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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The information on this website is based on a range of published and unpublished works.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
17 Carne, P, Groundwork East Durham, Gosling, J, Durham County Council, Sunderland Antiquarian Society, Robson, H.L., Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne, Sunderland Echo, Archaeological Services University of Durham 1893 to 1998 Seaton Holme (Old Rectory), Easington