Aug

19

2011

COATHAM – Incouragible Young Thief

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Coatham, Law & Order

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Accreditation The Redcar and Saltburn-by-the-Sea Gazette 04/12/1880. AN INCOURAGIBLE YOUNG THIEF AT COATHAM.           At Guisborough Petty Sessions, a lad about fifteen years of age, named William Bowers, was brought up in custody charged with stealing £1 in gold from Henry Holmes, flour dealer,...

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Aug

8

2011

BUILDING – Coatham Roman Catholic Church Opening.

dean

Buildings, Coatham

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Accreditation The Redcar & Saltburn-by-the-Sea Gazette 10/08/1877 OPENING OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHAPEL           This place of worship was solemnly opened on Tuesday, by the Bishop of Beverley. The building is on the West side of the town a short distance from the gasworks, and is only intended...

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Aug

6

2011

BOUNDARY – Fence

dean

Coatham, Law & Order, Redcar

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Boundary Fence             Such was the rivalry in the past (1800’s) between Coatham and Redcar, they put up a wooden boundary fence between their two communities to make quite clear which area you were in. The boundary fence started in West terrace, and travelled southerly in a straight...

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Jul

30

2011

COATHAM – Wharf

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Coatham

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Accreditation The Redcar and Saltburn-by-the-Sea Gazette 11/05/1877  NEW WHARF NEAR COATHAM     The usual monthly meeting of the Tees Conservancy Commission was held on Monday morning, at the offices of the Commissioners, Bridge Road, Stockton. Mr. Issac Wilson presided. The Chairman moved the confirmation...

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Jul

29

2011

STORM – Gale causes extensive damage

dean

Coatham, Warrenby, Weather & Tides

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Accreditation Redcar & Saltburn News 22/10/1874 TERRIFIC GALE EXTENSIVE DAMAGE TO HOUSE PROPERTY AT COATHAM AND WARRENBY      A terrific gale from the North West raged yesterday morning, and much damage has been caused by property at Coatham and Warrenby. Three houses near Coatham Convalescent...

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Jul

29

2011

COATHAM – Mad Dog at Large

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Coatham

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Accreditation Redcar & Saltburn News 04/061874 MAD DOG AT LARGE AT COATHAM      On Monday morning, a dog belonging to a Rev. A. E. Clementi Smith, late vicar of Coatham, left in charge of Mr, Skinner, Portland Terrace, Coatham, was reported to be at large in a rabid state. P.C. Cooke, of Redcar,...

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Jul

27

2011

COATHAM – Mill accident

dean

Coatham

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Accreditation The Redcar & Saltburn News 24/01/1873. Coatham Flour Windmill with men working on sails. Certainly a dangerous job. Look at the person on the top sail.      On Monday morning last a little boy, 2 ½ years of age, son of Mr. Dowson, miller, went up into the mill to call his father...

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Jul

26

2011

COATHAM – Convalescent Home Home of the Good Samaritan

dean

Coatham

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Accreditation The Redcar & Saltburn-by-the-Sea Gazette 20/10/1871 HOME OF THE GOOD SAMARITAN      The prospectus has been issued announcing the intention of the promoters of the Convalescent Home to build a hospital for sick children, to be conducted in the same spirit and principles as the Convalescent...

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Jul

17

2011

COATHAM – Pier

dean

Coatham

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RPP recently made a search to ascertain where this piece of information originated and would still wish to accredit the person(s) accordingly. If person(s) do know where it originated please contact us through our comments board. COATHAM PIER      Coatham pier from the very start appeared to be...

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Jul

16

2011

COATHAM – Fishing Accident 1 death 3 Escape

dean

Coatham

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Accreditation The Redcar & Saltburn-by-the-Sea Gazette 02/09/1870 Fatal Case of Drowning at Coatham and Narrow Escape of Thee Lives        A very distressing accident took place at Coatham on Saturday night last, causing the loss of one life and jeopardising the lives of three others. Three...

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