Keys to the Past

Seaton Holme (Easington) - Source of Reference

The information on this website is based on a range of published and unpublished works. Below is a list of the source of information used in writing this record.

No. Originator(s) Date Title Notes
1 Department of Environment, English Heritage, Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission 1950 List of buildings of special architectural or historic interest, also known as "Greenbacks" LB Volume, Map & Item: 488, 7, 7
2 Ordnance Survey Archaeology Card NZ44SW1
3 Pevsner, N, Williamson, E 1983 The buildings of England: County Durham p.258
4 Boyle, J 1892 The County of Durham: Its Castles, and Manor Houses p.561
5 1899 Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle-on-Tyne pages 52-53
6 Archaeological Services University of Durham, Carne, P 04-Dec-1998 Turning the Tide, Archaeological Assessment Site Number 172, p 62
7 Daniels, R, Lakin, M, Thornes, R, Cleveland County Council Archaeology Section, Royal Commission on Historic Monuments England 01-Apr-1989 to 30-Jan-1990 The 13th Century residence of the Archdeacon of Durham at Seaton Holme, Easington, County Durham
8 Clack, P. A. G., Gosling, P. F. 1975 Archaeology in the North Gazeteer
9 Roberts, M 2008 A Preliminary Roof Typology for the North east of England c.1200-1700 page 46,47
10 Seaton Holme, South elevation.
11 Durham County Council Seaton Holme
12 Seaton Holme, Easington. Guest wing/oratory 13th century. South elevation.
13 Ryder, P Easington Rectory, Seaton Holme
14 Hammond, Niall 1997 Personal comment by Niall Hammond
15 Durham County Council Seaton Holme rear
16 Durham County Council 29-Apr-2016 4 photographs of Seaton Holme