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Reference Q
Held by Durham County Record Office
Archival history The records of quarter sessions remained in the custody of the clerk of the peace in rooms in the Exchequer building until after the Palatinate of Durham Act, 1836. In 1837 the Exchequer building became the University's library and the records were transferred to a new Exchequer building in 1855.
In 1867 the deputy keeper of the public records examined the records and reported that those in the custody of the clerk of the peace looked as if they had 'been pitched into the rooms with a fork because they were too filthy to handle'. He also criticised the state of the Palatinate records and mentioned that the sheriff's records had been destroyed.
The Palatinate records were transferred to the Public Record Office but records of the halmote courts, cursitor and auditor were less criticised and, as relating to bishopric property, were claimed by the Ecclesiastical Commissioners (some are now in the custody of the University of Durham).
The justices appointed a committee to look at the records and in June 1868 a rough list was made. A further list was made in 1915 and many items had disappeared in the interim. These included alehouse recognizances, convictions, recognizances, bastardy orders, removal warrants, depositions, old estreat rolls, treasurer's vouchers, including coroner's vouchers and papers, insolvent debtors' books, jurors' lists, papers relating to the new gaol and poll books.
In 1961 the county appointed a county archivist and in 1963 the Record Office was opened in the new County Hall.
Source of acquisition deposited on long-term loan by the Clerk of the Peace; the Chief Executive and Clerk; and the Clerk to the Crown Court
1961 (Acc: 1)
1961 (Acc: 2)
1961 (Acc: 8)
22 February 1965 (Acc: 124)
21 February 1969 (Acc: 401)
25 November 1969 (Acc: 444)
30 December 1971 (Acc: 530)
April 1974 (Acc: 640)
19 April 1976 (Acc: 815)
9 July 1978 (Acc: 877)

Administrative history:
The crown did not appoint justices of the peace for Durham before 1536 as Durham was a palatinate or liberty under the bishop of Durham. While still subject to the king and the laws of the realm it had a measure of independence of jurisdiction, and the bishop could issue judicial writs in his own name. Like other liberties the Palatinate had its own local courts and the bishop, as its lord, appointed officers. A sheriff was appointed by the bishop during his pleasure, not merely annually, as were royal sheriffs, and held his county court every two or three weeks. This court retained its judicial importance after that in other counties declined.
Minor cases and every-day matters were the concern of the manorial or halmote courts. The bishop's chancery also had its court. To deal with more serious matters the bishop appointed justices who held sessions of assize and gaol delivery which dealt with most judicial matters and were held at Durham and Sadberge between three and five times a year (slightly more frequently than sessions of itinerant justices of assize in other parts of the kingdom). Assize rolls for 1235-36 and 1279-80 at the Public Record Office, London, have been printed (Surtees Society vol. 127, Miscellanea ed. K.E. Bayley 1916).
Thomas Langley (bishop 1406-1437) defended his privileges by claiming that 'he and his predecessors had the "liberty" of the county palatine, with their own chancery, exchequer and court where all pleas and assizes were taken, their own justices, sheriffs, coroners, escheators and other ministers such as the kings of England were wont to employ whenever need arose or for the execution of parliamentary statutes; the bishops of Durham issued their own original and judicial writs, held a county court, possessed their private mint, and were accustomed to grant their peace to subjects who submitted after being outlawed'.
The comprehensive local system of justice meant that there was less need for the appointment of local justices or keepers of the peace. The bishop appointed a few from time to time, particularly to enforce parliamentary statutes, as in other counties.
In 1345, the Bishop commissioned nine men to execute the statutes of Winchester, Northampton and Westminster in Durham. In 1369 when the king appointed commissioners in other counties to enforce the Statute of Labourers and act as commissioners of array, he sent a special writ to the bishop directing him to appoint similar officers in the Palatinate. In 1385 the bishop appointed five men to preserve the peace and execute the statutes of Winchester, Northampton and Westminster in the fairs and markets in Durham. This was entered on the Durham Chancery Roll and entitled commisio justitiarorum ad pacem which according to Dr. Lapsley was the first use of the term justices of the peace in Durham (PRO,Durham 3; Lapsley, County Palatine of Durham pp.178-9). Bishop Thomas Langley appointed a commission of the peace of ten members in 1410.
Other Durham commissions of the peace were issued regularly in the fifteenth century. These usually included the justices of assize, the sheriff (unlike commissions for other counties which did not include the sheriff during his year of office), other officers such as the receiver-general, the attorney-general to the bishop, the bishop's chancellor, and a number of local landowners, including the earl of Westmorland.
No records of the proceedings at sessions, if any, held under these early commissions are known to exist. Justices of the peace developed in importance more slowly in Durham than in some other counties because there were already local judicial officers.
In 1536 judicial supremacy in the Palatinate was transferred to the king by act of Parliament (27. Henry VIII c.24). Thereafter the king appointed officers and had sole power to issue writs and pardon offenders. Although the palatinate courts of chancery and pleas remained in existence they executed process in the king's name. Moreover royal justices of assize and gaol delivery visited the county two or three times a year to deliver the gaols. Commissions of the peace were issued by the king for the county of Durham as for other counties.
The continued existence of the sheriff's courts and other palatinate courts may still, however, have had some influence on the importance of quarter sessions. Some minor offences, which in other counties were dealt with by justices of the peace, were still heard by the sheriff's court. In 1650, for example, a certain Nicholas Hartley was prosecuted at the sheriff's tourn for brewing without a licence and was fined twenty shillings. In fact he had been granted a licence by three justices of the peace so it was ordered at the quarter sessions that he should be discharged of his fine. The latter order was recorded in the quarter sessions order book (Q/S/OB/4 p.51). No records of the sheriff's courts survive.

Administrative history:
The County Palatine included the county of Durham, which was divided into four wards based on the four chief episcopal manors, Chester, Easington, Darlington, Stockton, and also the small wapentake or lordship of Sadberge, near Darlington. In addition there were parts of Northumberland, that is Bedlingtonshire, (north of the river Blyth and south west of Morpeth) and Norhamshire and Islandshire (the district round Norham, south of the river Tweed, and Holy Island). The manor of Crayke south of the Tees in the North Riding of Yorkshire was also included. These outlying parts remained in the Palatinate until 1844. The bishopric also held other estates in Yorkshire, in Allertonshire and Howdenshire
The lordship of Sadberge was part of the earldom of Northumberland until 1189, when Hugh de Puiset, bishop of Durham, purchased it. The boundaries are now uncertain, but it included Hart, with Hartlepool, and the barony of Gainford. It was regarded as a separate lordship and had its own justices and sheriff, although usually the same men held the offices for the county and wapentake. After 1536 official documents still sometimes used the style 'the County Palatine of Durham and Sadberge'.
Each ward had its own coroner, an important financial officer, and other officers appointed by the bishop. The coroner of the wapentake of Sadberge was, however, a hereditary office tied to a holding of land. The ecclesiastical parishes in the Palatinate often covered a large area and were usually divided into administrative 'constabularies' based on townships.
The centre of the Palatinate was the city of Durham. The offices of the Palatinate chancery and exchequer and the court-room lay in the precinct of the Castle, on Palace Green between the Castle and the Cathedral. The gaol was in the gatehouse at the top of Saddler Street, leading to Palace Green and the Bailey.

Administrative history:
After 1536 justices of the peace for Durham were chosen by the sovereign and his chancellor from amongst the leading gentlemen of the county and appointed by commission from the king. The bishop and his chancellor were, however, always included on the commission and the bishop acted as leading justice and custos rotulorum until the remaining privileges of the Palatinate were abolished in 1836 (6 William IV, c.19). Naturally many clergy of the diocese and cathedral were also included in the commissions of the peace so that the influence of the bishopric continued. The bishop or one of the diocesan officers sometimes took the chair at quarter sessions especially in the seventeenth century and some clergy were usually present. Only a small proportion of the commissioned justices were, in fact, active - regularly attending sessions and carrying out other duties. The average number of justices present at quarter sessions was twelve out of a commission of about forty in the seventeenth century or more on later commissions.
The existence of the Palatinate and bishopric may have influenced the range of matters dealt with by justices of the peace in quarter sessions. No cases of witchcraft have been noted, for example. These would have been dealt with by the ecclesiastical courts. On the other hand many Roman catholic recusants were indicted before the justices of the peace, especially between 1660 and 1688.
Administrative orders were made at quarter sessions concerning the repair of bridges and highways, the maintenance of gaols, the poor law and many other matters. Constables, both high or chief (of the ward) and petty (of the parish or constabulary) had to attend sessions and were sworn in before the court.

Contents:
The records of Durham quarter sessions do not follow the pattern of those of some busier county quarter sessions which often had several series of records relating to different stages or aspects of proceedings: process books, calendars of prisoners, court books or minutes, order books (especially administrative orders), rolls and files of indictments, recognizances, examinations, etc. (the format and titles vary from county to county). In Durham, however, only one main record was kept of the proceedings at quarter sessions which was entered in the 'order books'. In these large volumes the clerk briefly recorded the official business of the court of quarter sessions, both judicial, noting pleas and judgements, and administrative. The indictment rolls (sometimes called plea rolls) were only presentments of indictments by the grand jury to the court. Sometimes a note of the plea of the accused was added, but rarely the judgement. Early rolls also had a copy of the justices' writ to the sheriff to summons or arrest persons indicted for the next sessions. Indictments were written on long membranes of parchment, fastened at the head and rolled.
This practice differed from that of many counties where indictments were written individually on strips of parchment and filed with other records including the calendar of prisoners, precept to the sheriff, recognizances, and other documents. These other records do not exist for Durham (although from 1820 the indictments were made out individually and filed with the precept and jury panels).
However, the order books contain most of the information briefly and are an excellent and almost complete series from 1616, except for gaps 1644-1649, 1656-1660 and 1682-1685. Only in the late nineteenth century were other series kept; court books and calendars of prisoners. There were, indeed, a few earlier rough drafts of orders and three memoranda books kept by particular clerks, but these add little information to the main series. Separate registers were kept from the end of the eighteenth century for the registration of documents arising outside the court, such as highway diversion orders, appointments of gamekeepers, etc. but even then most were also noted in the order books. The county treasurer also kept separate account books from 1734.
As with most legal records the important feature is the brevity of the entries and the number of abbreviations of words, especially Latin words. There are no complete records of the proceedings of trials or of any questioning of prisoners or witnesses and no verbatim records of trials were ever kept.
The order books, as the main record of proceedings, contain many references to people who were not indicted. These were not, of course, included in the indictment rolls, which only record presentments of indictments by the grand jury. Many minor offenders were merely bound over, by justices of the peace of their own neighbourhood, to keep the peace and appear at the quarter sessions without any further prosecution. Richard Allyson and Jane, his wife, for example, had been bound over to keep the peace, and, on appearing, were released from their recognizance. Others appeared merely to give evidence. A few came to take out alehouse licences although that was usually done 'out of court' before two or three justices of their neighbourhood. Moreover pleas and judgements recorded in the order books often related to indictments presented at previous sessions, just as those indicted at sessions might not be summoned to appear (or the appearance, plea or judgement recorded) until a later sessions.
If prisoners indicted of felonies were not brought into the court of quarter sessions there would be no record in the order book. As there are no calendars of prisoners committed to gaol, if the original indictments were passed to assizes there would not be any record amongst quarter sessions records. Nor would there be any record of cases referred straight to the assize justices by the justice of the peace who made the preliminary examination.
Administrative Records of Quarter Sessions:
The general and administrative duties of justices of the peace arose as part of their commission to preserve peace and good order in their county. Indeed, much of the work was carried out by a form of legal process, as for example the presentment and indictment of inhabitants of a parish for not repairing a highway.
From the Tudor period onwards the range and volume of duties of justices of the peace gradually increased until they touched on almost every aspect of county government. The order books included entries relating to many miscellaneous duties.
Alehouse and innkeepers had to be licensed by justices of the peace under an act of 1556 and were bound by recognizances to keep good order in their houses. There are registers or returns of recognizances for 1716-18; 1783, 1786, 1804 but no original recognizances survive among the quarter sessions records although some for 1583-84 are amongst the Palatinate records (PRO).
Justices were empowered by an Act of 1562 to fix maximum rates of wages. Enrolled copies of orders for rates of wages survive only from 1672-1679.
Quarter Sessions was also required to enforce the laws against Roman Catholics and Protestants who refused to conform to the Church of England. Many indictments for non-attendance at church are recorded on the indictment rolls. Roman Catholics had to register their estates at Quarter Sessions between 1715-1791. After 1791 places of worship and schools were allowed if registered at quarter sessions and in 1829 returns were made of all non-conformist meeting houses including those of Roman Catholics and protestant dissenters.
The gaol was, until 1877, when it was taken over by the Prisons Commission, the responsibility of Quarter Sessions. Appointments of officers, orders for repair and other matters were recorded in the order books and from the end of the eighteenth century reports of the gaoler, chaplain and surgeon were made regularly and usually entered in the order books. Another important source of information is the treasurer's accounts from 1734 to 1877.
The justices were responsible for the upkeep of bridges which were maintained by a county fund. In the reign of William and Mary the county grand jurors made a presentment to the court of quarter sessions of 115 public and common bridges in the county which, at the time of the inquisition, were in great decay. This served as a register of bridges; each was recorded with its name, a number, which river it crossed and who was responsible for its maintenance. An alphabetical index of names of bridges was included (Q/S/OB 7 back of volume).
Orders for the survey or repair of bridges, appointments of surveyors, and sometimes reports were entered in the order books.
The repair of the highways was a concern of the justices in that they were responsible for seeing that the inhabitants of parishes kept their roads in repair and could authorise special rates to be levied. From 1773 they could authorise diversions of highways. Under the Highway Act, 1878, the county took on responsibility for former turnpike roads and, in 1878, a special Highways and Bridges Committee was established.
Officers and Committees:
Appointment of officers and small committees and their reports were recorded in the order books. A County Treasurer was appointed in 1734 and account books survive from this time.
A county police force was established in 1840 following the Police Act of 1839 and the first chief constable, Major James Wemyss, was appointed by quarter sessions on 10 December 1839. Reports by the chief constable were presented to quarter sessions from April 1840 and recorded in the order books. They are detailed and informative and also record the number of charges made by police constables.
The clerk of the peace in Durham was appointed by the Bishop until 1836. The earliest known appointee was William Thornburgh in 1416. After 1836 the clerk was appointed by the commission of the peace as in other counties and the office of custos rotulorum was given to the lord lieutenant as had become the practice in other counties.
Q/J Records of the Justices of the Peace and the Administration of the Sessions
Q/J/C/1-5 Commissions of the Peace
Q/J/O/1-2 Declarations made in lieu of Sacrament Test
Q/J/O/3-26 Oaths of Allegiance, Supremacy and Abjuration Justices' Oaths of Office and Allegiance
Q/J/O/27/1-35 Writs of Dedimus Potestatem
Q/J/O/28 Justices' Qualification Oaths
Q/J/O/29-31a Justices' Oaths: Judicial, Allegiance and Qualification
Q/J/O/32/1-8 Ex-Officio Oaths
Q/J/O/33 Oath forms
Q/J/O/34-39 Borough Justices' Oaths
Q/J/A/1-5 Attendance Books
Q/J/L/1-12 Lists of Justices
Q/J/L/13/1-43 County Council and Quarter Sessions Year Books
Q/J/S/1-5 Warrants for appointment of Chairman of Quarter Sessions
Q/J/S/6 Scheme for Quarter Sessions
Q/J/S/7 Minutes of Quarter Sessions Committee
Q/J/X/1 Grant of Quarter Sessions for Sunderland
Q/S Sessions Process Records
Q/S/I/1-78 Indictment rolls
Q/S/I/79-346 Indictment files
Q/S/I(ind)/1-2 Indexes to indictments
Q/S/JS/1-3 Jury panels
Q/S/OB/1-44 Order Books
Q/S/OM/1-38 Rough Order books
Q/S/OA/1-4 Abstracts of orders
Q/S/OA/5-9 Orders of court
Q/S/OP/1-3 Process Books
Q/S/OC/1-15 Sessions Court Books
Q/S/C/1-23 Calendars of Prisoners
Q/S/R/1-4 Recognizances
Q/D Case papers
Q/S/DS/1-10 Sentence papers
Q/S/P/1-48 Petitions and miscellaneous papers
Q/S/A/1-27 Appeals
Q/S/E/1-9 Estreats of fines
Q/S/WZ/1-2 War zone court
Q/S/SJ/1-3 Summary jurisdiction (returns of convictions by two Justices in a summary court)
Q/S/SJ/4 Probation Orders and Recognizances
Q/S/Y/1-2 Juvenile offenders
Q/S/X/1 Chairman's notebooks
Q/S/X/2 Defence certificates and Legal Aid certificates
Q/F and Q/A/C Administrative Records
Q/F/1-8 Treasurer's Account Books and Abstracts of Account
Q/F/9 Orders for payment
Q/F/10-11 County rates for gaol
Q/F/M/1-46 Militia Family Relief Payments
Q/A/C/1-3 Finance Committee Minutes
Q/A/C/4-5 Highways and New Bridges Committee Minutes
Q/A/C/6-10 Licensing Committee Minutes and other licensing records
Q/A/C/6-10 Licensing Committee Minutes and other licensing records
Q/A/C/13-14 County Rate Committee Minutes
Q/A/C/15-18 Executive Committee Minutes
Q/A/C 19-20 Industrial School Committee Minutes
Q/A/P/1-144 Plans of County Buildings
Q/A/W/1-24 Weights and Measures - Indentures of Verification
Q/C Records of Clerk of the Peace
Q/C/A/1-4 Deputy Clerk's bill and fees books
Q/C/C/1-10 Deputy Clerk's correspondence
Q/C/O/1-35 Fees and Salary of Clerk of Peace, Justices Clerks and Clerks to Petty Sessions
Q/C/O/36 Orders and Memoranda
Q/C/O/37-38 Standing Orders for Quarter Sessions
Q/C/O/39 Rules for procedure under Licensing Acts
Q/C/O/40 Acts and orders
Q/C/O/41 Orders concerning divided parishes
Q/C/R/1/1-126 Papers relating to transfer of offices and records after Palatinate of Durham Act
Q/C/R/2-3 Reports on County Records
Q/C/X/1-7 Miscellaneous Agreements
Q/R Enrolment of Justices' Records
Q/R Enrolment of Justices' Records
Q/R/HD/1,3,4,6-889 Highway diversion orders
CC/HD/890- Highway diversion orders
Q/R/HD/C/1-111 Plans of diversion orders
Q/R/HD/D/1-16 Plans of diversions
Q/R/HD/D/1-16 Plans of diversions
Q/R/HO Highway certificates and orders
Q/R/J/1-3 Constables' returns of jurors
Q/R/LV/1-5 Alehouses
Q/R/LG/1-4 Gamekeepers
Q/R/O/1-2 Oaths and Appointments of Sheriffs and Deputy Lieutenants
Q/R/S/1-13 Literary Societies
Q/R/R/1-11 Roman Catholics
Q/R/RM/1-14 Non-conformist meeting houses and Roman Catholic Chapels
Q/R/W/1-6 Rates of Wages
Q/D Deposit and Registration
Q/D/B/1-7 Enrolment Books
Q/D/E/1-43 Enclosure awards and plans
Q/D/EC/1-12 Lanchester Common Compensation
Q/D/EC/1-12 Lanchester Common Compensation
Q/D/LA/1-2 Annuities and Rent charges
Q/D/LR/1-3 Redemption of Land Tax Bargains and Sales
Q/D/LX/1-4 Commissioners of Land Tax
Q/D/LM/1-51 Inhabited House Tax Assessments; Returns of Farmers near the Sea Coast
Q/D/PV Registers of Electors
Q/D/PP/1-11 Petition for more polling places in South Durham
Q/D/S1-69 Rules of Savings Banks, Buildings, Friendly and Provident Societies
Q/D/S/70-87 Freemasons' Lodges
Q/D/SB/1-2 Enrolment of Rules of Friendly Societies
Q/D/P Plans of Public Utility Schemes (Deposited Plans)
Q/D/US/1-5 Verdicts of juries on compensation
Q/D/UA/1-180 Accounts of companies and trusts



DEPOSIT AND REGISTRATION  Q/D  [n.d.]

Contents:
Records or returns made by other bodies, although not arising from the work of the Justices of the Peace or of Quarter Sessions, were required by statute to be deposited with the Clerk of the Peace. Such records had to be registered and kept with the records of Quarter Sessions as a permanent record, available for consultation by the inhabitants of the county. Some documents were formally laid before the court on receipt, others were simply registered and filed by the Clerk of the Peace, sometimes also being copied into special enrolment books (Q/D/B).
Deposited documents include copies of enclosure awards, duplicates of land tax assessments, plans of projected public undertakings, verdicts of juries summoned to assess claims for damages, annual abstracts of accounts, rules of benefit societies and savings banks.

ENROLMENT BOOKS  Q/D/B/1-Q/D/B/7  [n.d.]

Contents:
Registers in which the Clerk of the Peace copied miscellaneous documents enrolled with Quarter Sessions

Enrolment book  Q/D/B/1  June 1763 - November 1879

1 volume

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Contents:
Contains:
(a) Certificates and memorials of assignments of Rent Charges and Annuities (see also Q/R/L) pp. 1-379, 1763 - 1845. A loose paper folio index of names for this section is enclosed in the volume.
(b) South Shields Improvement Commission; site for a police and magistrates' station conveyed from the Dean and Chapter of Durham to the Commissioners, 1845.
(c) Sales of sites of former turnpike trust toll houses, etc., 1870 - 1878, naming purchaser, price (from £20-£80) and describing site, some with a marginal plan; including: Wearmouth Bridge to Tyne Bridge Road (pp. 394-400, 402-406); Durham City to Tyne Bridge Road (pp. 407- 413); Boroughbridge (Yorks.) to Durham City Road (pp. 414-416); Boroughbridge to Darlington Road (pp. 418-419); Darlington to West Auckland Road (pp. 423-428, 431-432, 435-437); Stockton to Barnard Castle Road (pp. 429-430, 433-434): Bishopwearmouth to Norton Road (pp. 438-444); Gatherley Moor, Yorks. to Staindrop Road (pp. 445- 446); Catterick Bridge, Yorks. to Sedgefield Road (pp. 447-448); Catterick Bridge, Yorks. to Durham Road (pp. 450-452).
(d) Tax commissioners' certificates, certifying that 'A.B. of... commissioner of income tax for... ward is discharged of parish and ward offices', 1871 - 1879, (pp. 401, 416-417, 420-422, 449, 453-454).

Enrolment book  Q/D/B/2  February 1880 - March 1902

1 volume

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Contents:
Contains:
(a) Sheriffs' appointments: copies of royal warrants and sheriffs' declarations, 1880 - 1901, (pp. 1-6, 15-19, 23-28, 32-37, 80-85, 104- 109, 136-141, 167-172, 189-194, 212-217, 230-235, 245-250, 263-268, 287-292, 302-307, 320-325, 329-336, 342-347, 352-357, 365-370, 379- 384, 394-399, 405-410).
(b) Deputy Lieutenants' property qualification declarations, 1880 - 1882, (pp. 7-10, 26,29, 30).
(c) Tax commissioners' certificates (as vol. 1), 1880 - 1882, (pp. 21, 22, 29- 31).
(d) Slaughter house licences granted annually at Quarter Sessions (see Q/R/1) 1881 - 1894, (pp. 11-14, 38-79, 86-103, 110-121, 123-124, 126- 135, 142-145, 155-166, 173-188, 196-211, 218-229, 236-244, 251, 260, 262, 269-275, 286, 293-295, 297, 300-301, 308, 312-314, 318).
(e) Lunatic Asylum Licences, under the Lunacy Act, (1890), 1893 - 1901, noting the name of the superintendent and number of patients, (pp. 296, 309, 315, 319, 326-328, 337-338, 348-349, 360-361, 363-364, 375, 385-386, 390, 400-402). (See also under Q/R/1 Licensing)
(f) Highway certificates, by two justices of the peace certifying that new roads for a highway diversion have been made and completed in a good /B/2 (cont.) manner (see Q/R/HD), 1883 - 1900 (pp. 74-75, 122, 125, 195, 261, 276- 285, 310-311, 316-317, 339-341, 350-351, 358-359, 362, 371-374, 378, 387-389, 391-393, 404).
(g) Highway order transferring responsibility for road in Elwick Hall from Marquis of Londonderry to the Parish, made at petty sessions for Hartlepool Division, 23 February 1880 (pp. 149-150).
(h) Literary Society: rules of Sunderland Subscription Literary Society, certified as exempt from county, parochial and other rates under 6-7 Vic. c.36 (pp. 151-154) (See also under Q/R/S).
(i) Deputation of gamekeeper, Manor of Streatlam, 1899 (p. 376) (See also Q/R/LG).

Enrolment book  Q/D/B/3  April 1902 - April 1933

1 volume

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Contents:
Contains:
(a) Lunatic asylum licences 1902 - 1934 (See also Q/R/1)
(b) Sheriffs' appointments 1902 - 1934
(c) Highway diversion certificates 1902 - 1934 (See also Q/R/HD)
(d) Gas Regulation Act, 1920: appointment by quarter sessions of Alfred Scholes of Middlesborough as gas examiner, under the act, to test the pressure of gas supplied by Stockton Corporation, on application of five consumers, 1924 (pp. 252-253).
(e) Bowes Museum Rules and Regulations, c.1929 (pp. 357-358).

Enrolment book  Q/D/B/4  March 1934 - April 1957

1 volume

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Contents:
Contains:
Sheriff's appointments, 1934 - 1957; Lunatic Asylum Licences, 1934 - 1954; Highway Certificates, 1934 - 1952.

Enrolment book  Q/D/B/5  July 1772 - June 1864

1 volume

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Contents:
Contains:
(a) Enclosure awards (See also Q/D/E)
(b) Conveyances from trustees under turnpike acts of pieces of surplus ground: Middleton-in-Teesdale to St. Andrew Auckland and Egglestone road, part of old road in Egglestone, to William Hutchinson, 1793 (pp. 259-261); Lobley Hill, Whickham to Burtree Ford, Stanhope, road, part of old road, to William Russell of Brancepeth Castle, 1827 (pp. 559- 561); Durham to Tyne Bridge road, three pieces of land in Cross gate near Framwellgate Bridge, to Thomas Wilkinson, 1809 (pp. 562-564); two pieces at Millburngate, to George Burnett 1832 (pp. 567-570); by Framwellgate Bridge, one piece, to William Given, 1844 (pp. 575-577), one to Mark Jopling, 1844 (pp. 578-580); Wearmouth, Tynebridge and South Shields road, land in Cleadon, to Thomas Baker, 1809 (pp. 565- 566); Sunderland to Durham Road, ground in Bishopwearmouth, to Robert Clark, 1837 (pp. 571-572) and to Caleb Williams (pp. 573-574); Wearmouth to Tynebridge road, toll house at Felling, to Mrs. Anne Greener, 1844 (pp. 591-592).
(c) Deeds of conveyance:
Site of Old Gaol, Durham on west side of Queen Street (Owengate) from Thomas Jackson and others to Francis Smales and others in trust for trustees for building a subscription library, 9 April 1821 (enrolled 1823, pp. 538-546); Sunderland Market Tolls from Bishop of Durham and J.G. Lambton to Benjamin Bray of Sunderland, chemist, Robert Spence, hatter and several other names, 1820 (enrolled 1824, pp. 547- 553); Wearmouth Bridge tolls and profits from the bridge commissioners to Sunderland Paving Commissioners, 1821 (enrolled 1824, pp. 554-558); agreement between William Bernard Ogden and others concerning property in Church Street, Sunderland, originally devised by Rachel Maude, marginal plan on tracing paper showing layout of building and divisions, 1857 (pp. 583-590). Note: the numbering of pages in this volume originally ran: 1-499, two blank pages, 500-501, 422-505, two unnumbered pages, 506-508. The duplicated numbers have been renumbered.

Enrolment book  Q/D/B/6  October 1808 - July 1812

1 volume

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Contents:
Contains:Enfranchisement of copyhold lands of the bishopric, 1808 - 1812, and index of names of grantees.
This volume contains a copy of the act, 46 Geo. III c.81 (1806), for vesting several yearly rents and fines payable to the Lord Bishop of Durham in trustees to be sold, and for enabling the Bishop to enfranchise certain copyhold or customary estates of the See of Durham and for applying monies for the purchase of freehold estates to be settled upon the Bishop, and copies of deeds of enfranchisement. The manors concerned are: Bondgate Auckland, Bondgate Darlington, Evenwood and West Auckland, Wolsingham, Chester, Lanchester, Bedlington, Whickham, Easington, Houghton, Bishop Middleham, Stockton.

Enrolment book  Q/D/B/7  June 1817 - October 1859

1 volume

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Contents:
Contains: Awards and deeds under the Commons Enclosure Acts, conveyance under the award for the enclosure of Woodland Common and partition deed (Lynn deceased)

ENCLOSURE AWARDS AND PLANS  Q/D/E  1757-1870


Related information: A copy of some awards was also entered in special enrolment volumes, usually without the plan (Q/D/B).
Enrolled Enclosure Awards will be found in:
Bolam, 1786, Q/D/B 5, p.113; Boldon Fell, 1859, Q/D/B 6, p.825 (also plan); Greatham Marsh, 1807 - 1809, Q/D/B 5, p.485; Middleton-in-Teesdale, 1816, Q/D/B 6, p.1; Harperig, 1784, Q/D/B 5, p.103; Horncliffe, 1778, Q/D/B 5, p.78
Photocopies of a few earlier enclosures enrolled in the Palatinate entry books have been acquired (D/Ph 1). See the 'Photocopies' catalogue.

Administrative history:
Many commons or open fields were enclosed by authority of local acts of Parliament between the mid-eighteenth and mid-nineteenth centuries. The acts usually required a copy of the enclosure award (the formal document which set out the provisions for division and enclosure) to be deposited either with the clerk of the peace of the county or with one of the courts at Westminster, or, in the case of the County Palatine of Durham, in the Palatinate chancery. These documents which usually, but not invariably, have a large scale plan attached, provide information on land ownership, types of land tenure and also highways, footpaths, watercourses, drains, and the responsibility for upkeep of these; also quarries, gravel pits and other features.
Much enclosure had, of course, been carried out in the Tudor period and earlier by private agreements between owners so that often only comparatively small areas were divided under enclosure acts. The plans sometimes show old enclosures, however. Enclosure acts were usually passed at the instigation of the chief land-owners. The act named a number of commissioners to make a survey of the land and to re-allot scattered holdings fairly according to the value of the lands.
The award, or the engrossed copy of it for deposit, was a long imposing document on parchment. The plan, usually drawn on a large scale, also on parchment, shows all the allotments (with reference numbers as in the award) and other features mentioned in the award, as re-arranged. The original award was usually left in the custody of the incumbent of the parish or the lord of the manor. The engrossed copy was deposited with the clerk of the peace or as directed by the act. The majority of Durham enclosure awards, were, in fact, enrolled in the Palatinate court of chancery. A number of seventeenth century enclosure agreements were also confirmed by the chancery court.

Contents:
The awards for Crawcrook and Whickham include plans showing the strips and commons as existing before the enclosure, and the award relating to Cockfield Fell, 1868, was of regulated stinted pasture. The Middleton-in-Teesdale award was also partly concerned with stinted pasture. The awards and plans include some of the detached area of North Durham in Northumberland.
Awards, with plans where stated, exist for the parishes listed below ( the date is that of the sealing of the award).

Bibliography: A complete list of Durham enclosure awards and agreements was compiled by W.E. Tate, 'A Hand List of Enclosure Acts and Awards' in Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne 4th series, X, no.3 July 1943.


[no title]  Q/D/E/1  1810

parchment

Contents:
Beamish, plan and award

[no title or date]  Q/D/E/2-3

Contents:
Numbers not used

[no title]  Q/D/E/4-5  1759

parchment

Contents:
Brancepeth and Stockley award only

[no title]  Q/D/E/6-7  1809

parchment

Contents:
Byers Green, plan and award (and enrolled award Q/D/B 5, p.396)

[no title]  Q/D/E/8  1868

parchment

Contents:
Cockfield Fell, plan and award

[no title]  Q/D/E/9  1800

parchment

Contents:
Crawcrook, award (Q/D/E 9(a1)), plans (Q/D/E 9(a2-3)) and survey of open fields (Q/D/E 9b)

[no title]  Q/D/E/10  1817

parchment

Contents:
Egglestone, plan and award (and enrolled award Q/D/B 6, p.45)

[no title]  Q/D/E/11  1818

parchment

Contents:
Gateshead, plan and award (and enrolled award, Q/D/B 6, p.173)

[no title]  Q/D/E/12  1822

parchment

Contents:
Gateshead Fell copy plan (and enrolled award Q/D/B 6, p.429)

[no title or date]  Q/D/E/13

Contents:
Number not used

[no title]  Q/D/E/14  1758

parchment

Contents:
Ivesley Moor award

[no title]  Q/D/E/15-20  1818

parchment

Contents:
Lamesley & Tanfield, plan and award (also enrolled award, Q/D/B 5, p.262 and Q/D/B 7, p.104)

[no title]  Q/D/E/21  1841

parchment

Contents:
Middleton-in-Teesdale stinted pastures, plan and award

[no title]  Q/D/E/22  No date

parchment

Contents:
Middleton-in-Teesdale common within the manor of Middleton plan

[no title]  Q/D/E/23  1870

parchment

Contents:
Ruffside Common, plan and award

[no title]  Q/D/E/24  1829

parchment

Contents:
Ryton, Woodside and Winlaton, plan and award

[no title]  Q/D/E/25-27  1796 - 1800

parchment

Contents:
Ryton Haugh, plan and award

[no title]  Q/D/E/28-31  1765

parchment

Contents:
Staindrop Moor, award

[no title]  Q/D/E/32  1807

parchment

Contents:
Tanfield Moor, plan and award (also enrolled award, Q/D/B 5, p.238 and p.302)

[no title]  Q/D/E/33  1772

parchment

Contents:
Thornley Moor, plan and award (also enrolled award, Q/D/B 5, p.1)

[no title]  Q/D/E/34  1821

parchment

Contents:
Whickham Fell, copy plans (also enrolled award Q/D/B 5, p.287)

[no title]  Q/D/E/35  1757

parchment

Contents:
Willington, award

[no title]  Q/D/E/36  1825

parchment

Contents:
Woodland, copy plan, (also enrolled award, Q/D/B 7, p.751)

[no title]  Q/D/E/37  1809

1 file

paper

Contents:
Garretshields, award

[no title or date]  Q/D/E/38

Contents:
Number not used

[no title]  Q/D/E/39  1793

1 file

parchment

Contents:
Holy Island, award (also enrolled award, Q/D/B 5, p.126)

[no title or date]  Q/D/E/40

Contents:
Number not used

[no title]  Q/D/E/41-42  1762

2 files

parchment

Contents:
Norham, Townfields and moor, award, and duplicate

[no title]  Q/D/E/43  1800

1 file

parchment

Contents:
Tweedmouth copy plan (also enrolled award, Q/D/B 5, p.146)

LANCHESTER COMMON COMPENSATION  Q/D/EC  1881 - 1903

Administrative history:
In 1721 a successful petition against the enclosure of Lanchester was addressed to the House of Lords in 1721 (House of Lords Record Office). Lanchester was enclosed later between 1773 and 1781 and although the award is not in the Record Office, awards of compensation for damage to certain allotments by mining operations were granted at Quarter Sessions between 1881 and 1903 (Q/D/EC)

[no title]  Q/D/EC/1-12  January 1881 - January 1903

12 files

Contents:
Judgements made at Quarter Sessions under the Lanchester Common Inclosure Act, 1773, for damage caused to certain allotments by mining, includes correspondence and orders for payments of arrears

LAND TAX ASSESSMENTS  Q/D/L  1759 - 1831


Related information: See also EP/Stai 7/250-254 for Land Tax Schedules, 1768 - 1784

Administrative history:
In 1430 only men owning freehold property worth 40s. p.a. could elect members of parliament to represent counties. From 1710 only those assessed for taxes for freehold property (i.e. land tax) could vote.
Acts of 1744 and 1780 required the assessors of land tax to send duplicate copies of the annual assessments to the clerk of the Peace to serve as a register of parliamentary electors. More survive from 1780 onwards as a fine was imposed for non-compliance. Memorials of deeds establishing annuity payments of 40s. if giving a right to vote, were also registered under an act of 1782. In 1798 redemption of land tax by a money payment was allowed. This also made the tax permanent instead of the annual tax it had been since its first imposition in 1692. The series of land tax assessments finishes in 1831. Thereafter the right to vote was recorded in the registers of electors. After the Reform Act of 1832 registers of electors were prepared by the Clerk of the Peace to whom lists were sent by Overseers of the Poor. In 1832 the franchise was extended to holders of copyhold land worth £40 p.a. and to tenants with leases for 20 years or more of property worth £50 p.a.

Contents:
The land tax assessments record names of proprietors, names of occupiers, and sums assessed. 'Occupiers' refers to chief leaseholders not to the tenants who actually lived on or worked the property. The 'occupier' might hold on a long lease several properties which were let on shorter tenancies.
The forty shilling freehold was not the actual (sales) value of the land which would normally be much higher. Nor does the assessment give a true guide to the value for it was rarely reassessed.
Returns were made annually for each constabulary or township and arranged by ward division:

CHESTER WARD EAST  Q/D/L/1-12  [n.d.]

Contents:
Townships in Chester Ward EastBarmstonBoldon EastBoldon WestCleadonFulwellGatesheadHartonHedworthHeworthNether HeworthUpper HyltonMonktonMonkton and JarrowMonkwearmouthMonkwearmouth ShoreSouth Shields EastSouth Shields MiddleSouth Shields WestSouthwickUsworthWashingtonWestoeWhitburn
Unless otherwise stated the returns are for all townships. See list above

[no title]  Q/D/L/1  1759

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward East (except Monkton and Jarrow)

[no title]  Q/D/L/2  1788-1795

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward East (Washington only), 1788
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward East (Usworth only)., 1789
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward East (except Cleadon, Gateshead, Monkton), 1795

[no title]  Q/D/L/3  1798

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward East (except Barmston, Hylton, Monkton)

[no title]  Q/D/L/4  1803-1811

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward East (South Shields Middle only), 1803
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward East (except Harton, Heworth Upper, Monkton, South Shields Middle, South Shields West), 1811

[no title]  Q/D/L/5  1813

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward East (except Harton, Hylton, Monkton, South Shields Middle, South Shields West, Westoe)

[no title]  Q/D/L/6  1812

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward East (except Harton, Monkton, South Shields Middle, South Shields West)

[no title]  Q/D/L/7  1814

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward East (except Harton, Hylton, Monkton, South Shields Middle, South Shields West)

[no title]  Q/D/L/8  1817 - 1818

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward East (except Fulwell, Harton, Heworth Upper, Hylton, Monkton, Monkwearmouth Shore, South Shields East, South Shields Middle, South Shields West, Westoe)

[no title]  Q/D/L/9  1819-1821

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward East (except Fulwell, Harton, Heworth Upper, Hylton, Monkton, Monkwearmouth Shore, South Shields Middle, South Shields West, Southwick, Usworth, Westoe), 1819
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward East (except Gateshead, Harton, Heworth Upper, Hylton, Monkton, South Shields Middle, South Shields West), 1821

[no title]  Q/D/L/10  1823 - 1824

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward East (except Harton, Heworth Upper, Hylton, Monkton, South Shields Middle, South Shields West)

[no title]  Q/D/L/11  1827

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward East (except Harton, Heworth Upper, Hylton, Monkton, South Shields Middle, South Shields West)

[no title]  Q/D/L/12  1828-1830

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward East (except Harton, Heworth Upper, Hylton, Monkton, South Shields Middle, South Shields West), 1828
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward East (Monkton and Jarrow only), 1830

CHESTER WARD MIDDLE  Q/D/L/13-Q/D/L/24  1828-1830

Contents:
Townships in Chester Ward MiddleBeamishBirtleyBroomChester-le-StreetCrossgateEdmondsleyElvet BaronyElvet BoroughFramwellgateHarratonHedleyKibblesworthLamesleyLintz GreenPeltonPlawsworthRavensworthUrpethWaldridge
Unless otherwise stated, the returns are for all townships. See list above.

[no title]  Q/D/L/13  1759

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward Middle

[no title]  Q/D/L/14  1789

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward Middle (except Birtley)

[no title]  Q/D/L/15  1795-1799

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward Middle (except Urpeth), 1795
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward Middle, 1798
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward Middle (Chester-le-Street and Kibblesworth only), 1799

[no title]  Q/D/L/16  1802

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward Middle (except Harraton, Hedley)

[no title]  Q/D/L/17  1811-1812

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward Middle (except Broom, Chester-le-Street, Harraton, Hedley, Ravensworth), 1811
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward Middle, 1812

[no title]  Q/D/L/18  1814-1817

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward Middle (except Birtley, Broom, Crossgate, Kibblesworth, Urpeth, Waldridge), 1814
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward Middle, 1817

[no title]  Q/D/L/19  1819

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward Middle

[no title]  Q/D/L/20  1822

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward Middle

[no title]  Q/D/L/21  1823

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward Middle

[no title]  Q/D/L/22  1824

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward Middle

[no title]  Q/D/L/23  1827

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward Middle

[no title]  Q/D/L/24  1828-1830

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward Middle (except Kibblesworth), 1828
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward Middle (Pelton and Plawsworth only), 1830

CHESTER WARD WEST  Q/D/L/25-35  [n.d.]

Contents:
Townships in Chester Ward WestBenfieldsideBurnop and HamsteelsButsfield and SatleyChopwellCollierlyConside and KnitsleyCrawcrookEbchesterEdmondbyersEshGreencroftHolmsideHunstanworthIvestonKimblesworthKyoLanchesterLanchester HamletsLangleyMedomsleyMuggleswickRowley and RoughsideRytonRyton WoodsideSwalwellWhickhamWhickham FellsideWhickham LowlandWinlatonWitton Gilbert
Unless otherwise stated, the returns are for all townships. See list above.

[no title]  Q/D/L/25  1759

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward West (except Swalwell, Whickham Fellside, Whickham Lowland)

[no title]  Q/D/L/26  1788

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward West (except Holmside)

[no title]  Q/D/L/27  1789-1795

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward West, 1789
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward West, 1795

[no title]  Q/D/L/28  1798

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward West (except Conside and Knitsley, Kimblesworth)

[no title]  Q/D/L/29  1799-1803

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward West (Collierly, Kyo only), 1799
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward West (except Hunstanworth, Swalwell), 1802 - 1803

[no title]  Q/D/L/30  1810-1812

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward West (except Hunstanworth, Kimblesworth, Langley), 1810
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward West (Butsfield and Satley, Collierly, Ebchester, Lanchester, Medomsley, Ryton only), 1811
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward West (Greencroft, Holmside, Kyo, Lanchester Hamlets, Medomsley, Muggleswtck, Rowley and Roughside, Ryton, Ryton Woodside Whickham Fellside, Whickham Lowland, Whickham, Winlaton only), 1812

[no title]  Q/D/L/31  1813-1814

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward West (except Hunstanworth, Kimblesworth, Langley), 1813
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward West (except Benfieldside, Hunstanworth, Kimblesworth, Kyo, Langley), 1814

[no title]  Q/D/L/32  1817-1819

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward West (except Edmondbyers, Whickham Lowland), 1817
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward West (except Hunstanworth, Kimblesworth, Langley, Medomsley), 1819

[no title]  Q/D/L/33  1824

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward West (except Ebchester, Hunstanworth, Kimblesworth, Langley)

[no title]  Q/D/L/34  1825

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward West (except Ebchester, Hunstanworth, Kimblesworth, Langley)

[no title]  Q/D/L/35  1827-1830

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward West (except Chopwell, Ebchester, Esh, Hunstanworth, Kimblesworth, Langley), 1827
Land Tax returns, Chester Ward West (Lanchester, Lanchester Hamlets, Medomsley, Muggleswick, Rowley and Roughside, Ryton, Ryton Woodside only),1830

DARLINGTON WARD NORTH WEST  Q/D/L/36-Q/D/L/45  [n.d.]

Contents:
Townships in Darlington North WestAuckland St. AndrewAuckland St. HelenAuckland WestBedburn NorthBedburn SouthBinchester and NewfieldBishop Auckland BondgateBishop Auckland BoroughBishop Auckland NewgateBishop Auckland (Petty Tithes)BishopleyBradleyBrancepethBrandon and ByshottlesCornsay and HedleyCoundonCrook and Billy RowEscombEvenwoodEvenwood and BaronyFrosterleyHamsterleyHedleyHelm ParkHelmington RowHunwick and HelmingtonLynesack and SoftleyNewton CapPollards LandsShildonStanhope BailiwickStanhope ForestStanhope NewlandsideStanhope ParkStockleyThickley EastThornleyWillingtonWitton-le-WearWolsingham EastWolsingham ParkWolsingham SouthWolsingham Town
Unless otherwise stated, the returns are for all townships. See list above.

[no title]  Q/D/L/36  1759-1760

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward North West (except Bishop Auckland Bondgate, Hedley), 1759
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward North West (except Brancepeth, Evenwood, Hedley), 1760

[no title]  Q/D/L/37  1783-1785

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward North West (except Bishop Auckland Bondgate, Bishop Auckland (Petty Tithes), Evenwood, Hedley), 1783
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward North West (except Bishop Auckland (Petty Tithes), Evenwood, Hedley), 1785

[no title]  Q/D/L/38  1788

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward North West (except Bishop Auckland Bondgate, Evenwood, Hedley)

[no title]  Q/D/L/39  1789-1794

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward North West (except Bishop Auckland Bondgate, Evenwood, Hedley), 1789
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward North West (Wolsingham Town only), 1794

[no title]  Q/D/L/40  1803

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward North West (except Bishop Auckland Bondgate, Bishop Auckland Borough, Bishop Auckland (Petty Tithes), Hedley), 1803

[no title]  Q/D/L/41  1810

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward North West (except Bishop Auckland (Petty Tithes), Hedley), 1810
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward North West (Auckland West, Bishop Auckland Borough,Brancepeth, Crook and Billy Row, Helmington Row, Hunwick and Helmington, Stanhope Forest, Stanhope Park, Stockley, Wolsingham Park, Wolsingham South only), 1811

[no title]  Q/D/L/42  1817

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward North West (except Bishop Auckland Bondgate, Bradley, Helm Park, Thickley East)

[no title]  Q/D/L/43  1824

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward North West (except Bishop Auckland Bondgate, Hedley)

[no title]  Q/D/L/44  1827

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward North West (except Bishop Auckland Bondgate, Cornsay and Hedley, Hedley, Lynesack and Softley, Thickley East, Willington, Wolsingham South, Wolsingham Town)

[no title]  Q/D/L/45  1828-1830

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward North West (except Bishop Auckland Bondgate, Hedley), 1828
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward North West (Stanhope Park only), 1829
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward North West (Binchester and Newfield, Evenwood and Barony, Frosterley only), 1830

DARLINGTON WARD SOUTH EAST  Q/D/L/46-Q/D/L/57  [n.d.]

Contents:
Townships in Darlington Ward South EastArchdeacon NewtonAycliffe, GreatBarmptonBlackwellBraffertonBurdon, GreatByers GreenChilton, GreatCoatsay MoorCockertonConiscliffe, HighConiscliffe, LowCoundon GrangeDarlington BoroughDentonEldonFerrryhillHaughton-le-SkerneHeighingtonHettHoughton-le-SideKillerbyMerringtonMiddlestonMiddridgeMiddridge GrangeOld ParkPreston-le-SkerneRedworthSchool AycliffeSunderland BridgeTudhoeWalworthWestertonWhessoeWhitworthWindlestoneWoodham
Unless otherwise stated, the returns are for all townships. See list above.

[no title]  Q/D/L/46  1759

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward South East

[no title]  Q/D/L/47  1783

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward South East (except Blackwell, Old Park, Tudhoe)

[no title]  Q/D/L/48  1789

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward South East (except Tudhoe)

[no title]  Q/D/L/49  1803

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward South East (except Tudhoe)

[no title]  Q/D/L/50  1810

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward South East (except Tudhoe)

[no title]  Q/D/L/51  1811

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward South East (except Tudhoe, Sunderland Bridge)

[no title]  Q/D/L/52  1812

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward South East (except Tudhoe)

[no title]  Q/D/L/53  1817

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward South East (except Tudhoe)

[no title]  Q/D/L/54  1821

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward South East (except Tudhoe)

[no title]  Q/D/L/55  1823-1824

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward South East, (Middleston only), 1823
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward South East (except Tudhoe), 1824

[no title]  Q/D/L/56  1827

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward South East (except Haughton-le-Skerne, Heighington, Hett, Houghton-le-Side, Tudhoe)

[no title]  Q/D/L/57  1828-1830

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward South East (except Great Burdon, Great Chilton, Coatsay Moor, School Ayc1iffe, Sunderland Bridge, Tudhoe, Walworth, Westerton), 1828
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward South East (Coatsay Moor, Cockerton, High Coniscliffe, Low Coniscliffe, Darlington Bondgate, Denton only), 1829
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward South East (Sunderland Bridge only), 1830

DARLINGTON WARD SOUTH WEST  Q/D/L/58-Q/D/L/72  [n.d.]

Contents:
Townships in Darlington Ward South WestBarnard CastleBolamCleatlamCockfieldEgglestoneForest and FrithGainfordHeadlamHiltonIngletonLangleydale and ShottonLangtonMarwoodMiddleton-in-TeesdaleMorton TinmouthNewbigginPiercebridgeRaby and KeverstoneStaindropStreatlam and StaintonSummerhouseWackerfieldWestwickWhorltonWinstonWoodland
Unless otherwise stated, the returns are for all townships. See list above.

[no title]  Q/D/L/58  1759

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward South West

[no title]  Q/D/L/59  1760

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward South West

[no title]  Q/D/L/60  1783-1785

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward South West, 1783
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward South West (Forest and Frith, Marwood only), 1785

[no title]  Q/D/L/61  1789

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward South West

[no title]  Q/D/L/62  1802

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward South West

[no title]  Q/D/L/63  1803

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward South West

[no title]  Q/D/L/64  1810

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward South West

[no title]  Q/D/L/65  1811

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward South West (except Bolam, Egglestone, Forest and Frith, Morton Tinmouth, Piercebridge, Whorlton, Woodland)

[no title]  Q/D/L/66  1812

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward South West (except Langleydale and Shotton)

[no title]  Q/D/L/67  1817

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward South West

[no title]  Q/D/L/68  1822

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward South West (except Barnard Castle, Forest and Frith, Piercebridge, Raby and Keverstone, Wackerfield)

[no title]  Q/D/L/69  1823

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward South West (except Forest and Frith, Raby and Keverstone)

[no title]  Q/D/L/70  1824

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward South West

[no title]  Q/D/L/71  1826-1827

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward South West (Middleton-in-Teesdale only), 1826
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward South West (except Headlam, Hilton, Marwood, Staindrop, Streatlam and Stainton, Wackerfield, Whorlton, Winston, Woodland), 1827

[no title]  Q/D/L/72  1828-1829

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward South West (except Raby and Keverstone), 1828
Land Tax returns, Darlington Ward South West (Ingleton only),1829

STOCKTON WARD NORTH EAST  Q/D/L/74-93  [n.d.]

Contents:
Townships in Stockton Ward North EastBillinghamBishop MiddlehamBradburyBirertonButterwickClaxtonCornforthCowpen BewleyDalton PiercyElstobElwickElwick HallEmbletonFishburnFoxton and ShottonGarmondsway MoorGreathamGrindonHart and ThrostonHartlepoolMainsforthMordonNewton BewleySeaton CarewSedgefieldStainton, GreatStrantonThorpe ThewlesThrislingtonThrostonWhittonWolviston
Unless otherwise stated, the returns are for all townships. See list above.

[no title]  Q/D/L/74  1759

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward North East (except Grindon, Throston)

[no title]  Q/D/L/75  1783

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward North East (except Birerton, Butterwick, Claxton, Foxton and Shotton, Garmondsway Moor, Grindon, Stranton, Throston)

[no title]  Q/D/L/76  1785

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward North East (except Cornforth, Elstob, Grindon, Throston)

[no title]  Q/D/L/77  1788

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward North East (except Grindon, Great Stainton, Throston)

[no title]  Q/D/L/78  1789

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward North East (except Grindon, Throston)

[no title]  Q/D/L/79  1791

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward North East (except Grindon, Throston)

[no title]  Q/D/L/80  1792

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward North East (except Billingham, Birerton, Grindon, Seaton Carew, Stranton, Thrislington, Throston, Whitton, Wolviston)

[no title]  Q/D/L/81  1793

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward North East (except Billingham, Bishop Mddleham, Bradbury, Grindon, Throston)

[no title]  Q/D/L/82  1798-1799

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward North East (Elwick, Fishburn, Foxton and Shotton, Mordon, Great Stainton only), 1798
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward North East (Whitton only), 1799

[no title]  Q/D/L/83  1806

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward North East (Elwick, Great Stainton only)

[no title]  Q/D/L/84  1810

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward North East (except Throston)

[no title]  Q/D/L/85  1811

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward North East (Buttterwick, Claxton, Cornforth, Cowpen Bewley, Dalton Piercy, Elstob, Embleton, Fishburn, Greatham, Hart and Throston, Hartlepool, Mainsforth, Norton Bewley, Seaton Carew, Sedgefield, Great Stainton, Whitton, Wolviston)

[no title]  Q/D/L/86  1812-1813

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward North East (except Thorpe Thewles, Throston), 1812
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward North East (Elwick, Seaton Carew, Thrislington only), 1813

[no title]  Q/D/L/87  1814

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward North East (except Grindon, Throston)

[no title]  Q/D/L/88  1815

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward North East (except Grindon, Throston)

[no title]  Q/D/L/89  1817

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward North East (except Garmondsway Moor, Grindon, Mordon, Newton Bewley, Thrislington, Throston)

[no title]  Q/D/L/90  1823

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward North East (except Claxton, Grindon, Thrislington, Throston)

[no title]  Q/D/L/91  1826

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward North East (except Grindon)

[no title]  Q/D/L/92  1828

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward North East (except Claxton, Grindon)

[no title]  Q/D/L/93  1829

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward North East (Mainsforth and Mordon only)

STOCKTON WARD SOUTH WEST  Q/D/L/94-112  [n.d.]

Contents:
Townships in Stockton Ward South WestAislabyBishoptonCarltonCoatham MundevilleLow DinsdaleEast and West NewbigginEgglescliffeEltonEast HartburnHurworthLittle StaintonLong NewtonMiddleton St. GeorgeNeashamNortonPreston-on-TeesRedmarshallSadbergeSockburnStillingtonStockton BoroughStockton Town
Unless otherwise stated, the returns are for all townships. See list above.

[no title]  Q/D/L/94  1759

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward South West (except Bishopton)

[no title]  Q/D/L/95  1759

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward South West (except Bishopton)

[no title]  Q/D/L/96  1788

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward South West (except East Hartburn)

[no title]  Q/D/L/97  1789

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward South West

[no title]  Q/D/L/98  1791

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward South West

[no title]  Q/D/L/99  1793

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward South West

[no title]  Q/D/L/100  1798

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward South West (East and West Newbiggin, Redmarshall, Stockton Town only)

[no title]  Q/D/L/101  1802-1803

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward South West (Stockton Town only), 1802
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward South West (Elton, Stillington only), 1803

[no title]  Q/D/L/102  1806

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward South West

[no title]  Q/D/L/103  1810

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward South West (except Stockton Town)

[no title]  Q/D/L/104  1812

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward South West

[no title]  Q/D/L/105  1813

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward South West

[no title]  Q/D/L/106  1814

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward South West

[no title]  Q/D/L/107  1817

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward South West

[no title]  Q/D/L/108  1821

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward South West

[no title]  Q/D/L/109  1822

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward South West

[no title]  Q/D/L/110  1823

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward South West

[no title]  Q/D/L/111  1825

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward South West

[no title]  Q/D/L/112  1826

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Stockton Ward South West (except Redmarshall, Sadberge, Stillington, Stockton Borough)

EASINGTON WARD NORTH  Q/D/L/113-Q/D/L/134  [n.d.]

Contents:
Townships in Easington Ward NorthBishopwearmouthBishopwearmouth PannsBurdonCockenCold HesledenCollegeDalton-le-DaleDawdonEast and Middle HerringtonEast MurtonEast RaintonGreat EppletonGreat LumleyHetton-le-HoleHoughton-le-SpringLittle EppletonMoorhouseMoorsleyMorton GrangeNewbottleNorth BaileyOffertonPenshawRyhopeSaint NicholasSeahamSeaton and SlingleySilksworthSouth BaileySunderlandTunstallWarden LawWest HerringtonWest Rainton
Unless otherwise stated, the returns are for all townships. See list above.

[no title]  Q/D/L/113  1760

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward North

[no title]  Q/D/L/114  1785

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward North (except Bishopwearmouth, Dawdon, includes Burnmoor)

[no title]  Q/D/L/115  1789

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward North

[no title]  Q/D/L/116  1791

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward North

[no title]  Q/D/L/117  1793

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward North

[no title]  Q/D/L/118  1795

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward North

[no title]  Q/D/L/119  1796

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward North

[no title]  Q/D/L/120  1798

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward North (except South Bailey, Bishopwearmouth Panns, Burdon, Cold Hesleden, College, Dalton-le-Dale, Dawdon, Great Eppleton, West Herrington, Moorhouse, East Murton, Offerton, Penshaw, East Rainton, Ryhope, Seaham, Tunstall, Warden Law)

[no title]  Q/D/L/121  1799-1803

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward North, 1799
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward North (North Bailey, Bishopwearmouth, Burdon, West and East Herrington, East Murton, Newbottle, Penshaw only), 1803

[no title]  Q/D/L/122  1804

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward North (except West Herrington, Moorhouse, Moorsley, East Murton, Morton Grange, West Rainton, Ryhope)

[no title]  Q/D/L/123  1806-1808

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward North (Bishopwearmouth, Dalton-le-Dale only), 1806
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward North (Silksworth, Bishopwearmouth only), 1807
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward North (Moorsley, East Murton, Offerton, Penshaw, Seaham, Seaton and Slingley only), 1808

[no title]  Q/D/L/124  1810

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward North (except College, Little Eppleton, Moorhouse, Morton Grange, Tunstall)

[no title]  Q/D/L/125  1812-1813

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward North (except Bishopwearmouth Panns, College, Little Eppleton, Moorhouse, Morton Grange, Tunstall), 1812
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward North (Bishopwearmouth Panns, Great Lumley, Penshaw, Saint Nicholas, Seaham, Seaton and Slingley, Sunderland, Warden Law only), 1813

[no title]  Q/D/L/126  1814

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward North (except College, Little Eppleton, Moorhouse, Morton Grange, Tunstall)

[no title]  Q/D/L/127  1815

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward North (except North Bailey, South Bailey, Bishopwearmouth, Bishopwearmouth Panns, Burdon, Cocken, Cold Hesleden, College, Dalton-le-Dale, Dawdon, Great Eppleton, Little Eppleton, Hetton-le-Hole, Moorhouse, Morton Grange, Tunstall)

[no title]  Q/D/L/128  1817

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward North (except College, Little Eppleton, Moohouse, Morton Grange, Tunstall)

[no title]  Q/D/L/129  1819-1824

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward North (except College, Little Eppleton, Moohouse, Morton Grange, Tunstall), 1819
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward North (Sunderland only), 1824

[no title]  Q/D/L/130  1826

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward North (except College, Little Eppleton, Moohouse, Morton Grange, Tunstall)

[no title]  Q/D/L/131  1827

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward North (East and Middle Herrington, West Herrington, Great Lumley, Moorsley, East Murton, Newbottle, Offerton, Penshaw, East Rainton, West Rainton, Ryhope, Saint Nicholas, Seaham, Seaton and Slingley, Silksworth, Sunderland, Warden Law only)

[no title]  Q/D/L/132  1828

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward North (except College, Little Eppleton, Moohouse, Morton Grange, Tunstall)

[no title]  Q/D/L/133  1829

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward North (Bishopwearmouth Panns, Newbottle, Offerton, Penshaw, East Rainton only)

[no title]  Q/D/L/134  1831

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward North (except College, Little Eppleton, Moohouse, Morton Grange, Tunstall)

EASINGTON WARD SOUTH  Q/D/L/135-Q/D/L/158  [n.d.]

Contents:
Townships in Easington Ward SouthCassopCastle EdenCoxhoeEasingtonHaswellHawthornHulamHutton HenryKelloeMonk HesledenNesbittNesbitt and HulamPittingtonQuarringtonSaint GilesShadforthSheratonSherburnSherburn HouseShincliffeShottonThornleyThorp BulmerTrimdonWhitwell HouseWingate
Unless otherwise stated, the returns are for all townships. See list above.

[no title]  Q/D/L/135  1759

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward South (except Pittington, Sherburn House)

[no title]  Q/D/L/136  1760

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward South (except Sherburn House)

[no title]  Q/D/L/137  1785

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward South (except Sherburn House)

[no title]  Q/D/L/138-139  1789

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward South (except Sherburn House)

[no title]  Q/D/L/140  1790

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward South (except Easington, Sherburn House)

[no title]  Q/D/L/141  1791

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward South (except Sherburn House)

[no title]  Q/D/L/142  1793

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward South

[no title]  Q/D/L/143  1795

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward South (except Sherburn House)

[no title]  Q/D/L/144  1796

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward South (except Sherburn House)

[no title]  Q/D/L/145  1797-1798

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward South (except Sherburn House, Thornley), 1797
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward South, 1798

[no title]  Q/D/L/146  1802

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward South (except Castle Eden, Hulam, Sherburn House, Thornley)

[no title]  Q/D/L/147  1803-1804

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward South (Easington only), 1803
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward South (except Hawthorn, Hulam, Kelloe, Nesbitt, Sheraton, Sherburn House, Shincliffe, Wingate), 1804

[no title]  Q/D/L/148  1810

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward South (except Castle Eden, Nesbitt, Sherburn House, Whitwell House)

[no title]  Q/D/L/149  1812

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward South (except Castle Eden, Sherburn House, Whitwell House)

[no title]  Q/D/L/150  1813

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward South (Cassop, Coxhoe, Haswell, Hulam, Monk Hesleden, Sheraton, Sherburn only)

[no title]  Q/D/L/151  1814

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward South (except Castle Eden, Sherburn House, Thorp Bulmer, Whitwell House)

[no title]  Q/D/L/152  1815

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward South (Easington, Haswell, Hawthorn, Hutton Henry, Monk Hesleden, Nesbitt, Pittington, Shincliffe, Thornley, Trimdon, Wingate only)

[no title]  Q/D/L/153  1817

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward South (except Castle Eden, Sherburn House, Whitwell House, Wingate)

[no title]  Q/D/L/154  1819

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward South (except Castle Eden, Sherburn House, Whitwell House)

[no title]  Q/D/L/155  1819

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward South (except Castle Eden, Sherburn House, Whitwell House)

[no title]  Q/D/L/156  1827

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward South (Kelloe, Monk Hesledon, Nesbitt, Quarrington, Shadforth, Sheraton, Sherburn, Shincliffe, Shotton, Thornley, Thorp Bulmer, Trimdon, Wingate only)

[no title]  Q/D/L/157  1828-1829

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward South (except Castle Eden, Sherburn House, Whitwell House), 1828
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward South (Pittington only), 1829

[no title]  Q/D/L/158  1831

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Easington Ward South (except Castle Eden, Sherburn House, Whitwell House), 1831

NORHAM AND ISLANDSHIRE  Q/D/L/159-Q/D/L/160  [n.d.]

Contents:
Townships in Norham and IslandshireAncroftCornhillHoly IslandKyloeNorhamTweedmouth
Unless otherwise stated, the returns are for all townships. See list above.
[Q/D/L 159 is two files]

[no title]  Q/D/L/159-Q/D/L/160  1759-1831

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Norham and Islandshire, 1759 - 1764
Land Tax returns, Norham and Islandshire (except Ancroft, Tweedmouth), 1769
Land Tax returns, Norham and Islandshire (except Kyloe, Tweedmouth), 1770
Land Tax returns, Norham and Islandshire, 1817
Land Tax returns, Norham and Islandshire (Cornhill only), 1818
Land Tax returns, Norham and Islandshire (Cornhill only), 1819
Land Tax returns, Norham and Islandshire (Holy Island, Kyloe only), 1820
Land Tax returns, Norham and Islandshire (Ancroft, Kyloe, Norham Tweedmouth only), 1822
Land Tax returns, Norham and Islandshire (Norham only), 1824
Land Tax returns, Norham and Islandshire (Kyloe only), 1825
Land Tax returns, Norham and Islandshire, 1826 - 1828
Land Tax returns, Norham and Islandshire (Cornhill only), 1831

BEDLINGTON (NORTHUMBERLAND)  Q/D/L/161  [n.d.]

[no title]  Q/D/L/161  1759-1828

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Bedlington (Northumberland), 1759
Land Tax returns, Bedlington (Northumberland), 1789
Land Tax returns, Bedlington (Northumberland), 1795
Land Tax returns, Bedlington (Northumberland), 1798
Land Tax returns, Bedlington (Northumberland), 1810 - 1814
Land Tax returns, Bedlington (Northumberland), 1817
Land Tax returns, Bedlington (Northumberland), 1823 - 1824
Land Tax returns, Bedlington (Northumberland), 1826 - 1828

CRAIKE (YORKSHIRE, NORTH RIDING)  Q/D/L/162  [n.d.]

[no title]  Q/D/L/162  1759-1829

Contents:
Land Tax returns, Craike (Yorkshire, North Riding), 1759 - 1760
Land Tax returns, Craike (Yorkshire, North Riding), 1829

ANNUITIES AND RENT CHARGES  Q/D/LA  1763 - 1845


Related information: Declarations, or memorials, written on parchment and signed by the annuitant, were filed and copies entered into a volume. Enrolment of copies of memorials of annuities and assignments with rough name index: Q/D/B/1 pp. 1-379

Administrative history:
Certificates or memorials of annuities charged on freehold land also had to be registered with the Clerk of the Peace, if giving a right to vote under an act of 1763.

[no title]  Q/D/LA/1  August 1763 - February 1792

1 bundle

Contents:
Certificates of annuities and assignments of rent charges, nos 2-95, and index, (1 bundle)

[no title]  Q/D/LA/2  April 1828 - March 1845

1 file

Contents:
Certificates of annuities and assignments of rent charges, nos. 249-280

REDEMPTION OF LAND TAX  Q/D/LR  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Land tax could be redeemed for a money payment by contracting with the tax commissioners, under an act of 1798. Sometimes part of the land was sold to raise the money. This could, however, be done only with the approval of the tax commissioners and, in the case of ecclesiastical land, with the agreement of the bishop. Consent was given provided the sale did not materially affect the remaining property. A register was kept of those contracting to redeem land tax. Copies of conveyances were enrolled with the clerk of the Peace.

[no title]  Q/D/LR/1  1799-1813

1 volume

Contents:
Register of contracts for redemption of land tax, (nos.776-1680), 1799 - 1813
Records the number, name, date, amount of land tax contracted for, parish, consideration to be given

[no title]  Q/D/LR/2  1798-1799

1 roll

parchment

Contents:
Enrolments of bargains and sales and redemption, 1798
Copies of four deeds, two being agreements for sale of land to redeem land tax and two ordinary deeds of bargain and sale as follows:
18 March 1798
(1) Alexander Robertson of Prendeguesh (Berwickshire)
(2) Sam. Cashe, Thos. Hudspeth et al.
Conveyance from (1) to (2) of The Sands, Durham City and other property in Durham City and Norham
5 April 1799
(1) Robert Burton of Woodhurst (Huntingdonshire), devisee under will of Dav. Burton
(2) George Blades of Yarm, tailor
Bargain and Sale from (1) to (2) of land known as Tenants Moor in Egglescliffe
Consideration: £140
16 May 1799
(1) Rev. Henry Blackett
(2) Anthony Hood
Bargain and Sale from (1) to (2) of a close called Dams at Boldon to redeem land tax of £6 10s.1d. chargeable on Rectory House, Glebe Land in Boldon
Consideration: £114
16 May 1799
(1) Rev. Hen. Blackett
(2) Richard Robinson
Bargain and Sale from (1) to (2) of close called the Dams at Boldon
Consideration: £50

[no title]  Q/D/LR/3  1799

1

paper

Contents:
Schedule of leasehold land of William Meed of North Shields held under the Dean and Chapter of Durham, for which a redemption certificate is required

COMMISSIONERS OF LAND TAX  Q/D/LX  [n.d.]

[no title]  Q/D/LX/1-4  1780 - 1781

5 papers

Contents:
Lists of those qualified to act as Commissioners of Land Tax

SPECIAL RETURNS AND DUPLICATES OF ASSESSMENTS  Q/D/LM  [n.d.]

Contents:
Certain duplicate copies of assessments were deposited with Quarter Sessions to assist in assessing the number of soldiers who could be recruited.
A special return was requested from farmers near the coast during the Napoleonic Wars.

[no title]  Q/D/LM/1-26  1796

26 papers

Contents:
Inhabited House tax assessments for Easing ton Ward, 1796
These copies were used by Justices of the Peace in assessing the number of men to be raised by each parish according to the number of inhabitants. They record names of householders, sums assessed, number of windows, additional duties, etc.

[no title]  Q/D/LM/27-51  1796

25 papers

Contents:
Returns of farmers near the Sea Coast, 1796
Because of fears of invasion, the government requested the Lords Lieutenant of coastal counties to cause returns to be made of livestock and crops of farmers within 10 or 12 miles of the coast, so that stock could be removed and secured if necessary, and compensation given for any damage. The returns, made on printed forms, record names of farmers, distance from the sea, numbers of horses, cows, sheep, deer, pigs, acreage of wheat, oats, barley, peas etc, tonnage hay, numbers of servants who could be mounted to drive stock, carts, waggons or servants on foot. Many farmers from Heworth refused to give an account of their stock.
Returns for Chester Ward, East, including:
(27) Barmston
(28) Boldon, East
(29) Boldon, West
(30) Cleadon
(31) Fulwell
(32) Gateshead
(33) Harton
(34) Hedworth
35-6) Heworth
(37) Hylton
(38) Monkton and Jarrow
(39) Monkwearmouth
(40) Monkwearmouth Shore
(41) South Shields: East Pans
(42) South Shields: Middle Pans
(43) South Shields: West Pans
(44) Usworth
(45-6) Washington
(47) Westoe
(48) Whitburn
(49-50) Bedlingtonshire
(51) Summary

Parliamentary Electoral Registers  Q/D/PV/1-Q/D/PV/137  [n.d.]


Related information: For electoral registers 1893 onwards see County Council list. There is also a complete list of electoral registers, see 'Electoral Registers' catalogue

Administrative history:
After the Reform Act, 1832 (2 William IV c.45) the Clerk of the Peace prepared registers of electors from lists returned by parish overseers and corrected by revising barristers. The registers were printed and record the surnames and forenames of each voter, his place of abode and the nature of his qualification for the franchise. After the Reform Act of 1832 the franchise was extended to holders of copyhold land worth £40 p.a. and tenants with leases for 20 years or more of property worth £50 p.a. After the Reform Act 1867 those qualified to vote were freeholders, copyholders, and life tenants of property worth £5 p.a. and occupiers of property worth £12 p.a. paying poor rates.
The Reform Act of 1884 gave the vote to all rate payers (owners or tenants of property paying poor rates) and lodgers in lodgings worth £10 p.a. (the latter had applied in boroughs since 1867). The Representation of the People Act, 1918, gave the vote to all men over 21 with a six months residence qualification and to women who were over thirty years of age and were householders. A second vote was allowed to owners of business premises and to university graduates, (this was abolished in 1948). In 1928 women were given equal rights with men. In 1970 the voting age was lowered to 18. Since 1892, after the establishment of the County Council, responsibility for electoral registers has been exercised by the Clerk to the Council or his registration officer.
For electoral registers 1893 onwards see County Council list. There is also a complete list of electoral registers, see 'Electoral Registers' catalogue

[no title]  Q/D/PV/1  November 1833

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern and Southern Divisions

[no title]  Q/D/PV/2  November 1834

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern and Southern Divisions

[no title or date]  Q/D/PV/3

Contents:
Number not used

[no title]  Q/D/PV/4  November 1835

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern and Southern Divisions

[no title]  Q/D/PV/5  November 1836

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern and Southern Divisions

[no title]  Q/D/PV/6  November 1837

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern and Southern Divisions

[no title]  Q/D/PV/7  November 1838

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern and Southern Divisions

[no title]  Q/D/PV/8  November 1839

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern and Southern Divisions

[no title]  Q/D/PV/9  November 1840

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern and Southern Divisions

[no title]  Q/D/PV/10  November 1841

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern and Southern Divisions

[no title]  Q/D/PV/11  November 1842

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern and Southern Divisions

[no title]  Q/D/PV/12  November 1843

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern and Southern Divisions

[no title]  Q/D/PV/13  November 1844

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern and Southern Divisions

[no title]  Q/D/PV/14  November 1845

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern and Southern Divisions

[no title]  Q/D/PV/15  November 1846

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern and Southern Divisions

[no title]  Q/D/PV/16  November 1847

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern and Southern Divisions

[no title]  Q/D/PV/17  November 1848

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern and Southern Divisions

[no title]  Q/D/PV/18  November 1849

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern and Southern Divisions

[no title]  Q/D/PV/19  November 1850

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern and Southern Divisions

[no title]  Q/D/PV/20  November 1851

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern and Southern Divisions

[no title]  Q/D/PV/21  November 1852

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern and Southern Divisions

[no title]  Q/D/PV/22  November 1853

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern and Southern Divisions

[no title]  Q/D/PV/23  November 1854

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern and Southern Divisions

[no title]  Q/D/PV/24  November 1855

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern and Southern Divisions

[no title]  Q/D/PV/25  November 1856

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern and Southern Divisions

[no title]  Q/D/PV/26  November 1857

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern and Southern Divisions

[no title]  Q/D/PV/27  November 1858

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern and Southern Divisions

[no title]  Q/D/PV/28  November 1859

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern and Southern Divisions

[no title]  Q/D/PV/29  November 1860

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern and Southern Divisions

[no title]  Q/D/PV/30  November 1861

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern and Southern Divisions

[no title]  Q/D/PV/31  November 1862

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern and Southern Divisions

[no title]  Q/D/PV/32  November 1863

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern and Southern Divisions

[no title]  Q/D/PV/33  November 1864

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern and Southern Divisions

[no title]  Q/D/PV/34  November 1865

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern and Southern Divisions

[no title]  Q/D/PV/35  November 1866

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/36  November 1866

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Southern Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/37  December 1837

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/38  December 1837

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Southern Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/39  November 1868

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern and Southern Divisions

[no title]  Q/D/PV/40  January 1870

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/41  January 1870

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Southern Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/42  January 1871

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/43  January 1871

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Southern Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/44  January 1872

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/45  January 1872

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Southern Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/46  January 1873

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/47  January 1873

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Southern Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/48  January 1874

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/49  January 1874

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Southern Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/50  January 1875

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/51  January 1875

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Southern Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/52  January 1876

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern Division, part 1

[no title]  Q/D/PV/53  January 1876

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern Division, Part 2

[no title]  Q/D/PV/54  January 1876

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Southern Division, part 1

[no title]  Q/D/PV/55  January 1876

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Southern Division, part 2

[no title]  Q/D/PV/56  January 1877

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern Division, part 1

[no title]  Q/D/PV/57  January 1877

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern Division, part 2

[no title]  Q/D/PV/58  January 1877

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Southern Division, part 1

[no title]  Q/D/PV/59  January 1877

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Southern Division, part 2

[no title]  Q/D/PV/60  January 1878

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern Division, part 1

[no title]  Q/D/PV/61  January 1878

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern Division, part 2

[no title]  Q/D/PV/62  January 1878

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Southern Division, part 1

[no title]  Q/D/PV/63  January 1878

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Southern Division, part 2

[no title]  Q/D/PV/64  January 1879

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern Division, part 1

[no title]  Q/D/PV/65  January 1879

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern Division, part 2

[no title]  Q/D/PV/66  January 1879

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Southern Division, part 1

[no title]  Q/D/PV/67  January 1879

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Southern Division, part 2

[no title]  Q/D/PV/68  January 1880

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern Division, part 1

[no title]  Q/D/PV/69  January 1880

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern Division, part 2

[no title]  Q/D/PV/70  January 1880

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Southern Division, part 1

[no title]  Q/D/PV/71  January 1880

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Southern Division, part 2

[no title]  Q/D/PV/72  January 1881

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/73  January 1881

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Southern Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/74  January 1882

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/75  January 1882

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Southern Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/76  January 1883

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/77  January 1883

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Southern Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/78  January 1884

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/79  January 1884

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Southern Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/80  January 1885

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Northern Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/81  January 1885

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Southern Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/82  November 1885

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Barnard Castle

[no title]  Q/D/PV/83  November 1885

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Bishop Auckland

[no title]  Q/D/PV/84  November 1885

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Chester-le-Street

[no title]  Q/D/PV/85  November 1885

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Houghton-le-Spring

[no title]  Q/D/PV/86  November 1885

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Jarrow

[no title]  Q/D/PV/87  November 1885

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Mid Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/88  November 1885

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, North Western Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/89  November 1885

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, South Eastern Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/90  January 1887

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Barnard Castle

[no title]  Q/D/PV/91  January 1887

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Bishop Auckland

[no title]  Q/D/PV/92  January 1887

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Chester- le-Street

[no title]  Q/D/PV/93  January 1887

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Houghton-le-Spring

[no title]  Q/D/PV/94  January 1887

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Jarrow

[no title]  Q/D/PV/95  January 1887

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Mid Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/96  January 1887

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, North Western Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/97  January 1887

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, South Eastern Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/98  January 1888

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Barnard Castle

[no title]  Q/D/PV/99  January 1888

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Bishop Auckland

[no title]  Q/D/PV/100  January 1888

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Chester-le-Street

[no title]  Q/D/PV/101  January 1888

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Houghton-le-Spring

[no title]  Q/D/PV/102  January 1888

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Jarrow

[no title]  Q/D/PV/103  January 1888

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Mid Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/104  January 1888

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, North Western Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/105  January 1888

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, South Eastern Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/106  January 1889

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Barnard Castle

[no title]  Q/D/PV/107  January 1889

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Bishop Auckland

[no title]  Q/D/PV/108  January 1889

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Chester-le-Street

[no title]  Q/D/PV/109  January 1889

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Houghton-le-Spring

[no title]  Q/D/PV/110  January 1889

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Jarrow

[no title]  Q/D/PV/111  January 1889

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Mid Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/112  January 1889

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, North Western Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/113  January 1889

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, South Eastern Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/114  January 1890

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Barnard Castle

[no title]  Q/D/PV/115  January 1890

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Bishop Auckland

[no title]  Q/D/PV/116  January 1890

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Chester-le-Street

[no title]  Q/D/PV/117  January 1890

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Houghton-le-Spring

[no title]  Q/D/PV/118  January 1890

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Jarrow

[no title]  Q/D/PV/119  January 1890

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Mid Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/120  January 1890

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, North Western Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/121  January 1890

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, South Eastern Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/122  January 1891

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Barnard Castle

[no title]  Q/D/PV/123  January 1891

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Bishop Auckland

[no title]  Q/D/PV/124  January 1891

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Chester-le-Street

[no title]  Q/D/PV/125  January 1891

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Houghton-le-Spring

[no title]  Q/D/PV/126  January 1891

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Jarrow

[no title]  Q/D/PV/127  January 1891

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Mid Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/128  January 1891

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, North Western Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/129  January 1891

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, South Eastern Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/130  January 1892

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Barnard Castle

[no title]  Q/D/PV/131  January 1892

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Bishop Auckland

[no title]  Q/D/PV/132  January 1892

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Chester-le-Street

[no title]  Q/D/PV/133  January 1892

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Houghton-le-Spring

[no title]  Q/D/PV/134  January 1892

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Jarrow

[no title]  Q/D/PV/135  January 1892

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, Mid Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/136  January 1892

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, North Western Division

[no title]  Q/D/PV/137  January 1892

1 volume

Contents:
Electoral Register, South Eastern Division

POLLING PLACES  Q/D/PP  1864 - 1867

[no title]  Q/D/PP/1-Q/D/PP/11  1864 - 1867

1 bundle

Contents:
Petition for more polling places
Petition to the Queen for more polling places in the southern division of the county, and grant of a polling place at St. John's Chapel. Copies of newspapers containing notices of the petition: South Durham and Cleveland Mercury, 19 and 26 December 1866, 20 and 23 March 1867; Darlington and Stockton Telegraph, 23 March 1867; South Durham Herald, 15 and 22 December 1866. (1 bundle)

SOCIETIES AND MEETINGS  Q/D/S  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Societies, clubs and meetings were controlled by several acts of Parliament. The Friendly Societies Act, 1793 and the Seditious Societies Act, 1799 and later acts required societies to be registered at Quarter Sessions.
Acts of 1817 and 1828 limited sums of money which might be deposited with savings banks and required copies of rules and any alterations to rules to be deposited with the Clerk of the Peace for public inspection. An act of 1836 required benefit building societies, provident and friendly societies to be registered.
In 1874 responsibility for records of friendly societies was given to the Registrar of Friendly Societies. Rules deposited with the Clerk of the Peace were, therefore, transferred to the Registrar, except for a few duplicate copies.
Rules and alterations were laid before the court of Quarter Sessions for approval and the order was usually noted in the Order Book. Copies of the rules were registered and filed by the clerk of the Peace.
A new numbered series was started in 1829 following the 1828 Act. No returns of freemasons' lodges survive for County Durham before 1916 although they were required under the Seditious Societies Act, 1799.

Rules of Savings Banks, Building Societies, Friendly and Provident Societies  Q/D/S/1-Q/D/S/69  [n.d.]

Contents:
Engrossed copies of rules. Dates noted are the dates of deposit with the Clerk of the Peace. Numbers in brackets are the original registration numbers.

[no title]  Q/D/S/1  July 1794

1 file

Contents:
Amicable Society, Hurworth

[no title]  Q/D/S/2  April 1809

1 file

Contents:
Pilots' Blessing, Sunderland

[no title]  Q/D/S/3  July 1816

1 file

Contents:
Loving Sisters Friendly Society, Black Boy, Sunderland, including list of members, (225)

[no title]  Q/D/S/4  September 1817

1 file

Contents:
Bishopwearmouth, Sunderland and Monkwearmouth, Savings Bank, (1)

[no title]  Q/D/S/5-6  October 1817

2 files

Contents:
Bishop Auckland Savings Bank, (2) and printed copy

[no title]  Q/D/S/7  September 1817

1 file

Contents:
Stockton Savings Bank and Provident Institution, (3a)

[no title]  Q/D/S/8  July 1817

1 file

Contents:
Darlington Savings Bank, (3)

[no title]  Q/D/S/9  November 1817

1 file

Contents:
South Shields Savings Bank, (4)

[no title]  Q/D/S/10-12  November 1817

1 file

Contents:
Durham Savings Bank, (5-6)

[no title]  Q/D/S/13  March 1817

1 file

Contents:
Barnard Castle, Savings Bank, (7)

[no title]  Q/D/S/14  February 1818

1 file

Contents:
Ryton Savings Bank, (8)

[no title]  Q/D/S/15  October 1818

1 file

Contents:
Bishopwearmouth Savings Bank additional rules, (9)

[no title]  Q/D/S/16-17  June and October 1818

2 files

Contents:
Lanchester Savings Bank and additional rules, (10-11)

[no title]  Q/D/S/18  April 1818

1 file

Contents:
Washington Provident Bank, (12)

[no title]  Q/D/S/19  April 1821

1 file

Contents:
Bishop Auckland Savings Bank, additional rules, (13)

[no title]  Q/D/S/20  April 1821

1 file

Contents:
Weardale Savings Bank, (14)

[no title]  Q/D/S/21  April 1821

1 file

Contents:
Bishop Auckland Savings Bank, (15)

[no title]  Q/D/S/22  December 1824

1 file

Contents:
Lanchester Savings Bank additional rules, (16)

[no title]  Q/D/S/23  November 1824

1 file

Contents:
Darlington Savings Bank, (17)

[no title]  Q/D/S/24  November 1824

1 file

Contents:
Durham Savings Bank, additional rules, (18)

[no title]  Q/D/S/25-26  June and September 1824

2 files

Contents:
Monkwearmouth Provident Savings Institution, (18a,b)

[no title]  Q/D/S/27  November 1824

1 file

Contents:
Ryton Savings Bank additional rules, (19)

[no title]  Q/D/S/28-29  December 1824

2 membranes

parchment

Contents:
Hetton-le-Hole Friendly Society of Women, (313)

[no title]  Q/D/S/30  January 1825

1 file

Contents:
South Shields Savings Bank, (20)

[no title]  Q/D/S/31  November 1825

1 file

Contents:
Barnard Castle Savings Bank, (21)

[no title]  Q/D/S/32  June 1826

1 file

Contents:
Stockton Savings Bank, (22)

[no title]  Q/D/S/33  1829

1 file

Contents:
Ryton Savings Bank

[no title]  Q/D/S/34  January 1829

1 file

Contents:
Weardale Savings Bank, (1)

[no title]  Q/D/S/35  April 1829

1 file

Contents:
South Shields Savings Bank, (2)

[no title]  Q/D/S/36  January 1829

1 file

Contents:
Bishop Auckland Savings Bank, (3)

[no title]  Q/D/S/37  January 1829

1 file

Contents:
Durham Savings Bank (4)

[no title]  Q/D/S/38  April 1829

1 file

Contents:
Stockton Savings Bank, (5)

[no title]  Q/D/S/39  January 1829

1 file

Contents:
Lanchester Savings Bank, (6)

[no title]  Q/D/S/40  January 1829

1 file

Contents:
Darlington Savings Bank, (7)

[no title]  Q/D/S/41  July 1829

1 file

Contents:
Barnard Castle Savings Bank, (8)

[no title]  Q/D/S/42  October 1829

1 file

Contents:
Monkwearmouth Savings Bank, (9)

[no title]  Q/D/S/43  April 1835

1 file

Contents:
Ryton Savings Bank, (illegible)

[no title]  Q/D/S/44  March 1835

1 file

Contents:
Durham Savings Bank additional rules, (11)

[no title]  Q/D/S/45-46  July and March 1835

2 files

Contents:
Bishop Auckland Savings Bank, additional rules, (12-13)

[no title or date]  Q/D/S/47

1 file

Contents:
Monkwearmouth Savings Bank additional rules, (14), May 1835

[no title]  Q/D/S/48  April 1835

1 file

Contents:
Lanchester Savings Bank additional rules, (15)

[no title]  Q/D/S/49  July 1835

1 file

Contents:
Barnard Castle Savings Bank additional rule, (16)

[no title]  Q/D/S/50  June 1836

1 file

Contents:
Stockton Savings Bank additional rule, (18)

[no title]  Q/D/S/51  July 1837

1 file

Contents:
Darlington Savings Bank, (19)

[no title]  Q/D/S/52  April 1838

1 file

Contents:
Middleton Savings Bank, (20)

[no title]  Q/D/S/53  July 1849

1 file

Contents:
Second Borough of Sunderland Friendly Benefit Building Society, alteration, (no. 1773)

[no title]  Q/D/S/54-55  May 1843

1 file

Contents:
Sunderland New Providence Building Society alteration, (303)

[no title]  Q/D/S/56  1830 - 1842

1 file

Contents:
List of building societies, friendly societies etc, enrolled under various acts

[no title]  Q/D/S/57  May 1842 - June 1843

1 file

Contents:
South Shields Mechanics Building Society alterations to rules, (280)

[no title]  Q/D/S/58  May 1845

1 file

Contents:
Fourth Provident Building Society, Sunderland

[no title]  Q/D/S/59  June 1854

1 file

Contents:
Shields and Jarrow Permanent Benefit Building Society

[no title]  Q/D/S/60  November 1856

1 file

Contents:
East and West Hartlepool Provident Loan Society

[no title]  Q/D/S/61  December 1859

1 file

Contents:
Wear Benefit Building Society, additional rule

[no title]  Q/D/S/62  December 1859

1 file

Contents:
St. Bede's North of England Benefit Building Society, additional rule

[no title]  Q/D/S/63  December 1866

1 file

Contents:
Durham Third Provident Benefit Building Society

[no title]  Q/D/S/64  October 1867

1 file

Contents:
The Victoria Loan Society Stockton (no. 2019), (810)

[no title]  Q/D/S/65-66  September 1874

2 files

Contents:
Jarrow Mutual Loan Society, (864), August 1870, and alteration, (938)

[no title]  Q/D/S/67  No date

1 file

Contents:
Part of an alteration to rules (damaged)

[no title]  Q/D/S/68  1818-1826

5 papers

Contents:
List of savings banks, April 1819, April 1821, April 1821, January 1826; and copy of Home Office circular requesting account of savings banks, 1818

[no title]  Q/D/S/69  April 1829

1 file

Contents:
List of friendly societies

Freemasons' Lodges Annual Returns  Q/D/S/70-Q/D/S/87  1916 - 1946

Contents:
Annual returns made by each lodge in County Durham listing names of members, their addresses and occupations. They are printed forms of return, arranged in annual bundles.

[no title]  Q/D/S/70  1916

1 bundle

Contents:
Freemasons' lodges annual returns

[no title]  Q/D/S/71  1917

1 bundle

Contents:
Freemasons' lodges annual returns

[no title]  Q/D/S/72  1918

1 bundle

Contents:
Freemasons' lodges annual returns

[no title]  Q/D/S/73  1919

1 bundle

Contents:
Freemasons' lodges annual returns

[no title]  Q/D/S/74  1920

1 bundle

Contents:
Freemasons' lodges annual returns

[no title]  Q/D/S/75  1921

1 bundle

Contents:
Freemasons' lodges annual returns

[no title]  Q/D/S/76  1922

1 bundle

Contents:
Freemasons' lodges annual returns

[no title]  Q/D/S/77  1923

1 bundle

Contents:
Freemasons' lodges annual returns

[no title]  Q/D/S/78  1924

1 bundle

Contents:
Freemasons' lodges annual returns

[no title]  Q/D/S/79  1925

1 bundle

Contents:
Freemasons' lodges annual returns

[no title]  Q/D/S/80  1926

1 bundle

Contents:
Freemasons' lodges annual returns

[no title]  Q/D/S/81  1927

1 bundle

Contents:
Freemasons' lodges annual returns

[no title]  Q/D/S/82  1928

1 bundle

Contents:
Freemasons' lodges annual returns

[no title]  Q/D/S/83  1929

1 bundle

Contents:
Freemasons' lodges annual returns

[no title]  Q/D/S/84  1930

1 bundle

Contents:
Freemasons' lodges annual returns

[no title]  Q/D/S/85  1944

1 bundle

Contents:
Freemasons' lodges annual returns

[no title]  Q/D/S/86  1945

1 bundle

Contents:
Freemasons' lodges annual returns

[no title]  Q/D/S/87  1946

1 bundle

Contents:
Freemasons' lodges annual returns

ENROLMENT OF RULES OF FRIENDLY SOCIETIES  Q/D/SB/1-Q/D/SB/2  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  Q/D/SB/1

1 volume

card bound

Contents:
List of Friendly Societies etc. the rules of which were enrolled with Quarter Sessions and which were taken off the roll and transmitted to the Registrar of Friendly Societies under 18 and 19 Victoria, c.63, s.11, August 1785 - November 1874

[no title]  Q/D/SB/2  1837-1874

1 volume
2 files

card bound

Contents:
List of rules of Friendly Societies etc. enrolled with Quarter Sessions, 1837 - 1874
At end: Receipt by Registrar of Friendly societies, of Rules of within mentioned societies, 2 March 1875
Enclosed: List of Benefit Building Societies whose rules have been enrolled within the County of Durham, August 1864 - December 1869 (1 volume, card bound, 2 files)

PLANS OF PUBLIC UTILITIES  Q/D/P/1-Q/D/P/610  [n.d.]

Supplementary information: A card index to the plans exists.

Administrative history:
A standing order of the House of Commons made in 1792 and confirmed by an act of Parliament of 1837 required proposed schemes for commercial and other developments of a public nature, such as new roads, canals, railways, and gas works, to be deposited for public inspection with the clerk of the Peace of the counties concerned. All such shemes were authorised by a private act of Parliament. It was intended that those who considered that they or their property might be adversely affected by the scheme could raise objections. Claims for compensation were sometimes decided by juries. Schemes subject to these provisions included those which could alter land use, such as canals, railways or gas pipes.
In addition to drawings of the proposed works, including sections and elevations where appropriate, there were always plans showing the extent of the site and land adjacent. These plans were drawn on a large scale and show the plots of land near the proposed works marked with a number referring to the list of owners. Sometimes only the immediate neighbourhood was shown, but some plans cover a fairly large area. The list of owners gives the reference numbers of the properties on the plan, names of the owners, names of the occupiers (chief leaseholders) and a description of the property, such as 'arable field', 'private road', (the description does not always appear in the earlier ones).
The plans are of proposed schemes only and were deposited prior to the authorising act. Not all the schemes were carried out, nor did those that were, necessarily follow the form of the original deposited plans. Altered plans or plans of extensions of a scheme might be deposited in succeeding years but there was no provision for the deposit of a final plan in the authorising act.
A standing order of the House of Lords in 1843 required the deposit of a sealed duplicate copy. These do not survive as a series in County Durham but second copies exist of many plans.
An Act of 1845 required copies of the act authorising each scheme to be deposited but these too are not now with the Quarter Sessions records. Plans relating to North Durham, that is Islandshire, Norham and Bedlington were deposited with the Clerk of the Peace of the County of Durham until 1844.
When schemes overlapped county boundaries, plans were deposited in both counties.

[no title]  Q/D/P/1  30 September 1796

Contents:
Canal from Hexham to Stella via Dilston, Riding Mill, Stocksfield, Prudhoe and Ryton with branch up Stocksfield Burn
(original number 322a)

[no title]  Q/D/P/2a  1809

Contents:
Durham to Tyne Bridge Turnpike Road Proposed alterations by William Fryer, surveyor (with book of reference)
(original number 38a)

[no title]  Q/D/P/2b  1818

Contents:
Tramroad from West Auckland Collieries to Stockton via Darlington (plan shows West Auckland to Darlington only)
(original number 38a)

[no title]  Q/D/P/3  1818 - 1819

Contents:
Canal and railway, Stockton to Darlington with canal sections
(original number 38b)

[no title]  Q/D/P/4  1819

Contents:
Railway from Stockton to West Auckland
(original number 38c)

[no title]  Q/D/P/5a-b  30 September 1819

Contents:
Stockton and Darlington Railway (with branches) by George Overton, engineer, and David Davies, [5b is sectional plan]
(original number 36)

[no title]  Q/D/P/6  30 September 1819

Contents:
Railway from Stockton to Evenwood Bridge via Rushyford with branch to Tudhoe by George Leather of Bradford
(original number 95)

[no title]  Q/D/P/7  30 September 1820

Contents:
Stockton and Darlington Railway by George Overton, engineer, and David Davies, surveyor
(original number 80)

[no title]  Q/D/P/8  1822

Contents:
Stockton and Darlington Railway by George Stephenson
(original number 81)

[no title]  Q/D/P/9  27 September 1823

Contents:
Railway from Stockton to Witton Park Colliery (with branches) by Robert Stephenson, engineer, and J. Dixon, surveyor
(original number 40)

[no title]  Q/D/P/10  27 September 1823

Contents:
Bishopwearmouth to Chester-le-Street turnpike road by John Bell
(original number 15)

[no title]  Q/D/P/11  29 September 1823

Contents:
Turnpike roads from:
(i) Carleton near Penrith to Fourstones via Alston and Haydon Bridge
(ii) Bellingham to Fourstones
(iii) Brampton to Burtree Ford near Cowshill via Slaggyford and Alston
(iv) Alston to Egglestone via Middleton-in-Teesdale and Cotherstone
all by John Lauden McAdam, engineer, and T. Fenwick and J. Dickinson, surveyors
(original number 93)

[no title]  Q/D/P/12  30 September 1823

Contents:
South Shields to Chester-le-Street turnpike road via West Boldon and Washington to Great North Road near Vigo
(original number 89)

[no title]  Q/D/P/13  30 November 1843

Contents:
Newcastle and Darlington Junction Railway: Gateshead Station by Thomas Harrison (2 copies)
(original number 135)

[no title]  Q/D/P/14  1 March 1824

Contents:
Railway from Haverton Hill to Willington via Shotton, Mainsforth, Tursdale, Sunderland Bridge by George Leather of Bradford
(original number 8)

[no title]  Q/D/P/15  30 November 1824

Contents:
Railway from Haverton Hill to Willington via Thorpe Thewles, Shotton, Mordon then as in Q/D/P 14 by George Leather
(original number 11)

[no title]  Q/D/P/16  30 November 1824

Contents:
Turnpike road from South Shields to Great North Road at Vigo Lane via White Mare Pool by John Bell
(original number 21)

[no title]  Q/D/P/17  29 November 1825

Contents:
Iron railway from Newcastle to Carlisle by Benjamin Thompson
(original number 13)

[no title]  Q/D/P/18  29 November 1825

Contents:
North and South Shields Suspension Bridge (book of reference missing)
(original number 6)

[no title]  Q/D/P/19  29 November 1825

Contents:
Portrack Cut, proposed by Henry Habberly Price and Surveyed by William Edgeworth
(original number 16)

[no title]  Q/D/P/20  29 November 1825

Contents:
Cowshill turnpike road to Branch End on Hexham - Alston road, with branch to Coalcleugh by John Bell
(original number 19)

[no title]  Q/D/P/21  30 November 1825

Contents:
South Shields and White Mare Pool turnpike with extension to the Durham - Newcastle road
(original number 20)

[no title]  Q/D/P/22  30 November 1825

Contents:
Crathorne to Gateshead turnpike road via Stockton, Castle Eden, Hetton-le-Hole, Houghton-le-Spring, Washington by Edward Grace
(original number 28)

[no title]  Q/D/P/23  14 February 1826

Contents:
Haggerston to Alnwick turnpike road via Holburn, Chatton and Eglingham by Nicholas Weatherly (2 copies)
(original number 99)

[no title]  Q/D/P/24  28 November 1827

Contents:
Tees ship canal by Henry Habberley Price, engineer, and William Edgeworth, surveyor
(original number 77)

[no title]  Q/D/P/25  1827

Contents:
Branches of Stockton and Darlington Railway way (to Middlesbrough and Cargo Fleet) showing elevation of Tees Bridge and docks at Marske, by Thomas Storey, engineer, and Richard Oyley, surveyor
(original number 41)

[no title]  Q/D/P/26  1827

Contents:
Clarence Railway, Haverton Hill to Simpasture
(original number 83)

[no title]  Q/D/P/27  30 June 1828

Contents:
Improvements to Rivers below Stockton Bridge (Portrack) by Henry H. Price (reference book missing)
(original number 62)

[no title]  Q/D/P/28  25 November 1828

Contents:
Roads between Berwick and Belford showing deviations between Mount Healey and Belford, by John Blackadder
(original number 7)

[no title]  Q/D/P/29  28 November 1828

Contents:
Scotswood Bridge and approach roads from Newcastle to Blaydon by E. Grace
(original number 34)

[no title]  Q/D/P/30  28 November 1828

Contents:
South Shields Steam Ferry, by Andrew Stoddart, surveyor
(original number 58)

[no title]  Q/D/P/31  28 November 1828

Contents:
Newcastle - Carlisle Railway
(original number 73)

[no title]  Q/D/P/32  29 November 1828

Contents:
Staindrop to Greta Bridge turnpike road via Whorlton (with branches) by Samuel Rowlandson, surveyor
(original number 44)

[no title]  Q/D/P/33  1828

Contents:
Clarence Railway from Haverton Hill to Durham, Sherburn, Byers Green and St. Helen's Auckland with bridge elevation by Edward Steel, with book of reference
(original number 84)

[no title]  Q/D/P/34  30 November 1829

Contents:
Stockton and Darlington Railway, Middlesbrough Branch
(original number 59)

[no title]  Q/D/P/35  25 October 1830

Contents:
Durham - Shotley Bridge turnpike road
(original number 33)

[no title]  Q/D/P/36  25 November 1830

Contents:
Turnpike roads from various places in North Riding to Blackwell with elevation of bridge
(original number 60)

[no title]  Q/D/P/37  29 November 1830

Contents:
Timber bridge over Tees diversion near Darlington by W. Brooks
(original number 101)

[no title]  Q/D/P/38  30 November 1830

Contents:
Blaydon to South Shields Railway by John Bell, surveyor
(original number 43)

[no title]  Q/D/P/39  22 November 1831

Contents:
Boroughbridge and Durham City turnpike road improvements by Robert Nicholson
(original number 72)

[no title]  Q/D/P/40  30 November 1831

Contents:
Hartlepool Railway and proposed harbour extensions and improvements by J. Bell
(original number 79)

[no title]  Q/D/P/41  30 November 1831

Contents:
South Shields to Monkwearmouth Railway via Fulwell and Cleadon by F. Giles, engineer, end T.O. Blackett, engineer. Inset of South Shields, also line from Sunderland harbour to Low Barnes
(original number 97)

[no title]  Q/D/P/42  30 November 1831

Contents:
Bishopwearmouth to Norton turnpike road, by J.T.W. Bell
(original number 9)

[no title]  Q/D/P/43  30 November 1831

Contents:
Monkwearmouth wet dock by I.K. Brunel, engineer, and John Bell, surveyor
(original number 22)

[no title]  Q/D/P/44  30 November 1831

Contents:
Friar's Goose to Gateshead and Blaydon Railway (with enlarged plan of Gateshead) by Joshua Richardson
(original number 26)

[no title]  Q/D/P/45  1831

Contents:
Clarence Railway additional branches from Haverton Hill to Simpasture near Eldon and Durham by Edward Steel, engineer
(original number 37)

[no title]  Q/D/P/46  30 November 1832

Contents:
Sunderland Docks by G. Rennie and J. Walker
(original number 98)

[no title]  Q/D/P/47  30 November 1832

Contents:
Shotley Bridge to Derwent Bridge road projected by L. Pearson, surveyed by T. Sopwith
(original number 10)

[no title]  Q/D/P/48  1832

Contents:
Clarence Railway, Branches to Etherley, St. Helen's Auckland, Byers Green, Chilton by Edward Steel
(original number 87)

[no title]  Q/D/P/49  28 November 1833

Contents:
Ford and Lowick turnpike road
(original number 75)

[no title]  Q/D/P/50  28 November 1833

Contents:
Stockton and Darlington Railway from Egglescliffe to Stokesley (with elevation of trestle bridge over Tees) by Thomas Storey
(original number 24)

[no title]  Q/D/P/51  29 November 1833

Contents:
Newcastle Subscription Water Co. Works in Newcastle and Gateshead, by Joshua Richardson, engineer, and W.E. Gillespie, surveyor
(original number 50)

[no title]  Q/D/P/52  29 November 1853

Contents:
Clarence Railway extensions, amendments etc. City of Durham, Etherley and St. Helen's Auckland branches, by Thomas King
(original number 82)

[no title]  Q/D/P/53  30 November 1833

Contents:
Blaydon, Gateshead and Hebburn railway (including plan of Gateshead) by J. Blackmore, engineer, and T. Sopwith, surveyor
(original number 23)

[no title]  Q/D/P/54  30 November 1833

Contents:
Durham and Sunderland Railway (with enlarged plan of port of Sunderland) by Thomas E. Forster and John Grace
(original number 30)

[no title]  Q/D/P/55  30 November 1833

Contents:
City of Durham Branch Railway from Hartlepool via Castle Eden to Durham
(original number 78)

[no title]  Q/D/P/56  30 November 1833

Contents:
South Shields to Heworth Railway by T. King, Surveyor
(original number 69)

[no title]  Q/D/P/57  30 November 1833

Contents:
Durham Junction Railway from the Stanhope and Tyne Railway at Usworth to Moorsley by Thomas Harrison, engineer, and Thomas Sopwith, surveyor
(original number 27)

[no title]  Q/D/P/58  28 November 1834

Contents:
Ford and Lowick turnpike road
(original number 57)

[no title]  Q/D/P/59  1834

Contents:
Railway from Blaydon to Spittal, Newcastle by John Blackmore, engineer, and Thomas Sopwith, surveyor
(original number 96)

[no title]  Q/D/P/60  28 November 1835

Contents:
Frosterley to Middleton-in-Teesdale turnpike road (with branch to Egglestone) surveyed by D. W. Rome
(original number 35)

[no title]  Q/D/P/61  30 November 1835

Contents:
Durham South West Junction Railway from the Chilton Branch Railway (Merrington) to the Stockton and Darlington Railway (Haggerleazes Branch, St. Helen's Auckland) with branch to Pollards Lands
(original number 5)

[no title]  Q/D/P/62  30 November 1835

Contents:
Blaydon, Gateshead and Hebburn Railway (Brandling Junction) from the River Team near Redheugh to Monkwearmouth via Gateshead, by Thomas Eliot Harrison, engineer, and William Scott, surveyor
(original number 18)

[no title]  Q/D/P/63  30 November 1835

Contents:
Tramroad from Croft to Redheugh via Darlington, Brafferton, Mainsforth, Shincliffe, Durham, Chester-le-Street, by Thomas Storey, engineer, and Richard Otely and Thomas Sopwith, surveyors
(original number 32)

[no title]  Q/D/P/64  30 November 1835

Contents:
Monkwearmouth Dock by John Taylor
(original number 42)

[no title]  Q/D/P/65  30 November 1835

Contents:
South Durham Railway from Frosterley to Wingate
(original number 47)

[no title]  Q/D/P/66  30 November 1835

Contents:
Morpeth to North Shields railway with branches from Cramlington to Newcastle
(original number 94)

[no title]  Q/D/P/67  30 November 1835

Contents:
Stokesley to Stockton Railway with bridge elevation by Thomas King
(original number 76)

[no title]  Q/D/P/68  1835

Contents:
Elswick Bridge (Gateshead to Elswick) plan and section by Robert Nicholson
(original number 102)

[no title]  Q/D/P/69  17 October 1836

Contents:
Scarborough Harbour improvements by G. and J. Rennie
(original number 61)

[no title]  Q/D/P/70  29 November 1836

Contents:
Road from Eccles to St. Boswell's
(original number 45)

[no title]  Q/D/P/71  30 November 1836

Contents:
Great North of England Clarence and Hartlepool Junction Railway (from Hedshope to Merrington) by S. Robinson
(original number 4)

[no title]  Q/D/P/72  30 November 1836

Contents:
West Durham Railway and branches, from Merrington to St. Helen's Auckland
(original number 14)

[no title]  Q/D/P/73  30 November 1856

Contents:
Whitwell and Quarrington branch and Brandon and Western branch of the Durham and Sunderland Railway by Thomas E. Forster, engineer, and Benjamin Dodd & Robert Rob son, surveyors
(original number 31)

[no title]  Q/D/P/74  30 November 1836

Contents:
New South Durham Railway from Frosterley to Old Park
(original number 46)

[no title]  Q/D/P/75  30 November 1836

Contents:
Great North of England Railway from Newcastle to Tees and from Hurworth to York with sections by Thomas Storey, engineer
(original number 85)

[no title]  Q/D/P/76  30 November 1836

Contents:
Railway from Stockton and Darlington Railway at East Thickley to Frosterley via Bishop Auckland with branch Crook, by Thomas Storey, engineer, and Richard Otley, surveyor
(original number 29)

[no title]  Q/D/P/77  30 November 1836

Contents:
Union Railway linking Clarence Railway and Hartlepool Harbour, with branch to Seaton Carew
(original number 2)

[no title]  Q/D/P/78  30 November 1836

Contents:
Durham Junction Railway from Houghton-le-Spring - to Gilesgate (showing Durham City in detail) by William Scott
(original number 17)

[no title]  Q/D/P/79  1836

Contents:
Hartlepool Pier and Port Improvements
(original number 1)

[no title]  Q/D/P/80  25 February 1837

Contents:
Clarence and Hartlepool Union Railway from Billingham to Hartlepool Harbour and cut linking Slake Pier and the Harbour
(original number 90)

[no title]  Q/D/P/81  1 March 1857

Contents:
Morpeth to North Shields Railway by Robert Nicholson and John Bourne, surveyors
(original number 63)

[no title]  Q/D/P/82  1 March 1837

Contents:
Railway from Gateshead to Newcastle (Marlborough Street) with plan and elevation of bridge, by Thomas Storey
(original number 12)

[no title]  Q/D/P/83  1 March 1837

Contents:
Great North of England Railway Deviations at Gateshead and Chester-le-Street, and branch to Thirsk with remainder of line in skeleton by Thomas Storey
(original number 86)

[no title]  Q/D/P/84  29 November 1837

Contents:
Clarence and Hartlepool Union Railway from Billingham to Hartlepool Harbour and cut linking Slake Pier and the Harbour
(original number 91)

[no title]  Q/D/P/85  30 November 1837

Contents:
Bridge between Ladykirk and Norham, by Robert Stevenson (2 copies of plan and reference)
(original number 25)

[no title]  Q/D/P/86  30 November 1857

Contents:
Tyne Dock, Jarrow, by Thomas Harrison engineer and W.L. Woods, surveyor (2 copies)
(original number 54)

[no title]  Q/D/P/87  30 November 1837

Contents:
Gateshead to Greencourt Railway by John Bourne (2 copies)
(original number 64)

[no title]  Q/D/P/88  30 November 1837

Contents:
West Durham Railway from Byers Green branch of Clarence Railway to Billy Row, by James Wood, engineer (2 copies)
(original number 68)

[no title]  Q/D/P/89  1 March 1838

Contents:
Clarence and Hartlepool Union Railway from Clarence Railway to Hartlepool, showing docks
(original number 3)

[no title]  Q/D/P/90  1 March 1838

Contents:
Northern Union Railway from Ferryhill to Newcastle (reference book missing)
(original number 56)

[no title]  Q/D/P/91  31 May 1838

Contents:
West Durham Railway from Byers Green branch of Clarence Railway to Billy Row, by James Wood, engineer (5 copies)
(original number 66)

[no title]  Q/D/P/92  29 November 1838

Contents:
West Durham Railway from Byers Green branch of Clarence Railway to Billy Row, by James Wood, engineer (2 copies)
(original number 67)

[no title]  Q/D/P/93  30 November 1838

Contents:
South Shields, Tyne Steam Ferry stations and approaches by John Dobson, architect, and Robert Wilson, engineer
(original number 51)

[no title]  Q/D/P/94  30 November 1838

Contents:
Plans and sections (duplicates) Hartlepool Harbour improvements by Geo. Leather, Leeds
(original number 49)

[no title]  Q/D/P/95  30 November 1838

Contents:
Tyne Dock, Jarrow, by Thomas Harrison engineer, and W. L. Woods, surveyor (2 copies)
(original number 52)

[no title]  Q/D/P/96  1 March 1839

Contents:
Plan and section of Stockton and Hartlepool Railway (from Billingham and Stranton) by George Leather, Leeds
(original number 48)

[no title]  Q/D/P/97  1 March 1839

Contents:
Plan and section of Northern Union Railway from Ferryhill to Newcastle (with branch to Durham, by Thomas Harrison & Nicholas Woods, engineers and J. Bourne & W. L. Woods, surveyors)
(2 copies)
(original number 55)

[no title]  Q/D/P/98  1 March 1839

Contents:
West Durham Railway from the Byers Green branch of the Clarence Railway to near Billy Row by James Wood, engineer
(original number 107)

[no title]  Q/D/P/99  1 March 1839

Contents:
Great North British Railway, Newcastle to Edinburgh by George & Robert Stephenson, Grainger & Miller, engineers (2 copies)
(original number 103)

[no title]  Q/D/P/100  18/20 May 1839

Contents:
Tyne Dock, Jarrow, by W. L. Woods, surveyor (with plan of lands over which Tyne Dock Co. may exercise wayleave)
(original number 53)

[no title]  Q/D/P/101  7 September 1839

Contents:
Tyne Dock, Jarrow, by William L. Woods, surveyor
(original number 104)

[no title]  Q/D/P/102  30 November 1839

Contents:
High Level Bridge across Tyne from Gateshead to Newcastle by E. & B. Green, engineers and J. Bourne, surveyor (2 copies)
(original number 105)

[no title]  Q/D/P/103  30 November 1839

Contents:
Newcastle and Gateshead Joint Stock Water Co. pipes, conduits, and reservoirs from the River Port across the Town Moor (2 copies)
(original number 106)

[no title]  Q/D/P/104  29 February 1840

Contents:
Northern Union Railway (plan and sections) from Gateshead to Ferryhill via Washington and Pittington with branch to Durham by Nicholas Wood and Thomas E. Harrison, engineers, and J. Bourne and W.L. Woods, surveyors (2 copies)
(original number 108)

[no title]  Q/D/P/105  29 February 1840

Contents:
North Junction Railway from Darlington to Gateshead via Kelloe and Boldon (part in skeleton only)
(2 copies)
(original number 109)

[no title]  Q/D/P/106  29 February 1840

Contents:
North Junction Railway from Mordon to Darlington by W. A. Brooks (2 copies)
(original number 110)

[no title]  Q/D/P/107  29 February 1840

Contents:
North Junction Railway from Kelloe to Chilton in East Rainton via Leamside by W. A. Brooks (2 copies of plan, reference books missing)
(original number 111)

[no title]  Q/D/P/108  29 February 1840

Contents:
Stockton and Hartlepool (plan and section) from the Clarence Railway at Billingham via Cowpen Bewley, Thornetree Tofts, New Stranton to Hartlepool Harbour by George Leather, Leeds (2 copies)
(original number 112)

[no title]  Q/D/P/109  30 November 1840

Contents:
Newcastle Subscription Water Co. Plan and section of proposed conduits, pipes etc. from Ryton Island to Newcastle by Andrew Oliver
(original number 113)

[no title]  Q/D/P/110  1841

Contents:
Stockton and Hartlepool (plan and section) from the Clarence Railway at Billingham via Cowpen, Thornetree Tofts, New Stranton to Hartlepool Harbour by George Leather, Leeds (2 copies), 1 March 1841 With plan of Hartlepool, by J.T.W. Bell
(original number 114)

[no title]  Q/D/P/111  1 March 1841

Contents:
Northern Union Railway (plan and section) from Chilton in East Rainton to near Shincliffe with branch to Durham by Nicholas and Thomas Harrison, engineers, and W. L. Woods, surveyor (2 copies; reference books missing)
(original number 115)

[no title or date]  Q/D/P/112

[no title]  Q/D/P/112  30 November 1841

Contents:
Northern Union Railway or Newcastle and Darlington Junction Railway, Line as in Q/D/P 110
(original number 116)

[no title]  Q/D/P/113  30 November 1841

Contents:
High Level Bridge across Tyne from Gateshead to Newcastle by E. & B. Green, engineers, and J. Bourne, surveyor (2 copies)
(original number 117)

[no title]  Q/D/P/114  1 March 1842

Contents:
Weardale Extension Railway, from Crook to Bridge End, Frosterley, via Wolsingham by William Lax
(original number 118)

[no title]  Q/D/P/115  1 March 1842

Contents:
Railway to connect Great North of England with Clarence and Durham Junction rail ways from Brafferton to Mordon via Preston-le-skerne and from near Haugh Hall to Chilton in East Rainton via Broomside
(original number 119)

[no title]  Q/D/P/116  1 March 1842

Contents:
Great North of England Railway, Deviations between Shincliffe Grange and Thinford, Chilton and Heworth, and through Great Aycliffe, by Thomas Harrison, engineer (2 copies)
(original number 120)

[no title]  Q/D/P/117  1 March 1842

Contents:
Great North of England Clarence and Hartlepool Junction Railway from Hedshope in Castle Eden to Cornforth (2 copies)
(original number 121)

[no title or date]  Q/D/P/118

Contents:
Railway from City of Durham branch of Clarence Railway near Nunstainton, Woodham, to the Stockton and Darlington railway at Woodhouse Farm at Great Aycliffe by John Harris, engineer, and T. Dixon, surveyor (2 copies)
(original number 122)

[no title]  Q/D/P/119  1 March 1842

Contents:
Railway from Great North of England Railway at Coldsides, Woodham, to S.D.R. at Wood House Farm at Great Aycliffe by John Harris, engineer, and Thomas Dixon, surveyor (2 copies)
(original number 123)

[no title]  Q/D/P/120  30 November 1842

Contents:
Weardale Extension Railway, from Crook to Bridge End, Frosterley, via Wolsingham by Thomas Storey (2 copies)
(original number 124)

[no title]  Q/D/P/121  30 November 1842

Contents:
Great North of England Railway, Deviations between Shincliffe Grange and Thinford, Chilton and Heworth, and through Great Aycliffe, by Thomas Harrison, engineer
(original number 125)

[no title]  Q/D/P/122  30 November 1842

Contents:
Railway from City of Durham branch of Clarence Railway near Nunstainton, Woodham, to the Stockton and Darlington railway at Wood House Farm at Great Aycliffe by John Harris, engineer, and T. Dixon, surveyor
(original number 126)

[no title]  Q/D/P/123  30 November 1842

Contents:
River Wear from Thornhill Quay to the Ham Sands Sunderland, with new docks by John Murray, engineer and John Bell surveyor (With survey of River Wear from Biddick Ford to Sunderland with longitudinal sections by John Rennie and Francis Giles published in 1826) (2 copies)
(original number 127)

[no title]  Q/D/P/124  30 November 1842

Contents:
Great North of England, Clarence and Hartlepool Junction Railway, as in Q/D/P 121 (2 copies)
(original number 128)

[no title]  Q/D/P/125  30 November 1842

Contents:
Hartlepool West Dock and Railway with section by George Leather and Son
(original number 129)

[no title]  Q/D/P/126  30 November 1842

Contents:
Duplicates (2) of Q/D/P 130
(original number 130)

[no title]  Q/D/P/127  27 May 1843

Contents:
Great North of England, Clarence and Hartlepool Junction Railway, Junction with Clarence Railway only
(original number 131)

[no title]  Q/D/P/128  31 May 1843

Contents:
Duplicate of Q/D/P 127
(original number 132)

[no title]  Q/D/P/129  30 November 1843

Contents:
Spittal and Tweedmouth Railway by C.W. Blackadder showing boundaries of salmon fisheries (2 copies)
(original number 134)

[no title]  Q/D/P/130  30 November 1843

Contents:
Hartlepool West Harbour by James Simpson and John Fowler
(original number 136)

[no title]  Q/D/P/131  30 November 1843

Contents:
Pontop and South Shields Railway, from Brockley Whins Junction in Monkwearmouth to Station House at Usworth via Boldon by Thomas Harrison (2 copies)
(original number 137)

[no title]  Q/D/P/132  30 November 1843

Contents:
High Level Bridge from Gateshead to Newcastle with section by John and Benjamin Green, engineers and J. Bourke, surveyor (2 copies)
(original number 138)

[no title]  Q/D/P/133  30 November 1843

Contents:
Railway from Brandling Junction Railway in Gateshead to Neville Street, Newcastle by John Dobson (2 copies)
(original number 139)

[no title]  Q/D/P/134  30 November 1843

Contents:
Bridge from Gateshead to Newcastle by Richard Grainger, including plan of Castle and County Courts
(original number 140)

[no title]  Q/D/P/135  28 November 1844

Contents:
Durham and Sunderland Railway, Line and branches with new branches and extension to Bishop Auckland to be called the Sunderland, Durham and Auckland Union Railway via Ryhope and Pittington with separate plan of Sunderland Waterside by John Blenkinsopp (2 copies)
(original number 141)

[no title]  Q/D/P/136  30 November 1844

Contents:
Great North of England Clarence and Hartlepool Junction Railway showing junctions near Ferryhill
(original number 142)

[no title]  Q/D/P/137  30 November 1844

Contents:
Tyne Dock, Jarrow (2 copies)
(original number 143)

[no title]  Q/D/P/138  30 November 1844

Contents:
Newcastle and Berwick Railway with Kelso, Alnwick and Blyth branches (2 copies)
(original number 144)

[no title]  Q/D/P/139  30 November 1844

Contents:
Brandling Junction Railway from Tanfield Moor Colliery (showing Causey) to South Shields and Monkwearmouth via Lobley Hill, Gateshead, and Pelaw with a branch to Pontop and South Shields Railway at Washington, Enlarged plans of South Shields, Monkwearmouth and from Gateshead Station to Newcastle Town Moor (2 copies)
(original number 145)

[no title]  Q/D/P/140  30 November 1844

Contents:
Northumberland Railway from Newcastle to Berwick on Tweed with branches to Brandling Junction Railway and Morpeth and Kelso (2 copies)
(original number 146)

[no title]  Q/D/P/141  30 November 1844

Contents:
Works for Newcastle and Gateshead Water Co. with water from springs at Dunston Haughs, the Tyne at Ryton Island, the Pont at Dissington and Whittle Burn at Ovingham, includes survey plan of Newcastle (2 plans)
(original number 146a)

[no title]  Q/D/P/142  30 November 1844

Contents:
Spittal and Tweedmouth Railway from Scremerston New Winning to Tweedmouth by Martin Johnson and Fox (2 copies)
(original number 147)

[no title]  Q/D/P/143  30 November 1844

Contents:
Newcastle Subscription Water Company Extension and alterations by John Bourne from Shield Hill, Gateshead, to Newcastle. from Carr's Hill Reservoir to Leam Lane; and from Ryton Island to Elswick; from Elswick to Newburn. Plans and sections
(original number 148)

[no title]  Q/D/P/144  30 November 1844

Contents:
Hartlepool Clarence and Auckland Junction Railway, from the Chilton Branch of the Clarence Railway to South Church by Simpson and Lynd, engineers, plans and sections, plan of junction at Ferryhill (2 copies)
(original number 149)

[no title]  Q/D/P/145  30 November 1844

Contents:
Wear Valley Railway from Bishop Auckland and Weardale Railway via Witton-le-Wear, Harperley and Wolsingham with Branch to Bishopley by John Dixon, engineer (2 copies)
(original number 150)
(8 and 9 Victoria, c. clii)

[no title]  Q/D/P/146  15 April 1845

Contents:
Sunderland Durham and Auckland Union Railway Branch from Shincliffe to Paradise Gardens, Durham (2 copies)
(original number 153)

[no title]  Q/D/P/147  28 November 1845

Contents:
Newcastle and Leeds Direct Railway showing line from Wath to St. Andrew Auckland via Staindrop by Thomas Storey (2 plans, 1 book of reference)
(original number 154)

[no title]  Q/D/P/148  28 November 1845

Contents:
Wear Valley Extension Railway, from Frosterley to Moss Hill End, Farlam (Cumberland) via Westgate, Nenthead, Alston, Slaggyford and Hollin's Rig, with branch to Allendale by John Dixon of Darlington (2 copies)
(original number 155)

[no title]  Q/D/P/149  28 November 1845

Contents:
Darlington and Hartlepool Railway from the Clarence Railway near Norton to the Newcastle and Darlington Railway near Haughton-le-Skerne by W. A. Brooks (2 copies)
(original number 156)

[no title]  Q/D/P/150  29 November 1845

Contents:
Hartlepool Waterworks, Reservoirs and aqueducts from Hartlepool to the Hart Burn near Throston (2 copies)
(original number 157)

[no title]  Q/D/P/151  29 November 1845

Contents:
Sunderland Waterworks, Reservoirs and aqueducts from Tunstall, Fulwell, Ford to Sunderland
(original number 158)

[no title]  Q/D/P/152  29 November 1845

Contents:
Wear Dock and Railway (including plan of Sunderland) from Sunderland to Framwellgate Durham, with branches to Houghton-le-Spring, Hetton and Penshaw (includes street plan of Sunderland) by Thomas Storey (2 copies)
(original number 159)

[no title]  Q/D/P/153  29 November 1845

Contents:
Jarrow Slake Dock and Railways (2 copies)
(original number 160)

[no title]  Q/D/P/154  29 November 1845

Contents:
York and Carlisle Railway by James Randal and John Harris from Northallerton via Catterick Gilling, Bowes, Brough to Lowther on the Lancaster Carlisle Railway with branches to Tebay and branch via Gainford to Bishop Auckland (2 copies)
(original number 161)

[no title]  Q/D/P/155  29 November 1845

Contents:
Leeds and Thirsk Railway, North Eastern extension from Wath via Northallerton, Yarm to Hartlepool by Thomas Grainger, engineer, and John Bourne, surveyor (2 copies)
(original number 162)

[no title]  Q/D/P/156  29 November 1845

Contents:
Sunderland Wet Dock and tide basins with outlet to Hendon Bay, with soundings, by Robert Stephenson and John Murray (2 copies)
(original number 163)

[no title]  Q/D/P/157  29 November 1845

Contents:
Newcastle and Darlington Junction Railway, Branch from Penshaw to Sunderland, Fencehouses to Hetton-le-Hole, Pittington to Durham, to Bishop Auckland via Brancepeth and Willington (with enlarged plan of Sunderland (3 copies)
(original number 164)

[no title]  Q/D/P/158  30 November 1845

Contents:
Northumberland and Lancashire Junction Rail way from Neville Street Newcastle via Chester-le-Street, Durham, Bishop Auckland, Cockfield, Gainford, Bowes, Kirkby Stephen, with branch from Ferryhill to Auckland via Chilton, by Thomas Storey (2 copies)
(original number 165)

[no title]  Q/D/P/159  30 November 1845

Contents:
Lancashire, Weardale and Hartlepool Union Railway from Ferryhill to Bishop Auckland (2 copies)
(original number 166)

[no title]  Q/D/P/160  30 November 1845

Contents:
Newcastle, Durham and Hartlepool Union Railway from Castle Eden to Whitwell House via Cassop (2 copies)
(original number 167)

[no title]  Q/D/P/161  30 November 1845

Contents:
Leeds and Newcastle Railway, from Leeds and Thirsk Railway at Wath to Bishop Auckland via Bedale, Barton on Swale, Piercebridge and Summerhouse by Henry Whitwell
(original number 168)

[no title]  Q/D/P/162  1 December 1845

Contents:
Stockton, Northallerton and Leeds Railway from Northallerton to Stockton by Charles Vignoles and James Murphy; and Stockton Wet Dock and New Cut by W. A. Brooks (showing part of Stockton)
(original number 169)

[no title]  Q/D/P/163  30 November 1846

Contents:
Railway from Gateshead to the Clarence Railway near Ferryhill via Chester-le-Street, Durham, Croxdale (with enlarged plan of Durham) by Thomas Grainger and John Bourne, engineer, and location plan of William Colling Hobson's map of Durham, 1846 (2 copies)
(original number 170)

[no title]  Q/D/P/164  30 November 1846

Contents:
Railway from the S. and D.R. at Egglescliffe to the Clarence Railway (with separate plan of new junction at Egglescliffe) near Stillington by Thomas Grainger and John Bourne, and location plan on William Colling Hobson's Map of Durham, 1846 (2 copies)
(original number 171)

[no title]  Q/D/P/165  30 November 1846

Contents:
York and Newcastle Railway, Team Valley Extension, Gateshead, Birtley, Chester-le-Street, Brasside with branch to Bishop Auckland via Durham; and location plan on William Colling Hobson's map of Durham, 1846
(original number 172)

[no title]  Q/D/P/166  30 November 1846

Contents:
York and Newcastle Railway, Branches to Pelaw, Tyne Dock, Hartlepool, Thrislington, Easingwold, Thirsk, Malton, Bedale; and location plans of Yorkshire and Durham (2 copies)
(original number 173)

[no title]  Q/D/P/167  30 November 1846

Contents:
York and Newcastle Railway, Wearmouth Dock enlargement, 30 November 1846
(original number 174)

[no title]  Q/D/P/168  30 November 1846

Contents:
Hartlepool and Stockton Junction Railway from Hart Warren to the Stockton and Hartlepool Railway at New Stranton, by Simpson and Lynde, engineers; with location plan (2 copies)
(original number 175)

[no title]  Q/D/P/169  30 November 1846

Contents:
Hartlepool West Harbour and Dock, extension by Simpson and Lynde (2 copies)
(original number 176)

[no title]  Q/D/P/170  30 November 1846

Contents:
Tyne Dock, Jarrow
(original number 177)

[no title]  Q/D/P/171  29 November 1847

Contents:
West Hartlepool Railway, from Hartlepool and Hart Warren to West Hartlepool (with location plans of Durham by Cary, 1832)
(2 copies)
(original number 178)

[no title]  Q/D/P/172  30 November 1847

Contents:
Leeds and Hartlepool Railway, Alterations, principally Egglescliffe Junction, by Grainger and Bourne
(original number 179)

[no title]  Q/D/P/173  1 December 1845

Contents:
York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway Durham Line from near Thinford Lane, Ferryhill via Sunderland Bridge to proposed Bishop Auckland branch near Langley Mills (2 copies)
(original number 180)

[no title]  Q/D/P/174  1 December 1845

Contents:
Northern Counties Union Railway, Auckland and Tebay deviation from Barnard Castle via Bowes (Yorkshire), Bleathgill, Newbiggin to Wath (all in Westmorland). Birket deviation (Westmorland) by Hamilton H. Fulton, engineer (2 copies)
(original number 181)

[no title]  Q/D/P/175  30 November 1847

Contents:
Tyne Direct Ferry Company, Between Jarrow and Whitehill Point, Jarrow and New Quay, South Shields, and between Jarrow and Willington Quay with enlarged plans of all stations by Robert Nicholson and Thomas Fenwick (2 copies)
(original number 182)

[no title]  Q/D/P/176  29 November 1848

Contents:
Stockton and Darlington Railway, Alterations near Yarm station and Hartburn by John Dixon, engineer, (and location plan) (2 copies)1848
(original number 183)

[no title]  Q/D/P/177  30 November 1848

Contents:
North Shields Quays, by Robert Nicholson (2 copies)
(original number 184)

[no title]  Q/D/P/178  30 November 1848

Contents:
Darlington Gas and Water Works, Aqueduct from River Tees near Darlington (with plan of Darlington) to Bondgate, Darlington, by Hawksley and G. Mason (2 copies)
(original number 185)

[no title]  Q/D/P/179  30 November 1848

Contents:
Hartlepool Gas and Water Works, Seaton Carew, New Stranton, West Hartlepool by James Simpson, engineer (3 copies)
(original number 186)

[no title]  Q/D/P/180  30 November 1849

Contents:
York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway from Birtley Dene to junction with Bishop Auckland and Weardale Railway Location plan and sections only (2 copies)
(original number 187)

[no title]  Q/D/P/181  30 November 1849

Contents:
Tyne Navigation, Improvements on River between Hedwin Streams and Spa Hawk (2 copies)
(original number 188)

[no title]  Q/D/P/182  30 November 1849

Contents:
Hartlepool West Harbour and Docks by James Simpson (2 copies), 30
(original number 189)

[no title]  Q/D/P/183  29 November 1850

Contents:
Stockton and Darlington Railway, from Black Boy Branch at Auckland to Coundon and Westerton Colliery by John Dixon (with location on sheet 43 of Crutchley's Map of England)
(original number 190)

[no title]  Q/D/P/184  29 November 1850

Contents:
York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway, Branch to West Durham Railway from Byers Green Colliery to near East Howle via Whitworth (with location plan)
(original number 191)

[no title]  Q/D/P/185  29 November 1850

Contents:
York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway, Bishop Auckland Branch, substitution of new line from Wear Valley Railway at Bishop Auckland to Birtley (2 copies)
(original number 192)

[no title]  Q/D/P/186  30 November 1850

Contents:
Stockton, Middlesbrough and Yarm Waterworks, Aqueduct from Middlesbrough Station to Darlington via Stockton, Urlay Nook, Fighting Cocks and branch to Yarm (2 copies)
(original number 193)

[no title]  Q/D/P/187  30 November 1850

Contents:
Hartlepool Pier and Ferry across Harbour (2 copies)
(original number 194)

[no title]  Q/D/P/188  28 November 1851

Contents:
Tyne Improvement showing river from Wallsend to White Hill Point (2 copies)
(original number 195)

[no title]  Q/D/P/189  28 November 1851

Contents:
River Tees Conservancy Improvement from the High Ford Aislaby to outside the bar with buoy markings by William Bald (with extended acknowledgement to Capt. Yolland of the Royal Engineers and William Edgeworth, brother of Maria Edgeworth, the novelist)
(original number 196)

[no title]  Q/D/P/190  29 November 1851


Related information: For book of reference see Q/D/P 190a

Contents:
York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway Deviation of Bishop Auckland Branch from Durham to Bishop Auckland (2 copies)
(original number 197)

[no title]  Q/D/P/191  29 November 1851

Contents:
Tyne Dock, Jarrow
(original number 198)

[no title]  Q/D/P/192  29 November 1851

Contents:
Sunderland Waterworks, Extension in Westoe and Cleadon (2 copies)
(original number 199)

[no title]  Q/D/P/193  29 November 1852

Contents:
Darlington and Barnard Castle Railway, from the Stockton and Darlington Railway at Hopetown (Darlington) to Galgate (Barnard Castle) via Piercebridge and Gainford by Thomas Bouch (with location plans) (2 copies)
(original number 200)

[no title]  Q/D/P/194  30 November 1852

Contents:
Stockton and Hartlepool Railway, Haswell branch from S. and H. railway at Greatham to Haswell via Castle Eden (with location plan) (2 copies)
(original number 201)

[no title]  Q/D/P/195  1850

Contents:
Sunderland and Leeds Northern Junction Railway, from Clarence Railway at Coxhoe to Sunderland South Dock via Pittington, Hetton, Houghton-le-Spring, Herrington (2 plans), 30 November 1852, location plan on plan of Great Northern Coalfield by J. T. W. Bell
(original number 202)

[no title]  Q/D/P/196  29 November 1853

Contents:
Darlington and Barnard Castle Railway by Thomas Bouch (with location plan)
(original number 203)

[no title]  Q/D/P/197  29 November 1853

Contents:
Bishop Auckland and Weardale Railway from Black Boy branch of S. & D. R. to Crook via Escomb and High Bitchburn, by Thomas Storey, engineer, and Otley and Lax, surveyors (2 copies)
(original number 204

[no title]  Q/D/P/198  29 November 1853

Contents:
Branch railway from Haggerleazes Branch of S. & D.R. at St. Helen's Auckland to north end of Shildon Tunnel by John and William Cudworth, engineers (with location plan) (2 copies)
(original number 205)

[no title]  Q/D/P/199  30 November 1853

Contents:
Darlington Local Board, A new street from Tubwell Row to Priestgate Sewerage Works in Darlington, Cockerton, Fighting Cocks etc. by George Mason, engineer
(original number 206)

[no title]  Q/D/P/200  30 November 1853

Contents:
Stockton, Middlesbrough and Yarm Water Company, Pipes for supplying Norton, Coatham Redcar etc. by T. Hawksley
(original number 207)

[no title]  Q/D/P/201  30 November 1853

Contents:
Sunderland Improvement, Boundary plan, bridge and ferry (2 copies)
(original number 208)

[no title]  Q/D/P/202  1838 - 1847

Contents:
Blyth Harbour, Docks and Breakwater by James Abernethy with coastal survey b Commander Slater (2 copies) (1838 - 1847)
(original number 209)

[no title]  Q/D/P/203  30 November 1853

Contents:
Stockton and Cleveland Union Railway. From S. & D.R. at Stockton to Stokesley with branch from the Leeds Northern Railway near Stockton to Ingleby Green How by John Fowler engineer, 30 November 1853, location plan on Crutchley's Map of England, sheet 54.
(original number 210)

[no title]  Q/D/P/204  30 November 1853

Contents:
York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway, Docks at Jarrow Slake and railway thereto from South Shields branch (2 copies), 30 November 1853
(original number 211)

[no title]  Q/D/P/205  1853

Contents:
Barnard Castle and Bishop Auckland Junction Railway from Bishop Auckland to Barnard Castle via Evenwood and Barony and Marwood with location plan
(original number 211a)

[no title]  Q/D/P/206  4 July 1854

Contents:
West Hartlepool Improvement Plan by Edward Pleydel Bristow (reference book missing)
(original number 216a)

[no title]  Q/D/P/207  29 November 1854

Contents:
Stockton and Darlington Railway Branch to Darlington and Barnard Castle Railway to S. & D.R. near Cockerton, deviation near Waskerley, branch from Wear Valley Railway at High Stoop near Tow Law to Wear Valley near Wolsingham, branch from Crook to near Wolley, with private road from Ormesby to Cleveland Port by John Dixon and William Cudworth (2 copies)
(original number 212)

[no title]  Q/D/P/208  30 November 1854

Contents:
Hartlepool Harbour of Refuge by J. M. Rendel, engineer (2 copies)
(original number 213)

[no title]  Q/D/P/209  30 November 1854

Contents:
Dearness Valley Railway, from N.E.R. at Relly Mill to High Water House (Brancepeth Parish) (2 copies)
(original number 214)

[no title]  Q/D/P/210  30 November 1854

Contents:
Stockton and Stokesley Railway, to join North Yorkshire and Cleveland Railway near Stokesley by George Mason, engineer (2 copies)
(original number 215)

[no title]  Q/D/P/211  30 November 1854

Contents:
Hartlepool Great Float and Railway by James Abernethy and Thomas Meik (2 copies)
(original number 216)

[no title]  Q/D/P/212  30 November 1854

Contents:
Gateshead Quays and Improvements by William Hall, engineer, Area between St. Mary's and the river (2 copies)
(original number 217)

[no title]  Q/D/P/213  30 November 1854

Contents:
Sunderland Graving Dock and Slip by John Murray (2 copies)
(original number 218)

[no title]  Q/D/P/214  30 November 1854

Contents:
Tyne Bridge and approaches by William Alexander Brooks showing old Tyne Bridge and elevation (2 copies, reference books missing)
(original number 219)

[no title]  Q/D/P/215  18 May 1855

Contents:
Dearness Valley Railway, Deviation between Flass and Hareholme
(original number 219a)

[no title]  Q/D/P/216  28 November 1855

Contents:
Stockton and Darlington Railway, Lands required at Howden-le-Wear, Bishopley, Lime Kilns, Bishop Auckland Station, Shildon Engine Works, Middridge, Crook Fell Head (2 copies)
(original number 220)

[no title]  Q/D/P/217  29 November 1855

Contents:
Middlesbrough Extension Act, Proposed Ferry and landing place from Vulcan Street to Billingham (2 copies)
(original number 221)

[no title]  Q/D/P/218  30 November 1855

Contents:
Stockton and Middlesbrough New Turnpike road from West Akcam to Thornaby by A. & R. and R. F. Reed (2 copies)
(original number 222)

[no title]  Q/D/P/219  30 November 1855

Contents:
Stockton and Darlington Railway and Newcastle and Carlisle Union Railway, from Stocksfield to Stockton and Darlington Railway near Consett via Ebchester by James Dees and James A. Longridge (2 copies)
(original number 223)

[no title]  Q/D/P/220  28 November 1856

Contents:
South Shields Gas, Plan of houses in Oyston Street and St. Hilda's Lane (compulsory purchase ) (Reference missing)
(original number 224)

[no title]  Q/D/P/221  28 November 1856

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, Lanchester Valley Branch from N.E.R. Bishop Auckland Branch at the Browney Viaduct to the Conside Iron Works via Blackburn, Burnhopeside, Lanchester, Sunniside, Also plans for general purposes at Bishop Auckland, Darlington, Gateshead and Fencehouses (2 copies)
(original number 225)

[no title]  Q/D/P/222  28 November 1856

Contents:
Stockton New Gas Company and Stockton Gas Consumers Company, Lands to be purchased compulsorily at end of Thomson Street, Stockton (2 copies)
(original number 226)

[no title]  Q/D/P/223  28 November 1856

Contents:
Wearmouth Bridge, Reconstruction and alterations to ferries by Robert Stephenson (2 copies)
(original number 227)

[no title]  Q/D/P/224  29 November 1856

Contents:
Mordon Carrs drainage by James Simpson near Ricknall
(original number 228)

[no title or date]  Q/D/P/225

Contents:
South Durham and Lancashire Union Railway by Thomas Bouch, from Lancaster and Carlisle Railway at Tebay station to Haggerleazes branch of S. & D.R. at Evenwood and Barony via Kirkby Stephen, Stainmore, Bowes, etc. (2 copies)
(original number 229)

[no title]  Q/D/P/226  29 November 1856

Contents:
Hartlepool Borough extension and sea wall by S. Robinson (plan of borough included) (2 copies)
(original number 230)

[no title]  Q/D/P/227  29 November 1856

Contents:
South Shields Improvements: quay wall by Christopher Thompson (2 copies)
(original number 231)

[no title]  Q/D/P/228  29 November 1856

Contents:
Sunderland Gas: compulsory purchase of lands at Blue House, Ryhope (2 copies)
(original number 232)

[no title]  Q/D/P/229  30 November 1857

Contents:
South Shields Improvements and Quay Showing Market Square and Swinburne's Glass works, by John Ayris (2 copies)
(original number 233)

[no title]  Q/D/P/230  30 November 1857

Contents:
Sunderland Dock Junction Railway by J.F. Tone from Sunderland Dock to the Earl of Durham's Colliery Railway at Grindon with branch to Hetton Colliery Railway via Ryhope New Colliery (location plan on J.T.W. Bell's plan of Great Northern Coalfield) (2 copies)
(original number 234)

[no title]  Q/D/P/231  30 November 1857

Contents:
Middlesborough Improvement, Ferry, landing places and approaches in Billingham and Middlesborough (2 copies)
(original number 235)

[no title]  Q/D/P/232  30 November 1857

Contents:
Durham and Cleveland Union Railway From Port Clarence to the Tees and thence Staithes with branch to Skinningrove via Normanby, Guisborough etc. by J. Hawkshaw, engineer, and A. & R. & R.P. Reed (2 copies)
(original number 236)

[no title]  Q/D/P/233  30 November 1857

Contents:
Sunderland Docks New Works by F.T. Tone (2 copies)
(original number 237)

[no title]  Q/D/P/234  30 November 1857

Contents:
Stockton, Middlesbrough and Yarm Water Co. Extensions in Darlington, Dinsdale, Longnewton etc. by T.Hawksley (2 copies)
(original number 238)

[no title]  Q/D/P/235  30 November 1857

Contents:
Middlesbrough Water Works by G. Mason, Aqueduct from the River Tees at Ingleby Barwick to Cochrane's Works at Ormesby, Maltby and Middlesbrough (2 copies)
(original number 239)

[no title]  Q/D/P/236  30 November 1857

Contents:
Stockton and Darlington Railway from near Stockton Station to Clarence Railway (Stockton Branch) near Union Workhouse by John Dixon and William Ludworth (2 copies), 30 November 1857, location plan on Crutchley 54 (original number 240)
(original number 240)

[no title]  Q/D/P/237  30 November 1857

Contents:
Stockton and Darlington Railway, Branch from High Stoop on Wear Valley Railway to Crook via Tow Law and Roddymoor also widening of Wear Valley Railway from Hedleyhope Branch to Peases West Coke ovens; and branch from Stanley Branch Railway to Job's Hill Colliery; alteration of Darlington to Whessoe Road and improvements near Shildon Station, by John Dixon and William Cudworth (reference book missing)
(original number 241)

[no title]  Q/D/P/238  18 February 1858


Related information: See Q/D/P 236

Contents:
Durham and Cleveland Union Railway, Amended sections (2 copies)
(original number 242)

[no title]  Q/D/P/239  27 November 1858

Contents:
Sunderland and South Shields Water Works, Aqueduct from Fawcett Street, Sunderland, to reservoir near Ryhope by T. Hawksley, engineer, and George Dickinson, surveyor (2 copies)
(original number 243)

[no title]  Q/D/P/240  27 November 1858

Contents:
Stockton and Darlington Railway, Branches from Bowesfield Lane Junction near Stockton to North-Eastern railway; from the Coatham - Saltburn Railway to near Marske Mill; diversion of Darlington - Whessoe road by John Dixon and William Cudworth
(original number 244)

[no title]  Q/D/P/241  29 November 1858

Contents:
South Durham and Lancashire Union Railway, deviation from the Darlington-Barnard Castle Railway near Barnard Castle to Stockton and Darlington Railway, Haggerleazes Branch, in St. Andrew Auckland via Cockfield Fell by Thomas Bouch (2 copies)
(original number 245)

[no title]  Q/D/P/242  29 November 1858

Contents:
Gateshead Quay and Improvements, by John Johnson, Between St. Mary's and the river to the north of Hillgate (2 copies)
(original number 246)

[no title]  Q/D/P/243  29 November 1858

Contents:
Wear Navigation and Sunderland Docks by Thomas Meik
(original number 247)

[no title]  Q/D/P/244  29 November 1858

Contents:
Tyne Improvements, Breakwater
(original number 248)

[no title]  Q/D/P/245  3 February 1859

Contents:
River Tees from the old cut to the sea showing work of Tees Conservancy Commissioners by John Fowler, engineer, R. & R.F. Reed, surveyor (3 copies)
(original number 249)

[no title]  Q/D/P/246  29 November 1859

Contents:
Eggleston Roads, Conversion of highways to turnpikes (reference books missing)
(original number 250)

[no title]  Q/D/P/247  30 November 1859

Contents:
Newcastle upon Tyne and Derwent Valley Railway from Hewn's Farm, Consett to the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway at Winlaton via Benfieldside, Westwood etc. by Thomas Bouch (2 copies)
(original number 251)

[no title]  Q/D/P/248  30 November 1859

Contents:
Consett District Waterworks, Aqueduct from Berry Edge, Consett, to Horse Shoe Hill, Muggleswick via Castleside, Waskerley, High Hope reservoir, by John F. Tone (2 copies)
(original number 252)

[no title]  Q/D/P/249  30 November 1859

Contents:
North Eastern Railway. Blaydon to Conside from Newcastle and Carlisle Railway at Scotswood Bridge to the Lanchester Valley Branch at Conside Ironworks via Rowlands Gill, Hamsterley, Blackhill (2 copies)
(original number 253)

[no title]  Q/D/P/250  30 November 1859

Contents:
Sacriston Junction and South Shields Railway, from the Waldridge Railway to Cookson's Quay, South Shields with branches to Frenchman's Bay and the Herd Sands at Jarrow, and to Craghead Colliery, Main line via Pelton, Pelaw Grange, Vigo, New Washington, Usworth Colliery by George Elliot (2 copies)
(original number 254)

[no title]  Q/D/P/251  20 November 1860

Contents:
South Shields Improvements and Quay Between Swinburne's Glass Works and Cooksons Bottle Works and Mill Dam Bank and the Tyne by Thomas M. Clemence (2 copies)
(original number 255)

[no title]  Q/D/P/252  20 November 1860

Contents:
Frosterley and Stanhope Railway, With approach to station at Stanhope by W. Bryson
(original number 256)

[no title]  Q/D/P/253  30 November 1860

Contents:
Tyne Improvement Works from Hedwin Streams to Tynemouth (2 copies)
(original number 257)

[no title]  Q/D/P/254  30 November 1860

Contents:
Newcastle, Derwent and Weardale Railway From Church Walk, Gateshead to Stockton and Darlington Railway (Haggerleazes Branch near St. Helen Auckland via Swalwell, West Thornley, Westwood, Blackhill, Hedleyhope, Helmington Row, Hunwick, Bishop Auckland, With branches to Newcastle and Carlisle Railway, to Shotley Grove Mill, to Consett Ironworks, to Lanchester Valley Railway near Muggleswick, to Tow Law, to Byers Green, by Thomas Bouch (2 copies)
(original number 258)

[no title]  Q/D/P/255  30 November 1860

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, Blaydon and Conside Junction with S. & D.R. at Consett, as in Q/D/P 254 (2 copies), 30 November 1860, location plan on Crutchley 59
(original number 259)

[no title]  Q/D/P/256  30 November 1860

Contents:
Tyne Coal Drainage, Underground delivery drift from the following collieries to the Tyne: Tyne Main, Hebburn Colliery, Jarrow, Wallsend Church Pit, Howden Pit by James Easton (2 copies)
(original number 260)

[no title]  Q/D/P/257  30 November 1860

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, Purchase of lands at Laygate Lane (South Shields), Felling Colliery, Leamside Station, and Whitby Harbour (2 copies)
(original number 261)

[no title]  Q/D/P/258  30 November 1860

Contents:
Darlington Local Board of Health, water pipes in Darlington, Cockerton, Haughton- le-Skerne, Blackwell, Harrowgate; and new roads between Grange Road and Bank To Station by George Dickinson (2 copies)
(original number 262)

[no title]  Q/D/P/259  29 November 1861

Contents:
Frosterley and Stanhope Railway. Deviates in Newlandside, and branch to Lobley Hill Turnpike Road by William Bryson, engineer (2 copies), 29 November 1861, location plan Crutchley 53
(original number 263)

[no title]  Q/D/P/260  29 November 1861

Contents:
Stockton and Darlington Railway, Line from Tow Law to Crook by John Dixon and W. Cudworth (2 copies)
(original number 264)

[no title]  Q/D/P/261  30 November 1861

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, Team Valley extension from High Level Bridge, Gateshead, to the Bishop Auckland Branch at Newton Hall via Low Team Colliery, Birtley, Chester-le-Street, Another line from the Browney Viaduct to near Ferryhill via Sunderland Bridge and Tursdale, also line from Pallion Station to the Lambton Drops, with road diversions in Sunderland, With location plan (2 copies)
(original number 265)

[no title]  Q/D/P/262  30 November 1861

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, Blaydon to Conside and branches, as Q/D/P 254?(255?) with additional lands in Regent Street, Newcastle, and at Howden (2 copies)
(original number 266)

[no title]  Q/D/P/263  30 November 1861

Contents:
West Hartlepool Harbour and Railway Dock Extension, Plan of West Hartlepool and Docks by John Fowler and Thomas Casbourne, engineers and R.F. Reed, surveyor
(original number 267)

[no title]  Q/D/P/264  28 November 1862

Contents:
Durham and Shotley Bridge Turnpike Road Deviations at Whitesmocks showing Aykley Heads and Dryburn by William Crozier
(original number 268)

[no title]  Q/D/P/265  28 November 1862

Contents:
Wear Navigation and Sunderland Docks, New Works, by Thomas Meik (2 copies)
(original number 269)

[no title]  Q/D/P/266  19 November 1862

Contents:
Seaham and Sunderland Railway (Sunderland) from Dalton-le-Dale to the Londonderry Drops at Sunderland via Ryhope, Branches from Seaham Harbour to the blast furnaces, Dalton Field Dene, etc. by Francis Charlton (2 copies)
(original number 270)

[no title]  Q/D/P/267  29 November 1862

Contents:
Tees Conservancy Commissioners, Coast between Carr House and Tod Point showing Seaton lighthouses, foreshore etc., to be purchased by Commissioners, by John Fowler, engineer (2 copies)
(original number 271)

[no title]  Q/D/P/268  28 November 1863

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, Branches at Bishop Auckland Station, from S. & D.R. at Redhall (Haughton-le-Skerne to Honeypot) deviation of Darlington - Stockton turnpike road near Throstle Nest, 28 November 1863, location plan on O.S. sheet 103 NW & SE
(original number 272)

[no title]  Q/D/P/269  30 November 1863

Contents:
Hartlepool New Breakwaters, Plan showing Harbour and Town by S. Robinson (2 copies)
(original number 273)

[no title]  Q/D/P/270  30 November 1863

Contents:
Stockton and Middlesbrough Water works, Aqueducts from Darlington to East Coatham via Stockton, Middlesbrough, Ormesby by T. Hawksley (2 copies)
(original number 274)

[no title]  Q/D/P/271  30 November 1863

Contents:
North Durham Railway from South Medomsley Colliery to Jarrow via Dipton, Crook Gate Morley Hill, Kibblesworth Colliery etc., With branches from Collierly to South Pontop Colliery from Burnopfield to North Eastern Railway at Consett, from Pelaw to Jarrow, and from Springwell Cottage to Washington, With location plan by John F. Tone (reference book missing)
(original number 275)

[no title]  Q/D/P/272  30 November 1863

Contents:
Newcastle and Gateshead Gas, Blaydon Gas Works, plan by John F. Tone, Lands to be compulsorily purchased at Redheugh Farm, tunnel under Tyne from near Sandhill to Gateshead Church, Salt Meadows, Forth Street (Newcastle) with location plan (2 copies of each)
(original number 276)

[no title]  Q/D/P/273  28 November 1864

Contents:
Forcett, from North Eastern Railway Darlington - Barnard Castle Branch near Gainford to limestone quarry, Forcett Valley by W. Bryson (book of reference missing)
(original number 277)

[no title]  Q/D/P/274  28 November 1864

Contents:
Tyne Improvement, North and South Shields ferries, Northumberland Graving docks, Tynemouth Graving docks by John F. Ure (2 copies)
(original number 278)

[no title]  Q/D/P/275  28 November 1864

Contents:
Blaydon Gas Company, Compulsory purchase of land in Blaydon Town Street (2 copies)
(original number 279)

[no title]  Q/D/P/276  28 November 1864

Contents:
North of England Union Railway, from West Hartlepool Railway at Carleton to Settle with branches to Clapham and Sedbergh via Sadberge, Catterick Bridge, Leyburn, Askrigg, and Horton in Ribblesdale by John Hawkshaw and James Brunless, engineers, and John Robison White, surveyor, Location plan
(original number 280)

[no title]  Q/D/P/277  29 November 1864

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, Pelaw and other branches, from Pelaw Station to Tyne Dock Station; from the Browney viaduct to near Ferryhill via Sunderland Bridge, Hett Mill etc.; alterations in Cleveland Street, Nestfield Street and Alken Street in Darlington; and additional lines at Jarrow Slake (2 copies)
(original number 281)

[no title]  Q/D/P/278  29 November 1864

Contents:
Middlesbrough Improvement, Landing place at Port Clarence by John Dunning (2 copies)
(original number 282)

[no title]  Q/D/P/279  30 November 1864

Contents:
Leeds, North Yorkshire and Durham Railway from Midland Station, Leeds, to Stockton via Collingham, Wetherby, Easingwold, Helmsley, Stokesley; with branch to Scarborough via Pickering and Seamer; and from Kirkby Moorside to Spout House by John Fowler and John Fraser, engineers, and Robert Francis Reed and James Fox, surveyors, Location plan (2 copies)
(original number 283)

[no title]  Q/D/P/280  29 November 1865

Contents:
Merrybent and Darlington Railway, from Merrybent in Township of Melsonby to Darlington - Barnard Castle Branch of North Eastern Railway via Cleasby and Coniscliffe (reference book missing)
(original number 284)

[no title]  Q/D/P/281  29 November 1865

Contents:
Redheugh Bridge, Showing approaches from Elysium Terrace, Gateshead, and Lead Factory Lane Elswick, and gas pipe from Greensfield House, Gateshead by Thomas Bouch (reference book missing)
(original number 285)

[no title]  Q/D/P/282  29 November 1865

Contents:
Middlesbrough Improvement, Linthorpe Road, Cemetery, Port Clarence landing gas pipes etc. by John Dunning (2 copies)
(original number 286)

[no title]  Q/D/P/283  29 November 1865

Contents:
Middlesbrough, Stockton and Billingham Railway, Branches to Clarence Railway near Billingham and West Hartlepool Railway near Cowpen, Location plan O.S., sheet 103 SE by John Dunning, engineer, and R. Francis Reed, surveyor (2 copies)
(original number 287)

[no title]  Q/D/P/284  30 November 1865

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, New lines at Norton Station, from Hartlepool Branch near Ferryhill to West Hartlepool Railway at Ferryhill, Timber Pond and road diversion at Hartlepool Slake (2 copies)
(original number 289)

[no title]  Q/D/P/285  30 November 1865

Contents:
Tyne, Wear and Tees Railway, from King Street, South Shields, to Stockton via Cleadon, Fawcett Street, Sunderland, Ryhope, Blackhall, Stranton, Claxton Bridge, Branches at Blue House and South Moor House (Ryhope); to Hartlepool - West Hartlepool Railway at West Hartlepool and at Fulwell by T. Hawkesley, R.B. Bell and D. Miller, engineers, and H. McClure, surveyor. Location plan on O.S. (2 copies; reference books missing)
(original number 290)

[no title]  Q/D/P/286  30 November 1865

Contents:
Newcastle and Gateshead Water Co. Aqueducts from Whittle Dene Reservoirs to Benwell via Walbottle and new works at Newburn Sands, Carr's Hill; aqueduct from Wallsend Station to Ballast Hill, Willington by J. Bateman and J. A. Harrison (2 copies)
(original number 291)

[no title]  Q/D/P/287  30 November 1865

Contents:
Weardale and Shildon District Waterworks Aqueducts from Waskerley reservoir to Shildon via Crook, Tow Law, Escomb, with branches to Witton-le-Wear, St. Helen's Auckland by T. Hawkesley and W. Bouch (2 copies)
(original number 292)

[no title]  Q/D/P/288  31 January 1866

Contents:
Tees Conservancy, Improvements from South Stockton to Cargo Fleet by John Fowler (2 copies)
(original number 284)

[no title]  Q/D/P/289  27 November 1866

Contents:
Sunderland Ferry and approaches from Low Street to North Quay (2 copies)
(original number 293)

[no title]  Q/D/P/290  1866

Contents:
Sunderland Improvements, Plans of Barracks, area between Warren Street and Church Street, Church Street and Flag Lane with West Side of High Street, High Street and Low Street, Gt. Peter's and River Wear, Hedworth Place and Church Street, Crow Tree Road and Hind Street by Thomas Younger (engineer) (2 copies), 29 November 1866 Also Sunderland Improvement and extension bill. Shows proposed boundary changes marked on O.S. 6 in. (2 copies)
(original number 294)

[no title]  Q/D/P/291  29 November 1866

Contents:
South Shields Gas, Lands to be purchased at Hebburn Colliery between Coronation Street and Oyston Street (2 copies)
(original number 295)

[no title]  Q/D/P/292  29 November 1866

Contents:
Hartlepool Gas and Water Co. Aqueduct from reservoir at Sheraton to reservoir near High Throston via East Murton and Elwick by Martin and Fenwick, Leeds (2 copies)
(original number 297)

[no title]  Q/D/P/293  30 November 1866

Contents:
Newcastle and Gateshead Gas, Land near White Bear Public House, Gateshead (2 copies)
(original number 298)

[no title]  Q/D/P/294  30 November 1867

Contents:
Sunderland and South Shields Water Aqueducts from Dalton Hill reservoir to Ryhope via Dalton-le-Dale and Seaton Colliery, from High Stoney Gate reservoir at Houghton-le-Spring to Humbledon Hill via East Herrington by Thomas and Charles Hawkesley (2 copies)
(original number 299)

[no title]  Q/D/P/295  29 April 1868

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, Deviation and abandonment of part of Gilling and Pickering Railway and part of Port Clarence branch, from Helmsley to Pickering via Kirby Moorside and Port Clarence station to the Samphire Batts with location plans
(original number 304)

[no title]  Q/D/P/296  November 1868

Contents:
Stockton Extension and Improvement Corporation Waterworks, Aqueducts from Wild Goose Nest and Oakdale reservoir, both in Osmotherley to Stockton Market Place, via Crathorne, Kirkleavington and Yarm by R. Francis Reed (2 copies)
(original number 300)

[no title]  Q/D/P/297  November 1868

Contents:
Hartlepool Port and Harbour, Pier, Sea Wall and Breakwater by Thomas Dyke (2 copies)
(original number 301)

[no title]  Q/D/P/298  November 1868

Contents:
Consett Waterworks, Aqueducts from Erdon and Feldon reservoirs to Waskerley; from Collierley to Shield Row via Annfield Plain; from Collierley to Lobley Hill Turnpike; from Collierley to Tanfield by William Bouch and Thomas and Charles Hawkesley (2 copies)
(original number 303)

[no title]  Q/D/P/299  27 April 1869

Contents:
Consett Waterworks, O.S. 6 inch, sheet 17, showing areas and rate of compensation, between Erdon reservoir Smiddy Shawl, Plan signed by Lord Ridsdale, chairman of Committee of House of Lords
(original number 304a)

[no title]  Q/D/P/300  November 1869

Contents:
Newcastle and Gateshead Water Company, Tramway and aqueduct from the Bogle Hole across the Tyne to Horsley Wood (Ovingham parish) and additional works at Askew Road, Gateshead, by J.A. Harrison and J.R. Forster (2 copies)
(original number 305)

[no title]  Q/D/P/301  1

Contents:
West Hartlepool Extension and Improvement Street improvements in Stranton by Martin and Fenwick, consulting engineers, and John Clayton, town surveyor (2 copies)
(original number 306)

[no title]  Q/D/P/302  November 1869

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, Alteration of Norton Road, Stockton (2 copies)
(original number 307)

[no title]  Q/D/P/303  November 1870

Contents:
Newcastle upon Tyne Street Tramways, from Winlaton via Scotswood Bridge to Gibson Street by Thomas Bouch and W.G. and H. Laws (2 copies)
(original number 308)

[no title]  Q/D/P/304  November 1870

Contents:
Hylton, Southwick and Monkwearmouth Railway, from N.E. Railway, Pontop and South Shields Branch, at Peepy Plantation (Barmston) to N.E.R., Newcastle and Sunderland branch near Monkwearmouth Station, with branch to Collin Road, Monkwearmouth by Thomas Meik and William D. Nisbet (2 copies)
(original number 309)

[no title]  Q/D/P/305  November 1870

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, Line from Monkwearmouth Station to N.E.R. Sunderland Branch (with detailed plan of Sunderland); alteration of Penshaw branch railway at Bishopwearmouth; line from Stockton engine works to Middlesbrough with branch to Cowpen; deviation of Norton Road, Stockton (2 copies)
(original number 310)

[no title]  Q/D/P/306  8 February 1871

Contents:
River Tees from Old Cut to the Sea with existing and project works of Tees Conservancy Commissioners by John Fowler, engineer and R. and R. F. Reed, surveyors (plan dated 1859) (book of reference missing)
(original number 311)

[no title]  Q/D/P/307  November 1871

Contents:
Darlington Improvement, Main sewer near Skerne House, diversion of Skerne from Blackwell Mill to Oxney Field Mill near Croft, widening of Church Bridge with elevation by Hudson Reah (2 copies)
(original number 312a)

[no title]  Q/D/P/308  November 1871

Contents:
Darlington Borough Sewage irrigation, Land in Blackwell to be purchase by Hudson Reah (2 copies)
(original number 313a)

[no title]  Q/D/P/309  November 1871

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, from N.E.R. Sunderland-Hartlepool branch at New Winning Colliery, Castle Eden, to Stockton via Thorpe Thewles and East Hartburn; diversion of River Don at Jarrow Slake; diversion etc. of road at Ferryhill Station; additional lands, Marine Terrace to East Street, West Hartlepool (2 copies)
(original number 314)

[no title]  Q/D/P/310  November 1871

Contents:
Newcastle and Gateshead Tramways, from Blaydon via Scotswood Road to Mosely Street; from Neville Street to near Gosforth Tollgate via Grainger Street, Northumberland Street, Barras Bridge and Great North Road, from Bentinck Road to New Bridge Street via Elswick Road, Buckingham Street and Blackett Street; from Arthur's Hill to Collingwood Street via Westgate Road; with short tracks at Redheugh Bridge, Askew Road, Gateshead High Street, New Durham Road (Gateshead) and Jesmond Road Newcastle by Thomas Bouch and W.G. and H. Laws (2 copies)
(original number 315a)

[no title]  Q/D/P/311  November 1871

Contents:
Cumberland and Cleveland Junction Railway, from N.E.R. at Alston to Tees Valley Railway near Romaldkirk with branch to Melmerby by Nimmo and MacNay (2 copies)
(original number 316a)

[no title]  Q/D/P/312  30 November 1872

Contents:
Hartlepool Gas and Water, Acquiring of additional lands by Martin and Fenwick (2 copies) (books of reference only)
(original number 312)

[no title]  Q/D/P/313  30 November 1872

Contents:
Hartlepools and Cleveland Junction Railway, from N.E.R. Middlesbrough - Guisborough branch Ormesby and from N.E.R. Port Clarence Ironworks to Hartlepool with tunnel under the Tees by Martin and Fenwick of Leeds (2 copies)
(original number 313)

[no title]  Q/D/P/314  November 1872

Contents:
Durham Consumers Gas, O.S. plans showing area of supply i.e. Brancepeth, Pittington and Durham City with gas mains and gas works at Shincliffe by William Crozier
(original number 314a)

[no title]  Q/D/P/315  November 1872

Contents:
Middlesbrough, to Norton Green via Middlesbrough and Stockton turnpike road, Stockton Bridge and High Street and Norton Road by R. Francis Reed (2 copies)
(original number 315)

[no title]  Q/D/P/316  November 1872

Contents:
City of Durham Gas, Compulsory purchase of land in Framwellgate Street (2 copies)
(original number 316)

[no title]  Q/D/P/317  November 1873

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, New lines from Middlesbrough to Billingham; from Haverton Hill to West Hartlepool branch near Cowpen from N.E.R. Team Valley extension to Lanchester Valley Branch Rolly Mill; and Shields High Station to Heron Street, South Shields (2 copies)
(original number 317)

[no title]  Q/D/P/318  November 1873

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, Diversion of Bowesfield Lane, Stockton; additional land at Low Simonside; near Stockton Station; Pickering; Shildon engine works; Northgate Street and Commercial Street, West Hartlepool; Holgate, York; Kingsworth Road, Monkwearmouth; diversion of Union Street, Bishopwearmouth (2 copies)
(original number 318)

[no title]  Q/D/P/319  November 1873

Contents:
Hartlepool Gas and Water, Plan of Hurworth reservoir by Martin and Fenwick, Leeds (2 copies)
(original number 322)

[no title]  Q/D/P/320  November 1873

Contents:
River Wear Commission, Railways at Hendon Dock, by Henry Hay Wake (2 copies)
(original number 323)

[no title]  Q/D/P/321  November 1873

Contents:
Teeside Railway, from N.E.R. Clarence branch near Stockton Station, and from same near Stockton Ironworks, to N.E.R. West Hartlepool branch at Seaton Station via Haverton Hill by R. Francis Reed, location plan on O.S. 1 in. sheet 103, SE (2 copies)
(original number 324)

[no title]  Q/D/P/322  November 1874

Contents:
Weardale and Shildon Water Works. Aqueducts from Houseslip reservoir to East Flass via Thornley, Mount Pleasant service reservoir, Waterhouse; from Bishop Oak and Tunstall reservoirs to Chilton, via Wolsingham Howden-le-Wear, North Bedburn service reservoir, Newfield, Byers Green and Spennymoor; from Redford reservoir, Hamsterley, to North Beechburn service reservoir; and from Limburn Reservoir, Hamsterley, to Etherley; by T. and C. Hawkesley (2 copies)
(original number 325)

[no title]  Q/D/P/323  November 1874

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, from Pontop and South Shields branch at Annfield Plain to Sebastopol; diversion of Portobello Road, Monkwearmouth; additional lands at Walker Lane (Middridge), Durham Road (Bishopwearmouth) Redby House (Monkwearmouth) and South Hetton (2 copies)
(original number 326a)

[no title]  Q/D/P/324  November 1874

Contents:
Stockton and Middlesbrough Waterworks Aqueducts from waterworks at Low Coniscliffe to Normanby service reservoir via Cockerton, Great Burdon, Sadberge, Long Newton, Elton, Stockton, Middlesbrough by T. and C. Hawkesley (2 copies)
(original number 327)

[no title]  Q/D/P/325  November 1874

Contents:
Stockton Extension, Improvement and Dock River diversion and lands required for new market in Yarm Lane at Thornaby by Sir John Hawkshaw (2 copies)
(original number 328)

[no title]  Q/D/P/326  November 1874

Contents:
Teesside Railway and Timber Ponds, from Port Clarence to West Hartlepool branch N.E.R. near Seaton Station by John Fowler (2 copies)
(original number 329)

[no title]  Q/D/P/327  19 August 1875

Contents:
Weardale and Shildon Waterworks, Plan showing area of supply on O.S. 1 inch
(original number 330)

[no title]  Q/D/P/328  November 1875

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, Deviation of Pontop and South Shields branch at Laygate Lane, Westoe and at Tyne Dock station; widening of West Hartlepool Railway from Stillington Moor House to Carleton Station; widening of S. & D.R. from Tees to Stockton Station (2 copies)
(original number 326)

[no title]  Q/D/P/329  November 1875

Contents:
Newcastle and Gateshead water, Extension and works, Aqueduct from upper and lower Swinburn reservoirs near Chollerton to West Hallington reservoir and pipe therefrom to Horsley Wood pumping station near Prudhoe via Spittal by J. Frederick Bateman and George H. Hill (2 copies)
(original number 332)

[no title]  Q/D/P/330  November 1875

Contents:
Stockton and Middlesbrough Corporation Waterworks, Aqueduct from Grassholm reservoir to Normanby via Lartington, Marwood, Winston, Gainford, Cockerton, Darlington, Great Burden, Sadberge (with branch to Dinsdale), Longnewton, Stockton and Middlesbrough; and from Blacton reservoir to High Coniscliffe via Barnard Castle, Piercebridge by James Mansergh, engineer by P. Francis Reed (2 copies)
(original number 333)

[no title]  Q/D/P/331  November 1875

Contents:
Stockton and Middlesbrough Waterworks (2 copies);As in Q/D/P 324
(original number 334)

[no title]  Q/D/P/332  18 May 1876


Related information: See Q/D/P 344

Contents:
Sunderland Corporation Trainways, Amendments (2 copies)
(original number 353)

[no title]  Q/D/P/333  28 July 1876

Contents:
Spennymoor and Tudhoe Gas Company, Showing area of Tudhoe including gasworks (no book of reference)
(original number 335)

[no title]  Q/D/P/334  31 August 1876

Contents:
Stockton and Middlesbrough Corporation Water, Showing catchment and distribution area on O.S. plan 1 inch.
(original number 336)

[no title]  Q/D/P/335  29 November 1876

Contents:
Bishop Auckland Local Board of Health, Plan of Gasworks by P. Lindsey, surveyor (Inc. copy of Bishop Auckland Times & Herald, 17 November 1876)
(original number 337)

[no title]  Q/D/P/336  29 November 1876

Contents:
Bishop Auckland District Gas, Land near railway by T. and C. Hawksley (2 copies)
(original number 338)

[no title]  Q/D/P/337  29 November 1876

Contents:
Bishop Auckland District Gas, Land near railway by T. and C. Hawksley (2 copies)
(original number 339)

[no title]  Q/D/P/338  30 January 1877

Contents:
River Tees from Old Cut to Sea by John Fowler (1859) showing land reclaimed since 1859
(original number 340)

[no title]  Q/D/P/339  26 November 1877

Contents:
Tow Law Local Board, New works showing site of gasworks and areas of supply on O.S. 6 inch
(original number 342)

[no title]  Q/D/P/340  29 November 1877

Contents:
Stockton Quay and Markets, Showing quay from Tees Mill to the Bishop's landing place by Sir John Hawkshaw (2 copies)
(original number 341)

[no title]  Q/D/P/341  30 November 1877

Contents:
Durham Water, Aqueducts and service reservoir at Houghall by Thomas and Charles Hawksley (2 copies)
(original number 344)

[no title]  Q/D/P/342  12 March 1878

Contents:
Sunderland Tramways from Roker to Prospect Row via Roker Avenue, North Bridge Street, Fawcett Street and Borough Road, with branch via Burdon Road by J. Kincaid 30 November 1877, Amended plans by J. Kincaid
(original number 343)

[no title]  Q/D/P/343  28 March 1878

Contents:
Durham Water, Plans showing limits of supply
(original number 345)

[no title]  Q/D/P/344  30 November 1878

Contents:
Sunderland Corporation Tramway along High Street, Hylton Road, Pallion Coach Road, Holmeside, Durham Road, the Royalty, Hylton Street, Trimdon Street, Woodbine Street, Hendon Road, Herrington Street, Southwick Lane by Christopher Thwaites (2 copies)
(original number 346)

[no title]  Q/D/P/345  30 November 1878

Contents:
Weardale and Water Works, Aqueducts from Flass Hall to Crossgate, Durham, and from Mountjoy service reservoir to Langley Moor; also from Flass Hall to Sacriston via Langley Park and Witton Gilbert; with small plans of Bedburn, Westerton, Quarrington reservoirs and pipes at Ferryhill by T. and C. Hawksley (2 copies)
(original number 347)

[no title]  Q/D/P/346  30 November 1878

Contents:
South Shields Gas, Compulsory purchase of land on Tyne Street
(original number 348)

[no title]  Q/D/P/347  30 November 1878

Contents:
Southwick Local Board Tramways, from Cornhill Terrace, Southwick, along Southwick Lane and Town Street, by Christopher Thwaites (2 copies)
(original number 349)

[no title]  Q/D/P/348  30 November 1878

Contents:
Sunderland Tramways, extension from Roker Avenue to Southwick Green via Southwick Road by J. Kincaid
(original number 350)

[no title]  Q/D/P/349  30 November 1878

Contents:
South Shields Extension and Improvements, Plan of bottle works to be purchased by agreement, road from the Bents to Marsden via Harton by Matthew Hall, surveyor
(original number 351)

[no title]  Q/D/P/350  30 May 1879

Contents:
South Shields and Sunderland Gas Companies showing area of supply
(original number 353)

[no title]  Q/D/P/351  2 August 1879

Contents:
Weardale and Shildon Waterworks, Map showing area of supply
(original number 354)

[no title]  Q/D/P/352  29 November 1879

Contents:
South Shields Tramways, from South Pier to Boldon Lane via Ocean Road, King Street, Station Road, Cuthbert Street, Commercial Road; from St. Stephen's Street near Ingham Infirmary via Westoe Lane; other tracks in Laygate Lane by Menzies and Blagburn (2 copies)
(original number 355)

[no title]  Q/D/P/353  29 November 1879

Contents:
Darlington Tramways, from Bank Top Station to Durham Road via Feathams, Prebend's Row etc.; from Northgate to Cockerton Road via Bondgate; from Skinnergate to Grange Road; from Church Row to Adelaide Street by T. F. McNay (2 copies)
(original number 356)

[no title]  Q/D/P/354  29 November 1879

Contents:
Gateshead and South Shields Tramways, from High Level Bridge, Gateshead, to Kells Lane via High Street and New Durham Road; from Wellington Street, Gateshead, to Derwentwater Road via Askew Road; from High Street, Gateshead, to Hexham Road: from Brunswick Street, Gateshead, to Sea Field Terrace, South Shields via Sunderland Road, South Shields Road, Hill Street, Grange Road, Swinburne Street, Commercial Road, Laygate Lane, and Station Road, from Frederick Street, South Shields to Mile End Road via Dean Road and Westoe Lane by Armour and Paynter; Nicholls, Smith and Haynes, all engineers (2 copies)
(original number 357)

[no title]  Q/D/P/355  29 November 1879

Contents:
Stockton-on-Tees and District Tramways, from the Hambletonian Inn to the Queen's Hotel via Norton Road; from High Street to Yarm Road, by J. W. Grover and J. W. Newton (2 copies)
(original number 358)

[no title]  Q/D/P/356  30 November 1880

Contents:
South Shields Corporation Tramways, from the Causeway to Pier Parade via Swinburne Street, Shields Road, Commercial Road, Station Road, King Street, with branch from Laygate Lane to Mile End Road via Dean Lane and Westoe Lane by Matthew Hall, engineer (2 copies)
(original number 359)

[no title]  Q/D/P/357  30 November 1880

Contents:
South Shields, Jarrow: and District Tramways, from the Bill Quay Board Schools to Ocean Road via South Shields Road, Swinburne Street, Laygate Lane, Green Street, King Street; from Station Road, Jarrow, to Level Street, Jarrow, via Carr Street, Blackett Street and Western Road; from Green Street to Mile End Road via Dean and Westoe Lanes by Armour and Paynter of Gateshead; Nicholls, Haynes & Co., all engineers.
(original number 360)

[no title]  Q/D/P/358  30 November 1880

Contents:
Ryton Parish Local Board, Compulsory purchase of lands near Low Greenside and Rookwood Hill; and aqueduct from Ash Tree to near Chopwell by Hubert Laws (2 copies)
(original number 361)

[no title]  Q/D/P/359  30 November 1880

Contents:
Jarrow and Hebburn and District Tramways in South Shields Road, Queen's Road, Western Road, Prince Consort Road by Menzies, Blagburn and Spencer (2 copies)
(original number 362)

[no title]  Q/D/P/360  30 November 1880

Contents:
Stockton Bridge, from Bridge Street, Thornaby, to Bridge Road, Stockton, showing elevation of old bridge by Charles Neate (2 copies)
(original number 364)

[no title or date]  Q/D/P/361

Contents:
East and West Hartlepool Tramways, from Mainsforth Terrace to Moor Terrace near St. Hilda's Church, via Church Street, New Road, and Middlegate Street, with branches from near Christ Church Foggy Furze via Stranton, and from Mainsforth Terrace to Seaton Carew by Edward E. Allen (2 copies)
(original number 363)

[no title]  Q/D/P/362  29 November 1881

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, Additional powers Diversion of Pontop and South Shields branch at Annfield Main; railway near Consett Ironworks; railway from Byers Green branch at Old Park to Stockton and Darlington Railway at Bishop Auckland; additional lands at Blaydon and Stockton stations (2 copies)
(original number 367)

[no title]  Q/D/P/363  30 November 1881

Contents:
South Shields Fishing Harbour, Showing railway from South Shields station to new harbour with location plan on O.S. 6 inch by Kinipple and Morris and J. Watt Sandeman (2 copies)
(original number 365)

[no title]  Q/D/P/364  30 November 1881

Contents:
Sunderland Tramways Extension, from High Street West to the Custom House by J. T. Kincaid (2 copies)
(original number 366)

[no title]  Q/D/P/365  1 December 1881

Contents:
Skipton and Kettlewell Railway, Darlington Extension from Skipton to Haughton-le-Skerne via Buckden, Spennithorne, Easby, Middleton Tyas. Location plan on O.S. 1 inch by Edgar O. Ferguson and John Fraser (2 copies)
(original number 368)

[no title]  Q/D/P/366  29 November 1882

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, Branch from N.E.R. at Darlington Fighting Cocks via Low Stodhoe; track at Northallerton, Selby, Tadcaster; and additional lands on Westgate Road, the Postern, Ridley Villas, Elswick, (all Newcastle), Darlington, Hornsea and Kirkby Stephen, location plans on O.S. 1 inch 103 NE, 96 NW, 93 SE, 93 SW (2 copies)
(original number 370)

[no title]  Q/D/P/367  29 November 1882

Contents:
South Shields Electric Lighting, Map showing area of supply on 6 inch O.S.
(original number 377)

[no title]  Q/D/P/368  30 November 1882

Contents:
Skipton and Kettlewell Railway, Extension to Darlington Railway by Edgar O. Ferguson (2 copies)
(original number 369)

[no title]  Q/D/P/369  30 November 1882

Contents:
Newcastle and District Sea Water Supply, Pipe from Whitley Links to the Cow Hill Reservoir Newcastle, via Monkseaton, Murton, Chirton, Benton, Fawdon, by Thomas Lloyd and J.P. Spencer (2 copies)
(original number 371)

[no title]  Q/D/P/370  30 November 1882

Contents:
Hartlepools Tramways, from Barn Street to Burn Terrace via Lynn Street, Church Street and Stockton Street with branch along Cleveland Road and Durham Street to Middlesgate Street by A.L. Nimmo and C. Minns (2 copies)
(original number 372)

[no title]  Q/D/P/371  30 November 1882

Contents:
Hartlepools Tramways, from Middlegate Hartlepool, to Nelson Street, West Hartlepool, via Northgate Street, Milbank Crescent, Cleveland Road and Church Street, with branches along Cambridge Road, Stockton Street and Musgrave Street by Lloyd and Spencer (2 copies)
(original number 375)

[no title]  Q/D/P/372  30 November 1882

Contents:
Sunderland Electric Lighting, North Bridge Street,, John Street, Fulwell Road, Bonners Field, Fawcett Street, Bridge Crescent; Matlock Street, Panns Bank by William Milburn. Location plan on 6 inch O.S Sheet 8 (2 copies)
(original number 376)

[no title]  Q/D/P/373  30 November 1882

Contents:
Darlington Electric Lighting, Map showing area of supply on 6 inch O.S
(original number 381)

[no title]  Q/D/P/374  28 November 1883

Contents:
Jarrow Corporation, Purchase of lands at Tyne Street, and Bridge over N.E.R. railway at Jarrow Station by John Petree, surveyor (2 copies)
(original number 378)

[no title]  Q/D/P/375  30 November 1883

Contents:
Stockton and Middlesbrough Corporation Water, Conduit from South Bank to Eston service reservoir, and from High Coniscliffe to Fighting Cocks via Darlington by James Mansergh (2 copies)
(original number 379)

[no title]  Q/D/P/376  30 November 1883

Contents:
Stockton and District Tramways. Extension from Bridge Road, Stockton, to Calvert Street, Middlesbrough, via Mandale Road, etc., by J.W. Grover and J.W. Newton (2 copies)
(original number 380)

[no title]  Q/D/P/377  30 November 1883

Contents:
Hartlepools Tramways Extension, from Church Street to the Seaton Lifeboat House via Mainsforth Terrace and Seaton Road; from Stockton Street to Oxford Street, by Thomas Lloyd and J.P. Spencer (2 copies)
(original number 380)

[no title]  Q/D/P/378  30 November 1883

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, Diversion of road at Rabbit Banks, Gateshead; between Chandless Street and Prior Street, Gateshead; between Tennyson Street and Railway Terrace, Gateshead; additional lands at Hay Street, Monkwearmouth:, near Millfield Station, Bishopwearmouth; and near Black Banks House, Darlington (2 copies)
(original number 382)

[no title]  Q/D/P/379  28 March 1884

Contents:
Jarrow Corporation, Subway under N.E.R. near Jarrow Station by John Pertree, surveyor (2 copies)
(original number 383)

[no title]  Q/D/P/380  1884

Contents:
Hartlepools Tramways, Extensions. As Q/D/P 371 but with written amendments (2 copies)
(original number 384)

[no title]  Q/D/P/381  28 November 1884

Contents:
Hebburn and Walker Steam Ferry, Quays and Landing places near Hebburn Chemical Works by J.P. Spencer (2 copies)
(original number 386)

[no title]  Q/D/P/382  29 November 1884

Contents:
Hartlepool Headland Protection, Sea wall between Heugh Battery and Corporation Road by H. Mair, engineer (2 copies)
(original number 385)

[no title]  Q/D/P/383  30 November 1885

Contents:
South Shields Gas, Compulsory purchase in Tyne Street; landing stage, and branch railway to gasworks, by W.J. Warner (2 copies)
(original number 387)

[no title]  Q/D/P/384  30 November 1885

Contents:
West Durham and Tyne Railway, from Pelton Grange to Dunston via Lamesley, with junction at Derwent Haugh by James W. Salumper (2 copies)
(original number 388)

[no title]  Q/D/P/385  29 January 1886

Contents:
Tees Conservancy, Showing land reclaimed to 1886
(original number 389)

[no title]  Q/D/P/386  30 November 1886

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, from Low Fell station to N.E.R. Redheugh branch near Whickham via High Team and Dunston Forge; from South Pelaw Colliery to Team Valley Railway at Boy Lane: from Pontop and South Shields branch near South Tanfield Colliery to South Pelaw Colliery via Hell Hole Wood, Thornton's Fold, Pelton; deviation at Hemingborough (York) and near Sculcoates Station, Hull; additional lands near Fallowfield Farm, Haswell (2 copies)
(original number 390)

[no title]  Q/D/P/387  30 November 1887

Contents:
Tees Conservancy, Showing works executed by John Fowler, engineer
(original number 391)

[no title]  Q/D/P/388  30 November 1888

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, from Sherburn House Station to Old Elvet, Durham, and proposed new road and subway at Mainsforth Terrace, Stranton (2 copies)
(original number 392)

[no title]  Q/D/P/389  11 April 1889

Contents:
Tees Conservancy, Diversion of Teesside Railway from Seaton Snook to near Greatham Fleet by Frederick Jopling (2 copies)
(original number 393)

[no title]  Q/D/P/390  23 November 1889

Contents:
Darlington Corporation Electric Lighting Area of supply
(original number 394)

[no title]  Q/D/P/391  28 November 1889

Contents:
Hartlepool Gas and Water, Extension of Gasworks, Additional lands between Warren House Farm and Dike House by Martin and Fenwick and Thomas Bower (2 copies)
(original number 395)

[no title]  Q/D/P/392  29 November 1889

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, from Blaydon-Consett railway near Consett Iron Works to the Stanhope-Carrhouse railway; from Stanhope-Carrhouse railway to East Castle's colliery via Carr House, Leadgate; widening and alteration between Felling Station and Pelaw Station; additional lands at Haverton Hill Station, between Seaton Carew and Hartlepool Stations, at Port Clarence Station at Wellington Lane (Bishopwearmouth), on Pontop and South Shields Railway at Boldon, and between Billingham and Seaton Carew Stations; also diversion at Raylan Terrace, Stockton (2 copies)
(original number 396)

[no title]  Q/D/P/393  30 November 1889

Contents:
Newcastle and Gateshead Water, Pipe from the Great Southern Reservoir to Newburn Pumping Station via Spital, Horsley v Wood, Heddon Haugh; new service tank at Beacon Hill, Gateshead; a pipe from Scotswood Road to Ord Street via Beaumont Street, Grey Street and Rye Hill by E. and C. Hawksley
(original number 397)

[no title]  Q/D/P/394  30 November 1889

Contents:
Houghton-le-Spring Railway, from near Houghton Grange to New Penshaw, location plan by R. Elliott Cooper (2 copies)
(original number 398)

[no title]  Q/D/P/395  30 November 1889

Contents:
Stockton and Middlesbrough Corporation Waterworks, Pipe from Lartington filterbeds to High Coniscliffe via Barnard Castle, Harley Hill reservoir, Winston, Gainford, Piercebridge; deviations at Cotherstone, Lartington, Barnard Castle, Longnewton, and East Hartburn, by James Mansergh (2 copies)
(original number 399)

[no title]  Q/D/P/396  30 November 1889

Contents:
Stockton Corporation Electric Lighting Area of supply. O.S. 1 inch sheet 33
(original number 400)

[no title]  Q/D/P/397  30 November 1889

Contents:
Darlington Electric Lighting, Area of supply O.S. 6 inch sheet 55 (2 copies)
(original number 401)

[no title]  Q/D/P/398  27 November 1890

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, The Billingham Curve; improvement of Ryhope curve; improvement of Haswell curve; diversion of Oxbridge Lane, Stockton; additional lands near Ox ridge Lane (near Eaglescliffe Station) North Shore Junction (Stockton), Sedgefield Station, near Ferryhill Station, Rabbit Banks (Gateshead); new footbridge at Ferryhill (2 copies)
(original number 403)

[no title]  Q/D/P/399  28 November 1890

Contents:
(original number 404)

[no title]  Q/D/P/400  29 November 1890

Contents:
South Shields Corporation Electric Lighting, Area of supply on O.S. plan
(original number 405)

[no title]  Q/D/P/401  29 November 1890

Contents:
Sunderland and South Shields Water, New Works, Pipes from service reservoir near Easington to Dalton pumping station; from Stot Fold House pumping station to Jarrow via Silksworth, South and North Hylton, West Boldon, Hedworth by T. and C. Hawksley (2 copies)
(original number 406)

[no title]  Q/D/P/402  27 November 1891

Contents:
Wear Valley Railway Extension, from Stanhope to Wearhead via Westgate by Edward Whyte Lyall, Location plan on 1 inch O.S. (2 copies)
(original number 408)

[no title]  Q/D/P/403  27 November 1891

Contents:
Tees Conservancy, Showing river from South Stockton to Eston light with lands to be reclaimed, and land to be taken at Blue House Point and Ichabol Point by G.J. Clarke (2 copies)
(original number 409)

[no title]  Q/D/P/404  28 November 1891

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, from N.E.R. Port Clarence branch at Haverton Hill church to Billingham Beck via the saltworks and diversion of Billingham Road; subway near Port Clarence Station; road diversion at Primrose Hill farm, Stockton; additional lands at Annfield Plain and Tyne Dock, Jarrow; Pallion level crossing (2 copies)
(original number 411)

[no title]  Q/D/P/405  30 November 1891

Contents:
St. John's Chapel Railway, from N.E.R. Wear Valley Branch at Stanhope to St. John's Chapel by R.L. Cooper, location plan on 1 inch O.S. (2 copies)
(original number 407)

[no title]  Q/D/P/406  30 November 1891

Contents:
Sunderland and South Shields Water Farrington pumping station to Silksworth by T. and C. Hawksley (2 copies)
(original number 410)

[no title]  Q/D/P/407  26 November 1892

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, from N.E.R. Port Clarence branch at Haverton Hill church to Billingham Beck via the saltworks; widening of railway bridge over Bishopton Lane, Stockton; footbridge at Haswell Station; widening of Bridge over Bishopton Lane, Stockton; then as Q/D/P 412 (2 copies)
(original number 413)

[no title]  Q/D/P/408  30 November 1892

Contents:
Durham Coast Railway, from West Hartlepool to Londonderry Railway near Seaham Station via Grindon House Hesledon by R. Elliott Cooper and Martin and Fenwick, location plan on 1 inch O.S., sheet 21 (2 copies)
(original number 412)

[no title]  Q/D/P/409  29 November 1893

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, from N.E.R. Dunston extension at Whickham to Gateshead Station via Bensham; widening of Gateshead and Washington Railway in Brandling Street, Gateshead; from Tanfield branch at Dunston to the Dunston extension at Dunston; from Consett branch to Redheugh branch at Ryton; from N.E.R. at Crimdon to Seaham station; bridge at Luke's Lane, Jarrow; footpath diversion at Ryhope; additional land at Wingate Station, Location plans on 1 inch O.S. (2 copies)
(original number 414)

[no title]  Q/D/P/410  29 November 1893

Contents:
Consett Waterworks, Conduit from Eudon reservoir to Healeyfield via Feldon and Hisehope reservoirs by T. & C. Hawksley (2 plans)
(original number 415)

[no title]  Q/D/P/411  30 November 1893

Contents:
West Hartlepool Electric Lighting Showing borough boundary and streets to be supplied on 6 inch O.S.
(original number 416)

[no title]  Q/D/P/412  30 November 1893

Contents:
Newcastle and Gateshead Water, Catcleugh reservoir, Pipes at Gunnerton: from Great Southern reservoir to Gloucester Street, Elswick, via Horsley Wood, Newburn; from Wylam pumping station to Horsley reservoir; from Newburn to Stella; in Winlaton, Swalwell and Whickham by T. & C. Hawksley (2 copies)
(original number 417)

[no title]  Q/D/P/413  30 November 1893

Contents:
Durham Coast Railway, from West Hartlepool to Londonderry Railway at Ryhope with branch to Seaham by E.H. Moore, Location plan on 1 inch O.S. (2 copies)
(original number 418)

[no title]  Q/D/P/414  18 July 1894

Contents:
Consett Water, Showing extended area of supply and extinguishment, both on 6 inch O.S. (2 plans)
(original number 419)

[no title]  Q/D/P/415  20 November 1894

Contents:
Yorkshire Dales Railway, from Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway near Hellifield to the N.E.R. south of Darlington Station via Winterburn, Linton-in-Craven, through Coverdale, Hipswell, Middleton Tyas by Edgar O. Ferguson, Location plan on 1 inch O.S. sheets 60, 61, 51, 41, 32, 33
(original number 423)

[no title]  Q/D/P/416  28 November 1894

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, Improvement of line between Cowen's Quay, Blaydon and Stella; road diversion at Dunston Staiths; diversion of Stockley Lane, Brancepeth; alteration to Primrose Hill level crossing by J. Wolfe Barry, H. Copperthwaite, C.A. Harrison and W.J. Cudworth (2 copies)
(original number 420)

[no title]  Q/D/P/417  29 November 1894

Contents:
South Shields Corporation, Streetworks at Roman Road, Chapter Row, Dean Lane, Commercial Road, Church Row, South Terrace, between Bath Street and St. Aidan's Road, Ocean Road near Pollard and Wesley Streets, Mile End Road, Fowler Street, Corstorphine Town, extension of Corbridge Street, Thirft Street, Long Row, between Wapping Street and Heron Street, between Wapping Street and Albion Street, between Shadwell Street and Military Road; Tramways from Ocean Road to Green Street via Fowler Street, Westoe Lane and Dean Lane; from Ocean Road to St. Stephen's Churchyard via Mile End Road; from Stanhope Road to Slake Terrace via Boldon Lane from Laygate Lane to Tyne Dock Hotel via Frederick Street, South Eldon Street, Dean Lane; Quays at Sculler Stairs and at the Custom House; Lancs at the Manure Staith in Shadwell Street and the Coastguard station, Pier Parade by Matthew Hall, borough engineer (2 copies)
(original number 421)

[no title]  Q/D/P/418  30 November 1894

Contents:
Hartlepool Electric Tramway, from Cambridge to Foggy Furze via Stockton Road; from Ward Jackson Park to Cleveland Road via Grange Road by Stephen Sellon (2 copies)
(original number 422)

[no title]  Q/D/P/419  26 November 1895

Contents:
Redheugh Bridge, Plan and elevation by J. Watt Sandeman and Moncrieff, engineers (2 copies)
(original number 424)

[no title]  Q/D/P/420  28 November 1895

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, Alteration of Relley Mill Viaduct, Penshaw level crossing, Ryton level crossing, Annfield Plain level crossing; additional land in St. Andrew Auckland; footbridge at Cliff House crossing, West Hartlepool; widening of railway bridge at Hilda Place, Saltburn by J. Wolfe Barry, H. Copperthwaite, C.A. Harrison and J.J. Cudworth (2 copies)
(original number 425)

[no title]  Q/D/P/421  30 November 1895

Contents:
Darlington Extension and Improvement High Row and Tubwell Row by Thomas Smith, borough surveyor (2 copies)
(original number 426)

[no title]  Q/D/P/422  30 November 1895

Contents:
Chester-le-Street and Pelton Parish Lighting Co. Ltd., Area of supply and sites of existing and proposed gasworks, by R.F.W. Cowe, architect and surveyor, On 6 inch O.S. (2 copies)
(original number 427)

[no title]  Q/D/P/423  27 November 1896

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, from Redheugh Branch to Dunston extension at Dunston; widening of railway from Low Fell to Ouston via Birtley; from Billingham Beck to Stockton and Hartlepool branch near Norton; from Port Clarence to Greatham Creek: new roads at Port Clarence, Haverton Hill; footpath at Stillington; substitution of bridge for level crossing at Cliff House Road, West Hartlepool; path at Port Clarence Salt Works; additional lands at Stranton Iron Foundry, Killingworth Station and Southwick by J. Wolfe Barry, H. Copperthwaite, C.A. Harrison and W.J. Cudworth, Location plans on 1 inch O.S. sheets 20, 33 (2 copies)
(original number 428)

[no title]  Q/D/P/424  30 November 1896

Contents:
Middlesbrough, Stockton and Thornaby Tramways. From Vulcan Street, Middlesbrough to Thornfield Road via Albert Road and Linthorpe Road; from Albert Road to Borough Road East via Corporation Road and Marton Road; from Albert Bridge to Vulcan Street; from Linthorpe Road to Newport Road via Parliament Road; from Albert Road to Melbourne Street via Newport Road; from Calvert Street to Norton, via Newport Road, Middlesbrough Road, Bridge Road, Norton Road by J. Clifton Robinson (2 plans)
(original number 429)

[no title]  Q/D/P/425  30 December 1896

Contents:
West Hartlepool Light Railways, from Church Street to Seaton Carew via Mainsforth Terrace and the Coast Road with branch down Burbank Street by Stephen Sellon, Location plan on 1 inch O.S., sheet 27
(original number 430)

[no title]  Q/D/P/426  10 August 1897

Contents:
Hartlepool Extension with copy of provisional order, on 6 inch O.S. sheet 37
(original number 463)

[no title]  Q/D/P/427  2 September 1897

Contents:
West Hartlepool Extension, on 6 inch O.S., sheet 37
(original number 464a

[no title]  Q/D/P/428  26 November 1897

Contents:
Hartlepool Gas and Water, Crookfoot reservoir and pipe to Elwick Road, Stranton, via High Stotfold, Dalton Piercy, Dalton reservoir, Catcots; from Bedlam Gill, Embleton to Hart Reservoir via Elwick by Martin and Fenwick (2 copies)
(original number 431)

[no title]  Q/D/P/429  27 November 1897

Contents:
Darlington Corporation Electric Lighting, Showing areas of supply on 6 inch O.S. sheet 55
(original number 432)

[no title]  Q/D/P/430  29 November 1897

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, deviation of Redheugh Branch from Delta Ironworks to Dunston, with branch to N.E.R. at Dunston Forge and additional line at Dunston Staithes; a spur joining Leeds-Hartlepool branch and Stockton-Castle Eden branch near Eaglescliffe Ironworks; additional lands at Hartlepool Victoria Dock, Murton, Elstob Lane by J. Wolfe Barry, H. Copperthwaite, C.A. Harrison and W.J. Cudworth (2 copies)
(original number 433)

[no title]  Q/D/P/431  30 November 1897

Contents:
Hartlepool Tramways, from Cleveland Road to Church Street by Sydney S. Galsworthy (2 copies)
(original number 434)

[no title]  Q/D/P/432  30 November 1897

Contents:
Seaham Harbour, New docks and pier by H. Hay Wake and P. W. Meik (2 copies)
(original number 435)

[no title]  Q/D/P/433  17 November 1898

Contents:
Hartlepool Corporation Electric Lighting, Street map of Hartlepool borough showing area of supply and site for power station by H.C. Crummock, borough engineer
(original number 436)

[no title]  Q/D/P/434  26 November 1898

Contents:
Durham City Electric Lighting, Showing area of supply on 6 inch O.S., sheet 20 SW
(original number 437)

[no title]  Q/D/P/435  28 November 1898

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, Bridge over the Tyne from Gateshead to Newcastle; line from the Dunston extension to Gateshead station via Bensham; widening of Redheugh Branch in Gateshead; deviation of Seaham and Hartlepool railway at Rise Bridge; bridge at Green Lane, Tyne Dock, and Raglam Terrace, Stockton; additional lands at East Boldon Station, Brockley Whinns Station, from Tyne Dock station to South Shields, Salt Meadows (Gateshead) Derwent Haugh, Cleveland Road (Hartlepool), Norton Station; footpath diversion at Hart Bushes Road (Trimdon), Redworth Road (New Shildon) by J. Wolfe Barry, H. Copperthwaite, C.A. Harrison and W.J. Cudworth, Location plan 1 inch O.S. sheets 20,27 (2 copies)
(original number 438)

[no title]  Q/D/P/436  30 November 1898

Contents:
Sunderland Corporation Tramways, from Fawcett Street to Fawcett Street via High Street, Hulton Road, Kayll Road, Chester Road and Holmside; from North Bridge Street to Ryhope Road via Fawcett Street and Burdon Road; from Fawcett Street to Fawcett Street via High Street, Barrack Street, the Quadrant, and Lawrence Street; from North Bridge Street to Whitburn Road via Roker Avenue; from North Bridge Street to Southwick via Southwick road. By R.S. Rounthwaite, borough engineer, and John F.C. Snow, borough electrical engineer, Location plan on 6 inch O.S.
(original number 439)

[no title]  Q/D/P/437  30 November 1898

Contents:
Stockton and Middlesbrough Waterworks Longnewton reservoir by James Mansergh (2 copies)
(original number 440)

[no title]  Q/D/P/438  30 November 1898

Contents:
Gateshead Electric Lighting, Area of supply on map of Gateshead showing ward boundaries and polling districts by J. Bower, borough engineer
(original number 441)

[no title]  Q/D/P/439  30 November 1898

Contents:
Gateshead and District Tramways, from Argyle Street to Pottery Lane via Brunswick Street; from Gateshead Town Hall to Camilla Street via West Street to Saltwell Lane via Bensham Road; from Bensham Road to Fieldhouse Road via Cotesworth Road: from Sunderland Road to Shipcote Lane via Durham Road by Stephen Sellon, Location plan on 1 inch O.S. Sheet 20 (2 copies)
(original number 442)

[no title]  Q/D/P/440  30 November 1898

Contents:
Middlesbrough, Stockton and Thornaby Electric Tramways, from Bridge Road, Stockton, to Station Road, Eaglescliffe via Yarm Road; from Cargo Fleet Road to Longland Road via Marton Road; from North Ormesby to Bolkow Terrace, Eston, via New Road and Middlesbrough Road; from Albert Bridge to Vulcan Street via Dock Street by J. Clifton Robinson. Location plan on 1 inch O.S. sheet 33
(original number 443)

[no title]  Q/D/P/441  31 May 1899

Contents:
Gateshead and District Light Railways From Askew Road to Ellison Road via Pine Street and Dunston Road; from Old Durham Road to Wrekenton via Sedhouse Bank, by Stephen Sellon, Location plan on 1 inch O.S. sheet 20; 6 inch O.S. sheets 6 NE and 7 NW
(original number 444)

[no title]  Q/D/P/442  31 May 1899

Contents:
Darlington Light Railways, from Darlington Market Place to (i) Hume Terrace via Bank Top (ii) Haughton le-Skerne, from High Row to Harrogate; from Bondgate to Northgate via Spring Gardens; from Bondgate to Cockerton; from High Row to Bank Top Station via Victoria Road by J. Clifton Robinson, on 6 inch O.S.
(original number 445)

[no title]  Q/D/P/443  27 November 1899

Contents:
Felling Urban District Council, Isolation Hospital site at Heworth (High Lane) by Henry Miller, Location plan on 6 inch O.S. (deposited but not signed)
(original number 595)

[no title]  Q/D/P/444  28 November 1899

Contents:
County of Durham Electric Power Supply, Power station at South Shore Road, Gateshead; land to be purchased at North Biddick Road, Harraton (2 copies)
(original number 446)

[no title]  Q/D/P/445  28 November 1899

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, Spur from Consett to Redheugh branches at Derwent Haugh; deviation of Seaham and Hartlepool Railway at Hawthorn Tower; from Hylton, Southwick and Monkwearmouth branch near Hylton Dene Burn to Penshaw branch at Albert Road, Sunderland (including bridge over Wear); widenings between Hylton Station and Ford Paper Works, Diamond Hall and Millfield Station, between Penshaw Junction and Wapping Bridge, Swalwell and Lockhaugh; diversion of Cleveland Road, Hartlepool; additional lands at Shibden Bank at Winlaton, Lowland House at Monkwearmouth, coke ovens at West Stanley, Tharsis Copper Works at Hebburn, Simpasture Junction at Shildon, and Gas Lane at Blaydon by C.A. Harrison and W.J. Cudworth (2 copies)
(original number 447)

[no title or date]  Q/D/P/446

Contents:
South Shields Corporation, Streetworks between Military Road and Beacon Street, at Keppel Street, Commercial Road, Ocean Road (Moseley Street), Mile End Road, Fowler Street, Ellesmere Street, Corstophine Town, extension of Corbridge Street, Drift Street, Wapping Street, Shadwell Street, Sunderland Lane, Smith Street, West Park Road by S.E. Burgess, borough engineer (2 copies)
(original number 448)

[no title]  Q/D/P/447  28 November 1899

Contents:
Barnard Castle Electric Lighting, Area of supply on 6 inch OS., 52 NE, 46 SE
(original number 451)

[no title]  Q/D/P/448  28 November 1899

Contents:
Bishop Auckland Electric Lighting, Area of supply on 6 inch O.S. sheets, 42 NW, NE, 34 SE
(original number 452)

[no title]  Q/D/P/449  28 November 1899

Contents:
Bishop Auckland Electric Lighting Plan showing area of supply
(original number 453)

[no title]  Q/D/P/450  28 November 1899

Contents:
Chester-le-Street Electric Lighting, Area of supply on 6 inch O.S., sheets 12 SE, 18 SW, 20 NW
(original number 454)

[no title]  Q/D/P/451  28 November 1899

Contents:
Jarrow, Hebburn and Felling Electric Lighting, area of supply on 6 inch O.S. sheets, 3 SE, 7 NE, 7 NW, 3 SW
(original number 456)

[no title]  Q/D/P/452  28 November 1899

Contents:
Seaham Harbour Electric Lighting, area of supply on 6 inch O.S., sheet 16 SE and 21 NE
(original number 457)

[no title]  Q/D/P/453  28 November 1899

Contents:
Spennymoor Electric Lighting, area of supply on 6 inch O.S. (6 sheets)
(original number 459)

[no title]  Q/D/P/454  28 November 1899

Contents:
Durham Borough Extension of boundaries on 6 inch O.S. (8 sheets)
(original number 462)

[no title]  Q/D/P/455  29 November 1899

Contents:
Sunderland Corporation, New road between Cornhill Terrace and Inkerman Street in Southwick by Max Am Ende (2 copies)
(original number 449)

[no title]  Q/D/P/456  29 November 1899

Contents:
Tyneside Electric Power, Lands to be purchased at Quality Row at Hebburn, Cross Lane at Whickham and Carrville Station at Wallsend by L.P. Armour, engineer (2 copies)
(original number 450

[no title]  Q/D/P/457  29 November 1899

Contents:
Houghton-le-Spring and District Tramways Prom Houghton to Easington via Hetton-le- Hole and South Hetton; from Houghton to Fencehouses via Colliery Row; from Houghton to Grangetown via New Herrington, New Silksworth and Ryhope with branches from Philadelphia to Penshaw Station and from New Silksworth to Sunderland boundary at Silksworth Lane by D. Balfour & Son, Hadcock and Dykes (2 copies)
(original number 460)

[no title]  Q/D/P/458  30 November 1899

Contents:
Shildon & East Thickley Urban District Lighting, area of supply on 6 inch O.S. sheet 42 SE
(original number 458)

[no title]  Q/D/P/459  30 November 1899

Contents:
West Hartlepool Light Railways, extensions from Cambridge Road to Serpentine Road via Hart Road; from Victoria Road to Eldon Grove via York Road and Park Road; deviation of line on Coast Road by Stephen Sellon, Location plan on 1 inch O.S., sheet 27
(original number 461)

[no title]  Q/D/P/460  30 November 1899

Contents:
Hebburn Electric Lighting, area of supply by J.B. Renton, surveyor
(original number 455)

[no title]  Q/D/P/461  31 May 1900

Contents:
Durham and District Light Railways, from North Road to Frederick Street, Meadowfield, via Sutton Street, the Avenue, Neville's Cross, Langley Moor and John Street by Stephen Sellon, location plan on 1 inch O.S., sheet 26
(original number 464)

[no title]  Q/D/P/462  31 May 1900

Contents:
Jarrow and South Shields Light Railways, from Berkley Street, Jarrow, to High Street Jarrow, via Western Road and Commercial Road; from Oak Street to Staple Road via Albert Road; from Dee Street to Slake Terrace via High Street, Church Bank, Swinburne Street and Jarrow Road, by Stephen Sellon, location on 1 inch O.S., sheet 21
(original number 465)

[no title]  Q/D/P/463  28 November 1900

Contents:
Annfield Plain Electric Lighting, area of supply on 6 inch O.S., sheet 12 NE, NW, SE, SW
(original number 466)

[no title]  Q/D/P/464  28 November 1900

Contents:
Benfieldside Electric Lighting, area of supply on 6 inch O.S., sheet 11 NE, NW, SE, SW
(original number 467)

[no title]  Q/D/P/465  28 November 1900

Contents:
Consett Electric Lighting, area of supply on 6 inch O.S. (4 sheets)
(original number 468)

[no title]  Q/D/P/466  28 November 1900

Contents:
Felling Electric Lighting, area of supply on 6 inch O.S.
(original number 469)

[no title]  Q/D/P/467  28 November 1900

Contents:
Shildon Electric Lighting, area of supply on 6 inch O.S., sheet 42 SE
(original number 470)

[no title]  Q/D/P/468  28 November 1900

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, Spur from Leamside and Ferryhill railway to Pontop and South Shields railway near Usworth station; deviation of Pontop and South Shields from Washington Iron works to Barmston: additional line at Whessoe Lane Crossing, Darlington; additional lands at Scotswood Bridge, Walker Station, Bog Lane (Ouston) Langley Farm (Langley Moor), Southwick Pottery, Bishop Auckland Station, Shotley Bridge Station, at Jarrow Slake (with diversion of river Don) by C.A. Harrison, W.J. Cudworth and T.M. Newell (2 copies)
(original number 471)

[no title]  Q/D/P/469  29 November 1900

Contents:
Cleveland and Durham County Electric Power, lands to be acquired at Witton Park, Malton Colliery, Knitsley Lane, Hutton Henry Colliery, Ricknall Lane (Preston-le-Skerne), Brotton, Haverton Hill and Middlesbrough by Bramwell and Harris and A.A. Campbell Swinton (2 copies)
(original number 472)

[no title]  Q/D/P/470  30 November 1900

Contents:
Gateshead Corporation, Plan and sections of street improvements at Cotesworth Road, Sodhouse Bank, Woodbine Street, West Street by James Bower, borough surveyor (2 copies)
(original number 473)

[no title]  Q/D/P/471  30 November 1900

Contents:
Shields Transporter Bridge from Howard Street, Tynemouth, to Mile U End Road, South Shields, with elevation and note on Tyne Bridges, by F. Arnodin and C.H. Gadsby (2 copies)
(original number 474)

[no title]  Q/D/P/472  30 November 1900

Contents:
South Shields Extension, plan showing borough boundaries and buildings erected since 1895 on 6 inch O.S.
(original number 475)

[no title]  Q/D/P/473  31 May 1901

Contents:
South Shields, Sunderland and District Light Railways, from Fulwell quarries to Ocean Road, South Shields, via Cleadon, Cleadon Laws, Harton; from Cleadon to Whitburn Road, Sunderland, via Moor Lane, Sea Lane and Whitburn Bents by Stephen Sellon, location plan on 1 inch O.S., sheet 21
(original number 476)

[no title]  Q/D/P/474  26 November 1901

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, additional lands at Pallion glassworks, Seaham Collier Station, Harmire Road (Barnard Castle) Lower Thams Street (South Shields) Tyne Dock Station, Stella Gill by C.A. Harrison, W.J. Cudworth and T.M. Newell
(original number 477)

[no title]  Q/D/P/475  28 November 1901

Contents:
Stanley and Tanfield Electric Lighting, area of supply on 6 inch O.S.
(original number 169)

[no title]  Q/D/P/476  28 November 1901

Contents:
North and South Shields Electric Railway, from Wellington Street, Tynemouth, to Stanhope Street, South Shields, via tunnel under Tyne and Mile End Road, by W.R. Galbraith, C.H. Gadsby, and N.H. Dalrymple Hay (2 copies)
(original number 479)

[no title]  Q/D/P/477  28 November 1901

Contents:
Leadgate Electric Lighting, area of supply on 6 inch O.S., sheets 11 SE and SW, 18 NW and NE
(original number 480)

[no title]  Q/D/P/478  29 November 1901

Contents:
Stockton Rural District Council, Area of supply on 6 inch O.S. sheets 44 NW and NE, 45 NW and NE, 50 NW, NE, SW and SE, 51 NW, NE, SE and SW, 55 NE, 56 NW and NE
(original number 481)

[no title]  Q/D/P/479  29 November 1901

Contents:
South Shields Corporation, Tramways from Pier Parade to Boldon Lane via Ocean Road, King Street, Commercial Road, Slake Terrace with branch from Coronation Street to Commercial Road via Station Road, Green Street and Laygate Lane; from Mile End Road to Dean Road via Westoe Road, Laygate Lane, Frederick Street and South Eldon Street; from Laygate Lane to Boldon Lane via Stanhope Road; from Westoe Road to Fowler Street via Mowbray Road, Sea Road, and Ocean Road, Some associated street-works and widening, Compulsory purchase of land between Penny Pie Stairs and Tyne Flint Glassworks by S.E. Burgess, borough engineer (2 copies)
(original number 482)

[no title]  Q/D/P/480  29 November 1901

Contents:
Tyne Improvement Commission, Landing stages for the 1d and ½d ferries at Market Place, North Shields to Comical Corner and Hallam House Ham, South Shields: also stages for Whitehill Point ferry from Penny Pie Stairs, South Shields, to Albert Edward Dock, Tynemouth by James Walker, engineer (2 copies)
(original number 483)

[no title]  Q/D/P/481  29 November 1901

Contents:
Weardale and Shildon District Waterworks Burnhope reservoir with pipe to Four Lane Ends, Healeyfield, via Ireshopeburn, Westgate, Stanhope, Rowley Station; branch from Dam Plantation, Stanhope, to Durham Road, Wolsingham; plan of intended Bishop Oak reservoir, Wolsingham by T. & C. Hawksley (2 copies)
(original number 484)

[no title]  Q/D/P/482  29 November 1901

Contents:
Sunderland Corporation Tramways, from Fulwell Road to Roker Avenue via Gladstone Street; from Hulton Road to Palermo Street via Pallion Road by John F.C. Snell, John W. Moncur (2 copies)
(original number 485)

[no title]  Q/D/P/483  30 November 1901

Contents:
South Shields, Sunderland and District, tramways as in Q/D/P 473 (2 copies)
(original number 486)

[no title]  Q/D/P/484  30 November 1901

Contents:
Consett Waterworks, Tramroad from Beldon reservoir the Stanhope Waskerley mineral branch via Uzzels Hill, Cuthbert's Hill, Bolt's Law and Weatherhill & Rookhope Railway; shows intended Beldon reservoir and pipes to Honeyhill filterbed, Muggleswick via Newbiggin, Blanchland, Edmundbyers; pipes from pumping station at Presser Lead Mine to Smidelyshaw reservoir by T. and C. Hawksley (2 copies)
(original number 487)

[no title]  Q/D/P/485  30 November 1901

Contents:
Blaydon Electric Lighting, area of supply on 6 inch O.S., sheets 5 NE, NW, SW, SE, 6 NW and SW, 2 SW
(original number 488)

[no title]  Q/D/P/486  30 November 1901

Contents:
Chester-le-Street Electric Lighting, area of supply on 6 inch O.S., sheets 18 NW and SW, 12 SE, 19 NE, 20 NW
(original number 489)

[no title]  Q/D/P/487  27 November 1902

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, deviation from Dunston Extension Railway to Low Fell station; additional lands between Railway Terrace and Frank Street (Gateshead) at Tanfield Lea, Gateshead Workhouse, Blaydon Station, Corbridge Station, Back North Bridge Street (Sunderland), Norton, Haverton Hill, Cargo Fleet (Middlesbrough); by C.A. Harrison, W.J. Cudworth and T.M. Newell, diversion of footpath at Ramshaw, location plan on 1 inch O.S., sheet 20
(original number 490)

[no title]  Q/D/P/488  28 November 1902

Contents:
South Shields Corporation, as in Q/D/P 479 with minor amendments (2 copies)
(original number 491)

[no title]  Q/D/P/489  28 November 1902

Contents:
Auckland Rural Electric Lighting, area of supply on 6 inch O.S., sheets 33 NW, NE, SW, SE; 34 NW, NE, SW, SE; 32 SW, SE; 35 SW; 40 NW, NE, SE; 41 NW, NE, SW, SE; 42 NW, NE, SW, SE; 43 NW; 47 NE; 48 NW, NE, SW
(original number 492)

[no title]  Q/D/P/490  28 November 1902

Contents:
Whickham Electric Lighting Order, area of supply on 6 inch O.S., sheets 2 SE, SW; 6 NW, NE, SW
(original number 493)

[no title]  Q/D/P/491  28 November 1902

Contents:
South Shields Rural Electric Lighting, area of supply on 6 inch O.S., sheets 4 NW, SW, SE; 3 SE; 7 NW, NE; 8 NW, NE
(original number 494)

[no title]  Q/D/P/492  28 November 1902

Contents:
Gateshead Corporation, Streetworks at Union Place, Sodhouse Bank, Cotesworth Road, Liddle Terrace, Swinburne Street, Park Lane by James Bower, borough surveyor (2 copies)
(original number 495)

[no title]  Q/D/P/493  28 November 1902

Contents:
South Shields, Sunderland and District Tramways, from Cleveland Street, South Shields, to Sea Lane, Whitburn via Westoe Road, Harton, Cleadon Laws, Cleadon, Whitburn, Whitburn Bents, by Stephen Sellon (2 copies)
(original number 496)

[no title]  Q/D/P/494  27 November 1903

Contents:
South Shields Gas, landing stage; railway siding at gas works by T.H. Duxbury, location on 1 inch O.S., sheet 21 (2 copies)
(original number 497)

[no title]  Q/D/P/495  28 November 1903

Contents:
Sunderland Districts Electric Lighting, area of supply on 6 inch O.S., sheets 7 SE ,NE; 8 NW, NE, SW; 13 NE, SE; 14 NW, NE, SW, SE; 20 NW, NE, SW, SE; 21 NW, SW
(original number 498)

[no title]  Q/D/P/496  28 November 1903

Contents:
Newcastle Corporation, tramway from Elswick Station to Blaydon Station via Scotswood Road and Scotswood Bridge Road with loop in Blaydon through Church Street, Gordon Street, Tyne Street; other tramways in Newcastle and through Longbenton and Killingworth, Streetworks in Elswick (East Terrace) and Benton Bridge, plans of Ouseburn Valley 'scheme', improvements at Malmo Wharf and the Kangaroo Soap Works by Fred J. Edge, engineer (2 copies)
(original number 499)

[no title]  Q/D/P/497  30 November 1903

Contents:
Bishop Auckland, Shildon and Spennymoor Tramways, from Shildon to Market Place Bishop Auckland via New Shildon Road, Tindle Crescent and Watling Street; from Victoria Street; Bishop Auckland to Sunderland Bridge via Canney Hill, Middlestone Moor, Spennymoor, Tudhoe, with branch from Coundon Gate to Coundon; from Newgate Street, Bishop Auckland to Etherley via Tenter Street and Etherley Lane; branch from Tindle Crescent to West Auckland, by D. Balfour and sons, location plan on 6 inch O.S., sheets 26, 34, 42
(original number 500)

[no title]  Q/D/P/498  30 November 1903

Contents:
Houghton-le-Spring and District Electric Lighting, area of supply on 1 inch O.S. sheets 21, 27 and in detail on 6 inch O.S., sheets 13 SE; 14 SE, SW; 20 NE, SE; 21 NE NW, SW, SE; 27 NE, SE; 28 NE, NW, SE, SW; 29 NW, SW; 35 NW; 36 NW, NE, SW SE; 37 NW (2 copies)
(original number 501)

[no title]  Q/D/P/499  30 November 1902

Contents:
Sunderland Corporation, Tramways from Bridge Street to High Street via West Wear Street and Bedford Street; from Harbour View to Roker Terrace via Roker Park Road and Baths Road by John F. Snell and John W. Moncur, including plan of Sunderland by W.J. Moncur, borough engineer, (1901) (2 copies)
(original number 502)

[no title]  Q/D/P/500  18 November 1904

Contents:
South Shields Gas Company and Newcastle and Gateshead Gas Company, Line of demarcation and of supply O.S. 6 inch, sheet 3 SW SE; 7 NW, NE, at Hebburn by Frederick William Fison
(original number 503)

[no title]  Q/D/P/501  29 November 1904

Contents:
Durham Districts Electric Lighting, area on 6 inch O.S., sheets 6 (all); 7 (all); 12 NE, NW, SE; 13 (all); 19 NE, SE; 20 (all); 21 SW; 26 (all); 27 (all); 28 NE; 34 NW; 35 NW, NE
(original number 504)

[no title]  Q/D/P/502  29 November 1904

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, Bensham Curve diversion of Lobley Hill incline; widening at Coulthard's Lane, Gateshead; dock at Hartlepool; additional lands near Tow Law Football Ground and Edward Street, Blaydon; diversions of road at Witton Park and of footpath between High Team and Low Fell Station by C.A. Harrison, W.J. Cudworth and T.M. Newell (2 copies)
(original number 505)

[no title]  Q/D/P/503  30 November 1904

Contents:
Sunderland and South Shields Water Pipes from Old Acres Bridge at Butterwick to North Hill, Easington, via Murton Hulam, Monk Hesledon, Little Thorpe; from Wellfield Station to Millbank Plantation, Shotton; pipes at Sunderland (Chester Terrace, North, Lambton Railway) by T. and C. Hawksley (2 copies)
(original number 506)

[no title]  Q/D/P/504  30 May 1905

Contents:
Ryhope, Seaham, Murton & South Hetton Light Railways, from Ryhope Green to South Hetton via Seaham Dene, Seaham (North Terrace, Castlereagh Road, Vane Terrace, California Street), Dalton-le-Dale, New Hesledon, Murton (Durham Place) by Harper Bros. and D. Balfour and Son, location plan on 1 inch O.S., sheets 21 and 27
(original number 507)

[no title]  Q/D/P/505  28 November 1905

Contents:
Ryton Urban District Electric Lighting, area of supply on 6 inch O.S. 1 SW, SE; 2 SW; 6 NW; 5 NW, NE
(original number 508)

[no title]  Q/D/P/506  28 November 1905

Contents:
Mid-Durham Electric Lighting, area of supply on 6 inch O.S., sheets 25 NE, SE; 26 (all); 27 SW; 33 NE; 34 NW, NE
(original number 509)

[no title]  Q/D/P/507  30 November 1905

Contents:
Seaham Harbour Electric Lighting, area of supply on 6 inch O.S., sheets 14 SE and 21 NE
(original number 510)

[no title]  Q/D/P/508  30 November 1905

Contents:
Middlesbrough and West Hartlepool Light Railway, from Middlesbrough (Albert Road) to West Hartlepool (York Road) via a conveyor bridge over the Tees, Haverton Hill Road, Cowpen Bewley (Marsh Lane) Greatham, Stranton Grange and West Hartlepool (Stockton Road) by Eady and Fretch, civil engineer, Hansard and Watson, electrical engineers, location plan on 1 inch O.S., sheets 27 and 33
(original number 511)

[no title]  Q/D/P/509  29 November 1906

Contents:
Tyne Improvement, lands to be acquired at Ryton (Moore Court), Tynemouth (New Pier) by Sir John Wolfe Barry and Messrs. Goode Son and Matthews, and James Walker (2 copies)
(original number 512)

[no title]  Q/D/P/510  30 November 1906

Contents:
Middlesbrough Corporation, Transporter Bridge from Haverton Hill Road to Ferry Road Middlesbrough by Alfred J. Collin and G.C. Imbault (2 copies)
(original number 513)

[no title]  Q/D/P/511  28 November 1907

Contents:
Blaydon and Ryton Water (Transfer), Strip of land along the Garesfield and Chopwell Railway at Chopwell, and the Victoria Garesfield Colliery Railway; pipes from West Wylam Colliery to West Kyo reservoir via Adderlane Gill; small plans of West Kyo reservoir area by Robert Askwith and Alfred L. Forster (2 copies)
(original number 514)

[no title]  Q/D/P/512  28 November 1907

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, Spur from Leamside and Ferryhill Railway to Pontop and South Shields Railway at Washington; alteration of Monkwearmouth, Hylton and Southwick line at Southwick; branch from Stockton-Hartlepool line to Central Zinc company's Wark at Seaton Snook; extension at Hart Station; diversion of River Don at Tyne Dock, Jarrow;
additional lands at Bishop Auckland (Station Terrace), West Hartlepool (Hart Road), Redheugh Sheet Iron & Steel Works, Monkwearmouth (Redby House),Stockton (Lustring Beck). diversion of Darlington (Honey Pot Lane); land required at Darlington (Alliance Street), Middlesbrough, Towton and Kiplingcotes by C.A. Harrison and W.J. Cudworth, location plans on 1 inch O.S., sheets 21, 27 and 33 (2 copies)
(original number 515)

[no title]  Q/D/P/513  28 November 1908

Contents:
Gateshead and District Tramways, Along Saltwell Road; Durham Road to Low Fell; Springwell Road by Edward D. Fitzmaurice, location plan on 1 inch O.S., sheet 20 (2 copies)
(original number 516)

[no title]  Q/D/P/514  28 November 1908

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, from Derwent Haugh Branch to Delta Iron Works at West Dunston, with footpath diversion; diversion of Long Newton Road at Dinsdale, and of road at Hedworth Lane; additional lands at Aycliffe Station, West Hartlepool (Clarence Road), Shildon Sewerage Works, Stockton (North Shore Junction), Wallsend (Point Pleasant), Menthorpe and Broomfleet by C.A. Harrison, W.J. Cudworth and T.M. Newell
(original number 517)

[no title]  Q/D/P/515  July 1909

Contents:
Tees Valley Water, drainage areas and area of supply on 1 inch O.S., sheets 31, 32, 33 and 34
(original number 521)

[no title]  Q/D/P/516  1 November 1910

Contents:
Durham County Council, school sites at Annfield Plan (Shield Row), Great Lumley and Oxhill (Bessy Hill) (5 copies)
(original number 520)

[no title]  Q/D/P/517  28 November 1910

Contents:
Hebburn Urban District Council, new Street between Argyle Street and Ash Street; lands liable to improvement charge by H. Paterson, surveyor to the Council, location plan on 6 inch O.S., sheets 3 (part) and 7 NE (2 copies)
(original number 518)

[no title]  Q/D/P/518  29 November 1910

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, diversion of Princess Road, Seaham Harbour with subway, additional lands near Scotswood Station, Derwent Haugh, Tyne Dock, Low Westwood, Monkwearmouth (Sheep Folds), Ferryhill Station, Hartlepool Cemetery, Norton Station, Aycliffe Station, Thornley Station, Billy Row, near Gateshead Workhouse, Boldon Mill, Hartlepool (Friendship Lane), Darlington (Saltburn Junction) and at Hull, South Park and Hutton Gate (Yorkshire) by C.A. Harrison, C.F. Bengough, and T.M. Newell (2 copies)
(original number 519)

[no title]  Q/D/P/519  November 1911

Contents:
Durham County Council, school sites at Blackhall Mill (Pear Tree House), West Cornforth (High Street), East Hetton (2 copies)
(original number 522)

[no title]  Q/D/P/520  November 1911

Contents:
Tees Conservancy, Road from Port Clarence to Seaton Carew via Greatham Creek; heightening of training walls alongside navigable channel between Cargo Fleet Iron Co. Wharf and river mouth by D.J. Clarke (2 copies)
(original number 523)

[no title]  Q/D/P/521  November 1911

Contents:
West Hartlepool Corporation, Tramways from Church Street to Nelson Street via Lynn Street; branch from Musgrave Street to Grange Road, via Park Road, York Road and Elwick Road, with other branches to Victoria Road and Stockton Road and tramway in Church Square by Nelson F. Dennis, borough engineer (2 copies)
(original number 524)

[no title]  Q/D/P/522  27 November 1912

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, spur from Tyne Commissioners Line at Derwent Haugh to Derwent Haugh branch; line from Stockton-Hartlepool Railway at Stockton to Billingham Beck Branch via Victoria Place; alteration of Lanchester Valley Branch at Knitsley Viaduct; new footpath at Stockton Station; bridge and street works at West Hartlepool; Pelton (Pelton Road Level Crossing); additional lands at Bowden Close, Ferryhill Station, South Pelaw Bridge, West Hartlepool, along Durham-Sunderland Railway from Sherburn House Station to Sunderland (Prospect Row) and Haswell branch from South Hetton Station to Murton Moor East Farm; additional lands at Darlington. C.A. Harrison, W.J. Cudworth and T.M. Newell, location plans on 1 inch O.S. (2 copies)
(original number 525)

[no title]  Q/D/P/523  26 November 1913

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, Additional lands at Aycliffe (Ricknall Lane), Seaton Carew (Station Hotel), Jarrow (Grange Road West), along Tanfield branch from U East Tanfield Collieries to Marley Hill; additional lands at Darlington (Faverdale House), Cockerton (Risecar Farm and Cockerton Grange) by C. A. Harrison, C.F. Bengough and C. Watson (2 copies)
(original number 526)

[no title]  Q/D/P/524  28 November 1913

Contents:
North and South Shields Railway (Underground), from Willington Street, North Shields, to Queens Theatre, South Shields by John Portsmouth, engineer, Location plan on 1 inch O.S., sheet 15 (2 copies)
(original number 528)

[no title]  Q/D/P/525  29 November 1913

Contents:
Tees Valley Water Board, Pipe from Barnard Castle (Galgate) to existing conduit via Green Lane; from Normanby (Cleveland Street) to Nunthorpe reservoir via Ormesby by James Mansergh (2 copies)
(original number 527)

[no title]  Q/D/P/526  26 November 1914

Contents:
Sunderland Corporation, Wearmouth Bridge, Plans from High Street West to North Bridge Street by Baker and Hurtzing and John W. Moncur, borough engineer, Location plan on 6 inch O.S., Sheet 8 SW (2 copies)
(original number 529)

[no title]  Q/D/P/527  28 November 1914

Contents:
Spennymoor and Tudhoe Gas, Lands to be acquired in Thomas Street and Church Street, Spennymoor, adjacent to gasworks by Corbet, Woodall and Son (2 copies)
(original number 530)

[no title]  Q/D/P/528  30 November 1914

Contents:
South Shields Corporation, Tramways from Ocean Road to Wellington Street via Mile End Road; from Dean Road to the Harton boundary via Sunderland Road. Street improvements at Thrift Street, Green Lane Railway Bridge, New Quay near Mercantile Marine Offices, by L. Roseveare, borough engineer (2 copies)
(original number 531)

[no title]  Q/D/P/529  30 November 1914

Contents:
Weardale and Consett Water, Burnhope reservoir with pipe to Wheatley reservoir via Irehopeburn, Westgate, Stanhope, Redgate, Inkerman, Cornsay, Lanchester, Tramway from Burnhope reservoir to Wearhead Station, Pipe from Square House, Lanchester, to hill top via Quebec and Esh by T. & C. Hawksley, Tramroad location plan on 1 inch O.S., sheet 25 (2 copies)
(original number 532)

[no title]  Q/D/P/530  28 November 1917

Contents:
Wear Navigation and Sunderland Dock Enlargement of graving dock near South Pier by William Simpson (2 copies)
(original number 533)

[no title]  Q/D/P/531  30 November 1917

Contents:
South Shields Gas, Stoping up of Hood Street by T.H. Duxbury (2 copies)
(original number 534)

[no title]  Q/D/P/532  28 November 1918

Contents:
Sunderland Gas, Lands to be acquired at Ryhope (Spelter Works Road) and adjacent to Ayres Quay Gas Works by Charles Dru Drury (2 copies)
(original number 535)

[no title]  Q/D/P/533  29 November 1918

Contents:
Hartlepool Gas and Water Company. Works at Dalton Piercy reservoir, Crookfoot reservoir via Elwick, Work at Hurworth Burn reservoir by Martin and Fenwick, engineers (2 copies)
(original number 536)

[no title]  Q/D/P/534  29 November 1918

Contents:
Middlesbrough Corporation, Tramways from Stockton borough boundary to Port Clarence railway station via Haverton Hill Road; and other lines in Middlesbrough by S.E. Burgess, borough engineer (2 copies)
(original number 537)

[no title]  Q/D/P/535  29 November 1918

Contents:
Stockton Corporation, Tramways from Norton Road to Transporter Bridge at Port Clarence via Garbutt Street, Portrack Lane, Haverton Hill Road, Port Clarence Road by T.P. Frank, borough engineer (2 copies)
(original number 538)

[no title]  Q/D/P/536  31 March 1919

Contents:
West Hartlepool Corporation, Tramways from Brenda Street to Greatham Creek via Seaton with spur to join Light Railway terminus at Seaton Carew, Location plan on 1 inch O.S., sheets 27, 33 by Nelson F. Dennis (2 copies)
(original number 539)

[no title]  Q/D/P/537  28 September 1919

Contents:
South Shields Corporation Light Railway, from Westoe to Whitburn Road by Major L. Roseveare, borough engineer, Location plan on 6 inch O.S., sheets 4 NW, SW; 8 NW
(original number 539a)

[no title]  Q/D/P/538  28 November 1919

Contents:
Weardale and Consett Water Company, Pipe from Eastgate House to Smiddy Shaw reservoir via Waskerley reservoir with pipes from Maiden Law to Wheatley Hill reservoir and from Mount Pleasant reservoir to Low Waterhouse via Waterhouse by T. and C. Hawksley (2 copies)
(original number 540)

[no title]  Q/D/P/539  28 November 1919

Contents:
Tees Valley Water Board, Pipe from Railway Terrace at Grange town to Grange- town Station via Bolkow Road, Bessemer Street and New Station Road; from Grange Road to Kirkleatham; from Cargo Fleet Lane to Ormesby; from Sadberge reservoir to Billingham Grange via Fox Hill, Whinney Hill, Ouston Moor, Ragworth, Norton, Billingham; Longnewton reservoir by James Mansergh (2 copies)
(original number 541)

[no title]  Q/D/P/540  28 November 1919

Contents:
Tyne Improvement from South Pier Works, South Shields to Frenchman's Bay, South Shields by R.F. Hindmarsh, Location plan on 1 inch O.S., sheet 15 (2 copies)
(original number 542)

[no title]  Q/D/P/541  1919

Contents:
Tees Conservancy, Training Walls at the Seal Sands (2 copies)
(original number 543)

[no title]  Q/D/P/542  28 November 1919

Contents:
Newcastle Corporation, Tramways to Wellington Street, Gateshead, and in Newcastle; streetworks in Longbenton and Walker by W.J. Steele, Location plan on 1 inch O.S. (coloured) sheet & (2 copies)
(original number 544)

[no title]  Q/D/P/543  26 November 1920

Contents:
North Eastern T Railway, Deviation at Dunston; spur from the Dunston-Gateshead branch to the Dunston branch at Bensham; widening of line between Seaton Snook and Greatham; widening from Belasis Lane Level Crossing, Billingham, to Haverton Hill; widening of York-Newcastle Railway, Park-gate junction to Springfield (Darlington); from Black Banks to Croft Junction; additional lands at East Tanfield Colliery, Gateshead East Station, Tod Point Road (Redcar) by C.F. Bengough (2 copies)
(original number 545)

[no title]  Q/D/P/544  29 November 1920

Contents:
Sunderland and South Shields Water, Pipe from South Wingate pumping station to Shot ton pumping Station via Hutton Henry, Castle Eden, Reservoirs at Mickle Hill, Easington and Down Hill, Boldon, Pipe from Ryhope pumping station to Deptford, Pipes at High Southwick, New Hesledon and land at Seaham pumping station by Alfred B.E. Blackburn and Edward Sandeman (2 copies)
(original number 546)

[no title]  Q/D/P/545  29 November 1920

Contents:
South Shields Corporation, Streetworks at Leam Lane, Wenlock Road Railway Bridge by F.P. Sissons, borough engineer (2 copies)
(original number 547)

[no title]  Q/D/P/546  30 November 1920

Contents:
Durham County Transport, from Gateshead (Chowdean Lane) to Spennymoor High Street via Birtley, Chester-le-Street, Chester Moor, Plawsworth, Framwellgate Moor, Aykley Heads Durham, Langley Moor, Browney Colliery, Croxdale and Tudhoe; from Framwellgate Moor to Neville's Cross Bank via Farewell Hall Road; Sunderland Road (Felling) to Jarrow (High Street) via Shields Road and Victoria Road; from Jarrow (Albert Road) to Sunderland (North Bridge Street) via Bede Burn Road, Boldon Colliery (Hubert Street) (Langholm Road) and Fulwell Quarry by Albert E. Brookes, county surveyor, and Stephen Sellon & Partners, with diagramatic plan also including trolley routes (2 copies)
(original number 548)

[no title]  Q/D/P/547  28 November 1921

Contents:
Wear Navigation and Sunderland Dock, Works in Hendon Dock Channel and South Outlet by Allan Crombie (2 copies)
(original number 552)

[no title]  Q/D/P/548  29 November 1921

Contents:
Sunderland and South Shields Water, Pipes from h East Rainton (Four Lane Ends) to Stonygate reservoir via Houghton-le-Spring; pipe from Four Lane Ends to reservoir at Easington via Rainton Bridge, Easington Lane, South Hetton by Alfred B.E. Blackburn and Edward Sandeman (2 copies)
(original number 549)

[no title]  Q/D/P/549  29 November 1921

Contents:
Durham County Water Board, Pipe from Burnhope Reservoir to East Rainton (Four Lane Ends) via Ireshopeburn, Westgate, Eastgate, Stanhope, Crook, Leamside with branch from Killhope Burn by T.& C. Hawksley, Henry Robinson, engineers (2 copies)
(original number 551)

[no title]  Q/D/P/550  29 November 1921

Contents:
Jarrow Extension & Improvement. Monkton Terrace Bridge widening and improvement to Bede Burn Road by J. Scott Weir (2 copies)
(original number 550)

[no title]  Q/D/P/551  25 November 1922

Contents:
Tees Valley Water. From Grassholm reservoir to Lartington filter beds via Mickleton, Romaldkirk, Copperstone; from Billingham Mill Lane to Haverton Hill (Clarence Street) by James Mansergh and Sons and Hugh Wilson (2 copies)
(original number 553)

[no title]  Q/D/P/552  12 December 1922

Contents:
Sunderland Ring Road, from Mount Road to Ryhope Road with gradient section on 25 inch O.S. 14.2 (no deposit entry)
(original number 598)

[no title]  Q/D/P/553  26 March 1923

Contents:
West Hartlepool Corporation, New road between Seaton Lane and Middlesbrough Road by Francis Durkin, borough engineer. With plan showing proposed trolley vehicle routes (2 copies)
(original number 555)

[no title]  Q/D/P/554  23 April 1923

Contents:
Seaham Harbour Dock, Extension by J Mitchell Moncrieff & partners (2 copies)
(original number 556)

[no title]  Q/D/P/555  27 November 1923

Contents:
North Eastern Railway, spur from Hartburn Junction to Darlington-Saltburn Railway, all at Stockton; additional lands at Derwent Haugh (near Delta Ironworks), Stockton Bank signal box, Leamside, Sunderland Gas-works, Blyth (Northumberland), Willington Quay (Northumberland) and Nafferton (Yorkshire) by C.F. Bengough and J.R. Nicholson, Location plan on 1 inch O.S., sheet 33 (2 copies)
(original number 554)

[no title]  Q/D/P/556  28 November 1923

Contents:
London & North Eastern Railway, footpath diversions at Stockton (Darlington Lane) and Derwent by C.F. Bengough, C.J. Brown and J. Millar (2 copies)
(original number 557)

[no title]  Q/D/P/557  25 March 1924

Contents:
Stockton Corporation Gas, land for Gasworks at Yarm on 25 inch O.S., sheet 56.2, and area of supply on 1 inch O.S., sheet 33
(original number 557a)

[no title]  Q/D/P/558  7 April 1924

Contents:
Newcastle & Gateshead Gas, area of supply on 1 inch O.S.
(original number 558a

[no title]  Q/D/P/559  15 April 1924

Contents:
Newcastle & Gateshead Bridge from Gateshead (High Street) to Newcastle (Pilgrim Street) by Goode, Fitzmaurice, Wilson & Mitchell; Mott, Hay and Anderson; W.J. Stable, City Engineer (2 copies)
(original number 558)

[no title]  Q/D/P/560  28 October 1924

Contents:
Sunderland Corporation Light Railways, from Holmeside to Chester Road; from New Durham Road to Barnes Park Road, Deviations in Silksworth Lane and Derwent Street by A.R. Dason, tramway engineer, location plan on 6 inch O.S.
(original number 558a)

[no title]  Q/D/P/561  14 July 1925

Contents:
Darlington Electricity Extension, area of supply on 6 inch O.S.
(original number 559b)

[no title]  Q/D/P/562  28 November 1925

Contents:
Harton Coal Co. Ltd. Railway from South Shields (Westoe Lane Station) to Whitburn Colliery via Marsden, Location plan on 6 inch O.S., sheet 4
(original number 594)

[no title]  Q/D/P/563  30 November 1925

Contents:
North and South Shields Light Railway, from Tynemouth (Howard Street) to South Shields (Palatine Street) by E.W. Chalmers Kearney, location plan on 1 inch O.S., sheet 15
(original number 599)

[no title]  Q/D/P/564  25 March 1926

Contents:
South Durham Districts Electricity, area of supply and compulsory works on 6 inch O.S., sheets 27, 35 NE, 36 NE, 42, 43, 44, 45, 48, 49, 50, 51, 55, 56, 57, 58
(original number 558b)

[no title]  Q/D/P/565  30 November 1926

Contents:
Sunderland Corporation, Deep water quay by T.P. Collinge, borough engineer, location plan on 1 inch O.S., sheet 21 (2 copies)
(original number 559)

[no title]  Q/D/P/566  8 September 1927

Contents:
Newcastle & Gateshead Gas, Area of supply on 1 inch O.S. and land for gasworks in North Shields on 25 inch O.S.
(original number 559c)

[no title]  Q/D/P/567  27 November 1928

Contents:
Sunderland Corporation Light Railway Extension, from Durham Road to Scruton Avenue, by A.R. Dason and T. Inglis Rudman, location plan on 6 inch O.S.
(original number 559a)

[no title]  Q/D/P/568  27 November 1928

Contents:
London & N.E.R. Additional lands from Coxhoe Bridge Station to Wingate Station; from Sherburn House Station to Eppleton cottages; from South Moor Colliery to South Shields (Green Lane East); from South Hetton Station to Sunderland; from Brockley Whins to Whitburn Blue House by J. Miller
(original number 559d)

[no title]  Q/D/P/569  26 April 1928

Contents:
Wear Valley Electricity, area of supply and compulsory works on 6 inch O.S., sheets 15-17, 23-25, 30-33
(original number 560)

[no title]  Q/D/P/570  1 June 1928

Contents:
Jarrow East End Light Railway, from LNER (Newcastle-South Shields Branch) near Catherine Street to Shell Mex Co. works by Thomas Hanning, location plan on 6 inch O.S., sheet 3 SE
(original number 561)

[no title]  Q/D/P/571  29 November 1929

Contents:
Stockton Corporation, Street from Paradise Row to Portrack Lane; conduit at Blair's Old Shear Legs Walk; New Street from Grangefield Road to Webster Street; works in Dovecot Street; railway at Corporation Quay; land in Smith Street by J.P. Wakeford, borough engineers, and William Minehead
(original number 562)

[no title]  Q/D/P/572  29 November 1929

Contents:
Tees Valley Water, Pipe from Lartington filter beds to Broken Scar pumping station, Baydale Bridge, via Barnard Castle, Westwick, Whorlton; from Broken Scar pumping station to Sadberge reservoir via Darlington (Coniscliffe Road, Geneva Road) and Fighting Cocks; from Fighting Cocks to Normanby service reservoir via Low Goose Pool and Ormesby; from Grangetown to a Service reservoir via Eaton Sanatorium; from Woodland Cottage to Bowesfield Lane via Weatbourne Terrace, Leeds Street and Palmerston Street by George R. Collinson (2 copies)
(original number 563)

[no title]  Q/D/P/573  29 November 1929

Contents:
Tees (Newport) Bridge (with engineers' drawings) by Mott, Hay & Anderson (2 copies)
(original number 564)

[no title]  Q/D/P/574  30 November 1929

Contents:
Darlington Corporation, Weir near Corporation Waterworks; street works in Parkgate, and Bridge Terrace by Ernest Minors, Borough Surveyor (2 copies)
(original number 565)

[no title]  Q/D/P/575  3 April 1930

Contents:
Hartlepool Gas and Water Co., Works at Dalton reservoir by James Mansergh (2 copies)
(original number 566)

[no title]  Q/D/P/576  26 May 1930

Contents:
North Crook Electricity, Area of supply and compulsory works on 25 inch O.S., sheets 33.4 and 34.1 (deposited but not signed)
(original number 597)

[no title]  Q/D/P/577  26 March 1931

Contents:
Sunderland Corporation Light Railway, from Roker Baths Road to Gladstone Street by Charles A. Hopkins and T. Inglis Rudman, location plan on 6 inch O.S., sheet 8 SW
(original number 566a)

[no title]  Q/D/P/578  20 November 1932

Contents:
Sunderland Gas Draft Special Order, Extension of area of supply on 1 inch O.S., sheet 21
(original number 566b)

[no title]  Q/D/P/579  20 November 1933

Contents:
North & South Shields Railway, Underground line from Mile End Road, South Shields, to Rudyard Street, North Shields including station by E.W. Chalmers Kierney (2 copies)
(original number 567)

[no title]  Q/D/P/580  20 November 1933

Contents:
Durham County Water Board, Pipes at Heathery Bridge, Wearhead, and Burnhope reservoir by Henry Robinson and T.& C. Hawksley, location plan on 6 inch O.S., sheet 22 (2 copies)
(original number 568)

[no title]  Q/D/P/581  20 November 1934

Contents:
Easington Rural District Council, Acquisition of land for pleasure gardens near Crimdon by D. Balfour & Sons, Civil Engineers (2 copies)
(original number 569)

[no title]  Q/D/P/582  20 November 1934

Contents:
Sunderland Corporation, Streetworks at Dean Lane, Burdon Road; tramway along Dean Lane and Dykelands Road to Whitburn Road; tramway from Sea Lane to North Guards via Whitburn Road by T.P. Collinge, Borough Engineer (2 copies)
(original number 570)

[no title]  Q/D/P/583  26 February 1936

Contents:
Sunderland Gas, Area of supply on 1 inch O.S., sheets 21 and 27, lands for gasworks at Washington on 25 inch O.S., sheet 13.3
(original number 570a)

[no title]  Q/D/P/584  27 June 1936

Contents:
Hartlepool Gas, Extension of supply on 1 inch O.S. sheets 27 and 33
(original number 575)

[no title]  Q/D/P/585  8 July 1936

Contents:
Durham Gas, Special Order, area of supply on 1 inch O.S., sheets 20, 21, 26, 27 and gasworks at Framwellgate waterside on 25 inch O.S., sheet 27.1 (Durham City)
(original number 571)

[no title]  Q/D/P/586  22 February 1937

Contents:
Newcastle and Gateshead Gas Co., Lands to be transferred from South Shields Co. on 25 inch O.S., sheets 3.11, 3.12, 4.5 and 2.16, Areas of supply and gasworks sites on 1 inch O.S., sheets 14, 15, 20, 21, 26 and 27
(original number 578)

[no title]  Q/D/P/587  25 March 1937

Contents:
Stanley & District Gas Company, Special Order, shows gasworks area on 25 inch O.S., sheets 12.6 and 12.10, Area of supply on 1 inch O.S., sheet 20
(original number 572)

[no title]  Q/D/P/588  19 May 1937

Contents:
Darlington Corporation Gas Special Order, Area of supply on 1 inch O.S. (Popular edition) sheet 14, shows site of Darlington gasworks on 25 inch O.S. sheet, 55.6
(original number 576)

[no title]  Q/D/P/589  November 1937

Contents:
Stockton Corporation, Extension of gas limits, Area of supply on 1 inch O.S., sheets 27, 33, 18
(original number 573)

[no title]  Q/D/P/590  19 November 1937

Contents:
Stockton Corporation, Acquisition of lands between Bishopton Lane and High Street; railway between warehouse in Silver Street and L.N.E.R. at Church Road; crossings of Portrack Lane and Norton Road by J.P. Wakeford, Borough Engineer, Location plan on 6 inch O.S.
(original number 574)

[no title]  Q/D/P/591  1 December 1938

Contents:
Darlington Corporation Gas Special Order, Area of supply as in Q/D/P 588, Gas station at Merrybent on 25 inch O.S., sheets 54.8 and 54.12
(original number 577)

[no title]  Q/D/P/592  20 March 1939

Contents:
North and South Shields Light Railway (Kearney Tube), as in Q/D/P 579
(original number 579)

[no title]  Q/D/P/593  24 November 1944

Contents:
North Eastern Electric Supply Company Ltd, Kepier Power Station, site plans and elevations by Sir George Gilbert Scott
(original number 596)

[no title]  Q/D/P/594  24 November 1944

Contents:
Tyne Tunnel, from Wallsend to the A184 at Boldon (near West House) by Mott, Hay and Anderson (2 copies)
(original number 580)

[no title]  Q/D/P/595  22 May 1953

Contents:
Wear Commissioners, Alterations to quay line between Manor Quay and North Sands Shipbuilding yard, and between Wylam Wharf and Corporation Quay by R.S. Cobden (Copy marked 'to be deposited')
(original number 583)

[no title]  Q/D/P/596  21 March 1956

Contents:
Tyne Tunnel, Substituted works between East Howden (Brinkburn Street) and Jarrow (St. Paul's Street) by Mott, Hay and Anderson
(original number 582)

[no title]  Q/D/P/597  19 November 1956

Contents:
Durham County Council, Barmston - Coxgreen footbridge
(original number 584)

[no title]  Q/D/P/598  13 November 1958

Contents:
British Transport Commission, Lamesley marshalling yards with location plan (2 copies)
(original number 585)

[no title]  Q/D/P/599  20 November 1959

Contents:
Tyne Tunnel, from Wallsend to Jarrow, with associated works by Mott, Hay and Anderson (2 copies)
(original number 587)

[no title]  Q/D/P/600  17 November 1961

Contents:
Scotswood Bridge, with associated works, from Newburn (Denton Road) to Blaydon by Mott, Hay and Anderson
(original number 586)

[no title]  Q/D/P/601  20 November 1961

Contents:
British Transport Commission, Repeater station at Ferryhill (Merrington Road) (2 copies)
(original number 588)

[no title]  Q/D/P/602  13 November 1964

Contents:
British Railways, Additional lands at Follingsby and Stockton-on-Tees by E.L. Triffitt, engineer (2 copies)
(original number 589)

[no title]  Q/D/P/603  12 November 1965

Contents:
British Railways, Additional lands between Flat Bridge Road and the Billingham Beck branch; footpath diversion at Stockton by H. Ormiston
(original number 590)

[no title]  Q/D/P/604  19 November 1965

Contents:
Tees Valley and Cleveland Water, Proposed reservoir on Widdy Bank Fell with access roads by Sandeman, Kenard & Partners (2 copies)
(original number 591)

[no title]  Q/D/P/605  28 June 1966

Contents:
Tees Valley and Cleveland Water Act (interpretation), Plan of access road
(original number 592)

[no title]  Q/D/P/606  1 October 1813

Contents:
Turnpike road from Newcastle to Morpeth with branches to Stakeford on River Wansbeck, South Blyth and Fisher Lane
(original number 593)

[no title]  Q/D/P/607  November 1972

Contents:
Tyneside Metropolitan Railway; Plan (2 copies) and book of reference

[no title]  Q/D/P/608  November 1973

Contents:
River Wear Barrage at Washington and Houghton-le-Spring; plan and book of reference

[no title]  Q/D/P/609  May 1923

Contents:
City of Durham, Reconstruction of Market Place, Claypath, Gilesgate and Silver Street

[no title]  Q/D/P/610  23 November 1863

Contents:
River Wear Improvement of Navigation, Proposed New Quay Line from Hylton to the Sea by Thomas Meik

VERDICTS OF JURIES ON COMPENSATION  Q/D/US/1-Q/D/US/5  1837 - 1869

Contents:
Many of the acts authorising public works include provision for setting disputes over compensation for the purchase of land or for damage arising from the proposed works. Under the Land Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845 a jury from the neighbourhood of the works could make inquiry into and settle disputes concerning claims of over £50. Such inquiries were usually initiated by the company concerned rather than individual claimants. The jury was summoned by the sheriff and made its inquisition before him, or sometimes, after 1870, before the coroner. Copies of the verdict of the jury assessing the sums to be paid in compensation had to be deposited with the Clerk of the Peace together with the warrants to the sheriff to summon the jury. Records usually refer to the plot reference marked on the deposited plan.

[no title]  Q/D/US/1  20 December 1837

1 file

parchment

Contents:
Assessment of compensation to be paid by Great North of England Railway Company to Robert Gill of Black Banks, Darlington, brick maker, for purchase of copyhold land

[no title]  Q/D/US/2  15 November 1842

1 file

parchment

Contents:
Assessment of purchase price to be paid by Great North of England Railway Company to William Walters, ironmonger, for cottage, drying sheds and kiln at Darlington

[no title]  Q/D/US/3  31 December 1849

1 membrane

parchment

Contents:
Part of assessment concerning compensation to be paid by York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway Company to Elizabeth Hall for part of Pollards, St. Andrew Auckland

[no title]  Q/D/US/4/1  12 October 1849

1 file

parchment

Contents:
Assessment of compensation to be paid by Darlington Gas and Water Company to Ann Allan for purchase of land

[no title]  Q/D/US/4/2  August 1850

1 file

parchment

Contents:
Assessment of compensation to be paid by Sunderland Dock Company to the trustees under the will of John George Lambton, Earl of Durham, for various properties. Includes schedule of properties and plan showing area from Shore Road and Barracks, to Hendon Baths

[no title]  Q/D/US/5/1  June 1868

1 membrane

parchment

Contents:
Assessment of compensation to be paid by North Eastern Railway Company to Thomas Drewett Drewett and trustees of the National Provident Institution

[no title]  Q/D/US/5/2  October 1869

1 membrane

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Contents:
Assessment of compensation to be paid by N.E. Railway Co. to Thomas Drewett Drewett and trustees of the National Provident Institution for land in Hedworth, Monkton and Jarrow

[no title]  Q/D/US/5/3  April 1870

1 file

Contents:
Assessment of compensation to be paid by N.E. Railway Co. to trustees of John Hogg, deceased, for land in Norton

[no title]  Q/D/US/5/4  April 1870

1 membrane

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Contents:
Assessment of compensation to be paid by N.E. Railway Company to George Gilpin Brown for land in Stockton township

[no title]  Q/D/US/5/5  September 1870

1 file

Contents:
Assessment of compensation to be paid by Corporation of Sunderland and Matthew Robinson for part of dwelling house

[no title]  Q/D/US/5/6  October 1870

1 file

Contents:
Assessment of compensation to be paid by N.E. Railway Company to Mary Ann Pickering for land at Stockton

[no title]  Q/D/US/5/7  December 1870

1 file

Contents:
Assessment of compensation to be paid by Corporation of Sunderland to George Henry Wheeler for house in Sunderland

[no title]  Q/D/US/5/8  April 1872

1 membrane

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Assessment of compensation to be paid by Corporation of Sunderland to William Barron for properties in Baines Lane, Sunderland

[no title]  Q/D/US/5/9  December 1874

1 file

Contents:
Assessment of compensation to be paid by N.E. Railway Company to John Scott, deceased, and Thomas Metcalfe for property in Union Street, Bishopwearmouth

[no title]  Q/D/US/5/10  May 1875

1 membrane

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Assessment of compensation to be paid by N.E. Railway Company to Thomas Garbutt for land in Stockton

[no title]  Q/D/US/5/11  May 1875

1 membrane

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Contents:
Assessment of compensation to be paid by N.E. Railway Company to John S. Sutton for land in East Hartburn

[no title]  Q/D/US/5/12  May 1875

1 file

Contents:
Assessment of compensation to be paid by Hylton, Southwick and Monkwearmouth Railway Company to Joseph Milner for land in Southwick

[no title]  Q/D/US/5/13  August 1876

1 membrane

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Contents:
Assessment of compensation to be paid by North Eastern Railway Company to Daniel Lynch for house in Union Street, Bishopwearmouth

[no title]  Q/D/US/5/14  August 1876

1 membrane

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Contents:
Assessment of compensation to be paid by N.E. Railway Company to George Watson for house in Union Street, Bishopwearmouth

[no title]  Q/D/US/5/15  August 1876

1 membrane

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Assessment of compensation to be paid by N.E. Railway Company to Thomas Twizell and Robert Youll for shop in Union Street, Bishopwearmouth

[no title]  Q/D/US/5/16  September 1876

1 membrane

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Assessment of compensation to be paid by N.E. Railway Company to William Carter for houses and buildings in Union Street and Union Square, Bishopwearmouth

[no title]  Q/D/US/5/17  September 1876

1 membrane

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Assessment of compensation to be paid by N.E. Railway Company to Robert Smart for house and buildings in Union Street, Bishopwearmouth

[no title]  Q/D/US/5/18  December 1876

1 membrane

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Assessment of compensation to be paid by N.E. Railway Company to trustees under the will of Mary Heath, deceased, for houses etc. in Westoe

[no title]  Q/D/US/5/19  March 1879

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Assessment of compensation to be paid by N.E. Railway Company to James Johnson for houses etc. in Ann Street, Hannah Street, East Place and Old Market, in West Hartlepool and Stranton

[no title]  Q/D/US/5/20  November 1879

1 membrane

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Assessment of compensation to be paid by N.E. Railway Company to Thomas Wakefield for two houses at Willington

ACCOUNTS OF COMPANIES AND TRUSTS  Q/D/UA  [n.d.]

Turnpike Trust Accounts  Q/D/UA/1-Q/D/UA/87  1865 - 1879

1 file

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Contents:
Turnpike trustees were required by the Turnpike Act, 1822, to deposit statements of account annually with the Clerk of the Peace for public inspection. This requirement was extended in 1845 to other trusts and companies by the Companies Clauses Act. Charitable trusts were required to deposit accounts from 1853.

[no title]  Q/D/UA/1-4  1865, 1868, 1870, 1875

Contents:
Allendale (Northumberland)

[no title]  Q/D/UA/5-14  1865, 1867, 1868 - 1874

Contents:
Alston

[no title]  Q/D/UA/15-16  1866, 1875

Contents:
Bishopwearmouth to Norton

[no title]  Q/D/UA/17-23  1866 - 1872

Contents:
Catterick Bridge to Durham

[no title]  Q/D/UA/24-25  1865, 1867

Contents:
Darlington: Angel Inn to Barton Lane

[no title]  Q/D/UA/26-46  1865, 1868 - 1888

Contents:
Derwent to Shotley Bridge

[no title]  Q/D/UA/47-51  1865, 1867 - 1870

Contents:
Durham to Tyne Bridge

[no title]  Q/D/UA/52-59  1865, 1867 - 1873

Contents:
Edmundbyers

[no title]  Q/D/UA/60-64  1865, 1867 - 1871

Contents:
Gateshead to Hexham

[no title]  Q/D/UA/65-69  1865, 1867 - 1869, 1872

Contents:
Lobley Hill

[no title]  Q/D/UA/70  1865

Contents:
South Shields

[no title]  Q/D/UA/71-79  1865, 1867 - 1869 1871, 1873, 1875 - 1877

Contents:
Stockton to Middlesborough

[no title]  Q/D/UA/80  1865

Contents:
Sunderland to Durham

[no title]  Q/D/UA/81  1866

Contents:
Wearmouth Bridge to Tyne Bridge

[no title]  Q/D/UA/82-86  1865, 1867-1870

Contents:
West Auckland

[no title]  Q/D/UA/87  1869

Contents:
Winston Bridge

Company Accounts  Q/D/UA/88-Q/D/UA/112  1866 - 1922

[no title]  Q/D/UA/88-107  1866 - 1884

17 booklets

printed

Contents:
Company accounts, Tees Conservancy

[no title or date]  Q/D/UA/108

Contents:
Number not used

[no title]  Q/D/UA/109-111  1904

2 files

Contents:
Company accounts, County of Durham Electric Power Supply Company

[no title]  Q/D/UA/112  1922

2 booklets

Contents:
Company accounts, Electricity Commissioners

Improvement Commissioners' Accounts  Q/D/UA/113-Q/D/UA/122  1870 - 1879

[no title]  Q/D/UA/113-122  1870 - 1878/79

10 papers

printed

Contents:
West Hartlepool Improvement Commissioners accounts

Charitable Trusts Accounts  Q/D/UA/123-Q/D/UA/180  1864 - 1880

[no title]  Q/D/UA/123  1864

1 booklet

Contents:
Auckland, St. Andrew, Apprentice Fund accounts

[no title]  Q/D/UA/124  1864

1 booklet

Contents:
Auckland, St. Andrew, Lord Crewe's Charity, for poor boys accounts

[no title]  Q/D/UA/125  1864

1 booklet

Contents:
Auckland, St. Andrew, Pearson's Nutty Hag, and Longstaff's Charities, accounts

[no title]  Q/D/UA/126  1864

1 booklet

Contents:
Auckland, St. Andrew, Wall's Charity, accounts

[no title]  Q/D/UA/127  1864

1 booklet

Contents:
Bishop Auckland, Bede's House, accounts

[no title]  Q/D/UA/128-140  1865 - 1877

13 booklet

Contents:
Donnison School, Sunderland, accounts

[no title]  Q/D/UA/141-142  1865, 1866

2 booklet

Contents:
Lady Freville's Charity, Sedgefield and Bishop Middleham, accounts

[no title]  Q/D/UA/143-153  1866 - 1876

11 files

Contents:
Maritime Institution, Bishopwearmouth, accounts

[no title]  Q/D/UA/154-174  1865 - 1885/86

12 papers
7 files

Contents:
Prissick Schools, Hartlepool (founded by John Wells, by deed of trust, 1835), accounts

[no title]  Q/D/UA/175-180  1869, 1873, 1875, 1877 - 1879

6 papers

Contents:
Spearman's Charity accounts

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