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Reference NRO 452
Covering dates 1565 - 20th century
Held by Northumberland Record Office
Creators Crewe, Nathanial, 1633-1721, 3rd Baron Crewe, Bishop of Durham

Administrative history:
Nathaniel, third Baron Crewe and Bishop of Durham, was born on 31 January 1633 at Steane, Northamtonshire, the fourth of six sons of John Crewe, a Presbyterian Commonwealth MP, who nevertheless worked for the restoration of Charles II and was subsequently created 1st Baron Crewe of Steane. His mother was Jemima Waldegrave of Lawford, Essex. Nathaniel was a delicate child, brought up in Northamptonshire and London and sent to school at Cheynies in Buckinghamshire, before in September 1652 he and his brother Samuel entered Lincoln College, Oxford, as commoners. This was the beginning of a distinguished scholarly and ecclesiastical career, and of a long attachment to the University of Oxford, which later bore fruit in the bequests of his last will and testament as the charitable trust of Nathaniel Crewe, Bishop of Durham.
His career was a lengthy and somewhat chequered one, beginning with a swift rise in his own college and university. At 23, a Bachelor of Arts of only three months' standing, he was elected a fellow of Lincoln College, and 6 months later a moderator in logic and philosophy, presiding over the disputations of undergraduates and BA's. In 1658 he became senior inceptor in arts, and in 1659 sub rector of his college at the age of 26. In the eyes of his contemporaries, he was ideally fitted for the position - handsome, intelligent and very wealthy, able to entertain his colleagues liberally and to endow his college with considerable generosity. Crewe was, however, already earning a reputation as a timeserver and turncoat as the period of the Commonwealth drew to a close. From a strong Presbyterian like his father he became a convinced royalist and high church Anglican, who is said to have shaved off a beard and dropped a so called 'Scottish' habit' of preacher's gown to attend the college chapel in a cassock and surplice of Anglican style.
Crewe first met the newly crowned Charles II when the King visited Oxford in September 1663, and made an immediate favourable impression, as proctor, with a witty speech of welcome, spoken in Latin. This was the beginning of a successful court career. In November 1666 Crewe became one of the King's chaplains in ordinary, and later deputy clerk of the closet, while in 1668 he was chosen Lent preacher at court. He began to spend a good deal of time at court, where his accomplishments, attractive personality and high church attitudes made him readily acceptable to the King, his Roman Catholic queen and his brother, the future James II. While in London, Crewe became acquainted with the diarist Samuel Pepys, who had been a friend of his father's, and who noted him down in his journal as 'a very fine sober gentleman'. Others were less polite; one man called him 'the spawn of a puritan turned papist', for he was already friendly with the future James II, at this date a secret Roman Catholic, and this was rapidly bringing him a number of enemies.
In August 1668 Crewe became rector of Lincoln College; his rectorship was strong, generous and successful, in spite of his relative youth, and his hospitality to his colleagues and others was extensive, as was his endowment of his college. He was offered the vicechancellorship of the University but declined it; his ambitions were elsewhere, and in 1671, while remaining rector of Lincoln, he became bishop of Oxford at the age of only 37. The see was not a large or wealthy one, but it was a first step on the way to advancement. Then, in 1672, the future James II finally cut his ties with the Church of England; Crewe stood by him through a difficult period and in 1673 officiated at the second, Anglican marriage ceremony of James with the Catholic Mary of Modena. The friendship between the two was now firm, and so it was to James that Crewe applied in 1672 when the bishopric of Durham fell vacant on the death of Bishop Cosin, James used his influence on his brother the king, and in 1674 Crewe was confirmed as the new bishop of Durham.
The diocese of Durham in 1674 included the whole of Durham and Northumberland, a widely spreading and thinly populated area containing 80 cures of souls, where communications were difficult and slow and travel still highly dangerous. Newcastle was by far the largest town in the diocese, with under 18,000 inhabitants, compared with Gateshead's 7,000. The see was, however, one of the richest in England, as the bishop still retained palatinate jurisdiction in parts of Northumberland (Bedlingtonshire, Norham and Islandshire) in Durham and parts of North Yorkshire, and had extensive interests in the flourishing coalmining undertaking throughout the palatinate. By contrast, church life in the area was in a depressed state, with preachings and catechizing neglected, and Holy Communion generally celebrated no more than 3 to 4 times a year.
Crewe could not be said to have undertaken any great reforms in the diocese during his term of office, although he was well disposed to those of his clergy who did attempt them and did his duty as a bishop in accordance with his lights. After his first visit to the diocese as bishop and Lord Lieutenant in 1675, which was accompanied with great pomp and splendour - as well as with a very well received tour through Sunderland on foot; an early political meet the people walkabout? - Crewe held a visitation of all parishes in Durham and Northumberland in 1676, preaching at Newcastle and stopping at Alnwick and Berwick. He stayed 4 days in Berwick, where the mayor and aldermen left him at the church door, as they were Presbyterians. After this, although Crewe invariably spent the winter, and often most of the year, in the south of England, he visited his diocese every year for the next 40 years, holding annual confirmations and 3 yearly visitations until his health broke down in 1716. Although today such conduct would seem impossible, his contemporaries regarded his attendance to duty as better than most.
In the meantime, his career as courtier underwent a series of reversals. At the time of the so called Popish Plot against King Charles, the Duke of York and his friends went through an unfavourable period and it was at this point that Crewe refused the highest preferment to the archbishopric of Canterbury, though he would later joke that he had lost it because of his father's prayers: John Crewe, still a staunch Presbyterian prayed for his son's ambition and superstitions to die in him. In 1685 James II succeeded his brother as King, and Crewe's fortunes took an upward turn; but he suffered a disastrous setback in 1688 when the Catholic King was forced to flee abroad for a year until things had blown over a little, although returning in 1689 to take the oaths of allegiance and take up his office again. From then on, however, his career was past its peak, and he never fully regained royal favour.
Perhaps because of the failure of his court career, Crewe at long last turned his mind to marriage. He had at first courted Dorothy Forster of Bamburgh, but her parents felt her to be too young for him; so he married in 1691 Penelope Tynte, widow of Sir Hugh Tynte, of Kent. We know little about the marriage, but in 1699 Lady Crewe died at the age of 44, two years after Crewe had succeeded his elder brother, Thomas, as 3rd Baron Crewe.
The following year, in July 1700, Crewe at last married Dorothy Forster, now aged 27; Crewe himself was 67, but there seems no doubt that this was a lovematch, and the bishop was inconsolable when his wife died. Dorothy was the youngest daughter of Sir William Forster of Bamburgh Castle and Dorothy, daughter of Sir William Selby of Twizell. She was fair, blue eyed and charming, known as 'pretty Dolly Forster', and through her the bishop acquired the property in Northumberland and Durham which in his will was devoted entirely to charitable purposes. She did not bring it as a dowry, since the family were deep in financial trouble when she married Crewe. But her husband by 1709 bought up from his relatives by marriage the manor and castle of Bamburgh, the townships of Shoreston and North Sunderland, Bamburgh Friars farm, Bamburgh cell and tithes, Fleetham, the manor of Blanchland, the rectory of Shotley, the manor of Thornton, houses at Alnwick, Edmondhills and Durham property, and extensive mineral and fishing rights, to an annual value at that date of £1,314. The purchases cost the bishop a total of £20,697, and he then proceeded to begin the restoration of Bamburgh Castle.
In 1715 the north of the country was shaken by the first Jacobite rising; a prominent figure was Thomas Forster of Adderstone, Dorothy's nephew, and the news that a warrant had been issued for his arrest proved fatal to her. She fell into convulsions and died in October 1716. She was buried, like the bishop's first wife, at Steane. Crewe's health was already failing and he spent hours sitting alone beside Dorothy's grave. Eventually, on 18 September 1721, he died at Steane, aged 88. As he had no children by either of his marriages, the peerage died with him.
Contemporary estimations of Crewe's character, both during his lifetime and at his death, varied from high praise to contempt, and the judgement of history is similarly divided. The Dictionary of National Biography for example, views Crewe with great distaste, while C E Whiting's book on Crewe holds a more balanced and charitable view. Even so, he is perhaps more famous now for what he set out in his will than for anything he did in his lifetime. In this will, dated 24 June 1720, Crewe left all the property in Northumberland and Durham which he had acquired from his wife's family in trust to five men: Dr John Montagu, his nephew, and dean of Durham, Dr Morley, the rector of Lincoln College, Dr Lupton, his friend, and prebendary of Durham, Dr Eden, his chaplain and a prebendary, and Dr John Dolben, another prebendary. From the revenues of this property the trustees were bound to make the following annual payments: £20 for up to 8 years each, to 12 exhibitioners of Lincoln College; an increase in their endowments to £10 for 8 poor scholars and the bible clerk at the college; £20 to the rector, and £10 to each of the college fellows. The minister of Bamburgh and of St Andrew's, Bishop Auckland were to receive £40 annually, and 12 poor livings, the so called privileged livings, £10 each. In addition to some educational payments, in Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, and Leicestershire, Crewe left £100 annually to the mayor and aldermen of Durham for charitable uses, £20 pa to the Bishop Auckland schoolmaster, with £30 for clothing poor boys. £200 annually was to be paid to the University of Oxford, to be laid out according to the wishes of the Vice Chancellor; the traditional Creweian oration and Creweian tea of strawberries and champagne, given by the vicechancellor every Encaenia, persists up to the present time. When any of the trustees died, the survivors were within three months to elect a successor, who had to be a clergyman; the trustees were to be no more than five until this was amended by the nineteenth century schemes - and one was always to be the rector of Lincoln College. In addition - and most curcially for the later development of the charity in Northumberland and Durham - any surplus revenue from the former Forster estates was not to be used to increase any of the benefactions made to Lincoln College, Oxford University or the City of Durham, but for such other charitable uses as the trustees at that time should themselves decide.
From Crewe's death, and the start of the trust, meticulous and detailed records were kept by the trustees and their agents, and these reflect the progress of the charity from 1721 up to the present day in a full series of order or minute books, accounts and other papers, the vast bulk of which survived in the Chapter Office at Durham, since from the 18th century it was customary for the Durham Chapter clerk to be clerk also to Lord Crewe's trustees; this is still the position. The order books and some later records remain in Durham, but the majority of papers relating to the charity are now deposited in the Northumberland Record Office. They make up a fascinating, and quite possibly unique, series of charity records giving a clear insight into the complex inner workings of a trust over a period of 250 years.
For an initial period after the bishop's death there seems to have been some confusion, as the executors attempted to wind up the estate and the trustees settled on a workable method of administering their property and income. To begin with, they simply used the bishop's own agents in Bamburgh and in Blanchland, in 1721 the Greys, who accounted for the rents they received and estate expenditure made to a central, Durham based official, Thomas Rudd. Auditors and receivers constantly examined the various accounts, and the individual trustees and Rudd kept their own accounts of the various bequests which each paid, apparently fairly indiscriminately. The income at this point, about £1,300 pa, was sufficient to cover the Oxford and Durham trust payments and the estate and administrative outgoings, but no surplus is visible.
In 1734 the trustees and executors settled accounts with each other and drew up a scheme for the future accounting of the trust. From then on the administrative structure of the charity remains basically settled into the present century. As now, a central receiver and treasurer', later called treasurer, treasurer and secretary, or clerk, a paid officer of the trust, usually a chapter official as well, was based in Durham and there co-ordinated the accounts of the Bamburgh and Blanchland agents, and the payments to Oxford, Durham and elsewhere reporting directly to the trustees at their generally twice yearly meetings in Durham, Bamburgh Castle or Blanchland. Richard Weatherell was receiver and treasurer until his death in 1773, he was succeeded by George Wood, who died in 1800, and for the next 25 years the trust employed Matthew Woodifield as receiver and treasurer - all three agents were able, devoted and longlived. In the early nineteenth century some changes were made, in consequence of the charity's development: instead of single overall agents at Blanchland and Bamburgh, directing bailiffs, subbailiffs and other employees (many of whose individual accounts also survive), the Bamburgh work was split into two: a 'castle agent' took over responsibility for the now flourishing Castle charities and their administration, and a land agent dealt solely with the estate administration, both accounting separately to the treasurer in Durham. The Rev Michael Maughan, formerly the Castle Librarian, was the first castle agent, although his clerical training seems not to have made him as perfect an accountant as the trustees desired. He left the complex, letter coded accounts largely to an underling, and occasionally this lead to irritated correspondence on both sides when an item was checked in Durham and counted incorrect.
Maughan died in 1829 and was succeeded as castle agent by Robert Smeddle, evidently an exceptionally able young man, since in 1832 the trustees allowed him to take in the land agents job in addition, at the extraordinarily high salary of £500 a year. Thus the old system came into operation again, and indeed continued unchanged up to the end of the 19th century. Then, when the castle and manor of Bamburgh were sold to Lord Armstrong, and a new scheme for the charity came into use, the Bamburgh agent became superfluous. At present both the clerk and overall land agent operate from the Chapter Office in Durham, and the trustees meet there twice yearly. But the order books, minutes and accounts are still kept in accordance with the trusts traditions, and the administration is basically the same as that of 1721, when legal business and banking were similarly entrusted to outside agents, but all else was firmly in the hands of the trustees, their agents and employees. Under the new 19th century schemes there are now seven trustees, the rector of Lincoln, two clergymen, appointed by the bishop of Durham, two by the bishop of Newcastle, and co-optative trustees, and the surplus is now split equally between the funds of the two dioceses, to be laid out on purposes - educational, health, the augmentation of stipends - close to those which Crewe himself had originally in mind.
Returning to the 18th century: Owing to the prudent and intelligent administration of the estates, the £1300 of 1731 quickly grew, to give a surplus which was too large to be absorbed simply by the relatively small grants of money constantly made to poor people who petitioned for relief, for payments for their childrens' education, for grants towards the rebuilding of a church, and so on. A series of petitions survives from 1743 to 1885, and it is clear that the trustees gave sympathetic and generous consideration to many inside and outside the diocese, even to some who to modern eyes appear obvious professional petitioners. Gradually, however, the accumulated surplus income became so great that a pressing need existed for the trustees to settle on a long term plan for its disposition, as they were obliged under the terms of Crewe's will.
They, and indeed Northumberland, were fortunate that at that time a principal trustee was Dr John Sharp, archdeacon of Northumberland. Sharp became a trustee in 1758 in the place of his father, Thomas Sharp, who had been the youngest ever Archdeacon of Northumberland, and himself son of John Sharp, Archbishop of York. Thomas Sharp and his son were devoted churchmen who worked tirelessly in their parishes and diocese; Thomas is remembered in Rothbury for the so called 'Sharps Folly' built in the grounds of the rectory during his incumbency to give employment to out of work masons. John Sharp was Vicar of Hartburn from 1749 and Archdeacon of Northumberland from 1762; he succeeded his brother as perpetual curate of Bamburgh in 1773. It was he who conceived the idea of disposing of the surplus income of the trust, in the extensive charities based in Bamburgh castle which flourished into the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and his correspondence and note books survive among the trust records to show the development of his ideas. First of all Sharp fitted up Bamburgh Castle as a residence, where he, and after his death, all the trustees kept a period of residence. Sharp supervised personally the renewal and preservation of the square and circular towers and other buildings along the SE front, the curtain walls, battlements, ramparts and gatetower, and the erection of a battery platform towards the sea. He also paid for a good deal of the work himself, later endowing a fund with property in order to provide money for maintenance of the fabric. From the outset of the work, Sharp was in Bamburgh administering a good deal of the new charities, keeping the early accounts himself and supervising the entire undertaking.
The earliest of the Bamburgh charities for which accounts survive is the corn charity. In the upper part of the square tower a large granary was opened. Corn, bought in the neighbourhood or supplied by trust tenants under the terms of their leases, was sold to the poor at a special low price, fixed according to average corn prices. To obtain the corn, poor people had to be recommended by a trustee, a local cleric or landowner, and were then given a ticket of entitlement. Their names were entered in a register, which gives their names and places of residence, occupation, number in family and circumstances. The corn charity began in 1766, and as it progressed included sales of barley, beans, pease, oats and rice. After Sharp's death in 1792, its supervision passed to the castle agent, who added to its accounts the Christmas distribution of beef and tallow to the poor. Besides ticketholders, trustees, their agents and employees could also buy at the reduced rates, which later lent support to the accusations of self interest and nest feathering which were directed at the mid 19th century trustees.
A subsidiary of the corn charity, started after Sharp's death, was the cheap shop. Such miscellaneous grocers goods as candles, blue pepper, starch, barley, rice, ginger, alum, pins and butter were sold at cost price from 1796 onwards. Another early charity extended to the poor was the infirmary. The 'surgery' as it was first called, was fitted up in 1772, with equipment all painstakingly noted by Sharp in his accounts. This included such varied items as 16 lancets, several pewter syringes, a work tub, a spring penknife, apothecaries measures and instruments brought from London, a sedan chair given by Sharp's brother William - perhaps an early ambulance - an oilskin apron for the bathroom, bellows to give artificial respiration to 'drown'd persons', and a mysterious 'electrical machine' costing £4-5s. Again, Sharp himself kept the accounts for some years until 1780, and after that certified them personally. Treatment was free on production of a certificate of recommendation, and this continued into the 1920s. During the 19thc at least, prescriptions of wine were frequent and generous, but later dispensing was more sober.
The Bamburgh Castle schools would have been particularly close to Lord Crewe's intentions. Both boys and girls were educated there at various periods from 1772, when the school first opened, but most records survive of the female school industry, from 1801. The girl boarders, who were frequently either orphans, without one parent, or very poor and who had to be recommended to the trustees, were given a sound elementary education, and also taught spinning, sewing, knitting, and other domestic arts to fit them for eventual employment. Their work was used to clothe themselves, but also sold to the trustees and their families as well as to a wider public in the district. From simply stocking making in the 1790s they expanded their range to include shirts, shorts and shawls and more exotic items such as doyleys and pantaloons. By the mid 19th century, however, greater stress was being placed on the schooling and less on the industry and girls were accepted as boarders until the sale of the castle in the 1890s. At the same time, too, the trustees maintained an active interest in many local schools, which they aided with financial grants and received reports on.
The frequency of shipwrecks along the coast was another problem which troubled Archdeacon Sharp, and which he attempted to remedy. He fitted the castle up with accommodation for up to 30 shipwrecked sailors, and fixed a canon on the tower in order to signal in the event of a wreck. The coast was patrolled nightly for a distance of 8 miles, and the weather conditions regularly noted in a journal kept by the boys' school master, a Mr Dial, except for the odd night when the Bamburgh bailiff writes in succinctly 'Dial dead drunk'. Washed up bodies were buried at the trustees' expenses in coffins made by their joiner, Bartholomew Younghusband. In addition, Sharp worked on the idea of a mammoth crane in the castle to winch vessels off the rocks. This was only one of the many other unrealised plans he had for the charitable expenditure of the Trusts and his own surplus revenue. A small notebook of his records these contrivances, as he calls them, which included such modern sounding ideas as a free bath house, and a threshing machine to be loaned out free to local farmers. Sharp's interests were not solely concentrated on the poor people in the area; he endowed the trust with his brothers' and father's libraries of books - the latter including many of the books of Sharp's grandfather, the archbishop of York - to be open to all local clerics, and enabled it to keep up the purchase of new books for the library. The collection was later removed from Bamburgh Castle and is now in Durham University Library.
After John Sharp's death in 1792, the trustees continued to administer the charity in the pattern set by this enlightened social reformer, another well known and able trustee was Archdeacon Thorpe. In the 19th century, however, the trust was not without its problems. It had to undergo a series of financial crises, the first, in the inflationed decade of the 19th century, being no doubt partly a consequence of the death of Sharp, and the loss of his enthusiasm, energy and generous endowments. By means of restricting and steamlining their expenditure the problems were overcome, but the midnineteenth century crisis was more drastic and more unpleasant. Although by 1850 the trusts, income was £9,000 pa. The trustees were accused of profiting from the trust, by appropriating goods intended for the poor for themselves and their families, using the Castle as a luxury holiday home where they would entertain lavishly - the incumbents of the 12 priviledged livings were also involved in this - and of carelessness in supervising the disposal of the funds, so that the trust was running into grave financial difficulties. There was a public enquiry in 1874, at which the trustees, though exonerated of any criminal behaviour, were censured for overuse of trust hospitality; and, in typically Victorian fashion, Sharp was criticised for initiating his schemes which were held to molly coddle the poor. Out of all this emerged the new schemes of the 1870's, cutting down the Bamburgh activities to a minimum, a process carried through in the 1896 scheme, after the sale of the castle and manor, and now the income was distributed through the diocesan funds - an income which has grown to proportions which would have made and Crewe gasp with disbelief. State provisions, such as free education, national health and other welfare facilities, have no doubt made this the only sensible policy, but the people in the Bamburgh area must have felt that they were enjoying all these facilities 100 or 200 years before the rest of us.
A full series of estate records, accounts, vouchers and correspondence gives us further insight into the trustees, not this time as charitable benefactors but as landowners and employers. As landowners their overall policy is admirable. The deeds, show families holding properties as tenants of the trustees for generations. The Greys of Shoreston, the Humbles at Bamburgh Friars, the Nicholsons at Thornton and even in inflationary periods such as the time of the Napoleonic Wars the trustees were prepared to cut the rents they had fixed when petitioned by tenants. On one occasion the Humbles barn and stock of hay burnt down in the 1780's, and the trustees granted them £100 ex gratia to be paid immediately. In the 19th century the trustees' willingness to undertake improvements to their property and extensive building programmes were marked: wash houses for example were added to all the Bamburgh cottages, at the same time as they were paying for extensive church restoring and building programmes. Dr Gilly, Vicar of Norham, writing in 1841 on the cottages of rural labourers in North Northumberland, used the new Crewe cottages at Thornton as model dwellings, which he illustrates and describes in some detail. They were always prepared, too, to consider more ambitious new schemes; one early example is their investigations into building a pier at North Sunderland in the 1780's. The Bamburgh agents records provide an amazing full view of the day to day estate business of the Northern section of the estates. Regrettably, the Blanchard agents papers have not survived so fully; though they contain such amusing sidelights as a dispute with an 18th century tenant of the Lord Crewe Arms in Blanchland over his reluctance to keep a room constantly free for one of the trustees, as he was required. By contract, there is a large number of papers concerned with the North Sunderland estate, administered under the Bamburgh agent: accounts for the harbour and the lime works, quantities of copyhold deeds, and bundles of estate correspondence and miscellaneous papers going into this century.

Contents:
Records of Lord Crewe's Charity



Accounts and vouchers relating to the estates of Nathaniel, 3rd Baron Crewe and Bishop of Durham, during his lifetime [1633 - 1721]. 1696-1756.  NRO 452/A  [n.d.]

Account book of rent receipts of Thomas Forster, steward, for the Bamburgh estates of William Forster, May 1693-June 1698; with accounts of corn receipts and payments, and labour disbursements  NRO 452/A/1  1729-33, 1756

Account book of James Peter of receipts and payments for Lord Crewe's Kent and Essex estates, January 1700-March 1716; Yorkshire estates, July 1700-September 1710; general disbursements  NRO 452/A/2  February 1699-July 1720

The Book of Receipts, accounts of annual rent receipts of Edward Grey, Bamburgh and Blanchland estates  NRO 452/A/3  May 1702 - May 1703

Similar to NRO 452/A/3  NRO 452/A/4  Whitsun 1710 - Martinmas 1712

Similar to NRO 452/A/3  NRO 452/A/5  Whitsun 1711 - Whitsun 1712

Similar to NRO 452/A/3  NRO 452/A/6  Whitsun 1712 - Whitsun 1713

My Lord's Steane Book, accounts of rent and other receipts and estate and household expenditure by George Cox and Ralph Trotter for Crewe's estate at Stene, Northants  NRO 452/A/7  October 1703-July 1709, November 1717 - October 1721

Annual accounts of payments for out rents, taxes and repairs, Bamburgh estate  NRO 452/A/8  Whitsun 1710 - Whitsun 1711

Similar account book, Bamburgh estate  NRO 452/A/9  Whitsun 1711 - Whitsun 1712

Similar account book, Bamburgh and Blanchland estates  NRO 452/A/10  Whitsun 1712 - Whitsun 1713

Similar account book, Bamburgh and Blanchland estates  NRO 452/A/11  Whitsun 1713 - Whitsun 1714

Similar account book, Bamburgh and Blanchland estates  NRO 452/A/12  Whitsun 1714 - Whitsun 1715

Similar account book, Bamburgh and Blanchland estates  NRO 452/A/13  Whitsun 1715 - Whitsun 1716

Similar account book, Bamburgh and Blanchland estates  NRO 452/A/14  Whitsun 1716 - Whitsun 1717

Similar account book, Bamburgh and Blanchland estates  NRO 452/A/15  Whitsun 1717 - Whitsun 1718

Account book of Mr.Grey's annual disbursements out of the Northumberland estates  NRO 452/A/16  Whitsun 1711 - Whitsun 1712

Account book of Mr.Grey's annual disbursements out of the Northumberland estates  NRO 452/A/17  Whitsun 1712 - Whitsun 1713

Account book of Mr.Grey's annual disbursements out of the Northumberland estates  NRO 452/A/18  Whitsun 1716 - Whitsun 1717

Account book of Mr.Grey's annual disbursements out of the Northumberland estates  NRO 452/A/19  Whitsun 1717 - Whitsun 1718

Account book of Mr.Grey's annual disbursements out of the Northumberland estates  NRO 452/A/20  Whitsun 1718 - Whitsun 1719

Mr. Trotter's Book, Newbold, accounts of Ralph Trotter of rent receipts from Crewe's Leicestershire estates, and payments at Newbold Verdon farm  NRO 452/A/21  November 1712-April 1721

Bundle of bills rendered to Lord Crewe, vouchers and accounts paid, mostly relating to maintenance of household and personal expenses at Durham  NRO 452/A/22  July 1696 - August 1719

Order or Minute Books  NRO 452/B.a  [n.d.]


Related information: The following books are noted on the original list of records noted as remaining at the Chapter Office, but not found in 1982 or 1983.
1. Order book, March 1798 - June 1843 Quarto (Fair copy).
2. Possibly an Order book, March 1723 - July 1884. Quarto. (Bouyer, Darnell) (Note 1985. The dates of this listed book look suspect and the names Bouyer and Darnell coincide with the new NRO 452/B.a./9 dated March 1723-December 1823)
3. Minute book No.3 - date. (Kept at the Chapter Office)
4. Order Books as to instructions to workmen, March 1797 - December 1854.

Signed Order Book  NRO 452/B.a/1  4 March 1723 - 1 October 1771

Folio.

Contents:
(Marked '1' on spine. No continuation?)

Signed Order Book  NRO 452/B.a/2  27 January 1817 - 2 July 1884

Folio

Contents:
(Vol.2 of the index books)

Signed Order Book, Vol 3  NRO 452/B.a/3  14 October 1884 - 26 April 1896


Related information: For index see NRO 452/B.a./26

Contents:
Folio not completely filled.

Lord Crewe's Charity Minute Book, signed, Vol.1  NRO 452/B.a/4  8 June 1896-27 October 1920

Signed Minute Book No.2  NRO 452/B.a/5  21 April 1921 - 22 October 1940

Folio.


Related information: (Minute Book No.3 April 1941 - date. At Chapter Office)

Contents:
(Index at front)

Copy Orders Book  NRO 452/B.a/6  (1727) - 13 August 1816

Quarto

Contents:
(Possibly Thomas Sharp's original book continued by John Sharp and used by Charles Thorp)

Copy Order book  NRO 452/B.a/7  22 January 1817 - 20 April 1854

Quarto.

Contents:
(Continuation of 6, used by Charles Thorp).

Copy Orders book  NRO 452/B.a/8  30 December 1854 - 26 April 1865

Quarto.

Contents:
(Used by Bland, book not completely filled).

Copy Order book  NRO 452/B.a/9  4 March 1723 - 3 December 1823

Folio.

Contents:
(Used by Bouyer, Darnell, Dixon Brown).

Copy Order book  NRO 452/B.a/10  3 September 1824 - 31 October 1860

Folio.

Contents:
(Darnell, Dixon Brown).

Copy Order Book  NRO 452/B.a/11  26 April 1861 - 15 February 1892

Contents:
Folio, book not completely filled. (Pattison)

Copy Order Book Vol.1  NRO 452/B.a/12  (1727) - 13 August 1816

Contents:
Fair copy of NRO 452/B.a./6 above. (Probably the Vol.1 referred to in the Index Books as the last entries to Vol.1 therein are 13 August 1816).

Copy Order Book Vol.2  NRO 452/B.a/13  22 January 1817 - 16 May 1866

Contents:
Folio, book not completely filled. (Bamburgh Castle).

Copy Order book  NRO 452/B.a/14  (1727) - 3 September 1797

Contents:
(Order book, March 1798 - June 1843; Quarto. On original checked list, not found in 1982 or 1983)

Copy Order Book  NRO 452/B.a/15  1 March 1844 - 24 October 1865

Contents:
Quarto, book not completely filled. (Dixon Clark)

Copy Order book  NRO 452/B.a/16  (1727) - 27 January 1823

Quarto.

Contents:
(Prosser)

Copy Orders book  NRO 452/B.a/17  15 February 1823 - 19 October 1875

Quarto.

Contents:
(Prosser, Liddell).

Copy Order book  NRO 452/B.a/18  26 April 1876 - 19 May 1892

Contents:
Quarto, book not completely filled.

Copy Order book  NRO 452/B.a/19  26 April 1861 - 26 October 1865

Contents:
Quarto, book not completely filled. (Darnell, Dixon Brown)

Index to Orders commencing  NRO 452/B.a/20  4 March 1723 - 22 April 1884

Quarto.

Index to Orders commencing  NRO 452/B.a/21  25 October 1864

Quarto.

Contents:
(Thorp Bland)

Index to Orders commencing  NRO 452/B.a/22  24 October 1865

Quarto.

Contents:
(Darnell, Dixon Brown).

Index to Orders commencing  NRO 452/B.a/23  16 May 1866

Quarto.

Contents:
(Liddell).

Index to Orders commencing  NRO 452/B.a/24  24 October 1865

Quarto.

Contents:
(Durell, Dixon Clark).

Index to Orders commencing  NRO 452/B.a/25  11 May 1866

Quarto.

Contents:
(Bamburgh Castle).

Index to Orders commencing  NRO 452/B.a/26  14 October 1884 - 21 September 1891

Quarto.

Contents:
Index to NRO 452/B.a./3 - above.

Index to Orders commencing  NRO 452/B.a/27  8 June 1896 - 27 October 1920

Quarto.

Contents:
Index to NRO 452/B.a./4 above.

Account Books  NRO 452/B.b  [n.d.]


Related information: The following account books are noted on the original list of records remaining at the Chapter Office, but not found in 1982 or 1983
Cash Book, Blanchland Estate December 1876-January 1884
Trustees' annual revenue and expenditure account book April 1891-February 1896
Estate book accounts October 1898-December 1903

Volume of annual accounts of executors and trustees of Lord Crewe, and of Thomas Rudd, receiver and treasurer, (to 1767) Richard Wetherall, receiver and treasurer, (1767-1773), George Wood, receiver (from 1773), George Turton (Bamburgh agent, from 1771), and John Robson (Blanchland agent, from 1773), including annual rentals from Blanchland and Bamburgh (1733-1778), Duplicate of NRO 452/C1/15.  NRO 452/B.b/1  1721-June 1779

Volume of annual accounts of executors and trustees of Lord Crewe, George Wood (to 1799), John Graham (1799-1801), Arthur Mowbray (Blanchland, from 1799), with some other accounts (1773-1779), Duplicate of NRO 452/C1/16,17.  NRO 452/B.b/2  June 1779-March 1801

Volume of annual accounts of executors and trustees of Lord Crewe, Matthew Woodifield, Duplicate of NRO 452/C1/18.  NRO 452/B.b/3  March 1801-February 1823

Volume of annual accounts of executors and trustees of Lord Crewe, Matthew Woodifield (to 1824), John Leybourne (from 1824), Thomas Fenwick (Blanchland, from 1825) Rev. Michael Maughan (Bamburgh Castle agent, 1825-1828), William Hamilton (Castle agent, 1828-1829), Robert Smeddle (Castle agent from 1829, Bamburgh land agent from 1832), Duplicate of NRO 452/C1/20.  NRO 452/B.b/4  July 1823-October 1835

Volume of annual accounts of executors and trustees of Lord Crewe, half-yearly, of Samuel Rowlandson, Robert Smeddle (Bamburgh agent) and Michael Harrison (Blanchland), Duplicate of C1/25.  NRO 452/B.b/5  October 1846-January 1855

Volume of annual accounts of executors and trustees of Lord Crewe, half-yearly, of Samuel Rowlandson (treasurer and secretary), Thomas Tuer (Bamburgh agent, to 1859) and Thomas Mason (Bamburgh agent, from 1859).  NRO 452/B.b/6  July 1855-January 1863

Duplicate of NRO 452/B.b/5  NRO 452/B.b/7  [n.d.]

Similar (general, revenue and expenditure, etc), of Samuel Rowlandson (treasurer and secretary), Duplicate of NRO 452/C1/26.  NRO 452/B.b/8  July 1863 - January 1866

Lord Crewe's Charity. Accounts for the year 1853, containing receipts and expenditure accounts, Thin folio.  NRO 452/B.b/9  1853

Similar to NRO 452/B.b/9  NRO 452/B.b/10  1854

Similar to NRO 452/B.b/9  NRO 452/B.b/11  1855

Similar to NRO 452/B.b/9  NRO 452/B.b/12  1856

Similar to NRO 452/B.b/9  NRO 452/B.b/13  1857

Similar to NRO 452/B.b/9  NRO 452/B.b/14  1858

Similar to NRO 452/B.b/9  NRO 452/B.b/15  1859

Similar to NRO 452/B.b/9  NRO 452/B.b/16  1860

Similar to NRO 452/B.b/9  NRO 452/B.b/17  1861

Similar to NRO 452/B.b/9  NRO 452/B.b/18  1862

Similar to NRO 452/B.b/9  NRO 452/B.b/19  1863

Similar to NRO 452/B.b/9  NRO 452/B.b/20  1864

Similar to NRO 452/B.b/9  NRO 452/B.b/21  1865

Account book of receipts and payments of Tower Fund; Enclosing a few papers.  NRO 452/B.b/22  November 1778-January 1863

Quarto.

Account book of Banking Account with Messrs. Hoares; Midsummer - Christmas 1831  NRO 452/B.b/23  1831

Octavo.

Ledger of half yearly accounts of Hamburgh Estate, Estate  NRO 452/B.b/24  1863-1868

Large folio.

Attorney Gen.V.Liddell  NRO 452/B.b/25  Mayday 1866-Martinmas 1871

Folio.

Contents:
Volume of half yearly accounts of receipts and payments of Samuel Rowlandson, receiver appointed in May 1866 in Chancery suit, containing 1st-12th accounts

Attorney Gen.V.Liddell  NRO 452/B.b/26  Mayday 1871 to Mayday 1876

Folio.

Contents:
Volume of half yearly accounts of receipts and payments of Samuel Rowlandson, receiver appointed in May 1866 in Chancery suit, containing 13th-21st accounts

Lord Crewe's Trustees. Annual Account  NRO 452/B.b/27  1876-1883

Folio.

Contents:
Volume containing yearly (Martinmas-Martinmas) accounts of receipts and payments of the receiver

Lord Crewe's Trustees. Annual Account  NRO 452/B.b/28  1883-1889

Folio.

Lord Crewe's Trustees. Annual Account, Vol.3  NRO 452/B.b/29  1889-1895

Duplicate of NRO 452/B.b/29.  NRO 452/B.b/30  [n.d.]

Lord Crewe's Trustees. Annual Account, Vol.4  NRO 452/B.b/31  1895-1902

Folio.

Duplicate of NRO 452/B.b/31.  NRO 452/B.b/32  [n.d.]

Lord Crewe's Trustees. Annual Account, Vol.5  NRO 452/B.b/33  1902-1908

Duplicate of NRO 452/B.b/33.  NRO 452/B.b/34  [n.d.]

Lord Crewe's Charity Accounts  NRO 452/B.b/35  1904-1938

Folio.

Contents:
Containing printed summary annual accounts and balance sheets.

Lord Crewe's Charity Accounts  NRO 452/B.b/36  1939-1972

Folio.

Lord Crewe's Trustees. Ledger  NRO 452/B.b/37  1877-1887

Folio.

Contents:
Containing annual accounts

Lord Crewe's Trustees. Ledger, vol.2  NRO 452/B.b/38  1888-1893

Folio.

Lord Crewe's Trustees. Ledger, vol.3  NRO 452/B.b/39  1894-1899

Folio.

Lord Crewe's Trustees. Ledger, vol.4  NRO 452/B.b/40  1900-1905

Folio.

Lord Crewe's Trustees. Ledger, vol.5  NRO 452/B.b/41  1906-1908

Folio.

Lord Crewe's Charity. Ledger. Diocesan (Newcastle and Durham) Accounts, North Sunderland Church Repair Fund. Dr. Sharp's Fund  NRO 452/B.b/42  1909-1920

Folio.

Contents:
Also No. 2. Account, and accounts for Capt. A.Hargrave and Mr. A. Marshall

Lord Crewe's Charity. Ledger. Diocesan (Newcastle and Durham) Accounts, North Sunderland Church Repair Fund. Dr. Sharp's Fund, No.2.  NRO 452/B.b/43  1921-1932

Folio.

Lord Crewe's Charity. Ledger. Diocesan (Newcastle and Durham) Accounts, North Sunderland Church Repair Fund. Dr. Sharp's Fund, No.3.  NRO 452/B.b/44  1933-1944

Folio.

Lord Crewe's Charity. Ledger. Diocesan (Newcastle and Durham) Accounts, North Sunderland Church Repair Fund. Dr. Sharp's Fund, No.4.  NRO 452/B.b/45  1945-1955

Folio.

Lord Crewe's Trustees Day Book.  NRO 452/B.b/46  January 1884-January 1887

Folio.

Lord Crewe's Trustees. Estate Book  NRO 452/B.b/47  January 1887-July 1889

Large folio.

Contents:
Containing receipts and payments

Lord Crewe's Trustees. Estate Book, No.2  NRO 452/B.b/48  June 1889-September 1891

Lord Crewe's Trustees. Estate Book, No.3  NRO 452/B.b/49  September 1891 - May 1894

Lord Crewe's Trustees. Estate Book, No.4  NRO 452/B.b/50  May 1894 - October 1898

Lord Crewe's Trustees. Estate Book, No.5  NRO 452/B.b/51  August 1898 - December 1903

Lord Crewe's Trustees. Estate Book, No.6  NRO 452/B.b/52  June 1903 - September 1908

Lord Crewe's Trustees. Estate Book, No.7  NRO 452/B.b/53  September 1900 - January 1909

Lord Crewe's Charity. Estates Office (Newcastle) Cash Book  NRO 452/B.b/54  1904

Thin folio.

Contents:
Of R.G.A.Hutchinson (agent) in account with C.Rowlandson (receiver and secretary).

Lord Crewe's Charity. Estates Office (Newcastle) Cash Book  NRO 452/B.b/55  1905

Lord Crewe's Charity. Estates Office (Newcastle) Cash Book  NRO 452/B.b/56  1906

Lord Crewe's Charity. Estates Office (Newcastle) Cash Book  NRO 452/B.b/57  1907

Lord Crewe's Charity. Estates Office (Newcastle) Cash Book  NRO 452/B.b/58  1906

Lord Crewe's Charity. Receipts Book. No.1  NRO 452/B.b/59  1909-1920

Large folio.

Lord Crewe's Charity. Receipts Book. No.2  NRO 452/B.b/60  1921-1932

Lord Crewe's Charity. Receipts Book. No.3  NRO 452/B.b/61  1933-1950

Lord Crewe's Charity. Payments Book, No.1  NRO 452/B.b/62  1909-1920

Large folio.

Lord Crewe's Charity. Payments Book, No.2  NRO 452/B.b/63  1921-1932

Lord Crewe's Charity. Payments Book, No.3  NRO 452/B.b/64  1933-1950

Stock Book, 1800  NRO 452/B.b/65  December 1799-December 1800

Thin folio

Contents:
Containing tabulated details of Bamburgh Castle Woollen Manufactory stock (Misc. Accts.3)

Sale of Meal at Bamburgh Castle  NRO 452/B.b/66  1805-1840

Folio.

Contents:
Account book 1805-1840; with 'oats received' account at end. (Misc. Accts.1).

The Trustees' Farm Account (heading)  NRO 452/B.b/67  1808-1828

Folio

Contents:
Containing cash receipts (mostly for carting) and payments (Misc. Accts.2).

Bamburgh Castle. Miscellaneous Labour Book  NRO 452/B.b/68  June 1874-March 1893

Quarto

Contents:
Containing weekly day labour (sundry jobs), August 1859-April 1860; similar for masons work (Misc. Accts.4).

Lord Crewe's Charity. Bamburgh Girls School Clothing Account  NRO 452/B.b/69  1877-1895

Folio.

Contents:
Containing cash accounts for individual (named) pupils

Journal of cash payments, Bamburgh estate  NRO 452/B.b/70  October 1927-December 1929

Folio.

Lord Crewe's Charity. North Sunderland Harbour  NRO 452/B.b/71  1884-1931

Folio.

Contents:
Containing summary yearly accounts of dues, quantities landed and exported, ships trading and expenditure (classified)

Lord Crewe's Charity. Harbour Petty Cash Book  NRO 452/B.b/72  January 1909-November 1931

Folio.

Contents:
Containing cash payments

Lord Crewe's Charity. Harbour Dues, Import Dues. Export Dues  NRO 452/B.b/73  May 1910-November 1931

Folio.

Contents:
Account book giving ships name and master, port, cargo, tonnage, dues, etc.

Lord Crewe's Charity. N.S. Receipts Book  NRO 452/B.b/74  January 1924-December 1931

Folio.

Contents:
Containing account of cash receipts (tabulated)

Lord Crewe's Charity. Tithe Schedules, Shotley Low Quarter, Burton  NRO 452/B.b/75  April 1929-April 1935

Folio.

Contents:
Containing details of commuted tithes in North Sunderland, Burton and Shotley Low Quarter and receipts of half yearly payments

Cash receipts and payments book of R.Hutchinson, bailiff, in account with C.Rowlandson, receiver, for Blanchland estate  NRO 452/B.b/76  January 1899-December 1901

Quarto notebook.

Cash receipts and payments book of R.Hutchinson, bailiff, in account with C.Rowlandson, receiver, for Blanchland estate  NRO 452/B.b/77  January 1902 - April 1905

Cash receipts and payments book of R.Hutchinson, bailiff, in account with C.Rowlandson, receiver, for Blanchland estate  NRO 452/B.b/78  April 1905 - March 1910

Cash receipts and payments book of R.Hutchinson, bailiff, in account with C.Rowlandson, receiver, for Blanchland estate  NRO 452/B.b/79  August 1907 - January 1935

Contents:
(Misc.Accts. 6)

Minute and account book of Blanchland Park pasture stintholders.  NRO 452/B.b/80  1880-1911

Contents:
8 vo notebook. (Misc. Accts.7)

Account book of payments of C.Rowlandson in account with the Trustees of Lord Crewe's Charity (No.2 a/c with Lloyds Bank Ltd., Durham)  NRO 452/B.b/81  May 1903 - January 1909

Quarto notebook.

Bank pass book of Lord Crewe's Trustees General Account with Lloyds Bank, Durham  NRO 452/B.b/82  October 1922 - September 1931

Contents:
8 vo. (Misc. Accts 8).

Bank pass book of Lord Crewe's Charity Durham Diocesan Account with Lloyds Bank, Durham  NRO 452/B.b/83  November 1924-December 1934

Contents:
8 vo. (Misc. Accts. 9).

Bank pass book of Lord Crewe's Charity Newcastle Diocesan Account  NRO 452/B.b/84  May 1930-December 1934

Contents:
8 vo. (Misc. Accts.10).

Employees Income Tax Deductions account book  NRO 452/B.b/85  1943-1973

Quarto.

Clergy Grants Records, 1896-1957  NRO 452/B.c  [n.d.]

Lord Crewe's Charity. Applications for Grants for Clergymen. Diocese of Durham  NRO 452/B.c/1  June 1896-April 1907

Thin folio.

Application for Grants for Clergyman, Diocese of Durham  NRO 452/B.c/2  April 1908-April 1918

Application for Grants for Clergyman, Diocese of Durham  NRO 452/B.c/3  October 1918-April 1925

Application for Grants for Clergyman, Diocese of Durham  NRO 452/B.c/4  October 1925-April 1938

Application for Grants for Clergyman, Diocese of Newcastle  NRO 452/B.c/5  June 1896-April 1907

Thin folio.

Application for Grants for Clergyman, Diocese of Durham  NRO 452/B.c/6  April 1908-April 1918

Application for Grants for Clergyman, Diocese of Durham  NRO 452/B.c/7  April 1919-April 1918

Application for Grants for Clergyman, Diocese of Durham  NRO 452/B.c/8  April 1930-April 1938

Record of Grants to Clergy  NRO 452/B.c/9  1915

Thin folio.

Contents:
Index, 1915-1920.

Application for Grants for Clergyman, Diocese of Durham  NRO 452/B.c/10  1915-1936

Application for Grants for Clergyman, Diocese of Durham  NRO 452/B.c/11  1937-1957

Rentals, 1834-1965  NRO 452/B.d  [n.d.]


Related information: The following Rental Books listed on the original list and found in 1982 and 1983 are retained at the Chapter Office.
Rental Book Vol.IV, Martinmas 1918-Martinmas 1928.
Rental Book Vol. V, Martinmas 1928-Martinmas 1937.
Rental Book Vol. 6, Martinmas 1937-Martinmas 1943.
Rental Book Vol. 7, Martinmas 1943-Martinmas 1949.
Rental Book Vol. 8, Martinmas 1949-Martinmas 1955.
Rental Book Vol. 9, Martinmas 1955-Martinmas 1965.
Rental Book Vol.10, Martinmas 1966-Martinmas 1974.

Bamburgh Castle Rental  NRO 452/B.d/1  May 1832-Martinmas 1965

Large folio.

Contents:
Includes payments made to 'sundry persons'.

Bamburgh Castle estate rental  NRO 452/B.d/2  October 1869-January 1877

Quarto.

Blanchland and Hunstanworth estate rental  NRO 452/B.d/3  May 1864-May 1876

Folio.

Crewe Charity Estate, Rental Book  NRO 452/B.d/4  Martinmas 1876-Martinmas 1881

Large folio.

Contents:
Including Bamburgh and Blanchland, North Sunderland and Dr. Sharp's Fund

Lord Crewe's Trustees, Rental Book  NRO 452/B.d/5  Martinmas 1883-Martinmas 1894

Folio.

Contents:
Including same estates

Lord Crewe's Trustees, Rental Book, Vol II  NRO 452/B.d/6  Martinmas 1894-Martinmas 1907

Lord Crewe's Trustees, Rental Book, Vol III  NRO 452/B.d/7  Martinmas 1907-Martinmas 1918

Rental book, North Sunderland, etc.  NRO 452/B.d/8  Martinmas 1903-Martinmas 1920

Folio.

Contents:
Dr.Sharp's Fund, copyhold and quit rents

Rental book, North Sunderland, etc.  NRO 452/B.d/9  Martinmas 1920-Martinmas 1927

Rental book, North Sunderland, etc.  NRO 452/B.d/10  Martinmas 1927 - Martinmas 1929

Rent receipts cash book, Bamburgh, etc.  NRO 452/B.d/11  May 1925-May 1927

Thin folio.

Blanchland Rent Audits  NRO 452/B.d/12  1909-1930

Quarto.

Blanchland Rent Audits  NRO 452/B.d/13  1955-1970

Quarto.

North Sunderland Mayday and Martinmas houses and gardens rents receipts and payments book  NRO 452/B.d/14  Mayday 1876-November 1904

Contents:
Quarto notebook. (Misc.Accts.5)

Other Records  NRO 452/B.e  [n.d.]


Related information: The following documents were noted on the original list but not found in 1982 or 1983
Volume of cuttings, letters and othe papers, with a detailed itinerary, Blanchland Boundary Ridings, 1812, 1839.
Printed scheme for the Waltham Abbey canal, by James Sharp, n.d., 18th c.
Envelope containing letters, draft orders and notes, April 1853.
Reference Book, Shildon and Jeffrey Rake Survey n.d., c 186c

Nether Witton and Hartburn. Queries and Answers. 1750  NRO 452/B.e/1  1750

Quarto book, vellums cover.

Contents:
(Label on spine), containing questions by John Sharp and answers by Archdeacon Thomas Sharp, as to obligations and powers of incumbent and parish officers with special reference to Nether Witton and Hartburn
(Other Books 1)

An Inventory of Castle Furniture  NRO 452/B.e/2  16-18 July 1792

Quarto book, vellum cover.

Contents:
(On cover) and Bamburgh Castle Inventory (title page)
Fair copy. (Inventories 1)

Copy (possibly the original) of same.  NRO 452/B.e/3  [n.d.]

Quarto notebook.

Contents:
(Inventories 2)

Inventory of Furniture &c at Bamburgh Ca.  NRO 452/B.e/4  23-31 March, 1 April 1808

Quarto notebook, vellum cover.

Contents:
(Inventories 3)

Bamburgh Castle Inventory (title page)  NRO 452/B.e/5  15 February 1841

Quarto book.

Contents:
(Inventories 4)

Bamburgh Castle Inventory (title page)  NRO 452/B.e/6  10-13 April 1867

Quarto book.

Contents:
(Inventories 5)

A Survey and Yearly Valuation of the several Estates situate in the Parish of Bamburgh, Northumberland and of Norham in the County of Durham  NRO 452/B.e/7  1813

Thin folio notebook, poor condition.

Contents:
Containing tabulated survey, by township with plans.
(Other Books 2)

A Survey and Yearly Valuation of the several Estates situate in the Parish of Bamburgh, Northumberland and of Norham in the County of Durham  NRO 452/B.e/8  1813

Thin folio notebook, poor condition.

Contents:
(Other Books 3)

Letter book  NRO 452/B.e/9  30 September 1842 - 11 February, 1852

Quarto Book.

Contents:
(Indexed) of Samuel Rowlandson (secretary and receiver)

Memoranda 1853  NRO 452/B.e/10  1853-1858

Quarto notebook.

Contents:
(Label on spine), containing notes, estimates, accounts, copy letters, and other information re. Bamburgh estate, possibly of the agent or bailiff of Bamburgh.
(Other Books 4)

Blanchland Woods and Plantations report  NRO 452/B.e/11  1909

Folio notebook in blue leather cover.

Lord Crewe's Charity, Blanchland Plantations (title page)  NRO 452/B.e/12  1912-1957

Quarto notebook.

Contents:
Containing annual accounts of timber in stock, cut, sold, or used on the Estate

Register of water supply services to persons (tenants?) in the Bamburgh area  NRO 452/B.e/13  1911

Folio notebook.

Administration of the Trust.  NRO 452/C  [n.d.]

Accounts  NRO 452/C/1  [n.d.]

Accounts of Lord Crewe's executors and trustees and their officers, mainly prior to the 1734 settlement between them  [no ref.]  1720-36

Cash 1721-29, account book  NRO 452/C/1/1  1721-9

Contents:
Indexed by person, of annual accounts of Dr.Thomas Eden, Sir John Dolben, Dr.Lupton, Thomas Rudd, Edward and John Grey, Messrs.Hoare, Ralph Trotter and William Lee with Lord Crewe's estate and Trustees

Abstract of part of NRO 452/C/1/1, with additional accounts  NRO 452/C/1/2  1721-34

Contents:
Made by John Proud; including inventories of Lord Crewe's goods in Durham Castle, 1716, and Auckland Castle, 1723

Notebook of draft accounts  NRO 452/C/1/3  1724-34

Contents:
Indexed by person, of Hoare, Rudd, John Gray, Richard Hornsby, Dr.Eden, Sir John Eden, the Trustees and the Executors

Similar to NRO 452/C/1/3  NRO 452/C/1/4  1721-32

Contents:
Including accounts of Sir John Dolben, Clapham, Dun, Lupton, Lee, Pewterer, Sayer, Stonhewer and Trotter

Cash Account - 1723  NRO 452/C/1/5  1721-36

Contents:
Cash account book of Dr.Eden with the Trustees

Folder, 1720-1  NRO 452/C/1/6  Martinmas 1721

Contents:
Containing accounts of William Lee's payments, July 1720-September 1721; receipt from Lincoln College, Oxford, October 1720; Francis Pewterer, auditor's charges, Darlington, Chester, Easington and Stockton wards, and his method of striking the account with the receiver, 1720; account of Northallerton arrears to Martinmas 1720; Cowsby, Yorkshire, account to Ladyday 1721; account of legacy and wages payments; instructions for taking account of the personal estate, and executors' accounts (4), 1721; expenses and other payments, October 1720-July 1721; 'Finishing Stroke' accounts of executors and Trustees, 1721; memo re Crewe's dispositions, September 1721; account of legacies, wages and incidents; account of Lincoln College bequests (with inventory of London plate, March 1715); notebook accounts by auditor of rents due, Darlington, Chester, Easington and Stockton wards, with mineral rights, Martinmas 1721; auditor's account book of arrears due to Trustees and present bishop for wards as above

Folder, 1722-4  NRO 452/C/1/7  1723-4

Contents:
Containing annual account of real estate receipts and payments, Midsummer 1722; notebook of rent arrears accounts of Richard Clapham, Durham estates, February 1723; notebook of draft accounts of Dr.Eden, Sir John Dolben, Dr.Lupton, Rudd, Edward Grey, Messrs.Hoare, Trotter and pensions, October 1721-March 1723; disbursements account, 1721-November 1723; executors' disbursement accounts, January 1721-March 1723; notes of Rudd's accounts, October 1723; receipts for money for the use of executors, March 1723 (2); Hoare's draft, March 1723; account of money received, October 1721-November 1723; accounts of out rents, taxes and repairs payments, Bamburgh and Blanchland (2)

Folder, 1725  NRO 452/C/1/8  1725

Contents:
Containing accounts of Grey's disbursements, Blanchland and Bamburgh estates, Whitsun 1723-Whitsun 1725; accounts of out rents, taxes and repairs payments, 1724-5; notebook of accounts of Richard Stonhewer, October 1720-October 1725; bailiff's account for Allerton and Allertonshire, Yorkshire, to Martinmas 1721, allowed October 1725; Fewterer's Auckland estate accounts, October 1720-June 1723, allowed October 1725.

Folder, 1726-7  NRO 452/C/1/9  1721-7

Contents:
Containing accounts of out rents, taxes and repairs, Bamburgh and Blanchland, 1725-6; 1726-7 (Bamburgh only); summary accounts of the executors, endorsed with Grey's payments

Folder, 1728-9  NRO 452/C/1/10  July 1720-February 1729

Contents:
Containing rough draft accounts of receipts for Lord Crewe's effects, allowances for real estate, 1721-8; accounts of Grey, 1721-8 (3), 1725-8; accounts of out rents, taxes and repairs, Bamburgh and Blanchland, 1727-8, 1728-9; notebook of accounts of discharge of charities, funeral payments, receipts and payments and individual balances, 1721-February 1729; notebook of accounts of Clapham, Lee, Stonhewer, Pewterer, Rudd, Grey, Sir John Eden

Folder, 1730-1  NRO 452/C/1/11  1731

Contents:
Containing accounts of out rents, taxes and repairs, Bamburgh and Blanchland, 1729-30; summary accounts, Bamburgh and Blanchland estates out rents, taxes and repairs, crown rents, land tax and other payments, 1723-31; draft summary accounts of Bamburgh and Blanchland estate rents, 1723-31; abstract of ten years' accounts, Michaelmas 1721-Midsummer 1731; draft accounts of Grey, Pentecost 1729-Pentecost 1731; and of estate outgoings, Pentecost 1723-Pentecost 1731; summary drafts of real estate accounts, 1722-31; notebook of drafts of estate receipts and payments, 1728-31; classified accounts of annual charitable payments, 1721-31; Dr.Eden's note accounts, 1721-31; accounts of payments by Rudd, Hoare and for pensions, 1729-31; summary of Grey's and Hornsby's payments and allowances, Pentecost 1722-Martinmas 1731, and Hornsby's, Blanchland, Pentecost 1730-Martinmas 1731.

Folder, 1732  NRO 452/C/1/12  1729-32

Contents:
Accounts of the Trustees' charge and discharge on account of real estate (5), 1721-32; notebook of summary accounts of the Trustees for the real estate and the executors for the personal estate, 1721-32; notebook of similar summary accounts, and abstract, with Grey's accounts, Pentecost 1721-February 1732, Hornsby's accounts, 1730-1 and incidental charges to May 1732; notebook of executors' accounts, 1721-32; draft similar, with further charges, bills, pensions and Trustees' real estate accounts; 1721-32; accounts of executors' payments, March 1723-April 1732; accounts of annual charitable payments and of Grey, incident charges and the Trustees for real estate, 1721-32; Dr. Eden's real estate account drafts, 1721-32; similar draft; draft of Hoare's accounts

Folder, 1733  NRO 452/C/1/13  1729-33

Contents:
Containing accounts of Thomas Rudd with the Trustees, May 1732-June 1733; general account (summary), and accounts of Sir John Eden, 1724-33; Hornsby's accounts, 1730-3; Trustees' accounts for real estate, 1731-3 with incidental payments of Hoare and Rudd, 1727-33; note rent accounts

Folder, 1734-5  NRO 452/C/1/14  1735

Contents:
Notebook of accounts of individual officers and Trustees and general accounts, 1732-4; notebook of abstracts of annual charges, Trustees' real estate accounts, 1721-34; subsequent account, 1732-4; executors' incidental payments, 1732-4; 'scheem for seperating the Accots...... Between the Trustees and the Executors', n.d.; twelve years' summary accounts of the executors and Trustees, 1721-35; annual payments, 1734-5; miscellaneous calculations of Eden, to 1735

Volumes of collected annual or half yearly accounts of treasurers and receivers and other agents with the Trustees.  [no ref.]  1756-1866

Annual accounts of receipts and expenditure of Richard Weatherell, receiver and treasurer (up to his death in 1773), George Wood, overall receiver from 1773, George Turton (Bamburgh estate) from 1771, and John Robson (Blanchland estate) from 1773, including annual rentals for Blanchland and Bamburgh  NRO 452/C/1/15  1756-79

Similar, half yearly, for George Wood (up to his death in 1799), John Robson up to 1783, John Graham, accountant under the inspection of the Rev. R.G.Bouyer (from 1799) to 1801, Arthur Mowbray (Blanchland) from 1799  NRO 452/C/1/16  1773-1801

Duplicate of NRO 452/C/1/16  NRO 452/C/1/17  1773-1801

Similar, for Matthew Woodifield, receiver and treasurer  NRO 452/C/1/18  1800-22

Duplicate of NRO 452/C/1/18; on flyleaf, 'R.G.Bouyer'  NRO 452/C/1/19  1800-22

Similar, for Matthew Woodifield (up to his death in 1824), John Leybourne, treasurer and accountant from 1824, John Tate (Bamburgh), from 1825 to 1832, Thomas Fenwick (Blanchland) from 1825, the Rev. Michael Maughan (castle agent) from 1825 until his death in 1828, William Hamilton, bailiff, acting castle agent, 1828 to 1829, Robert Smeddle, castle agent from 1829, Bamburgh land agent from 1832  NRO 452/C/1/20  1823-35

Duplicate of NRO 452/C/1/20, 1823-35 on flyleaf, 'R.G.Bouyer, W.N.Darnell'.  NRO 452/C/1/21  [n.d.]

Similar, half yearly, of John Leybourne (up to 1836), Samuel Rowlandson, treasurer and secretary from 1837, Smeddle, Fenwick (up to 1841), Michael Harrison (Blanchland, from 1841)  NRO 452/C/1/22  1836-46

Duplicate of NRO 452/C/1/22  NRO 452/C/1/23  1836-46

Duplicate of NRO 452/C/1/22, labelled Mr.Smeddle's Annual Accounts  NRO 452/C/1/24  1836-46

Similar, half yearly, of Rowlandson, Smeddle and Harrison  NRO 452/C/1/25  1846-54

Half yearly accounts (general, revenue and expenditure) of Rowlandson  NRO 452/C/1/26  1863-6

Volumes of annual statements of accounts, by the Trustees  [no ref.]  1845-65

Annual Statements of accounts  NRO 452/C/1/27  1850

Contents:
Copy made March, 1850, of the Trustees' accounts of receipts and expenditure transmitted to the Charity Commissioners for the year 1845.

Annual Statements of account  NRO 452/C/1/28  1849

Lord Crewe's Charity Trustees' Accounts  NRO 452/C/1/29  1853

Lord Crewe's Charity Trustees' Accounts  NRO 452/C/1/30  1854

Lord Crewe's Charity Trustees' Accounts  NRO 452/C/1/31  1855

Lord Crewe's Charity Trustees' Accounts  NRO 452/C/1/32  1856

Lord Crewe's Charity Trustees' Accounts  NRO 452/C/1/33  1857

Lord Crewe's Charity Trustees' Accounts  NRO 452/C/1/34  1858

Lord Crewe's Charity Trustees' Accounts  NRO 452/C/1/35  1859

Lord Crewe's Charity Trustees' Accounts  NRO 452/C/1/36  1860

Lord Crewe's Charity Trustees' Accounts  NRO 452/C/1/37  1861

Lord Crewe's Charity Trustees' Accounts  NRO 452/C/1/38  1862

Lord Crewe's Charity Trustees' Accounts  NRO 452/C/1/39  1863

Lord Crewe's Charity Trustees' Accounts  NRO 452/C/1/40  1864

Lord Crewe's Charity Trustees' Accounts  NRO 452/C/1/41  1865

Receivers' and treasurers' audited individual booklet statements and lease drafts of accounts.  [no ref.]  1767-1848

Draft accounts of Richard Weatherell, receiver general and Blanchland receiver  NRO 452/C/1/42  April 1757 - October 1758

Draft accounts of Weatherell, with rent arrears and summary  NRO 452/C/1/43  April 1761-April 1763

Draft accounts of Thomas Rudd with the Trustees  NRO 452/C/1/44  August 1762-April 1763

Draft accounts of Thomas Rudd with the Trustees  NRO 452/C/1/45  February - September 1767

Audited annual statement of Weatherell  NRO 452/C/1/46  September 1767-September 1768

Audited annual statement of Weatherell statement  NRO 452/C/1/47  September 1768 - February 1771

Audited annual statement of Weatherell  NRO 452/C/1/48  February 1771-October 1772

Audited annual statement of George Wood, receiver and treasurer  NRO 452/C/1/49  1774-6

Audited annual statement of George Wood, receiver and treasurer  NRO 452/C/1/50  June 1780 - October 1781

Audited annual statement of George Wood, receiver and treasurer  NRO 452/C/1/51  October 1781 - December 1782

Audited annual statement of George Wood, receiver and treasurer, including Blanchland estate receipts  NRO 452/C/1/52  December 1782 - November 1783

Audited annual statement of George Wood, receiver and treasurer  NRO 452/C/1/53  December 1783 - December 1784

Audited annual statement of George Wood, receiver and treasurer  NRO 452/C/1/54  December 1784 - January 1786

Audited annual statement of George Wood, receiver and treasurer  NRO 452/C/1/55  January - December 1786

Audited annual statement of George Wood, receiver and treasurer  NRO 452/C/1/56  December 1786 - February 1788

Duplicate of NRO 452/C/1/56  NRO 452/C/1/57  December 1786 - February 1788

Audited annual statement  NRO 452/C/1/58  February 1788 - January 1789

Audited annual statement  NRO 452/C/1/59  January 1789 - January 1790

Duplicate of NRO 452/C/1/59  NRO 452/C/1/60  January 1789 - January 1790

Audited annual statement  NRO 452/C/1/61  January 1790 - March 1791

Audited annual statement  NRO 452/C/1/62  March 1791 - January 1792

Audited annual statement  NRO 452/C/1/63  January 1792 - January 1793

Audited annual statement  NRO 452/C/1/64  January 1793 - January 1794

Audited annual statement  NRO 452/C/1/65  January - December 1794

Audited annual statement  NRO 452/C/1/66  December 1797 - January 1796

Audited annual statement  NRO 452/C/1/67  December 1795 - March 1797

Contents:
(Annotated: 'To be left at Bamburgh Castle where the like Accounts for many preceding years now are').

Audited annual statement  NRO 452/C/1/68  December 1798 - March 1798

Audited annual statement  NRO 452/C/1/69  December 1797 - March 1799

Audited annual statement of the administratixes of the late George Wood  NRO 452/C/1/70  December 1798 - March 1800

Audited annual statement of John Graham, under the inspection of Mr.Bouyer, Arthur Mowbray and Matthew Woodifield  NRO 452/C/1/71  October 1799 - March 1801

Audited annual statement of Matthew Woodifield, receiver and treasurer  NRO 452/C/1/72  March 1801 - March 1802

Audited annual statement  NRO 452/C/1/73  March 1802 - March 1803

Audited annual statement  NRO 452/C/1/74  March 1803 - March 1804

Audited annual statement  NRO 452/C/1/75  March 1804 - March 1805

Audited annual statement  NRO 452/C/1/76  March 1805 - February 1806

Audited annual statement  NRO 452/C/1/77  February 1806 - April 1807

Audited annual statement  NRO 452/C/1/78  March 1807 - April 1808

Audited annual statement  NRO 452/C/1/79  April 1808 - April 1809

Audited annual statement  NRO 452/C/1/80  April 1809 - February 1810

Audited annual statement  NRO 452/C/1/81  February 1810 - February 1811

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/82  February - July 1811

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/83  August 1811 - February 1812

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/84  February - October 1812

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/85  September 1812 - February 1813

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/86  January - July 1813

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/87  July 1813 - January 1814

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/88  January - August 1814

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/89  July 1814 - January 1815

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/90  January - September 1815

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/91  August 1815 - January 1816

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/92  August 1815 - February 1816

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/93  January - August 1816

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/94  January - November 1817

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/95  July 1817 - February 1818

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/96  February - September 1818

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/97  July 1818 - February 1819

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/98  January - November 1819

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/99  August 1919 - February 1820

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/100  January - July 1820

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/101  July 1820 - February 1821

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/102  January - September 1821

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/103  August 1821 - February 1822

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/104  February - July 1822

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/105  July 1822 - February 1823

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/106  February - July 1823

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/107  July - October 1823

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/108  February - September 1824

Audited half yearly statement accounts of John Leybourne, treasurer and accountant, later treasurer and secretary, with accounts of Maughan, Fenwick and Tate  NRO 452/C/1/109  September 1824 - February 1825

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/110  February - August 1825

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/111  July 1825 - January 1826

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/112  November 1825 - August 1826

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/113  August 1826 - January 1827

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/114  January - July 1827

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/115  July 1827 - January 1828

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/116  January - July 1828

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/117  May 1828 - January 1829

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/118  February - July 1829

Audited half yearly statement (William Hamilton replacing Maughan)  NRO 452/C/1/119  July 1829 - January 1830

Audited half yearly statement (Robert Smeddle replacing Hamilton)  NRO 452/C/1/120  February - July 1830

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/121  May 1830 - January 1831

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/122  November 1830 - July 1831

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/123  July 1831 - February 1832

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/124  February - July 1832

Audited half yearly statement (Smeddle replacing Tate)  NRO 452/C/1/125  May 1832 - February 1833

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/126  November 1832 - July 1833

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/127  July 1833 - February 1834

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/128  January - July 1834

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/129  July 1834 - February 1835

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/130  February - July 1835

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/131  July 1835 - January 1836

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/132  January - July 1836

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/133  July 1836 - February 1837

Audited half yearly statement (Rowlandson replacing Leybourne)  NRO 452/C/1/134  February - July 1837

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/135  July 1837 - January 1838

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/136  January - July 1838

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/137  July 1838 - January 1839

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/138  February - July 1839

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/139  July 1839 - February 1840

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/140  February - July 1840

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/141  July 1840 - January 1841

Audited half yearly statement (Harrison replacing Fenwick)  NRO 452/C/1/142  January - July 1841

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/143  July 1841 - January 1842

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/144  January - July 1842

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/145  July 1842 - February 1843

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/146  February - July 1843

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/147  July 1843 - January 1844

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/148  January - July 1844

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/149  July 1844 - January 1845

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/150  July 1845 - January 1846

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/151  January - July 1846

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/152  July 1846 - January 1847

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/153  January - July 1847

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/154  July 1847 - January 1848

Audited half yearly statement  NRO 452/C/1/155  January - July 1848

Receiver's and treasurer's working cash accounts  [no ref.]  1800-20

Notebook of cash accounts of Matthew Woodifield  NRO 452/C/1/156  1800-06

Notebook of cash accounts of Matthew Woodifield  NRO 452/C/1/157  1806 - 12

Notebook of cash accounts of Matthew Woodifield  NRO 452/C/1/158  1813 - 20

Tax allowance claim accounts  [no ref.]  1805-1908

Form for Claim of Allowances for the Duty assessed and paid on the Rents & Profits of Messuages... vested in Trustees for charitable purposes  NRO 452/C/1/159  claim for April 1805-April 1806

Contents:
Detailed accounts of rents received and charitable and administrative expenditure, Bamburgh and Blanchland estates, presented by Woodifield and Graham

Form for Claim of Allowances for the Duty assessed and paid on the Rents & Profits of Messuages... vested in Trustees for charitable purposes  NRO 452/C/1/160  April 1806-April 1807

Form for Claim of Allowances for the Duty assessed and paid on the Rents & Profits of Messuages... vested in Trustees for charitable purposes  NRO 452/C/1/161  April 1807-April 1808

Form for Claim of Allowances for the Duty assessed and paid on the Rents & Profits of Messuages... vested in Trustees for charitable purposes  NRO 452/C/1/162  April 1808-April 1809

Form for Claim of Allowances for the Duty assessed and paid on the Rents & Profits of Messuages... vested in Trustees for charitable purposes  NRO 452/C/1/163  April 1809-April 1810

Form for Claim of Allowances for the Duty assessed and paid on the Rents & Profits of Messuages... vested in Trustees for charitable purposes  NRO 452/C/1/164  April 1810-April 1811

Form for Claim of Allowances for the Duty assessed and paid on the Rents & Profits of Messuages... vested in Trustees for charitable purposes  NRO 452/C/1/165  April 1811-April 1812

Form for Claim of Allowances for the Duty assessed and paid on the Rents & Profits of Messuages... vested in Trustees for charitable purposes  NRO 452/C/1/166  April 1812-April 1813

Form for Claim of Allowances for the Duty assessed and paid on the Rents & Profits of Messuages... vested in Trustees for charitable purposes  NRO 452/C/1/167  April 1814-April 1815

Form for Claim of Allowances for the Duty assessed and paid on the Rents & Profits of Messuages... vested in Trustees for charitable purposes  NRO 452/C/1/168  April 1815-April 1816

Copy accounts for income tax claims, similar to NRO 452/C/1/159 et seq.  NRO 452/C/1/169  1870-2

Contents:
With letter of acknowledgements

Copy accounts for income tax claims, similar to NRO 452/C/1/159 et seq.  NRO 452/C/1/170  1870

Contents:
With three related letters

Copy accounts for income tax claims, similar to NRO 452/C/1/159 et seq.  NRO 452/C/1/171  1871

Contents:
With covering letter

Copy accounts for income tax claims, similar to NRO 452/C/1/159 et seq.  NRO 452/C/1/172  1873

Copy accounts for income tax claims, similar to NRO 452/C/1/159 et seq.  NRO 452/C/1/173  1875

Copy accounts for income tax claims, similar to NRO 452/C/1/159 et seq.  NRO 452/C/1/174  1876

Copy accounts for income tax claims, similar to NRO 452/C/1/159 et seq.  NRO 452/C/1/175  1877

Copy accounts for income tax claims, similar to NRO 452/C/1/159 et seq.  NRO 452/C/1/176  1883-6

Copy accounts for income tax claims, similar to NRO 452/C/1/159 et seq.  NRO 452/C/1/177  1887

Copy accounts for income tax claims, similar to NRO 452/C/1/159 et seq.  NRO 452/C/1/178  1889-92

Copy accounts for income tax claims, similar to NRO 452/C/1/159 et seq.  NRO 452/C/1/179  1893

Copy accounts for income tax claims, similar to NRO 452/C/1/159 et seq.  NRO 452/C/1/180  1894

Copy accounts for income tax claims, similar to NRO 452/C/1/159 et seq.  NRO 452/C/1/181  1896-8

Copy accounts for income tax claims, similar to NRO 452/C/1/159 et seq.  NRO 452/C/1/182  1900-1

Copy accounts for income tax claims, similar to NRO 452/C/1/159 et seq.  NRO 452/C/1/183  1901-2

Copy accounts for income tax claims, similar to NRO 452/C/1/159 et seq.  NRO 452/C/1/184  1902-3

Copy accounts for income tax claims, similar to NRO 452/C/1/159 et seq.  NRO 452/C/1/185  1903-4

Copy accounts for income tax claims, similar to NRO 452/C/1/159 et seq.  NRO 452/C/1/186  1904-5

Copy accounts for income tax claims, similar to NRO 452/C/1/159 et seq.  NRO 452/C/1/187  1905-6

Copy accounts for income tax claims, similar to NRO 452/C/1/159 et seq.  NRO 452/C/1/188  1906-7

Copy accounts for income tax claims, similar to NRO 452/C/1/159 et seq.  NRO 452/C/1/189  1907-8

General Account  [no ref.]  1812-16

General Account  NRO 452/C/1/190  June 1812

Contents:
Abstract sheet of half year's accounts of rents received and payments made under various headings, with page references to the collected accounts [section a. above]

Duplicate of NRO 452/C/1/190  NRO 452/C/1/191  June 1812

General Account  NRO 452/C/1/192  June 1813

Duplicate of NRO 452/C/1/192  NRO 452/C/1/193  June 1813

General Account  NRO 452/C/1/194  June 1816

Duplicates of NRO 452/C/1/194  NRO 452/C/1/195-7  June 1816

General Account  NRO 452/C/1/198  December 1816

Duplicate of NRO 452/C/1/198  NRO 452/C/1/199  December 1816

The Trustees' bankers' accounts and related papers Messrs.Hoare and Lloyd.  [no ref.]  1762-1934

Copy account sheets of the Trustees with Messrs.Hoare: No.1, May 1762-June 1763; No.2, June 1764-April 1766; No.1, April 1766-March 1768; No.2, April 1768-May 1769; No.1, June 1769-November 1771; No.2, December 1770-May 1772; No. 3, June 1772-March 1773; No.4  NRO 452/C/1/200-7  March-September 1773

Two credit notes of Messrs.Hoare for deposit by Weatherell, March 1770, with a letter from the Bishop of Oxford about the balance at Hoare's  NRO 452/C/1/208  March 1771

Draft statement of annual payments by Messrs.Hoare  NRO 452/C/1/209  1770-3, 1785

Copy accounts as NRO 452/C/1/200 et seq., with covering letter, No.1, April 1780 - November 1781; No.2, November 1781-August 1783; No.3, October 1783-August 1785; No.4, October 1785-November 1787; No.5, May-December 1788; letter 5  NRO 452/C/1/210-15  September 1789

Statement of balance  NRO 452/C/1/216  January 1789

Fragments of account's sheet as NRO 452/C/1/200 et seq., March 1789-February 1796; copy statement  NRO 452/C/1/217  August 1795-February 1796

Letter from Messrs.Hoare to George Wood about the payment of Bamburgh castle taxes  NRO 452/C/1/218  January 1799

Two five yearly statements of the Trustees's account with Messrs.Hoare, August 1805-May 1810  NRO 452/C/1/219-20  October 1810 - January 1815

Five half yearly statements, July 1825; January-June 1826; June-July 1826; July 1826-January 1827; February - June 1827; with four letters of Messrs.Hoare acknowledging purchase of stock and receipt of bills  NRO 452/C/1/221-9  February-July 1827

Messrs.Hoare's letters & Accots.to Audit July 1830: bundle containing copy accounts as NRO 452/C/1/200 et seq., January-July 1827 (2); July -December 1827; January-June 1828 (2); January-June 1829 (2); July-December 1829; with eight letters as NRO 452/C/1/226 et seq.  NRO 452/C/1/230-45  August 1827-July 1830

Bank book of the Trustees in account with Lloyd's Bank, Durham  NRO 452/C/1/246  June 1915-October 1922

File of bank statements, Lloyd's Bank  NRO 452/C/1/247  September 1931-December 1934

Legal accounts and related papers: Messrs.Thorpe and Dickson.  [no ref.]  1821-62

Four accounts of Messrs.Thorpe and Dickson relating to the Trustees' action against John Railston for dilapidations at North Sunderland colliery, limeworks and farm  NRO 452/C/1/248-51  February 1821-November 1823

Two accounts for general legal work, April 1808-November 1822, October 1822-October 1828, with three letters  NRO 452/C/1/252-6  August 1834-January 1835

Five accounts for general legal work, January 1839-February 1840, February-December 1840, February-December 1841, January-December 1842 (with letter acknowledging settlement, February 1843)  NRO 452/C/1/257-62  January-December 1843

Six similar accounts, January-December 1850, January-December 1851, January-December 1852, January-December 1853, January-December 1861, January-December 1862; with two letters from W. and W. Dickson on payment of costs  NRO 452/C/1/263-70  May 1854

Petitions to the Trustees  NRO 452/C  1743-1885

Petition: James Callenler of Bamburgh, gardener, for continuance in garden  NRO 452/C/2/1  12 October 1743

Petition: Thomas Fleming of Derwenthead, for a lease  NRO 452/C/2/2  13 October 1757

Petition: John Weatherburn, late tenant of Thornton Colliery, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/3  9 February 1760

Contents:
With colliery A/c 1751-55.

Petition: Samuel Dryden and Joseph Jennings, to retain tenancy rights  NRO 452/C/2/4  19 April 1763

Petition: Ann Gee of Claypath, Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/5  22 September 1768

Petition: Eleanor Kennedy of St Nicholas, Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/6  22 September 1768

Petition: Richard Crosier of Newbold Verdon, Leics, former servant of Lord Crewe, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/7  21 October 1768

Petition: Richard Atkinson of Framwellgate, Co Durham, agricultural labourer, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/8  22 December 1768

Petition: Dorothy Lascelles of Crossgate, Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/9  22 December 1768

Petition: Frances Turner of St Margaret, Durham, Spinster, daughter of late Rev William Turner, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/10  22 December 1763

Petition: William Mayners, miner, and his wife Eleanor, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/11  22 December 1768

Petition: Mary Bishoprick of Claypath, Durham Widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/12  22 December 1768

Petition: Rev John Rowntree, rector of Elton, Co Durham, for repair to parsonage outhouses  NRO 452/C/2/13  19 June 1769

Petition: Mary Prockter of St Mary le Bow, Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/14  2 January 1770

Petition: Elizabeth Wood of Framwellgate, Co Durham, daughter of William Hornsby, the Trustees' agent, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/14  November 1771

Petition: Eleanor Kennedy of St Nicholas, Durham for relief  NRO 452/C/2/16  14 November 1771

Petition: Jane Reavly of Wooler, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/16  13 June 1772

Petition: Rev George Stephenson, vicar of Longbenton, for glebe house and vicarage repairs  NRO 452/C/2/18  20 July 1772

Petition: Rev W Adey, curate of Lanchester, Co Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/19  2 April 1773

Contents:
(With orders, 20 July)

Petition: George Higginson of London, jeweller, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/20  15 August 1773

Contents:
(With letter from Granville Sharp, 24 July 1773)

Petition: Margaret Robinson of Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/21  November 1773

Petition: Margaret Chapman of Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/22  November 1773

Petition: Eleanor Kennedy of Claypath, Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/23  18 December 1773

Petition: Mark Young of Bamburgh, customs officer, for a Bamburgh house  NRO 452/C/2/24  20 December 1773

Petition: Margaret Smith of South Street, Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/25  27 December 1773

Petition: Frances Mulcaster of Acton lead mill, for lease there  NRO 452/C/2/26  [December 1773]

Petition: Thomas Robinson of Claypath, Durham, shoemaker, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/27  16 June 1774

Petition: Mrs Myddleton and Mrs Gyll for Mrs Harding of Gilesgate, Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/28  18 June 1774

Petition: Mary Moor of Newcastle, daughter of Lady Crewe's page, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/29  20 July 1774

Petition: Frances Bacon Forster of Soho, London, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/30  20 July 1774

Petition: Rev W Adey, curate of Lanchester, Co Durham, for relief, re enclosure expenses  NRO 452/C/2/31  22 October 1774

Petition: Margaret Robinson of Sadler St, Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/32  27 October 1774

Petition: Patrick Dodds, late of Thornton, tenant farmer, for lease  NRO 452/C/2/33  24 December 1774

Petition: Blythman Adamson, surgeon of Bamburgh infirmary, for leave to build  NRO 452/C/2/34  22 May 1775

Petition: Rev Cuthbert Allen for Mrs Reavly of Wooler, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/35  23 May 1775

Petition: William Jeffreys, tenant of a quarter of Thornton township, for continuance of lease  NRO 452/C/2/36  29 July 1775

Petition: John Wood of Beadnell, for leave to enclose  NRO 452/C/2/37  24 August 1776

Petition: Frances Bacon Forster of Oxford, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/38  31 October 1776

Petition: Katherine Callander of Bamburgh, for house alterations  NRO 452/C/2/39  16 November 1776

Petition: Dorothy Watson of Bamburgh, for relief and alterations  NRO 452/C/2/40  8 January 1777

Petition: Margaret Robinson of Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/41  17 December 1777

Petition: Elizabeth Glenn of Claypath, Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/42  20 February 1778

Petition: John Muir of Morpeth, merchant, for redress against excommunication  NRO 452/C/2/43  1 March 1779

Petition: William Carr of Durham, late grocer and stationer, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/44  April/May 1779

Petition: Sir John H Delaval of Ford for Mr Alder of Horncliffe, for lease of Thornton farm  NRO 452/C/2/45  17 August 1779

Petition: Thomas Elliott of North Charlton, for place at Alnmouth Customs  NRO 452/C/2/46  10 June 1779

Petition: Frances Hagar of the Bailey, Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/47  26 June 1779

Petition: John Weatherburn of Berwick, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/48  15 August 1779

Petition: William Ambler of Durham for Rev Peter Fisher of Staindrop, Co Durham, for expenses in Wolsingham enclosure  NRO 452/C/2/49  29 September 1779

Petition: Robert Lodge of Barnard Castle, Co Durham, for Elizabeth Summers, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/50  2 November 1779

Petition: Frances Bacon Forster of Bishop Auckland, Co Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/51  7 November 1779

Petition: Jane Stokeld of Durham, spinster, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/52  n.d

Petition: Rev J Jefferson, curate of Medomsley, Co Durham, for augmentation  NRO 452/C/2/53  n.d

Petition: Rebeccah Peirson, grand daughter of Rev Mr Pairson of Stanton, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/54  n.d

Petition: Ann Peck of North Sunderland, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/55  n.d

Petition: Sarah Bacon Forster, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/56  n.d

Petition: Thomas Bullock of St Mary le Bow, Durham, journeyman tailor, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/57  n.d

Petition: William Maynard, miner, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/58  n.d

Petition: Mr Gyll for Elizabeth Hawdon of Gilesgate, Durham widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/59  n.d

Petition: John Ward of Burnshielhaugh, farmer, against raising of rent  NRO 452/C/2/60  n.d

Petition: The inhabitants of Hunstanworth, for permission and help in church rebuilding  NRO 452/C/2/61  n.d

Petition: Dorothy Watson of Bamburgh, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/62  15 January 1780

Petition: Rev William Harrison, curate of Hartlepool, for assistance in rebuilding vicarage house (with order, certificate and letters)  NRO 452/C/2/63  17 January 1780

Petition: Peter Younghusband of London, late of Bamburgh, for a place with the Duke of Northumberland  NRO 452/C/2/64  February 1780

Petition: Granville Sharp for Mrs Cooke of Chelsea for relief  NRO 452/C/2/65  20 March 1780

Petition: Dr Heneage Dering, statement for John Clapham of Tadcaster, Yorkshire, for aid to take Holy Orders  NRO 452/C/2/66  23 March 1789

Petition: Frances Bacon Forster of Bishop Auckland, Co Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/67  20 April 1780

Petition: Frances Bacon Forster of Bishop Auckland, Co Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/68  13 May 1780

Petition: Frances Bacon Forster of Bishop Auckland, Co Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/69  26 May 1780

Petition: William Carr of Durham, additional statement, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/70  15 June 1780

Petition: Dr E Pringle of Belford, for payment for Bamburgh attendance  NRO 452/C/2/71  17 June 1780

Petition: Frances Bacon Forster of Bishop Auckland, Co Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/72  27 June 1780

Petition: Rev T Heyrick, for augmentation of Denton curacy  NRO 452/C/2/73  23 June 1780

Petition: Frances Bacon Forster of Bishop Auckland, Co Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/74  25 July 1780

Petition: Frances Bacon Forster of Bishop Auckland, Co Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/75  29 July 1780

Contents:
(With copy letter of Sarah Bacon Forster, and copy reply of George Wood)

Petition: Frances Bacon Forster of Bishop Auckland, Co Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/76  7 September 1780

Petition: Frances Bacon Forster of Bishop Auckland, Co Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/77  27 September 1780

Petition: Thomas Thompson of Coldstream, Berwickshire, fisherman, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/78  29 September 1730

Petition: Frances Bacon Forster of Bishop Auckland, Co Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/79  7 October 1780

Petition: Patrick Sanderson of Newcastle, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/80  28 October 1780

Petition: The Committee for building a chapel of ease at Bishop Auckland, Co Durham, for aid: address, petition, estimate of the cost for repairing the free school (1763) and two letters  NRO 452/C/2/81  January - June 1781

Petition: Thomas Thompson of Coldstream, Berwickshire, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/82  28 April 1781

Petition: Joseph Coyn of Ryton, Co Durham, schoolmaster, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/83  11 May 1781

Petition: Francis Birt of Morpeth, prisoner, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/84  14 May 1781

Petition: J Merlet, French prisoner, for application for permission to go to North Shields  NRO 452/C/2/85  13 June 1781

Petition: Frances Bacon Forster of Oxford, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/86  17 June 1781

Petition: John Brabant of Ferryhill, Co Durham, for mitigation of fine  NRO 452/C/2/87  13 July 1781

Petition: E Graham of Newwater House for Patrick Dodds, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/88  5 September 1781

Petition: John Errington of Chesters for Capt William Stokoe, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/89  16 September 1781

Petition: John Weatherburn of Thornton Colliery, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/90  22 September 1781

Petition: Joseph Coyn of Ryton, Co Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/91  13 October 1781

Petition: Frances Bacon Forster of Oxford, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/92  14 October 1781

Petition: Jane Smith of Ellingham for aid to daughter  NRO 452/C/2/93  19 October 1781

Petition: John Watt of Place Green, Durham late gentlemans servant, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/94  29 November 1781

Petition: Ann Miller of Framwellgate, Co Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/95  19 December 1781

Petition: Elizabeth Harding of St Giles, Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/96  n.d

Petition: Sarah Humble of St Giles, Durham widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/97  15 January 1782

Petition: Ann Pringle of North Bailey, Durham, pastry cook, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/98  7 March 1782

Petition: Patrick Sanderson of Newcastle, for assistance in setting up shop  NRO 452/C/2/99  8 March 1782

Petition: William Cokayne, surgeon of Bamburgh dispensary, for salary increase  NRO 452/C/2/100  14 October 1782

Petition: Dorothy Gibson of St Giles, Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/101  19 October 1782

Petition: Rebecca Dobson of Pespool, Co Durham(?), for relief  NRO 452/C/2/102  8 November 1782

Petition: Frances Agur of the Bailey, Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/103  15 November 1782

Petition: Paul Cook of Framwellgate, Co Durham discharged militiaman, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/104  25 November 1782

Petition: H Cox of Magdalen College, Oxford, for money to pay debts  NRO 452/C/2/105  4 December 1782

Petition: Elizabeth Harding of St Giles, Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/106  19 December 1782

Petition: Rev J Shillito of Headon, nr Retford, Notts, for Rev Mr Dawson for relief  NRO 452/C/2/107  19 January 1783

Petition: John Cade of Elvet, Durham, for William Robson for relief  NRO 452/C/2/108  15 February 1783

Petition: Susie Spalding of Edinburgh, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/109  16 June 1783

Petition: Elizabeth Carter of Jeffreys Rake, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/110  3 November 1783

Petition: John Makepeace, late of Allendshiels, for money expended on building  NRO 452/C/2/111  4 November 1783

Petition: Thomas Simpson of Elvet Bridge, Durham watchmaker, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/112  18 November 1783

Petition: Margaret Clark of St Nicholas, Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/113  19 November 1783

Petition: John Howe of Elvet, Durham, late bread baker, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/114  20 December 1783

Petition: Isabella White of Elvet, Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/115  25 February 1784

Petition: Rev William Warkman of Earsdon, for curacy augmentation  NRO 452/C/2/116  28 June 1784

Petition: Elizabeth Snowball, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/117  30 September 1784

Petition: Sarah Bell of Gilesgate, Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/118  30 September 1784

Petition: Jane Powe of St Oswald, Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/119  23 October 1784

Petition: Mrs M Hudson of Blanchland, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/120  29 October 1784

Petition: Thomas Wardle of Hartburn, joiner, for payment of surgeon's bill  NRO 452/C/2/121  16 December 1784

Petition: Ann Pringle of North Bailey, Durham, pastry cook, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/122  n.d

Petition: Thomas Peacock of Denton, Co Durham, schoolmaster, for repair to school house  NRO 452/C/2/123  1 February 1785

Petition: Sarah Harrison of Sadler St, Durham spinster, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/124  8 February 1785

Petition: James Thompson of Bishop Middleton, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/124a  15 Feb 1783

Petition: Dr Sharp for George Nelson, midshipman, for charitable loan  NRO 452/C/2/125  21 February 1785

Petition: Frances Bacon Forster of Oxford, for relief (2)  NRO 452/C/2/126  10 August 1785

Petition: Jane Porter of Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/127  5 September 1785

Petition: Frances Bacon Forster of Oxford, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/128  15 September 1785

Petition: Jane Porter of Durham, widow, re NRO 452/C/2/127  NRO 452/C/2/129  14 October 1785

Petition: The Dean of Carlisle, (Dr Ekins) for Miss Gamage of Worcester, for relief (2)  NRO 452/C/2/130  24 October 1785

Petition: John Weatherburn of Berwick, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/131  31 October 1785

Petition: Elizabeth Lough, wife of the schoolmaster of Stanhope, Co Durham for relief  NRO 452/C/2/132  1 November 1785

Petition: Patrick Dodds, late of Thornton, for loan towards meal business  NRO 452/C/2/133  10 December 1785

Petition: Patrick Dodds, late of Thornton, for loan towards meal business  NRO 452/C/2/134  23 December 1785

Petition: James Whitfield of Sadler Street, Durham, barber, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/135  n.d

Petition: Ann Pringle of North Bailey, Durham, gingerbread seller, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/136  January 1786

Petition: Ann Pringle of North Bailey, Durham, gingerbread seller, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/137  14 April 1786

Petition: Frances Bacon Forster of Oxford, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/138  1 June 1786

Petition: Henry Cury  NRO 452/C/2/138/  25 June 1786

Petition: Rev Henry Richardson, vicar of Coniscliffe, Co Durham, for vicarage repairs (with estimate)  NRO 452/C/2/139  8 August 1786

Petition: Rev W Warkman of Earsdon, for support for son at Cambridge  NRO 452/C/2/140  29 September 1786

Petition: M Hudson of Blanchland, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/141  2 October 1786

Petition: Elizabeth Lough of Stanhope, Co Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/142  8 November 1786

Petition: Jane Porter of Durham, widow, for aid to send son to Antigua  NRO 452/C/2/143  15 November 1786

Petition: Elizabeth Stout of Claypath, Durham widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/144  28 November 1786

Petition: John and Mary Hows of Elvet, Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/145  13 December 1786

Petition: Rev James Todd, curate of St Helen Auckland, for relief, re debtors  NRO 452/C/2/146  1786

Petition: Margaret Vesey of Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/147  n.d

Petition: The Dean of Carlisle for the two Misses Hutton, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/148  19 January 1787

Petition: Elizabeth Carter, late of Jeffreys Rake, now of Framwellgate, Co Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/149  8 June 1787

Petition: Rev Thomas Peacock, curate of Denton, Co Durham, for augmentation  NRO 452/C/2/150  28 July 1787

Petition: Frances Bacon Forster of Oxford, for increase of allowance  NRO 452/C/2/151  21 August 1787

Petition: Christopher Coates of Easington, Co Durham, schoolmaster for relief  NRO 452/C/2/152  19 September 1787

Petition: John Gargrave of Silver St., Durham retailer of groceries, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/153  19 September 1878

Petition: Elizabeth Glen of Sadler St, Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/154  6 December 1787

Petition: Christopher Coates of Easington, Co Durham, schoolmaster, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/155  30 May 1788

Petition: Jane Smith, wife of the vicar of Ellingham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/156  12 August, 18 September 1788

Petition: Jane Turnbull of Crossgate, Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/157  28 October 1788

Petition: William Wood of Eastgate, Co Durham, schoolmaster, for augmentation of annual donation  NRO 452/C/2/158  31 October 1788

Petition: John Gargrave of Silver St., Durham, retailer of groceries, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/159  6 November 1788

Petition: Dorothy Spearman for John Gargrave, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/160  20 November 1788

Petition: Martha Talbot of Crossgate, Durham widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/161  20 November 1788

Petition: Thomas Douglass of St Oswald, Durham, staymaker, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/162  10 December 1788

Petition: Middleton Teasdale of Newbrough, for assistance in rebuilding Newbrough church  NRO 452/C/2/163/1-5  19 December 1788

Petition: Elizabeth Oliver of Hall Garth St, Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/164  23 December 1788

Petition: Dorothy Richardson of Crossgate, Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/165  December 1788

Petition: John Dickinson of North Bailey, Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/166  8 January 1789

Petition: Jane Henderson, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/167  9 January 1789

Petition: Elizabeth Glen of Sadler St, Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/168  21 January 1789

Petition: Elizabeth Wilson of Crossgate, Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/169  21 January 1789

Petition: Burnop Gargrave Burnop, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/170  27 January 1789

Petition: Thomas Currey of Newham for help with medical expenses  NRO 452/C/2/171  21 June 1789

Petition: Dorothy Watson, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/172  11 October 1789

Petition: John Gargrave of Silver St, Durham, retailer of groceries, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/173  21 October 1789

Petition: Jane Turnbull of Crossgate, Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/174  6 November 1789

Petition: James Turbet of Sadler St, Durham, tailor, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/175  8/9 November 1789

Petition: Elizabeth Wilson of St Nicholas, Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/176  10 December 1789

Petition: John Dickinson of North Bailey, Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/177  16 December 1789

Petition: John Howe of St Oswald, Durham, weaver, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/178  24 December 1789

Petition: Martha Ancrum, daughter of William Ancrum of West Weetwood, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/179  n.d

Petition: John Atkinson, schoolmaster, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/180  n.d

Petition: Patrick Dodds of Newcastle, chandler, for loan  NRO 452/C/2/181  n.d

Petition: Richard Johnson of Gilesgate, Hexham, son of the late curate of Ovingham  NRO 452/C/2/182  n.d

Petition: Isabella Taylor of South Street, Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/183  n.d

Petition: W Taylor and others for Rev Thomas Thwaites of Tanfield, Co Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/184  2 January 1790

Petition: Jane Jackson of Hilltop, near Esh, Co Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/185  13 January 1790

Petition: Dorothy Watson of Bamburgh, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/186  14 June 1790

Petition: Margaret Vesey of Newcastle, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/187  22 January 1790

Petition: Dorothy Richardson of Crossgate, Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/188  27 January 1790

Petition: Magdalen Ancrum of London, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/189  March 1790

Petition: Robert Romer of Scremerston, fishery leasee, for lowering of rent  NRO 452/C/2/190  6 April 1790

Petition: Margaret Banks, widow of a singing man of Durham Cathedral, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/191  3 June 1790

Petition: Frances Bacon Forster of Oxford, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/192  3 June 1790

Petition: Eliza Douglas of George Square [London?], for Robert Robson of Greenfell farm, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/193  26 August 1790

Petition: Harriet Sedgwick of London for Miss Ancrum, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/194  4 October 1790

Petition: Harriet Sedgwick of London for Miss Ancrum, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/195  4 November 1790

Petition: Robert Wilkinson, of Claypath, Durham, former innholder, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/196  17 November 1790

Petition: Rev Daniel Paper of Stannington for relief re a bond due  NRO 452/C/2/197  18 December 1790

Petition: Rev James Todd, curate of St Helen Auckland, Co Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/198  20 December 1790

Petition: John Dickinson of North Bailey, Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/199  24 December 1790

Petition: Rev Jonathan Ivision, curate of Monkwearmouth, Co Durham, for relief, and Edw Ivison.  NRO 452/C/2/200/1-5  27 December 1790

Petition: Dorothy Richardson of Crossgate, Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/201  10 January 1791

Petition: Margery Banks of Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/202  2 March 1791

Petition: Isabella White, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/203  2 March 1791

Petition: Burnop G Burnop of Framwellgate, Co Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/204  2 March 1791

Petition: Jane Robinson of North Bailey, Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/205  2 March 1791

Petition: John Scaife of Framwellgate, Co Durham, weaver  NRO 452/C/2/206  2 March 1791

Petition: Ann Thwaits of Sunderland, Co Durham, for expenses on death Proud  NRO 452/C/2/207  29 September 1791

Petition: John Strother Ker of Nenthorn House, Berwickshire, for Martha Ancrum, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/208  11 October 1791

Petition: Rev Henry Latton of Woodhorn, for places for his daughters, a stop to Newbiggin church alterations and money for an M A hood  NRO 452/C/2/209  2 November 1791

Petition: Laetitia Rudd for Hannah Young of Framwellgate, Co Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/210  19 November 1791

Petition: Robert Wilkinson of Claypath, Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/211  16 December 1791

Petition: John Dickinson of North Bailey, Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/212  21 December 1791

Petition: Burnop Gargrave for support of son  NRO 452/C/2/213  20 December 1791

Petition: Isabella White of St Nicholas, Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/214  December 1791

Petition: Ann Mensforth of Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/215  n.d

Petition: Isabella Thompson of New Elvet, Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/216  3 January 1792

Petition: Dorothy Richardson of Crossgate, Durham widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/217  6 January 1792

Petition: Rev E A Hay Drummond for benefaction towards a schoolmaster's house, Caister, Rothbury parish  NRO 452/C/2/218  10 January 1792

Petition: Mary Turbett of Sadler St., Durham, spinster, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/219  13 January 1792

Petition: Mary Young of Old Elvet, Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/220  9 March 1792

Petition: Elizabeth Story of Old Elvet, Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/221  2 October 1792

Petition: Edward Davison of Brancepeth, Co Durham, for Mrs Bushby, widow of the curate of Sunderland, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/222  30 November 1792

Petition: Mary Crozier of South St., Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/223  11 December 1792

Petition: Dorothy Richardson of Crossgate, Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/224  December 1792

Petition: John Dickinson of North Bailey, Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/225  2 January 1793

Petition: Mary Turbett of Sadler St., Durham, spinster, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/226  21 January 1792

Petition: John and Joseph Ostens of Fleetham, tenants, for relief, re stockyard fire  NRO 452/C/2/227  15 October 1793

Petition: Esther Whitfield of Sadler Street, Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/228  16 October 1793

Petition: Benjamin Pye of Easington House, Co Durham, for Mr Simpson, apothecary, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/229  23 December 1793

Petition: Bamburgh Castle masons and carpenters for an increase in wages  NRO 452/C/2/230  n.d

Petition: Mary Turner, widow, and Elizabeth Armstrong, spinster, of Ryton, Co Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/231  28 July 1795

Petition: Jane Elliot of St Giles, Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/232  23 November 1795

Petition: Mary Darnton of Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/233  20 January 1796

Petition: Burnop Gargrave of Crossgate, Durham, for aid in son's schooling  NRO 452/C/2/234/A4  8 August and 24 November 1796, 22 March 1797

Petition: Rev William Shepherd, curate of Bolam, for relief towards setting up his daughter as a milliner  NRO 452/C/2/235/A2  5 December 1796

Petition: Patrick Dodds, formerly of Thornton, now of Berwick, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/236  26 September 1797

Petition: Judith Sharp, for Matthew Knight's education in Northants  NRO 452/C/2/237  7 October 1797

Petition: Burnop Gargrave Burnop of Queen Street, Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/238  3 January 1798

Petition: Ann Webster, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/239  15 March 1798

Petition: Rev Hudson Barnet of Blanchland for help towards enclosure expenses  NRO 452/C/2/240  20 June 1798

Petition: Rev George Goodwill, curate of Belford, et al, for Mary Forster, daughter of the Bamburgh parish clerk, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/241  1 August 1798

Petition: Elizabeth Armstrong and Mary Turner of Ryton, Co Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/242  10 August 1798

Petition: Robert Grey of Swinhow [illegible; damp damage]  NRO 452/C/2/243  19 November 1802

Petition: Rev Michael Maughan of Bamburgh Castle, for his house to be painted  NRO 452/C/2/244  6 February 1805

Petition: W H Baker of Stoutshill, for money for apprenticeship of Augusta Sophia Richardes in Bath  NRO 452/C/2/245  13 July 1805

Petition: The Bishop of Rochester for Edmund Hastings, artist, for a lay figure  NRO 452/C/2/246  12 August 1805

Petition: The curate and chapelwardens of Sadberge, Co Durham, for benefaction to school  NRO 452/C/2/247  1 September 1805

Petition: Rev Thomas Davison, vicar of Hartburn, for maintenance of Mary Wood, lunatic  NRO 452/C/2/248  6 January 1806

Petition: Constantia Gray of Shoreston for relief of her grand daughter Henrietta Hall  NRO 452/C/2/249  13 July 1806

Petition: William Wear of Durham, postman, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/250  1806

Petition: Rebecca Bradford of Framwellgate, Co Durham, widow, for relief [to the Dean and Chapter]  NRO 452/C/2/251  30 March 1807

Petition: Isabella Watson, daughter of the late curate of Kelloe, Co Durham, for apprentice fee  NRO 452/C/2/252  April 1807

Petition: Rev Alexander Duncan, vicar of Bolam, for repairs to vicarage house  NRO 452/C/2/253  19 September 1807

Petition: Rev Joseph Barnes of Berwick, for erection of schoolroom  NRO 452/C/2/254  14 December 1807

Petition: Ann Punshon of Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/255  22 December 1807, also 8 February 1806 and 20 Nov 1806

Petition: Eleanor Nelson, daughter of Ralph Nelson, merchant of Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/256  1807

Petition: Rebecca Finlay, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/257  9 February 1808

Petition: Ann Mansforth of Sadler Street, Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/258  19 February 1808

Petition: Sarah Clark of Durham widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/259  1 March 1908

Petition: John Humble of Felling, Co Durham, for Thomas Brown, builder of Blanchland bridge  NRO 452/C/2/260  17 March 1808

Petition: Elizabeth Garth of Allergate, Durham single woman, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/261  18 March 1808

Petition: William Cokayne of Bamburgh, for repairs and salary increase  NRO 452/C/2/262  2 April 1808

Petition: Margaret Richardson of Claypath, Durham widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/263  5 April 1808

Petition: Judith Sharp for Lieut Jacon Silver, R N, for daughter's education  NRO 452/C/2/264  5 April 1808

Petition: Mr Bowlt of Durham, for correct estimate of leased land  NRO 452/C/2/265  6 April 1808

Petition: Mrs M Robinson of Middle Henson, Middlesex, for the son of the late Lieut Robertson  NRO 452/C/2/266  11 April, 1808

Petition: Mary Wood of Bamburgh for additional acreage  NRO 452/C/2/267  20 April 1808

Petition: Elizabeth Baxter of Stamfordham, widow of the previous curate, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/268  2 September 1808

Petition: John Dinning of Newlands, for surrender of Mrs Hall's farm  NRO 452/C/2/269  26 September 1808

Petition: Isabella Goodwill, widow of the curate of Belford  NRO 452/C/2/270  16 November 1808

Petition: George Silvertop of Minsteracres, for tithes of Shotley  NRO 452/C/2/271  3 December 1808

Petition: The Rector of Lincoln College, Oxford, for repairs to All Saints, Oxford  NRO 452/C/2/272  27 December 1808

Petition: Mrs M Robinson of Middle Hendon, Middlesex, for the children of the late Lieut Robertson  NRO 452/C/2/273  8 March 1809

Petition: Rev John Smith, vicar of Newcastle, for augmentation of curacies  NRO 452/C/2/274  11 April 1809

Petition: The Minister, chapelwardens and inhabitants of Heworth, Co Durham for the enlargement of the chapel  NRO 452/C/2/275  10 July 1809

Petition: Mary Shipley of St Giles, Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/276  30 October 1809

Petition: Rev W Procter, perpetual curate of Alnwick, for benefaction for son at Cambridge  NRO 452/C/2/277  20 November 1809

Petition: Catharine Bowness, wife of the late sub curate of Witton le Wear, Co Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/278  1809

Petition: The Trustees of Sadberge School, Co Durham, for extension  NRO 452/C/2/279  1809

Petition: Nathaniel Hollingsworth, secretary to the Hartlepool Lifeboat Committee, Co Durham, for subscription  NRO 452/C/2/280  undated

Petition: George Newby of Witton le Wear, Co Durham for Catharine Bowness, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/281  2 March 1810

Petition: Mrs M Robinson of Middle Hendon, Middlesex, for the children of the late Lieut Robertson  NRO 452/C/2/282  10 October 1810

Petition: John Griffith of Durham, solicitor, for turnpike road from Stanhope  NRO 452/C/2/283  13 October 1810

Petition: William Humble and Rev Andrew Boult of Bamburgh, for discharge of debt on Wood's farm, Bamburgh  NRO 452/C/2/284  30 January 1811

Petition: Rev H Gauntlett of Olney, Bucks, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/285  9 May 1823

Petition: James Marshall of Camden Town, London, gentleman, et al., for Mrs Fell, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/286  12 June 1823

Petition: Rev A Hutcheson, minister of Warenford Scotch Presbyterian Chapel, et al., for chapel rebuilding  NRO 452/C/2/287  23 August 1823

Petition: W B Wrightson of Cusworth, Doncaster, Yorks, for benefaction for provision of minister, Mickley chapel of ease  NRO 452/C/2/288  1 September 1823

Petition: Mrs C B Oliphant for Rev H Gauntlett for relief  NRO 452/C/2/289  1 September 1823

Petition: Rev T Harrison, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/290  11 November 1823

Petition: Rev W Haigh and Wooler Committee for fire loss, for subscription  NRO 452/C/2/291  18 November 1823

Petition: George Willins of North Shields, for relief in blindness cases  NRO 452/C/2/292  29 November 1823

Petition: Surtees Bell of Blanchland, leadminer, for examination in timber dispute  NRO 452/C/2/293  3 December 1823

Petition: Ann Sanderson, of Bishop Auckland, Co Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/294  17 December 1823

Petition: Rev Lancelot Clarke and the inhabitants of Wolviston and Newton Bewley, Co Durham, for enlargement of chapel  NRO 452/C/2/295  undated

Petition: Hugh Buchan of Elgin, for subscription for episcopal chapel  NRO 452/C/2/296  6 January 1824

Petition: Sarah Dixon of Witton Gilbert, Co Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/297  20 January 1824

Petition: Catherine Horsley of Newgate Street, Newcastle, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/298  29 January 1824

Petition: Alice Brown of Darlington, Co Durham for relief  NRO 452/C/2/299  2 February 1824

Petition: John Fender and George Fender, Junior, of North Sunderland, blacksmiths, for another cottage  NRO 452/C/2/300  15 March 1824

Petition: John Hall of Newbiggin (covering letter only)  NRO 452/C/2/301  28 June 1824

Petition: Mrs Andrew Sharpe of Clare Hall, nr Barnet, Herts, for widow of Robert Bloomfield, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/302  14 July 1824

Petition: Rev William Terret, vicar of Grindon, Co Durham for arrears due  NRO 452/C/2/303  29 July 1824

Petition: Rev John Barnett, late curate of Whickham, Co Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/304  2 September 1824

Petition: The inhabitants of Hetton le Hole, Co Durham, for aid to build a chapel of ease  NRO 452/C/2/305  undated

Petition: Isabella Milburn of Sunderland, Co Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/306  11 January 1825

Petition: Edward Dale of Ryhope, Co Durham, for subscription to chapel of ease there  NRO 452/C/2/307  10 September 1825

Petition: Nicholas Weatherly, secretary of the committee, for subscription to enlargement of Belford church  NRO 452/C/2/308  24 September 1825

Contents:
2 letters and ground plan

Petition: Rev John Davison of Washington, Co Durham for Jane Green, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/309  25 September 1825

Petition: Jane Smithson of the Infirmary, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/310  20 October 1825

Petition: Joseph Whitfield of Newcastle, cartman, for son's apprentice fee  NRO 452/C/2/311  19 October 1825

Petition: Rev L V Vernon of Stokesley, Yorks, for Mary Thompson of Ayton, Yorks, widow  NRO 452/C/2/312  26 October 1825

Petition: Rev Robert Grey, rector of Sunderland, Co Durham, for James Dougles's apprentice fee  NRO 452/C/2/313  1 November 1825

Petition: Rev J Cundill, vicar of Stockton, Co Durham for erection of church gallery  NRO 452/C/2/314  15 November 1825

Petition: Ann Sanderson of Bishop Auckland, Co Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/315  22 November 1825

Petition: Mary Elizabeth Taylor, widow of J B Taylor, of Bishopwearmouth, Co Durham, surgeon, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/316  23 November 1825

4 items

Petition: Rev Anthony Allinson, curate of Longbenton, for son's apprentice fee  NRO 452/C/2/317  25 November 1825

Petition: Rev Joseph Barnes of Berwick, for exhibition for son at Cambridge  NRO 452/C/2/318  28 November 1825

Petition: Rev J Furness of Ponteland, for son's apprentice fee  NRO 452/C/2/319  2 December 1825

Petition: Rev H Johnson of Bywell, for maintenance of Miss Harrison  NRO 452/C/2/320  7 December 1825

Petition: Rev R Lowther of Birtley, Co Durham, for daughter's apprentice fee  NRO 452/C/2/321  10 December 1825

Petition: Rev Charles Wray Haddelsey of London, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/322  10 December 1825

Petition: Rev Thomas Bland of Alwinton, for daughter's apprenticeship  NRO 452/C/2/323  12 December 1825

Petition: Rev Robert Greenwood of Blyth, for son's apprentice fee  NRO 452/C/2/324  13 December 1825

Petition: Joseph Thompson of Lanchester, Co Durham, for aid to Sunday School  NRO 452/C/2/325  30 December 1825

Petition: Rev Robert Lowther of Birtley, Northumberland, for daughter's apprentice fee  NRO 452/C/2/326  2 January 1826

Petition: Rev Charles Wray Haddelsey of London, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/327  3 January 1876

Petition: Committee for building a church at Winlaton, for aid  NRO 452/C/2/328  [January 1826]

2 items

Petition: John Thackeray of Hadley, for relief for an officer's widow  NRO 452/C/2/329  4 January 1826

Petition: Rev W Wilson, rector of Wolsingham, Co Durham, for apprentice fee for son of Rev Peter Jonn  NRO 452/C/2/330  12 January 1826

Petition: Rev C H Hyde, rector of Wareham, Dorset, for relief for his clerk  NRO 452/C/2/331  21 January 1826

Petition: Rev W Wilson, rector of Wolsingham, Co Durham; thanks and further enquiry  NRO 452/C/2/332  13 February 1826

Petition: Rev Thomas Bland of Alwinton for daughter's apprentice fees  NRO 452/C/2/333  17 Febuary 1826

Petition: Joseph Alexander of Berwick, for daughter's relief  NRO 452/C/2/334  20 february 1826

Petition: William Ostens, former tenant, now of Liverpool, ship's steward, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/335  20 February 1826

Petition: Jane Penelope Watkins of Bath, Somerset, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/336  23 February 1826

Petition: Rev Richard Bainbridge, late curate of Ancroft and Tweedmouth, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/337  22 April 1826

Petition: Rev Charles Wray Haddelsey of London, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/338  27 April 1826

Petition: Elizabeth Gray of Bishopwearmouth, Co Durham, for Margaret Ayre's apprentice fee  NRO 452/C/2/339  16 May 1826

Petition: Rev Richard Close, curate of Hunstanworth, for assistance in sons' education  NRO 452/C/2/340  22 May 1826

Petition: Mary Bacon Forster of London, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/341  1 June 1826

Petition: William Weatherhead of Berwick, cooper, for aid to build a shield for fisheries  NRO 452/C/2/342  19 June 1826

Petition: Mrs Lonsdale of Sunderland, Co Durham, for aid in education  NRO 452/C/2/343  12 July 1826

Petition: Mary Humble of Birtley, Co Durham, for aid in education  NRO 452/C/2/344  12 July 1826

Petition: John Rogers of Belford, for University Exhibition  NRO 452/C/2/345  17 July 1826

Petition: Eliza Dampier of Tunbridge Wells, Kent, for help with funeral expenses  NRO 452/C/2/346  24 July 1826

Petition: Mary Bacon Forster of Southwark, London, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/347  24 July 1826

Petition: Rev Robert Lowther of Birtley, Co Durham, for daughter's apprentice fee  NRO 452/C/2/348  15 November 1826

Petition: Bartholomew Younghusband of Bamburgh, for clearance of Whinney Moor  NRO 452/C/2/349  13 December 1826

Petition: Rev Charles Wray Haddelsey of London, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/350  January 1827

Petition: Margaret and Sarah Forster of Warkworth, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/351  January 1827

Petition: Anne Wilkinson, widow of the curate of St Nicholas, Newcastle, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/352  7 February 1827

Petition: Jane Penelope Watkins of Salisbury, Wilts, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/353  27 February 1827

Petition: Robert Grey of Shoreston, for apprentice fee for the children of Rev W Lawson  NRO 452/C/2/354  9 February 1827

Petition: Rev Richard Waistell of Cleasby, Yorks  NRO 452/C/2/355  7 March 1827

Petition: Monkwearmouth, Co Durham, parishioners' committee for a new organ, for aid  NRO 452/C/2/356  15 March 1827

Petition: Rev Joseph Barnes of Berwick for Jess and Jane Marjoribanks, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/357  2 April 1827

Petition: Jane Penelope Watkins of Salisbury, Wilts, for relief for mother's funeral  NRO 452/C/2/358  13 April 1827

Petition: Rev William Towns of London, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/359  25 May 1827

Petition: Charlotte Erskine of Edinburgh, for Mrs Mary Davison of Sunderland, Co Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/360  16 June 1827

Petition: Rev James Manisty, Vicar of Edlingham, for subscription towards parochial stable  NRO 452/C/2/361  23 June 1827

Petition: Rev Joseph Rooke of Clerkenwell, Middlesex, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/362  28 June 1827

Petition: Rev Richard Waistell, curate of Cleasby, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/363  20 July 1827

Petition: Elizabeth Todd, widow of Rev James Todd, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/364  11 August 1827

Petition: Catherine Sanderson [of Belford], single woman, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/365  3 September, 1827

Petition: Rev George Hyde of Wareham, Dorset, for relief for his clerk  NRO 452/C/2/366  5 September 1827

Petition: Edmund Hastings of London, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/367  18 September 1827

Petition: George Selby Thompson of Alnwick, for maintenance at Cambridge  NRO 452/C/2/368  26 September 1827

Petition: Thomas Walker of Durham for assistance in admission to Cambridge  NRO 452/C/2/369  26 September 1827

Petition: The Vicar of Merrington, Co Durham, et al, for aid for a chapel of ease at Ferryhill, Co Durham  NRO 452/C/2/370  27 September 1827

Petition: Thomas Dickinson, master of Heighington School, Co Durham, for his father, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/371  3 November 1827

Petition: Rev Joseph Ireland of Edmondbyers, Co Durham, for apprentice fees  NRO 452/C/2/372  7 November 1827

Petition: Rev Charles Wray Haddelsey of London, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/373  15 November 1827

Petition: Elizabeth Goodchild, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/374  16 November 1827

Petition: Rev Thomas Davies of London, for apprentice fee  NRO 452/C/2/375  24 November 1827

Petition: Rev Richard Bainbridge of Wakefield, Yorks, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/376  29 November 1827. Another 2 June 1827

Petition: Rev J Furnass of Ponteland, for son's education  NRO 452/C/2/377  1 December 1827

Petition: Mary Elizabeth Taylor of Bishopwearmouth, Co Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/378  8 December 1827

Petition: Jacob and John Readshaw of Durham, for help against harassment of mother by Derwent Lead Company  NRO 452/C/2/379  17 December 1827

Petition: Rev Robert Harrison of Blanchland, for augmentation  NRO 452/C/2/380  24 December 1827

Petition: John Collinson, treasurer of Newcastle Lying In Hospital, for aid towards a new building  NRO 452/C/2/381  24 December 1827

Petition: Rev Michael Maughan, for suggestion for grandson's college  NRO 452/C/2/382  24 December 1827

Petition: Mary Bacon Forster of Southwark, London, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/383  28 December 1827

Petition: Rev Robert Thompson of Bishop Auckland, Co Durham, for augmentation  NRO 452/C/2/384  19 December 1827

Petition: Joshua Blenk of Blanchland, innkeeper, against notice to quit  NRO 452/C/2/385/1-5  5 January 1828

Contents:
With signed memo

Petition: Rev Bulkeley Bandinel, rector of Haughton le Skerne, Co Durham, for new chapel at Sadberge, Co Durham  NRO 452/C/2/386  12 January 1828

Petition: Rev Thomas Davies of London, for apprentice fee  NRO 452/C/2/387  15 January 1828

Petition: Margaret Forster of Warkworth, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/388  18 January 1828

Petition: Committee of Brancepeth, Co Durham, inhabitants, for Sunday School  NRO 452/C/2/389/1-3  11 February 1828

Petition: Rev J Furness of Ponteland, for apprentice fees  NRO 452/C/2/390  25 February 1828

Petition: The Rector of Lincoln College, Oxford, for new gallery and organ in All Saints, Oxford  NRO 452/C/2/391  27 February 1828

Petition: Rev William Towne of London, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/392  8 March 1828

Petition: Rev William Hawks, rector of Gateshead Fell, Co Durham, et al, for additional subscription to new church, St John  NRO 452/C/2/393  10 March 1828

Petition: Inhabitants of mining districts on the Derwent, for Trustees' support of their petition to Parliament against lead imports  NRO 452/C/2/394  13 March 1828

Petition: Rev Thomas Gibson of Hamsterley, Co Durham, for daughter's apprentice fee  NRO 452/C/2/395  25 April 1828

Petition: William Jameson of Cowbyers, Blanchland, for renumeration re lease  NRO 452/C/2/396  3 May 1828

Petition: John Fairbairn, of Newcastle, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/397  31 May 1828

Petition: Rev James Allgood, vicar of Felton, et al, for Ann Leishman for relief  NRO 452/C/2/398  4 June 1828

Petition: George Selby Thompson of Alnwick, for maintenance at University  NRO 452/C/2/399  3 July 1828

Petition: Elizabeth Alderson of Norton, Co Durham, schoolmistress, for benefaction towards fee school  NRO 452/C/2/400  8 July 1828

Petition: The tithe payers of Shotley, against over valuation of tithes  NRO 452/C/2/401  n.d

Petition: Rev Joseph Ireland of Newcastle, for wife's stipend  NRO 452/C/2/402  8 July 1828

Petition: Maria Crosthwaite, widow of the late curate of Houghton le Spring, Co Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/403  8 July 1828

Petition: Jane and Henrietta Salkeld of Durham, spinsters, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/404  16 July 1828

Petition: Ann Lishman of Framlington, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/405  18 August 1828

Petition: Rev Ralph Errington of Cowpen, for augmentation of Widdrington  NRO 452/C/2/406  8 September 1828

Petition: Rev J Inley, for new church at North Shields, (covering letter only)  NRO 452/C/2/407  9 September 1828

Petition: George Wilkinson of Sunderland, Co Durham, surgeon, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/408  September 1828

Petition: Rev John Sandford, vicar of Chillingham, for erection of gallery, and Sunday school  NRO 452/C/2/409  15 September 1828

Petition: Mary Elizabeth Taylor of Bishopwearmouth, Co Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/410  n.d

Petition: Rev John Payton, curate of Ryhope, Co Durham, for parsonage house  NRO 452/C/2/411  20 September 1828

Petition: Rev Joseph Barnes of Berwick for Jess Marshbansk, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/412  24 September 1828

Petition: Rev Thomas Waites of Sunderland, Co Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/413  25 September 1828

Petition: Elizabeth Todd of St Helen Auckland, Co Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/414  26 September 1828

Petition: Rev J Messenger of Bamburgh, for Mrs Barker's daughter's apprentice fee  NRO 452/C/2/415  26 September 1828

Petition: Elizabeth Jones, widow of Rev Edward Jones of Gloucester, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/416  30 September 1828

Petition: Mary Goodchild of Monkwearmouth, Co Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/417  4 October 1828

Petition: Margaret Langham of Bishopwearmouth, Co Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/418  4 October 1828

Petition: Jane Sinclair of Berwick, widow, and Jess Marjoribanks of Berwick, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/419  30 December 1828

Petition: Cuthbert Snowball, surveyor, and other inhabitants of Blanchland, for improvement of the road  NRO 452/C/2/420  30 December 1828

Petition: Rev H K Collinson, perpetual curate of Castle Eden, Co Durham, for augmentation  NRO 452/C/2/421  19 January 1829

Petition: Rev George Stephenson of Bishopwearmouth, Co Durham, for a vicarage house  NRO 452/C/2/422  26 January 1829

Petition: Rev Charles Crewe of Upton on Severn, Worcs, for relief for Mrs Guilding of Bromley College  NRO 452/C/2/423  7 February 1829

Petition: Rev John Tyson, chaplain of St Edmund's hospital, Gateshead, Co Durham, for son's apprentice fee  NRO 452/C/2/424  27 February 1829

Petition: Jane Valley of Gloucester for Anne and Eleanor Peart, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/425  28 February 1829

Petition: Rev Jospeh Thompson of Lanchester, Co Durham et al, for Satley, Co Durham, chapel enlargement  NRO 452/C/2/426  20 March 1829

Petition: Rev Richard Marshall of Unthank, Shotley, for additional improvements to the glebe house  NRO 452/C/2/427  31 March 1829

Petition: Rev Joseph Barnes of Berwick for Miss Rhodes, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/428  21 April 1829

Petition: Rev Robert Ellis, for augmentation of curacy of Acaster Malbis, Yorks  NRO 452/C/2/429  27 April 1829

Petition: William Humble of Bamburgh Castle, to succeed his father in law, Rev M Maughan, as castle agent  NRO 452/C/2/430  13 May 1829

Petition: Rev Charles Wray Haddelsey of London, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/431  6 June 1829

Petition: Sarah Guilding of Bromley College, Kent, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/432  9 June 1829

Petition: Ann Lishman of Framlington, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/433  12 June 1829

Petition: Rev Robert Young et al, for St Andrews, Fife, Episcopal chapel  NRO 452/C/2/434  15 June 1829

Petition: Rev Thomas Scott of Bromley College, Kent, for Mrs Guilding, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/435  23 June 1829

Petition: Charles Burnett of North Shields, for Maughan's position  NRO 452/C/2/436  30 June 1829

Petition: Rev George Dobson, curate of Felton, for son's education  NRO 452/C/2/437  3 July 1829

Petition: William Humble of Bamburgh Friars, for repairs to farm  NRO 452/C/2/438  8 July 1829

Petition: Rev William Proctor, perpetual curate of Alnwick, for Maughan's position for his son  NRO 452/C/2/439  8 July 1829

Petition: Rev Henry Gauntlett, vicar of Olney, Bucks, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/440  10 July 1829

Petition: Jane and Henrietta Salkeld, for relief, for imbecile sister  NRO 452/C/2/441  10 July 1829

Petition: Rev Joseph Dawson, curate of Muggleswick, Co Durham for church rebuilding  NRO 452/C/2/442  10 July 1829

Petition: Rev C Robinson, vicar of Kirknewton, for parish stable and school  NRO 452/C/2/443  14 July 1829

Petition: Rev W Kennicott, for the enlargement of Monkwearmouth church, Co Durham  NRO 452/C/2/444  17 July 1829

Petition: Frederick Beavans of Wolsingham, Co Durham for loan of surgical studies  NRO 452/C/2/445  21 July 1829

Petition: Rev John Armstrong, perpetual curate of Westoe, Co Durham, for additinal tier of pews  NRO 452/C/2/446  21 July 1829

Petition: Edmund Hastings of Durham, artist, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/447  July 1829

Petition: Rev John Hayton, curate of Sunderland, Co Durham, for son;s articles fees  NRO 452/C/2/448  8 August 1829

Petition: Rev Jonathan Ackroyd, of Ovenden, nr Halifax, Yorkshire, for building of new church  NRO 452/C/2/449  24 August 1829

Petition: Margaret Langham of Bishopwearmouth, Co Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/450  August 1829

Petition: Rev Edward Cooke of Bywell St Peter, for augmentation  NRO 452/C/2/451  12 September 1829

Petition: Mrs M Heron for Ann Stanley, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/452  19 September 1829

Petition: M Maughan Humble of Bamburgh for an exhibition  NRO 452/C/2/453  20 September 1829

Petition: Edward Grey of Bamburgh, for lease of field  NRO 452/C/2/454  25 September 1829

Petition: Nicholas Bennett for the Trustees of Edmondbyers turnpike, for bridge  NRO 452/C/2/455  27 September 1829

Petition: Elizabeth Todd of St Helen Auckland, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/456  28 September 1829

Petition: Mary Heron for Ann Stanley, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/457  September 1829

Petition: Rev Dr M Russell of Leith, Edinburgh, for building an episcopal chapel  NRO 452/C/2/458  10 October 1829

Petition: Robert Rutherford et al, of Bamburgh, for permission to shoot rabbits at Bamburgh  NRO 452/C/2/459  22 October 1829

Petition: Rev Robert Harrison of Blanchland, for farm buildings  NRO 452/C/2/460  26 October 1829

Petition: Mr Grey of Shoreston, for alterations  NRO 452/C/2/461  2 November 1829

Petition: Rev George Thompson of Copt Hill, Weardale, Co Durham, for costs re parsonage house  NRO 452/C/2/462  4 November 1829

Petition: Colin Mackenzie, trustee of the Scotch Episcopal Fund for subscription to Peebles Chapel  NRO 452/C/2/463/1,2  10 November 1829

Petition: Rev Richard Waistell of Cleasby, Yorks, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/464  12 November 1829

Petition: Robert Lowther, Birtley, Northumberland, for repair of parsonage house  NRO 452/C/2/465  16 November 1829

Petition: Rev James Carr of Darlington, Co Durham, for building chapel at Cockerton, Co Durham  NRO 452/C/2/466  18 November 1829

Contents:
('Estimate required').

Petition: Rev Henry Warkman of Earsdon, for rebuilding church  NRO 452/C/2/467  21 November 1829

Petition: Harriet Watkins of Burnett, nr Bath, Somerset, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/468  5 December 1829

Petition: Mary Bacon Forster of Southward, London, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/469  28 December 1829

Petition: Rev William Kell, rector of Corsenside, for son's exhibition  NRO 452/C/2/470  13 January 1830

Petition: Rev Edmund Hopper, sub curate of Blanchland, et al, for patent heating stone in church  NRO 452/C/2/471  18 January 1830

Petition: Ann Wilson of Bishopwearmouth, Co Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/472  19 January 1830

Petition: R Robson of Alnwick Castle for support for road alterations for mail  NRO 452/C/2/473  22 January 1830

Petition: Clement Pattison of Berwick for subscription for fisheries improvement bill  NRO 452/C/2/474  18 February 1830

Petition: John Embleton of Bamburgh, for bottles for surgery  NRO 452/C/2/475  1 March 1830

Petition: Rev H K Collinson of Castle Eden, Co Durham, for augmentation of perpetual curacy  NRO 452/C/2/476  4 March 1830

Petition: Rev John Finley of North Shields, for building new church  NRO 452/C/2/477  9 March 1830

Petition: Sarah Brownrigg of Elwick, Co Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/478  19 April 1830

Petition: Rev John Dodd, vicar of Newcastle, for building Benwell chapel of ease  NRO 452/C/2/479  28 April 1830

Contents:
Printed paper.

Petition: Robert Wilson of Bamburgh, for conversion of barn (estimate only)  NRO 452/C/2/480  28 April 1830

Petition: Rev Robert Harrison, curate of Blanchland, et al, for erection of poorhouse  NRO 452/C/2/481  April 1830

Petition: Rev Charles Wray Haddelsey of London, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/482  4 May 1830

Petition: Ann Lishman of Framlington, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/483  10 May 1830

Petition: Rev Robert Gray, rector of Sunderland, Co Durham, et al, for building parsonage house at Bishopwearmouth, Co Durham  NRO 452/C/2/484  15 May 1830

Petition: Jane Lofthouse of Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/485  17 May 1830

Petition: John Grey of Millfield, Co Durham, for Miss Potts for relief to emigrate  NRO 452/C/2/486  18 May 1830

Petition: Sarah Hadwen of Lutterworth, Leics, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/487  20 May 1830

Petition: Charlotte Trevor Scurlock of Pimlico, London, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/488  31 May 1830

Petition: Rev J Rooke, of London, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/489  5 June 1830

Petition: Rev George Dobson, curate of Felton  NRO 452/C/2/490  17 June 1830

Petition: Bishop George Gleig of Stirling, for enlargement of Brechin episcopal chapel  NRO 452/C/2/491  3 July 1830

Petition: Rev J Rooke of London, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/492  5 July 1830

Petition: Robert and Abraham Bell of Emley, Shotley, farmers, against tithe imbalance  NRO 452/C/2/493  5 July 1830

Petition: Jane and Henrietta Salkeld of Durham spinsters, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/494  12 July 1830

Petition: Rev William Ives, vicar of Haltwhistle, for endowment of Beltingham chapel  NRO 452/C/2/495  12 July 1830

Petition: Rev Henry Gauntlett of Olney, Bucks, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/496  15 July 1830

Petition: Catherine Marsh of Bromley College, Kent, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/497  15 July 1830

Petition: Rev Thomas Baker, rector of Whitburn, Co Durham, for subscription to Whitburn lifeboat  NRO 452/C/2/498  16 July 1830

Petition: Rev John Armstrong, perpetual curate of Wallsend, for the erection of galleries  NRO 452/C/2/499  16 July 1830

Petition: Rev Robert Lowther of Birtley Hall, Co Durham, for rebuilding parsonage house  NRO 452/C/2/500  24 July 1830

Petition: G Wellesley of Bishopwearmouth, Co Durham, for Mrs Langham for relief  NRO 452/C/2/501  7 August 1830

Petition: Mary Dean of London for her brothers, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/502  28 August 1830

Petition: Mary Heron of New Elvet, Durham for Ann Stanley, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/503  4 September 1830

Petition: Thomas Vincent, chairman of Hartlepool Port Commissioners, for aid to repair pier (with Milton's printed report)  NRO 452/C/2/504  10 September 1830

Petition: Harriet Howell of Clifton, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/505  17 September 1830

Petition: Rev John Armstrong, perpetual curate of Wallsend, for erection of galleries  NRO 452/C/2/506  17 September 1830

Contents:
Incl plan.

Petition: Dorothy Davison of Swarland Park for Capt and Mrs Swan of Felton, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/507  21 September 1830

Petition: Rev Charles Perigal of Ellingham for James Athey, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/508  25 September 1830

Petition: Alexander Maclennan, for Fort William, Inverness, episcopal chapel  NRO 452/C/2/509  29 September 1830

Petition: Elizabeth Todd of St Helen, Auckland, Co Durham, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/510  12 October 1830

Petition: Mrs M Dean of London for her brothers for relief  NRO 452/C/2/511  12 October 1830

Petition: The chapelwardens of Whitley, for repairs to chapel  NRO 452/C/2/512  15 October 1830

Petition: George Wilson of North Sunderland, mason, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/513  16 October 1830

Petition: Rev William Thompson of Crowhall, nr Blyth, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/514  30 October 1830

Petition: Ann Rawes, widow of the curate of Stamfordham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/515  28 December 1830

Petition: Richard Fell, secretary to South Shields and Westoe Board of Health, Co Durham, for subscription (with poster)  NRO 452/C/2/516  10 January 1831

Petition: Rev William Haigh, vicar of Wooler, for the Presbyterian minister for relief  NRO 452/C/2/517  26 February 1831

Petition: Inhabitants of Longbenton for Rev Mr Allison for relief  NRO 452/C/2/518  3 March 1831

Petition: Rev Thomas Baker of Whitburn rectory, Co Durham for children of Rev William Lawson, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/519  3 March 1831

Petition: Sarah Swan of Path Head Cottage, nr Felton, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/520  11 March 1831

Petition: Rev Edward Wilson, perpetual curate of St John, nr Keswick, Cumberland, for relief, to enfranchise glebe lands  NRO 452/C/2/521  21 March 1831

Petition: Rev John Grenside of Hurworth on Tees, Co Durham, to enlarge church  NRO 452/C/2/522  2 April 1831

Petition: Rev Henry Armstrong, curate of Slaley, for repair of church  NRO 452/C/2/523  14 April 1831

Petition: Henry Perceval of Washington, Co Durham for a chapel at Usworth, Co Durham  NRO 452/C/2/524  20 April 1831

Petition: Rev William Haigh, vicar of Wooler, for apprentice fee for daughter of late curate of Doddington  NRO 452/C/2/525  4 May 1831

Petition: Rev M Wade, convenor, for Paisley, Renfrewshire, episcopal chapel  NRO 452/C/2/526/1,2  6 June 1831

Contents:
With printed paper.

Petition: George Charlton of Durham, labourer, for place for daughter in Bamburgh school  NRO 452/C/2/527  6 JUne 1831

Petition: Rev Charles Wray Haddelsey of London, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/528  9 June 1831

Petition: Rev Robert Lowther of Birtley, Co Durham, for the maintenance of son at St Bee's  NRO 452/C/2/529  16 June 1831

Petition: Rev William Thompson, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/530  17 June, 1831

Petition: Rev Robert Grey of Sunderland, Co Durham, et al, for aparsonage house at Hilton on Wear, Co Durham  NRO 452/C/2/531  29 June 1831

Petition: Elizabeth Dixon, widow of the curate of Norham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/532  5 July 1831

Petition: Rev Henry Gauntlett of Olney, Bucks, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/533  8 July 1831

Petition: Rev Anthony Watson, curate of Holy Island, for son's education  NRO 452/C/2/534  11 July 1831

Petition: The Committee of Management for enlargement of Hurworth Church, Co Durham  NRO 452/C/2/535  12 July 1831

Petition: Rev W Temple, vicar of Walton, for new church at Seaham Harbour, Co Durham  NRO 452/C/2/536  14 July 1831

Petition: Charlotte Sourlook of Pimlico, London, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/537  15 July 1831

Petition: John Brewster, Jun of Greatham, Co Durham, for new church at Seaton Carew, Co Durham  NRO 452/C/2/538  15 July 1831

Petition: Jane and Henrietta of Durham, spinsters, for sister, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/539  16 July 1831. 6 Jan 1831 also

Petition: Jane Moffett of Red Barns, Bamburgh, for tenancy reversion  NRO 452/C/2/540  23 August 1831

Petition: Rev Thomas Baker of Whitburn, Co Durham, for Mrs Goodchild of Sunderland, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/541  10 September 1831

Petition: Robert Hall and William Scott of Berwick, for fisheries lease  NRO 452/C/2/542  12 September 1831

Petition: Jane Watkins of London, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/543  21 September 1831

Petition: Mary Heron of New Elvet, Durham, for Ann Stanley, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/544  23 September 1831

Petition: Mary Bacon Forster of Southwark, London, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/545  September 1831

Petition: Mary Marshall of London, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/546  30 September 1831

Petition: [Illegible]  NRO 452/C/2/547  [n.d.]

Petition: William Walker of Sunderland, Co Durham, fisherman, for temporary cowhouse  NRO 452/C/2/548  October 1831

Petition: Joseph Wright, vestry clerk of Sunderland, Co Durham, for repair of St John's chapel  NRO 452/C/2/549/1-3  1 October 1831

Contents:
Incl printed paper.

Petition: [Illegible] Thos Carpenter, Bamburgh  NRO 452/C/2/550  4 Oct 1831

Petition: Mary and Frances Ostens of Fleetham, for tenancy reversion  NRO 452/C/2/551  10 October 1831

Petition: John Appleby of North Sunderland et al, against increased harbour dues  NRO 452/C/2/552/1-3  20 October 1831

Contents:
Incl printed paper of harbour dues.

Petition: William Humble of Bamburgh Friars, for house alterations  NRO 452/C/2/553  31 October 1831

Petition: Jane Rogerson [illegible].  NRO 452/C/2/554  [n.d.]

Petition: Rev W S Temple of Durham for improvement of Aycliffe, Co Durham, vicarage house  NRO 452/C/2/555  1 November 1831

Petition: Agnes Brown, daughter of the late curate of St John, Newcastle, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/556  2 November 1831

Petition: John Skelly of North Sunderland limeworks, for spouting house  NRO 452/C/2/557  9 November 1831

Petition: Robert Brown of Sunderland, Co Durham, solicitor, for subscription to cholera relief  NRO 452/C/2/558  18 November 1831

Petition: Elizabeth Todd of St Helen Auckland, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/559  21 November 1831

Petition: Rev Robert Woodward of Greenwich, Kent, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/560  23 November 1831, 29 Dec 1831

Petition: Mary Furness, widow of the curate of Ponteland, for maintenance of lunatic son  NRO 452/C/2/561  7 December 1831

Petition: Margaret Forster of Warkworth, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/562  16 December 1831

Petition: Robert Spence, secretary to Committee for relief of indigent, North Shields  NRO 452/C/2/563  21 December 1831

Petition: Rev John Tyson, vicar of Herrington, Co Durham, for alerations to vicarage house  NRO 452/C/2/564  21 December 1831

Petition: Edmund Hastings, artist, for further allowance  NRO 452/C/2/565  6 January 1832

Petition: Rev William Haigh, vicar of Wooler, for apprentice fee for Mary Barker  NRO 452/C/2/566  10 January 1832

Petition: Rev Jms Leach of Tweedmouth, on behalf of Tweedmouth Board of Health, for relief of poor in Tweedmouth  NRO 452/C/2/567  26 Jan 1832

Petition: Mrs Elizabeth Todd of Auckland, St Helen, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/568  31 January 1832

Petition: Jane Litchfield, widow, of Bedford Square, London, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/569  4 February 1832

Petition: John Anderson, of Tweedmouth, for relief of poor in Tweedmouth  NRO 452/C/2/570  7 July 1832

Petition: Rev H G Liddell of Whickham, for maintenance of the son of the late Mr Furness of Ponteland in 'the lunatic house at Dunston'  NRO 452/C/2/571  14 February 1832

Petition: Rev Robert Harrison, vicar of Blanchland, for assistance in supporting a curate  NRO 452/C/2/572  20 February 1832

Petition: Rev Francis Benson, curate of Beltingham, for financial assistance  NRO 452/C/2/573/1  20 December 1831

Petition: Rev Francis Benson, curate of Beltingham, for financial assistance  NRO 452/C/2/573/2  1 March 1832

Petition: Rev Francis Benson, curate of Beltingham, for financial assistance  NRO 452/C/2/573/3  7 July 1832

Petition: Rev William Briggs, curate of Markfield, Leicester, for financial assistance  NRO 452/C/2/574  10 March 1832

Petition: Mary Elizabeth Brough,Taylor, widow of John Brough, Taylor, of Bishopwearmouth, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/575  5 March 1832

Petition: Mrs Abercrombie, school mistress of Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/576  15 April 1832

Petition: Mary Atkinson, school mistress, of Bishop Auckland, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/577  16 April 1832

Petition: Sarah Hadwell of Lutterworth, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/578  29 April 1832

Petition: Bishop Skinner of Aberdeen for contribution toward re-building St Andrew's Episcopal Chapel, Banff  NRO 452/C/2/579  13 April 1832

Petition: Rev John Messenger, vicar of Shotley, for wood from Blanchland to repair house at Unthank  NRO 452/C/2/580  1832

Petition: Mrs Andrew Sharp of Barnet, on behalf of Wilhemina Lodge, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/581/1-2  May 1832

Petition: Rev Haddesley of Mile End Road, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/582  26 May 1832

Petition: Mrs E Marsh of Scarborough, widow of the rector of Ford, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/583/1-4  June 1832

Petition: John Brasse of Walthams Cross on behalf of Mary Marshall of London, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/584  15 June 1832

Petition: Rev Henry Gauntlett of Olney, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/585  15 June 1832

Petition: Elizabeth Charlotte Scurlack, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/586/1-3  1832

Petition: Sarah Hadwel, widow, of Lutterworth, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/587  7 July 1832

Petition: Rev George Stephenson, vicar of Bishopwearmouth, for contribution towards building parsonage house  NRO 452/C/2/588/1-2  July 1832

Petition: Rev Dr Prosser of Bamburgh for donations to funeral society at St Cuthbert's Inn, Monck's House, Bamburgh  NRO 452/C/2/589/1-2  July 1832

Contents:
[Includes printed notes of Society, 1832]

Petition: John Embleton on behalf of the minster, churchwardens of Bamburgh parish church for assistance towards heating church  NRO 452/C/2/590  17 July 1832

Petition: Rev John Tyson, vicar of Merrington, for contribution towards building parsonage house  NRO 452/C/2/591  23 July 1832

Petition: Margaret Langham of Bishopwearmouth, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/592  26 July 1832

Petition: Rev Richard Waistell of Cleasby, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/593  30 July 1832

Petition: Rev George Stubbs, curate of Falstone, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/594  21 August 1832

Petition: Richard Fell, secretary of the South Shields and Westoe Board of Health, for contribution to South Shields cholera fund  NRO 452/C/2/595  7 Jan 1831

Petition: Richard Fell, secretary of the South Shields and Westoe Board of Health, for contribution to South Shields cholera fund  NRO 452/C/2/596  10 Jan 1832

Petition: Rev James Carr, for relief for two un-named pupils at Westoe Chapel School  NRO 452/C/2/597  3 September 1832

Petition: Inhabitants of North Sunderland for a pump or resevoir  NRO 452/C/2/598/1-2  5 Sept 1832

Contents:
[Includes list of signatures of petitioners].

Petition: Sarah Swan of Felton, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/599  13 September 1832

Petition: Rev Thos Bewsher, Rector of Knaresdale, for contribution towards building new church  NRO 452/C/2/600  4 Sept 1832

Petition: Mary Ann Abercrombie of Grantham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/601  8 September 1832

Petition: Mary Blaylock, on behalf of Eliza and Mary Ann Leslie, with regard to places at Bamburgh Castle School  NRO 452/C/2/602  8 September 1832

Petition: Rev John Snowdon of Grindon, re appointment to curacy of North Sunderland  NRO 452/C/2/603  14 September 1832

Petition: Rev G Thompson, vicar of Stanhope, for repairs to parsonage house  NRO 452/C/2/604  29 September 1832

Petition: Mary Heron of Durham, for relief for Ann Stanley 'a lunatic  NRO 452/C/2/605  6 October 1832

Petition: Mary Marshall of Langley, late of Durham city, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/606  10 September 1832

Petition: George S Rowland, schoolmaster of Thornton, for assistance with building work at school ho7se  NRO 452/C/2/607  8 November 1832

Petition: Ryton Sunday School  NRO 452/C/2/608  6 October 1832

Petition: Elizabeth Todd, widow, of Auckland, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/609  15 November 1832

Petition: J Leach, chairman of Tweedmouth Board of Health, for contribution to soup kithcen  NRO 452/C/2/610  17 November 1832

Petition: Mary Bacon Forster, widow, of Isleworth, Middlesex, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/611  20 November 1832

Petition: Richard Marshall, parish clerk, of Bamburgh, for contribution for heating system for Bamburgh parish church  NRO 452/C/2/612  20 November 1832

Petition: Rev Robert Harrison of Lartingham, for blankets for poor in Blanchland  NRO 452/C/2/613  20 November 1832

Petition: Rev James Manisty of Newcastle, re appointment to curacy of North Sunderland  NRO 452/C/2/614  1 December 1832

Petition: Rev G Fielding, vicar of Auckland St Andrew, on behalf of R H Dote, schoolmaster at Byer's Green  NRO 452/C/2/615  3 December 1832

Petition: John Burden of Auckland Caste, re augmentation of livings  NRO 452/C/2/616  4 December 1832

Petition: Henry Wardell, curate at Winlaton, and others for financial support for Winlaton Sunday School  NRO 452/C/2/617  October 1832

Petition: Jane Mitchal of Mile End, re death of Rev Charles Haddelrey  NRO 452/C/2/618  10 December 1832

Petition: Rev W Whitehouse, vicar of Spittal and others, for contribution to soup kitchen  NRO 452/C/2/619  17 December 1832

Petition: Margaret Forster of Warkworth, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/620  17 December 1832

Petition: Bowes Garth Smith, ironmonger, of Newcastle, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/621  15 December 1832

Petition: Sarah Woodward of Lee Place, Kent, for relief for father  NRO 452/C/2/622  17 December 1832

Petition: Mitford Bullock of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/623/1-3  January 1833

Petition: Robert Woodward of Lee Place, Kent, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/624  7 January 1833

Petition: Rev Joseph Thompson, curate of Satley, for contribution towards building parsonage house  NRO 452/C/2/625  9 February 1833

Petition: Geo Wood of Ingram, for contribution towards shcool house at Ingram  NRO 452/C/2/626/1-2  1 July 1833

Contents:
[Includes plan of proposed school house]

Petition: Christopher Rapier, master at Morpeth Grammar School, for travelling expenses for Thomas Robinson to attend examination for scholarship at Trinity College, Dublin  NRO 452/C/2/627  23 March 1833

Petition: Jno Tinley re contribution towards building new church at Tynemouth  NRO 452/C/2/628/1-2  1833

Petition: Miss M Hudson of Chester le Street, re contribution towards National School  NRO 452/C/2/629/1-2  1833

Petition: James A Pane of Elwick Hall, Durham on behalf of Sarah Brownrigg, widow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/630  9 April 1833

Petition: Rev John Besly, vicar of Longbenton, for contribution to building church at Walker  NRO 452/C/2/631  9 April 1833

Petition: Rev Ralph Errington, curate of Widdrington, for contribution towards exhibition at Durham University for son, Ralph  NRO 452/C/2/632  12 April 1833

Petition: Francis Atkinson Faber of Stockton upon Tees, for financial assitance at Balliol College, Oxford  NRO 452/C/2/633  22 April 1833

Petition: Henry Brummell of Morpeth, for financial assistance for son to enter St John;s College, Cambridge  NRO 452/C/2/634  25 April 1833

Petition: Thomas Chanton, master, at Clergy Jubilee School, Newcastle, for relief for pupil  NRO 452/C/2/635  1 May 1833

Petition: John Armstrong of Wallsend, for financial assistance to pay school master  NRO 452/C/2/636  20 June 1833

Petition: Rev Edward S Thurlow, rector of Houghton le Spring, for contribution to building school house  NRO 452/C/2/637  1 July 1833

Petition: Rev James H Brown, for contribution to building school house at Seaham Harbour  NRO 452/C/2/638  2 July 1833

Petition: John Hutchinson, formerly a private in the 1st Regiment of Grenadier Guards, of Blanchland, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/639  July 1833

Petition: Rev James Gamien, for contribution towards building church at Shildon  NRO 452/C/2/640  18 July 1833

Petition: Robert Plummer of Newcastle, Hon Sec of the Society For the Relief of Widows and Orphans of Shipwrecked Mariners, for contribution towards Society  NRO 452/C/2/641  17 January 1833

Contents:
[Includes copy of first annual report of Society]

Petition: Nicholas Oliver of Bamburgh Castle, re appointment of his daughter to position of matron at Bamburgh Castle  NRO 452/C/2/642  20 July 1833

Petition: Rev Henry Gauntlett of Olney, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/643  19 July 1833

Petition: Jane Rogerson of Bamburgh, re appointment to positon of matron at Bamburgh Caslte  NRO 452/C/2/644  17 July 1833

Petition: Rev R Waistell of Cleasby, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/645  16 July 1833

Petition: John Hurry, mason, for work undertaken at parsonage house at Sunderland  NRO 452/C/2/646  10 July 1833

Petition: Mary Smith of Edinburgh, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/647  22 February 1834

Petition: Rev William Haigh, vicar of Wooler, for contribution to enlargement of Wooler parish church  NRO 452/C/2/648/1-2  26 May 1834

Petition: Rev Thomas Harrison of London, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/649  6 June 1834

Petition: Churchwardens of Gateshead Fell, for contribution towards paying off debts incurred in building church  NRO 452/C/2/650  14 July 1834

Petition: Rev S A Fyle, vicar of Durham, St Giles, for contribution towards cost of glebehouse  NRO 452/C/2/651  17 July 1834

Petition: Isabella Sanderson, of North Sunderland, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/652  14 July 1834

Petition: Rev John Tyson, vicar of Merrington, for contribution towards parsonage house  NRO 452/C/2/653  19 July 1834

Petition: Rev John Tyson, vicar of Merrington, for contribution towards sunday schools at Merrington and Ferry Hill  NRO 452/C/2/654  19 July 1834

Petition: Richard Robson, on behalf of his siter, Margaret Deason of London, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/655  21 July 1834

Petition: Rev George Watson, vicar of Etherley, for contribution towards building parsonage at Etherley  NRO 452/C/2/656/1-6  24 July 1834

Petition: H Smith of Newcastle, on behalf of Mrs Smiles, widow, of Newcastle, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/657/1-3  1834-35

Petition: Rev E Thompson of Waterloo Place, Blyth, re contribution to repair of parsonage house at Croft Hills, Stanhope  NRO 452/C/2/658  1 September 1834

Petition: Alex Moody of Holy Island, for contribution to fund for cholera victims at Holy Island  NRO 452/C/2/659  3 November 1834

Petition: Rev Leonard Shaftoe Orde for contribution towards railings at North Sunderland parsonage  NRO 452/C/2/660/1-2  21 November 1834

Petition: Mary Marshall of Heworth, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/661  20 November 1834

Petition: Rev R Douglas, sub-curate of Trimdon, for contribution towards son's education at Durham University  NRO 452/C/2/662  29 November 1834

Petition: Rev John Hayton of Ryhope, for contribution towards parsonage house  NRO 452/C/2/663  1 December 1834

Petition: R Home and Thos Gilchrist for contribution towards provision of life-boat at Berwick  NRO 452/C/2/664  24 November 1834

Petition: Rev Geo Dobson of Felton, for contribution towards his son's apprenticeship to a surgeon in Newcastle  NRO 452/C/2/665  18 December 1834

Petition: Rev Henry Percival, rector of Washington, re contribution towards augmentation of Usworth chapel  NRO 452/C/2/666  1835

Petition: Rev Wm Thompson, curate of Pensher, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/667  20 February 1835

Petition: Rev George Macfarlan, vicar of Gainford, for contribution towards oratory  NRO 452/C/2/668  26 February 1835

Petition: Rev John Fox, of Holy Island, for contribution towards repairs to church  NRO 452/C/2/669  22 April 1835

Petition: Rev J B Furness, vicar of Ponteland, for augmentation of living at Dinnington  NRO 452/C/2/670  25 April 1835

Petition: Rev Richard Marshall of Bamburgh, re appointment to the curacy of Bamburgh  NRO 452/C/2/671  9 May 1835

Petition: Amelia Collinson of Gateshead, for payment of passage to Canada for Margaret D'Arcy Haggitt and her two daughters  NRO 452/C/2/672  20 May 1835

Petition: Rev Richard Marshall of Bamburgh, re appointment to the curacy of North Sunderland  NRO 452/C/2/673/1-2  1835

Petition: Mary Butterfield of Framwellgate, for relief for herself and her sister, Catherine Loveday Butterfield, a lunatic  NRO 452/C/2/674  30 May 1835

Petition: Rev George Wood of Ingram re appointment to the curacy of Bamburgh  NRO 452/C/2/675  4 June 1835

Petition: Barnabas Fenwick, late of Ryton, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/676  9 Jan 1835

Petition: Mary Scott, widow, of Oxford, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/677  18 May 1835

Petition: Rev Richard Wearing, of Netherwitton, for contribution towards parsonage house  NRO 452/C/2/678  4 July 1835

Petition: Rev Robert Harrison, vicar of Blanchland, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/679/1-2  1835

Petition: John Hedley of Earsdon, for contribution towards erection of new church  NRO 452/C/2/680  10 July 1835

Petition: Anonymous petition for contribution towards building of parsonage house at Whitworth  NRO 452/C/2/687  25 July 1835

Petition: Rev Robert Harrison, of Blanchland, for ticket for Newcastle Informary for boy in parish  NRO 452/C/2/682  24 July 1835

Petition: John S Donaldson of Cheswick, for contribution towards repair of Holy Island church  NRO 452/C/2/683  27 July 1835

Petition: Jane Waistell, widow, of Cleasby, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/684  17 August 1835

Petition: Rev R Marshall of Bamburgh, re vacant curacies  NRO 452/C/2/685  31 August 1835

Petition: Robert Thorp of Alnwick, for contribution towards augmentation of perpetual curacy at Lucker  NRO 452/C/2/686  10 September 1835

Petition: Rev Wm Hewitt, vicar of Ancroft, for contribution towards alterations towards Ancroft parish church  NRO 452/C/2/687  26 September 1835

Petition: Mary and Elizabeth Todd of Auckland, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/688  7 Oct 1835

Petition: Rev Mitford Taylor, curate of Newcastle St Nicholas, re appointment to the curacy of North Sunderland  NRO 452/C/2/689  28 Oct 1835

Petition: Rev Thos Barker of Whitburn on behalf of Mrs Carr, widow, of Windmill Hills, Gateshead, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/690  16 November 1835

Petition: John Pearsey of Forth Banks, Newcastle, on behalf of Ann Wilkinson  NRO 452/C/2/691  29 Novemeber 1835

Petition: Rev James Cundill, vicar of Coniscliffe, for exhibition for his son at Durham University  NRO 452/C/2/692/1-2  Dec 1835

Petition: Rev R Lowther, vicar of Birtley, Northumberland, for apprentice fee for his daughter  NRO 452/C/2/693/1-3  January 1836

Petition: Sarah Steel of Bamburgh for relief  NRO 452/C/2/694  Dec 1835

Petition: Rev W D Thompson, vicar of Mitford, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/695  11 March 1836

Petition: Rev John Lawson, for grant for school at Seaton CArew  NRO 452/C/2/696  14 March 1834

Petition: Rev Robert Taylor, perpetual curate of Hartlepool, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/697  15 march 1836

Petition: Rev John Reed, vicar of Newburn, for contribution towards building 2 chapels, schoolroom and master's house  NRO 452/C/2/698  10 March, 1836

Petition: Ann Briggs, widow, of Cheapside, London, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/699  29 March 1836

Petition: E Hall, wife of Rev John Hall, curate of Jarrow, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/700  12 April 1836

Petition: Isabella and Elizabeth Donaldson of Bishopwearmouth, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/701  12 April 1836

Petition: Wm Bacon of Carmarthen  NRO 452/C/2/702  May 1836

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Petition: Rev Matthew Plummer of Heworth, for contribution towards building a parsonage house  NRO 452/C/2/703  14 May 1836

Petition: L Jackson, widow, of Eamont Bridge, Penrith, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/704  2 June 1836

Petition: Jane WAtkins of Brixmouth, Northants, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/705  16 June 1836

Petition: Rev John Collinson, Rector of Gateshead, for contribution towards repairs to Trinity Chapel  NRO 452/C/2/706  15 June 1836

Petition: Thomas Gills, of Bishopwearmouth, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/707  17 June 1836

Petition: Mrs Sharp of Clare Hall near Barnet, for permission to place monument in Bamburgh Church  NRO 452/C/2/708  5 July 1836

Petition: Elizabeth Baverstock, widow, of Penrith, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/709  11 July 1836

Petition: Joshua Treacy, commander RN, for contribution towards education of son at Cambridge University  NRO 452/C/2/710  4 July 1831

Petition: Nicholas Oliver, of Durham, for contribution towards college expenses  NRO 452/C/2/711  2 Sept 1836

Petition: Rev Anthony Watson, curate of Holy Island, for contribution towards his son's expenses at Durham University  NRO 452/C/2/712  19 Sept 1836

Petition: Rev W Gilly, vicar of Norham, for contribution towards renovation of Norham church  NRO 452/C/2/713  8 Oct 1836

Petition: Rev Francis Benson, vicar of Beltingham, for contribution towards repairs to Beltingham church  NRO 452/C/2/714/1-2  Oct 1836

Petition: Robert Simpson of North Shields, for contribution towards erection of master manners asylum at North Shields  NRO 452/C/2/715  17 October 1836

Petition: Rev W M Wade, minister of the Episcopalian Church at Paisley, for contribution towards building chapel  NRO 452/C/2/716  4 November 1836

Petition: Rev Jno Birbeck, curate of Denton, Durham, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/717/1-2  November 1836

Petition: J Burnett of Black Hedley, re consecration of Shotley Chapel  NRO 452/C/2/718  11 November 1836

Petition: John Scott, of Dipton, for contribution towards erection of chapel at Kyo  NRO 452/C/2/719  20 November 1836

Petition: Rev R M Taylor, vicar of North Sunderland, for contribution towards repairs to chapel at North Sunderland  NRO 452/C/2/720  6 December 1836

Petition: Robert Ramsey, of Tweedmouth, for contribution towards soup kitchen  NRO 452/C/2/721  9 January 1837

Petition: Mary Brown, of South Shields, for admission of daughter to Bamburgh Castle School  NRO 452/C/2/722  31 March 1843

Petition: Mary Whitfield of Durham, for admission of daughter to Bambrurgh Castle School  NRO 452/C/2/723  22 February, 1844

Petition: Mary Williams, widow, of Liandelshaur, for relief  NRO 452/C/2/724  6 December 1849

Petition: Rev Strong, rector of Sedgefield, for continuance of payment to Fishburn School  NRO 452/C/2/725  9 February 1848

Petition: Rev Strong, rector of Sedgefield, for continuation of payment to Fishburn School  NRO 452/C/2/726  10 Oct 1849

Petition: Isabella Shepherd Dobson of Bamburgh, for permission to continue residing at house in Bamburgh  NRO 452/C/2/727  9 November 1859

Petition: Rev James Moore of West Hartlepool, for grant towards school at Middleton  NRO 452/C/2/728  23 April 1860

Petition: Lucy Carr, widow, of Jarrow, for relief.  NRO 452/C/2/729  23 July 1863

Petition: Jane Hansby of Alnmouth, for relief.  NRO 452/C/2/730  n.d

Correspondence to the treasurers and receivers and Trustees  NRO 452/C/3  1721-1919

General correspondence  [no ref.]  1721-1924

Bundle of letters to Dr. Eden from Trustees, officers, etc.  NRO 452/C/3/1  September 1721-February 1729

Contents:
Relating to the initial settlement and later arrangements re Trustees, donations and general administration, mainly from Dr. Lupton, Edward Grey, Sir John Dolben, Dr. Morley and Thomas Rudd

Bundle of letters to Dr. Eden from Trustees, officers, etc.  NRO 452/C/3/2  May 1730-September 1743

Contents:
Relating to administration and estate business, mainly from Dr. Thomas Sharp, Sir John Dolben, Dr.Leham and Rudd

Bundle of letters to Thomas Rudd on administration and general estate business, mainly from Edward, Robert and John Grey, Sir John Dolben, Dr.Lupton, Dr.Mountague, Richard Stonhewer, and including letters from John Craster re Thornton colliery  NRO 452/C/3/3  October 1721-May 1731

Bundle of letters to Thomas Rudd on administration and general estate business, mainly from Edward, Robert and John Grey, Sir John Dolben, Dr.Lupton, Dr.Mountague, Richard Stonhewer, and including letters from John Craster re Thornton colliery  NRO 452/C/3/4  February 1732-September 1739

Bundle of letters to Thomas Rudd on administration and general estate business, mainly from Edward, Robert and John Grey, Sir John Dolben, Dr.Lupton, Dr.Mountague, Richard Stonhewer, and including letters from John Craster re Thornton colliery  NRO 452/C/3/5  February 1740-December 1749

Bundle of letters of James Callender, gardener of Bamburgh, to Rudd, Dr.Eden and Dr.Sharp re dispute with Mr.Fewster  NRO 452/C/3/6  January 1747-June 1748

Bundle of letters to Rudd as NRO 452/C/3/3-6, mainly from William Jeffreys, Dr.Eden, Dr.Sharp, Sir John Dolben, and Dr.Montague  NRO 452/C/3/7  April 1751-December 1761

Bundle of letters to Rudd relating to Robert Fewster's application for Bamburgh stewardship  NRO 452/C/3/8  April-May 1756

Bundle of letters, mostly to Richard Weatherell  NRO 452/C/3/9  September 1766-December 1769

Contents:
Relating to general estate and charity business, many from Dr.John Sharp

Bundle of letters, to George Wood, most from Dr.Sharp and Adams  NRO 452/C/3/10  January 1772-April 1779

Bundle of letters, to George Wood, most from Dr.Sharp and Adams  NRO 452/C/3/11  July 1782-February 1790

Bundle of letters, to George Wood, most from Dr.Sharp and Adams  NRO 452/C/3/12  June 1791-November 1793

Contents:
Including letters relating to Bamburgh castle after Dr.Sharp's death

Bundle of letters, to George Wood, most from Adams  NRO 452/C/3/13  January 1794-September 1798

Bundle of letters, to Matthew Woodifield, March 1802-January 1824, (including vouchers for donations, etc.)  NRO 452/C/3/14-15  August-December 1823

Bundle of letters, to John Graham at Matthew Woodifield's, many from John Tate, Thomas Fenwick and Messrs. Thorpe and Dixon  NRO 452/C/3/16  March 1820-July 1823

Bundle of letters, to John Leybourne  NRO 452/C/3/17  May 1825-October 1834

Bundle of letters, with plan and petition, to Archdeacon Thorp  NRO 452/C/3/18  March-April 1834

Contents:
Relating to North Durham

Bundle of thirteen letters re administration and estate business to C.Rowlandson, strays broken from bundles made up, often in numbered sequences, for each Trustees' meeting  NRO 452/C/3/19  September 1841-September 1849

Bundle of unnumbered letters to Rowlandson  NRO 452/C/3/20  February-July 1850

Bundle as NRO 452/C/3/18, thirty eight letters  NRO 452/C/3/21  July 1859-June 1868

Bundle as NRO 452/C/3/18, eight letters  NRO 452/C/3/22  June 1870-September 1871

Bundle of letters to Rowlandson from Thomas Iley about Blanchland estate  NRO 452/C/3/23  February 1875-June 1877

Bundle of sixteen stray letters from Iley  NRO 452/C/3/24  February 1875-April 1876

Bundle of letters, numbered in sequence, to Rowlandson  NRO 452/C/3/25  December 1889-April 1890

Bundle of letters, unnumbered  NRO 452/C/3/25  December 1892-July 1893

Bundle of letters, numbered  NRO 452/C/3/27  October 1893-April 1894

Bundle of letters, numbered  NRO 452/C/3/28  January - April 1896

Bundle of letters, numbered  NRO 452/C/3/29  March - October 1906

Four letters from the Charity Commissioners to Rowlandson  NRO 452/C/3/30  July-August 1908

File of correspondence headed Rogerson estate a/c  NRO 452/C/3/31  January 1917-October 1919

File of general correspondence to K.C.Bayley  NRO 452/C/3/32  November 1929 - June 1930

Letters and other papers of Dr.John Sharp  [no ref.]  1748-91

Papers... Concerning making Sermons. &c., letters from Dr.Thomas to Dr.John Sharp, with sermons/letters of John Sharp  NRO 452/C/3/33  November 1748-April 1754

Bundle of letters to Sharp from Rev. John Carlyon and Rev. Thomas Sharp, and draft answers, relating to the controversy over fasting in the Church of England  NRO 452/C/3/34  December 1755-December 1761

Bundle of letters to Sharp, many from Adams, with related estate papers, about Bamburgh castle and estate business  NRO 452/C/3/35  April 1757-December 1773

Bundle, including letters from Granville, Thomas and James Sharp, about the castle gun, paving stones, patent screws and other castle business  NRO 452/C/3/36  January 1767-December 1782

Bundle, many from Adams, including applications for the post of surgeon  NRO 452/C/3/37  January-November 1774

Bundle, many from Adams, including applications for the post of surgeon  NRO 452/C/3/38  January 1775-December 1777

Bundle, many from Adams, including letters and papers on the coast, signals, lighthouse, guns, etc.  NRO 452/C/3/39  1775-September 1781

Bundles similar to NRO 452/C/3/44  NRO 452/C/3/40-50  February-December 1778, February - December 1779, January - December 1780, January - December 1781, January - December 1782, January - December 1783, January - December 1784, January 1785 - December 1786, January 1787 - December 1789, January 1790 - March 1791

Bundle of applications and testimonials for Bamburgh stewardship  NRO 452/C/3/51  1779

Bundle of miscellaneous letters to and papers of Sharp  NRO 452/C/3/52  1760-87

Tweed fisheries correspondence and papers  [no ref.]  1729-1924

Bundles of 10 letters from various correspondents relating to leases, mostly to Dr.Eden  NRO 452/C/3/53  1729-50

Bundle of 21 letters relating to competition for the lease from George Ord (1730 lessee) to Thomas Rudd, counsel at law, Durham  NRO 452/C/3/54  1729-33

Bundle of 27 letters to Dr.Eden and Rudd from Edward Ord (1732 lessee) and William Jeffreys relating to competition for the lease, and a further dispute, with a legal case  NRO 452/C/3/55  1730-42

Bundle of 16 letters from John Romer (1768 lessee) and others desiring the lease, mostly to Richard Wetherall, attorney at law of Durham  NRO 452/C/3/56  1767

Bundle of 15 letters from various correspondents, mostly to George Wood, Durham, many relating to a dispute over an encroachment by James Ramsay at Davy's Batt.  NRO 452/C/3/57  1776-81

Bundle of 13 letters, from various correspondents, mainly to Wood  NRO 452/C/3/58  1787-9

Contents:
Relating to the 1788 lease to Robert Romer; including copies of the newspaper advertisement of 1788

Bundle of 28 letters from various correspondents, mainly to Wood, and other papers, including several letters relating to Romer's application for an abatement of rent, and accounts of values and lettings from 1692 to 1790  NRO 452/C/3/59  1790-3

Bundle of 9 letters from various correspondents relating to the leases, with a legal case  NRO 452/C/3/60  1825, 1810-57

Bundle of seven reports and statements on the Start fisheries, etc.  NRO 452/C/3/61  October 1855-August 1861

Bundle containing 3 Tweed Fisheries Acts, 1772, 1775, 1797; an account for fishing carrock and the Far Seas, 1820-1; and a report by the Police Committee of the Tweed Commissioners  NRO 452/C/3/62  1919

File of Rowlandson's correspondence re Tweed fisheries  NRO 452/C/3/63  September 1917 - July 1924

Vouchers.  NRO 452/C/4  1721-1909

Bundles  [no ref.]  1721-33

Classified schedule of 'Vouchers putt into a Box called Trust papers', coded A-Z, AA-DD, with one additional bundle.  NRO 452/C/4/1  1710-33

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Trustees 'Vouchers. C (Bamburgh vouchers).  NRO 452/C/4/2  1723-4

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Mr.Gray's Vouchers, D  NRO 452/C/4/3  1724-5

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Balmbro' Vouchers. D.  NRO 452/C/4/4  1724-5

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers for Bambrough. F.  NRO 452/C/4/5  1725-6

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers for Blanchland. J.  NRO 452/C/4/6  1727-8

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, no wrapper, Bamburgh vouchers (K).  NRO 452/C/4/7  1726-7

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Mr. Gray's Vouchers. P.  NRO 452/C/4/8  1729-30

Bundle in original wrapper labelled.  NRO 452/C/4/9  1729-30

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Mr. Rudd's Vouchers. Z.  NRO 452/C/4/10  1725-8

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers delivered by Mr. Edward Gray from Mr. Rudd and Mr. Watson. AA.  NRO 452/C/4/11  February 1728

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Mr. Rudd's Vouchers. BB.  NRO 452/C/4/12  1728-33

Bundle of Messrs. Hoare's Vouchers (CC).  NRO 452/C/4/13  1723-32

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Mr. Hornsby's Vouchers.  NRO 452/C/4/14  1730-2

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers of Mr. Rudd's c/c.  NRO 452/C/4/15  July 1733

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Acquitances (sic) for Blainshland estate from 1733  NRO 452/C/4/16  1733

Bundle of miscellaneous loose vouchers.  NRO 452/C/4/17  1720-1

Bundle of miscellaneous loose vouchers.  NRO 452/C/4/18  1723-4

Bundles  [no ref.]  1734-9

Bundle in original wrapper labelled The Executors' and Trustees' of the Rt. Honble. the Lord Crewe Vouchers.  NRO 452/C/4/19  September 1734

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers of Mr. Rudd's Accounts.  NRO 452/C/4/20  1733-5

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, The Vouchers of Mr. Hornsby's Account.  NRO 452/C/4/21  1735

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers of Mr. Rudd's Account.  NRO 452/C/4/22  1738

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers of Mr. Wright's account.  NRO 452/C/4/23  1739

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers of Tho. Rudd's Account.  NRO 452/C/4/24  1739

Bundle of miscellaneous loose vouchers.  NRO 452/C/4/25  1738

Bundle of miscellaneous loose vouchers.  NRO 452/C/4/26  1739

Bundles  [no ref.]  1740-9

Bundle of vouchers, mostly of William Taylor, Bamburgh estate.  NRO 452/C/4/27  1740

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Vouchers of Tho. Rudd's Account.  NRO 452/C/4/28  February 1742

Bundle of loose vouchers of Messrs. Hoare.  NRO 452/C/4/29  1740-2

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Vouchers of Tho. Rudd's Account.  NRO 452/C/4/30  February 1743

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Jacob Reedshaw.  NRO 452/C/4/31  December 1743

Bundle of loose vouchers of Rudd and Messrs. Hoare.  NRO 452/C/4/32  1743-4

Bundle of Rudd's vouchers.  NRO 452/C/4/33  1743-4

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Ralph Hay's Vouchers.  NRO 452/C/4/34  November 1744

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Mr. John Grey's Vouchers.  NRO 452/C/4/35  1742-6

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Blanchland Accounts.  NRO 452/C/4/36  1745-7

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers of Miles Robinson's Account.  NRO 452/C/4/37  March 1848

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers of John Grey's Account.  NRO 452/C/4/38  February 1749

Bundles  [no ref.]  1750-9

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Vouchers of Miles Robinson's accounts.  NRO 452/C/4/39  March 1750

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Rentall and Vouchers of John Grey's Account.  NRO 452/C/4/40  December 1751

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers of Mr. Robinson's Account.  NRO 452/C/4/41  December 1753

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers of Mr. Miles Robinson's Account.  NRO 452/C/4/42  April 1755

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Mr. Robinson's Accounts and Vouchers.  NRO 452/C/4/43  April 1756

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers of Miles Robinson's Accounts.  NRO 452/C/4/44  January 1757

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers of Mr. Rudd's Accounts.  NRO 452/C/4/45  January 1757

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Rentall Particular of Allowances & Vouchers of Mr. Charlton's Account.  NRO 452/C/4/46  May 1757

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Charge of the Repairs of Mr. Fewster's House at Balmbrough, and Vouchers for the several payments with Mr. Fewster's letter to Dr. Sharp.  NRO 452/C/4/47  September 1757

Bundle of loose vouchers, mostly of Rudd.  NRO 452/C/4/48  1756-7

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Vouchers of Messrs. Hoare's Accounts.  NRO 452/C/4/49  August 1759

Bundles  [no ref.]  1760-9

Bundle of loose vouchers of Rudd.  NRO 452/C/4/50  1760

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Vouchers of Tho. Rudd's Account.  NRO 452/C/4/51  February 1760

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers of Mr. Hoare's Account.  NRO 452/C/4/52  1760-2

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers of Tho. Rudd's Account.  NRO 452/C/4/53  March 1763

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Accounts...... Bambrough.  NRO 452/C/4/54  1762-3

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Rentall and Vouchers.  NRO 452/C/4/55  1763-4

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers (Bamburgh estate).  NRO 452/C/4/56  1760 to 1766

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Mr. Wetherell's Vouchers.  NRO 452/C/4/57  September 1767

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers of Mr. Charlton's Account.  NRO 452/C/4/58  1768-9

Bundles.  [no ref.]  1770-9

George Wood  [no ref. or date]

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Vouchers to the Account... passed by Geo. Wood.  NRO 452/C/4/59  1773-4

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Geo. Wood's Account.  NRO 452/C/4/60  May 1776

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to the Accot. of Geo. Wood.  NRO 452/C/4/61  1776-7

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Geo. Wood's Account.  NRO 452/C/4/62  1777-8

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to G. Wood's Account.  NRO 452/C/4/63  1778-1779

John Charlton  [no ref. or date]

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Vouchers of Mr. Charlton's Account.  NRO 452/C/4/64  May 1770

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers of Mrs. Grey's Account as Extrix. of Mr. Jn. Charlton.  NRO 452/C/4/65  August 1772

George Turton  [no ref. or date]

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Vouchers to Mr. Geo. Turton's Accot.  NRO 452/C/4/66  October 1774

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Mr. Geo. Turton's Accot.  NRO 452/C/4/67  May 1776

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Mr. Turton's Vouchers to his Accot.  NRO 452/C/4/68  July 1778

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Mr. Geo. Turton's last Account.  NRO 452/C/4/69  1778-9

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers of Richd. Wetherell's Accots.  NRO 452/C/4/71  October 1772

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Mr. Wetherell's Vouchers.  NRO 452/C/4/72  1772-3

Dr. Sharp  [no ref. or date]

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Vouchers for payments made by the Rev. Dr. Sharp.  NRO 452/C/4/73  1772

John Robson  [no ref. or date]

Bundle of numbered vouchers of Robson.  NRO 452/C/4/74  1775-6

Bundle of numbered vouchers of Robson, unnumbered.  NRO 452/C/4/75  1776

Messrs. Hoare  [no ref. or date]

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Vouchers to the Accot. of Messrs. Hoare's.  NRO 452/C/4/76  1770-3

Bundles  [no ref.]  1780-9

Bundle of Dr. Sharp's vouchers.  NRO 452/C/4/77  1780

Bundle of Dr. Sharp's vouchers.  NRO 452/C/4/78  1780-1

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Vouchers to Geo. Wood's Account as Receiver of the Bambrough Rents &c.  NRO 452/C/4/79  June 1780

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Geo. Wood's Account as Receiver and Treasurer.  NRO 452/C/4/80  June 1780

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Geo. Wood's Account as Receiver of the Bambrough Rents &c.  NRO 452/C/4/81  October 1781

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Geo. Wood's Account as Receiver and Treasurer  NRO 452/C/4/82  October 1781

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Geo. Wood's Accounts.  NRO 452/C/4/83  1782-3

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to [Geo. Wood's] Accot.  NRO 452/C/4/84  December 1784

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Geo. Wood's Accot.  NRO 452/C/4/85  1784-6

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Geo. Wood's Accot.  NRO 452/C/4/86  December 1786

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Geo. Wood's Account.  NRO 452/C/4/87  1786-8

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to George Wood's Account.  NRO 452/C/4/88  1788-9

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to the Account of George Wood.  NRO 452/C/4/89  1789-90

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to [Messrs. Hoare's] Acct.  NRO 452/C/4/90  1780-9

Bundles  [no ref.]  1790-9

Bundle of numbered vouchers of Dr. Sharp.  NRO 452/C/4/91  1790

Bundle of numbered vouchers of Dr. Sharp.  NRO 452/C/4/92  1790-1

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Vouchers to Geo. Wood's Account  NRO 452/C/4/93  1790-1

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Geo.Wood's Account  NRO 452/C/4/94  1791-2

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Geo.Wood's Account  NRO 452/C/4/95  1792-3

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Geo.Wood's Account  NRO 452/C/4/96  1793-4

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Geo.Wood's Account  NRO 452/C/4/97  1794

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Geo.Wood's Account  NRO 452/C/4/98  1794-6

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Geo.Wood's Account  NRO 452/C/4/99  1795-7

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Geo.Wood's Account  NRO 452/C/4/100  1796-8

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Geo.Wood's Account  NRO 452/C/4/101  1798-9

Bundles  [no ref.]  1800-9

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Vouchers to the Account of the late Geo.Wood  NRO 452/C/4/102  1799-1800

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to the Accounts of the late Lord Crewe  NRO 452/C/4/103  1799-1800

Rev.Michael Maughan  [no ref. or date]

Bundle of loose vouchers, most numbered, of Maughan  NRO 452/C/4/104  1801-2

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Vouchers for Mr. Maughan's Accts.  NRO 452/C/4/105  March 1805

Matthew Woodifield  [no ref. or date]

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Vouchers to Mr. Mw.Woodifield's Account  NRO 452/C/4/106  1800-1

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Mr.Woodifield's Account  NRO 452/C/4/107  1801-2

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Mr.Mw.Woodifield's Account  NRO 452/C/4/108  1802-3

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Mr.Mw.Woodifield's Account  NRO 452/C/4/109  1803-4

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Mr.Mw.Woodifield's Account  NRO 452/C/4/110  1804-5

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Mr.Mw.Woodifield's Account  NRO 452/C/4/111  1805-6

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Mr.Mw.Woodifield's Account  NRO 452/C/4/112  1806-7

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Mr.Mw.Woodifield's Account  NRO 452/C/4/113  1807-8

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Mr.Mw.Woodifield's Account  NRO 452/C/4/114  1808-9

Arthur Mowbray.  [no ref. or date]

Bundle with original label, Vouchers to Mr.Mowbray's Account for Blanchland  NRO 452/C/4/115  January 1801

Bundle with original label, Vouchers to Mr.Mowbray's Account for Blanchland  NRO 452/C/4/116  December 1801

Bundle with original label, Mr.Mowbray's Vouchers for Blanchland  NRO 452/C/4/117  1802

Bundles  [no ref.]  1810-19

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Vouchers to Mr.Mw. Woodifield's Account  NRO 452/C/4/118  1809-10

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Vouchers to Mr.Mw. Woodifield's Account  NRO 452/C/4/119  1810-11

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Lord Crewe's Trustees' Account (general, Maughan, Mowbray, corn, druggist's bills sub-bundles)  NRO 452/C/4/120  February - July 1811

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Lord Crewe's Trustees' Account  NRO 452/C/4/121  August 1811 - February 1812

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Lord Crewe's Trustees' Account  NRO 452/C/4/122  February - June 1812, settled October 1812

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Lord Crewe's Trustees' Account  NRO 452/C/4/123  July - December 1812, settled February 1812

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Lord Crewe's Trustees' Account  NRO 452/C/4/124  January - June 1813, settled July 1813

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Lord Crewe's Trustees' Account  NRO 452/C/4/125  July - December 1813, settled January 1814

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Lord Crewe's Trustees' Account  NRO 452/C/4/126  January - June 1814, settled August 1814

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Lord Crewe's Trustees' Account  NRO 452/C/4/127  July - December 1814, settled January 1815

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Lord Crewe's Trustees' Account  NRO 452/C/4/128  January - June 1815, settled September 1815

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Lord Crewe's Trustees' Account  NRO 452/C/4/129  July - December 1815, settled February 1816

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Lord Crewe's Trustees' Account  NRO 452/C/4/130  January - June 1816, settled August 1816

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Lord Crewe's Trustees' Account  NRO 452/C/4/131  August - December 1816, settled January 1817

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Lord Crewe's Trustees' Account  NRO 452/C/4/132  January - June 1817, settled November 1817

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Lord Crewe's Trustees' Account  NRO 452/C/4/133  July - December 1817, settled February 1818

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Lord Crewe's Trustees' Account  NRO 452/C/4/134  February - June 1818, settled September 1818

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Lord Crewe's Trustees' Account  NRO 452/C/4/135  July - December 1818, settled February 1819

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Lord Crewe's Trustees' Account  NRO 452/C/4/136  January - June 1819, settled November 1819

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Lord Crewe's Trustees' Account  NRO 452/C/4/137  August - December 1819, settled February 1820

Bundles  [no ref.]  1820-9

Bundle in original wrapper, unlabelled  NRO 452/C/4/138  February - June 1820

Bundle in original wrapper, labelled Vouchers to Mr.Woodifield's Account  NRO 452/C/4/139  July - December 1820, settled February 1821

Bundle in original wrapper, Vouchers to Mr.Woodifield's Account  NRO 452/C/4/140  January - June 1821, settled September 1821

Bundle in original wrapper, Vouchers to Mr.Woodifield's Account  NRO 452/C/4/141  July - December 1821, settled February 1822

Bundle of loose vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/142  February - July 1822

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Vouchers to Mr.Woodifield's Account  NRO 452/C/4/143  July - December 1822, settled February 1823

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers to Mr.Woodifield's Account  NRO 452/C/4/144  February - July 1823

Bundle of Bamburgh vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/145  August - October 1823

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Bamburgh Castle, Blanchland, and Durham Vouchers, for ½ year ending Mayday 1824  NRO 452/C/4/146  audited February 1825

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Bamburgh Castle, Blanchland, and Durham Vouchers, half year to Martinmas 1824  NRO 452/C/4/147  audited August 1825

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, without wrapper  NRO 452/C/4/148  June - December 1825

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Bamburgh Castle, Blanchland, and Durham Vouchers, half year to Martimas 1825  NRO 452/C/4/149  audited August 1826

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Bamburgh Castle, Blanchland, and Durham Vouchers, half year to Mayday 1826  NRO 452/C/4/150  audited January 1827

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, without wrapper  NRO 452/C/4/151  January - April 1827

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Bamburgh Castle, Blanchland, and Durham Vouchers, half year to Mayday 1827  NRO 452/C/4/152  audited January 1828

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Bamburgh Castle, Blanchland, and Durham Vouchers, half year to Martinmas 1827  NRO 452/C/4/153  audited January 1828

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, without wrapper  NRO 452/C/4/154  June - October 1828

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Bamburgh Castle Durham Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/155  1829

Bundle with original label, Blanchland Vouchers, half year to Mayday 1828  NRO 452/C/4/156  audited January 1829

Bundle with original label, Apprentice fees  NRO 452/C/4/157  January 1829

Bundles  [no ref.]  1830-9

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Vouchers 1830, containing sub bundles of vouchers of Tate, Hamilton, Leybourne, Smeddle and Fenwick  NRO 452/C/4/158  Audited January 1830

Bundle in original wrapper labelled  NRO 452/C/4/159  labelled Audit July 1830

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, unlabelled  NRO 452/C/4/160  December 1830

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/161  Audit July 1831

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/162  Audit Feby. 1812

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/163  Audit July 1832

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/164  Audit February 1833

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers - Petitions  NRO 452/C/4/165  Audit July 1833

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, unlabelled  NRO 452/C/4/166  Audited February 1834

Bundle in original wrapper, labelled Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/167  Audit July 1834

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, without wrapper  NRO 452/C/4/168  Audited January 1835

Bundle in original wrapper, unlabelled  NRO 452/C/4/169  Audited July 1835

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, labelled Vouchers 1836  NRO 452/C/4/170  Audited January 1836

Bundle of loose sub bundles  NRO 452/C/4/171  Audited July 1836

Bundle in original wrapper, labelled Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/172  Audit Jany. 1837

Bundle in original wrapper, Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/173  Audit July 1837

Bundle in original wrapper, Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/174  Audit January 1838

Bundle in original wrapper, Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/175  Audit July 1838

Bundle in original wrapper, Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/176  Audit January 1839

Bundle in original wrapper, Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/177  Audit July 1839

Sub bundle labelled Bamburgh Castle Cheap Shop Account  NRO 452/C/4/178  April - September 1831

Sub bundle, labelled Vouchers belonging the Castle Accts.  NRO 452/C/4/179  April 1832

Bundle of loose vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/180  1831-2

Sub bundle of Blanchland vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/181  1839

Bundles  [no ref.]  1840-9

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/182  Audit July 1840

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/183  Audit Jany. 1841

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/184  Audit July 1841

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/185  Audit Jany. 1842

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/186  Audit July 1842

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/187  Audit Jany. 1843

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/188  Audit July 1843

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/189  Audit Jany. 1844

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/190  Audit July 1844

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/191  1844. audited January 1845

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/192  Audit July 1845

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/193  Audit Jany. 1846

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, unlabelled  NRO 452/C/4/194  Audited July 1846

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Vouchers Audit Jany.  NRO 452/C/4/195  1847

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/196  Audit July 1847

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers 1848  NRO 452/C/4/197  Audited January 1848

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/198  Audit July 1848

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/199  Audit January 1849

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/200  Audit July 1849

Sub Bundle of vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/201  1841-3

Sub Bundle of vouchers (including Grace Derling monument)  NRO 452/C/4/202  1845

Sub Bundle of vouchers, Bamburgh Castle  NRO 452/C/4/203  1847

Sub Bundle of vouchers, Ba, burgh Castle  NRO 452/C/4/204  1849

Bundles  [no ref.]  1850-9

Schedule of vouchers and accounts sent to Bamburgh  NRO 452/C/4/205  August 1850

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/206  Audit January 1850

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/207  Audit July 1850

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/208  Audit January 1851

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/209  Audit July 1851

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Vouchers 1851  NRO 452/C/4/210  Audited January 1852

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, without wrapper  NRO 452/C/4/211  Audited January 1853

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/212  Audit July 1853

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/213  Audit January 1854

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/214  Audit July 1854

Sub bundle of vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/215  1851

Sub bundle of vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/216  1859

Bundles.  [no ref.]  1860-9

Sub bundle of vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/217  1860

Sub bundle of vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/218  1863

Bundles.  [no ref.]  1870-9

Bundle of collected vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/219  1877

Bundle of collected vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/220  1878

Bundle of collected vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/221  1879

Bundles.  [no ref.]  1880-9

Bundle in original wrapper labelled Lord Crewe's Charity Vouchers for 1880. S.Rowlandson.  NRO 452/C/4/222  1880

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Lord Crewe's Trustees.  NRO 452/C/4/223  Vouchers for 1883

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Lord Crewe's Trustees.  NRO 452/C/4/224  Vouchers for 1884

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Lord Crewe's Trustees.  NRO 452/C/4/225  Vouchers for 1885

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Lord Crewe's Trustees.  NRO 452/C/4/226  Vouchers for 1886

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Lord Crewe's Trustees.  NRO 452/C/4/227  Vouchers for 1887

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Lord Crewe's Trustees.  NRO 452/C/4/228  Vouchers for 1888

Bundle in original wrapper labelled, Lord Crewe's Trustees.  NRO 452/C/4/229  Vouchers for 1889

Bundles.  [no ref.]  1890-1910

Bundle of collected vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/230  1891

Sub bundle, Bamburgh estate  NRO 452/C/4/231  1892

Sub bundle labelled Management  NRO 452/C/4/232  1893

Sub bundle labelled, Benefactions  NRO 452/C/4/233  1899

Sub bundle labelled, General Repairs  NRO 452/C/4/234  1903

Sub bundle labelled, Aid to Crews etc.  NRO 452/C/4/235  1906

File of vouchers labelled Lord Crewe's Charity Vouchers  NRO 452/C/4/236  1909

Other papers  NRO 452/C/5  1721-1908

Copy/draft orders and minutes.  [no ref.]  1768-1872

Draft orders,  NRO 452/C/5/1  12 August 1768

Old Minutes of Orders' bundle containing orders re Trustees and housekeeping expenses, 22 January 1794; orders, 6 February 1796; draft summary statement of accounts, 7 June 1796 (2); Rev.Mr.Bouyer's arrangement of different heads of expenditure from the Trustees' accounts, 1790-5, with comments, 6 March 1797; copy summary statements, 6 and 9 March 1797, 30 August 1797, 8 March 1798, letter from Messrs.Hoare to Dampier, 11 November 1797, draft minutes of orders, 8 March 1798, 16 November 1798.  NRO 452/C/5/2-12  1794-8

Draft orders  NRO 452/C/5/13  24 October 1866

Copy orders  NRO 452/C/5/14  19 September 1867

Copy orders  NRO 452/C/5/15  5 February 1868

Draft orders  NRO 452/C/5/16  21 April 1868

Copy minutes and proceedings  NRO 452/C/5/17  20 October 1868

Draft orders  NRO 452/C/5/18  26 October 1869

Minutes  NRO 452/C/5/19  26 April 1870

Minutes, with nomination of Canon Atkins as new Trustee  NRO 452/C/5/20  25 October 1870

Copy orders  NRO 452/C/5/21-4  18 April 1871, November 1871, 24 April 1872, 3 May 1872

Legal papers.  [no ref.]  1786-1886

Three cases, with counsel's opinions, re the application to the Trust of the new Act for procuring returns of all charitable Donations; John Madocks, F. urton and W.Ainge of Lincolns Inn  NRO 452/C/5/25-7  September 1786

Copy case and opinion of R.Hopper Williamson of Newcastle on the entitlement to coney warren on Bamburgh moor  NRO 452/C/5/28  November 1788

Letter from R.Thorp re opinion of Mr.Holyroad  NRO 452/C/5/29  August 1814

Cases and opinions of Williamson on the Trustees' right to Shotley hay tithes on ancient enclosed grounds, November 1817, and tithe calves  NRO 452/C/5/30-1  February 1820

Case and opinion of J.Scarlett on the jurisdiction for appointment of North Sunderland pilot, and dues  NRO 452/C/5/32  May 1825

Case and opinion of Williamson on entitlement to lead ore in Blanchland rivulet  NRO 452/C/5/33  June 1828

Case and opinion of Williamson on powers of Charity Commissioners to compel disclosure, and Oxford and Durham donations  NRO 452/C/5/34  November 1828

Statement of Messrs.Thorpe and Dixon re Budle patches and petty tithes, for the Trustees' consideration  NRO 452/C/5/35  May 1829

Papers relating to the Chancery suit, Attorney General v. Liddell, comprising copy information, November 1865, defendents' printed answer, May 1866, copy affidavit of S.Rowlandson, January 1876, and copy certificate of taxation of costs, March 1886  NRO 452/C/5/36  1865-86

Other papers.  [no ref.]  1721-1908

Bond of Richard Weatherell of North Bailey, Durham, and guarantors to keep true accounts with the Trustees  NRO 452/C/5/37  16 September 1767

List of succession of Trustees, with dates of death  NRO 452/C/5/38  1721-94

List of deeds, etc., removed from 'the large Chest belonging Lord Crewe's Trustees'  NRO 452/C/5/39  August 1800

Two abstracts of title, Bamburgh estate deeds to 1709, Blanchland to 12 Charles I, drawn up  NRO 452/C/5/40-1  1881

Printed booklet scheme for Lord Crewe's and the Rev.John Sharp's Charities, approved in Chancery  NRO 452/C/5/42  1876

C.Rowlandson's report as Bamburgh and Blanchland receiver, with related papers  NRO 452/C/5/43  1884

Diocesan Trusts printed booklet scheme for the charities  NRO 452/C/5/44  1896

Schedule of summary acreage and rental for the collected estates  NRO 452/C/5/45  1908

Bamburgh estate  NRO 452/D  [n.d.]

Deeds and leases  NRO 452/D/1  1456-1877

Bamburgh  [no ref.]  1568-1877

Four deeds  NRO 452/D/1/1  1713-24

Contents:
Of Bamburgh demesne lands, coney warren, water corn mill and rooms in the mansion house, leased by Lord Crewe to Nicholas Lewens, with two dovecots and Spindleston lamb tithes, 1713, and to Edward Grey of Shoreston, 1720

Fifteen deeds  NRO 452/D/1/2  1723-1860

Contents:
Of Bamburgh Friars farms, leased by the Trustees to John Anderson and Nicholas Bowman, 1723, separately to John Dodds and Robert Fewster, 1756, agreed to be leased to Henry Grey of Shoreston, 1763, to William Humble, 1790, 1797, Ann Humble, 1804, 1808, Robert Grey and William Humble, 1808, William Humble, 1820 and Ralph Atkinson, 1860

Six deeds  NRO 452/D/1/3  1755

Contents:
Of Bamburgh Mill, a moiety leased to John Grey of Shoreston, with half rabbit warren tithes, Spindleston rent charge and kelp, etc., and the other to Robert Fewster

Five deeds  NRO 452/D/1/4  1790-1820

Contents:
Of Grey's farm, Bamburgh, leased to Robert Grey

Six deeds  NRO 452/D/1/5  1790-1820

Contents:
Of Greenhill farm, leased to Robert and Richard Robson, 1790-1808, and to Richard Robson, 1820

Four deeds  NRO 452/D/1/6  1797-1808

Contents:
Of Red Barns farm, leased to Thomas Moffatt

Fifteen deeds  NRO 452/D/1/7  1698-1877

Contents:
Of Bamburgh tithes, various gardens and farms, including copy lease for a year, prior to release, of Bamburgh Castle manor, townships of Shoreston and Sunderland, tithes of Bamburgh, Burton and Budle, lands in Fleetham, Warkworth and Spittal, royalties of Bewick, Old Bewick, Eslington, Beadnell, Sunderland, Shoreston and Fleetham, Tweed fisheries and Blanchland manor and estate, by William Forster to Lord Fairfax, Sir Humphrey Forster, William Pert, Thomas Passmore and Edward Barradall, 1698, leases of searock to Thomas Conyers of Ellymore Hall, Co.Durham, 1711, of coney warren and land to John Graham, 1730, Burton corn tithes to John Charleton of Berwick, and of farms, gardens etc., to James Callender, 1763, John Pringle of Beadnell, 1771, Henry Grey, 1790, Thomas Wood, 1790, 1797, Rev.Andrew Bowlt, 1797, Mr.Bowlt and William Humble, 1804, and John Harvey, 1877

Thornton and Edmondhills  [no ref.]  1661-1862

Thirteen deeds  NRO 452/D/1/8  1723-1820

Contents:
Of messuages in Thornton and Edmondhills, leased by the Trustees to Ralph Nicholson, 1723, George Nicholson, 1768, 1776, Ralph and Eleanor Nicholson, 1782, Ralph Nicholson, 1790, 1797, 1804, 1808, and James, Robert and William Nicholson, 1820

Eight deeds  NRO 452/D/1/9  1723-1782

Contents:
Of messuages in Thornton and Edmondhills, leased to George Dodds, 1723, Patrick Dodds, 1756, 1768, and Archibald Douglas, 1776, 1782

Six deeds  NRO 452/D/1/10  1782-1808

Contents:
Of messuages in Thornton and Edmondhills, leased to William Wood, 1782, 1790, 1797, and to Mary Younghusband, 1804, 1808

Four deeds  NRO 452/D/1/11  1797-1808

Contents:
Of Edmondhills stable and farm in Thornton, leased to Edward Makins

Six deeds  NRO 452/D/1/12  1661-1825

Contents:
To farms in Thornton and Edmondhills, leased to Dame Eleanor Selby of York, 1661, Thomas Smith, 1723, William Jeffreys of Berwick, 1746, Adam Sibbit of Ancroft Greens and Robert Smith of Berrington, 1805, Ralph Nicholson, 1820, and Robert Johnson of Byker, 1825

Thirteen deeds  NRO 452/D/1/13  1701-1862

Contents:
Of Thornton and Edmondhills collieries and quarry, leased to William Clavering of Berrington with Shoreswood collieries, 1701, to John Weatherburn of Hawkhill and Gabriel Redhead of The Lee, 1755, to Redhead, Richard Grieve and Robert Claxton of Alnwick, 1756, to Adam Sibbit of Shoreswood, 1772, Sibbit and Robert Smith of Plessey, 1788, 1801, to John Grey of Dilston et al., 1849, with an agreement for quarry working for the Tweedmouth to Kelso railway, 1848, and lease of wayleave for Shoreswood colliery, 1862

Tweed fisheries  [no ref.]  1568-1865

Fifty two deeds  NRO 452/D/1/14  1568-1865

Contents:
Of fisheries in the river Tweed, including an enfeoffment of John Selbee of Berwick, by Nicholas Howborne of Berwick, 1568, and copy bargain and sale by James, Earl of Suffolk et al., to Samuel Hartlibb of Westminster et al., with Tweedmouth and Spittal townships etc., 1657; leased to George Ord of Longridge, Co.Durham, 1730, Edward Ord of Berwick, 1733, 1743, 1744, Joseph Ord of Newcastle, 1744, 1754, John Romer of Berwick, 1768, Robert Romer of Scremerston, 1788, William Tanner of Berwick, et al., 1810, William Berry of Berwick et al., 1820 (surrendered 1825), William Weatherhead of Berwick, cooper, 1825, John Miller Dickson of Berwick et al. 1831, 1835, 1837, 1840, 1844

Fleetham  [no ref.]  1707-1820

Seventeen deeds  NRO 452/D/1/15  1707-1820

Contents:
To Fleetham mill and demesnes lands, leased to Thomas and William Ostings, 1707, William Ostings and George Taylor, 1723, 1747, Ralph Ostins and Thomas Taylor, 1768, 1776, 1782, James Eadington, 1790, William Watson, 1797, 1804, 1808; land leased to Watson, 1820

Seventeen deeds  NRO 452/D/1/16  1723-1808

Contents:
Of Fleetham demesnes land, leased to William Ostings, 1723, Ralph Ostins, 1747, 1768, 1778, 1782, Robert and John Ostins, 1790, Joseph and John Ostins, 1797, 1804, John Ostins, 1808, John and William Ostins, 1808

Ten deeds  NRO 452/D/1/17  1723-1804

Contents:
Of Fleetham demesnes land, leased to George Taylor, 1723, 1747, Thomas Taylor, 1768, 1776, 1782, 1790, 1797, George Taylor, 1804

Shoreston  [no ref.]  1652-1874

Two deeds  NRO 452/D/1/18  1697

Contents:
Of Shoreston tithes, leased by William, Baron Grey of Wark, to Edward Grey of Shoreston, 1652, and by William Forster of Bamburgh to Thomas Taylor of Bamburgh, with Sunderland, Newtown and Bamburgh tithes

Fifteen deeds  NRO 452/D/1/19  1716-1808

Contents:
Of Shoreston north and south side messuages, leased to Edward Grey, 1716, 1717, 1720, John Grey of Shoreston, 1744, Henry Grey of Bamburgh, 1765, 1774, 1790, 1797, 1804, 1808

Three deeds  NRO 452/D/1/20  1874

Contents:
Of Shoreston land, leased to Ralph Huggup of Hauxley, 1849, and Joseph Forster

Tuggal  [no ref.]  1723-97

Eight deeds  NRO 452/D/1/21  1723-1797

Contents:
Of Tuggal glebe land and land at Tuggal Hall, leased by the Trustees to Thomas Younghusband of Budle, 1723, Samuel Younghusband, 1755, and Thomas Younghusband, 1797

Berwick upon Tweed  [no ref.]  1456-1660

Three deeds  NRO 452/D/1/22  1456-1581

Contents:
Of Berwick tenements of the Morton family, conveyed to Thomas Murton by Richard Cholmelay of Whitby, Yorks, 1456, subject to arbitration, 1578, and sold by Thomas Morton to William Selby, 1581

Three deeds  NRO 452/D/1/23  1494-7

Contents:
Of a cellar in Watergate Street, conveyed by Robert Carr to Bartholomew Mitford, 1494, granted to him by letters patent and quitclaimed to Sir Richard Cholmely, 1497 (with seal of Berwick)

Nine deeds  NRO 452/D/1/24  1589-1653

Contents:
Of tenements in the south side of Hidegate, granted in marriage by Thomas Baxter to Roger Storey, 1589, mortgaged to Richard Pigg in 1623, sold to Robert Cowke, 1625, to Sir William Selby, 1646, (further conveyance, 1652), conveyed in trust for Dame Eleanor Selby, 1652 (another bought, 1653)

Two deeds  NRO 452/D/1/25  1632-56

Contents:
Of the site of a mill house, sold by John Morton to Robert Morton, both of London, 1632, and by Robert Morton to Dame Eleanor Selby, 1656

Two deeds  NRO 452/D/1/26  1527-66

Contents:
To Berwick burgages, conveyed to Odnell Selby, 1527, and John Selbi, 1566

Edmondhills  [no ref.]  1655-1724

Six deeds  NRO 452/D/1/27  1655-1724

Contents:
Of Edmondhills and Lowick tithes, leased by the Trustees for the Maintenance of Preaching Ministers to Dame Eleanor Selby of Berwick, 1655, assigned by Lord Crewe to William Clavering of Berrington, 1705, leased by the Dean and Chapter of Durham to Mark Shaftoe of Whitworth, Co.Durham, and John Cuthbert of Newcastle, 1709, assigned by them to John Rudd for Lord Crewe, before 1720, and leased to Thomas Rudd, 1724

Lucker  [no ref.]  1756

One lease  NRO 452/D/1/28  1756

Contents:
Of Lucker tithes to Thomas Forster

Castle and Borough manor court books.  NRO 452/D/2  1695-1911

Court book for the manors of Castle, 1695-1778, and Borough  NRO 452/D/2/1  1696-1778

Court book for the manors of Castle and Borough  NRO 452/D/2/2  1779-97

Court book for the manors of Castle and Borough  NRO 452/D/2/3  1798-1813

Court book for the manors of Castle and Borough  NRO 452/D/2/4  1814-29

Court book for the manors of Castle and Borough  NRO 452/D/2/5  1830-45

Court book for the manors of Castle  NRO 452/D/2/6  1846-1863

Court book for the manors of Castle  NRO 452/D/2/7  1864-84

Court book for the manors of Castle  NRO 452/D/2/8  1885-1900

Court book for the manors of Castle  NRO 452/D/2/9  1901-11

Court book for the manors of Castle, Borough  NRO 452/D/2/10  1846-99

Bamburgh land agent: estate rentals and accounts  NRO 452/D/3  1656-1893

Rentals and rent accounts  [no ref.]  1656-1876

Bundle labelled Old Rentals of Bamburgh & Blanchland &c  NRO 452/D/3/1  c.1730

Contents:
Containing vouchers for Beadnell fee farm rents, 1656-1700, Bamburgh estate rentals, 1694, 1731-3, c.1735, summary of Bamburgh and Blanchland rents, 1725-8, and Rudd's notes re copyholder's fines, charges to manorial jury, and rent payments

Bamburgh estate half yearly rentals (no acreage)  NRO 452/D/3/2-3  n.d; c.1730-5

Annual rentals, Pentecost-Pentecost: 1737-8, 1738-9, 1739-40, 1740-1, 1762-3, 1763-4, 1770-1  NRO 452/D/3/4-11  1796-7

Bamburgh Rental & Account of Payments, notebook of rents received and payments made in school for charities, and for labour  NRO 452/D/3/12  May 1796-May 1797

Rents &c. Received and Payments made at Bamburgh Castle, Half yearly notebooks of rents received, including Tower Fund property, and estate payments (mainly salaries and related expenses, corn payments, rates and taxes) of John Tate, October 1824, October 1825, April 1826, October 1826, April 1827, October 1827, April 1828, October 1828, April 1829, October 1829, April 1830, April 1831, October 1831, May 1832 (Thomas Tate); of Robert Smeddle, October 1832, April 1833, April 1834, October 1834, May 1835, October 1835, April 1836, October 1836  NRO 452/D/3/13-15  April 1837

Bamburgh estate rental (without payments)  NRO 452/D/3/36  October 1846

Bamburgh Castle estate payments account  NRO 452/D/3/37  December 1875-December 1876

Bamburgh estate tax and allowance claim accounts  [no ref.]  1737-69

Account sheets of allowable payments, September 1737-June 1738, August 1738-June 1739, September 1739-May 1740, April 1740-November 1741  NRO 452/D/3/38-42  September 1767-February 1769

George Turton's accounts: parcel labelled 'Mr.Geo.Turton's own Accounts with Mins.concerning the Farms. Letters &c. from the time he was first employed for the Trustees till his death'.  [no ref. or date]

Volume of Turton's annual accounts with the Trustees, including annual rental of the estate and his expenditure on surgery, guns, salaries, charity payments etc.,  NRO 452/D/3/43  December 1771-June 1780

Bambrough Martinmas 1771, cash book, December 1771-October 1776 (loose in book, various notes and calculations on estate property)  NRO 452/D/3/44  1767-76

Notebooks containing estate rental and payments account  NRO 452/D/3/45-6  May 1776-May 1778, May 1778-May 1779

Notebook containing survey of land to be divided between Trustees and Bamburgh freeholders  NRO 452/D/3/47  December 1771

Memorandums at Bambro' 1772, notebook of accounts of cash, tithe and charity payments, agreements for estate work and leases  NRO 452/D/3/48  May 1772-March 1778

Two viewing and two boring accounts, with letter, re Sunderland and Thornton collieries  NRO 452/D/3/49  September 1769-March 1775

Capt.Douglas's Accounts relating to Thornton Farm from Mayday 1775 to Mayday 1777, bundle including accounts of repairs and building work done at the farm, receipts, and three letters of Capt.Douglas  NRO 452/D/3/50  1775-October 1778

Instructions for preparing Mr.Turton's Acct.done with, queries by Wood, answered by Dr.Sharp, with various receipts, accounts for quitrents  NRO 452/D/3/51  April 1773-October 1778

Bundle of estate papers of Turton, including leading accounts for Green Hill farm building, land tax and petty tithe accounts, 1776, lime sales, 1775, statements, 1775-8, Dr.Sharp's accounts with Turton, 1777, rents received 1778, and miscellaneous letters  NRO 452/D/3/52  June 1771-October 1778

Bamburgh Castle agent: general accounts  NRO 452/D/4  1786-1905

Ledgers  [no ref.]  1803-63

Mr.Maughan's Accounts, volume of payments classified under separate indexed headings and including cross references to Day Book and bills  NRO 452/D/4/1  December 1803-March 1817

Ledger 1817 to 1819  NRO 452/D/4/2  similar April 1817 - March 1830

Ledger 1817 to 1819 (Smeddle replacing Hamilton, 1829, temporary replacement for Maughan, died 1828)  NRO 452/D/4/3  May 1830 - October 1837

Ledger 1817 to 1819 (Smeddle replacing Hamilton, 1829, temporary replacement for Maughan, died 1828)  NRO 452/D/4/4  November 1837 - October 1845

Ledger 1817 to 1819 (Smeddle replacing Hamilton, 1829, temporary replacement for Maughan, died 1828)  NRO 452/D/4/5  October 1852 - April 1859

Ledger 1817 to 1819 (Smeddle replacing Hamilton, 1829, temporary replacement for Maughan, died 1828)  NRO 452/D/4/6  April 1859 - November 1863

Day books  [no ref.]  1814 - 99

M.Maughan's Day Book of Accounts, at Bamburgh Castle, classified weekly accounts of payments  NRO 452/D/4/7  October 1814-November 1821

M.Maughan's Day Book of Accounts, at Bamburgh Castle, (Maughan, Hamilton, Smeddle)  NRO 452/D/4/8  December 1821-April 1832

M.Maughan's Day Book of Accounts, at Bamburgh Castle, (Smeddle)  NRO 452/D/4/9  May 1832 - April 1841

M.Maughan's Day Book of Accounts, at Bamburgh Castle  NRO 452/D/4/10  May 1841 - August 1844

M.Maughan's Day Book of Accounts, at Bamburgh Castle  NRO 452/D/4/11  August 1844 - October 1849

M.Maughan's Day Book of Accounts, at Bamburgh Castle  NRO 452/D/4/12  October 1849 - April 1859

Day book of Robert Smeddle (second series), accounts of daily payments, classified from 1845  NRO 452/D/4/13  July 1832-October 1847

Day book of Robert Smeddle (second series), classified from 1845, classified accounts of payments  NRO 452/D/4/14  May 1848 - December 1852

Day book of Robert Smeddle (second series)  NRO 452/D/4/15  May 1864 - November 1868

Day book of unclassified payments, December 1876 - February 1878, classified  NRO 452/D/4/16  January 1885 - February 1899

General and waste cash books  [no ref.]  1832-1905

Cash book (receipts and payments), Bamburgh Castle  NRO 452/D/4/17  October 1786 - January 1809

Cash book (receipts and payments), Bamburgh Castle  NRO 452/D/4/18  May 1832 - March 1842

Bamburgh Castle, cash book of Thomas Mason  NRO 452/D/4/19  July 1859 - November 1862

Bamburgh Castle, cash book of Thomas Mason  NRO 452/D/4/20  November 1862 - March 1869

Waste cash book  NRO 452/D/4/21  January 1860 - February 1863

Cash book (receipts and payments)  NRO 452/D/4/22  January 1885-July 1894

Cash journal (receipts and payments) of R.G.A.Hutchinson  NRO 452/D/4/23  July 1894 - March 1905

Copy, draft and working cash books  [no ref.]  1842-82

Cash book of weekly payments (mostly labour)  NRO 452/D/4/24  January 1842 - October 1843

Similar cash books  NRO 452/D/4/25-9  October 1850-May 1852, October 1852-April 1854, April 1854 - June 1855, June 1855 - April 1856, April 1856 - August 1857

General Cash Book of Thomas Mason, similar to NRO 452/D/4/24 et seq.  NRO 452/D/4/30  July 1858-September 1859

Similar cash books  NRO 452/D/4/31-2  September 1859 - January 1860, February 1862 - October 1863

Cash book  NRO 452/D/4/33  March 1876 - February 1882

Petty cash books  [no ref.]  1859 - 74

Notebook of petty cash accounts  NRO 452/D/4/34  August 1859-April 1860

Notebook of petty cash accounts  NRO 452/D/4/35-7  April - December 1860, December 1860 - August 1861, August 1861 - April 1863

Petty Cash Book No. 1  NRO 452/D/4/38  November 1863 - November 1865

Petty Cash Book No. 1  NRO 452/D/4/39-41  November 1865 - April 1867 (No.2), May 1867-May 1871, June 1871 - November 1874

Bill books  [no ref.]  1817 - 51

Volume containing copies of suppliers' invoices, with details of payment  NRO 452/D/4/42  October 1817 - December 1832

Bill Book as NRO 452/D/4/42  NRO 452/D/4/43  November 1832 - November 1843

Invoice Book as NRO 452/D/4/42, November 1843-October 1846; grocer's shop invoices  NRO 452/D/4/44  June-December 1851

Invoice Book as NRO 452/D/4/42  NRO 452/D/4/45  May-November 1847

Half Yearly Copies of Accounts  [no ref.]  1801-50

Weekly Arrangement of Accts.1801, folder containing loose sheets of accounts: abstract of George and Aynsley Hall's receipts and payments (corn charity), classified monthly expenditure abstract; meal shop monthly abstract; weekly accounts of miller's wages, etc., tower repairs, copy of Bill book, alphabetically coded weekly disbursements  NRO 452/D/4/46  April - October 1801

Weekly Arrangement of Accompts. 1801 & 1802, two booklets of payments accounts, one indexed by letter, one arranged by week, coded at side  NRO 452/D/4/47  October 1801 - April 1802

Weekly arrangement of accounts, booklet of accounts arranged alphabetically by code letter  NRO 452/D/4/48  April - October 1802

Day Book, Weekly Arrangement of Accts. and Corn Charity Acct., booklet of alphabetically arranged accounts (day book), and accounts by week (weekly arrangement from ledger), with small booklet of weekly receipts and payments abstract, monthly balance, sundries, mill account and Tower fund  NRO 452/D/4/49  October 1802-April 1803

A Copy of Mr.Maughan's Accts. for the last half year, booklet containing copies of day book, weekly arrangement, abstract receipts and payments, sundries, Tower, corn charity and mill accounts  NRO 452/D/4/50  April - October 1803

A Copy of Mr.Maughan's Accts. for the last half year, without abstract of receipts and payments and bill book  NRO 452/D/4/51  October 1803 - April 1804

A Copy of Mr.Maughan's Accts. for the last half year, without bill book, A.1804  NRO 452/D/4/52  March - October 1804

A Copy of Mr.Maughan's Accts. for the last half year, B.1804, including accounts of day book, weekly arrangement, receipts and payments, sundries, mill/kiln/granary, Tower, meal shop loss and gain  NRO 452/D/4/53  October 1804-March 1805

A Copy of Mr.Maughan's Accts. for the last half year, labelled A and B each year (some labels missing), April - October 1805 (2), October 1805 - March 1806, April 1806-March 1807, March-October 1807, October 1807-1808, October 1808-March 1809, April-September 1809, September 1809-March 1810, October 1810-March 1811, April-September 1811 (with loose expenditure abstract), October 1811-March 1812 (with loose reports on contents of cellar), April-September 1812, October 1812-March 1813, April-September 1813, September 1813-March 1814, April-September 1814, October 1814-March 1815, April-September 1815.  NRO 452/D/4/54-73  September 1815-March 1816

A Copy of Mr.Maughan's Accts. for the last half year, including Trustees' farm accounts, March - September 1816, September 1816-March 1817 (with loose cash accounts, Shoreston buildings accounts and expenditure abstract), March-September 1817 (with loose letters to Woodifield re accounting errors (4), two bank statements, cash account, Dinning's accounts and notes) September 1817-March 1818, April - September 1818, September 1818 - March 1819, March - September 1819, October 1819 - March 1820 (without farm), April - September 1820, September 1820 - March 1821, March - September 1821, September 1821 - March 1822, March - September 1822, September 1822 - March 1823, March - September 1823, September 1823-March 1824, March - September 1824 (with loose disbursements abstract and notes on meal account), October 1824-May 1825 (with loose abstracts, corn account and letter), April - October 1825 (with loose abstract, corn bills account and Shotley tithes account).  NRO 452/D/4/74-92  [n.d.]

A Copy of Mr.Maughan's Accts. for the last half year, without mill accounts, October 1825-April 1826, May-October 1826, October 1826-April 1827, May-October 1827 (with expenditure abstract), November 1827-April 1828, May-October 1828 (with loose corn account), May - October 1829 (Hamilton).  NRO 452/D/4/93-100  [n.d.]

A Copy of Mr.Maughan's Accts. for the last half year, of Smeddle's accounts (weekly arrangement, ledger, cash, meal shop, Tower, farm, bill book), April - October 1827 (with loose abstract), May-October 1830 (with loose cheap shop account), October 1830-April 1831, April-October 1831, October 1831-April 1832, May-October 1832 (with loose farm account), October 1832-April 1833, April-October 1833, October 1833 - April 1834, May-October 1834, October 1834-May 1835, May - October 1835, October 1835-April 1836, May - October 1836, November 1836-April 1837  NRO 452/D/4/101-15  [n.d.]

A Copy of Mr.Maughan's Accts. for the last half year, including Bamburgh rent account (receipts and payments and general statement), and most with loose corn accounts, May - October 1837, November 1837 - April 1838, April - October 1838, October 1838 - April 1839, May - October 1837, November 1839 - April 1840, May - October 1840 (with loose attendance average at the school), October 1840 - April 1841, May - October 1841 (with loose shop stock sheet), October 1841 - April 1842, April - October 1842 (with loose shop accounts), October 1842-April 1843, April - October 1843 (with loose shop account and letter re error), October 1843 - April 1844, April - October 1844 (with loose shop account), November 1844 - April 1845, May - October 1845, November 1845 - April 1846, May - October 1846  NRO 452/D/4/116-34  [n.d.]

A Copy of Mr.Maughan's Accts. for the last half year, without day book, Tower fund and bill book, but with boarders' accounts, October 1846-April 1847, April - October 1847, October 1847 - April 1848 (with bill book), April - October 1848, October 1848 - April 1849 (without meal shop and boarders' clothing), April - October 1849 (without meal shop), October 1849 - April 1850 (without meal shop).  NRO 452/D/4/135-41  [n.d.]

Abstracts of accounts. 1823-50  NRO 452/D/4/142  October 1825 - October 1838

Contents:
Account book of abstracts of Maughan's and Smeddle's receipts and payments, with balances and stock

Abstracts of accounts. 1823-50  NRO 452/D/4/143  October 1838 - October 1843

Sheets of half yearly abstracts as in 4/142-3, taken from day book  NRO 452/D/4/144-81  1823, 1829-50

Nine sheets of draft calculations of totals of classified payments  NRO 452/D/4/182  1830-45

Bamburgh Castle agent: individual accounts.  NRO 452/D/5  1760-1880

Arrangement: [The division of sections NRO 452/D.3, NRO 452/D.4 and NRO 452/D.5 follows the assignment of responsibilities between Castle and estate, or land, agents, seen at its clearest between 1800 and 1829; after Robert Smeddle's appointment to both posts in 1832 the distinction becomes blurred, but is still largely maintained in separate accounting, following in this section the patterns of the letter coded individual accounts of the Castle agent's ledgers, e.g. NRO 452/D.4/2.]


Corn charity and meal shop.  [no ref.]  1767-1859

Prior to the death of Dr.Sharp  [no ref.]  1792

Old Corn Accot. cancelled at the other and Accot.of contrivances &c.  NRO 452/D/5/1  November 1766-February 1769

Contents:
Notebook of accounts of Dr. John Sharp of quantity and value of corn sold weekly, with memoranda and computations of loss and value, index to ticket holders, weekly cash accounts for corn, stock accounts and corn prices
(Notebook also includes Sharp's accounts for leading and labour payments and castle debts, May 1766-August 1770; and memoranda of his contrivances (charitable ideas, etc.), with detailed account of work done at the castle, 1771-4).

No.2, notebook of daily accounts of cash received for corn and meal sold to named purchasers by John Pringle, balanced by John Sharp, with cancelled accounts of payments to suppliers or for related labour  NRO 452/D/5/2  February 1767-May 1767

No.2, Nos.3-6, one unnumbered  NRO 452/D/5/3-7  May-June, June-July, July-August, August-September, September-November 1767

Corn Account for the 2nd year, notebooks of similar accounts, numbered I to III  NRO 452/D/5/8-10  November 1767-October 1768

Corn Account for the 3rd year, I-IIII  NRO 452/D/5/11-14  November 1768-October 1769

Corn Account for the 4th year, I-III (from III, Robert Pringle)  NRO 452/D/5/15-17  October 1769-October 1770

Corn Account for the 5th year, I-VI (from II, John Robson)  NRO 452/D/5/18-23  October 1770-October 1771

Corn Account for the 6th year, I-V  NRO 452/D/5/24-8  November 1771-October 1772

Corn Account for the 7th year, now including accounts of surgery expenses and attendance, I-IV  NRO 452/D/5/29-32  October 1772-October 1773

Corn Account for the 8th year, I-IIII (from III, George Hall)  NRO 452/D/5/33-36  October 1773-October 1774

Corn Account for the 9th year, I-IIII  NRO 452/D/5/37-40  October 1774-October 1775

Corn Account for the 10th and 11th years, I-III  NRO 452/D/5/41-43  October 1775-October 1777

Corn Account for the 12th year  NRO 452/D/5/44  October 1777-October 1778

Corn Account for the 13th, 14th and 15th years, with loose infirmary bill  NRO 452/D/5/45  October 1778-October 1781

Corn Account for the 16th year  NRO 452/D/5/46  October 1781-October 1782

Corn Account for the 17th year, 1-4  NRO 452/D/5/47-50  October 1782-October 1783

Corn Account for the 18th year, 1-2  NRO 452/D/5/51-2  October 1783-October 1784

Corn Account for the 19th year, I-II  NRO 452/D/5/53-4  October 1784-May 1785

Corn Account for one for each year, 20th-25th years  NRO 452/D/5/55-60  October 1785-October 1791

Discharges, sheets of summary accounts of Robson and Hall, mostly stated half yearly according to the division of the settlements in NRO 452/D/5/2 et seq.  NRO 452/D/5/61-76  June 1773-January 1777, October 1780-October 1791

Bundle of eleven miscellaneous accounts relating to the infirmary and the corn charity, mostly up to the date of Dr. Sharp's death, including account of disbursements for Sharp, November 1788-June 1791, corn to Sharp's stables and granary expenses, 1791, settlement of infirmary expenses, October 1793-October 1794, list of projected rooms, joiner's bill, June 1782, list of women delivered, infirmary accounts, September 1790-October 1794, list of surgical instruments and inventory of linen;  NRO 452/D/5/77  1782-94

Corn Receipts, annual bundles of the receipts of poor recipients of the charity, some in numbered series  NRO 452/D/5/78-87  November 1766-October 1775

Similar bundle  NRO 452/D/5/88  1775-9

Similar annual bundles  NRO 452/D/5/89-96  October 1780-December 1788

After 1792  [no ref. or date]

Corn charity account book of receipts and payments 'for the purchase of corn for the Benefit of the poor', of George Wood, John Graham and Matthew Woodifield (with loose extracts of orders)  NRO 452/D/5/97  July 1792-April 1820

Similar, of Woodifield, Laybourne and Maughan  NRO 452/D/5/98  April 1820-March 1825

Annual accounts sheets of Wood with the Trustees for the corn charity, 1795-7; draft, Woodifield  NRO 452/D/5/99-103  1801-2

Corn Register Bamburgh Castle 1800, accounts of grain, barley and pease supplied, with sellers, prices and payments, including tables of prices, rotation and quantity of corn to be furnished by estate tenants, bondage rental, 1808, average weekly prices of barley, beans, pease and oats, 1802-32  NRO 452/D/5/104  October 1800-October 1847

Account book of monthly cash receipts and payments for barley and oatmeal, meal seeds and dust by Maughan  NRO 452/D/5/105  May 1806-May 1822

Similar, Cash Book  NRO 452/D/5/106  October 1823-April 1848

Meal shop monthly account book of meal bought at prime cost and sold at reduced prices, including list of recipients for Bamburgh Christmas distribution of beef and tallow  NRO 452/D/5/107  1799-1828, October 1804-April 1827

Monthly account book of delivery of barley and pease, return of meal, sales and balance, with half yearly meal balances, 1833-42, and named supplies from 1838  NRO 452/D/5/108  January 1826-October 1846

Account book (day book) of wheat and oats sales to Trustees, agents and servants, and barley and oatmeal and corn sold to ticketholders  NRO 452/D/5/109  January 1796-June 1798

Account book (day book) of wheat and oats sales to Trustees, agents and servants, and barley and oatmeal and corn sold to ticketholders  NRO 452/D/5/110  June 1798-April 1802

Meal Ticket Register of charity recipients, giving name, place of residence, occupation, recommender, number in family and circumstances  NRO 452/D/5/111  1800-13

Meal Sale Book, day book of meal purchases by ticket holders  NRO 452/D/5/112  November 1807-July 1813

Meal Sale Book, account books  NRO 452/D/5/113-15  April 1829-June 1835, July 1835-June 1840, July 1840-August 1847

Sheet of abstract accounts of meal sold monthly, with loss and yearly averages  NRO 452/D/5/116  1801-14

Notebook abstract of receipts and payments for meal and rice, with monthly balances and payments as per disbursements book  NRO 452/D/5/117  October 1801-April 1802

Thirty four sheets of abstract annual accounts of corn average prices, sellers and quantity supplied by month  NRO 452/D/5/118  1806-25

Meal shop sales and receipts accounts sheet  NRO 452/D/5/119  October 1801-April 1802

General account of receipt and sale of meal for 1803, accounts sheet of barley, beans/pease and oats ground, 'from Millbook', monthly meal sales, returns and balances  NRO 452/D/5/120  January-December 1803

Similar annual accounts sheets  NRO 452/D/5/121-42  1804-25

Accounts sheet of mill and kiln receipts and payments  NRO 452/D/5/143  October 1801-April 1802

Stable Book, accounts of supply of hay and oats for stables, June 1845-October 1852; with Trustees' farm account of corn supplied  NRO 452/D/5/144  May 1833-April 1859

Vouchers to the several Corn Accounts settled up to this time, 19th Jan. 1796, duplicate corn accounts with vouchers  NRO 452/D/5/145  January 1793-January 1796

Similar accounts and vouchers  NRO 452/D/5/146-8  January 1797, February, November 1808

Bundle of vouchers  NRO 452/D/5/149  March 1805

Corn account with vouchers  NRO 452/D/5/150  March 1822

Bondage, account book of Dr.Sharp for corn provided and labour worked by Sunderland copyholders and estate tenants for bondage, with summary accounts of corn sold  NRO 452/D/5/151  May 1768-October 1776

Four copy and draft sheets of George Hall's bondage rent accounts  NRO 452/D/5/152  May 1794, March 1795

Notebook of accounts of bondage days (c.1860), with other miscellaneous accounts including cash accounts, August 1859, individual Trustees' accounts for wine etc., with loose receipts, with Thomas Mason  NRO 452/D/5/153  May 1863-October 1864

Castle surgery (dispensary, infirmary)  [no ref.]  1772-1855

Notebook of accounts of expenses of fitting up the surgery and of surgery disbursements, with summary of annual expenditure  NRO 452/D/5/154  1773-1810; August 1772-August 1810

Notebook of accounts of wine received from the Castle cellar, purchased for the surgery, and distributed to individual patients  NRO 452/D/5/155  January 1834-February 1839

Notebook of accounts of daily distribution of wine to patients, with occasional notes of receipts of stock and stocktaking  NRO 452/D/5/156  January 1841-June 1859

Dispensary Wine Account, similar to NRO 452/D/5/153, with some loose wine prescriptions  NRO 452/D/5/157  May 1851-April 1855


Related information: (See also sub section a. above; and for other papers, NRO 452/D.8.)

Labour  [no ref.]  1761-1886

Castle Book, notebook of accounts of Rev.Thomas Sharp with Dr.Sharp for labour payments  NRO 452/D/5/158  September-December 1761

Account of Geo.Hall's Work at Bambrough Castle &c.since June 12, 1779, notebook of accounts of miscellaneous attendance, duties and general labour, with loose accounts of Hall; at rear, list of directions to Hall by Sharp  NRO 452/D/5/159  6 November 1779; June 1779-October 1783

Notebook of accounts of weekly labour payments, (joiners, masons, millers, leading), letter coded  NRO 452/D/5/160  April-October 1802

Similar account book, including some other payments, e.g. postage, benefactions; on flyleaf, 'Robert Smeddle'  NRO 452/D/5/161  August 1803-May 1807

Notebooks of weekly labour payment accounts  NRO 452/D/5/162-70  October 1843-July 1845, July 1845-December 1846, April 1849-October 1850, October 1850-May 1852, October 1852-April 1854, April 1854-June 1855, June 1855-April 1856, April 1856-August 1857, August 1857-November 1858

Castle Work A/cs., five weekly accounts sheets of William Hamilton of work done (joiners, labourers, leading)  NRO 452/D/5/171  November 1852-January 1853

Masons' Labour Book, accounts of daily work and weekly pay  NRO 452/D/5/172  August 1859-January 1874

Joiners' Labour Book, accounts of a single joiner's work (R.Wilson)  NRO 452/D/5/173  August 1859-March 1873

Joiners' Labour Book, accounts of daily work and weekly pay  NRO 452/D/5/174  August 1859-December 1873

Account book of time of Richard Hall et al., labouring at quarry, footpaths, carting etc  NRO 452/D/5/175  January 1877-March 1883

Account book of daily work of James Martin at Bamburgh, carrying and labouring, with some general labouring  NRO 452/D/5/176  November 1879-December 1886

Notebook of accounts of daily work and weekly wages of Robert Burridge for general duties at the castle  NRO 452/D/5/177  November 1882-August 1893

Notebook of accounts of labourer's time at the farm, etc. (Thomas Lees), including names of the farm cows  NRO 452/D/5/178  1890-1, July 1890-December 1893

Cheap shop  [no ref.]  1796-1859

Volume of classified cash accounts of purchases and sales of candles, blue, pepper, starch, barley, rice, ginger, alum, pins, butter, etc.  NRO 452/D/5/179  March 1796-December 1798

Sheet of annual reports of the state of the school and shop fund  NRO 452/D/5/180  1796-1804

Shop account sheet of stock and cash in hand  NRO 452/D/5/181  1804

Classified cash account book, indexed, with profit and loss account  NRO 452/D/5/182  January 1817-August 1829

Shop Book, accounts of the Cheap Shop with Robert Smeddle of cash paid to and by him  NRO 452/D/5/183  August 1829-June 1859

Copy of Bamburgh Castle Cheap Shop Account Book  NRO 452/D/5/184  August 1829-October 1830

Stock & Invoice Book, tabulated stock records; with accounts of invoices received for goods supplied  NRO 452/D/5/185  August 1829-October 1847; October 1829-June 1859

Bamburgh Castle Shop Account, notebooks of accounts of cash received from Mrs.Weatherston and payments made  NRO 452/D/5/186-9  April 1832-April 1842, October 1835-May 1836, November 1839-April 1840, November 1841-April 1842

Bamburgh Castle Shop Invoices, book containing copies of suppliers' invoices  NRO 452/D/5/190  December 1847-April 1851

Account book of groceries supplied to school, receipted by Elizabeth Maughan, October 1852-October 1857; including draft accounts of rent and other receipts from Bamburgh estate tenants and allowances  NRO 452/D/5/191  c.1865-6

Shop Invoice Book, as NRO 452/D/5/190, including at rear account of rabbits taken  NRO 452/D/5/192  1857, April 1855-February 1858

Bamburgh Castle Shop, 1858, weekly account book of creditors  NRO 452/D/5/193  May 1857-May 1859

Castle School and 'Female School of Industry'  [no ref.]  1794-1853

School boarders' account book of weekly payments for victualling, dairy and clothing, earnings, expenditure and sundries (not individualized)  NRO 452/D/5/194  January 1801-November 1818

School boarders' account book of weekly payments for victualling, dairy and clothing, earnings, expenditure and sundries (not individualized)  NRO 452/D/5/195-6  September 1819-August 1837, September 1837-November 1846

Boarders' Account 1831 &c., book of accounts, with Charlotte and Hannah Oliver for groceries supplied  NRO 452/D/5/197  September 1831-September 1833

Boarders Account Book September 1st. 1836, similar accounts with Mrs.Crawford  NRO 452/D/5/198  September 1836-August 1838

Similar account book, from April 1840 with Ann Burrell; including at rear a list of the castle's population, with ages  NRO 452/D/5/199  15 August 1831; September 1838-May 1840

Similar, with Ann Burrell  NRO 452/D/5/200  October 1840-1845

Boarders' Farm Account, book of payments for labour, stock, etc., and receipts  NRO 452/D/5/201  September 1837-April 1853

Account book of hanks spun weekly by individual boarders and day scholars, January 1796-February 1804; at rear, accounts of thread purchased, January 1800-December 1801, and accounts of work done for named employers  NRO 452/D/5/202  December 1794-November 1803

Similar weekly account books of jersey and lint spinning  NRO 452/D/5/203-4  January 1809-August 1818, October 1818-December 1828

Volume of general accounts of material received (wool worsted, etc.) and work finished, with stockings sold to boarders and Trustees, January 1795-November 1801; individual scholars' accounts of stockings finished, February 1800-December 1803; and at rear, accounts of thread, pins, etc. supplied  NRO 452/D/5/205  December 1797-May 1798

Volume of general and individual accounts of tops and worsted received, stockings finished and given, and materials received and finished for employers, June 1804-February 1828; at front, accounts of payments for repairs, whinstone rock, windmill, castle and school coals, shore, castle, town and Warenford roads, female schools, sundries, mill mound, quarry, kiln, meal sale, corn expenses, taxes and cesses, bathing machine, infirmary, town house repairs, seamen and benefactions  NRO 452/D/5/206  September 1800-March 1801

Similar accounts of material received and work finished  NRO 452/D/5/207  November 1828-April 1838

Boarders' clothing account book of material received and stockings finished, with clothing accounts for individual boarders  NRO 452/D/5/208  March 1838-March 1844

Cash Book 1797, cash accounts of lint and wool bought, weavers', combers', doublers', spinning and knitting, stocking weavers, soap and oil accounts, linen cloth bought, shirts, shorts, tops, noyls, jersey, worsted and stockings sold  NRO 452/D/5/209  March-December 1797

Similar annual account books, indexed  NRO 452/D/5/210-11  1798, 1799

Similar, including dyers' accounts; at rear, accounts of John Robson re. Bamburgh castle concerns, note of payments in Wood's accounts, 1796-9, stock in hand and state of the school fund  NRO 452/D/5/212  January 1801; 1800

Similar annual account books, many labelled Cash Book, with products from 1802 including doyleys and pantaloons, and from 1806 shawls, indexed and most including summaries of stock in hand  NRO 452/D/5/213-23  1801, 1802, 1804, 1805, 1806, 1807, 1808, 1809, 1810, 1811, 1812

Stock Book 1797, accounts under various headings (lint, weavers, combers, wool, shorts, tops, etc., jersey, worsted, stocking weavers, stockings, shirts) of stock receipts and deliveries  NRO 452/D/5/224  December 1796-December 1797

Similar annual accounts, most indexed  NRO 452/D/5/225-34  1798, 1799, 1801, 1802, 1807, 1808, 1809, 1810, 1811, 1812

Sheet of detailed accounts of cloth produced and sold  NRO 452/D/5/235  December 1819-November 1820


Related information: (For other papers, see NRO 452/D/D.8.)

Coal supplies and leading  [no ref.]  1800-94

Bamburgh castle coal acct., indexed account book of supplies to boarders, school, shop, factory, Tower and individuals including Maughan  NRO 452/D/5/236  October 1800-July 1833

Coal supplies account book (house, boarders, castle, schoolmistress, office, schools village, church chancel, coal depot)  NRO 452/D/5/237  January 1873-August 1886

Coal supplies account, uncategorized  NRO 452/D/5/238  January 1887-September 1894

Coal leading book, 1859, leading accounts for house, boarders', laundry, castle, school, benefactions, farm, stable, agent's house and office, village school, church  NRO 452/D/5/239  August-December 1859

Similar, house, boarders, castle, schoolmistress, farm servants, office, school village, church chancel, Christmas  NRO 452/D/5/240  November 1872-January 1880

Tower Fund  [no ref.]  1805-63

Weekly account book of Tower repairs and furniture, November 1805-April 1830; at rear, A Separate Account of Sundries  NRO 452/D/5/241  October 1805-April 1830

Tower Fund Repairs, Bamburgh Tower fund rents receipt account book  NRO 452/D/5/242  Martinmas 1832-October 1844

Tower Fund Account, account book of payments and balance, November 1859-November 1863; with accounts of Thomas Mason, April-August 1859, and Trustees' garden account (labour payments etc.)  NRO 452/D/5/243  October 1859-November 1863

Trustees' farm  [no ref.]  1808-86

Account book of receipts and payments for the farm (labour, stock, etc.)  NRO 452/D/5/244  May 1808-March 1814

Trustees' Farm Account, similar weekly account book  NRO 452/D/5/245  November 1828-April 1836

Similar account books  NRO 452/D/5/246-7  May 1836-April 1852, November 1851-June 1859

Farm labour book, weekly accounts of named labourers' time and wages  NRO 452/D/5/248  August 1859-July 1886

Leading  [no ref.]  1767-1880

Notebook of leading accounts, with some loose vouchers, of Dr.Sharp with William and Thomas Anderson, Henry Johnson and Thomas Thompson  NRO 452/D/5/249  December 1767-October 1770

Sheet of leading accounts of Henry Grey, with statement and settlement with Dr.Sharp  NRO 452/D/5/250  May 1790-December 1791

Materials led by Farm Horses for Roads, footpaths &c., notebook of accounts  NRO 452/D/5/251  August - December 1859

Materials led by Farm Horses for Roads, footpaths &c., notebook of accounts  NRO 452/D/5/252  December 1859-August 1879

Bamburgh Village & Sundry Leading a/cs by Farm Horses  NRO 452/D/5/253  December 1859-January 1880

Housekeeping  [no ref.]  1843-63

Notebook of accounts of groceries purchased [for household]  NRO 452/D/5/255  January 1841-January 1843

Notebook of accounts of groceries purchased [for household]  NRO 452/D/5/256  February 1843-December 1844

Notebook of accounts of Mrs.Lee, housekeeper, for cleaning, washing, etc., and materials purchased  NRO 452/D/5/257  February 1841-September 1862

Trustees' House Keeping & Boarders' Accounts, account book of wages and salaries, goods and labour payments  NRO 452/D/5/258  August 1859-May 1864

Buildings and repairs  [no ref.]  1770-1862

Expence of making the well in the Castle, notebook of accounts of Dr.Sharp, December 1770-October 1776; at rear, contributions from Trustees, 1771-83, and expenses about the Great Clock  NRO 452/D/5/259  June 1773-83

Account of articles used by workmen at Bambro' Castle, 1859, notebook of accounts under various headings, North Sunderland kilns, boarders, village, Tower, Mr.Darnell, agency, school, harbour, Archd.Thorpe, surgery, castle, Walker's farm, schoolmistress)  NRO 452/D/5/260  August - September 1859

Buildings and Repairs Accounts, notebook of accounts for labour and material; including glebe watercourse accounts  NRO 452/D/5/261  May-June 1860; November 1859-August 1865

Notebook of labour and materials accounts for repairs, Wynding Lane houses and other estate farms  NRO 452/D/5/262  December 1859-May 1861

Notebook of labour and materials accounts for repairs, farms only  NRO 452/D/5/263  May 1861-November 1862

Notebook containing calculations and memoranda about buildings and repairs, various farms  NRO 452/D/5/264  January 1853-July 1855

Stipends, church and parsonage and related payments  [no ref.]  1760-1864

Account books of Dr.Sharp for labour, materials, etc. for habitation in the castle of the Bumburgh minister  NRO 452/D/5/265  September 1760-August 1761, August 1761-October 1762

Chapel Acct., notebook of Dr.Sharp's accounts for labour payments re repair of Bamburgh Castle chapel  NRO 452/D/5/267  May 1787-August 1789

Churches, Chancels, Parsonages, Stipends to Encumbents &c., notebook of accounts, mainly labour, with some officers' payments, for Bamburgh and North Sunderland parsonages, Bamburgh church and chancel, North Sunderland, Beadnell and Bamburgh stipends, alterations to the curate's house and archdeacon's visitation fees  NRO 452/D/5/268  August 1859-May 1864

Notebook of cash accounts of Thomas Mason with Rev.W.Darnell and Rev.F.R.Simpson for payments as incumbent, librarian etc., and by them for rent, etc.  NRO 452/D/5/269  October 1859-April 1864

Dairy accounts  [no ref.]  1811-93

Bamborough Castle Dairy Account, daily account book of butter produced and sold  NRO 452/D/5/270  September 1811-April 1836

Notebook of daily accounts of milk and butter produced and used by Trustees, officials, etc., or sold  NRO 452/D/5/271  May 1861-October 1863

Similar; December 1884-January 1890, including use by school, housekeeper, rent dinners and sales, January-December 1889, and yearly accounts  NRO 452/D/5/272  1890-3

Tradesmen's accounts  [no ref.]  1802-47

The London Grocer's Acct., account book of Maughan with David Pugh, Ryder and Co., later Ryder and Son, Fenchurch Street, December 1802-June 1829, and William Henry Sharp and John Cotchett, Wapping, later Sharp and Hanbury, and John Hanbury, Ratcliff, soap manufactuers, April 1808-August 1829; at rear, accounts of meal received and stock sold  NRO 452/D/5/273  November 1844-September 1847

George Ross's account book with the butcher  NRO 452/D/5/274  October 1833-April 1844

Shipwrecks and related payments  [no ref.]  1762-1864

Notebook of Dr.Sharp for wreck brought ashore at Bamburgh and expenditure re salvage  NRO 452/D/5/275  1762-January 1767

Notebook of accounts of Sharp's payments for mariners' burials  NRO 452/D/5/276  October 1763

Aids to Crews and Ships in Distress Account, notebook of accounts, including payments for Red Barns water course  NRO 452/D/5/277  September 1859-May 1864

Smaller categories  [no ref.]  1852-64

Account of Rabbits & Pigeons taken, notebook of accounts for Trustees at al.  NRO 452/D/5/278  1852-9

Rabbits & Pigeons, similar, arranged by person  NRO 452/D/5/279  June-November 1859

An Account of Wood used at Bambro' & other Places, account book  NRO 452/D/5/280  January 1855-August 1857

Castle Stables, Castle & Surgery a/cs Cesses & Taxes, notebook of general labour and other payments at the castle, village, roads, school, benefactions, North Sunderland, taxes etc.  NRO 452/D/5/281  July - August 1859

Castle Stables, Castle & Surgery a/cs Cesses & Taxes, notebook of general labour and other payments at the castle, village, roads, school, benefactions, North Sunderland, taxes etc.  NRO 452/D/5/282  August 1859-May 1864

Agencies, Sunderland Waggon Way & Miscellaneous Accounts, Notebook of accounts  NRO 452/D/5/283  August 1859-November 1869

Charities Account, notebook of charitable payments, including Bamburgh Hall farm account, and accounts for Miss Hebron's funeral  NRO 452/D/5/284  August 1859-May 1864

Roads & Footpaths Account, notebook of labour and cartage payments, including township roads  NRO 452/D/5/285  November 1859-May 1864

Miscellaneous  [no ref.]  1829-76

Account book of the distribution of Christmas beef, suet and coal, Bamburgh and North Sunderland  NRO 452/D/5/286  1829-73

Overseers' account book for Bamburgh castle township (Belford Union), of Smeddle, Hamilton, Tuer, Gibson et al., including loose statement of Belford district highways account, 1871, overseers' balance sheets, 1872, and four letters to George Ross from the Rowlandson on estate matters  NRO 452/D/5/287  1875-6; August 1848-September 1871

Bamburgh estate, letter books of and correspondence to the agents  NRO 452/D/6  1776-1872

Letter books  [no ref.]  1853-72

Letter Book No. 1  NRO 452/D/6/1  February 1853-September 1855

Contents:
Indexed by recipient, of copy out letters of Thomas Tuer, agent

Letter Book No. 2  NRO 452/D/6/2  September 1855-September 1859

Contents:
(Tuer and James Duns).

Letter Book No. 2  NRO 452/D/6/3  October 1859-January 1863

Contents:
(Duns and Thomas Mason).

Letter Book No. 2  NRO 452/D/6/4  January 1863-December 1872

Contents:
(Duns, Mason, Edward Macdonald, George Ross).

Correspondence  [no ref.]  1776-1863

Letters to and from Mr.Robson and other matters while he acted as land steward of Bamburgh, Thornton &c., bundle of letters, sketch plans, rentals and estimates  NRO 452/D/6/5  April 1776 - October 1781

Bundle of letters, many from W. and W. Dickson of Alnwick to Thomas Mason, relating to estate business, including Thornton tithes, wayleaves, N.E.R. sale, etc.  NRO 452/D/6/6  June 1847 - January 1863

North Sunderland letters and other papers, bundle of letters to Thomas Tuer  NRO 452/D/6/7  1852-5

Bundles of letters from Rowlandson to Tuer re Bamburgh estate business  NRO 452/D/6/8-9  1853-8, 1859-60

Similar, re remittances, etc.  NRO 452/D/6/10  1853-7

Bundles of letters to Tuer from tradesmen, tenants, etc.  NRO 452/D/6/11-12  1853-6, 1857-8

Bundle of letters to Tuer from the Trustees  NRO 452/D/6/13  1853-8

Bundle of timber and building materials prices sent to Tuer  NRO 452/D/6/14  1853-6

Bundle of letters to Tuer from J.Henry, Durham, re building work on the estate  NRO 452/D/6/15  1856-8

Miscellaneous letters and other papers of Tuer  NRO 452/D/6/16  1858-61

Letter to Smeddle from Robert Littlejohn of Spittal, December 1832; letter to Ross from William Jures of Alnwick  NRO 452/D/6/17-18  October 1876

Estate papers  NRO 452/D/7  1721-1930

Bundle of miscellaneous instructions to stewards, specifications for building, statements about the moor and schedules and accounts re enclosure  NRO 452/D/7/1  1776-80, 1736-1860

Bundle of applications, agreements, depositions and other papers re leases and land disputes  NRO 452/D/7/2  1764-1809

Book of weights and measures testing (Dr.Sharp), Bamburgh estate  NRO 452/D/7/3  July 1772-November 1809

Survey plan of road from Warenford to Bamburgh  NRO 452/D/7/4  March 1796

John Dinning's report of state of repairs of Bamburgh farm buildings  NRO 452/D/7/5  March 1808

Report on Bamburgh church crypt, 1837, and architect's report on chancel and plans for restoration  NRO 452/D/7/6  1893

Bundle of papers, copy agreements, offers, claim award and remarks, relating to John Bolam's tenancy of Fleetham farm  NRO 452/D/7/7  February 1846-December 1852

Papers relating to Bamburgh Castle water supply, including estimates of Losh Wilson and Bell, Walker Ironworks, and plan of horse pumping apparatus  NRO 452/D/7/8  1851-5

Bundle of notices to the tenantry of Tuer's dismissal and consequent vacancy, with two letters  NRO 452/D/7/9  May 1859

Draft appointment of Mrs.Taylor as Trustees' housekeeper at the Castle  NRO 452/D/7/10  September 1862

New Shoreston farm boiler insurance policy  NRO 452/D/7/11  May 1930

Papers relating to individual Castle charities  NRO 452/D/8  1772-1923

Aids to crews and ships in distress  [no ref.]  1772-81

Journal of wind and weather conditions and daily activities, re wrecks etc., by Mr.Dial (including record of the opening of the school)  NRO 452/D/8/1  October - November [1772]

Similar, Transactions  NRO 452/D/8/2-6  January - December 1774, January - December 1775, January - December 1776, (Journal) January - December 1777, March - October 1781

Pawle's Journal, Similar account, for coast to Beadnell Burn  NRO 452/D/8/7  July - September 1779

Castle surgery  [no ref.]  1772-1923

The Bambrough Hospital Prescription Book of prescriptions for named patients  NRO 452/D/8/8  May 1775 - December 1776

Dispensary prescriptions day book  NRO 452/D/8/9  1901-23

Dispensary register of patients  NRO 452/D/8/10  October 1777-January 1784

Dispensary Book, similar register of patients admitted  NRO 452/D/8/11  April 1793-June 1816

Volume of dispensary half yearly statistical reports  NRO 452/D/8/12  1866-1911

Dispensary case book (separating Bamburgh and North Sunderland patients)  NRO 452/D/8/13  March 1881-September 1888

Similar case books  NRO 452/D/8/14-17  October 1888-April 1898, April 1898-March 1905, March 1905-September 1915, September 1915-September 1920

Bundle of papers of Dr.Sharp relating to the surgery, including certificate for a poor patient, 1772, rules to be observed by the surgeon (3), five prescriptions recipes, account of patients, October 1772, list of patients attended, 1798-1800, two letters from William Ingram and one from Dr. Rotherham, copy of The Newcastle Courant  NRO 452/D/8/18  November 1782

Contract of engagement of John Frank Lang as surgeon  NRO 452/D/8/19  4 May 1852

Tower Fund  [no ref.]  1775-1832

Dr.Sharp's Book, containing inventories of goods belonging to Dr. and Rev.Thomas Sharp, furniture belonging to the Castle, the barracks and the schoolmistress  NRO 452/D/8/20  1775-92

Bundle of papers relating to Dr.Sharp's deed of gift and bequest, including extracts from these, November 1778, April 1792, three rental accounts, May 1795-May 1798, and a valuation of the property  NRO 452/D/8/21  June 1832; 1778-1832

Castle school with other schools  [no ref.]  1828-96

Bundle of letters, notes and forms of application for admission to the castle school  NRO 452/D/8/22  July 1828-August 1867

Bundle of letters from Smeddle to Leybourne re. school business, including some estate material, and four letters from Rev. Richard Marshall reporting on neighbouring schools (Holy Island, Howick, Ellingham, Beadnell, Lucker, Fleetham, Newham)  NRO 452/D/8/23  October 1830-July 1836

Bundle of letters to and from Samuel Rowlandson, the Castle officers and the Trustees, etc., re placing of girls at the school; with a list of boarders July 1874  NRO 452/D/8/25  July 1853-May 1896

Register of girls recommended for admission  NRO 452/D/8/26  July 1879 - July 1892

Bundle including diocesan inspector's report on the girls' school, January 1890, North Sunderland schools account with two relate letters  NRO 452/D/8/27  January - April 1890

Bundle of applications (11) for post of schoolmaster  NRO 452/D/8/28  1835

Folder of loose papers relating to schools or education extracred from other classes of papers and marked 'Miscellaneous Papers relating to Crewe Trust Educational Charities', incl. schedule of schools supported by Trustees n.d. (early 19th c), 1780-1884, with two plans of Shotley Glebe House  NRO 452/D/8/29  18th c

Folder of loose papers relating to schools or education extracred from other classes of papers and marked 'Bamburgh: Castle Schools I'  NRO 452/D/8/30  1734-1808

Folder of loose papers relating to schools or education extracred from other classes of papers and marked 'Schools in Northumberland (North) other than Bamburgh', incl. Alnwick, Beadnell, Belford, Berwick, Holy Island, Thornton, Edlingham, Ellingham, Eglingham, Lucker, Cornhill, Chillingham, Kirknewton, Newham  NRO 452/D/8/31  c.1780-1890

Folder of loose papers relating to schools or education extracred from other classes of papers and marked 'Schools in Northumberland (South)', incl. Newcastle, Hartburn, Mitford  NRO 452/D/8/32  1810-31

Folder of loose papers relating to schools or education extracred from other classes of papers and marked 'Schools in Northumberland (East)', incl. Embleton, Warkworth  NRO 452/D/8/33  1779-1885

Folder of loose papers relating to schools or education extracred from other classes of papers and marked 'Schools in Northumberland (West)', incl. High Hexhamshire, Ovington, Stamfordham  NRO 452/D/8/34  1762-1834

Folder of loose papers relating to schools or education extracred from other classes of papers and marked 'Blanchland School'  NRO 452/D/8/35  (1758-1834)

Folder of loose papers relating to schools or education extracred from other classes of papers and marked 'Schools in Durham (West) other than Blanchland', incl. Bishop Auckland, Harwood and Middleton (Teesdale), Thornley (Wolsingham), Shotley Bridge, St. John's Chapel, Eastgate and Westgate, Kilhope and Welhope, Wearshead, Frosterley, Witton le Wear, Witton Gilbert, Hunstanworth, Esh Winning, Cornsey Almshouses School, Barnard Castle, Hamsterley, Merrington  NRO 452/D/8/36  18th-19th c

Folder of loose papers relating to schools or education extracred from other classes of papers and marked 'Schools in Durham (South)', including Aycliffe, Brafferton, Billingham, Bishopston, Cleasley, Cockerton, Croft, Darlington, Fishburn, Greatham, Heversham, Hurworth on Tees, Northallerton (N.Yorks), Norton, Sadberge (Cu.) Shadforth, Sherburn, Shildon, Stainton, Stockton, Sunderland Bridge, Thorpe, Trimdon, Wolviston  NRO 452/D/8/37  18th-19thc

Folder of loose papers relating to schools or education extracred from other classes of papers and marked 'Schools in Durham (North)', including Birtley, Boldon, Durham St. Giles, Gateshead, Heworth, Jarrow, Pittington, Ryton  NRO 452/D/8/38  18th-19th c

Folder of loose papers relating to schools or education extracred from other classes of papers and marked 'Schools in Durham (East)', including Easington, Seaham Harbour, Stranton (W.Hartlepool), Sunderland, Washington, W.Rainton  NRO 452/D/8/39  18th-19th c

Folder of loose papers relating to schools or education extracred from other classes of papers and marked 'Schoolmasters Association [Newcastle and North of England 1792-1828', incl. printed circular letters.  NRO 452/D/8/40  [n.d.]

Logbook of Bamburgh Castle Boarders School (Girls)  NRO 452/D/8/41  1881-1893

North Sunderland  NRO 452/D/9  1723-1931

Arrangement: [Much material relating to North Sunderland is contained in both the administration papers, NRO 452/C.1-6, and the Bamburgh estate papers, NRO 452/D.1-8. This section includes material relating to North Sunderland only; for maps, see NRO 452/D.10.]


Deeds and leases  [no ref.]  1723-1873

Farms  [no ref.]  1723-1820

Lease  NRO 452/D/9/1  1723

Contents:
Counterpart and draft of the Broadway farms to Henry Anderson et al.

Lease and counterpart of the West Field Farms to Henry and Alexander Anderson et al.  NRO 452/D/9/2  1723

Six leases of land to William Anderson, 1790, 1797, 1804 and to Catherine Anderson, 1808, and William Humble, 1820  NRO 452/D/9/3  1790 - 1820

Five leases of land to Henry Johnson, 1790, Ralph Johnson, 1797, 1804, 1808  NRO 452/D/9/4  1790-1808

Two leases of sixty acres to John Thompson  NRO 452/D/9/5  1790, 1797

Lease and counterpart of the South West Side farm to John Robinson of Tuggal  NRO 452/D/9/6  1797

Three leases of sixty acres approx. to Thomas Thompson of Acklington  NRO 452/D/9/7  1804, 1808

Three leases of various farms, to Robert Anderson, 1790, James Blackett, 1820, and Thomas Johnston.  NRO 452/D/9/8  1820

Colliery and lime quarries  [no ref.]  1768-1873

Seven leases of the limestone quarries and kilns, collieries and farmholds, to John Pringle and James Blackett, 1768, John Robinson of Tuggal, 1797, 1802, Richard Robson of Alnwick Castle and John Skelly, 1829, Richard Robson of Howick and James Cockburn Belaney, 1844 and Thomas Anderson, 1873  NRO 452/D/9/9  1768-1873

Other deeds relating to the estate  [no ref.]  1830-5

Copy plan and agreement for sale of land by James Hogg to the Trustees, November 1830, with surrender  NRO 452/D/9/10  April 1831

Copy lease of wayleave, Durham and North Sunderland Railway Company  NRO 452/D/9/11  March 1835

Copyhold documents  [no ref.]  1813-1925

Parchment roll of manorial admittances and surrenders, with some plans, for North Sunderland copyhold property  NRO 452/D/9/12  December 1813-October 1835

Parchment roll of manorial admittances and surrenders, with some plans, for North Sunderland copyhold property  NRO 452/D/9/13  December 1835-August 1845

Parchment roll of manorial admittances and surrenders, with some plans, for North Sunderland copyhold property  NRO 452/D/9/14  October 1846-January 1859

Parchment roll of manorial admittances and surrenders, with some plans, for North Sunderland copyhold property  NRO 452/D/9/14a  1859-1877

Parchment roll of manorial admittances and surrenders, with some plans, for North Sunderland copyhold property  NRO 452/D/9/15  May 1877-July 1888

Parchment roll of manorial admittances and surrenders, with some plans, for North Sunderland copyhold property (flat)  NRO 452/D/9/16  November 1889-November 1902

Parchment roll of manorial admittances and surrenders, with some plans, for North Sunderland copyhold property (flat)  NRO 452/D/9/17  November 1902-May 1920

Parchment roll of manorial admittances and surrenders, with some plans, for North Sunderland copyhold property (book)  NRO 452/D/9/18  August 1920-December 1925

Annual rental of copyhold tenements, 1852-8; with list of fines, 1850, and memoranda re notices  NRO 452/D/9/19-27  1859

Accounts  [no ref.]  1809-1931

Harbour  [no ref.]  1809-1931

Harbour account book of John Robinson with the Trustees for the pier (labour, carriage, etc.)  NRO 452/D/9/28  June 1809-July 1813

Harbour and shore dues account book, indexed, for lime, herring, corn, trading and windbound vessels  NRO 452/D/9/29  July 1843-March 1856

Sheet of harbour dues accounts  NRO 452/D/9/30  October 1846-October 1847

Harbour register, accounts of dues etc., with loose papers re. charges  NRO 452/D/9/31  November 1850-October 1856

North Sunderland Village Harbour &c.Accounts, notebook of accounts, mainly labour, for harbour, a lifeboat account and various Bamburgh estate farms  NRO 452/D/9/32  August 1859-May 1864

Harbour and works labour account book (produced in re Attorney General v. Liddell)  NRO 452/D/9/33  April 1872-June 1873

Workmen's time book at the harbour  NRO 452/D/9/34  May - June 1873

Dredging Crews Wages, notebook  NRO 452/D/9/35  April - May 1908

Harbour works, account book  NRO 452/D/9/36  May-August [1908]

Herring and Fish Landings, register  NRO 452/D/9/37  June 1909-September 1931

N.S.Harbour Receipts Book of dues received from named vessels and cargoes  NRO 452/D/9/38  April 1910-December 1915

N.S.Harbour Receipts Book of dues received from named vessels and cargoes  NRO 452/D/9/39  January 1916-December 1923

North Sunderland voucher bundles  NRO 452/D/9/40-2  March - November 1899, January - December 1902, February - December 1906

Lime works  [no ref.]  1840-58

Copy of North Sunderland Shipp'd Lime, account book  NRO 452/D/9/43  February 1840-January 1847

Copy of North Sunderland Shipp'd Lime, account book  NRO 452/D/9/44  March 1847-May 1848

Sunderland lime works ledger of accounts of lime shipped, country lime, lime delivered to Trustees or sold to tenants  NRO 452/D/9/45  1845 November 1849

Lime Works, similar, day book  NRO 452/D/9/46  November 1848-November 1852

A/cs. of pay lime drawn & shipped & sold to the country, notebook of accounts  NRO 452/D/9/47  April 1853-June 1854

A/cs. of pay lime drawn & shipped & sold to the country, notebook of accounts  NRO 452/D/9/48  March - November 1858

Other accounts.  [no ref.]  1859

Tithe hens payment schedule, North Sunderland  NRO 452/D/9/49  1859

Estate papers.  [no ref.]  1782-1923

Sunderland Harbour, bundle of papers including three plans by Robert Cramond, 1782-7, petitions, rules for the harbour, accounts and letters of Messrs. Redshaw and John Rastrick, elevation of pier, agreements, measurements, etc.  NRO 452/D/9/50  1781-91

Sunderland Harbour, similar bundle  NRO 452/D/9/51  1782-93

Notebook of reference to plan of village by Henry Hunter  NRO 452/D/9/52  March 1824

Bundle of papers relating to the harbour, including George Redpath's report on improvements, 1829, report by masters of coasting vessels, 1829, specifications for additional work, 1829-30, agreement for a new pier (G.Wilson), 1810, copy letter from Rev.Dixon Dixon Brown  NRO 452/D/9/53  1829-80. [...] Rpt on harbour 1863

Bundle of letters relating to the colliery and lime works to and from John Robson, agent  NRO 452/D/9/54  March 1849-January 1851

Nth.Sunderland Colliery, bundle of letters and copy replies, including a report on plant, 1861, and a report  NRO 452/D/9/55  1891, December 1852-September 1891

North Sunderland Railway, notice to owners, etc.  NRO 452/D/9/56  1892

Plan of intended granary, Cramond's house, and intended buildings from fishhouses towards Sunderland  NRO 452/D/9/57  n.d

File epitome of correspondence relating to North Sunderland waterworks, Beadnell and Swinhoe supplies  NRO 452/D/9/58  1901-8

Fire insurance policy for North Sunderland Vicarage, Ecclesiastical Insurance Office  NRO 452/D/9/59  February 1923

Maps and plans.  NRO 452/D/10  1841-1926

Shoreston tithe apportionment plan and schedule (contemporary copy)  NRO 452/D/10/1  1841

Burton tithe plan and schedule (modern copy)  NRO 452/D/10/2  1843

Bamburgh tithe plan and schedule (contemporary copy)  NRO 452/D/10/3  1846

Thornton tithe plan and schedule (contemporary copy)  NRO 452/D/10/4  1847

North Sunderland tithe plan and schedule (contemporary copy, printed plan), 1849; altered apportionment  NRO 452/D/10/5  1935

Forty one Ordnance Survey 25 inches: one mile sheets, Bamburgh and Blanchland estates area: 1st edition, 16/8, 17/5, 9, 22/2, 5, 6, 7 (2), 9, 10; 2nd edition, 16/8, 16/12, 17/1 (Co.Durham); 108/1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10 (2), 11 (3), 12, 112/3; 3rd edition, 16/7, 17/1 (Co.Durham); 13/5, 9, 18/1, 2, 3, 12, 15, 16, 95/2, 107/13, 16 (2), 112/3.  NRO 452/D/10/6  [n.d.]

Blanchland estate  NRO 452/E  [n.d.]

Deeds and leases. Blanchland. Hunstanworth. Shotley and Witton Gilbert Co.Durham.  NRO 452/E/1  1613-1870

Blanchland.  [no ref.]  1723-1805

Eight deeds of farms and land in Blanchland, including leases of Westfield Nook to Christopher Ord, 1723, and Richard Dixon, 1731, of messuages to John Richley, with the mill, 1741, William Urwin, 1744, Thomas Ward of Coathouses, Co.Durham, with liberty to enclose, and slate quarry, 1749, Hannah Smith, with the mill, 1763  NRO 452/E/1/1  1723-63

Six deeds of lead and coalmines in Blanchland and Hunstanworth, leased to Henry Errington of Sandoe, Co.Durham, and Joseph Liddell of Moorhouse, Cumberland, 1789, and to Aubone Surtees of Newcastle, et al.  NRO 452/E/1/2  1800, 1805; 1789-1805

Hunstanworth and Shotley.  [no ref.]  1731-1870

Five deeds of farms, etc. in Hunstanworth and Shotley parishes, including leases of Nookton farm to Samuel Dryden, 1731, Birkenside farm to Thomas and William Eddy, 1731, Middle Farm and half of East Farm, Allenshield, to William Teasdale, 1731, commerce Hall, Jeffries Rake, to Thomas Pears, 1861, and Hunstanworth sporting rights to Harris John Holland of London  NRO 452/E/1/3  1870; 1731-1870

Witton Gilbert. Co. Durham.  [no ref.]  1613-1770

Fifteen deeds of land and property of the Taylor family in Witton Gilbert, including an episcopal pardon of alienation to John Sander, 1613, marriage agreement of Peter Taylor of London and Brian Burletson of Trimdon, Co.Durham, 1680, final concord between Enoch Taylor of London and Thomas Burletson of Sherburn, Co.Durham, 1688, probate of Taylor, 1698, and Enoch Taylor, junior, 1725, mortgage by Grishogon Mew of London, 1736, lease and release by Sarah Mew of London to Frances Burton of New Elvet, Durham 1746, by Mrs.Burton to Elizabeth Gramer of Low Layton, Essex, 1752, by Mrs.Gramer to Rev.Thomas Biker of Frankton, Warwickshire, 1769, and by Biker to Edward Davison of Durham  NRO 452/E/1/4  1770; 1613-1770

Estate rentals and accounts.  NRO 452/E/2  1729-1917

Blanchland rentals and rent accounts.  [no ref.]  1729-1917

Sheet of rent receipts and estate disbursements of Richard Hornsby, Martinmas  NRO 452/E/2/1  1729-Martinmas 1731

Sheet of annual rent receipts (without acreage) and disbursements accounts, Mayday  NRO 452/E/2/2  1729-Mayday 1730

Sheet of annual rent receipts (without acreage) and disbursements accounts, half yearly  NRO 452/E/2/3  Mayday 1730-Martinmas 1731

Accounts sheet of disbursements on account of Blanchland estate (labour, repairs, taxes, annuities, etc.)  NRO 452/E/2/4  March 1731-January 1734

Estate rental, as 2/2  NRO 452/E/2/5  May 1731-May 1732

Blanchland account, summary rent accounts sheet  NRO 452/E/2/6  November 1729-January 1734

Estate rental, as 2/2  NRO 452/E/2/7  Mayday-Martinmas 1735

Account sheet of Miles Robinson of rents received and bills allowed  NRO 452/E/2/8  May 1749-May 1750

Account sheet of Miles Robinson of rents received and bills allowed  NRO 452/E/2/9-11  May 1750-May 1751, May 1751-May 1752, May 1752-May 1 53

Notebook containing Blanchland estate rentals of Arthur Mowbray, and summary, with some estate notes  NRO 452/E/2/12  May 1782-May 1783, May 1783-May 1784

Notebook containing Mowbray's accounts of payments made, and rental and summary, with some notes  NRO 452/E/2/13  April 1785-December 1788

Notebook containing Mowbray's accounts of payments made, and rental and summary, with some notes, May 1788-May 1789, May 1789-May 1790, May 1790-May 1791, May 1794-May 1795, May 1795-May 1796 (at rear, summary rentals, 1728-95), May 1796-May 1797 (with loose papers re Shotley tithes, etc.  NRO 452/E/2/14-21  May 1797-May 1798, May 1798-May 1799

Notebook containing estate rental, without payments account  NRO 452/E/2/22  May 1799-May 1800

Notebook containing accounts of Edward Blenk, bailiff  NRO 452/E/2/23  January 1798-May 1800

Notebook containing Mowbray's cash account with Woodifield of rent receipts and payments made for repairs, outgoings and incidental payments  NRO 452/E/2/24  Martinmas 1799-Mayday 1800

Similar half yearly account books  NRO 452/E/2/25-34  Mayday-Martinmas 1800, Martinmas 1800-Mayday 1801, Mayday-Martinmas 1801, Martinmas 1801-Mayday 1802, Mayday-Martinmas 1802, Martinmas 1802-Mayday 1803, Mayday-Martinmas 1803, Martinmas 1803-Mayday 1804, Mayday-Martinmas 1804, Martinmas 1804-Mayday 1805

Notebooks containing estate rental, as 2/22  NRO 452/E/2/35  May 1801-May 1802, May 1802-May 1803

Sheet of summary accounts of incidental expenditure  NRO 452/E/2/36  1813-May 1818

Similar summary accounts of rents, January 1819, with list of farm rentals reduced  NRO 452/E/2/37  May 1815-May 1818

Half yearly account book, as NRO 452/2/24 et seq., of Thomas Fenwick, for payments on repairs, drainage and wells etc., woods and plantations, [...] osses and taxes, school, incidents (salaries, etc.) and irrecoverable debts  NRO 452/E/2/38  Martinmas 1823-Mayday 1824

Half yearly account book, as NRO 452/2/24 et seq., of Thomas Fenwick, for payments on repairs, drainage and wells etc., woods and plantations, [...] osses and taxes, school, incidents (salaries, etc.) and irrecoverable debts  NRO 452/E/2/39-44  Martinmas 1824-Mayday 1825, Mayday-Martinmas 1825, Martinmas 1825-Mayday 1826, Martinmas 1826-Mayday 1827, Mayday-Martinmas 1827, Martinmas 1827-Mayday 1828

Estate rentals  NRO 452/E/2/45-51  May 1840, May 1850, May 1857, November 1853, May 1858, Martinmas 1860; one n.d

Thomas Iley's cash account book of receipts and payments  NRO 452/E/2/52  July 1871-March 1876

Mrs.Hutchinson's cash account book  NRO 452/E/2/53  March 1910-August 1917

Shotley tithe rentals and accounts  [no ref.]  1792-1896

Shotley tithe rental sheet, corn and small tithes (acreage and sums due)  NRO 452/E/2/54  Michaelmas 1792

Similar rentals, Michaelmas 1793 (without acreage), Michaelmas 1794, Michaelmas 1795, Michaelmas 1800, Michaelmas 1801, Michaelmas 1802  NRO 452/E/2/55-60  [n.d.]

Similar rental, with acreage, and disbursements  NRO 452/E/2/61  1827

Shotley tithe annual rent charge accounts sheets  NRO 452/E/2/62-78  1860-75

Shotley tithe annual rent charge accounts sheets  NRO 452/E/2/79-92  1883-96

Miscellaneous estate accounts  [no ref.]  1763-98

Bundle of accounts of Broomshieldhaugh leadmines, with notes, letters etc.  NRO 452/E/2/93  Martinmas 1763-Mayday 1798

Six sheets of monthly accounts of workmen's time and wages  NRO 452/E/2/94  May-October 1864

Correspondence and other estate papers  NRO 452/E/3  1719-1932

Blanchland lead mines papers  [no ref.]  1734-1906

Bundle of letters and proposals to the Trustees and officers, with a tracing of a 1758 plan, relating to lead veins in the Blanchland area  NRO 452/E/3/1  August 1734-January 1804

Copy grant, abstract of a lease and two copy opinions re lead mines  NRO 452/E/3/2  February 1709-1906

Bundle of reports, statements and other papers relating to the lead mines, including an account of payments from the Derwent Mines Company, 1801-56  NRO 452/E/3/3  June 1828-August 1859

Bundle of letters to Christopher Rowlandson relating to the lead mines  NRO 452/E/3/4  To March 1855

Shotley papers  [no ref.]  1719-1827

Shotley Blanchland papers, bundle of notes, receipts and accounts relating to Shotley augmentation, and for officiating at Shotley and Blanchland  NRO 452/E/3/5  1719-November 1739

Concerns Shotley Tyths, bundle of papers including lists of those liable, and refusing, to pay, legal opinions, reports on value, letting accounts and vouchers  NRO 452/E/3/6  September 1775-June 1827

Other estate papers  [no ref.]  1753-1932

Bundle of accounts [...] liture, copy award between the Trustees and Sir Walter Blackett, letters, etc., relating to Blanchland boundary riding  NRO 452/E/3/7  July 1753-October 1839

Bundle relating to Nuckton grounds, including a plan, legal case, promissory note and draft papers of ejectment  NRO 452/E/3/8  May-July 1766

Bundle of letters, mainly to John Robson, Blanchland agent, relating to estate matters, including lists of turnpike liabilities and farm tenants  NRO 452/E/3/9  July 1769-1784

Bundle of Blanchland and Nuckton gamekeepers' deputation, advertisements for killing game, and letters  NRO 452/E/3/10  October 1784-August 1795

Arthur Mowbray's report on Blanchland roads  NRO 452/E/3/11  March 1799

Thomas Fenwick's report on Blanchland farms  NRO 452/E/3/12  August 1816

Fire insurance policy, Blanchland vicarage  NRO 452/E/3/13  June 1925

File of correspondence, mostly out letters, of Blanchland agent  NRO 452/E/3/14  January - June 1925

Similar files, March 1930-January 1931  NRO 452/E/3/15-16  January 1931-January 1932

Blueprint plan of proposed lean-to's, Allenshields and Bailhill  NRO 452/E/3/17  1932

Maps and plans  NRO 452/E/4  1846-99

Shotley Low Quarter and Newbiggin tithe apportionment plans and schedules (modern copy)  NRO 452/E/4/1  1845-6

Shotley 'tithe plan' (1st edition Ordnance Survey plan)  NRO 452/E/4/2  c.1855

Thirty one Ordnance Survey sheets, Blanchland estate area: 1 inch to one mile 1st edition, 19, 25; 6 inches to one mile 1st edition, 103 (2), 108 (2); 25 inches to one mile, 1st edition, 9/16, 16/3, 4, 7, 8, 12, 17/1 (Co.Durham); 103/14, 15, 16, 108/2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 11; 2nd edition; 108/2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8 (2), 11  NRO 452/E/4/3  [n.d.]

Miscellaneous papers  NRO 452/F  1565-1901

Copy will and administration of Rev.Edward Mitchell, prebendary of Carlisle and vicar of Aspatria (Durham Consistory Court)  NRO 452/F/1  October 1565

Parcel of the possessions of the monastery of Durham, now of the bishopric, re grant of Holy Island house and Cheswick tithe corn to Capt.Read  NRO 452/F/2  April 1579

Eight copy deeds of Shoreswood colliery and estate, bought by John Craster and mortgaged to Lord and Lady Crewe; 'useless to Ld. Crewe's Trustees'  NRO 452/F/3  1708-69

Mr. Chilcot's Queries Answer'd, notebook containing commentary by W.Chilcott of Brentford Butts on a work by the Bishop of Durham, relating to New Testament figtree  NRO 452/F/4  May 1749

Bundle containing draft will of Robert Fewster of Bamburgh, and directions to be observed by his executrix  NRO 452/F/5  1759

Broadsheet printed abstract of the state of the charity for poor married lying in women, addressed to Archdeacon Prosser,  NRO 452/F/6  December 1760-January 1781

Episcopal licence to Rev.Cuthbert allen to act as curate at Lucker  NRO 452/F/7  November 1766

Printed extract from Act of Parliament re Moor Game  NRO 452/F/8  c.1773

Printed account of method of securing buildings and ships against fire, and account of experiments with fire plates  NRO 452/F/9  1776

Copy will of Dorothy Stockdale of Bamburgh, attested by Sharp  NRO 452/F/10  June 1777

Ms.copy of verses on the Laidley Worm of Spindleston Heugh  NRO 452/F/11  n.d

Verses on Bamburgh Castle charity by 'Bowles', mounted on board  NRO 452/F/12  October 1827

Architect's Ms.plan of No.2, Exchequer buildings, Durham (Clerk of Peace, court of chancery etc.)  NRO 452/F/13  1853

Two reports on Berwick dispensary, with copies of regulations  NRO 452/F/14  March 1855-April 1856

Printed plan of Holmescales and Bleaston Bank estate, Westmorland  NRO 452/F/15  1863

Revenue accounts sheets of the estate of Thomas Hunter, deceased, with rent, roll, (C.Rowlandson)  NRO 452/F/16  February-December 1874, January-June 1885

Lecture notes, notebook of agricultural and legal notes, examples of valuations and balance sheets, etc.  NRO 452/F/17  n.d., after 1900

LORD CREWE'S CHARITY: TRUST ESTATES  NRO 717  19th-20th c

Papers and accounts re. Mr. T. Fortune's Insolvency  NRO 717/Box 1/1  1888

Lease of a building site at Bamburgh to Mrs. Carr  NRO 717/Box 1/3  1889

Lease of a building site at Bamburgh to Mr. J. Henry  NRO 717/Box 1/4  1890

Lease and correspondence re. land and a drill shed, at North Sunderland, leased to Earl Percy  NRO 717/Box 1/5  1889

Plans, correspondence and lease of land at Bamburgh to Mr. Henry Pitt  NRO 717/Box 1/6  1890

Correspondence re. Thornton compensation  NRO 717/Box 1/9  1888

Papers re. the Warkworth Harbour Dock company  NRO 717/Box 1/10  c.1850

Lease of land at Bamburgh to R. Smeddle, and other deeds  NRO 717/Box 1/11  1898

Correspondence and leases of lands at Bamburgh to W. D. Cruddas  NRO 717/Box 1/12  1891

Correspondence and lease of building land at Bamburgh to Mr. Adam Gordon  NRO 717/Box 1/13  1892

Correspondence and lease of Commerce Hall Jeffries Rake, Hunstanworth to Mr. Pears  NRO 717/Box 1/15  1893

Plans, correspondence and lease of the tower of Bamburgh castle to T. Hodgkin  NRO 717/Box 1/16  1894

Building agreement and correspondence with Mr. A. Gordon  NRO 717/Box 1/17  1894

Deeds involving the Trustees and others, various places  NRO 717/Box 1/18  c.1850-1920

Lease of land at Bamburgh to Northumberland County Council  NRO 717/Box 1/19  c.1895

Deeds, leases, re. the trustees and the Scremerston Coal Co. Ltd  NRO 717/Box 1/20  c.1890-1900

Agreement between J. Hindmarsh and Rev. D. Dixon Brown  NRO 717/Box 1/21  1896

Deeds and plans re. trustees and Lord Armstrong re. property at Bamburgh  NRO 717/Box 1/22  1894-96

Lease of River Tweed fisheries to Berwick Salmon fisheries Co.  NRO 717/Box 1/24  1897

Lease of building land at Bamburgh to Mr. A. R. Gordon  NRO 717/Box 1/25  1897

Conveyance of Sandylands farm, near Rothbury, from the Incumbent of Shotley to the Right Hon. Lord Armstrong  NRO 717/Box 1/26  1898

Papers relating to "Mary Coles"  NRO 717/Box 1/27  1898

Lease of ground at North Sunderland to N. Sunderland parish council  NRO 717/Box 1/28  1899

General correspondence re. Crewe Trustees  NRO 717/Box 1/29  c.1888-1900

General correspondence  NRO 717/Box 1/30  c.1885-1900

Conveyance of the land at Shotley, to the Newcastle Diocesan Society  NRO 717/Box 1/31  1900

Proposed enfranchisements, N. Sunderland manor  NRO 717/Box 1/34  1899

Papers re. the Consett Water Bill, 1902.; Miscellaneous deeds and correspondence Several copies of the Act, 1902.; Petition of the trustees against the Consett Water Bill, 1902  NRO 717/Box 1/35  1902

Deeds and correspondence re. lease of land at North Sunderland to Mr. R. Coxon  NRO 717/Box 1/36  1902

Correspondence as to payment of fine on death of trustee  NRO 717/Box 1/37  1901

Deeds re. leases of farms in Hunstanworth, Durham, to Mr. J. W. Stephenson  NRO 717/Box 1/38  1902

Lease of land at Bamburgh to Mr. J. Taylor  NRO 717/Box 1/39  1902

Draft agreements for lease of building land at Seahouses, to Mr. J. Davidson  NRO 717/Box 1/40  1902

Draft lease of building land at Seahouses to Mr. J. Gregory  NRO 717/Box 1/42  1903

Draft lease of building land at Seahouses to Mrs. C. Smith  NRO 717/Box 1/43  1903

Lease of land at Seahouses to Mr. T. Bradford  NRO 717/Box 1/44  1903

Legal papers and correspondence re. grant of land and casements at Hunstanworth, Durham, to the Weardale and Consett Water Co.  NRO 717/Box 1/45  1903

Correspondence and lease of building land at North Sunderland to Mr. H. Spears  NRO 717/Box 1/46  1904

Lease and correspondence re. building land at North Sunderland, to Mr. R. Patrick  NRO 717/Box 1/47  1904

Correspondence and lease of land at Bamburgh to the Rev. E. Lucas  NRO 717/Box 1/48  1903

Building agreement  NRO 717/Box 1/49  1900

Papers re. North Sunderland Waterworks  NRO 717/Box 1/51  1904

Draft lease and correspondence re. land at Blanchland, to E. Joicey  NRO 717/Box 1/55  1905

Lease and correspondence re. building land at North Sunderland, to Mr. J. Davidson  NRO 717/Box 1/56  1905

Correspondence and leases to J. Shiel, of aerial wayleave over part of the Thornton estate, Northumberland  NRO 717/Box 1/59  1905

Lease of sporting rights over lands at Hunstanworth, Co. Durham, to J. Bell  NRO 717/Box 1/60  1907

Leases and other legal papers c. 1860-1925. Correspondence with E. J. Joicey re. minerals at Blanchland  NRO 717/Box 1/61  c. 1850-1930

Correspondence and lease of building land at North Sunderland, to Mr. R. Patrick  NRO 717/Box 1/62  1907

Correspondence and lease of Commerce Hall Jeffries Rake, Hunstanworth, Co. Durham, to W. Pears  NRO 717/Box 1/63  1908

Correspondence and lease of land at North Sunderland and Bamburgh to Mr. H. Moat  NRO 717/Box 1/64  1908

Correspondence and lease of building land in North Sunderland to Miss E. Walton  NRO 717/Box 1/65  1908

Correspondence and draft lease of building land at North Sunderland to Mr. L. Turnbull  NRO 717/Box 1/67  1909

Correspondence and lease of land at Monks House, Northumberland, to Mrs. I. J. Thorp  NRO 717/Box 1/69  1909

Conveyance and draft of conveyance of four-sixths of the "Start" fishery in the River Tweed, to Col. T. H. Boswall-Preston  NRO 717/Box 1/71  1910

Correspondence and lease of building land at Seahouses, to Mr. L. W. Mole  NRO 717/Box 1/72  1911

Correspondence and lease of several salmon fisheries in the River Tweed, to the Berwick Salmon Fisheries Co. Ltd.  NRO 717/Box 1/73  1912

Draft of grant and release of Quit Rents issuing and payable out of the Spindlestone and Callaly estates, Col. Raleigh Grey  NRO 717/Box 1/74  1912

Correspondence and lease of building land at Seahouses to Mr. Fende  NRO 717/Box 1/75  1911

Correspondence and legal papers re. lease of building land at Seahouses to Mr. A. B. Brown  NRO 717/Box 1/76  1913

Correspondence and leases of building land at St. Aiden's, Seahouses, to Mr. A. B. Brown  NRO 717/Box 1/77  1916

Correspondence and draft leases of building land at North Sunderland to F. B. Atkinson  NRO 717/Box 1/78  1916

Correspondence re. Lord Crewe's Arms, Blanchland.  NRO 717/Box 1/79  [n.d.]

General Correspondence re. the Trustees  NRO 717/Box 1/101  1901-02

Correspondence re. the Schooner Inn, Seahouses  NRO 717/Box 1/102  1942

General correspondence  NRO 717/Box 1/103  1888-89

Lists of changes in the Customary tenants during 1923 and 1924.  NRO 717/Box 1/104  [n.d.]

O.S. Plan re. Sale of reversionary interests, Seahouses  NRO 717/Box 1/105  c. 1925

Lease of sand, sandstone, ganister and clay at Dead Priors, near Blanchland, to General Refractories, Ltd  NRO 717/Box 2/1  1930

Lease of water rights over Thornton and Thornton Mains farms to Norham R.D.C.  NRO 717/Box 2/2  1935

Sale of Hunstanworth vicarage to the Blenkincopp Investment and Estates Co. Ltd  NRO 717/Box 2/3  1935

Lease of Power station at Seahouses  NRO 717/Box 2/4  1935

Plans and lease of land at North Sunderland to T. B. Gregor  NRO 717/Box 2/5  1935

Proposed sale of land at Seahouses to Lord Runciman, and conveyance to the National Trust  NRO 717/Box 2/7  1936

Lease to the Seahouses and North Sunderland Golf club  NRO 717/Box 2/8  1936

Wayleave agreement witn "Nesco" for overhead Electric wires at North Sunderland and Seahouses  NRO 717/Box 2/9  1933

Proposed lease to North Sunderland Parochial Church council of Church Institute at North Sunderland  NRO 717/Box 2/10  1931

Lease to Mrs. E. J. Welch of land at North Sunderland  NRO 717/Box 2/11  1936

Sale of land at North Sunderland to Forster  NRO 717/Box 2/12  1936

Sale of part of an old slag heap at St. Aidan's, Seahouses to T. S. Gregory  NRO 717/Box 2/13  1937

Sales of parts of an old slag heap at Seahouses, to Dr. J. Lyle and T. Swallow.  NRO 717/Box 2/14  [n.d.]

Sale of slag heap at St. Aidan's to W. A. Swallow  NRO 717/Box 2/15  1937

Sale of land at St. Aidan's to T. B. Gregory  NRO 717/Box 2/16  1937

Sale of land at St. Aidan's to Mrs. Hudson  NRO 717/Box 2/17  1937

Sale of land at St. Aidan's to Woodeson  NRO 717/Box 2/18  1937

Conveyance of freehold property at North Sunderland to Land and building estates (Seahouses) Limited  NRO 717/Box 2/19  1937

Income tax papers, of payment under will, 1937. Lease of land at North Sunderland to the Scremerston Coal Co.  NRO 717/Box 2/20  1933

Papers re. sale of land at Seahouses to the Crumstone Estates Limited  NRO 717/Box 2/21  1937

Lease of land and premises at North Sunderland by direction of Gregory to Kinghorn.  NRO 717/Box 2/22  [n.d.]

Papers re. sale of the Castle and other properties at Bamburgh  NRO 717/Box 2/22b  1892-94

Plans and lease of land at North Sunderland to Mr. J. Davidson  NRO 717/Box 2/23  1937

General correspondence  NRO 717/Box 2/24  c. 1930-40

Papers re. repairs to Shotley Church Chancel  NRO 717/Box 2/25  1936

Sale of land at St. Aidan's to T. Rutherford  NRO 717/Box 2/26  1938

Deeds, plans, and correspondence re. proposed grant of easement to Belford R.D.C.  NRO 717/Box 2/27  1938

Proposed lease to Edward Fordy and Sons of sites at North Sunderland  NRO 717/Box 2/28  1938

Proposed sale to Jeffrey of land at North Sunderland  NRO 717/Box 2/29  1938

Correspondence and lease of land at North Sunderland to Mr. R. Jeffrey  NRO 717/Box 2/30  1938-39

Papers re. sale of farmlands and buildings at North Sunderland to Mr. J. S. Smith  NRO 717/Box 2/31  1936

Correspondence and deeds re. sale of land at Seahouses and North Sunderland to the North Sunderland Comraces Association  NRO 717/Box 2/32  1939

Proposed sale of freehold reversion of "Leeside", North Sunderland, to Mrs. E. M. Woodeson  NRO 717/Box 2/33  1939

Correspondence and proposed lease of Ganister to Dalton Brothers at Nookton  NRO 717/Box 2/34  1939

Gift of site for pumping station near Thornton Mains to Berwick Corporation  NRO 717/Box 2/35  1940

Correspondence and proposed sale to Mrs. S. A. Henderson of land adjoining, 1 Harbour View, Seahouses  NRO 717/Box 2/36  1940

Correspondence and proposed lease of barytes at Penny Pie, to Mr. D. Fitzgibbon and Mr. R. Seatoun  NRO 717/Box 2/100  1940

Correspondence re. Wrecks  NRO 717/Box 2/101  1941

General correspondence  NRO 717/Box 2/102  1939-43

Surrender of and admittance to co/phold premises at North Sunderland  NRO 717/Box 3/G1  1914

Admittance of the devisees in trust under the will of J. R. Johnson to copyhold premises at North Sunderland  NRO 717/Box 3/G2  1916

Power of Attorney to Samuel Orr, 1917, Manor of the Castle of Bamburgh.  NRO 717/Box 3/G4  [n.d.]

Surrender of and admittance to copyhold hereditaments at North Sunderland, Archer to Davidson  NRO 717/Box 3/G5  1917

Admittance of Elizabeth Young as devisee in trust under the will of James Young  NRO 717/Box 3/G6  1918

Instructions to Messrs. Leadbitter and Harvey to prepare Surrender and Draft Admittances to property at North Sunderland  NRO 717/Box 3/G7  1919

Admittance of Lewis Broadbent, Ross and Mackenzie as devisees to Wm. Fordy deceased  NRO 717/Box 3/G8  1918

Surrender of and admittance to premises, North Sunderland  NRO 717/Box 3/G9  1919

Manor of the Castle of Bamburgh. General Correspondence  NRO 717/Box 3/G10  1919

Surrender and admittance to copyhold premises at North Sunderland  NRO 717/Box 3/G11  1919

Surrender and admittance to copyhold heredity at Sea Houses  NRO 717/Box 3/G12  1919

Surrender and admittance to copyhold premises at Sea Houses and apportionment of rent, Boston to Archbold  NRO 717/Box 3/G13  1919

Conditional surrender of copyhold hereditaments at Sunderland  NRO 717/Box 3/G14  1919

Admittance of Wright and Wright as devisees under the will of George Wright, Bamburgh  NRO 717/Box 3/G15  1919

Surrender and admittance to copyhold premises at North Sunderland, McDougle to McDougle  NRO 717/Box 3/G16  1920

Surrender and admittance to copyhold premises at North Sunderland, Good to Anor  NRO 717/Box 3/G17  1920

Conditional surrender of copyhold premises at North Sunderland, Gregory to Forster  NRO 717/Box 3/G18  1920

Admittance of Arthor Blackwell as devisee under the will of Thomas Blackwell  NRO 717/Box 3/G19  1920

Surrender and admittance to copyhold premises at North Sunderland. Stone to McDougle.  NRO 717/Box 3/G20  1920

Surrender and admittance to copyhold premises known as Great Crawley Moor, North Sunderland, Stone to Anderson  NRO 717/Box 3/G21  1920

Surrender and admittance to copyhold premises at North Sunderland. Barcley to Gregory.  NRO 717/Box 3/G23  1920

Surrender and admittance to copyhold premises at North Sunderland  NRO 717/Box 3/G24  1920

Surrender and admittance to copyhold premises at North Sunderland, Williams to Sir Walter Runciman  NRO 717/Box 3/G25  1921

Conditional surrender of copyhold premises at North Sunderland, Mole to Pringle  NRO 717/Box 3/G26  1919

Surrender and admittance to a copyhold at North Sunderland, Anderson to Fordy  NRO 717/Box 3/G27  1921

Surrender and admittance of copyhold hereditaments, North Sunderland, Blackwell to Moore  NRO 717/Box 3/G28  1921

Warrant to enter up satisfaction of conditional surrender, Bamburgh  NRO 717/Box 3/G29  1921

Surrender of and admittance to copyhold dwellings and premises at Seahouses, Percy to Thompson  NRO 717/Box 3/G30  1921

Admittance to copyhold hereditaments at North Sunderland  NRO 717/Box 3/G31  1921

Surrender and admittance of copyhold hereditaments at Seahouses  NRO 717/Box 3/G32  1921

Lease of building land at Seahouses to Ross  NRO 717/Box 3/G41  1914

Agreement of right of way through Acton Farm  NRO 717/Box 3/G42  1914

Lease of building land at St. Aidan's, to Rutherford.  NRO 717/Box 3/G43  1914

Agreement for the sale and purchase of the Carr Rock Fishery in the River Tweed  NRO 717/Box 3/G44  1913

Agreements relating to land at Shildon, Joicoy  NRO 717/Box 3/G45  1914

Lease of coalmines under the estate of Thornton and Hill to the Scremerston Coal Co. Ltd  NRO 717/Box 3/G46  1933

Lease of land to F. B. Atkinson at St. Aidan's  NRO 717/Box 3/G47  1918

Lease of land at Seahouses, to Martin's Bank  NRO 717/Box 3/G48  1920

Agreement to improve premises in Beadwell Road, Seahouses  NRO 717/Box 3/G49  1920

Lease of building land at St. Aidan's to Dawson  NRO 717/Box 3/G50  1922

Lease of land at Seahouses to Hughes  NRO 717/Box 3/G53  1923

Lease of land at Seahouses to Scott  NRO 717/Box 3/G54  1923

Draft conveyance under the Ecclesiastical Leasing Acts of hereditaments in Blanchland  NRO 717/Box 3/G55  1923

Lease of land at St. Aidan's to Swallow  NRO 717/Box 3/G57  1923

Surrender of and admittance to copyhold premises at Seahouses, Smith to Cathcart  NRO 717/Box 3/G57  1922

Surrender of and admittance to Springhill, Runciman to Ross  NRO 717/Box 3/G58  1922

Warrant to enter up satisfaction  NRO 717/Box 3/G59  1922

Agreement for tenancy of 'Lord Crewe Arms' and 'Angel Inn'  NRO 717/Box 3/G60  1923

Surrender of and admittance to premises at North Sunderland, Bart to Tully  NRO 717/Box 3/G61  1922

Surrender of and admittance of premises at Seahouses, Thompson to Winstanley  NRO 717/Box 3/G62  1922

Surrender of and admittance to hereditaments in North Sunderland, McDougle to McDougle  NRO 717/Box 3/G63  1924

Surrender and admittance to premises at North Sunderland, McDougle to McDougle  NRO 717/Box 3/G64  1924

Admittance of hereditaments at Sunderland, Hay to Hay  NRO 717/Box 3/G65  1922

Lease of land at St. Aidan's to Turnbull  NRO 717/Box 3/G66  1923

Lease of land at St. Aidan's to Swallow  NRO 717/Box 3/G67  1923

Draft of deeds of Covenant  NRO 717/Box 3/G68  1924

Surrender of and admittance to premises at North Sunderland and Seahouses, Winstanley to Winstanley  NRO 717/Box 3/G70  1923

Admittance of Wm. Mole as heir, North Sunderland  NRO 717/Box 3/G72  1924

Surrender of and admittance of hereditaments at North Sunderland  NRO 717/Box 3/G73  1924

Lease of land at Seahouses to Davison  NRO 717/Box 3/G95  1923

Lease of land to Brunskill  NRO 717/Box 3/G96  1924

Lease of land at North Sunderland to Mclaren  NRO 717/Box 3/G97  1924

Lease of land at Seahouses to Archbold  NRO 717/Box 3/G98  1924

Sale of land to Belford R.D.C.  NRO 717/Box 3/G99  1920

Surrender of and admittance to copyhold hereditaments, Gregory to Darling  NRO 717/Box 3/G100  1924

Lease of land at Seahouses to Mackenzie  NRO 717/Box 3/G123  1925

Lease of barytes to Beaston  NRO 717/Box 3/G124  1920

Lease of land at Seahouses to The Commissioner of Works and Public Buildings  NRO 717/Box 3/G126  1925

Lease of land at St. Aidan's to Simpson  NRO 717/Box 3/G130  1925

Surrender of and admittance to Wingrove Cottage Hall to Hall  NRO 717/Box 3/H9  1924

Surrender of and admittance to hereditaments at Seahouses, Young to Young  NRO 717/Box 3/H12  1925

Admittance to copyhold hereditaments at North Sunderland, Murdy  NRO 717/Box 3/H18  1925

Lease of land at Seahouses to Martin  NRO 717/Box 3/H28  1925

Admittance of Dent to copyhold hereditaments at North Sunderland  NRO 717/Box 3/H52  1925

Lease of land and premises at St. Aidan's to Cuthbertson  NRO 717/Box 3/Z18  1928

Papers relating to The Dunes, Seahouses  NRO 717/Box 4/A1  1915-30

Lease of land at Blanchland to Consett Iron Co., with correspondence.  NRO 717/Box 4/A10  1928

Lease to construct a tramway over lands at Sandyford, with correspondence  NRO 717/Box 4/B2  1928

Leases of land and premises at St. Aidan's-by-the-sea, North Sunderland  NRO 717/Box 4/B7  1930

Rating and Valuation Acts, Seahouses, Fleetham, etc.  NRO 717/Box 4/D2  1925-9

Lease to Archbold of land at Seahouses  NRO 717/Box 4/D3  1924

Tenancy of Mr. Willis' cottage at Seahouses  NRO 717/Box 4/D54  1931

Proposed lease to Messrs. Fordy & Sons, North Sunderland.  NRO 717/Box 4/D55  [n.d.]

Proposed grant of Wayleave at Durham to Mr. Gregory  NRO 717/Box 4/D56  1932

Proposed lease to Mr. Offer for property at Seahouses  NRO 717/Box 4/D61  1932

Proposed leases to J. Tully, A. Robson at Seahouses  NRO 717/Box 4/D62  1932

Lease of land at St. Aidan's to Ross  NRO 717/Box 4/D64  1933

Proposed lease of land at North Sunderland for a playing field  NRO 717/Box 4/G26  1931

Agreement of tenancy, Lord Crewe Arms and Angel Inn, Blanchland  NRO 717/Box 4/G27  1932

Lease of land at Seahouses, to Mr. & Mrs. Felton  NRO 717/Box 4/G28  1933

Extension of lease to Col. D. Clifton Brown at Blanchland  NRO 717/Box 4/G29  1933

Proposed lease to Miss A. Tully of land at Seahouses  NRO 717/Box 4/G30  1933

Proposed lease to Mrs. Porter of building site at St. Aidan's  NRO 717/Box 4/G46  1932

Correspondence and leases of land and premises at Seahouses, to Mr. G. Mckee  NRO 717/Box 5/T.34  1929

Correspondence and leases of land at Seahouses to Mr. R. Jeffrey  NRO 717/Box 5/T.36  1929

Correspondence and leases of land and houses at Seahouses to Mr. R. Mackencie  NRO 717/Box 5/T.37  1927

Agreement of tenancy of "Lord Crewe's Arms" Inn and "the Angel" Inn at Blanchland, between the trustees and Mrs. M. J. Barker  NRO 717/Box 5/T.45  1930

Papers re. sale of land to Norham R.D.C.  NRO 717/Box 6/Z2  1927

Draft lease of land at Seahouses, to J. Davidson  NRO 717/Box 6/Z3  1927

Correspondence and lease of land and premises at St. Aidan's, North Sunderland, to Mrs. M. Laybourne  NRO 717/Box 6/Z4  1927

Correspondence and draft lease of sporting and fishing rights over lands at Blanchland to Lt. Col. D. Clifton Brown  NRO 717/Box 6/Z5  1928

Papers re. conveyance of Nookton and Gibraltar farms in Co. Durham to Col. Joicey  NRO 717/Box 6/Z8  1927

Correspondence and lease of Commerce Hall, Jeffries Rake, Hunstanworth, to Mr. William Pears  NRO 717/Box 6/Z15  1928

Correspondence and lease of land and premises at St. Aidan's, North Sunderland, to Miss S. L. Peart  NRO 717/Box 6/Z16  1928

Correspondence and lease of land at North Sunderland to W. Hardy  NRO 717/Box 6/Z17  1928

Correspondence and lease of land and premises at St. Aidan's, North Sunderland, to Mr. R. Russell  NRO 717/Box 6/Z19  1928

Correspondence and leases of land, houses and premises at Seahouses to Fordy  NRO 717/Box 6/Z32  1927-28

Correspondence and leases of land houses and premises at Seahouses to Mr W. Scott  NRO 717/Box 6/Z39  1928

Ord. maps, O.S. 25", 2nd and 3rd editions - North Sunderland area  NRO 717/Maps/1  c.1898 - c.1920

Plan of Shoston and North Sunderland Estates  NRO 717/Maps/2  1801

LORD CREWE'S CHARITY  NRO 2321/1 - 289  c. 1880 - 1958

Arrangement: Note. The files are classified and listed in four main groups relating to the Charity and its property generally, to the Bamburgh estate, to the Blanchland estate, and to other properties managed by the Land Agent. Each file has an index by name of correspondent.


Lord Crewe's Charity, General Correspondence Files  [no ref. or date]

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/1  1907 - 1909

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/2  1909

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/3  1909

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/4  1909 - 1910

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/5  1910

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/6  1910 - 1911

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/7  1911

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/8  1911 - 1912

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/9  1912

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/9a  1912

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/10  1912 - 1913

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/11  1913

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/12  1913 - 1914

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/13  1914 - 1915

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/14  1915

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/15  1915 - 1916

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/16  1916

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/17  1916 - 1917

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/18  1917

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/19  1917 - 1918

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/20  1918

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/21  1918 - 1919

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/22  1919

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/23  1920

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/24  1920 - 1921

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/25  1921

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/26  1921 - 1922

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/27  1922

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/28  1922 - 1923

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/29  1923

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/30  1923 - 1924

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/31  1924

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/32  1924 - 1925

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/33  1925

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/34  1925 - 1926

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/35  1926

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/36  1927

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/37  1927 - 1928

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/38  1928

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/39  1928 - 1929

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/40  1929

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/41  1930 - 1931

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/42  1931

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/43  1931 - 1932

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/44  1932 - 1933

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/45  1953 - 1954

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/46  1954 - 1957

Lord Crewe's Charity  NRO 2321/47  1957 - 1958

Reports etc,  NRO 2321/48  1908 - 1912

Lists and letters of applications for grants (Diocese of Durham)  NRO 2321/49  1918

Lists and letters of applications for grants (Newcastle)  NRO 2321/50  1916

Lists and letters of applications for grants (Newcastle)  NRO 2321/51  1918

Letters of thanks for grants  NRO 2321/52  1910

Letters of thanks for grants  NRO 2321/53  1911

Letters of thanks for grants  NRO 2321/54  1912

Letters of thanks for grants  NRO 2321/55  1912

Letters of thanks for grants  NRO 2321/56  1917

Charity Commissioners  NRO 2321/57  1879 - 1907

Sales  NRO 2321/58  1912 - 1913

Schools (Blanchland, Bamburgh and Thornton).  NRO 2321/59  1903 - 1954

Agreed Valuations (1910 Finance Act), Bamburgh,  NRO 2321/60  1912 - 1914

Agreed Valuations (1910 Finance Act), Blanchland  NRO 2321/61  1913

Tithe Rentcharge Act  NRO 2321/62  1936

Coal Act. Draft Valuations.  NRO 2321/63  1938

The Cultivation of Lands Orders  NRO 2321/64  1939

Defence Regulations 56 AB. Works and Buildings  NRO 2321/65  1941 - 1942

War Damage Act  NRO 2321/66  1941

War Damage Insurance  NRO 2321/67  1941 - 1944

Bamburgh Estate: Administration and Property Files  [no ref. or date]

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/68  1906 - 1909

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/69  1907 - 1909

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/70  1909 - 1910

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/71  1910

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/72  1910 - 1911

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/73  1911

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/74  1911

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/75  1911 - 1912

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/76  1912

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/77  1912 - 1913

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/78  1913

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/79  1913 - 1914

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/80  1914

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/81  1914 - 1916

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/82  1916 - 1917

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/83  1917 - 1919

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/84  1919 - 1920

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/85  1920 - 1921

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/86  1922

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/87  1923

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/88  1923 - 1924

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/89  1924

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/90  1924 - 1925

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/91  1925 - 1926

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/92  1926

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/93  1926 - 1927

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/94  1927 - 1928

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/95  1928 - 1929

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/96  1929 - 1930

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/97  1930

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/98  1930

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/99  1930

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/100  1930 - 1931

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/101  1931

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/102  1931

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/103  1931 - 1932

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/104  1932

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/105  1932 - 1933

Bamburgh and Seahouses, Fleetham, North Sunderland  NRO 2321/106  1933

Loose papers re. Harbour improvements, regulations and history  NRO 2321/107  1879 - 1931

North Sunderland Harbour, correspondence file  NRO 2321/108  1908 - 1912

North Sunderland Harbour, correspondence file  NRO 2321/109  1912 - 1915

North Sunderland Harbour, correspondence file  NRO 2321/110  1915 - 1920

North Sunderland Harbour, correspondence file  NRO 2321/111  1920 - 1926

North Sunderland Harbour, correspondence file  NRO 2321/112  1926 - 1928

North Sunderland Harbour, correspondence file  NRO 2321/113  1928 - 1929

North Sunderland Harbour, correspondence file  NRO 2321/114  1930 - 1935

Harbour Master  NRO 2321/115  1913 - 1918

Seahouses Farm  NRO 2321/116  1934 - 1951

Westfield Farm  NRO 2321/117  1936 - 1952

Golf Links  NRO 2321/118  1934 - 1943

Dunes Hotel  NRO 2321/119  1949 - 1952

Miscellaneous  NRO 2321/120  1934

Miscellaneous  NRO 2321/121  1935 - 1936

Miscellaneous  NRO 2321/122  1936 - 1938

Miscellaneous  NRO 2321/123  1939 - 1952

Seahouses and St.Aidens. Leaseholds  NRO 2321/124  1934 - 1943

Applications for the Lease of Building Sites  NRO 2321/125  1926 - 1932

Seahouses, copyholds and bondage rents.  NRO 2321/126  1934 - 1935

New Shoreston Farm  NRO 2321/127  1934 - 1935

New Shoreston Farm  NRO 2321/128  1935 - 1940

New Shoreston Farm  NRO 2321/129  1940 - 1952

West Fleetham Farm  NRO 2321/130  1938 - 1952

East Fleetham Farm  NRO 2321/131  1934 - 1951

Fleetham Mill  NRO 2321/132  1936 - 1950

Miscellaneous Fleetham  NRO 2321/133  1936 - 1952

Thornton Farm  NRO 2321/134  1934 - 1948

Thornton Farm  NRO 2321/135  1948 - 1952

Thornton Park Farm  NRO 2321/136  1933 - 1952

Thornton Mains Farm  NRO 2321/137  1934 - 1940

Thornton Mains Farm  NRO 2321/138  1941 - 1952

Miscellaneous Thornton  NRO 2321/139  1934 - 1939

Thornton Estate. River Tweed Fisheries  NRO 2321/140  1908 - 1910

Thornton Estate. River Tweed Fisheries  NRO 2321/141  1910 - 1912

Thornton Estate. River Tweed Fisheries  NRO 2321/142  1912 - 1913

Thornton Estate. River Tweed Fisheries  NRO 2321/143  1913 - 1917

Berwick Salmon Fisheries Company Limited. Tweed Fisheries  NRO 2321/144  1942

St.Aidan's Development  NRO 2321/145  1937 - 1939

St.Aidan's Development  NRO 2321/146  1938 - 1954

Bamburgh Manor  NRO 2321/147  1925 - 1926

Copy-hold Enfranchisement  NRO 2321/148  1928 - 1930

Copyholds. Sundry papers found in Copyholds Book, including envelope Lists of Charges  NRO 2321/149  (1926), 1897 - 1903

Mr. R.G.A. Hutchinson's Reports File No.2  NRO 2321/150  1921 - 1929

Thornton Farm. Conditions of Letting, Offers, etc.  NRO 2321/151  1926

Letting of 'Bamburgh Castle' Inn  NRO 2321/152  1925

North Sunderland Living  NRO 2321/153  1912

Bamburgh Church Chancel  NRO 2321/154  1936

North Sunderland Water Supply, 1910; with two copies of agreement with Sir John Haggerston, 1904, and Rules of The North Sunderland Waterworks Company  NRO 2321/155  1905

North Sunderland Low Tension Network  NRO 2321/156  1935 - 1949

Letters for Sea Houses, etc.  NRO 2321/157  1907 - 1908

Blanchland Estate: Administration and Property Files  [no ref. or date]

Arrangement: Note. The list entries are the file titles but it may be presumed that all files deal with Blanchland and Shotley Bridge properties.


Blanchland  NRO 2321/158  1908 - 1909

Blanchland  NRO 2321/159  1909

Blanchland and Shotley Bridge  NRO 2321/160  1909

Blanchland and Shotley Bridge  NRO 2321/161  1910

Blanchland and Shotley Bridge  NRO 2321/162  1910

Blanchland and Shotley Bridge  NRO 2321/163  1910

Blanchland and Shotley Bridge  NRO 2321/164  1910 - 1911

Blanchland and Shotley Bridge  NRO 2321/165  1911

Blanchland  NRO 2321/166  1911

Blanchland  NRO 2321/167  1911

Blanchland  NRO 2321/168  1911

Blanchland  NRO 2321/169  1911

Blanchland  NRO 2321/170  1912

Blanchland  NRO 2321/171  1912

Blanchland  NRO 2321/172  1912 - 1913

Blanchland  NRO 2321/173  1913

Blanchland  NRO 2321/174  1913

Blanchland  NRO 2321/175  1913 - 1914

Blanchland  NRO 2321/176  1914

Blanchland  NRO 2321/177  1914 - 1915

Blanchland  NRO 2321/178  1915

Blanchland  NRO 2321/179  1915 - 1916

Blanchland  NRO 2321/180  1916 - 1917

Blanchland  NRO 2321/181  1917

Blanchland  NRO 2321/182  1917 - 1918

Blanchland  NRO 2321/183  1918

Blanchland  NRO 2321/184  1918 - 1919

Blanchland  NRO 2321/185  1919

Blanchland  NRO 2321/186  1920

Blanchland  NRO 2321/187  1920

Blanchland  NRO 2321/188  1920 - 1921

Blanchland  NRO 2321/189  1921 - 1922

Blanchland  NRO 2321/190  1922 - 1923

Blanchland  NRO 2321/191  1923

Blanchland  NRO 2321/192  1923

Blanchland  NRO 2321/193  1924

Blanchland  NRO 2321/194  1924 - 1925

Blanchland  NRO 2321/195  1925

Blanchland  NRO 2321/196  1925 - 1926

Blanchland  NRO 2321/197  1926 - 1927

Blanchland  NRO 2321/198  1927

Blanchland  NRO 2321/199  1927 - 1928

Blanchland  NRO 2321/200  1928 - 1929

Blanchland  NRO 2321/201  1929 - 1930

Blanchland  NRO 2321/202  1930 - 1931

Blanchland  NRO 2321/203  1931

Blanchland  NRO 2321/204  1932

Timber. East Plantation, Blanchland  NRO 2321/205  1916 - 1917

Timber. Shildon Plantation, Blanchland  NRO 2321/206  1917 - 1919

Timber. Bog Wood, Deborah and Nancy Woods, etc., Blanchland  NRO 2321/207  1937, 1943, 1946 - 1948

Lord Crewe's Arms Inn  NRO 2321/208  1907 - 1909

Lord Crewe's Arms Inn  NRO 2321/209  1923

Lord Crewe's Arms Inn  NRO 2321/210  1932

Blanchland Living (applications, etc.)  NRO 2321/211  1914

Vicar of Shotley  NRO 2321/212  1914 - 1918

Blanchland Village Restoration Appeal, 1960. Loose papers and printed material incl. Illustrated London News, 6 August 1960, and Twenty-Ninth Annual Report, 1959 of The Pilgrim Trust.  NRO 2321/213  [n.d.]

Acton Road, Blanchland  NRO 2321/214  1914

Burton and Shotley Tithe Schedules  NRO 2321/215  1924 - 1927

Bill of costs of Messrs. Leadbitter and Harvey re.agreement between Trustees and Joicey re. Blanchland  NRO 2321/216  1910 - 1914

Correspondence files of Capt. S.M.Rowlandson. The College, Durham, relating to the Haydon Bridge Estate belonging to Capt. J.E.Rogerson.  [no ref. or date]

Arrangement: Note. Files 217 - 242 are those of Capt. Rowlandson and files and papers 243 - 279 are those of John Davison, land agent, Haydon Bridge and of his son Edward Davison, land agent, Haydon Bridge, acting as sub-agents, initially to Thomas Gow of Cambo and latterly to Capt. Rowlandson.


Haydon Bridge Estate  NRO 2321/217  1906 - 1909

Haydon Bridge Estate  NRO 2321/218  1910 - 1911

Haydon Bridge Estate  NRO 2321/219  1911 - 1912

Haydon Bridge Estate  NRO 2321/220  1912 - 1913

Haydon Bridge Estate  NRO 2321/221  1913 - 1914

Haydon Bridge Estate  NRO 2321/222  1914 - 1915

Haydon Bridge Estate  NRO 2321/223  1915 - 1918

Haydon Bridge Estate  NRO 2321/224  1918 - 1920

Haydon Bridge Estate  NRO 2321/225  1919

Haydon Bridge Estate  NRO 2321/226  1921 - 1922

Haydon Bridge Estate  NRO 2321/227  1922 - 1924

Haydon Bridge Estate  NRO 2321/228  1924 - 1927

Haydon Bridge Estate  NRO 2321/229  1927 - 1928

Haydon Bridge Estate  NRO 2321/230  1928 - 1930

Haydon Bridge Estate  NRO 2321/231  1931

Haydon Bridge Estate  NRO 2321/232  1932

Haydon Bridge Estate  NRO 2321/233  1932 - 1933

Haydon Bridge Estate  NRO 2321/234  1933

Haydon Bridge Estate  NRO 2321/235  1933 - 1934

Haydon Bridge Estate  NRO 2321/236  1934 - 1935

Haydon Estate. Capt. J.E.Rogerson  NRO 2321/237  1925 - 1927

Peel Well Farm, Haydon Bridge (letting)  NRO 2321/238  1920

Peel Well Farm, Haydon Bridge (letting)  NRO 2321/239  1930

Haydon Bridge A/cts  NRO 2321/240  1914 - 1924

Captain J.E.Rogerson. Vourchers  NRO 2321/241  1924 - 1925

Captain J.E.Rogerson. General Receipts  NRO 2321/242  1919 - 1923

Parcel labelled 'Haydon Estate, Old Correspondence' containing files and papers of John Davison, land agent, Haydon Bridge.  [no ref. or date]

Mr. Rogerson's Estate & Mr. Gow, also Mr. Gow Rattenraw & West Mill Hills & c.  NRO 2321/243  1885 - 1887

Haydon Estate  NRO 2321/244  1885 - 1887

Haydon Estate  NRO 2321/245  1888 - 1890

Haydon Estate  NRO 2321/246  1891 - 1896

Haydon Estate  NRO 2321/247  1896 - 1898

Haydon Estate  NRO 2321/248  1893 - 1900

Haydon Estate  NRO 2321/249  1900 - 1903

East Mill Hills Farm valuation  NRO 2321/250  1880

West Mill Hills Arbitration  NRO 2321/251  1890 - 1892

John Rogerson Esqr. Purchase of land  NRO 2321/252  1892

Mr. Rogerson. Distribution, Dinner  NRO 2321/253  c.1892

Correspondence, Accounts, Tracing  NRO 2321/254  c.1884 - 1890

West Mill Hills Farm  NRO 2321/255  1892 - 1893

Brokenheugh Estate belonging to James Joicey MP.  NRO 2321/256  1884 - 1889

Parcel labelled 'Haydon Bridge Correspondence 1903 - 1913' containing files of John Davison and Edward Davison, land agents, as follows:-  [no ref. or date]

Haydon Estate  NRO 2321/257  1903 - 1905

Haydon Estate  NRO 2321/258  1906 - 1908

Haydon Estate  NRO 2321/259  1908 - 1909

Haydon Estate  NRO 2321/260  1910 - 1911

Haydon Estate  NRO 2321/261  1911 - 1913

Old Haydon Farm. Papers at time of New Tenancy  NRO 2321/262  1906

Haydon Estate Correspondence  NRO 2321/263  1925 - 1927

Haydon Estate Peel Well Dam  NRO 2321/264  1926 - 1927

Haydon Estate. Various Papers for Reference (incl. Rents, Rates, Taxes etc)  NRO 2321/265  1921 - 1925

Haydon Estate. Miscellaneous Documents and Correspondence  NRO 2321/266  1875 - 1898

East Mill Hills Farm improvements, etc.  NRO 2321/267  1882 - 1884

Tofts Farm improvements  NRO 2321/268  1890

West Mill Hills Farm improvements  NRO 2321/269  1906 - 1907

New road to building development  NRO 2321/270  1906 - 1907

Peel Well Farm letting  NRO 2321/271  1920

Hexham RDC, official letters requesting improvements to farms and cottages (under Housing, Inspection of District, Regulations, 1910)  NRO 2321/272A  1920

Haydon Estate cropping books  NRO 2321/272  1909, 1910 - 1912

Haydon Estate statement of accounts etc.  NRO 2321/273  1890 - 1891

Haydon Estate accounts covering  NRO 2321/274  1883 - 1887

Haydon Estate accounts, rentals, vouchers  NRO 2321/275  1902 - 1913

Leases or annual tenancy agreements for West Mill Hill Farm (1893), East Mill Hill Farm (1895), Haydon Town Farm (1911), West Mill Hills Farm (1913), ganister under Haydon Bridge Estate (1915) West Mill Hills and Old Haydon Farms (1922), Old Haydon Farm and cottage (1926), Tofts Farm (1930), sporting rights (1924, 1929). Some with plans.  NRO 2321/276  [n.d.]

Insurance policies on property, motor cars, horses, etc.  NRO 2321/277  c.1892-1925

Plans and tracing:- East Mill Hills Farm (early 19th c.), West Haydon Farm (c.1900), Haydon Bridge property development (3, early 20th c., poor condition).  NRO 2321/278  [n.d.]

Misc. papers: correspondence re.sale of land at Heugh House (1905), printed Regulations and Charges of Haydon Bridge Water Supply (1910), printed lease from the Admiralty to T.J.Bewick of minerals and whinstone in Barony of Langley  NRO 2321/279  1873

Correspondence of Capt. S.M. Rowlandson, The College, Durham relating to Beadnell House, Pasture Hill Farm, Pasture Hill Quarry and other property of Mrs. Bentley Taylor of Beadnell.  [no ref. or date]

Mrs. Bentley Taylor  NRO 2321/280  1908 - 1909

Mrs. Bentley Taylor  NRO 2321/281  1910 - 1911

Mrs. Bentley Taylor  NRO 2321/282  1916 - 1918

Mrs. Bentley Taylor  NRO 2321/283  1918 - 1919

Mrs. Bentley Taylor  NRO 2321/284  1920

Mrs. Bentley Taylor  NRO 2321/285  1920 - 1921

Correspondence files of Capt. S.E. Rowlandson as Director of North Sunderland Railway Company.  [no ref. or date]

North Sunderland Railway, 1907 - 1908. Includes half yearly report  NRO 2321/286  August 1908

North Sunderland Railway, 1913 - 1914. Includes yearly reports  NRO 2321/289  1913, 1914

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