Northumbrian Jacobite Society

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    "....The Society was founded in October 2000 to promote interest in the Northumbrian Jacobites, principally those who took part in the Rising of 1715 (The 'Fifteen), led by James Radcliffe, 3rd Earl of Derwentwater, his brother the Hon. Charles Radcliffe, William, 4th Baron Widdrington, and Thomas Forster, MP. A particular aim of the Society is to generate a wider awareness of the historic buildings of Dilston Castle and Chapel, and other Jacobite memorials in the North-east of England. In so far as it is able, the Society will co-operate with like-minded organisations to help preserve these buildings and monuments. A further goal of the Society is to see a Heritage and Study Centre established at Dilston, which would naturally include subjects of Jacobite history and interest...."
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    Northumbrian Jacobite Society
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    Added by: Simon Cotterill
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