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Ann Ternent-nee Felton 1803
What happened to Ann after the 1861 census. Aged 63 living at Roxburgh Place in Alnwick working as an Agricultural Labourer. Living with son George and grandson John. She married Thomas Ternent in 1823 at St.Peter's and St. Paul's in Longhorsley. Daughter of William and Ann Felton-nee Veach. Her husband Thomas died 1853. Why can't I find a death in Alnwick? Did she move away? Did she remarry? Grateful for any help. Irene G.
Posted: 2019, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Carpenter called William Wright who worked on Alnwick Castle restoration.
I'm looking for information about the family of William Wright, carpenter and wood carver, who worked on the restoration of Alnwick Castle in the 1870s/80s/90s. He had a large family, being married twice. One of his daughters- the second youngest child- was Frances Elizabeth Wright, born 1883. She married a John Carter Wood (originally of Hawick, I believe) in 1908, and they moved to Carlisle where he managed an ironmongers in Botchergate. John died young in the late 1930s. They had no children- Frances Elizabeth was my godmother. Would love to know more about any of this.
Posted: 2018, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Robertson / Scott early 1800's
Joseph Robertson 1772-1856 farm worker married Elizabeth Scott b 1775 ? Eglington ? Marriage 1803? Elizabeth may have died 1844/45/49? Their son Luke Scott Robertson moved to Leeds. There seem to have been a number of Robertsons in Alnwick at the time. Joseph died in "the white house". Any information on the family or any other Robertsons or Scotts at that time is of interest. Also, Luke and his son were slaters, I suspect at least some of the Robertsons were in the building trades.
Posted: 2008, Contact email reconfirmed: 2021
marriage-matthew laverick/jane greenwood
looking for info of my great,great grandparents,Matthew Laverick & Jane Greenwood,Matthew,born 1818 in Longbenton was a coalminer as was his father who I beleive was called William,Jane born 1822,her father was an accountant? called Michael,they came from Upon Fared?,Berwickshire or Alnwick,Matthew & Jane & 4 children moved to Shotton,Co,Durham,had 4 more children, then Hetton le hole,Matthew was killed at Hetton Colliery in 1867.Regards,Philip
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2021
Clayport, Alnwick, 1745-55
I am looking for information about this street in Alnwick in the mid C18th. My ancestor, Mark Lawson (see earlier posting), was a shopkeeper in the street at that time. His wife Dorothy died in 1752. He probably married again and had at least one child, who did not survive. I would like to know more about Mark's trade and where he came from originally. There are records of other Mark Lawsons in Alnwick at the same time, in the militia and as a labourer or similar, but it is not clear if any of them relate to the same person. Mark and Dorothy had, we believe, only one son (who was possibly born in Hamsterley, near Bishop Auckland, County Durham). John (born 1753) moved to Yorkshire, where he was a blacksmith. Despite checking the Apprenticeship records in the National Archive recently, I have not yet found any indication of where he was an apprentice.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2020
Mark Lawson, shopkeeper, Alnwick
Seeking information about Mark Lawson who married Dorothy ???? and had one son, John, born in 1753. Mark was widowed by 1774 when John married in North Yorkshire. Mark was apparently a shopkeeper in Clayport, Alnwick. The only John son of Mark and Dorothy that we have found (born 1753) was born in Hamsterley, near Bishop Auckland, Durham. Was it the same family?
Posted: 2004, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Scott Family
I would be interested to hear anything about the Scott family who lived in Alnwick in the early 1800's. George Scott senior and George Scott junior - born Alnwick around 1821. Both Engineers.
Posted: 2004, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Trobes yard, Alnwick
My in Laws include the surname Trobe who lived in Alnwick at a place called Trobes Yard. Any information anyone has about this place would be a great help. Many thanks. bill clifford.
Posted: 2018, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Alnwick Newtons.
I am trying to find records and ancestors of my wifes father, John James Newton, who was born in Alnwick, 21st December 1931, I can't find any trace, so any help would be gratefully accepted.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Trobes yardT
Hi all, My wifes grandfather Robert Trobe, married in 1933 to Margaret Ellen Trobe. Residence is given on cert as Trobes Yard, Clayport, Alnwick. Have been unable to find this address on any map. Strange to live in a place with own surname??? Any help would be fantastic. Many thanks to the Curious Foxers who have helped me previously.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2019

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