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  1. Home » Woodlands For Sale » Northern England » Waysend Wood. Waysend Wood, Widdrington, Northumberland. Mature broadleaf woodland at the end of a private track about 20 minutes north of Morpeth. 3.32 acres freehold for £32,500 [#A1399] Summary.

  2. Widdrington (Holy Trinity) Churchyard, Widdrington, Northumberland, England, United Kingdom. Records:. Images:. Cemetery page showing maps, records, and images of headstones in the Widdrington (Holy Trinity) Churchyard, Widdrington, Northumberland, England, United Kingdom | BillionGraves Cemetery and Images. Get the BillionGraves app now and help collect images for this …

  3. Widdrington Station and Stobswood är en civil parish ett distrikt i Storbritannien. [1] Det ligger i grevskapet Northumberland och riksdelen England, i den centrala delen av landet, 400 km norr om huvudstaden London.Parish har 2 767 invånare (2011). [2]Stobswood är ett bebyggt område omkring 300 meter nordväst om Widdrington Station.. Klimatet i området är tempererat.

  4. Widdrington, Northumberland Click on the map for other historical maps of this place. In 1870-72, John Marius Wilson's Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales described Widdrington like this: WIDDRINGTON, a parish in Morpeth district, Northumberland; adjacent to the Northeastern railway, 7½ miles NE by N of Morpeth. It contains W. village and ...

  5. Parish History [edit | edit source]. WIDDRINGTON, a parochial chapelry in the union, and E. division of the ward, of Morpeth, N. division of Northumberland, 8 miles (N. E. by N.) from Morpeth. The chapel had parochial limits so early as 1307. There is a place of worship for Presbyterians.. Additional information: Widdrington Holy Trinity Parish was created in 1766 from a former chapelry in ...

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  7. Roger de Widdrington was born in 1306, in Widdrington, Northumberland, England, to John de Widdrington and Christiana Christian Swinburne de Widdrington. Roger married Elizabeth de Widdrington on September 23 1334, at age 28 in New-Castle-Upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England.

  8. ( Tiefort Castle )Mentioned once in 1216, site but thought to be in Northumberland. Possibly another name for a known castle. Jackson writes Styford, Tweedmouth and Tynemouth have been suggested. Back to Images. Widdrington:- NZ 255958/Traces/Access Site of a medieval fortified manor house and castle with later additions, demolished after 1772 ...

  9.  · Widdrington is a village located approximately 5.8 miles (9.3 km) north east of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland. The local parish church is Grade I listed and dates to the Norman era ...

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  11.  · History of Railways in Northumberland This refers to the pre-1974 boundaries of Northumberland, after which North Tyneside Council became an independent local authority. Newcastle upon Tyne has been independent since the 1400s. Islandshire, Norhamshire and Bedlingtonshire were enclaves of Durham until 1844.

  12. Is this your ancestor? Explore genealogy for Mary (Widdrington) Howard born abt. 1610 Widdrington, Northumberland, England died 1680 Wetheral, Cumberland, England including research + descendants + more in the free family tree community.

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  14. Son of Frank Walter and Minnie Evelyn Gunn, of Widdrington, Northumberland, England. Buried Wulverghem-Lindenhoek Road Military Cemetery, Belgium. John W. Hall: 17194 Private John William Hall, "D" Coy 2nd Bn. Northumberland Fusiliers, Killed in Action 4 th October 1915 aged 33. Son of John and Jane Ann Hall, of 3, Palmer Terrace, Ferneybeds ...

  15. Publicity: Select Map or Satellite of Widdrington in the región or District Northumberland in the plane Move the map with your mouse from your computer See photos and landscapes of Widdrington With the arrows at the top left corner, you can use the mouse to zoom the Widdrington map plane.

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  17. Sir. Gerard de Widdrington, Knight b. Abt 1177 of Widdrington, Morpeth, Northumberland, England d. Aft 1271: Our Family Histories

  18. Northumberlandia, the Lady of the North. The country park and landscape sculpture is open from dawn til dusk each day. The Visitor Centre, Cafe and Toilets are now open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m until Monday 3 September.

  19. William Widdrington, 1st Baron Widdrington (11 July 1610 – 3 September 1651) was an English landowner and politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1640 to 1642 and was created a peer in 1643. He fought in the Royalist army in the English Civil War and was killed in battle in 1651.

  20. WIDDRINGTON, Sir John (1371-1444), of Widdrington and Shotton, Northumb. ... 2nd s. and h. of Roger Widdrington (d. 13 Apr. 1372) of Widdrington and Shotton by his 2nd w. Agnes ... Sir Adam Swinburne. Roger's growing influence is reflected in his career, for after serving a term as sheriff of Northumberland, in 1361, he later went on to ...

  21. Sir. John de Widdrington, Knight b. 1346 Widdrington, Morpeth, Northumberland, England d. Bef 1372: Our Family Histories

  22. Widdrington is a village located around eight miles north east of Morpeth, an ideal place for exploring the county of Northumberland in an area wonderful for walkers, cyclists and -watchers. The local parish church is Grade I listed and dates to the Norman era, commanded by elevated ruins of the 18th century Widdrington Castle.

  23. Widdrington Station and Stobswood is a civil parish in the county of Northumberland, England. It has 2,767 residents (as at 2011) and is 5.8 miles (9.3 km) NNE of Morpeth. It includes the settlements of Widdrington Station and Stobswood

  24. The remains of Widdrington Castle and the 18th century Gothic castle survive below ground and as visible earthworks and will contain significant archaeological deposits. The continued use of the site from the 14th to 19th centuries will provide information on the development and evolution of high status residences in Northumberland where few ...

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  26. An end of terraced house located in the Northumberland village of Widdrington, accommodation briefly comprises, entrance hall, cloakroom/wc, fitted kitchen with integrated oven and hob, lounge with patio doors to the rear garden.To the first floor are two bedrooms and a white suite bathroom/wc,...

  27. Holy Trinity is a Church of England church in Widdrington, Northumberland. We are a fellowship of believers, made in God's image and called as disciples of Christ to share the Good News with everyone through learning, listening, praying and working together actively to reach out to our communities.

  28. Widdrington's ancestors settled in Northumberland by the twelfth century, when they first acquired the estate from which they took their name. By the Tudor period they constituted one of the county's most prominent families.

  29. Widdrington is a village, township and parish in southeast Northumberland. It lies 10 kilometres (6 miles) north east of Morpeth. Although now a parish in its own right Widdrington was originally a chapelry of the parish of Woodhorn.

  30. Widdrington, a village, a township, and an ecclesiastical parish in Northumberland, and a station on the N.E.R., 7½ miles NE by N of Morpeth. The township contains Druridge and Linton hamlets, has a post, money order, and telegraph office under Acklington, and a railway station, and gave the title of Baron in the time of Charles I. to the ...