Boundary Stone South South-east of Freemanshill

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DENWICK (DETACHED) FREEMANSHILL NU 10 NE NU 15350810 15/84 Boundary stone on boundary with Alnwick C.P., 360 metres south- south-east of Freemanshill II Boundary stone, probably 1776. Tooled sandstone. Upright stone with gabled top and continuous groove running up each face and across apex; top with incised letter A (Freemen of Alnwick) on west slope and N (Duke of Northumberland) on east. Overall height 0.60 metre. An exchange of land with the Duke gave Alnwick corporation lands 'near the Freeman's Well' in 1776. Tate, History of Alnwick II (1868-9) p. 227-8.

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Historic England listing: Boundary Stone South South-east of FreemanshillHistoric England listing: Boundary Stone South South-east of Freemanshill
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