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red mail Armstrongs
Hi. I'm looking for anyone who has any information on Charles Edward Armstrong. He was married to Jane Nicholson they had several children. Ira, Charles,Rex, Elsie,Ursula and Mona. They lived at North Back Terrace Seaham Harbour. (1901).
red mail Nicholson
Looking for information on William Lightbody Nicholson, born Dalton-Le-Dale 1843. He married Hannah Halliday 1866. They had 2 children Grace and Jane. I seem to have lost trace of him on 1871 & 1881 census when he was living in Seaham Harbour. His wife didn't declare herself as a widow until the 1891 census. I would love to know what happened to him during those last 20 years. Thanks Hazel
red mail Slawther family
Has anyone come across this surname in the Durham area? They were active in the Methodist church and managers in Co-operative Stores in the late 1880's. So far every Slawther found is a relative!
red mail elliott /t family
trying to contact anyone knowing the elliott family James, jack, margaret, siblings. James was a miner Jarrow Marcher 1936 army Monte Cassino Battle 1943-44 lived briefly in Peterlee 1950's died liverpool 1956 age 44-46
red mail Thompson Walton
I am a direct descendent of Thompson Walton, born on 13 October, 1803, and baptised on 17 Nov. 1803 at Dalton Le Dale. Parents were George Walton and Ann Thompson. Any further information regarding this family would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Graham
Looking for Francis Graham, miner, at Murton Colliery c1865. Known to have a daughter Jane married in Parish Church Dalton Le Dale 1866 but no other details known. Any help appreciated.


 
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