Medieval Chapel, Headlam (Headlam)
An old stone building in the village may be the remains of a medieval (1066 to 1540) chapel. The eastern half was pulled down in the 19th century, but a wall survives as part of a garage and includes part of a medieval doorway and window.
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Source of Reference
Local History of Headlam
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