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Cornsay Cornsay is a hamlet and civil parish in County Durham, England. The population of the Civil Parish taken at the 2011 census was 1,128. It is southeast of Consett and southwest of Durham. It consists of nineteen dwellings, including four farms & is the home of Greenacres Nudist club. All formerly belonged to Ushaw College for the training of Catholic priests, hence the organised nomenclature. East and West Farms are now in private hands as homes but the other two are still active, South Farm run by the Suddes family and North Farm by the Tweddle family.
Cornsay On the village green is the enigmatic "draw well": on first look a bus shelter but, on closer inspection, a building with a 17th-century dedication. It was once the main source of water for the village, and later a site for the sale of paraffin at a time when the village was larger. It was restored in 2007 by the removal of a breeze-block infill that had blocked the doorway and now has a new wrought-iron gate that allows inspection of the interior of the building.
Cornsay Colliery Regarding Cornsay Colliery, the following is taken from "History, Topography, and Directory of the County Palatine of Durham" published by Francis Whellan & Company in 1894:
Cornsay Colliery Cornsay Colliery is a village in County Durham, England.
List of villages in the Durham Dales Close House, Copley, Copthill, Cornriggs, Cowshill, Cornsay, Cornsay Colliery, Cotherstone, Craigside, Crawleyside
Hedleyhope Fell The reserve is common land and forms part of Hedleyhope Fell and Cornsay Common.
List of places in County Durham Carlbury, Carlton, Carrville, Cassop, Castle Eden, Castleside, Catchgate, Causey, Chester Moor, Chester-le-Street, Chilton, Chilton Lane, Cleatlam, Close House, Clough Dene, Coal Bank, Cockerton, Cockfield, Cold Hesledon, Collierley, Consett, Copley, Copthill, Cornforth, Cornriggs, Cornsay, Cornsay Colliery, Cotherstone, Coundon, Coundon Grange, Coundongate, Cowpen Bewley, Cowshill, Coxhoe, Craghead, Craigside, Crawleyside, Crimdon Park, Crook, Crookgate Bank, Crookhall, Croxdale, Cleadon
Deerness Valley Railway The line was primarily built to serve the collieries at Ushaw Moor, Waterhouses, Hamsteels, Esh, Cornsay, New Brancepeth and East Hedley Hope, and was opened to passengers only as an afterthought.
Esh, County Durham An electoral ward in the same name exists. This ward stretches west to Cornsay and other areas. The total population of the ward taken at the 2011 Census was 6,570.
Jimmy Rayner Prior to joining Peterborough, Rayner, a native of Cornsay, County Durham, had begun his football career as a striker at Grimsby Town, and later had short spells at Bury, Hartlepool United, Barrow and non-league Grantham Town before joining Peterborough in 1958. He spent five seasons at Peterborough before rejoining Grantham as player-coach in 1963.