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Newstead, Northumberland


Newstead is a hamlet in Northumberland, located about 1½ miles south-west of the village of Newham and 4½ miles south-east of Belford. Newstead is thought to be a shrunken settlement and possible location of the medieval village of Osberwick.[1] Newstead was part of the township of Newham in the ancient parish of Bambrough. It now forms part of the Civil Parish of Adderstone with Lucker.

Northumberland Newham, (Belford) Adderstone with Lucker Civil Parish
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Newstead

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Farm steading at Newstead

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Approaching Newstead

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Road sign at Newstead

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Ruined cottage at Newstead

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Newstead

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Osberwick shrunken settlement
- "Osberwick, or Newstead, settlement is documented from 1279 through to the 19th century. In the early 19th century the village was reorganised and smallholdings were allotted to cottagers. A plan ...

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