Wallsend, The Green, Cross House

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    School, now private residence. 1748 gift to village by Isabel Stewart, daughter of James Moncaster of Newcastle and Wallsend; 1819, porch restored c1980. Rendered; rubble rear with ashlar quoins; pantiled roof. Two storeys. One-storey entrance porch. Renewed door. Sash windows. Roof has low gable parapet and a rendered chimney. Dame Eleanor Allan (founder of Dame Allan's school in 1705 which still exists) tuaght for short period in this house, before founding the school. In 1748 the house was officially donated to become the village school....
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    Link: https://sitelines.newcastle.gov.uk/SMR/7365
    Resource type: Text/Website
    Added by: Simon Cotterill
    Last modified: 3 weeks ago
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