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John George Thompson
John George Thompson, b.1874, married to Dinah Reed. His father was George Thompson, b. 1846, married to Sarah Raine. They and their immediate descendants and ancestors where all born in Muggleswick. Any information on this family would be appreciated. Thanks Lesley
Gibson, Mason, Brown
Any information re William Gibson and his wife Hannah (nee Mason) who married in Muggleswick in October 1800 would be much appreciated. Also on John Gibson and his wife Sarah (nee Brown) who married there in 1805. Thank you.
red mail MAKEPEACE
trying to trace relations of the Makepeace family of carp shields, or cushet(cowshed leazes)
red mail Angus
Eleanor ANGUS (b 1862) of Horsley Hope married Robert Noble of Stanhope. Their son Alfred Angus Noble was my husband's grandfather. Eleanor's father was William Angus and her mother was jane Angus (born Northumberland) In 1881 census the parents and other offspring were living at Horsley Hope and farmed 82 acres. Would welcome further information on William and Jane Angus (parents, etc0
red mail Craggs
I have the the marriage certificate of Priscilla Craggs and William Ingram who are both buried in Muggleswick churchyard. Priscilla lived at Dyke House Muggleswick and was married 1862 her parents being James Craggs a Mason and her morther Sarah Hutchinson
red mail Craggs
James Craggs married Sarah Hutchinson, Muggleswick 1832 - connection to Rowley Chapel.
red mail Proud Burnop Dickinson
Interested in Cold Rowley, Blanchland, Shotley, etc


 
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