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red mail Researching SLOAN surname
I am researching the surname SLOAN I would be interested in any information or links to Gateshead > Hebburn > Houghton-le-Spring areas
red mail Kenny/Close family
Hello I have just found I have a new family, in my Family History, My Grandfather at the age of one year old was George Kenney born 1870 his mother was a widow and married a Thomas Close and George took the Close name I am not sure when he took on is original name of kenny the E was left off, His mother Ann, then had more children.Hannah Close born 1872,Mary A Close born 1872,Henry Close 1875, Sarah Close 1874 Thomas Close had Two sons from his first wife James Close born 1864 and Thomas Close born 1862 Thank you
red mail Willim James Graham
I am looking for any info on William James Graham family, he was born c1900. He married a Margaret Muriel Smith in 1925 at Gateshead reg office and died in 1951 in Leeds. He had a son Kenneth Graham born in Simonside Lodge and I believe this is in the Jarrow area. At the time of their marriage William James was living at 23 Windermere Street, Gateshead and Margaret (known as Madge) at 34 Park Avenue, Whitley Bay. Williams father was William John Graham and in 1925 he was a funeral furnisher and it has been said that he bought Simonside Hall, wether this is true I don't know. Any info on these Grahams would be appreciated.
red mail Glovers of Gateshead/Newcastle
Does anyone have any information on William Glover born about 1877. Married Ethel Mary Beresford in 1908 in Newcastle and then went on to live in Gateshead. He died sometime before 1918.
red mail Hanlon
Looking for any information about Hanlon, William Hanlon born.1861 father Peter and mother Jane, also William's wives Jane Ann Storey and Elizabeth Davidson from Booth St. Felling. The Graham's from Bill Quay
Bowman/Close/Cameron
Family tree research on the above names. The Bowmans originally came from Brampton. The Camerons from Friars Goose and the Closes from Ballast Road, Gateshead
red mail Tucker
I am looking for any information about the family of Isaac Tucker. He ran a brewery in Gateshead in the mid/late 1800's, I think. My father was Stanley Thomas Tucker and he had a younger brother, Kenneth. Their parents were Thomas Taylor Tucker and Edith Tucker.
red mail Grahamsley,Devonshire,Chandless Street
Does anyone have photos that show any of the above streets? I believe they were all demolished during the 30's. Any help appreciated.
red mail O'Donnell
Edward O'Donnell born Ireland c.1834 married in Gateshead in 1863 to Ellen Ward born Ireland c.1836.They had the following children including my great grandfather John but what happened to the rest? Any info appreciated. Michael born 1863 Gateshead workhouse, Peter 1864 Felling Shore, Mary 1865 Felling Shore, Ann 1867 Felling Shore, James 1869 Gateshead, Catherine 1870 Gateshead, John 1872 Gateshead, Hugh 1874 Gateshead, Ellen 1876, Edward 1878 Gateshead.
red mail ROBSONS - gateshead
mary ann james married wiliam robson in @1840s. they had samuel - william - george henry - charles e - jane - anna - asabella - margaret. There was also a grandchild born about 1895 called samuel. Mary anns 2nd husband was george henderson on the census he had lived next door in st cuthberts road. samuel was in the 42nd foot regiment. he died age 40 (1900)from Tropical disease caught in the indian army. he was my great grandfather. would love to know what happend to the other siblings

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