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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Hartburn Civil Parish


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Hartburn Civil Parish, Northumberland, from the the National Heritage List for England[1]. Use the Search (below) if looking for a specific building / monument.

Structure List No. Grade Built~ Notes
5, High Angerton 1153513 II    
Anderson Headstone 9m South-East of St Andrew's Church Porch 1042106 II    
Angerton Hall and Attached Wall to North-East 1371034 II 1842 High Angerton. By John Dobson
Atkinson Headstone 12m East of St Andrew's Church Porch 1042107 II    
Badley and Brown Headstones 12m South of St Andrew's Church 1371048 II    
Bell Headstone 12m South-West of St Andrew's Church Porch 1042108 II    
Bridge on Track from Low Angerton to Howlet Hall 1042084 II    
Chicken Headstone 19m South of Chancel of St Andrew's Church 1371009 II    
Church of St Andrew 1371047  I C11th Hartburn
Clark and Tate Headstones 7m South of Chancel of St Andrew's Church 1042109 II    
Dairy Parlour to East of No 5 1390706 II    
Dodds Headstone 9m South-East of St Andrew's Church Porch 1042110 II    
Evans Headstone 16m South of St Andrew's Church Porch 1371010 II    
Farmbuildings to West of Marlish Farmhouse 1153525 II    
Footbridge over Small Stream 15 Metres East of B6343 1371033 II    
Forrester Headstone 15m South-East of St Andrews Church Porch 1042111 II    
Garden Walls and Attached Structures North-East of Angerton Hall 1042082 II    
Garden Walls, Gateway and Steps, South of Angerton Hall 1042080 II    
Gate Lodge to Angerton Hall 1153501 II    
Grotto on South Bank of Hart Burn 1042079 II 1760 Hartburn
Grove Headstone 22m South of Chancel of St Andrew's Church 1371011 II    
Ha-Ha Wall 25 Metres South of Angerton Hall 1042081 II    
Hanlon and Hepple Headstones 12m East of St Andrew's Church 1153357 II    
Harle Headstone 8.5m South-East of St Andrew's Church Porch 1042112 II    
Hartburn Bridge, over the Hart Burn 1042105 II C18th Hartburn
Hartburn War Memorial 1042078 II 1921 Hartburn
Hedley, Spearman and Bushby Memorials 8m South of St Andrew's Church 1153358 II    
Heppel Headstone and Neighbour C.5m Se of St Andrew's Church 1042113 II    
High Angerton Farmhouse 1042083 II    
Hindmarsh and Metcalfe Headstones East of St Andrew's Church Porch 1042114 II    
Hodgson Memorial 3m East of Church of St Andrew 1042115 II    
Hogg Headstone 10m South of St Andrew's Church Porch 1304311 II    
Joseph Hepple Headstone C.5m East of Church Porch 1153370 II    
Lodge at Entrance to Meldon Park 1042085 II    
Low Angerton Bridges over River Wansbeck 1153516 II    
Low Angerton Farmhouse and Outbuildings to East 1371037 II    
Needlesshallmoor Farmhouse 1153532 II    
Nicholson Headstone 3m West of St Andrew's Church Porch 1042116 II    
Nicholson Headstone 6m West of St Andrew's Church Porch 1304312 II    
Old Schoolhouse 1042077  II* 1762 Hartburn
Old Vicarage 1371032 II    
Pair of Gibson Headstones C.6m South-East of St Andrew's Church Porch 1304338 II    
Piers and Screen Walls at Entrance to Angerton Hall 1371036 II    
Piers and Screen Walls at Entrance to Meldon Park 1153528 II    
Pumphouse in the Park 300 Metres South of Angerton Hall 1153506 II    
Redshaw Headstone 16m East of St Andrew's Church Porch 1042117 II    
Robinson Headstone 16m South of St Andrew's Church Porch 1153386 II    
Robson Headstone 8m South-East of St Andrew's Church Porch 1042118 II    
Snowdon Headstone 18m South of St Andrew's Church Porch 1153390 II    
Stable Block at Meldon Park and Wall to South 1371038  II*    
Summerhouse, 70 Metres East of Angerton Hall 1371035 II    
Sundial 3m East of South Gate of Churchyard of St Andrew 1042119 II    
Thornton Headstone 5m South of Chancel of St Andrew's Church 1304316 II    
Thornton House 1304261 II    
Tower Adjacent to Eastern House 1042087 II    
Wall and Cistern to West of Meldon Park Stable Block 1042086 II    
Winship Monuments 5m South of Chancel of St Andrew's Church 1042120 II    
Yallowly Headstone 3m South-East of St Andrew's Church Chancel 1304320 II    
Bastle 40m north east of Low Angerton 1016710 n/a   Scheduled Monument

Primary source: the National Heritage List for England - NHLE is the register of nationally protected historic buildings and sites in England, including listed buildings, scheduled monuments, protected wrecks, registered parks and gardens, and battlefields. The list is maintained by Historic England. Check NHLE for updates and new entries.
Secondary sources: British Listed Buildings and Keys to the Past.

Church of St. Andrew, Hartburn
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Church of St. Andrew, Hartburn
Old School House, Hartburn
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Old School House, Hartburn
- Overview Map Street View The Old School House in Hartburn was built in 1762 by Dr. John Sharpe, vicar of Hartburn. It was also used as the 'Parish Stable' (hearse house).[1] Now ...
Hartburn Bridge
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Hartburn Bridge
- Overview Map Street View The stone bridge over the Hart Burn between Hartburn and Meldon Park was built in the 18th century. It was widened in 1850 and now carries ...
Hartburn Grotto
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Hartburn Grotto
War Memorial, Hartburn
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War Memorial, Hartburn
- Overview Map Street View The war memorial at Hartburn is located on a small triangular green in the centre of the village. It paid for by Mr and Mrs Straker ...
Angerton Hall
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Angerton Hall

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