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red mail Robert Stoker Marshall
I am looking for any children of or relatives of Robert Stoker Marshall born September 1917. I believe he was son of George and Anne and had brother George and sisters Annie and Amy. He moved between the Blyth area and the Midlands, mainly Birmingham. His father's best mate was Robert Stoker who he was named after. The family lived in the Blyth area. Do you have any information for my family? Thank you
red mail Christine Neville nee Clark
The sister of my grandfather was Chritine (a) Clark. She married in Blyth in 1925 to a Neville. I am trying to locate her family for my father. Chrissie as we knew her was born around 1906 in Blyth. Her brothers were William and Jacob. Can anyone please help Thank you
red mail Blyth Family
I have been researching my ancestors, some of whom came from Fife, and the Kirkcaldy area. From what I have seen relating to Fife, there is a considerable number of people recorded up there who had the surname of 'Blyth'.
red mail Blyth family
my Blyth ancestors were agricultural labourers around the Borders region. They lived and worked in Westnewton, Berwick, Glendale, and in Scotland. Did the Blyths originate in Blyth? Is anyone researching the Blyth family name?
red mail Mordue Family Living In Newsham Northumberland
Hi my paternal Great Grandfather Joseph Mordue was born in Brick Row Newsham he lived in a house practically opposite the Willow Tree Public House, he married a Mary Savoy, does any one have a census for the 1890's - 1910 for this area to trace my family tree. (I am a total novice) Thanks in advance for any forthcoming assistance.
red mail Grey family
Does anyone have any information re a family by the name of Grey that lived in Blyth circa 1820? A Mary Grey was born there in 1820-22 and her father was a Charles Grey who was a 'roper' presumably a seaman, any hints as to how to find out anything re this family would be appreciated. I have no idea if Mary was baptised there but presumably she was. Many thanks
Blyth, Northumberland
Searching for family of Frederick Rupprecht & Jean GIBSON. They lived in Blyth for many years and certainly until the early 1970s. Many thanks.
red mail Bowes Terrace Blyth
Hi Does anybody know where Bowes terrace was located as i can't seem to find any information on it. I know it was there from 1911 to 1947 I dont know whether it changed name or was demolished or maybe you know of a street that is near to where it was. So any help would be appreciated. Louise
red mail Whitehead and Wood families, Blyth
I am researching the Whitehead and Wood families who lived in Blyth.They were mariners,ironmongers and saddlers.If anyone would like to share information, family stories or photographs, please get in touch. Anne
red mail William Cammiss
b-1833 Grimsby,Lincolnshire.living with parents in Northumberland in 1841 census.lost whereabouts after that. can any one find him or other info? Thanks
red mail HENDERSON
my great Grandparents were William Henderson and Ann Blair, who married in 1893. Are there any other descendents out there ? I am especially interested in their children William Jobson Henderson b. 1894, Mary Rebecca Bowden Henderson b.1909 and John (Jack) Henderson b. unknown
red mail Blyth, Northumberland
My great grandfather was a JOSIAH CURRY born 1827 in Blyth, a mariner, who married a Deborah Foreman, born 1831 in Blyth and lived with his family in Delavel Terrace. I understand that he had a brother, but cannot find any trace of him, as his christian name is not known, but believe he eventually ran a pleasure boat company. I would love to hear from anyone who has any connection with the Curry family. I am related to his son, William Foreman Curry who married Georgina Sinclair Carr. He was a headmaster at Midgeholme, and Millom, in Cumbria. Josiah also had a daughter, Phillis Foreman Curry, who married William Henry Wight, and again, would be pleased to hear from anyone from that side of the family too.
red mail Hansen/Hickey
Any info about the above families. Henry Hansen married an Ethel May Hickey who lived at Sea View, Blyth.
red mail Thomas Coyne
Thomas Coyne husband of Isabella and half/step brother of Charles Johnson. Charles Johnson married Elizabeth (Lily) Hansen. I am desperately needing information on the family.
Tait- marine engineer
Would like information on Robert Tait, married Margaret Oats, 1948--49 in Blyth,and emigrated to New Zealand so im told,I was away in the services at the time. Robert lived in Nixon Terrace. Was very square !
red mail The Chandler family in Coopers Cottage Links
John and Ruth Chandler lived in what we think was Coopers Cottage Links. In the 1891 census they are listed as being 36 and 38 years old. He was a coal miner. They had 5 children listed - John, Ruth, Ann, Dorothy and Thomas. Does any one have anymore information on the family please?
red mail Arkless family tree in Blyth
Elizabeth Jane Arkless was born in 1839 or 1840. at Blyth Northumberland. All that is known of her is that she married George Elliott a miner from Bewcastle, Cumberland in about 1856 and went to live in Durham and had 9 children. One of these being my great grandfather. According to the 1861 census the family lived in Greencroft Durham England. Since nothing is known of her family does anyone know of any decendants of the Arkless family in the Blyth area? I do believe that some members of the Arkless family had their surname changed to Erkell.
red mail Whitfield,Blair
My grandfather was John Thomas Whitfield married Rebecca Blair 1910 St. Mary's Blyth. I am looking for John Thomas' brother William's family last known to be living Plessey View Rd. Blyth. Please contact me with any information.
red mail Gallagher of Blyth/Cowpen
My GG Grandfather Michael Gallagher (b1840) from Mayo, Ireland is buried at Cowpen Cemetary, Blyth together with his wife Mary (b1842, Mayo), nee Malia, and their children Thomas, James, Patrick (who was a railway engine driver with the NER and died in 1905), and Catherine. They lived at 14 Catherine Terrace, Cowpen, Blyth. Also on the gravestone is Mary Ellen Gallagher who died on 17 Jan 1970. She was the daughter of Martin Gallagher and Ellen Ann McDonald. If any of this sounds familar please get in touch.
red mail SMITH/SHORT?
Looking for information on GEORGE BARNARD SMITH and his wife FANNY SHORT? i know they had 3 sons WILLIAM SMITH NORMAN SMITH and JAMES BARNARD SMITH born 1st June 1906 in Blyth Northumber i'm afraid i've hit a brick wall and know nothing else about the family.
red mail Scott family
Alfred Johnson had five offspring; Ernie, Alfie, Leslie, Eleanor and Marjorie before World War two...
red mail Joe Johnson
Joe Johnson had three sons; Joe, Bob and Bill, with one daughter Peggy and was married to... Joe Johnson the father died, after a rock fell on him in one of the pits in Blyth in 1957...
red mail James Hall Robson
James was born in about 1826 in Blyth and married a girl from South Shields (Margaret Reay). He had an older brother Matthew (who married Thomasin Kirby in 1840) and younger brother Henry Howey Robson. All give their father as James Robson (butcher). Any information gratefully received.
red mail Bowey
John Bowey 1867-1929 married Julia Ballan 21/1/1891. Their children Annie Winifred 1900, Wilhelmina 1902 (aka Mina), John 1907 and Robert 1911 were born in Blyth.
red mail Henry Browell
Looking for any information on Henry Browell b1853. Married Ann Clasper b.1859. Immigrated to USA abt 1886.
red mail Ann Isobella Mackenzie
Ann was born 1831 in Blyth. Married Charles Chatfield in Tynemouth 1852. They moved to Australia and had six children.


 
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