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Throphill


Throphill is a farm/hamlet in Northumberland, located off the B6343 road, about 4 miles west of Morpeth. There is a farm, Throphill Grange (now including a B&B) and a few cottages. Throphill is the site of a deserted medieval village.[1] In the 19th century Throphill was a township in the ancient parish of Mitford. Today, Throphill forms part of Meldon Civil Parish.

Northumberland Meldon Civil Parish Deserted Medieval Village Throphill Township, 1848
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Cottages at Throphill

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Restoration work at Throphill Farm

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Throphill

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Cottage, Throphill

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Barns at Threepwood

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Throphill Township, 1848
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Throphill Township, 1848
- THROPPLE, a township, in the parish of Mitford, union, and W. division of the ward, of Morpeth, N. division of Northumberland, 4 miles (W.) from Morpeth; containing 59 inhabitants. This ...
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Throphill (Meldon)
- "This is the deserted medieval village of Throphill. The village was first recorded in the medieval period. All that survives now is an area of ridge and furrow and some ...

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