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Description: Row of 4 Stones on Longframlington Newton on the Moor Boundary
Date Listed: 15 September 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 236835
OS Grid Reference: NU1283505502
OS Grid Coordinates: 412835, 605502
Latitude/Longitude: 55.3434, -1.7992
LONGFRAMLINGTON SNOOK BANK
NU 10 NW
NU 12670580 to 12940542
1/166 Row of 4 stones
Newton on the Moor
Boundary stones, c.1830. Cut sandstone. Segmental-topped pillars 0.6 to 0.7
metre high with incised letters WSD on south-west and C on north-east. These
stone delineate the north-east side of a trapezoidal area of moorland; the
letters probably stand for air William Davison of Swarland, landowner 1829-
1873 and the Cook family of Newton Hall, who assumed the name Widdrington in
1840. The north-west side of the area is formed by the Longframlington/
Edlingham boundary, the stones there being listed under Edlingham parish.
Listing NGR: NU1283505502
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Source: English Heritage
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