Some well-to-do folks lived in Jarrow Wood House over the years, so your idea that there might be a sketch of the property somewhere is quite likely.
DEATH: In 1803, at Jarrow Wood House, in his 66th year, R. Wade, esq., of Scotch House, West Boldon.
I suspect that this is the same, very well-off Mr. Wade that that opened up Hebburn Pit in 1792.
Also, Ive been looking through the wills, for free, Online and came across the following:
1848: Thomas Stothard, the elder, of Hebburn Red House, died 18, July 1848. His probate was taken on 6, November 1848. His good friend, Joseph Forster, a gentleman of Jarrow Wood House, was one of the executors.
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