Durham Bishopric Halmote Court Records: Maps
Introduction
The Bishop of Durham's Halmote Court
Bibliography

Catalogue

Reference code: GB-0033-DHC
Title: Durham Bishopric Halmote Court Records: Maps
Dates of creation: 1686-1833
Extent: 175 metres, plus maps
Held by: Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections
Origination: records of the Halmote Court, which administered the copyhold land and the tenants thereof belonging to the Bishopric of Durham, located mainly in Co. Durham but also in Northumberland and Yorkshire between about 1500 and 1952 when the the Court's office was finally closed.
Language: English; Latin.

The Bishop of Durham's Halmote Court

The records of the Halmote Court, the copyhold court of the Bishops of Durham, were brought to the Prior's Kitchen at the end of 1953. Before that date they were in the Halmote Court Office, 50 North Bailey, in the care of Mr. T Downes. Mr. Downes, whom the occasional searcher remembers and quotes, had done the work of the office for years, but when he died in 1953 all work in drawing up compensation agreements for turning copyholds into freeholds had finished, the Durham Colleges had taken over much of the space in the building and the Halmote Court Records were used mainly by enquirers such as solicitors searching for title or local councils interested in inclosure awards.
The Halmote Court Records form only a part of the records of the Bishops of Durham, though a well defined class, apart from the Bishops' financial, chancery and other records. The Halmote Court was not wound up in 1836 with the ending of the Palatinate, and almost all the records remained at Durham, while business was carried on until the late 1940s. Some Halmote documents must have been taken from the repository on Palace Green to London with the other Bishops' records, to reappear in Durham with the deposit in the Prior's Kitchen of the Church Commission documents. This would explain why, for example, some Halmote alienation fines, or Halmote presentments, appear in the Church Commission records and lists (in such cases cross references have been given). A substantial number of Halmote Court Records bear Church Commission accession numbers, but this does not mean they were taken to London Court Office. There was a considerable traffic in documents between the Church Commission and Durham, Durham being in the nature of a sub-office of the Church Commissioners, and anything sent from Durham to the Church Commissioners received an accession number. All the Halmote Court Books, for example, bear an accession number received in this way.
The work of the Halmote Court was mainly in transferring copyhold property from tenant by means of surrender and admittance. These transactions appear in the Halmote Court Books, and the original surrenders and the enrolments in the Court Books form the bulk of the Halmote Court Records. The majority of enquiries are either about copyhold tenements, necessitating the use of the Halmote Court Books, or about inclosure awards.
All queries about copyhold tenements are best answered from the Halmote Court Books and not from the original surrenders, many of which are either lost or so badly preserved as to be impossible to consult. Up to 1720 the method of enrolling is chronological. After 1720 each division has its own series of court books going up to 1925 when copyhold tenure was abolished and the Court began to wind up its business by drawing up compensation agreements turning copyholds into freeholds. Each copyhold tenant has what is known as a "call number", usually abbreviated to, for example, "c.94" and on each transfer of property an entry was made in the appropriate Call Book. (Call Books are listed with Miscellaneous Books). Theoretically, the history of a copyhold tenement ought to be traceable back to the 17th century but this would certainly be extremely difficult and time consuming . The expansion of, for example, Sunderland and Stockton in the late 19th and early 20th centuries led to a multiplicity of calls as large tenements were split up. When being asked to trace a specific transaction in the Court Books, one of two situations will arise:-
1. when all the information (names, tenements, call number and date) is given. In this case it is relatively simple to find the entry in the Court Books, usually by the index of names of surrenderers and admittees which most have. If there is no index the court entries are chronological within the townships of each division.
2. when one or more items of information is missing. In this case the method to be adopted will depend on what information is given, but with a combination of court book, call book, patience and time, the court entry should eventually be found. The case of having only the address or description of the tenement needs special mention. In this case the 25" O.S. maps need to be used. All copyhold tenements should be marked on the 25" sheets and bear the call number. Once the call number is known, reference to the call book will reveal the dates of the transactions concerning the property in question, and these can then be found in the Court Books.

Accession details

The Durham Bishopric Halmote Court records were deposited by the Church Commission in 1953.

Bibliography

John Gutch, Collectanea curiosa (2 vols, 1781), vol. 2, pp. 76-165 prints an introduction to the history of Durham from Bodleian Carte MS 193, which includes detailed lists of Durham Halmote Court and Chancery Records.

Durham Bishopric Estates Halmote Court: maps and plans
Reference: GB-0033-DHC11
Dates of creation: mostly 19th and early 20th century.
Extent: ca. 1,300 maps and 15 volumes
6 inch/1 mile Ordnance Survey of County Durham 1862-1865
DHC11/I/A
Key to 6 inch and 25 inch Ordnance Survey of Durham.
DHC11/I/B
Plan of Sunderland and District.
DHC11/I/1
Ryton. Crawcrook.
DHC11/I/2
Blaydon. Gateshead. Newcastle.
DHC11/I/3
Gateshead. South Shields. Jarrow.
DHC11/I/4
South Shields. Souter Point.
DHC11/I/5
Chopwell. High Spen.
DHC11/I/6
Whickham. Burnopfield.
DHC11/I/7
Washington. West Boldon.
DHC11/I/8
Whitburn. Sunderland.
DHC11/I/9
The Derwent Valley above Edmondbyers.
DHC11/I/10
Edmondbyers. Muggleswick.
DHC11/I/11
Consett. Dipton.
DHC11/I/12
Anfield Plain. Lanchester. Urpeth.
DHC11/I/13
Chester-le-Street. Houghton-le-Spring.
DHC11/I/14
Burdon. Tunstall. Seaham.
DHC11/I/15
Allenheads. Nenthead.
DHC11/I/16
Hunstanworth. Boltshaw.
DHC11/I/17
Healeyfield. Waskerley.
DHC11/I/18
Cornsay. Satley. Butsfield.
DHC11/I/19
Witton Gilbert. Lanchester.
DHC11/I/20
Framwellgate Moor. Hetton-le-Hole.
DHC11/I/21
Easington. Seaham. Dalton-le-Dale.
DHC11/I/22
Ireshope Burn. Upper Weardale.
DHC11/I/23
St. John's Chapel. Eastgate.
DHC11/I/24
Stanhope. Frosterley.
DHC11/I/25
Wolsingham.
DHC11/I/26
Brancepeth.
DHC11/I/27
Durham City. Sherburn.
DHC11/I/28
Shotton. Castle Eden. Littlethorpe.
DHC11/I/29
Monk Hesleden.
DHC11/I/30
Langdon Beck. Upper Teesdale.
DHC11/I/31
Snowhope Moor. Bollihope Common.
DHC11/I/32
Wolsingham South Moor.
DHC11/I/33
Witton-le-Wear. Hamsterley.
DHC11/I/34
Spennymoor. Willington.
DHC11/I/35
Bishop Middleham. Merrington. Cornforth. Coxhoe.
DHC11/I/36
Trimdon. Fishburn. Hutton Henry.
DHC11/I/37
Hartlepool.
DHC11/I/38
Windybank Fell. Upper Teesdale.
DHC11/I/39
Middleton in Teesdale.
DHC11/I/40
Eggleston and Langley Dale Commons.
DHC11/I/41
Cockfield.
DHC11/I/42
Bishop Auckland. South Church. St. Helen Auckland.
DHC11/I/43
Rushyford. Bradbury. Sedgefield.
DHC11/I/44
Sedgefield. Wolviston.
DHC11/I/45
Cowpen. Greatham.
DHC11/I/46
Egglestone.
DHC11/I/47
Staindrop. Cheatham.
DHC11/I/48
Heighington. Killerby. Walworth.
DHC11/I/49
Aycliffe. Stainton. Brafferton.
DHC11/I/50
Norton. Stockton.
DHC11/I/51
Billingham. Middlesborough.
DHC11/I/52
Barnard Castle.
DHC11/I/53
Winston. Whorlton.
DHC11/I/54
Gainford. Piercebridge. Coniscliffe.
DHC11/I/55
Darlington. Haughton.
DHC11/I/56
Egglescliffe. Aislaby. Long Newton.
DHC11/I/57
Hurworth. Dinsdale. Sockburn.
DHC11/I/58
Aislaby.
Books of reference to 25 inch Ordnance Survey
DHC11/II/1
Auckland Ward, containing plans and indices to the parishes of Whitworth, Heighington, St. Helen Auckland, St. Andrew Auckland.
DHC11/II/2
Chester-le-Street parish plan and index; Whickham parish, plan only.
DHC11/II/3
Chester Ward, containing plans and indices to the parishes of Kimblesworth, Ryton, Whitburn, Boldon, Chester-le-Street. The last is another copy of No. 2.
DHC11/II/4
Darlington Ward, containing plans and indices to the parishes of Haughton-le-Skerne and Darlington.
See also Church Commission Bishopric deposit, plan 703, for book of reference to parish of Darlington.
DHC11/II/5
Easington Ward, containing plans and indices to the parishes of Durham St. Oswald, St Mary-le-Bow, St Mary-the-less, St Nicholas, the College (extra parochial) and Durham Castle and Precincts (extra parochial); Merrington, Bishop Middleham, Sedgefield, Easington.
DHC11/II/6
Gainford parish, plan and index.
DHC11/II/7
Hamsterley parish and detached parts (chiefly Woodland township) of Cockfield parish, plan and index.
DHC11/II/8
Houghton Ward, containing plans and indices to the parishes of Monk Wearmouth, Bishop Wearmouth, Sunderland and Houghton-le-Spring.
DHC11/II/9
Houghton-le-Spring parish, index and plan.
DHC11/II/10
Lanchester Ward, containing plans and indices to the parishes of Witton Gilbert, and Lanchester (in two parts).
DHC11/II/11
Stockton Ward, containing plans and indices to the parishes of Norton and Stockton-on-Tees.
See also Church Commission Bishopric deposit, plan 702, for book of reference to parish of Norton.
DHC11/II/12
Washington parish, plan and index.
DHC11/II/13
Whickham parish, index only.
For plan see No. 2 (Chester-le-Street parish).
DHC11/II/14
Wolsingham Ward, containing plans and indexes to the parishes of Witton-le-Wear, Hamsterley, Cockfield (detached parts only, chiefly Woodland township) and Wolsingham.
DHC11/II/15
Edmondbyers parish (photocopy).
25 inch/1 mile Ordnance Survey of County Durham
Reference: DHC11/III Besides the 6 inch Ordnance Survey Maps covering the whole of County Durham, the Halmote Court Records contain a large number of 25 inch Maps covering a large part, but by no means all, of the County. These maps were used a great deal in the working of the Halmote Office and many bear colourings and markings such as call numbers placed on them in the Office. The numbers in brackets are the numbers of the 6 inch Maps. Each 6 inch Map was divided into 16 squares and the unbracketed numbers refer to these squares. By reference to the Key Map (in the 6 inch/1 Mile List) and to this list it can be ascertained whether a 25 inch Map is here for any part of the County. The dates beside the map numbers are the dates the map was printed.
A card index of all maps held is kept, so that it is possible to find and compare maps in other collections.

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A copy of the 1857 edition is below, Miscellaneous maps and plans, DHC/10/V/157.
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3   1896
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10   1921
13   1921
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2   1921
3   1857
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8   1857
8   1896
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10   1897
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13   1856
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14   1896
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5   1919
6   1857
6   1896
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9   1896
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4   1857
8   1857
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Another copy of this plan, marked with call numbers, is below, Miscellaneous maps and plans, DHC/10/V/148.
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A copy of the 1919 edition is below, Miscellaneous maps and plans, DHC/10/V/158.
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Another copy of this is below, Miscellaneous maps and plans, DHC/10/V/158.
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11   1897
11   1921
12   1857
12   1897
12   1921
13   1857
13   1897
13   1921
14   1857
14   1897
14   1921
15   1857
15   1897
16   1857
16   1897
16   1921
16   1921
(42)
1   1857
1   1920
1   1920
1
Inland Revenue
2   1857
2   1920
2   1920
2
Inland Revenue
3   1857
3   1920
4   1857
4   1920
4
Inland Revenue
4
Inland Revenue
5   1857
5   1919
6   1857
6   1920
6
Inland Revenue
7   1857
7   1920
8   1857
9   1857
9   1920
10   1857
10   1920
11   1857
11   1920
12   1857
12   1920
13   1857
13   1919
14   1857
14   1857
14   1920
15   1857
15   1920
16   1857
16   1920
(43)
1   1857
3   1857
3   1847
3   1910
4   1857
4   1857
4   1919
4
Inland Revenue
5   1857
6   1857
7   1857
8   1857
8   1857
8   1919
8
Inland Revenue
9   1857
9   1919
10   1857
11   1857
12   1857
12   1919
13   1857
13   1919
15   1857
16   1857
(44)
1   1857
1   1918
1
Inland Revenue
2   1857
2   1918
3   1857
5   1857
5   1918
5
Inland Revenue
6   1857
6   1918
7   1857
9   1857
9   1918
10   1857
13   1857
14   1857
15   1857
(47)
4   1857
4   1857
(48)
1   1857
1   1917
2   1857
2   1857
2   1917
3   1857
3   1918
4   1857
4   1918
6   1917
7   1857
7   1918
8   1857
8   1918
10   1917
11   1857
12   1857
12   1857
12   1857
13   1857
15   1857
16   1857
16   1857
16   1857
(49)
1   1857
5   1857
5   1857
5   1916
6   1917
9   1857
9   1917
10   1857
10   1916
11   1857
12   1857
13   1857
13   1915
14   1857
14   1915
15   1857
15   1916
16   1857
16   1916
(50)
2   1857
2   1857
2   1918
3   1857
3   1918
4   1857
4   1919
6   1857
6   1918
7   1857
7   1857
7   1918
7   1918
8   1856
8   1918
8   1918
8
Inland Revenue
8
Inland Revenue
10   1857
10   1918
11   1857
11   1897
11   1916
12   1857
12   1919
12   1919
12   1919
12
Inland Revenue
12
Inland Revenue
14   1857
14   1918
15   1857
15   1918
16   1857
16   1915
(51)
5   1856
5   1915
9   1856
9   1917
10   1856
13   1856
13   1916
13   1929
(54)
1   1856
3   1856
4   1856
4   1856
4   1915
8   1856
8   1914
12   1856
12   1914
(55)
1   1856
1   1915
2   1856
2   1915
3   1856
3   1915
4   1856
4   1915
5   1856
5   1915
5
Inland Revenue
6   1856
6   1856
6   1915
6   1915
6
Inland Revenue
6
Inland Revenue
7   1856
7   1916
8   1856
9   1856
9   1915
9   1915
10   1856
10   1915
11   1856
12   1856
13   1856
13   1914
14   1856
14   1915
(56)
1    No date.
3   1915
3    No date.
4   1856
7    No date.
8    No date.
(57)
1    No date.
1   1914
2    No date.
Other O.S. maps (Bedlingtonshire and Co. Durham towns)
Bedlingtonshire
25 inch Ordnance Survey for Northumberland. LXXII 12NW is specially enlarged (1:1250 map of Bedlington).

DHC11/IV/(69) 16   1922
DHC11/IV/(70) 13   1922
DHC11/IV/(72) 12   1913
DHC11/IV/(77) 4   1922
DHC11/IV/(77) 8   1922
DHC11/IV/(78) 1   1922
DHC11/IV/(78) 5   1922
Auckland
Dates of creation: 1857
(10 feet/1 Mile) Sheets:- 2, 3, 4, 6.

Darlington
Dates of creation: 1856
(5 feet/1 Mile) Sheets:- 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.

Gateshead
Dates of creation: 1858
(10 feet/1 Mile) Sheet - 15.

Stockton
Dates of creation: 1856-7
(10 feet/1 Mile) Sheets:- 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12.

Sunderland
Dates of creation: 1858-60
(10 feet/1 Mile) Sheets:- 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 6a, 7, 8, 9, 9, 10, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 15, 16, 17, 17, 18, 19, 20, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34.

Miscellaneous maps and plans (The numbers in brackets are numbers placed there, presumably, in the Halmote Office).

DHC11/V/1  (58)   1838
Two copies of a plan of Newton Bewley in the parish of Billingham.
DHC11/V/2  (87)   1839
Plan of Westerton in the parish of St. Andrew Auckland.
DHC11/V/3  (41)   1838
Four plans of Great Aycliffe.
DHC11/V/4  (23)   1835
Plan of Coxhoe Estate.
DHC11/V/5  (13a)   1838
Plan of Butterwick and Old Acres in the parish of Sedgefield.
DHC11/V/6  (77)
Plan of Stillington in the parish of Redmarshall.
DHC11/V/7  (83)
Plan of Thornley.
DHC11/V/8  (60)   1800
Plan of Nettlesworth Estate.
DHC11/V/9  (42)
Plan of Houghall Estate in the parish of Durham St. Oswald.
DHC11/V/10  (148)
Six plans of proposed enfranchisements in Stockton manor and (plan 6) Thornaby, to the L.N.E.R.
6 plans and 2 sheets MS schedule with details of proposed enfranchisements.
DHC11/V/11  (142)
Eight Ordnance Survey maps relating to the Stella Coal Co. and Ryton.
25 inch Ordnance Survey sheets:
DHC11/V/11a   1920
Durham II 13, Northumberland XCIV 13.
DHC11/V/11b   1919
Durham V 2, Northumberland CII 2.
DHC11/V/11c   1920
Durham II 9, Northumberland XCIV 9.
DHC11/V/11d   1919
Durham V 3, Northumberland CII 3.
DHC11/V/11e   1919
Durham I 16.
DHC11/V/11f   1919
Durham I 15, Northumberland XCIII 15.
DHC11/V/11g   1920
Durham I 12, Northumberland XCIII 12.
DHC11/V/11h   1919
Durham V 4.
DHC11/V/12  (85)   1817
Plan of the Manor of the Rectory of Bishopwearmouth.
DHC11/V/13  (76)   1801
Plan of part of an estate at Portrack.
DHC11/V/14  (21)   1839
Plan of Coundon Grange in the parish of St. Andrew Auckland.
Copied from tithe plans.
DHC11/V/15  (78)
Plan of Sherburn in the parish of Pittington.
Copied from tithe plans.
DHC11/V/16  (189)
Ordnance Survey map marked with the manors of Houghton and Bishopwearmouth Rectory.
DHC11/V/17  (59)   1828
Plan of the Glebe Lands in Norton.
With schedule of acreages.
DHC11/V/18  (84)
Plan of Urpeth in the parish of Chester-le-Street.
DHC11/V/19  (24)
Plan of Charlaw Colliery.
(Copy of part of Witton Gilbert tithe plan?)
DHC11/V/20  (18)   February 1805
Plan of the Corps Lands belonging to Reverend Mr Bouyer as prebend of the first stall in Durham Cathedral [Reginald Bouyer held first stall 1804-1826].
See also DHC misc. maps and plans 67 and 73 (plans of Corps land belonging to the second stall.
Surveyor: Jno. Leybourne
scale: 4 chains to one inch
DHC11/V/21  (54)
Plan of an Estate at Midridge Grange.
DHC11/V/22  (65)
Plan of Portrack Estate near Stockton belonging to William Russel.
DHC11/V/23  (61)
Plan of the district of Hall Garth in the parish of Pittington.
DHC11/V/24  (115)
Tracing from Ordnance Survey Map XXIV of Wooler's calls in Wolsingham.
DHC11/V/25   1905
Four plans of enfranchisements to L.N.E.R. in Lanchester parish and a small part of Durham St Oswald parish.
Numbered 1-4: includes townships of Lanchester, Burnhope and Hamsteels and Benfieldside. North East Railway: Blaydon to Consett.
DHC11/V/26   1906
Plan of enfranchisements to L.N.E.R. in Chester Manor.
DHC11/V/27
Four plans of enfranchisements to L.N.E.R. in Darlington Manor.
Numbered 1, 2, 2A and 3.
DHC11/V/28
Seven plans of enfranchisements to L.N.E.R. in Lanchester Manor.
Numbered 1, 2, 3+4 (one sheet, part only), 4 (cont), 5+6, 7+8, 9+10.
Endorsed “Plans referred to in court rolls”
DHC11/V/29
Five plans of enfranchisements to L.N.E.R. in Wolsingham Manor.
Numbered 1+2 (one sheet), 3, 4+5, 6, 7+8.
Endorsed “Plans referred to in court rolls”
DHC11/V/30
Eight plans of enfranchisements to L.N.E.R. in Auckland Manor.
Endorsed “draft plans”
DHC11/V/31   1799
Plan of Knitchley Estate.
DHC11/V/32   1754
3 Plans of Lanchester Fell.
Plan and two tracings - produced in Chancery case 1921.
(see also Miscellanea Box 14 No. 70).
DHC11/V/33  (123)
Eight plans of enfranchisements to L.N.E.R. in Darlington Manor.
One set of four paper, the other [different ?] oiled paper: both numbered 1, 2, 2A and 3.
DHC11/V/34  (122a)   1925
Three plans of enfranchisements to L.N.E.R. in (3) Bishop Wearmouth Rectory Manor and (1 and 2) Houghton Manor.
DHC11/V/35  (32)
Plan of the parish of Egglescliffe.
DHC11/V/36  (186)
Working plan for Lord Durham's Compensation agreement in Chester-le-Street.
Annotated copy of Durham 25 inch XIII, 9 (1920 ed.).
DHC11/V/37  (114)
Lord Boyne's quit rents in Wolsingham.
Annotated copy of parts of Durham 6 inch sheets: 24/NE and SE; 25/NW and SW; 32/SE; 33/NW (1898 ed.) stuck together.
DHC11/V/38
Plan of Mr. Pitt's boundary on Lanchester Fell.
DHC11/V/39  (14)
Plan of Binchester and Newton Flatts Estates in the parish of St. Andrew Auckland.
DHC11/V/40  (75)
Plan of Sheraton, including Battersly, Langish Hill, Whangdon and Pike Whin.
Annotated regarding land use and acreages.
DHC11/V/41  (6)
Plan of the Island Farm, Bishop Middleham.
By A. and R. Read, surveyors, of Bishop Middleham.
Shows line of proposed branch railway to colliery. With it is another plan showing cottages, etc. belonging to owners of Island Farm.
DHC11/V/42  (20)   1827
Plan of an estate in Cornforth, parish of Bishop Middleham, belonging to T. Haswell, surveyed November 1827.
DHC11/V/43  (106)   1825
Plan of Hardwick Estate belonging to William Russell. Surveyed by William Fryer.
DHC11/V/44  (9a)   1831
Plan of Lands at Byers Green. Includes “Bore hole by Maddison”.
DHC11/V/45  (1)   1834
ldquo;Reduced” plan of parts of the townships of Pollards, Bondgate in Auckland and St. Andrew's Auckland. Surveyed Thomas Davison, land surveyor of Sedgefield.
DHC11/V/46  (117)
Wolsingham, with accompanying schedule of Wooler Quit Rents.
Annotated sections of 6 inch to 1 Mile Ordnance Survey map of Wolsingham area, 1895-6 edition.
DHC11/V/47  (85a)
Plan of lands at Bishopwearmouth (centre).
DHC11/V/48   1757
An eye plan of Mr. Lambton's “pretended” boundaries on Langley Estate, Lanchester.
Shows pits and houses.
DHC11/V/49  (104)
6 inch to 1 Mile Ordnance Survey maps (Durham XLI, 1859 edition) of Lynesack and Softley, and Evenwood.
Two copies, both annotated.
DHC11/V/50  (91)
Plan of Bedlington, n.d., annotated to show types of tenure.
DHC11/V/51  (8)
Plan of Bedlington, n.d., annotated giving field names, acreages and indication of occupiers.
DHC11/V/52  (110)   1755
Plan of Demesne Lands at Stockton belonging to the Bishop of Durham.
DHC11/V/53  (64)
Plan of the various coal fields belonging to Pelaw Collieries.
DHC11/V/54  (98)   1843.
Tracing of plan of Brafferton Tithes.
DHC11/V/55  (68)
Plan of a holm near Portrack, Stockton-on-Tees, purchased by John [Bamlet] from Robert Smith in 1804.
Surveyor: John Chipchase, 1804.
DHC11/V/56  (10)   1829
Plan of Glebe Land at Bradbury belonging to the Rectory of Sedgefield.
DHC11/V/57   1754
Plan of Lanchester Fell. (cf. also No. 32 ).
DHC11/V/58  (55)   1704
Plan of Middridge Moor.
DHC11/V/59  (100)
Extract from Coatham Mundeville Tithe Plan [of 1838].
Is annotated 'Surtees' and 'Scale 6 chains to an inch'.
DHC11/V/60  (144a)   1879
Plan of Estates in the parish of Whickham belonging to Sir H. Clavering.
DHC11/V/61  (97)
Plan of Bradbury in the parish of Sedgefield.
DHC11/V/62  (105)
Plan of Gateshead (showing allotments under Townfields Award), n.d. [re Award etc of 1814-1818, original of which is in Durham CRO (no copy at DULASC)].
DHC11/V/63 (121)
Six plans of enfranchisements to L.N.E.R. in Auckland Manor.
DHC11/V/64
A Plan of the intended wagon-way through Mr. Lambton's Incroachments on Langley Estate [Lanchester], n.d.
scale: 3 chains to one inch
DHC11/V/65  (67)
Plan of Ryhope township in the parish of Bishopwearmouth.
A printed plan with manuscript annotations and corrections, a later mapping (scale 6 chains to one inch) of ancient inclosures and of the inclosures carried out by 'Wall's decree' [i.e. Durham Chancery decree] of 28 June 1680. A manuscript annotation refers to earlier inclosure apparently effected between 1647 and 1658 (see also HC chancery decree copy 35 (254591 1/2).
DHC11/V/66  (86)   1839
Plan of Waldridge in the parish of Chester-le-Street.
Copy of tithe plan
Surveyor: Thomas Davison, Durham
scale: 4 chains to an inch
DHC11/V/67   March 1826
Plan of Corps Land in the parish of Durham St. Oswald
Canon J.B. Jenkinson in possession; 2nd stall [John Banks Jenkinson held 2nd stall 1825-1827].
Lands shown on this plan as belonging to the first prebendal estate are marked as belonging to the second stall on other plans (P. Mussett, 19/8/1997)
See also HC misc. maps and plans 20 (first stall lands) and 73 (second stall lands)
The plan is wrongly headed 'for John Banks Jenkinson, Bishop of St. David's', 'in right of the 1st stall' of Durham Cathedral, but Jenkinson held the second stall 1825-1827
A note on the plan also refers to land held by Thomas Gisborne in right of the second stall of Durham Cathedral, but Gisborne held the first stall 1826-1846.
Surveyor: John Davison.
scale: 3 chains to one inch
DHC11/V/68  (35)
Plan of Foxton Estate near Sedgefield.
Estate belonging to William [Russell] (Russel), Esq.
DHC11/V/69A  (109)
Map of Stockton-on-Tees annotated to show Clay's Copyholds.
6 inch Ordnance Survey Durham LI SW, Yorks. (parts) VIb, VI, XV and XVI, and Durham L SE, Yorks. (parts) VI b and XV, 1899.
DHC11/V/69B  (109)
Sketch plan of East Hartburn and the area immediately to the west and north, rolled inside and probably based on the Ordnance Survey plan in 69A, but including some place names not mentioned thereon, n.d.
scale: 6 inches to one mile
DHC11/V/70  (43)
Plan of Hetton Estate, n.d.
DHC11/V/71A&B  (53)   1838
Two plans of Morden in the parish of Sedgefield.
Surveyor: Thomas Davison, Durham
Both are copies of the tithe plan, but different plots are picked out in colour on each one.
scale: 6 chains to one inch
DHC11/V/72  (82)   1838
Plan of Tunstall in the parish of Bishopwearmouth.
Surveyor: Thomas Davison, Durham
Copy of the tithe plan.
scale: 6 chains to one inch
DHC11/V/73  (26)
Plan of Corps Lands (2nd stall, Canon J.B. Jenkinson in possession) in Durham St. Oswald.
[Incomplete draft] version (with various annotations) of DHC Misc. Maps and Plans 67. Incorrectly annotated in pencil '1st stall'; this is actually a plan of land belonging to the second stall of Durham Cathedral in the parish of St Oswald.
See also DHC Misc. Maps and Plans 20 (first stall) and 67 (second stall).
scale: 3 chains to one inch
DHC11/V/74  (74)
Plan of Sedgefield 'town', part of the Sedgefield tithe plan, 1838, but annotated in pencil with some names of owners or occupiers and details of type of tenure, including some Durham Bishopric Halmote Court call numbers.
scale: 2 chains to one inch
DHC11/V/75  (5)   April 1818
Plan of Birtley Estate in the parish of St. Andrew Auckland
Surveyor: Andrew Stoddart.
Includes details of acreages, homesteads and woods.
scale: none
DHC11/V/76  (15)
Plan of Broom in the parish of Durham St. Oswalds.
DHC11/V/77  (66)
Plan of Quarrington, probably based on the tithe plan of 1839, annotated to show the intended line of the Clarence Railroad.
scale: [? 6 chains to one inch]
DHC11/V/78  (25)   1838
Plan of Coatham Mundeville.
DHC11/V/79  (33)   1829
Plan of Glebe Land belonging to the Rectory of Elwick.
DHC11/V/80  (118)   1797
Plan of Harehope Gill lead mines, Wolsingham.
DHC11/V/81  (7)   1821
Plan of Bedlingtonshire.
DHC11/V/82  (107)   1838
Three plans of the township of Sedgefield.
DHC11/V/83  (28)   1839
Plan of the parts of Darlington and Cockerton which are in the parish of Houghton-le-Skerne.
DHC11/V/84  (102)
Plan of Ruffside common, parish of Edmondbyers.
DHC11/V/85  (71)
Plan of the parish of Seaham.
DHC11/V/86  (51)   1839
Plan of the Titheable Lands in Little Stanton.
DHC11/V/87  (12)   1838
Plan of Burdon in the parish of Houghton-le-Skerne.
DHC11/V/88  (27)   1843
Plan of an Estate in Cockerton belonging to William S. Stowell.
DHC11/V/89
Plan, “renewed” in 1832 for George Rooke, vicar of Embleton [1830-74] of Boldon West Pastures as they were divided between Rock and Rennington chapelries in 1769.
In 1767 Rock and Rennington were constituted separate cures with distinct endowments [NCH II, p.149]. Presumably the Boldon lands formed part of these endowments, possibly from the mother parish of Embleton.
DHC11/V/90  (57)
Plan of Titheable Land in Morton in the parish of Houghton-le-Skerne.
DHC11/V/91  (36)
Plan of Frankland Forest and Demesne near Durham.
DHC11/V/92  (93)
Tracings re. Bishop Middleham award 1693.
Very bad condition.
DHC11/V/93  (96)
Plan re. Laing's property at Bishop Wearmouth.
DHC11/V/94
Six plans re. Whickham.
DHC11/V/95  (187)
Five 25 inch Ordnance Survey Maps: Durham XIII, 11, 12, 15 and 16, and XX 3. 1920 edition.
Houghton Manor showing proposed enfranchisement to Lambton, Hetton and Joicey Colliery.
DHC11/V/96  (48)
Plan of East and Middle Herrington.
DHC11/V/97  (50)   1838
Plan of Hutton Henry in the parish of Monk Hesleden.
DHC11/V/98  (70)   1839
Plan of Shincliffe. Copy of Tithe Award Plan.
DHC11/V/99  (52)
Plan of the Lizards, Sedgefield.
DHC11/V/100  (46)
Two plans of Flass Estate, Durham St. Oswald.
DHC11/V/101  (19)   1828
Plan of Cornforth.
DHC11/V/102  (153)   1862
Ordnance Survey 6 inch map, Northumberland II, LXXXVII, LXXXVIII, XCVI and XCVII, of Whickham.
DHC11/V/103  (169)
Plan of part of Pittington.
DHC11/V/104  (178)   1838
Plan of Titheable Lands in Cowpen Bewley, Billingham.
DHC11/V/105  (29)
Plan of Coxhoe.
DHC11/V/106  (154)
Whickham Tithe Map. (Copy).
DHC11/V/107  (163)
Plan of Waldridge.
DHC11/V/108  (166)
Plan of Stranton (copy of tithe plan).
DHC11/V/109  (150)
Enfranchisement to L.N.E.R. in Bishopwearmouth. Various dates.
DHC11/V/110  (179)
Plan of Chester-le-Street and neighbouring townships.
DHC11/V/111  (162)
Plan of Witton Gilbert.
DHC11/V/112  (171)
Plan of Chester-le-Street. Lambton Castle.
DHC11/V/113  (174)
Two plans of Gateshead.
One, of the allotments set out in the Division of Gateshead Fell and forming the Rectory of St. John.
DHC11/V/114  (11)   1833
Plan of Bishop Middleham.
Accompanied by Survey or Terrier filed above.
This plan is a copy of Church Commission Bishopric deposit plan 524.
DHC11/V/115  (152)
Plan of Greenwell Estate, Wolsingham.
DHC11/V/116  (144)   1862
Ordnance Survey Map of Whickham (as No. 102 ).
DHC11/V/117  (167)
Plan of part of Sherburn, Shadforth and Cassop.
DHC11/V/118  (165)
Plan of Tanfield and Tanfield Moor.
DHC11/V/119  (132)   1834
Plan of lands in Pollard's, Bondgate in Auckland and St. Andrew Auckland.
DHC11/V/120  (168)
Plan of Pelton.
DHC11/V/121  (40)   1867
Map of Gateshead showing Parliamentary, parochial and municipal boundaries.
DHC11/V/122  (44)
Plan of proposed new roads in Durham.
DHC11/V/123  (158a)   1912
Plan of admittances of G. Aynsley Smith to property at Wearmouth.
DHC11/V/124  (180)   1811
Plan of Butterwick Estate belonging to W.T. Salvin.
DHC11/V/125  (149)
Draft plans of enfranchisements to L.N.E.R. in Lanchester Manor.
DHC11/V/126  (139)
Plan of Whickham, Ravensworth's estate.
DHC11/V/127  (159)
Four plans of Bishop Middleham.
DHC11/V/128  (145)
Plan of Sedgefield.
DHC11/V/129  (79)
Plan of Durham St. Giles, Belmont.
DHC11/V/130  (176)   1848
Plan of Ebchester.
DHC11/V/131  (134)
Plan of Easington, Littlethorpe and Horden Estate.
DHC11/V/132  (137)   1838
Plan of Sedgefield.
DHC11/V/133  (175)
Plan of Foxton and Shotton in the parish of Sedgefield.
DHC11/V/134  (155)
Plan of Shincliffe.
DHC11/V/135  (160)
Plan of Birtley in the parish of Chester-le-Street.
DHC11/V/136  (147)
Plans of enfranchisements to L.N.E.R. in Wolsingham Manor.
DHC11/V/137  (138)
25 inch Ordnance Survey, 1857 edition map of Whickham with copyholds marked.
DHC11/V/138  (135)   1848
Plan of allotments on the division of Lanchester Common in right of ancient leasehold lands held under the Master and Brethren of Sherburn Hospital, in Ebchester and Pedam's Oak, Edmondbyers.
DHC11/V/139  (158)
Two plans of admittances of G. Aynsley Smith to property at Wearmouth (cf. No. 123).
DHC11/V/140  (177)   1849
Plan of an Estate at Garmondsway Moor belonging to the Master and Brethren of Sherburn Hospital.
DHC11/V/141  (186)
Plan of lands at Evenwood.
DHC11/V/142  (146)
Four maps of land tenures at Sedgefield.
[Reconstructions of Chancery Decree Inclosure Award of 1636.]
DHC11/V/143  (182)
Plan of lands at Bishop Auckland.
DHC11/V/144  (151)
Two copy tracings of lands at Wolsingham.
DHC11/V/145  (157)
6 inch Ordnance Survey map, Durham XXI and XXVIII, 1861 edition, marked with Easington inclosures.
DHC11/V/146  (131)   1847
Plan of an estate in Hetton-le-Hole, Great Eppleton and Moorsley in the parish of Houghton-le-Spring belonging to Hon. Maria Jane Bowes Barrington.
DHC11/V/147  (188)
Four 25 inch Ordnance Survey maps, Durham VIII 13, 14, 15; XIV 2, 3; 1919 edition. Working Plans of Sunderland Corporation. Compensation Deeds.
DHC11/V/148  (140)
25 inch Ordnance Survey map, 1897 edition wrongly endorsed 1919. XXV.13. Wolsingham.
DHC11/V/149  (184)
Two plans of Inclosures at Middridge.
DHC11/V/150  (172)   1829
Plan of Hett in the parish of Kirk Merrington.
DHC11/V/151  (170)   1838
Plan of Monk Hesleden.
DHC11/V/152
Geological Map of England and Wales.
DHC11/V/153   1844
A Plan of Newcastle and Gateshead.
DHC11/V/154   1808
A Map of Yorkshire, showing Ridings and Hundreds.
DHC11/V/155   1791
Armstrong's Map of the County Palatine of Durham (2nd edition).
DHC11/V/156   1769
Armstrong's Map of Northumberland and Berwick.
DHC11/V/157
25 inch Ordnance Survey maps. 1st edition.
Durham III, 13; XVIII 1, 5, 6; XIX 8; XX 1, 4, 5, 8, 12; XXI 1, 5, 9; XXVIII 10; XXXV 11, 16; XLIV 1, 5, 9.
DHC11/V/158
25 inch Ordnance Survey maps of County Durham.
XXIV 10, marked with call numbers, 1896 edition.
XXVII 2, 1919 edition.
XXVII 5, 1st edition.
XXVII 5, 1919 edition.
Also part of sheet LXXII 12 for Northumberland 1897 edition.
DHC11/V/159
6 inch Ordnance Survey maps.
DHC11/V/159a-b   1921
Northumberland XCIV NW.
DHC11/V/159c   1921
Durham II SE Northumberland XCIV SE.
DHC11/V/159d   1921
Durham VI SE.
DHC11/V/159e   1921
Durham VI SW.
DHC11/V/159f   1921
Durham VIII NW.
DHC11/V/159g   1921
Durham VI NW.
DHC11/V/159h. - i   1921
Durham II SW Northumberland XCIV SW.
DHC11/V/159j. - k   1923
Durham L SW.
DHC11/V/160
6 and 1 inch Ordnance Survey maps.
DHC11/V/160a., b. and p   1921
6 inch Northumberland XCIV NW.
DHC11/V/160c   1923
6 inch Durham LV NW.
DHC11/V/160d   1921
6 inch Northumberland XCIV NE.
DHC11/V/160e   1921
6 inch Durham VI NE.
DHC11/V/160f. - g   1924
6 inch Durham XLII SE.
DHC11/V/160h   1898
6 inch Durham XXXIV NE.
DHC11/V/160i   1905
1 inch Brough sheet 31.
DHC11/V/160j   1905
1 inch Wolsingham sheet 26.
DHC11/V/160k   1913
1 inch Durham and Sunderland sheet 27.
DHC11/V/160l   1910
1 inch Sunderland sheet 21.
DHC11/V/160m   1898
6 inch Durham XVIII NW.
DHC11/V/160n   1904
1 inch Hexhamsheet 19.
DHC11/V/160o   1912
1 inch Northallerton sheet 42.
DHC11/V/160q   1912
1 inch Newcastle sheet 20.
DHC11/V/160r   1905
1 inch Barnard Castle sheet 32.
DHC11/V/160s   1912
1 inch Stockton sheet 33.
DHC11/V/160t   1905
1 inch Alston sheet 25.
DHC11/V/161
6 inch Ordnance Survey maps.
DHC11/V/161a   1923
Durham L SE, Yorkshire (parts) VIb and XV.
DHC11/V/161b   1921
Northumberland XCIV NW.
DHC11/V/161c   1921
Northumberland XCIV NE.
DHC11/V/161d. - g   1924
Durham XLII SW.
DHC11/V/161h   1924
Durham XLI NE.
DHC11/V/162   1867
Book of Plans of Durham Bishopric Permanent Estate. Exchange with Ecclesiastical Commissioners.
Referred to in schedules of D.R. Orders in Council, 22 July 1861 and 26 February 1867, regarding Durham Bishopric estate, where the numbers in the schedules refer to those on the plans.
DHC11/V/163   1861
Durham Bishopric Permanent Estate.
Referred to in schedules of D.R. Orders in Council, 22 July 1861 and 26 February 1867, regarding Durham Bishopric estate, where the numbers in the schedules refer to those on the plans.
DHC11/V/164   1883
Plan of Sunderland.
DHC11/V/165   1830
Plan of Bishop Wearmouth and Sunderland.
DHC11/V/166   c.1910
Plan of Sunderland and district from a Ward's Directory.
DHC11/V/167   1930
Plan of Sunderland, area for clearance, off High Street East. Annotated.
Additional Maps and plans
DHC11/VI/1a   December 1837
Plan of the Township of Morden in the Parish of Sedgefield by Thomas Davison, land surveyor, Durham.
Acreages of plots given.
scale: 6 chains to 1″.
DHC11/VI/1b
Plan of Morden Moor Farm from an ordnance survey map.
Acreages given.
DHC11/VI/2
Plan of the Coal Field at Pelton leased by James Griffith, Esq., to R.A.F. Kingscote, Esq.
scale: 8 chains to 1″.
Paper has watermark of 1847.
DHC11/VI/3a
Plan of Ruffside and Cooperhaugh Estates in the County of Durham belonging to the Arkindale and Derwent Mines Company.
Acreages given.
Paper has watermark of 1818.
DHC11/VI/3b
Particulars from the Ruffside Award of 7th April 1870.
DHC11/VI/4a   March 1870
Plan of the Rumby Hill Estate in the Manor of Bondgate in Auckland, with declaration of Thomas Forster of Scranwood, Northumberland, annexed.
DHC11/VI/4b
Plan of "Low Oaks Row Farm", Newton Cap, in the Manor of Bondgate in Auckland.
Acreages are given.
DHC11/VI/4c   July 1890
Plan of Breckon Hill Farm with declaration of Henry Hutchinson Trotter concerning the same.
DHC11/VI/5   c. 1841
Plan of farmland at East Rainton.
Crops are stated.
DHC11/VI/6
Plan of the Township of Ryhope.
scale: 6 chains to 1″.
DHC11/VI/7a
Plan of Middridge showing leasehold, copyhold, customary freehold and ancient land tenures.
Acreages are given.
scale: 6″ to 1 mile.
DHC11/VI/7b
Rough rental of Middridge, showing in some cases the crops that were grown.
Paper has watermark of 1841.
DHC11/VI/8a
Plan of Pittington, part of Sherburn, Sherburn House and Whitwell Grange.
Acreages are stated and also the population in 1851.
scale: 8¾″ to 1 mile.
DHC11/VI/8b
Plan of Sherburn showing different land tenures, particulars of crops for 1815-1816 added in MS.
Also MS. details of rents.
Paper has watermark of 1808.
DHC11/VI/9a
Plan of the Estate of Lynesack.
DHC11/VI/9b   23rd March 1871
Declaration by Christopher Middleton concerning the above estate.
DHC11/VI/10a
Plan of High Stotfold Estate belonging to the Misses Ormston 1837. [Copy of original drawn by Anthony Reed in 1809 ].
Acreages and crops are given.
DHC11/VI/10b
Plan and survey of a farm of land called Plain Tree Hill in the Parish of Elwick Hall, County Durham, belonging to Mr. James Jobson.
Acreages and crops are given.
scale: 4 chains to 1″.
DHC11/VI/11   1913
Plan and particulars of the Village Farm, Low Etherley; California Farm, Woodside; Windmill Farm, Evenwood; two dwellinghouses and accommodation land advertised for sale by auction ... on 28th August 1913.
Two plans with MS. additions.
DHC11/VI/12a
Plan of Gateshead.
Part missing.
DHC11/VI/12b
Plan of part of Gateshead Fell.
DHC11/VI/12c
Plan of Quarry Field Lane, Gateshead.
DHC11/VI/12d
Plan of Tyne Bridge.
DHC11/VI/13   1837
Plan of the Parish of Long Newton comprising the Township of Long Newton and part of the Township Middleton One Row, County Durham, made pursuant to ... An Act for the Commutation of Tithes in England and Wales [6 to 7 William IV], by Thomas Davison, land surveyor, 1837.
Acreages are stated.
DHC11/VI/14
Plan of Esh and Satley Glebe.
Acreages stated.
DHC11/VI/15   20th March 1895
Plan of Portrack property, Stockton on Tees, belonging to James Dugdale, Esq., by James Rutherford.
Acreages stated.
scale: 25″ to 1 mile.
DHC11/VI/16   1826
Plan of estates in County Durham belonging to Anthony Wilkinson, Esq.
Sheraton and district.
Acreages stated.
Surveyed in 1826 by A. & R. Reed of Bishop Middleham.
scale: 6 chains to 1″.
DHC11/VI/17   1895
Particulars and conditions of sale of Low Middleton Hall and farm properties in the Parish of Middleton-St-George to be sold by auction on 27th May 1895, with two plans showing the acreages and crops.
scale: 25″ to 1 mile.
DHC11/VI/18
Plan of Whitton [near Stockton].
Acreages shown.
DHC11/VI/19
Plan of lands at East and West Thickley.
Acreages shown.
Copied from Tithe Map.
DHC11/VI/20a
Plan of Old Exchequer Building, Palace Green.
scale: 5′ to 1″.
DHC11/VI/20b
Plan of allotments on Dryburn Estate.
Acreages stated.
DHC11/VI/20c
Plan of Dryburn Estate.
scale: 6″ to 1 mile.
DHC11/VI/21a   9th April 1861
Plan of Hendon Parish.
DHC11/VI/21b
Plan of Middle Hendon.
DHC11/VI/22a   1896
Particulars and conditions of sale and plan of hereditaments at Hartburn, near Stockton on Tees, to be sold by auction on 26th August 1896.
With plan.
scale: 25″ to 1 mile.
DHC11/VI/22b
Extract from conveyance of 11th December 1837 between the Ecclesiastical Commissioners; John Stapylton Sutton; and William Scurfield and others; with plan of East Hartburn.
DHC11/VI/23a   1835
Particulars and conditions of sale of a freehold and part copyhold estate known as the Whickham Estate situated in Whickham Village, to be sold by auction on 17th September 1835, by direction of the Marquis of Bute, with plan showing acreages.
DHC11/VI/23b-g
Plans of various pieces of land and property at Whickham.
DHC11/VI/24
Plan of lands at Kyo.
DHC11/VI/25a
Plan of lands at Newbottle.
DHC11/VI/25b   8th June 1909
Letter, Messrs Cooper and Goodger to F.A. Manley with tracing of plan of land at the Dorothea Pit, Newbottle.
DHC11/VI/25c
Part of a 25″ ordnance survey plan of Houghton-le-Spring.
DHC11/VI/26a   1839
Particulars and conditions of sale of freehold and copyhold estates situated in the village of Houghton-le-Spring to be sold on 9th October 1839 ; with plan.
Acreages are stated.
DHC11/VI/26b
Plan of house and land late belonging to John Anderson Esq., situated at Houghton-le-Spring.
scale: 1 chain to 1″.
DHC11/VI/26c   1875
Particulars of freehold and copyhold messuages and lands with wayleaves situated at Houghton-le-Spring to be offered for sale by auction on 7th October 1875.
With plans.
DHC11/VI/26d. (i)
Plan of Houghton-le-Spring with insets of Chester-le-Street and Finchale.
scale: 6″ to 1 mile.
Printed Journal Northumberland and Durham Family History Society, vol. 17, no. 2 (1992), p.43.
DHC11/VI/26d. (ii)
Plan of New Herrington.
scale: 25″ to 1 mile.
DHC11/VI/26d. (iii)
Plan of streets beside Wearmouth bridge.
scale: 44′ to 1″.
DHC11/VI/26d.(iv)
Plan showing pits in the Lambton royalty.
DHC11/VI/26e
Plan of Dubmires [near Houghton-le-Spring].
Insets of Copt Hill and Houghton-le-Spring.
DHC11/VI/26f   April 1884
Plan of Manor House, Houghton-le-Spring and cottage adjoining, and gardens, purchased by Walter Lyon, Esq., M.D., from T.W. Robinson, Esq.
Drawn by D. Balfour of Houghton-le-Spring.
DHC11/VI/26g
Plan of Houghton and Newbottle with particulars of the holders of lands in the mid and later 19th century.
DHC11/VI/26h   3rd and 8th May 1909
Two letters G.H. Stevens [of Legge & Miller Solicitors] to G. Aynsley Smith, concerning Houghton copyholds, with plan of streets between Newbottle Lane and Sunderland Street.
DHC11/VI/26i
Plan of property in Sunderland Street and Frederick Place concerned in the transaction Stokoe and others to Stokoe.
DHC11/VI/27   1876
Plan of Hunwick Estate in the Parish of St. Andrew Auckland as divided into lots for sale.
By Edward Brown, Civil Engineer and Surveyor, of Newcastle.
DHC11/VI/28a
Plan of Elemore Hall Estate.
Acreages stated.
DHC11/VI/28b   4th December 1840
Plan of Hetton on the Hill and part of the Parish of Haswell.
Acreages stated.
By John Newby.
scale: 4 chains to 1″.
DHC11/VI/29a
Plan of the lands in the town fields of Haughton-le-Skerne allotted by the Durham Chancery Decree Award of 9th April 1666.
scale: 6 chains to 1″.
DHC11/VI/29b
Plan of Haughton Village.
scale: 76″ to 1 mile.
DHC11/VI/29c   18th June 1873
Declaration of Octavius B. Wooler of Darlington, solicitor, concerning copyhold land in Haughton.
With plan.
DHC11/VI/30a   1847
Plan of the Township of West-Herrington in the Parish of Houghton-le-Spring.
scale: 4 chains to 1″.
DHC11/VI/30b
Plan of estate near Herrington.
Some acreages stated.
Paper has watermark of 1829.
DHC11/VI/31a   1871
Plan of freehold and copyhold lands known as Ravensford in the Township of South Bedburn within the Manor of Wolsingham.
Acreages stated.
DHC11/VI/31b   1921
Particulars of Hoppyland Estate, Hamsterley, to be sold by auction on 16th June 1921.
With plan.
scale: 12″ to 1 mile.
DHC11/VI/32a   1894
Plan of Shotley Park Estate, Benfieldside.
Acreages stated.
scale: 25″ to 1 mile.
DHC11/VI/32b   1895
Plan of Ebchester.
DHC11/VI/32c
Two plans of properties in Benfieldside.
DHC11/VI/32d   1887
Plan of Benfieldside, call 386.
DHC11/VI/32e   1899
Plan of Benfieldside call 474.
DHC11/VI/33
Copy of part of the Beamish South Moor Award Plan.
With extract from the said award; and plan of the Eden Estates in the Township of Tanfield.
DHC11/VI/34a   1830
Particulars of estates and coal mines at Coundon and Bishop Auckland to be auctioned on 31st August 1830.
With plan.
DHC11/VI/34b
Plan of Coundon.
Acreages stated.
scale: 3 chains to 1″.
DHC11/VI/35a   1833
Particulars and conditions of sale of freehold, copy-hold and leasehold estates situate, adjoining and contiguous to Darlington - the farms called Hill-Close House, Dodmires, Clay Row Lands, Bowlby's Lands and building ground at Northgate, Bondgate and Clay Row in Darlington and adjoining Coniscliffe Lane, near Darlington - to be sold on 16th October 1833.
With six plans.
DHC11/VI/35b   1841
Particulars and conditions of sale of the Tees Cottage Estate, near Darlington, to be sold by auction on 28th September 1841.
With plan stating acreages.
DHC11/VI/35c
Tracing of plan of property in Union Row and Union Street, Darlington.
DHC11/VI/35d
Plan of Darlington, call No. 14.
DHC11/VI/35e
Plans of the following Public Houses etc. :
Brewery, Janson Street, Darlington;
The Farmer's Arms, Catterick Bridge;
The Fighting Cocks Inn;
The Traveller's Rest, Eppleby;
The Sunbeam Hotel, Crook.

DHC11/VI/36a
Plan of Whitburn and Cleadon and Boldon Royalties.
DHC11/VI/36b
Plan of Cleadon North Farm.
DHC11/VI/36c
Plan of Cleadon and district.
DHC11/VI/37a   3rd May 1870
Declaration of John Craggs of West Boldon, farmer, and Alfred Legge of Newcastle, Solicitor, concerning copyhold land in the Hylton Bridge Estate in the Parish of Boldon.
With plan.
DHC11/VI/37b
Plan of Boldon, call 140.
DHC11/VI/37c
Plan of part of West Boldon.
scale: 6″ to 176 yards.
DHC11/VI/38a   1859
Plan of property at Castleside near Shotley Bridge, County Durham.
By Martin Bell, surveyor, of Shotley Bridge.
Areas stated.
DHC11/VI/38b
Plan of property at Castleside belonging to the late J. Rippon.
DHC11/VI/39a   1841
Particulars and conditions of sale of freehold and copyhold estates and farms in the Parish of Sedgefield to be sold by auction on 3rd September 1841.
With three plans.
DHC11/VI/39b
One other copy of each of the above three plans, with pencil markings.
DHC11/VI/39c
Plan of Sedgefield.
Damaged.
DHC11/VI/40a
Plan of Evenwood Royalty.
scale: 6″ to 1 mile.
DHC11/VI/40b
Plan of properties at Evenwood.
DHC11/VI/40c   April 1871
Declaration of Michael Brown of Ramshaw in the Township of Evenwood, Colliery Agent, concerning lands held by the Norwood Coal Company.
With plan.
DHC11/VI/40d   17th May 1871
Declaration of Joseph Duff of Bishop Auckland, Gentleman, concerning Hunter Hill Farm.
With plan.
DHC11/VI/40e   30th June 1875
Declaration of William Etherington of Redmarshall, farmer, concerning land at Tofthill in the Township of Evenwood.
With plan.
DHC11/VI/40f   21st November 1879
Declaration of Tobias Harry Tilly of West Hartlepool, solicitor, concerning copyhold land at Evenwood.
With plan.
DHC11/VI/41a
Plan of farm at Heighington.
Acreages stated.
By H.J.Curry & Co., Land Agents, Stockton.
scale: 25″ to 1 mile.
DHC11/VI/41b
Plan of lands at Heighton.
DHC11/VI/42
Plan of Ferry Hill.
Paper has watermark of 1834.
DHC11/VI/43a
Copy of part of the Escomb Award plan.
DHC11/VI/43b
Tracing of another part of the Escomb Award plan.
DHC11/VI/43c
Extract from the Escomb Award.
DHC11/VI/43d   17th May 1877
Declaration of John Robson of Sunnyside, Newcastle, Estate Agent, concerning copyhold land etc., in the Townships of Escombe and Newton Cap.
With plan.
DHC11/VI/44a
Plan of lands in Crossgate Parish.
Paper has watermark of 1824.
DHC11/VI/44b
Plan of Framwelgate Royalty.
DHC11/VI/44c
Plan of Dryburn Estate.
DHC11/VI/44d
Rough plan of Springwell Cottage Farm [lands in Crossgate and Framwelgate]. Acreages stated.
DHC11/VI/44e
Another plan of the above.
DHC11/VI/44f
Plan of two fields within the Township of Framwelgate belonging to the Rectory of St. Mary-le-Bow, Durham, with observations by George Young Wall of Durham as to what their selling price should be.
DHC11/VI/45a   29th October 1842
Tracing of a plan of Norton.
scale: 4 chains to 1″.
DHC11/VI/45b
Plan of ground at Norton.
DHC11/VI/46a   1881
Plan of copyhold premises at Swalwell belonging to William Simpson by S. Oswald & Son, Architects and Surveyors.
DHC11/VI/46b
Declaration of Joseph Harbottle of Swalwell, Tailor, and John Harbottle of Newcastle, Butcher, concerning land at Swalwell.
With plan.
DHC11/VI/47   1833
Plan of Tursdale Hoggersgate and Hett Moor Estates, County Durham, belonging to Anthony Wilkinson, Esq., by Anthony Reed, Land Surveyor, of Bishop Middleham.
DHC11/VI/48
Plan of Southwick.
Paper has watermark of 1837.
DHC11/VI/49
Part of a plan of Great Aycliffe.
DHC11/VI/50
Plan of Blackwell Township.
DHC11/VI/51a
Sketch plan of coal mines in the Township of Chester-le-Street let to Lord Durham.
Acreages shown.
Paper has watermark of 1831.
DHC11/VI/51b   1833
Sketch of coal mines in the Township of Chester-le-Street, let to Lord Durham.
DHC11/VI/51c
Extract from the Chester Award Plan.
DHC11/VI/51d
Plan of Waldridge showing lands purchased by the Revd. E.H. Shipperdson from various parties.
Acreages stated.
scale: 4 chains to 1″.
DHC11/VI/51e
Bishop's rents payable by Shipperdson's executors in respect of Chester Common.
DHC11/VI/51f   1892
Plan of West Lane Building Estate, property of Messrs Kell and Groves of Chester-le-Street.
DHC11/VI/51g
General plan of Front Street and Ropery Lane Building Estate, Chester-le-Street, belonging to Christopher Groves.
DHC11/VI/51h   5th February 1884
Plan of West Lane Building Estate, Chester-le-Street.
DHC11/VI/51i
Plan of "Pot Boil Building Estate", Chester-le-Street, belonging to Thomas Thompson, Esq.
DHC11/VI/51j
Plan of part of Chester-le-Street.
DHC11/VI/51k
Plan of North End Estate, Durham, showing amended drainage to houses for Mr. H.F. Mole.
DHC11/VI/51l
Enlarged plan of Chester part call 640.
DHC11/VI/51m
Plan of Chester, call 407 (near Chester Moor).
DHC11/VI/51n
Plan of Chester, call 629.
DHC11/VI/51o
Copy plan of Witton Gilbert Mains and certain allotments of Framwelgate Moor owned by Kirton-Darling, taken from a plan shown by T. & W.G. Maddison.
DHC11/VI/51p
Plan of Chester, call 946 (property in Foundry Lane, Chester-le-Street).
DHC11/VI/52
Copy of Elvet tithe plan.
DHC11/VI/53a
Plan of Butsfield Showing freeholds and copyholds.
DHC11/VI/53b
Plan of Butsfield and Satley with many MS markings.
DHC11/VI/54a
Bishop Wearmouth: general plan of ownerships outside Sunderland.
DHC11/VI/54b
The York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway: Pensher branch - plan of the line passing through the Township of Bishopwearmouth.
scale: 4 chains to 1″.
DHC11/VI/54c   1884
Particulars, plan, and conditions of sale of building land in the Parish of Bishopwearmouth lying between Tatham Street and the Park in Sunderland, to be sold by auction on 21st August 1884.
DHC11/VI/54d
Plan of Wearmouth, call 217 (Hylton Road).
DHC11/VI/54e
Plan of Spark Farm Estate, Ryhope Road, Sunderland.
DHC11/VI/54f
Plan of Robinson Terrace and adjacent area. Wearmouth.
DHC11/VI/54g   1851
Particulars of copyhold estate called "Holly Field" in the Parish of Bishopwearmouth, to be sold on 6th January 1851, with plan showing acreages.
Details of the crops for 1852 have been added in MS.
DHC11/VI/54h
Plan of estate at Bishop Wearmouth belonging to William Johnson.
Acreages stated.
Paper has watermark of 1833.
DHC11/VI/54i
Plan of encroachment by J. Bramwell in the area between Garden Street and Sun Street, Bishopwearmouth.
DHC11/VI/54j
Plan of Wearmouth, call 515 (Garrick Street).
DHC11/VI/54k
Plan of Wearmouth part call 1.
DHC11/VI/54l
Plan of properties in Back Street.
DHC11/VI/54m
Document concerning ground rents in respect of Walton Place.
DHC11/VI/54n   30th December 1910
Bishopwearmouth: plan to admittance of G.A. Smith.
DHC11/VI/54o   1902-1911
Five plans and extracts of conveyances relating to premises at the Cedars, Bishopwearmouth.
DHC11/VI/54p
York Railway Company: plan of line in the Township of Bishopwearmouth.
DHC11/VI/55a   1893
Particulars, plan and conditions of sale of freehold and copyhold land at Hamsteels, to be sold by auction on 14th October 1893.
DHC11/VI/55b
Plan of Burnop and Hamsteels, call 10 re Nixon.
DHC11/VI/55c   28th November 1874
Declaration of John Forster of Biggin Terrace near Esh, yeoman, concerning land at Biggin in the Township of Burnop and Hamsteels.
With plan.
DHC11/VI/56   1843
Plan of the Township of Dalton-le-Dale.
scale: 4 chains to 1″.
DHC11/VI/57a   1814
Plan of Railey Fell Boundary as taken by Richard Richardson in 1753 with grounds adjoining at West Auckland etc.
DHC11/VI/57b. (i)
Tracing of West Auckland tithe plan, showing commuted values.
scale: 25″ to 1 mile.
DHC11/VI/57b. (ii)
Extract from West Auckland tithe plan.
scale: 8 chains to 1″.
DHC11/VI/57c
Plan of West Auckland Township.
scale: 6 chains to 1″.
DHC11/VI/57d
Plan of West Auckland.
Acreages shown.
DHC11/VI/57e
Tracing from plan showing Mr. C.F. Dixon-Johnson's freeholds and copyholds at West Auckland.
DHC11/VI/57f
Plan of properties at West Auckland.
DHC11/VI/58a   7th February 1874
Declaration of Thomas Laverick Watkin of Durham City, Doctor of Medicine concerning copyhold property called Mahon House etc. in the township of Bishop Middleham.
With plan.
DHC11/VI/58b
Two plans relating to tithes of parts of Bishop Middleham.
DHC11/VI/58c
Plan of Bishop Middleham.
DHC11/VI/59a   c. 1800
Rough draft of the Township of Shotton about 1800.
DHC11/VI/59b   1810
Plan of ground at Shotton belonging to the Revd. Ralph Brandling.
DHC11/VI/59c
Plan of ground at Shotton belonging to Revd. Ralph Brandling, copied 1839.
DHC11/VI/59d   1903
Rough plan of Shotton tenures.
DHC11/VI/59e   c. 1904
Plan of lands at Shotton showing freeholds and copyholds.
DHC11/VI/59f
Plan of the Township of Shotton showing different land tenures.
DHC11/VI/59g   1899
The Horden Collieries Ltd. District plan.
scale: 2 miles to 1″.
DHC11/VI/60a
Plan of Fishburn Glebe.
scale: 3 chains to 1″.
DHC11/VI/60b
Plan of the Parish of Fishburn.
Paper has watermark of 1850.
DHC11/VI/61a   c. 1901
Plan of the Chilton Estate.
DHC11/VI/61b   c. 1901
Plan of Chilton Estate with particulars of acreages and crops.
DHC11/VI/62a
6" ordnance survey plan, Durham sheet XXXIV, 1860 edition, with the area of Byers Green Parish coloured to show copyholds and freeholds.
DHC11/VI/62b   1858
Plan of Byers Green showing ancient copyholds and enclosed moorland, by Robert B. Dixon, Land Agent, of Darlington.
DHC11/VI/62c
Plan of lands at Byers Green showing what was held by various proprietors.
DHC11/VI/62d
Plan of R.D. Shafto's land near Byers Green injured by the coal workings.
DHC11/VI/62e   November 1885
Plan of lands at Byers Green belonging to R.D. Shafto, showing ancient copyholds, copyholds and freeholds.
Acreages shown.
DHC11/VI/63a   1903
Particulars, plans and conditions of sale of freehold and copyhold farms, fields and building land at Bishop Auckland (Bowser's settled estates).
DHC11/VI/63b
Plan of Church Leazes near Bishop Auckland, showing copyholds and leaseholds.
Acreages stated.
scale: 3 chains to 1″.
DHC11/VI/63c   1848
Map of an estate belonging to Thomas Robson situated in the Township of Bondgate in Auckland, by John Lee.
Acreages shown.
scale: 2 chains to 1″.
DHC11/VI/63d
Plan of Bishop Auckland part call 511.
DHC11/VI/63e
Plan of Auckland, calls 380 and 421.
DHC11/VI/63f
Two plans of area between Holdforth and Cockton Hill, Bishop Auckland.
DHC11/VI/63g   25th February 1879
Declaration of William Vickers Thompson of Bishop Auckland, surveyor, concerning six fields adjoining Etherley Lane, Bishop Auckland, with plan.
DHC11/VI/63h   15th September 1870
Declaration of George Hodgson of Bishop Auckland, Major of the Durham Artillery Militia, concerning a copyhold close at Bishop Auckland.
With plan.
DHC11/VI/63i
Plan of Tenters Street, Bondgate in Auckland.
DHC11/VI/63j
Plans of the following Public Houses etc.:
Bridge Inn, Stapleton;
Cross Keys, Toft Hill;
Oddfellows Arms, Hunton;
Vulcan Inn, Bishop Auckland;
King's Head, Bishop Auckland;
Off Licence premises in Janson Street, Darlington;
Red Lion, Spennymoor;
Fox and Hounds Inn, Neasham.

scale: 20′ to 1″.
DHC11/VI/64a
Plan of Bedlington and district, Northumberland, showing acreages and tithe rent charges.
scale: 6 chains to 1″.
DHC11/VI/64b
Plan of Bedlington and district royalties.
scale: 6″ to 1 mile.
DHC11/VI/64c   1849
Particulars and conditions of sale of copyhold and leasehold premises at Bedlington, to be sold by auction on 21st March 1849.
With plan.
DHC11/VI/64d
Uncompleted surrender of the Turk's Head Hotel, Bedlington.
DHC11/VI/65a
Plan of Easington showing various types of land tenure.
DHC11/VI/65b
Large plan of Easington endorsed "re Pearson v. E[cclesiastical] C[ommissioners] for E[ngland]".
DHC11/VI/66a
Plan of copyhold portions of Mr. Straker's Bradley Estate at Wolsingham.
[Received by Halmote Court, May 1893 ].
DHC11/VI/66b   c. 1909
Draft grant de novo by the Ecclesiastical Commissioners to Anthony Todd of lands in Wolsingham.
With plan.
DHC11/VI/66c
Plan of lands at Wolsingham.
DHC11/VI/66d   12th August 1875
Declaration of George Morson of Crook, Colliery Owner, concerning "Wiserley" Farm, Wolsingham.
With plan.
DHC11/VI/66e   April 1904
Plan of Pinfold situated in Midhope Street, Wolsingham.
DHC11/VI/67a   1845
Particulars and plans of freehold farms and copyhold fields at Stanhope for sale by auction on 29th July 1845.
DHC11/VI/67b   1850
Particulars of freehold and copyhold estates in the Parish of Stanhope comprising Stanhope Castle and the Manor of Stanhope, etc., for sale by auction on 26th November 1850.
With plan.
DHC11/VI/67c   1914
Particulars, plans and conditions of sale of farms and small holdings at Eastgate and Westgate in Weardale, for sale by auction 29th July 1914.
DHC11/VI/67d   14th May 1879
Declaration of Jonathan Wilson of West Newlandside in the Parish of Stanhope, farmer, concerning copyhold estate called West Newlandside, with plan.
DHC11/VI/68a   1853
Particulars and conditions of sale of Bradley Hall and Estate in the Parishes of Ryton and Ovingham, near Newcastle, for sale by auction on 11th October 1853.
With plan.
DHC11/VI/68b
Sketch of Woodside Glebe Farm and Sealburns Farm in Ryton Woodside Parish.
Scale 25″ to 1 mile.
DHC11/VI/68c   April 1892
Plan of the Township of Ryton Woodside traced at the Board of Agriculture from the 2nd class Tithe Map and compared with extract.
With many MS. notes giving details of grants of the properties in the 17th century.
DHC11/VI/68d
Plan of the Township of Ryton similar to No. 68c. but with less detailed notes.
DHC11/VI/68e
Rough plan of Ryton Bar Moor.
DHC11/VI/68f
Plan of Ryton Bar Moor.
DHC11/VI/68g
Extracts from the Ryton Inclosure Act with plan of Ryton Bar Moor.
DHC11/VI/68h
Plan of Moor Spots and Broomy Field, Ryton.
DHC11/VI/69a   1863
Particulars and conditions of sale of freehold and copyhold property in Stockton and at Quarrington Hill to be sold on 4th March 1863.
With two plans.
DHC11/VI/69b   1918
Particulars and conditions of sale of five farms, a residence, a semi-detached house and building land, at Stockton, to be sold by auction on 15th May 1918.
With plan.
DHC11/VI/69c
Plan of messuages and buildings belonging to R.G. Hubback, Esq., situated at Portrack, Stockton.
DHC11/VI/69d   20th December 1909
Draft grant de novo of copyhold premises in West Row Stockton by the Ecclesiastical Commissioners to E.B. Richardson and another upon trust.
With plan.
DHC11/VI/69e
Plan of Stockton, call 448 [St. John's Road].
DHC11/VI/69f
Plan of Stockton, call 264a [The Lambton Castle Arms].
DHC11/VI/69g
Plan of Stockton, calls 449 and 543 [Between Norton Road and Canning Street].
DHC11/VI/69h
Plan of part of Stockton showing copyholds in 1916.
DHC11/VI/69i    [Early 19th century?]
Plan of an estate called Lead Pipe Hall at Stockton.
Acreages shown.
DHC11/VI/69j
Notebook containing:
Plans of Stockton demenses, with acreages.
Plans of farms in the Township of East and West Sleekburn, near Bedlington.
Plan of Bracks Estate.
Plan of Bedburn Wood.

DHC11/VI/69k
Plan of Salthome Estate, Stockton.
DHC11/VI/70
Plan of the township of Shadforth.
Acreages given.
DHC11/VI/71
Plan of Barwick in Elmet, Yorks.
DHC11/VI/72a
Tracing of part of Stockton tithe award plan.
DHC11/VI/72b
Tracing of part of a 6" ordnance survey plan of Stockton.
DHC11/VI/73   7th January 1793
"Eye copy from a plan and valuation of an estate in the parishes of Bishop Middleham and Sedgefield ... Mathew Russell, Esq., of Hardwicke lessee for three lives under the Lord Bishop of Durham".
By Arthur Mowbray.
[According to a later note, this plan was "very incorrect"].
DHC11/VI/74a
Plan of A.E. Burdon's Royalty at Bedlington.
DHC11/VI/74b
Plan showing W.W. Burdon's land Bedlington.
DHC11/VI/74c
Plan showing copyholds at Bedlington.
DHC11/VI/74d
Plan showing copyhold and leasehold land near Bedlington.
DHC11/VI/74e
Plan of lands at Bedlington showing former owners.
[Bedlington; Burdon call 37].
DHC11/VI/75
Plan of Lord Durham's copyhold, enfranchised leasehold and freehold lands on Ecclesiastical Commissioners' coal in the Houghton and Newbottle Royalties.
DHC11/VI/76
Plan of Houghton showing copyhold and other tenements.
DHC11/VI/77
Plan of Hunwick and Helmington showing common, ancient copyhold and freehold lands.
DHC11/VI/78
Plan of lands around Copeland House near Evenwood, with insets of West Auckland and Moor Closes.
DHC11/VI/79   1880
Plan of Chester South Moor and adjoining royalties.
DHC11/VI/80
Tracing of what appears to have been an old plan [early 18th century (?)] of Greencroft and surrounding areas.
Encroachments by Mr. Clavering and others are marked.
DHC11/VI/81
Tracing of 25" ordnance survey plan of Stanhope showing copyhold property.
DHC11/VI/82
Tracing of plan of several estates in the Parish of Whickham belonging to Sir Thomas Henry Liddell Bart., and other grounds "intermixed herewith".
Acreages stated.
scale: 4 chains to 1″.
DHC11/VI/83
Plan of area south of Mainsfield (near Wolsingham) showing lands formerly waste, land allotted for a common quarry, and land allottted for a common watering place.
scale: 2 chains to 1″.
DHC11/VI/84
Plan of High and Low Knitsley showing Lord's rents.
DHC11/VI/85
Plan of Wolsingham, Harehope and Tow Law showing Lord's rents.
DHC11/VI/86a   15th June 1911
Letter, William Johnson to C.Y. Ward, concerning the enclosed plans.
DHC11/VI/86b   May 1911
Enclosed with 86a.
Plan of Ravensworth Estate in the Parish of Whickham, showing copyholds.
DHC11/VI/86c
Enclosed with 86a.
Extract from Whickham Award Plan.
DHC11/VI/87
Tracing from Whickham Tithe plan showing lands belonging to Lord Ravensworth in the Parish of Wickham.
DHC11/VI/88
Plan of a part of the estate of the Countess of Coventry in Weardale showing the lead mines and veins therein discovered.
scale: 4 chains to 1″.
DHC11/VI/89
Tracing of plan showing the boundaries between the freehold and copyhold parts of the West Biggins estate as laid down by the agents etc., of Lady Mary Beauclerk in accordance with an arbitration award.
The original plan was evidently dated 3rd September 1801. Part of Paws Meadow and Harehope estate is also shown.
scale: 4 chains to 1″.
DHC11/VI/90   1897
Plan of estate at Whickham headed "Admittance of Cuthbert Ellison Carr. 28th April 1897 ".
Lands sold to the NER and Consett Iron Company are shown.
Also shows lands exchanged with Lord Ravensworth.
DHC11/VI/91
Plan of premises on the Tyne between Redheugh and Gateshead.
DHC11/VI/92
Plan of copyhold land belonging to Carr-Ellison at Dunston.
DHC11/VI/93
Tracing of a plan of Messrs Dawson, Dixon and Hutchings' estate in Weardale near Wolsingham called Broad Wood, West Biggins and Harehope by Richard Richardson of Darlington 1763.
With notes concerning tithes, rights of common etc.
DHC11/VI/94   1894
Plan of Woodham showing owners of each parcel of land.
DHC11/VI/95a
Tracing of part of Wolsingham Tithe Plan.
DHC11/VI/95b
Tracing of part of Wolsingham Tithe Plan re John Cookson, with particulars of the acreages of the fields.
DHC11/VI/96   1895
Tracing of a plan of Blackboy and Coundon lease.
DHC11/VI/97
Plan of Houghton-le-Spring Glebe land with particulars of the areas of the fields and their state of cultivation in 1849.
DHC11/VI/98
Plan of railways in the Boldon Colliery, Horton Colliery area.
DHC11/VI/99   c. 1898
Plan of Toft Hill Hall Estate.
DHC11/VI/100
Plan of Bishop Middleham showing area in which the minerals were claimed by Col. Surtees, Lord Boyne and the Church Commissioners.
DHC11/VI/101
Plan of lands in the Kyo and Sealburn area, showing the various owners.
DHC11/VI/102a
Plan of Broom and Flass.
DHC11/VI/102b
Another plan of the above stating owners of the various parcels of land.
DHC11/VI/103   1875
Tracing of plan of Whickham Estate belonging to the Revd. Robert H. Williamson by Thomas J. Armstrong.
DHC11/VI/104
Tracing of plan of the allotments in Haughton-le-Skern Parish made under the Durham Chancery decree award of 9th April 1666.
scale: 6 chains to 1″.
DHC11/VI/105a
Plan of Dunston West Farm, Dockendale Hall and the area adjacent to South Cornmoor [in the Parish of Whickham] showing freeholds and copyholds.
DHC11/VI/105b
Another plan of the above with memorandum concerning the lands of William Hopper Williamson.
DHC11/VI/105c
Plan of Dockendale Hall.
DHC11/VI/106a
Plan of the Manor of Bondgate in Darlington: Townships of Darlington and Blackwell - Sir H. Havelock Allen's copyholds.
DHC11/VI/106b
Plan of Sir H. Havelock Allen's copyholds in Cockerton Township.
DHC11/VI/107   1816
Plan of Witton Castle estate in the County of Durham.
DHC11/VI/108   1934
Whickham Urban District Council's plan for waterside clearance at Swalwell.
DHC11/VI/109
Plan of Mobrays's estate at Bishopwearmouth showing the portion sold.
DHC11/VI/110
Extract from Merrington Tithe plan.
DHC11/VI/111
Copy plan of area West of New Shildon.
DHC11/VI/112
Plan of area south and West of Bishop Middleham Colliery.
DHC11/VI/113
Plan of railways in the above area.
DHC11/VI/114a. (i-ii)
Two plans of Plawsworth Estate belonging to the representatives of T. Purvis, Esq., showing freehold and copyhold allotments and ancient freeholds and copyholds.
DHC11/VI/114b
Similar plan to the above but with additional notes.
DHC11/VI/114c
Tracing of a plan of part of Plawsworth estate [the original of which is said to have been made prior to 1833 - see 114d] showing the ancient and new freeholds and copyholds.
DHC11/VI/114d   26th November 1913
Letter, Messrs Griffith & Company to the Steward, Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England, Halmote Court Office, Durham, concerning the above estate and plan.
DHC11/VI/115a
Copy of a plan of 1754 of Lanchester Common before enclosure.
DHC11/VI/115b   1847
Particulars and conditions of sale of the Ford Estate at Lanchester to be auctioned on 18th December 1847.
[With MS. additions].
Enclosed are particulars of the various parcels of land included in Lanchester, call 163 and Hamsteels, calls 5a, 5b, and 11.
DHC11/VI/115c   1847
Plan of Greenwell Ford Estate in the County of Durham.
With notes concerning transactions of 1850 and 1864.
DHC11/VI/115d
Another copy of the above plan but without the additional notes mentioned above.
DHC11/VI/115e   1887
Particulars, view and plans of a residential and sporting estate known as The Ford, Lanchester, to be auctioned on 23rd July 1887.
DHC11/VI/115f   1893
Particulars and plan of the above estate to be auctioned on 10th August 1893.
DHC11/VI/115g   1872
Particulars of residential estate known as Woodlands, with Broadwood, Sheepwalks and several other farms situated in the Parish of Lanchester to be auctioned on 26th July 1872.
DHC11/VI/115h   1872
Plan of the above estate.
DHC11/VI/115i   14th July 1910
Draft grant de novo of lands in the Townships of Lanchester and Greencroft [detached] from the Church Commissioners to the Consett Iron Company, with plan.
DHC11/VI/115j. (i)
Extract from plan No. 1 of Lanchester Enclosure Plan.
DHC11/VI/115j. (ii)
Extract from a 25" ordnance survey plan XIX.3., showing ancient copyholds etc.
DHC11/VI/115k
Plan of land at Maiden Law belonging to Mr. James Strawbridge and showing the part sold to Mr. James Bolam of Dipton.
DHC11/VI/115l
Plan of Lanchester, call 209.
DHC11/VI/115m
Plan of Broom Farm [on the Esh - Durham road].
DHC11/VI/116
Copy plan of lands at Newton Cap.
DHC11/VI/117
Tracing of plan of Cleatham Village and neighbourhood. The names of the occupiers of the lands are given together with acreages.
scale: 6 chains to 1″.
DHC11/VI/118
Plan of Swalwell and neighbourhood [property held by Sir William A. Clavering's Trustees and Sir Henry Clavering] showing ancient freeholds and copyholds etc.
DHC11/VI/119
Plan of Hummerbeck Farm [near Bishop Auckland].
scale: 2 chains to 1″.
DHC11/VI/120  (8115 2/2)   1886
Plan of Greenfield, otherwise West Auckland Lease.
DHC11/VI/121
Escomb Farm Plan showing freehold and copyhold lands and acreages.
DHC11/VI/122
Extract from plan of Hardwick Estate belonging to William Russell showing freehold, leasehold and copyhold lands with their acreages.
DHC11/VI/123a
Plan of tithe apportionment in respect of Stanhope Park Quarter.
DHC11/VI/123b
Rough plan of tithe apportionment for Stanhope Quarter.
DHC11/VI/124a  (1257 2/2)   20th January 1909
Copy plan of Frankland and Brasside Royalties.
DHC11/VI/124b
Rough copy of tithe plan for same area.
DHC11/VI/125
Plan of mine workings near Bolts Burn Village, County Durham.
DHC11/VI/126
Tracing of plan of Mainsforth Colliery Royalty.
DHC11/VI/127
Plan of Waldridge showing ancient copyholds etc.
DHC11/VI/128
Plan of Whickham Manor Royalty of Messrs John Bowes & Company.
DHC11/VI/129
Plan of High Ousterley Farm showing various types of allotments.
DHC11/VI/130
Plan of Brotherlee and neighbourhood showing quit rents.
DHC11/VI/131
Plan of Whickham and neighbourhood showing names of the holders of the various parcels of land with acreages and dates of surrenders.
DHC11/VI/132   1871
Plan of the Nettlesworth and Howlmires Estates belonging to James Pullcine, Esq.
DHC11/VI/133
Plan of Sedgefield and neighbourhood showing areas allotted under the Chancery decree award of 1636.
DHC11/VI/134
Plan of certain Glebe lands near Fishburn.
DHC11/VI/135  (19973 2/2)   1907
Plan showing royalties proposed to be taken by Farquhar & Company around Fishburn.
Sedgefield Glebe is marked.
DHC11/VI/136a
Plan of West Auckland and district, with notes of Halmote transactions.
DHC11/VI/136b
Another plan of West Auckland and District.
Acreages of fields are stated; and particulars of Halmote transactions are given.
DHC11/VI/137
Tracing of part of Thornley Inclosure Award Plan of 31st July 1772.
DHC11/VI/138 a-b  (98788 - 9)   [26th October 1865]
Two plans of area to the north and east of Shadford Village with particulars of field names, acreages and crops.
DHC11/VI/139
Plan of Burn Hill Estate, County Durham.
DHC11/VI/140 a-b
Two plans of High Etherley and neighbourhood, one with field names and acreages.
DHC11/VI/141   1907
Plan of Etherley and Escomb etc.
DHC11/VI/142
Plan of royalties in the Shotton area.
DHC11/VI/143
Plan of Hayning estate.
Acreages given.
scale: 6 chains to 1″.
DHC11/VI/144a
Rough tracing of plan of Crawcrook open fields in the Parish of Ryton describing the allotments as made by Mr. John Mowbray 1795.
DHC11/VI/144b
Fair copy of the above.
DHC11/VI/145
Extract from Boldon Tithe Plan.
DHC11/VI/146
Extract from Iveston Tithe Plan.
DHC11/VI/147
Extract from Lanchester Inclosure Award Plan No. IV, with particulars of acreages and rents.
DHC11/VI/148
Rough tracing of plan headed "Greencroft Tithe".
DHC11/VI/149
Rough tracing of plan headed "Lanchester Tithe".
DHC11/VI/150
Plan of area north of Waldridge showing quit rents.
DHC11/VI/151   1921
6" ordnance survey plan, Durham 11 S.W.; Northumberland n XCIV S.W.; 1921.
DHC11/VI/152   1921
6" ordnance survey plan, Durham VI N.E., 1921.
DHC11/VI/153a
Extract from Lanchester Inclosure Award Plan III [area south of Shotley Bridge].
DHC11/VI/153b
Large scale plan [10ft to 1in] of area south of Shotley Bridge.
Quit rents are stated.
DHC11/VI/154a   1910
Plan of Witton Castle Estate.
DHC11/VI/154b
Another plan of the said estate.
DHC11/VI/154c
Another plan 6" to 1 mile by T.C. Wyse, land agent, Darlington.
DHC11/VI/154d
Another plan. Some tenants, acreages and rents stated.
DHC11/VI/155a
Copy plan of Coundon Townfields.
DHC11/VI/155b   c. 1885
Plan of estate belonging to Mr. John Proud situated in the Township of Coundon, showing copyholds and freeholds.
The townfield area is marked.
DHC11/VI/156a
6" ordnance survey plan [ 1923 edition] of Bishop Middleham [XXXV S.E.] with Halmote Court markings showing various tenures and tenants.
Part of the land was held by Cuthbert Swainston who was vicar of Bishop Middleham 1683-1740.
DHC11/VI/156b
Plan of land near Bishop Middleham to Visc. Boyne.
DHC11/VI/156c
Copy plan of Col. Surtees' copyhold land near Bishop Middleham.
DHC11/VI/156d
Plan of lands at Bishop Middleham.
DHC11/VI/157   31st December 1878
Plan of Holmside Old Hall Estate copied from lease of the Holmside coal mines in the County of Durham.
scale: 6 chains to 1″.
DHC11/VI/158   1889
Plan of Bolckows Royalty in or near the Township of Bolam.
DHC11/VI/159
Tracing of plan of estate at East Butsfield in the Parish of Lanchester belonging to Mr. William Suddes.
Surveyed September 1838 by George Watson.
Field names, areas and land use stated.
DHC11/VI/160   1913
Plan of part of Stockton.
DHC11/VI/161   1913
Plan of lands at Cockerton showing call numbers.
DHC11/VI/162   1898
6" ordnance survey plan Durham XLIX S.W. [Coatham Mundeville; Whessoe].
DHC11/VI/163   1899
6" ordnance survey plan Durham LV N.E. [Sadberge; Great Burdon; Haughton-le-Skerne].
DHC11/VI/164   1899
6" ordnance survey plan Durham LV N.W. [Darlington; Cockerton; Harrowgate Hill].
DHC11/VI/165   1892
Copy plan of copyhold and freehold estate known as Dunston Hill in the Parish of Whickham.
[Re. Carr Ellison.]
DHC11/VI/166   1913
Plan of Ryton and district.
DHC11/VI/167
Plan of Tanfield Lea and Harperley Estates.
Shows ancient freehold and copyholds.
scale: 25″ to 1 mile.
DHC11/VI/168
Plan of Boldon, Whitburn, Cleadon, showing call numbers and rents.
DHC11/VI/169   1913
Plan of copyholds on Stanly estate [south moor] in the Manor of Lanchester.
DHC11/VI/170a   [after 1895 and before 1914.]
Plan of Cleadon House estate near Sunderland belonging to Henry Cooper Abbs, Esq.
DHC11/VI/170b
Tracing of plan of Cleadon House estate.
DHC11/VI/171
Tracing of Coundon tithe plan showing Sarah Wharton's land.
DHC11/VI/172
Plan of Stanley Edge Farm - Shield Row showing copyholds and ancient freeholds.
DHC11/VI/173   1894
Tracing of plan of Windlestone Royalty.
DHC11/VI/174   1907
Plan of High Etherley and district, with note of rents. Attached: Schedule of quit rents due to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for certain lands.
DHC11/VI/175
Extract from Boldon Tithe plan showing allotments and ancient lands.
DHC11/VI/176
Plan of Flass Estate Durham - High Wooley and Wooley New Inn Farms.
scale: 25″ to 1 mile.
DHC11/VI/177   1906
Plan of Thomas Greenwell's land near Rare Dene showing proposed area of coal to be worked.
DHC11/VI/178a   1876
Plan of part of Chester Moor showing site of coke ovens which were to be built.
Tracing of a plan on a covenant to surrender.
DHC11/VI/178b
Similar plan.
DHC11/VI/178c
Part of 6" ordnance survey plan of the above area.
DHC11/VI/179
Plan of Broom Farm Estate showing various tenures.
DHC11/VI/180
Plan of Whitburn and Cleadon showing allotments [acreages stated] and tenants.
DHC11/VI/181
Plan of part of Whitburn.
DHC11/VI/182   [From ordnance survey 1895.]
Plan of Boldon West House Farm.
Acreages given.
DHC11/VI/183
Plan of Haughton Back Lane Farm.
Acreages stated.
Copy tracing from conditions of sales received 30th December 1914.
DHC11/VI/184a   1926
Plan in connexion with the widening of Portrack Lane and Haverton Hill Road, Stockton.
DHC11/VI/184b
Another plan similar to the above with pencilled notes.
DHC11/VI/185   1922
Plan of railway at St. John's Chapel showing owners of adjacent land.
DHC11/VI/186a
Plan of East Butsfield Farm Quit Rents.
DHC11/VI/186b
Plan of Butsfield Farm sold to W.B. Haansbergen.
DHC11/VI/186c   1897
Plan of lands near Satley sold to W.B. Haansbergen.
DHC11/VI/187   1926
County Borough of Sunderland [Area No. 2]: plan of Improvement Scheme.
DHC11/VI/188   1928
Plan of Cornsay, Esh and the area around Ushaw College showing rents.
DHC11/VI/189a
Plan of Broom Township.
Acreages and some tenants given.
DHC11/VI/189b   1801
Plan of a small piece of land near Broom showing area to be enclosed.
DHC11/VI/190   1828
Plan of Plawsworth Farm and Plawsworth Low Farm from estate plan of Lord Durham.
Acreages and field names given.
DHC11/VI/191. a-c
Three plans of Goosecroft Farm, Wolsingham.
Acreages given.
DHC11/VI/192
Plan of Rogerly Estate.
DHC11/VI/193
Copy plan of lands at Pelton Grange taken from plan of 1859.
DHC11/VI/194
Tracing from the Chester tithe plan.
DHC11/VI/195
Plan of part of Tanfield Moor showing Tanfield Leigh Colliery and Waggon Way.
DHC11/VI/196
Plan of Easington showing acreages, nature of the tenure, and names of the occupants.
Headed: "Re Hannah Lawson Deceased".
The property is divided into lots.
DHC11/VI/197
Plan relating to Ushaw College quit rents.
DHC11/VI/198
Plan of fields around Haughton Grange.
Acreages stated.
DHC11/VI/199
Plan of land near Coundon.
Some acreages stated.
DHC11/VI/200
Plan of land belonging to the Stockton Grange Estate Company.
Two letters to the Deputy Steward of the Halmote Court, 1906, attached.
DHC11/VI/201   1928
Plan of the Stella Coal Company's copyhold lands. [Ryton and district].
With notes concerning previous Halmote transactions concerning this land.
DHC11/VI/202
Rough plan of High Etherley and district showing rents.
DHC11/VI/203a
Plans showing area around New Acres, Morrowfield, Whitehouse, Whitefield House and Whiteside Burn with details of acreages and quit rents of parts of Chester and Lanchester Commons.
DHC11/VI/203b
Rough tracing from Holmside tithe plan 1844.
DHC11/VI/203c
Rough tracing from Edmondsley tithe plan 1848.
DHC11/VI/204   1925
Plan of Portrack near Stockton showing rents.
Letter and schedule of rents attached.
DHC11/VI/205   1889
Copy plan of land bought by the Stella Coal Company.
DHC11/VI/206
Plan of land near West Boldon showing dates of surrenders, 1853-1892.
DHC11/VI/207a
Plan of Greenhead.
Acreages given.
DHC11/VI/207b
Rough plan from the Stanhope tithe plan of 1843 of Greenhead and district.
Acreages given.
DHC11/VI/208a   1846
Rough plan taken from Benfieldside Tithe plan.
DHC11/VI/208b
Rough plan of Benfieldside showing quit rents.
DHC11/VI/209
Rough tracing of part of Coundon Tithe plan.
DHC11/VI/210a
Tracing of plan of area to the East of East Butsfield.
[From enclosure award plan.]
DHC11/VI/210b   1840
Rough tracing from E. & W. Butsfield Tithe plan.
[Marked "Re Van Haansbergen".]
DHC11/VI/211   1927
Plan of Low Wiserley and Crowsfield showing copyholds, freeholds and allotment land.
Rents given; also demises.
DHC11/VI/212
Four plans of Lynsack, call 32 showing ancient copyhold.
DHC11/VI/213   Mainly 1923-27.
Six plans of plots of ground mainly at or near Craghead.
Includes Kyo, part call 151; Lanchester, call 14.
DHC11/VI/214
Plan of Heighington showing acreages.
DHC11/VI/215
Rough plan of lands around Whitburn and Cleadon Hill.
Some tenants' names are given.
Headed "Re Chadwick's Claim".
DHC11/VI/216a  (201697)
Plan of lands in the Whitburn and Cleadon area near Lizard House and Hope House.
DHC11/VI/216b   [Drawn 1908.]
Another plan of the above area, marked 'taken from old plan'.
Owners stated.
DHC11/VI/217a
Plan of Edmondsley and neighbourhood showing owners, acreages, and ancient rents.
With particulars of lands held by the executors of T. Fenwick.
DHC11/VI/217b
Large scale plan of part of the above area.
DHC11/VI/217c
Plan of Craghead and neighbourhood.
Acreages and rents given.
DHC11/VI/217d
Plan of Craghead and of another piece of land in the neighbourhood.
DHC11/VI/217e
Plan of area near Bishopwearmouth Cemetery.
DHC11/VI/217f. (i-v)   1914
Papers [including two letters] concerning quit rents in respect of the late F.H. & G.J. Fenwick's estates.