Richard Grainger (1797–1861)


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Richard Grainger and his children and servants lived here 1842 -1861 36 Clayton Street West, Newcastle

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Richard Grainger 1797 - 1861, site of his offices, 28 Clayton Street West and the place where he died

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Memorial to Richard Grainger in Grainger Town
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Grainger Market
- Overview Map Street View The Grainger Market was opened on the 24th October 1835, and was originally divided into a butchers’ market and separate vegetable market. John Dobson was the ...
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Richard Grainger’s vision for Grey Street, Newcastle
- Article by Sarah Richardson

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St James' Church, Benwell, Newcastle

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St James’ Graveyard, Benwell
- Overview Map The graveyard at St James’ Church in Benwell was consecrated in 1832. The graveyard was extended in 1858 because of the large number of burials, many from the ...

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