Gateshead

Gateshead, an English town, situated on the Tyne, on N. border of Durham; it is united to Newcastle by three bridges spanning the river; it contains some handsome and interesting buildings, besides extensive iron-works, foundries, soap, glass, and chemical manufactories; it was here Defoe lived when he wrote “Robinson Crusoe.”

Population (circa 1900) given as 86,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Gates, Horatio * Gath
Garter, the most noble Order of the
Garth, Sir Samuel
Gascoigne, Sir William
Gascony
Gaskell, Mrs., née Stevenson
Gassendi, Pierre
Gassner, Johann Joseph
Gataker, Thomas
Gate of Tears
Gates, Horatio
Gateshead
Gath
Gatling, Richard Jordan
Gatty, Mrs.
Gauchos
Gauden, John
Gaul
Gaunt, John Of
Gaur
Gauss, Karl Friedrich
Gautama

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Egerton, John
Smith, John [1659–1725]
Sutton, Thomas