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red mail The Hay family of Lamesley
I can definitely trace my ancestors back to Luke Hay (1748) who was born in Lamesley, then they moved to Eighton Banks and evenutally to Sunderland. In the St.Andrews church parish register, it gives Luke's father as John, but I can find no record of him or who he married. There is a family search entry for a John Hay (c1715) and a Barbara Wright (c1717) but are these his parents and has anyone already found a link taking the Hay family further back in time. Your help would be appreciated. Bill
red mail Stephenson
Any information on Richard Armstrong Stephenson (c.1821-1905) and his family would be appreciated. He was born in Lamesley/Low Fell and his parents were Thomas Stephenson and Margaret Stephenson (1789-1870). Richard's long and varied mining career saw him live at Middle Rainton and Peels Houses, Harraton in his adolescence, Birtley after his 1848 marriage to Ruth Nicholson (1827-1855), as well as stints at Bewicke Main and Windy Nook after his second marriage to Mary Ann Coates (1838-?). From c.1880-1884 he also lived and mined at Bendigo (then called Sandhurst), Australia, before returning to Gateshead were his long and active life finally drew to a close in 1905.
red mail Fenwick
JOHN FENWICK Born c1825 in Lamesley. According to 1881 Census living at 14 Trinity Street, Gateshead with his wife Elizabeth (born in Keloe) and children John Thomas, Robert and Margaret. John senior was a platelayer. Does anyone out there have any further details about this family?
red mail Taylor/Renwick
Does anyone have any of the following in their tree: John Taylor bc 1827, Cows Close, Lamesley Durham married to Elizabeth Renwick 18 May 1851, Gateshead. They had the following offspring; Joseph bc 1851 Kelloe Ann bc 1855 Chesgter-le-Street Mary bc 1859 Easington Dorothy bc 1861 Easington Matthew bc 1864 Easington Thomas bc 1866 Belmont Jane b. 14 Sep 1870 Brancepeth (my Gt Grandmother). I would love to hear from anyone who may know anything of Jane's siblings.
Harle/Harm(e) 1800's
Looking for info. on Joseph Harle born c1801 and Thomas Smithman Harm(e) born C1815(possibly Cape of Good Hope) living in Lamesley 1840's onwards.
red mail FENWICK
JOHN FENWICK Born c1825 in Lamesley. According to 1881 Census living at 14 Trinity Street, Gateshead with his wife Elizabeth (born in Keloe) and children John Thomas, Robert and Margaret. John senior was a platelayer. Does anyone out there have any further details about this family?
red mail Simpson
I'm researching my family tree my grandfather was born in Lamesley c1885, my great great grandfather William born c1823 & great grandfather Thomas c1853 were both born in Benfieldside,William married Mary and she was born at Lamesley,Thomas married Elizabeth from Newcastle,they lived at Loosing Hill which is now part of Sunniside. I'm trying to find the maiden names. Thank you
red mail OLIVER & BAILEY
Hannah Jane Bailey (d/o Andrew & Caroline, neƩ Crabtree)had a sister, Mary,b. 1847 who married George Pickering in 1873.They are my gr.gr. granparents. Andrew Bailey's family were from Washington. Would appreciate more information about Hannah Jane and her family.
red mail Oliver & Bailey
William Oliver b.1850 (s/o Robert & Mary) married Hannah Jane Bailey b.1852 (d/o Andrew & Caroline) at Lamesley in Aug. 1873. They emigrated to New Zealand in 1877. Any contacts/references appreciated.
Looking for RIDDLE and ROBSON
Both these families in Lamesley around 1871. (ref RG\10\4995\105\12) Any further information regarding either family, or the township would be most appreciated. PMT
Lowery's
looking for info on william and mary lowery from the square,lamesley they had a son joseph who is my great grandfather who married martha or any info on other relatives please
red mail Ww1 Durham Light Infantry
My great-great-grandfather, Robert Patterson, was in the Durham Light Infantry, 2/9th Battalion. He was a Private on 15th October 1914 and 16th January 1916, and served as a Ships Plater. In 1914 he lived at Military Camp, Ravensworth Park, Lamesley. I would be interested to hear from any relatives, or anyone with any information on the battalion he was in.
red mail Ross
I am looking for the birth of Edward Ross, circa 1795. He went on to marry Ann Coxon of Chester le Street in the early 1800's


 
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