Local History: Hutton Magna

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    "Hutton Magna lies in the south of Durham to the south-east of Barnard Castle. It was in fact in North Yorkshire until 1974. It sits in a wide rolling landscape of lush farmland. The village itself is a single street of low stone cottages. The village of Hutton was first recorded in the Domesday book in AD1086. The name probably comes from the Old English for 'farm on a hill". The word 'magna' comes from the Latin for large. This distinguishes the village from the hamlet of Little Hutton, a short distance to the east. The remains of some medieval settlement can be seen to the south of the church....."
  • Owner

    Keys to the Past (Durham & Northumbria County Councils)
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    Link: http://www.keystothepast.info/article/10339/Site-Details?PRN=D6841
    Resource type: Text/Website
    Added by: Simon Cotterill
    Last modified: 1 year, 9 months ago
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