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red mail florance elizabeth allison nee williams
im currently doing a family tree and would like more info on my great grand mother/father.i can only trace two of there children although i no there was more last known living at 6 school street easimgton
red mail Agar Hutchinson Archer family of Easington
I am looking for any information on the Agar, Hutchinson or Archer family. Robert Agar (coal miner) married Edith Hutchinson and I am told they had a big family with Jenny Agar born 1911/1912. She was married to Harry Archer in 1933. If anyone knew her that would be nice to hear about as well as Jenny's parents Robert and Edith.
red mail James A Scurr
Looking for any family member or friend of Jimmy Scurr who worked at Easington Colliery in the 1950's. He moved from that area in the 1960's. He was a hard worker and a big drinker. He was born around 1937 and died I think in Blackburn. Lancashire in 1979. I think he was brought back to Easington for burial.
red mail gair or grosvenor gair
i have recently found out i will probably have living relatives called gair living in or around the easington area's. The name that pop's up the most is EDITH G GAIR.B1912,B1925, BUT ALSO have margaret gair b1916, jonathan gair b1922, john i gair b1915, louisa gair b1918, peter g gair b1928, victor e gair b1932,lesley gair b1924, william gair b1927,eric gair b1932 any info on these wud be gr8t.
red mail RICHARD MILLER
Trying to trace Richard Miller (snr) lived 2 Bolam Street Easington Colliery. Last known date at that address Sept 1973. Son C. R. Miller (jnr) Kill in action Northern Ireland Sept 1973 and buried in Easington Colliery Cemetery Sept 1973. Former Army colleuges trying to trace parents to pay respects
red mail Bainbridge Family at Easington
We are searching for decendants of Mathew Bainbridge & Jane Bainbridge Formerly Rutter and their son Robert Rutter Parker Bainbridge born July1881 Easington Also information about Robert Rutter Park Bainbridge and His Wife Alice Isabella Formerly Nicholson and their son Robert Rutter Park Bainbridge born May 1883 MonkweirMouth The use of the christian name RUTTER & PARK OR PARKER seems to link the families But remains a puzzle we would like to hear from any one who has family links or info
red mail Penman, Dyer, Easington Lane, Easington Colliery
Searching for information about Thomas Penman(born 1852 in Wigan, Manchester) residing at 11 Talbot Street, Murton, Easington Lane, and his siblings, Mary(1851), Elizabeth(1856),George(1857), John(1859), Ann(1861), Samuel(1864, James(1867)and Bernard(1870). Also, Thomas' wife, Ann Dyer(1864)and their children, John James(1881), Miles(1885), Michael Patrick(1888) and Thomas(1883).
DIXON/STRAY Link
I am trying to find the link between any relatives of Ruth Stray Reid m: Joseph Reid (Scotland) and John James Dixon (Hartlepool) between 1940 and 1965. Reid: 3 children; Ruth/Rita (twins) and Eric. Ruth m: Duncan Smith; Rita m: Peter Wilkinson, Eric m: Dorothy (5 children Fiona,Erica,don't know others. Ruth's hus.Joseph m: in Scotland, lived in Loch Gill Pede. Sec. hus. Jimmy Dixon's mother Jane Anne Dixon. Ruth was born on Aug.1 ? in Havant, Portsmouth. One of 14 children: Brian, Sidney, Jose, Eileen, Winni. can anyone help me with a continuation of the people I have mentioned....
red mail RAPER,WOOD,CHARTERS
SEARCING FOR INFO ON :JAMES BLYTH HARRISON RAPER DOB UNKNOWN (APX 1880) MATILDA FLORANCE WOOD/RAPER DOB UNKNOWN (APX1890):HAD CHILDREN-MATILDA FLORANCE 1911-(mJACK CHARTERS ABT 1933) WHO HAD 2DAUGHTERS MURIEL+FLORANCE. WILFRED1914(mELSIE?) HAD 1 SON SIDNEY. PETER1916. JOSEPH1919. POSSIBLY GEORGE1909.
bainbridge
researching bainbridge/connells desendants of ann/roger bainbridge.lived vary places in durham.had 11 children my husbands father was james patrick has is my husband.grateful any info christine
red mail Easington Colliery
I am looking for any information on Hodgsons and Rowlands up to 1945. Family think a Hodgson a railway worker killed on line in 1945?
red mail sara shillaw
im looking for relatives or friends of my father, thomas shillaw (deaceased)
red mail stowell(s)
Looking for relations of Thomas and Catherine Stowell(s), Catherine born in Newcastle, Thomas born Leeds. Lived in Easington with children from c 1914
red mail Musgrave
Stephen & Isabel Musgrave lived in Easington after WW1 died there in 1934. Children: Elizabeth (Nellie) married Norman Garnham, Thomas married Ginny Foster, William married Stella Spenceley, Walter married Hilda Robinson, Mary married Jack Snowdon, Annie married Dick Lilley, Stephen married Harriet Miller, I seek any relatives with a view to info exchange. Have gone back to William Musgrave married in Croft on Tees in 1786 all the way thro to 1901. Regards David
red mail Alice Golightly
My mother Alice was born at The Post Office Easington Colliery. Her mother Jane died three months after her birth and her father remarried. He was later killed in a pit rock fall. Any info regarding other family members gratefully received
red mail Ainsley/Reardon-Jones/Alli(n)son
Researching Ainsley, Reardon (alias Jones) and Alli(n)son of Easington Colliery.
red mail Mather
looking for information on Mather family living at Easington Colliery early 1900 onwards. Known addresses Ayre Street, Easington Street, Oswald Terrace
red mail Burton Meek
George Thomas Burton brn 1869 worked as Coal Miner Easington Pit Lived in Felling Co. Durham married into a family called Meek
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A former coal mining colliery Easington's pit closed in 1993 and the site has been landscaped back to it's original state.


 
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