William Newton (1730–1798) was an English architect who worked mainly in Newcastle on Tyne and the North East of England. He was the son of Robert Newton, a builder. He married Dorothy Bell and lived for 28 years at 1, Charlotte Square, Newcastle. His work includes:-

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  • William Newton (1730–1798) was an English architect who worked mainly in Newcastle on Tyne and the North East of England. He was the son of Robert Newton, a builder. He married Dorothy Bell and lived for 28 years at 1, Charlotte Square, Newcastle. His work includes:- * The Infirmary, Newcastle 1751-2 * Capheaton Hall (North front) 1758 * St Anne's Church, Newcastle 1764 * Charlotte Square, Newcastle 1770 * Kielder Castle 1772 * Assembly Rooms, Newcastle 1774 * The Chapel, Royal Naval College, Greenwich 1779 (interior redecoration), with James "Athenian" Stuart * Shawdon Hall 1779 * The Castle, Castle Eden c1775 * Backworth Hall 1780 * Acton House 1781 * Howick Hall 1782 * Whitfield Hall 1785 * Hebburn Hall 1790 * Dissington Hall 1794 * Guildhall, Newcastle 1794, (refronting), with David Stephenson * Hesleyside Hall (East front) 1796 * Woodford County high school original building, Highams Hall (1768) (en)
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  • William Newton (1730–1798) was an English architect who worked mainly in Newcastle on Tyne and the North East of England. He was the son of Robert Newton, a builder. He married Dorothy Bell and lived for 28 years at 1, Charlotte Square, Newcastle. His work includes:- (en)
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