Whitfield
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Whitfield
- Overview About Whitfield Map Street View Whitfield is a village in Northumberland located close to the River West Allen Whitfield is a village in the county of Northumberland, England about ...
Low Ramshaw
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Low Ramshaw
- Low Ramshaw is a farm/hamlet in Northumberland, located just over 2 miles south of Haltwhistle. It is in a remote location below Ramshaw Fell on Plenmeller Common. Historically Low Ramshaw ...
High Ramshaw
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High Ramshaw
Bearsbridge
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Bearsbridge
- Overview Map Street View Bearsbridge is a village in Northumberland located by the River West Allen, near Cupola Bridge of 1778. It is close to Whitfield.
Whitfield Parish, 1848
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Whitfield Parish, 1848
- WHITFIELD, a parish, in the union of Haltwhistle, W. division of Tindale ward, S. division of Northumberland, 15 miles (W.S.W.) from Hexham; containing 333 inhabitants. This place was for six ...
Plenmeller
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Plenmeller
- Overview About Plenmeller Map Street View Plenmeller (aka Plainmellor) is a settlement near the north banks of the River South Tyne, south of Haltwistle. Today it is part of the ...
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Local History Plenmeller with Whitfield
- "Plenmeller with Whitfield parish lies in south Northumberland, in the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, on the boundary with Cumbria. Much of the parish is a high moorland ...

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Ouston, West Allen Dale
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Ouston, West Allen Dale
- Ouston is a hamlet in West Allen Dale in Northumberland. It is within the civil parish of Plenmeller with Whitfield. There was a village at Ouston, first recorded in 1279, but it ...

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