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red mail WHEATLEY FAMILY
Looking for any information relating to Ralph Wheatley b. About 1825 in Merrington, Durham. I believe in 1849 he married Martha in Billingham. I have been unable to find a marriage entry with both names on so I can find the maiden name of Martha. They had about 8 children and by 1851 were in Leeds. Any information or clues would be welcomed.
red mail Trying to find Farrow
Hi Im wondering if there are still descendants of George Farrow born Church(Kirk) merrington circa 1818 in the area? Thanks
red mail Lazonby Family
I am trying to find the history of the famiy of Thomas Lazonby born Chilton in 1800. I believe his father to be Robert Lazonby from Kirk Merrington. Thomas's daughter Mary later moved to Knaresborough.
red mail Blackburn
Looking for any information on Ann Blackburn of Kirk Merrington born c.1780.
red mail bromley
I was born in Merrington way back in the40,s in Chapel St. My ancestors are buried in the church yard there,
Ingram family - botanist/herbalists
Any information re connection and residency of members of the Ingram family. James Ingram and wife Hannah (both born c 1786 elsewhere) lived at Merrington c 1825 - 31. 1851-61 they are at Sheriff Hill/Wrekenton. Sons Matthew, Luke, John, James and daughters.in.law variously described as botanist, professor of botany, herbalist, medicine vendor, surgeon, travelling herbalist. Matthew (m. Margaret Parkin 1836 at Merrington)lived at Merrington c 1861. Luke and wife Elizabeth always travelling on census day. James married Ann Eliza Skirrow (well documented) in 1852 at Preston, Lancs. He died young. Her second marriage was to Francis Birkett, coal miner. John married Dorothy King in 1847, moved via Wrekenton, North Shields, Sunderland to Wigan. Did the family advertise their medicines anywhere. Were the parents of James (bc 1786) connected with Kirk Merrington?
red mail STOBBS
CUTHBERT STOBBS born 1827 Merrington married Elizabeth Dixon possibly Escombe 1844. Have father Cuthbert Stobbs born 1791 Lanchester (sometimes on census as born Merrington, believe Lanchester correct ) =Sarah Carver. Parents John Stobbs born Tanfield md Elizabeth Thompson 21/8/1775 Tanfield. Siblings of Cuthbert born 1827 were John 1824,William 1829, George 1830,Thompson 1835, Ralph 1837 all born Merrington or same Kirk Merrington. Am stuck at Cuthbert's marriage to Elizabeth Dixon abt 1844 and believe Elizabeth died sometime after birth daughter Sarah born 1849 Sunnybrow but have names other children on later census with father Cuthbert. Can anyone link with these people please. Stobbs were Miners in and around Auckland at various colleries,connect with Stobbs house leasingthorne.
Cooke, Thompson, Ayre, Harker, Downey
John COOKE of this Parish and Sarah THOMPSON of the Parish of St Oswald in or near the City of Durham were married in Brough Church 22 April 1833 by John Tyson Vicar. I would like to trace the witnesses to their marriage: John Stephen Cooke, Robert Ayre, John Harker, Mathew Powney (or Downey)
Cook, Thompson
Tracing descendants of James Cook b 1808 Merrington, and his brothers John Cook b1814 William b1812 and Ann b1816 all born Hett. Their father was John Cook b1783 and mother Jane Wake b 1784. They married in Hutton Rudby in 1809 and moved to Hett where they raised their children. James b1808 married Mary Thompson in Merrington Church in 1835,John b1814 married Sarah Thompson at same church in 1833
Oliver
Looking for info on John Oliver. Born abt 1818 in Merrington. Married Catherine. Children William, Margaret, Catherine, Elizabeth, Jane & John. John was a shoemaker.
red mail Gibbeson, Young
Looking for any connection, of the names Gibbeson, Young, Dodshon in Kirk Merrington Durham


 
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