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Description: Inscribed Stone About 60 Metres South of Hauxley Hall
Date Listed: 15 September 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 236809
OS Grid Reference: NU2788003030
OS Grid Coordinates: 427880, 603030
Latitude/Longitude: 55.3206, -1.5622
HAUXLEY HIGH HAUXLEY
NU 20 SE
8/140 Inscribed stone
c.60 metres south
of Hauxley Hall
Inscribed stone, early C19. Rectangular sandstone block 0.70 x 0.50 metres
and 1.30 metres high. Incised inscription on north face:
of the Hauxley Property
to its Hereditary Course
By the zeal and exertions
of the Rev. Joseph Cook
of Newton Hall
Through the Medium
of a Suit
In the Court of Chancery
Commenced Jan 1798
Terminated May 1809.
Historical note: The stone is in error: this field was not part of the
patrimonial estate of the Widdringtons but was purchased by them in 1762 from
Kirton's mortgagees (Northumberland County History V p.308).
Listing NGR: NU2788003030
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Source: English Heritage
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