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red mail MORRISON
Can anyone help with family research on the Morrison family who I think ran a pub in Willington quay or that area. They had a large family including twins, Walter andWilliam who both served in the WW1. I can trace Walter but William and the rest of the family is a mystery. Any information would be great. Many thanks, Wendy.
red mail The Jackson of Commercial Road, Jarrow 1891
Hi. Does anyone have any information on the Jackson family who lived in Commercial Road, Jarrow around 1891. They had moved to Lord Street by 1901.
red mail Thomas and Eliza Stewart
Looking for any info (especially origin in Ireland, probably NIE) for Gr-Gr-GrandParents Thomas Stewart and wife, Eliza. 1871 census shows address 26 1/2 Bulson Row, Walker. 1881 and '91: 21 Hodgson Street, Willington Quay. 1901 and '11: 40 Hodgson Street. They had 10 children; the first 4 or 5 born in Ireland, including my Gr-Grandfather, Hugh Stewart (born Ireland, April, 1861). Hugh married Susannah (or Susan) Moran (born in Jarrow or Hebburn, in May, 1865) in February, 1885. They lived on Phillipson Street, Willington Quay. They emigrated to Pittsburgh, PA, USA, in 1887, stayed there two years, moved back to live at 165 Hodgson St., Willington Quay, probably 1890, stayed two more years, then returned to Pittsburgh permanently in 1892. Help with any mistakes, blanks, or descendants greatly appreciated.
red mail John Crowthers
Hi i am looking for the Crowthers family from this area. I know that John Crowthers was born about 1848 and he married Isabella Cook. Any information on the Crowthers family will help . Thank you
red mail Maddison Hetherington Goodrum
I am researching family tree and have hit a brick wall. I would be grateful for any information about George Henry Maddison B.1901 Potter St. His sister Matilda May Maddison B. 1902 South St. Jarrow.( My Grandmother ) their father.George Hetherington Maddison mother. Matilda Maddison nee Goodrum. There is a connection to Gt. Yarmouth Norfolk and am willing to share information on this side of the family.Many thanks.
red mail Charles Ransome Sayers
I am looking for Charles Ransome Sayers born 1863.He married Elizabeth Tabitha Nurse and had a brother Robert born 1860. I found him with his brother on an 1881 census as lodgers but I cannot find his parents.I would be grateful for any help that anyone can give me. Thank you.
red mail Rev. John D S McCubbin
Was minister at Presbyterian Church at Willington Quay from 1909 until his death in 1924. Looking for info. on him and his family.
red mail John & Elizabeth O'Donnell
Living in Headlam & Hodgson Street married in 1900 in St.Aiden's Chapel. Children Catherine, Thomas, Edward, Mary, Michael, Annie, John Robert, James, Peter my grandfather, Hugh,Margaret & Bernard all born between 1897 & 1920. Any photos/info of the area at this time?
red mail Holohan and Lawler of Willington Quay
Trying to trace information on a Michael Holohan born in Ireland in 1840. His wife was called Elizabeth Lawler born 1850 in Ireland. Their children were Elizabeth born 1776, William born 1778 and Mary born 1880 all born either in Wallsend or Willington Quay. On the 1881 census Johanna Lawler, mother in law aged 69 and born in Ireland, Michael Lawler aged 37 and born in Ireland and Johanna Lawler aged 28 and born in Ireland were all living at 60 Nelson Street, Wallsend.
red mail flanagan
any info on Patrick Flanagan and Lily Agnes Flanagan living in Willington quay or wallsend in early 1900's
red mail Alice OLIVER b. 1813 Willington Quay
Alice married William LASHLEY , a waterman b. 1812 Dunston nr. Whickham in Newcastle in 1833 On one census it shows that she was born in W. Quay rather than South Shields where they lived.Appreciate any info. on the OLIVERs .


 
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