St Mary's Chapel, Jesmond


Pilgrim Street in Newcastle is so named because of the many pilgrims traveling that way to St Mary's Chapel in Jesmond; "THERE was an Inn in this Street, which the Pilgrims in their Journey were wont to call at, which occasioned their constant coming up this Street, and so it got it's Name of Pilgrim-street, as the Inn did that of the Pilgrims Inn."
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037682:St. Mary's Chapel Reid Park Road Jesmond City Engineers 1978

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003580:St. Mary's Chapel Reid Park Road Jesmond Unknown 1903

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St Mary's Chapel, Jesmond

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St Mary's Chapel, Jesmond

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St Mary's Chapel Heritage Plaque

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Chapel

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Hidden Chapel 002

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Hidden Chapel 003

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St. Marys Chapel

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The ruins of St Marys Chapel

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St Mary's Chapel, Jesmond - List entry
- "....The monument includes the remains of St Mary's Chapel, located above a tributary dene to Jesmond Dene in the Jesmond Grove area of Jesmond. It was a medieval place ...

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Tyne and Wear HER(145): Jesmond, Chapel of St. Mary
- "The chapel, which fell within the parochial chapelry of St. Andrew, Newcastle, is first mentioned in 1272 and was a place of pilgrimage in the Middle Ages. It was dissolved ...

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Hidden Chapel

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St. Mary's Chapel (Jesmond) Alcove

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