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Old 13-05-2016, 02:38 PM
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Old 13-05-2016, 09:40 PM
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Hi Telspow,Welcome to the forum. I have a strong affinity for Ellington having worked in the colliery underground there for a number of years. I'm also trying to bring together the wife's grandfather's WW2 service history (North West Europe Campaign) who also worked at the colliery, living at Amble then at Ellington.

Anyway, 'Willow Tree Cottage' does sound familiar I but cannot picture where it is. Hopefully one of our number will recognise it.
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In the 1911 census, my grandfather, John Kellett, gave his address as "Willow Tree Cottage, Red Row". I would be most interested to know if it still exists or if anyone has photographs.
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Presentation at Broomhill
On Saturday night.a smoker was held in the “Grey Arms”, Broomhill, for the purposes of making a presentation to Mr J. Kellett , chairman of the Leek Club. There was a good number present and a Mr G Aitchison occupied the chair

2 December 1905 - Morpeth Herald

Grey Arms Court is a group of houses built on the site of the old pub. A pair of semis of Victorian vintage which would have been 2/3 doors away from the pub are called Willow Cottage and Willow House.

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