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Northchapel 1902 Northchapel
Half Moon
showing Landlord Mr. Ayling & his wife
more info
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Northchapel Almshouses Northchapel
postcards undated [2 shown, 3 archived]
Beth & in house
ref- 326

Northchapel Northchapel
St. Michaels Church
postcard used 1903
thanks: J. Souter, Blaydon, Tyne & Wear
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Northchapel Northchapel
St. Michaels Church
postcard used 1900
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