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FURTHER READING

History of Blaydon by Winlaton Local History Society

History of the Parish of Ryton by William Bourn

History of Blaydon District by J.Maughan 1955

Blaydon & Winlaton Through Time by Nick Neave & Susan Lynn

Men of Iron by M.W.Flinn

Winlaton Blacksmiths Friendly Society 1826 by T.R.Hodgson

History of St. Paul’s Church by T.R.Hodgson 

Meldred 1st Lord of the Manor by T.R.Hodgson

The Militant Democracy by Nigel Todd

Life of Joseph Cowen by William Duncan

Life & Speeches of  Joseph Cowen by Evan Rowland Jones

The Braes of Derwent Hunt by G.A.Cowen

Industrial Resources of Tyne & Wear 1864 - Lit&Phil Ref N6.Newcastle upon Tyne

Blaydon Burn, A Short History by Susan Lynn 

Buildings of County Durham by Nikolaus Pevsner

Brickworks of the North East by Peter J. Davison

The Derwent Valley Walk by Winlaton & District Local History Society

Pictures of Old Blaydon & Winlaton by Colin Batey 

Pictures of Old Blaydon by Colin Batey

Blaydon in Old Picture Postcards by N.G.Rippeth

The Blaydon Races by Joan Gale

St. Joseph's RC Church Centenary Brochure

St.Paul's Church 150 years celebration booklet 

Durham Mining Museum  www.dmm.org.uk

 

This list of suggestions is by no means comprehensive, but due to the importance of Crowley’s  and the Cowen family there are also many other history books which feature Blaydon and Winlaton.

While local history books do go out of print due to short print runs they can be obtained through Gateshead Libraries or bought second hand at bookshops or via the internet.

Much information can also be found in historic newspapers both online and at Gateshead Central Library. The Blaydon Courier is available on microfiche at Gateshead Library. Other local newspapers available online, by subscription,  include - The Northern Liberator, Newcastle Courant, Newcastle Journal, Newcastle Chronicle and Illustrated Chronicle.
Gateshead Central Library also has a full selection of Ordnance Survey maps and other photographs, books and historical documents.

Go to   www.gatesheadlocalstudies.com   or email   libraries@gateshead.gov.uk

For genealogy queries please contact The Northumberland and Durham Family History Society  www.ndfhs.org
 

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