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Monkridge, Northumberland


Monkridge is a distribured farming community in Northumberland. Monkride Farm is located about 1½ miles south-east of Otterburn, and situated close to the confluence of Elsdon Burn and Raylees Burn. In the past, the wider area was Monkridge Ward, a township in the ancient parish of Elsdon. Relative to Monkridge Farm, Monkridge Hall (built c.1774) is located just over ½ a mile to the north-west, and Monkridge Hill Farm is about 1½ miles to the south-west, by the River Rede. Today, Monkridge forms part of Elsdon Civil Parish.

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Monkridge

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Monkridge Farmhouse

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Farm Cottages at Monkridge Farm

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Monkridge Hall

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Monkridge farmstead

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Raylees Burn near Monkridge

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Monkridge Hill

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Elsdon Burn
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Elsdon Burn
- Elsdon Burn is a small river in Northumberland, which is a tributary of the River Rede, which itself flows into the River North Tyne.
Raylees Burn
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Raylees Burn
- Raylees Burn is a small river in Northumberland, which gives it's name to the village of Raylees. Raylees Burn joins Elsdon Burn just west of Monkridge, shortly before it's confluence ...
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MONKRIDGE HALL - List Entry
- "House. c.1774 for Gabriel Hall, extended to rear slightly later. Ashlar with Welsh slate roof. Double-span roof. Two storeys, 5 bays. Central C20 door in architrave. Blank recess over ...

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