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Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. Full text of "The History of the Urban District of Spennymoor with Occasional References. The History of the Urban District of Spennymoor: With Occasional References Kirk Merrington, Middlestone, Westerton, Byers Green, Page Bank, Croxdale, and Ferryhill (Classic Reprint) [James J. Dodd] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Excerpt from The History of the Urban District of Spennymoor: With Occasional References Kirk Merrington, Middlestone. Recent research suggests that some men from Spennymoor and District died in the War. Six died at the Dardanelles in one day in August The Urban District Council’s Book of Remembrance, produced in , lists some of the fallen and also lists survivors serving with distinction. These include Sister Kate Maxey who served in. There are also a town-hall, a theatre, baths, a market-hall, a Freemasons' hall, two banks, a police station, and the Victoria Park of 10 acres, opened to the public in The town is governed by an urban district council consisting of twenty-one members, nine being returned by Spennymoor, nine by Tudhoe, and three by Menington Lane.
Spennymoor is a town and civil parish in County Durham, stands above the Wear Valley about 7 mi (11 km) south of town was founded over years ago. The Town Council area, which includes the villages of Kirk Merrington, Middlestone Moor, Byers Green and Country: England. History. The constituency was created for the general election, and abolished for the general election.. Boundaries. The Urban Districts of Brandon and Byshottles, Crook, Spennymoor, Tow Law, and Wellington, in the Rural District of Auckland the parishes of Helmington Row, Hunwick and Helmington, and North Bedburn, the parish of Brancepeth in the Rural District of Durham, and the Created from: Mid Durham and Bishop Auckland. Buy The History of the Urban District of Spennymoor with Occasional References to Kirk Merrington, Middlestone, Westerton, Byers Green, Page Bank, Croxdale and Ferryhill by James J. Dodd (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : James J. Dodd. The History of the Urban District of Spennymoor with occasional references to Kirk Merrington, Middlestone, Westerton, Byers Green, Page Bank, Croxdale and Ferryhill. [2nd Edition ]. Reprinted by Abley Rare Books (ARB).
Image taken from page 23 of 'The History of the urban district of Spennymoor, etc. " >View this map on the BL Georeferencer service. Image taken from: Title: "The History of the urban district of Spennymoor, etc. [With illustrations.]" Author: DODD, James J. Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS ee" Page: 23 Place of Publishing. Coronavirus: Thank you for your continued support in these difficult times. Since our office and factory are in a rural area, our staff travel to work individually by car and we have enough space to maintain social distancing, so in consultation with our staff, we have decided to remain open for business unless government policy changes. Pages in category "People from Spennymoor" The following 22 pages are in this category, out of 22 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (). When, in , Spennymoor and its adjacent villages achieved a measure of self-government on the Spennymoor Urban District Council, the new authority found itself facing a legacy of poor housing. With few exceptions, the housing situation was little better than when Dodd had described the houses as "more like piggeries".