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Northumberland, the most northerly co. of England, bounded N. by the river Tweed, which separates it from Berwickshire, NW. by the Cheviot Hills, separating it from Roxburghshire, E. by the North Sea, S. by Durham, and W. by Cumberland; greatest length, N. to S., 70 miles; greatest breadth, E. to W., 53 miles; area, 1,290,312 ac.,…
Gazetteer of the British Isles. John Bartholomew. 1887
Combs &c. Records by Ward (Hundred) and Parish in which Combs and Associated Families have been found thus far
- Ward of Bamburgh (None at this time)
- Ward of Castle (None at this time)
- Ward of Coquetdale (None at this time)
- Ward of Glendale (None at this time)
- Ward of Morpeth (None at this time)
- Ward of Tynedale (None at this time)
To learn more about medieval terms for land see the ENGLAND: Land from Medieval to Present Day.
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