Durham

Durham is bounded, North by Northumberland, East by the German Ocean, South by the river Tees, which divides it from Yorkshire, and West by Cumberland and Westmoreland. It is 35 miles long, and 34 miles broad. Rivers: the Tees, the Wear, and the Tyne. It is divided into four wards; Chester, Earlington, Easington and Stockton; with the two districts of Norhamshire and Islandshire. There are 9 Market-Towns. It is in the Province or York, in the Diocese of Durham, and in the Northern Circuit. It contains 1061 square miles, or 679,040 acres. Population in 1841, 324,284.

Source: Leonard’s Gazetteer of England and Wales; Second Edition; C. W. Leonard, London; 1850.

Parishes in Durham

A

  • Auckland St Andrew, Durham
  • Auckland St Anne, Durham
  • Auckland St Helen, Durham
  • Aycliffe, Durham

B

  • Barnard Castle, Durham
  • Belmont, Durham
  • Benfieldside, Durham
  • Billingham, Durham
  • Birtley, Durham
  • Bishop Middleham, Durham
  • Bishopton, Durham
  • Bishopwearmouth [St Michael and All Angels], Durham
  • Bishopwearmouth St Thomas, Durham
  • Boldon, Durham
  • Brancepeth, Durham
  • Byers Green, Durham

C

  • Carlton, Durham
  • Castle Eden, Durham
  • Chester le Street, Durham
  • Cockfield, Durham
  • Collierley, Durham
  • Coniscliffe, Durham
  • Coundon, Durham
  • Crook, Durham
  • Croxdale, Durham

D

  • Dalton le Dale, Durham
  • Darlington [St Cuthbert], Durham
  • Darlington Holy Trinity, Durham
  • Darlington St John, Durham
  • Denton, Durham
  • Deptford St Andrew, Durham
  • Dinsdale, Durham
  • Durham Castle and Precincts, Durham
  • Durham Cathedral, Durham
  • Durham College, Durham
  • Durham Magdalen Place, Durham
  • Durham St Giles, Durham
  • Durham St Margaret, Durham
  • Durham St Mary le Bow with St Mary the Less, Durham
  • Durham St Nicholas, Durham
  • Durham St Oswald, Durham

E

  • Easington, Durham
  • Ebchester, Durham
  • Edmondbyers, Durham
  • Egglescliffe, Durham
  • Eggleston, Durham
  • Elton, Durham
  • Elwick Hall, Durham
  • Embleton, Durham
  • Escomb, Durham
  • Esh, Durham
  • Etherley, Durham

F

  • Ferryhill, Durham

G

  • Gainford, Durham
  • Garmondsway Moor, Durham
  • Gateshead [St Mary], Durham
  • Gateshead Fell [St John], Durham
  • Great Stainton, Durham
  • Greatham, Durham
  • Grindon, Durham

H

  • Hamsterley, Durham
  • Hart, Durham
  • Hartlepool [St Hilda], Durham
  • Haughton le Skerne, Durham
  • Heatherycleugh, Durham
  • Heighington, Durham
  • Hetton le Hole, Durham
  • Heworth [St Mary], Durham
  • Heworth St Alban, Durham
  • Houghton le Spring, Durham
  • Hunstanworth, Durham
  • Hunwick, Durham
  • Hurworth, Durham

I

  • Ingleton, Durham

J

  • Jarrow, Durham

K

  • Kelloe, Durham

L

  • Lamesley, Durham
  • Lanchester, Durham
  • Land Common to Evenwood and Barony and West Auckland, Durham
  • Land Common to Lynesack and Softley, Hamsterley and South Bedburn, Durham
  • Long Newton, Durham
  • Lynesack, Durham

M

  • Medomsley, Durham
  • Merrington, Durham
  • Middleton St George, Durham
  • Middleton in Teesdale, Durham
  • Monk Hesleden, Durham
  • Monkwearmouth [St Peter], Durham
  • Monkwearmouth All Saints, Durham
  • Muggleswick, Durham

N

  • Norton, Durham

P

  • Pelton, Durham
  • Penshaw, Durham
  • Pittington, Durham

R

  • Rainton, Durham
  • Redmarshall, Durham
  • Ryhope, Durham
  • Ryton, Durham

S

  • Satley, Durham
  • Seaham, Durham
  • Seaham Harbour, Durham
  • Seaton Carew, Durham
  • Sedgefield, Durham
  • Shadforth, Durham
  • Sherburn House, Durham
  • Shildon, Durham
  • Shincliffe, Durham
  • Sockburn, Durham
  • Shields, South [St Hilda], Durham
  • South Shields Holy Trinity, Durham
  • South Shields St Stephen, Durham
  • Southwick, Durham
  • Staindrop, Durham
  • Stanhope, Durham
  • Stella, Durham
  • Stillington, Durham
  • Stockton upon Tees [St Thomas], Durham
  • Stockton upon Tees Holy Trinity, Durham
  • Stranton, Durham
  • Sunderland, Durham
  • Sunderland St John, Durham

T

  • Tanfield, Durham
  • Thornley, Durham
  • Thornley St Bartholomew, Durham
  • Trimdon, Durham
  • Usworth, Durham

W

  • Washington, Durham
  • Weardale St John, Durham
  • Westoe, Durham
  • Whickham, Durham
  • Whitburn, Durham
  • Whitwell House, Durham
  • Whitworth, Durham
  • Whorlton, Durham
  • Wingate Grange, Durham
  • Winlaton, Durham
  • Winston, Durham
  • Witton Gilbert with Kimblesworth, Durham
  • Witton le Wear, Durham
  • Wolsingham, Durham
  • Wolviston, Durham

Header Image: Durham Cathedral from Framwellgate bridge, with figures to the foreground by Louise Rayner

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