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red mail Nora CLARKSON
Would anyone gave any information on the following, please: Nora CLARKSON, b 1912 Husband: John M COLLING b 1920 Son: John W COLLING b 1947 Mother: Mary Elizabeth CLARKSON, nee FLINT b 1881. Also a daughter of Mary Elizabeth , DORA FLINT. ANY INFO WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED. Christine.
red mail Richardson
My GF was the Rev George Bryson Richardson and lived in West Auckland My GM Mary Ann Nee Griffiths died there in 1919 any details would help
red mail jackson whitfield /john
intrested in the family of whitfield jackson born 1814 wife ann wilson he was born in weardale area. his father i think was called john need info on fathers family and his own family
red mail Parrish
I am trying to find family members, I don't have much information to go on. James Edward Parrish is my father, he was born in 1939 in Tifton GA.USA. His is the son of James Harris Parrish(no other info is known about him) James Harris married Addie Selph,James Edward married Annie Ruth Mckendree. Sisters of James Edward Parrish are Margaret,Evelyn and Carolyn.
Parrish
Hi, Looking for any information about Sam W, James, Thomas, Hannah, Theila and Rose/a Parrish. They were the children of James and Hannah Parrish of Eldon Lane, Auckland. Thank You
Horsley Nattrass
Searching for Henry Horsley and Jane Nattrass married 1889 Registry Office Auckland. Daughter in 1901 census. Other children may have died
red mail Davison/Dawson marriage
my great grandparents Thomas John Davison (b.1858 st helens) and Elizabeth Dawson (b.1863 shincliffe) were married in Auckland durham in Dec 1882. Thomas lists his occupation as coal miner same as his deceased father Henry Davison.any connections here?
Cook, Watson, Spencer, Bendam
Looking for descendants of CHARLES THOMPSON COOK was born Abt. 1834 in Escombe, Durham. He married (1) MARGARET WATSON 15 Sep 1855 in Auckland Reg Office, daughter of THOMAS WATSON. She was born Abt. 1836. He married (2) JANE SPENCER 12 May 1861 in Medomsley PC, Lanchester, Durham, daughter of JOHN SPENCER. She was born Abt. 1835. He married (3) MATILDA BENDAM 26 Aug 1875 in Durham Reg office, daughter of RICHARD BENDAM. She was born Abt. 1842 in Camerton, Somerset.Children of CHARLES COOK and JANE SPENCER were: CHARLES COOK, b. Abt. 1866, Hunwick, durham. JOSEPH COOK, b. Abt. 1864, Hunwick, durham. WILLIAM COOK, b. Abt. 1862, Tow Law, Durham. Children of CHARLES COOK and MATILDA BENDAM: RICHARD B COOK, b. Abt. 1881, Hedley Hope, Durham. THOMAS H COOK, b. Abt. 1879, Hunwick, durham.
bewley
Tracing descendants of Isabelle nee Cook and John Bewley b scotland, their children were Sarah b1872, Jacob b1870, Charles b1880, John b1884, Joseph b1888,
Cook, Watson, Thompson
Tracing Charles Thomas Cook(son of john cook and sarah thompson) b1834 escombe,Durham- married Margaret Watson (dau of Thomas Watson)auckland reg office in 1855
red mail History
Would appreciate any history of Bromley,s ,Simpson,s1800 to present day
red mail West Auckland
Joseph Stobbs, born 18 march 1862 in West Auckland. Married Mary Louise Pickering. Any information on this family would be a big help.
Davison - St Helen Auckland
Large family of Davison's in the area of St Helen Auckland and West Auckland. Starting with the marriage of William Davison and Elizabeth Crosier in 1800. Total of 12 children. At the last count the descendants totalled approximately 640. Familystayed local to West Auckland for about 50 years but has since spread all over the world. Interested in hearing from anybody with interests in this area and in particular with connections to the names given.


 
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