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Help and advice for MONKSEATON, NORTHUMBERLAND, 1828/9

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from Pigot's Directory

Monk Seaton, in the parish of Tynemouth and Castle ward, half a mile from the sea, and about four miles from North Shields, is an irregularly built village of no trade, with the exception of a respectable brewery, belonging to Messrs. Sinclair and Co. The number of inhabitants is about 540.

Gentry & Clergy

Lyon, Robt., gent..

Inns, Taverns & Public Houses

Black Horse, Ths. Yellowley
Ship, Geo. Duxfield

Shopkeepers & Traders

Armstrong, Robt., boot & shoemaker
Barkas, Matt., boot & shoemaker
Brown, Jno., stone mason
Brown, Wm., blacksmith
Dunn, Jos., butcher
Lowes, Jos., blacksmith
Sinclair, Edw. and Co., brewers and maltsters
Thompson, My., grocer

Ronald Branscombe branscombe[at][dot]uk

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Most recent revision 15 August 1996 09:39:50