Keys to the Past

Duddo medieval village (Duddo)

Duddo was part of the Bishop of Durham's estate of Norhamshire. An historic document from the 16th century made a survey of the township and recorded eight husbandlands. In the 18th century there were 40 houses in Duddo, but there are no earthworks of the medieval village.

Reference number:N2349
Historical period: Medieval (1066 to 1540)

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Source of Reference
Local History of Duddo


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