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    ALLGOOD, Lancelot (1711-82), of Nunwick, Northumb.

    1725-36; sheriff, Northumb. 1746-7. Biography A large landowner and ‘the promoter of the corn road from Hexham to Alnmouth and the military way from Carlisle to Newcastle’, Allgood was ‘one of the most influential men in mid-Georgian Northumberland’.[footnote] When he

    ELLERKER, Sir Robert (by 1500-65/66), of Hulne Park, Northumb.

    among them that of the Black Friars’ house of Hulne Park, with two water mills and burgages and rents in Alnmouth, Alnwick and Howick, which he received in 1539.[footnote]Ellerker’s record during the Scottish wars of the next 20 years was

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