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newby/ritson
can you help. looking for info on simon or simeon newby, who married ELIZABETH RITSON, ON 6TH AUGUST 1783. WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHO THEIR PARENTS WERE, AND WHEN THEY MARRIED. ALSO ANY CHILDREN FROM SIMON & ELIZABETH'S MARRIAGE, THANK YOU FOR ANY HELP. JIM.
red mail Thomas Hodgson, Bishopwearmouth
Trying to trace Thomas Hodgson born around 1808 who married Sarah Carr in 1836.. Thomas was a Master Mariner as shown by Susannah on the 1851 census. By later census records she is shown as a widow. Their son Anthony Carr Hodgson was born in 1844 and married Isabella Crawford in 1866 (his father Thomas is shown as deceased on this marriage certificate). ANY information on when Thomas died (between 1852 and 1865) or Anthony who died prior 1881 (Isabella remarried and emigrated to USA) would be gratefully received.
red mail Jane Anne Martin
I am trying to find more information on Jane Anne Martin, who was living in Bishopswearmouth in 1850. She was "ruined" by Henry Trewhitt Naters and took him to court in September 1851. She won her case and was awarded 2s 6d a week from the errant father. Six months after the case he married a young lady in London and became a solicitor there. But what happened to Jane and her child, born 1850/1? I don't know the child's sex, or if Jane ever married again. Can any one help?
red mail Sunderland/ Ford family
Im looking for any details about the Ford family, i have gone as far as 1811 with a James Ford who married a Jane Cogdon/Cogden married 1838, but cant seem to find a link between this generation and the 2 previous generations, the address was : Monkwearmouth Colliery, Pann lane and Low row. names that could link in John and Abigail Ford Adam Ford and Isabella Thompson. any help would be great Thanks Sharon.
red mail Elizabeth Hodgson nee Havelock
Elizabeth Hodgson was buried in Bishopwearmouth cemetery Apr. 12, 1858. She was the wife of Vincent Hodgson, potter. Her date of baptism was Nov. 20, 1817 in Guisbprough. Vincent's marriage record shows Amelia Havelock as his wife. The first 5 children's birth certificates show her as the mother. The sixth child, Hannah (my g-grandmother) shows Elizabeth Havelock as her mother. No burial record has been found for Amelia and no marriage certificate for Vincent and Elizabeth. Only Elizabeth was shown as his wife on the census returns. Elizabeth's burial record shows Vincent as her husband. I would like to know if Amelia and Elizabeth are one and the same person or if they were actually two different people. I have no idea how large the cemetery is but if there is someone who lives near the cemetery and has occasion to walk around it looking at the stones, I would be grateful if they would keep an eye open for Elizabeth/Amelia's grave and let me know if the name 'Amelia" appears on it.
red mail Calvert's Drapers
I am trying to trace the life of my husband's grandfather John Henderson who was born in Scotland, and ended his life in Manchester. He was a draper's assistant when he married for the first time in Manchester in 1891, and on up until he retired. I have a possible candidate in a John Henderson who was apprenticed as a draper at Calverts according to the census of 1881. Is there any archive information available for this business, or anyone who remembers it? It appears from the census returns that there were a number of apprentices who were housed on the premises.
red mail Davies Family in Sunderland
Searching for descendants of Albert Hugh Davies b. 1863/4 married Annie Stothard in Sunderland. Children as follows, Albert b.1884,Robert H Davies b.1885, John H Davies b.1892, Frederick george Davies b. 1895, Annie E Davies b.1897, Florence L Davies b. 1898, Dorothy M Davies b 1903.Living at Howarth St. Sunderland And Kitchener St. Sunderland.Are any of these names familiar with your research.
red mail SHIELS Henry
I am looking for information regarding a Henry Shiels who was an Officer in HM Customs. His daughter Mary Jane Shiels was living at 1 Wood Side Bishopwearmouth at the time of her marriage in 1880 to George Robert Mason. Henry Shiels was deceased at the time of his daughter's marriage. I am particularly looking for information on Henry Shiels wife which is Mary Jane Shiels mother. I am searching from Australia on behalf of my 83 year old mother who lives in New Zealand. Mary Jane Shiels/Shields was my mothers grandmother and I would be pleased if I could find some further information for my mother. Many thanks.
red mail Harrison
Looking for any information for William and Mary Harrison in th 1851 census Mary was a widow (launderess) living with her 9year old son Ralph. I have no idea Mary's maiden name and can not find either on the 1841 census. The only information is from Ralph's wedding certificate which shows his father as William a cartwright. Any help would be appreciated, Thank you
red mail Vincent Hodgson
I'm looking for info on the famiy of my gg-grandfather, Vincent Hodgson b. 1807. There were 4 children named in the 1851 census, Havelock (1837), Jane (1839), Mary (1841) and Hannah (1949). The only children I have any additional info on are Hannah (my g-grandmother) and Havelock Hodgson who married Agnes Stewart of Gateshead in 1860. Havelock and his wife were traced to Northumberland in 1861 and I have no further info on his family. I have the birth certificate of Hannah and would like to obtain the birth certificate of Havelock as there is some confusion about the name of his mother. Hannah's certificate shows Elizabeth Havelock as her mother. Her name is on the census with the children. I have only been able to find a marriage certificate for Vincent Hodgson and Amelia Havelock in 1835. I would like to know the name of the mother on Havelock's birth certificate but as his birth occurred before registrations began, I am having difficulty finding this info. Does anyone have any knowledge of this family? If so, I would appreciate hearing from them.
red mail Cotton families BWM
My ggfather was Elmer Cotton, mariner, born BWM c1815, married Margaret Maccaskill in Stornaway, Orkney, 25 Sept 1839. They had 5 children, William b 1840, Christiana b 1846, Kenneth Elmer b 1849, Sarah b 1851 and Elmer Johnathan b 1853. I have searched briefly at Durham CRO and found 2 or 3 Cotton families in BWM but not this one. Am struggling to find any more info - can anyone help please.
red mail Grange School Bishopwearmouth - Cowan
I recently discovered that a family that interests me as having married into my ancestral family, ran a school in Bishopwearmouth known as The Grange. One, James Cowan, was headmaster in 1841. Does anybody know about this school? was it a prepatory school?
red mail Andrew Scott or Horace Stanley
Looking for information on my Grandmothers half brother. He was born in Bishop Auckland in 1860 or 1861 eldest son of Andrew Scott a Saddler and Mary Robson and his occupation was an actor comedian and he used the stage name Horace Stanley. He married Kate Kilpack, and I believe they lived in Sheffield. Can you help please Helen
red mail Robson Scott Hulme Aikens Chilton
Looking for info on Henry and William Robson, born 1835/1837, their sister Jane born 1850 Married Thomas Hulme, two more sisters Mary (my great gmother)who married Andrew Scott in 1859 then married Thomas Johnson, and the youngest Elizabeth who married Robert Aikens. The youngest boy Robert Robson born 1844 was a Professor of Music who married Frances Chilton. Their parents were Robert Robson born Norton 1811 and Isabella Ferry born 1815 in Witton Gilbert. Robert was a Woodman who worked on the Earl of Durhams Estate. I have no info on Henry or William, Mary I have a lot of, Elizabeth, I met her granddaughter who suppled me with valuable info. I would appreciate any info on Henry and William, also Jane who may have gone to Australia,and finally the Professor who I think travelled a lot. Thank you. Helen
red mail william jacques
i am trying to find info about william jacques he married my grandmother elizabeth mcclackland in durham in 1930\31 his father was louis he was deseased.i have serched many places to find him but i think his date of birth is wrong on marriage cert it says he was born1900. yet i have found a death for a william jacques in leeds which is were he died in 1952 saying he was 65 this would not be right if born in 1900.can anyone help me
red mail Marmaduke Dolphin
I am looking for further information on Marmaduke Dolphin born Bishopwearmouth 1793/1795 and his parents who I think are Marmaduke and Eleanor. The Marmaduke born 1793/1795 died Summerseat Lancashire 1866
red mail Harker
I would love some information about any Harkers living in Blyth St. South Hylton, 1870's till 1890's. Their names were William and Elizabeth.
red mail Drummond - Steel(e)
Looking for information on David Steele and Mary ann Drummond married may 18 1829, bishopwearmouth.
red mail Charlie K Sheard
Anyone descended from Charlie Kilner and Annie E Sheard, aged 28 and 26 in 1881? They had a son in 1881 called Saville Sheard. Charlie was a Manager to a Cab proprietor and they lived at 30 Chester Terrace, Bishopwearmouth.
red mail Bishopwearmouth / Benson
I am trying to find information on Mary Jane Benson & James Molloy in Bishopwearmouth around 1875. They lived at Crow Tree Rd Sunderland, then moved to Deptford London, they were married in 1903.
Reay Family
I am looking for information on the Reay family (Amelia born 1891 Catherine, James, Jane )living in bishopwearmouth approx 1870 onwards any information would be appreciated
red mail Whitehead and ships
Looking for more details on the Whitehead family living at Henry St in 1861 census. He was at Sea? Wife Barbara, husband a "Master mariner" but not listed on census. Children Elizabeth, John, Barbara Ann, Ephraim, Mary, Luke
BISHOPWEARMOUTH
DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY INFORMATION RE MARY EMMA CESSFORD AND A JOHN TAYLOR(FATHER WAS A TAILOR) ABT1935. THEY HAD A SON. THEY NEVER STAYED TOGETHER ANY INFOMATION GREATLY APPRECIATED. THANKYOU KAREN
red mail Coxon
Seeking information about James Coxon, son of William Coxon. James was born about 1818
red mail Charlton
Looking for a connection to James Charlton born about 1843 in Sunderland. Married Mary Sanderson born Leeds. Three offspring,Mary Alice b 1864, Frank (my grandfather) b 1866 and Edie. James died between 1866 & 1878. Mary Sanderson remarried a John Farrer in 1878 in Sunderland.He had 3 sons & 2 daughters, Annie,Edith James,John Tom. Last known address in 1881 11 Maple St Sunderland
Jane Naisby
Jane Naisby was my great-great-grandmother. I am descended from her first born son, William Ingledew. William married Elizabeth Herschel in 1892. They had four sons and one daughter, Elizabeth, who was born in 1895 and was my grandmother. Elizabeth Ingledew married Thomas Young in 1918 and had 4 daughters - Dorothy, Marjorie, Elsie (my mother) and Valerie.
red mail McNamara Arnison
I'm looking for any information relating to McNamara's from Bishopwearmouth, Charles McNamara was living in Sunderland in 1851, he moved to Swansea in about 1855, returning to Bishopwearmouth in about 1875. His wife Elizabeth was born in Dudley in about 1830. Their son John Coundon McNamara died in Sunderland in about 1877 aged 18, 2 other sons were Charles and Thomas Their daughter Elizabeth married John Herring Arnison.
red mail Thomas Stockdale
I am looking for any infomation regarding Thomas Stokdale who was born 1836 a business man and ship owner.
red mail Huntley Crown
Birth about 1841 sought
red mail Family of Mallins
Hello I'm looking for any decendants of Edward Mallin born 1839 Ireland but lived in Bishopwearmouth and other parts of Sunderland had a daughter Catherine born 1867, but his wife must have died when she was given birth as she died in1867 any help would be gratfull Wendy
red mail Errington, Skillicorn, Anderson, Dowson
Roger D. Errington b.1947, son of Doreen Skillicorn and Roger Errington who married 1945. Do you know him? We share common ancestors. His mother Doreen is the daughter of Lewis Douglas Skillicorn and Emily Anderson, who married in 1907 in the Thornhill Church, Burns Road, Sunderland. Emily, born in 1883 in Sunderland, was a daughter of Mary Ann Dowson and John Edward Anderson. I desecend from Mary's brother Thomas William Dowson. I have old photos of Emily and her father John Anderson to share, as well as many others of the Dowson family. Have lots of family tree information to share with anyone who contacts me about the Andersons and Dowsons.
red mail Dowson, Melvin, Crofton, Anderson
Looking for the descendants of Thomas Dowson, lived in Bishopwearmouth from 1825 until his death at Hendon Rectory, Rutland Rd. in 1881. (born Witton-le-Wear 1800). He first married Elizabeth Crofton in Bishopwearmouth in 1825, and 2) Elizabeth Melvin in Monkwearmouth in 1833. Looking for descendants, if any, of his daughters from his first marriage: Margaret Dowson b.1826, Isabella Dowson b. 1827, marriages unknown, and from his second marriage, his daughter Mary Ann Dowson(b.1839, d.1910)who married John Edward Anderson at Brougham St. Tabernacle in 1873 (Edward/John died 1918). I can share old photos, info about NZ Dowsons, and Dowson ancestors in Witton-le-Wear and Hamsterley back to 1570s.
red mail Hodgson Bishopwearmouth
I have family connections in sunderland.Thomas john Hodgson born 1843c Walter Martin Hodgson Born 1885.1n 1891 1901 in Hedworth st.St Ignatius Parish regards Isabel
Wear Brewery Bishopwearmouth
Hi, My Ancestor Byerley Hall died at the Wear Brewery of Pulmonary Tuberculosis on the 6th March 1876. Does anyone have any information on the above Brewery. Thanks / Grahame
red mail Mullins, Johnson
Marriage - Julia Mullins to William Johnson at Bishhopwearmouth 18/10/1864 - home address for both = 32 Green Street Bishopwearmouth, he was a fire stoker on board a Screw Steamer - father John Johnson (Dec'd) - William died before Dec 1869 as Julia remarried at this time, and she then lived in Ryhope/Easington. Can't find his death in any obvious place - any ideas? He would have been about 29 years old - suggests it was an accident???? Any info greatfully received (2XGGP's)
red mail Blenkinsop, Pyle
Adam Pyle was a foreman at Wear Glass works in Bishopwearmouth from abt 1851-1871. His youngest daughter married a Nicholas Blenkinsop in 1871, Nicholas died abt 1877, leaving 3 children, one of whom died months later. She remarried a Robert Haddock in 1880 & moved to Monkwearmouth. Any info??
red mail Christopher George LORD of Bishopwearmouth
Any info please on Christopher George LORD born 1858 Bishopwearmouth to parents John Chapman LORD (Wharfinger)& Mary Elizabeth CARTER. Christopher went onto marry Mary Ellen O'Brien in Oldham 1880.
red mail Elizabeth CHAPMAN of Bishopwearmouth
Any info please on Elizabeth CHAPMAN born here in 1797. To parents Edward CHAPMAN 7 Mary. Elizabeth married George LORD here in 1820.Thier children were: George,John Chapman,Elizabeth Ann, Edward Chapman,Fanny,Maria Sophia, Thomas Ebenezer.
red mail Howes/Martin family
I am searching for my grandmother, Elizabeth K Martin (formerly Howes). Family lived on Carter or Canter Street Bishopwearmouth(I think) in 1901 and at least till 1920. I would appreciate information from other members of the Howes family also info. about the area, employment etc.
Bishopwearmouth
Looking for Hutchinson and Trotter connections.
red mail Carruthers/Kindell
I am looking for information on a Christopher Carruthers and Ann Kindell his wife. This is the mother and father of Arthur Carruthers Christened 30th June 1869 at Bishopwearmouth. Any record of birth, marriage or death would be a bonus. Thanks in advance.
red mail Beadnell
I am looking for information on Elizabeth BEADNELL born in Bishopwearmouth c1832 she married John ROBINSON 1886.
Forester/Rowland
Would anyone be linked to Isabella Rowland how marriaged John Forester 31 Dec 1808 in Bishopwearmouth,Durham,Eng.Any info would be helpful thank you An Australia descendant
red mail LOUTTIT
Am interested in the LOUTTIT family who came from the Orkney Islands to Bishopwearmouth.
red mail Ingledew, Naisby, Jacques
My grandfather's aunt, Jane Naisby, married Lancelot Ingledew at Sunderland R O in 1873. He died in 1876 but they had two sons, William and Robert Henry. Jane remarried in 1879, Joseph Jacques, and had at least one child: Frances Jane. They were living in Jesmond on the 1901 Census and I believe Frances Jane married in 1907 in Newcastle.
red mail Crisp Family..Bishopwearmouth
Great grandfather,Edward Bland Crisp came from Bishopwearmouth,setteled in Whitehaven,Cumbria and his eldest son,William was my grandfather.Any connections?
red mail corns
Any info on descendants of Dyson Corns and Ellen nee Farroll living in Bishopwearmouth in 1881. Ellens name may also be spelled Farrell, father Patrick possibly Irish
red mail Drummond-Graham
I have in my tree a Catherine Drummond who was born c1834 in Scotland. She was living in the Bishopwearmouth area. She married John Graham born in Loweswater, Cumberland. I don't know if she has any connections to Joseph Drummond born c1832 in Scotland, but it is a possibility. Looking for all the help I can get.
red mail SMITH/FETENBY
DAVID SMITH born October 1804 married to MARGARET FETENBY 27 Oct 1827 in Bishopwearmouth. Has anyone come across this couple? Would love to hear from researchers tracing these names. Thanks Rona
red mail Rawlings
children of Gabriel Rawlings and Mary Palmer Brodribb.Known to have been in Sunderland 1840 plus. Anna Maria b 1817 mrrd Taylor Potts 1840, Sarah Ann Purnell c1817 possibly mrrd James Robertson 1840,Lydia,Mary Ann mrrid ? Pape Caroline mrrd Sml Ditchman Warren 1827 Joseph Brodribb and Gabriel any info greatly appreciated.Thanks Sue
red mail Wearmouth - A.D. 690
From The Century Cyclopedia of Names 1895 Benedict Biscop was born in AD. 628 ? and died at Wearmouth 12th January AD. 690. An English ecclesiastic, the founder of monasteries of Wearmouth 674 and of Jarrow 682. He was an Angle of noble birth, theignof King Oswin of Northumbria. He entered the church and in 669 was made abbot of St. Peter's in Canterbury, and is noteworthy as the guardian of Bede, who, when he was only 7 years old was placed under his charge. He is said to be the first person who introduced in England constructors of stone edifices as well as makers of glass windows ( see William of Malmesbury). He was canonized and his festival is celebrated in the Roman and Anglican churches on the 12th of January.
red mail Crisp
Elizabeth Crisp was christened in 1819 in Bishopwearmouth, any info?
red mail Ann Bellerby
My grandmother, Ann Bellerby, married name Bertram. Bn. in B.w.mouth on 15.05.1870. Any info on her forebears would be welcome. Thanks.
My Gowland Heritage.
My gtgtgdpa, George Gowland born Bishopwearmouth 13 March 1780 to George,& Sarah Hall.He married Jane Cook in Kerby-in-Cleveland on 10 Feb 1804; then disappeared till birth of 3rd son Matthew, 5 Sep 1811, back in Bishopwearmouth; then to Kirby for births of Thomas, Sarah, & John & thus to Canada. Sarah must have died as a Sarah was born here in 1828. The 1st two males, William & George were born about 1805-06, but can't locate them; but William listed his parents at his 2nd marriage in Canada.
Drummond
Joseph DRUMMOND b ca 1832 married Mary Jane LONGSTAFF at Bishopwearmouth on 11 Aug 1857. I am trying to find Joseph's birth and parents (I believe his father was called Thomas). According to the census father and son were born in Scotland but I amnot sure about this. Can anyone help? S. Ackroyd


 
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