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red mail Moran Family
I am trying to trace the birth of Bryan (Brian) Moran circa 1861 to parents Patrick and Ann Moran. They lived in Durham, Hetton-le-Hole and South Hetton. Patrick and Ann were both born in Ireland and would like to find their marriage but so far have not been able as there are zillions of Ptrick Morans born in Ireland! Any info would be great. Thanks.
red mail Rutter family
Has anyone any knowledge of William Rutter who married Eva Kennedy in Easington in 1910. The family lived in James Street, South Hetton in the 1940's and 50's. Eva moved in the early 1960's.
red mail Wilson
Jane Wilson, born c.1835 in South Hetton, Co. Durham. Mother of Thomas, Mary and Emily. Information on antecedents or descendents wanted by Thomas’s great grandson.
red mail KELL
I am looking for the family of Dawson Kell who was born in Rainton but his children was born in south Hetton. They are Alice 1861, James 1853, Margaret1867 and Mary 1859.
red mail Douglass
Looking for the names of the parents of William Douglass born in South Hetton in 1835
My g-g-g grandfather was Thomas Clavering, married Ann Hudson in 1838 in Newbottle. All their children were born in South Hetton. Would like to contact any descendants. Known family marriages to Thomas Scott, Mary Jane Hanson, Margaret Watson,John Stokoe.
Looking for details of my Great Grandfather, EDWARD GRAHAM born in SOUTH HETTON in 1855/1856. Does anyone have information on his parents, brothers, sisters etc? If anyone has connections with Edward's family or has access to the 1861 Census for this area and would be willing to do me a lookup (I have searched and cannot find anything up to now) it would be gratefully appreciated. Many thanks.

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