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red mail Carr/Robinson
John CARR (b.1744)and Jane ROBINSON (b.1751) married 13 May 1772 in St Andrew Church, Aycliffe, Durham, I believe they are my Gt.Gt.Gt. grandparents through their son Robert CARR baptised 15 August 1779 at St Michael Church, Bishop Middleham, Durham, father John CARR. Please can anyone help me with information on these two families.
red mail Fogg of Aycliffe
Researching the Fogg family of Aycliffe, any help would be appreciated
red mail O'Brien's living in Aycliff 1862/63/64
Looking for anyone with information about John O'Brien married to a Mary Ann (maiden name unknown), who had a child Margaret O'Brien 1863/64 in Aycliff, Durham.
red mail Thomas Teasdale 1835
I am looking for information on Thomas Teasdale / Tisdale born 1835,wife unknown at this time,believe she may have been called Mary but not verified, had son Thomas born 1855 who married Catherine Lawson born 1856 they married in Middlesbrough County Durham in 1877 and had at least one child Charles Teasdale born 25 May 1900 i believe they had more children, charles married Ada Sowerby born 21 May 1909. Cannot go any further back in time on this family so any help at all would be most appreciated.
red mail Hall Family
I am trying to trace anyone who has any information about the Hall's I have found William and Thomas living in Brafferton but all the children were christened in Aycliffe, Thomas's first child being born in Aycliffe A Thomas was born about 1720 and in all had 10 children all christened at Aycliffe. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you Jean
red mail James Robson Wilson (1819-1881)
James Robson Wilson was my Gt Gt Grandfather. At the time of the 1871 census he was living in Heighington Street with his wife Hannah (nee Carter). He was a land surveyor at the time and possibly had business premises in the village. His mother, Ann Wilson (31) is buried in St. Andrew's churchyard, in the same grave as her father, James Robson. My Gt Gt Grandfather James Robson Wilson and his wife Hannah were both eventually buried in St Andrew's churchyard (possibly in the same family grave) in 1881 and 1882 respectively. They were residents of Darlington at the time. Any infromation regarding the Wilsons in Aycliffe or pictures of the village in the 1870's would be particularly welcome. Charles
Geldart or Geldard in Aycliffe
Interested in exchanging information about the GELDART (often recorded as GELDARD) family living in Aycliffe. These included Richard & Ann (nee GREY) who were probably born about 1770 and their children William (b~1789), John (b~1792) and Elizabeth (b~1794). John was a weaver and first married Dorothy CARLTON (he later married Margaret Hannah WHITE) by whom he had several children (William 1815, Richard 1818, John 1820, George 1822, Margaret 1825 and Ann 1828). Thank you.
red mail Bentley
Mary Bentley born between 1810-1813 to Thomas and Ann (Wood) Bentley. Mary was married in 1837 to Joseph Hutchinson from Alston. They came to the US around 1840. Would appreciate any information on this family. Thanks, Rick
Seeking further info on my Gr Gr Gr Grandfather -MARSHALL HEAVISIDES. Born c 1781 in Aycliffe.Believed to have been in Royal Navy before marriage. Married JANE SHARP (c 1801) in Aycliffe 1816. Had five known children, - John 1819, Parkin 1830, Marshall 1833, Jane 1837, Ellen/Eleanor 1841. If anyone has any of these in their family, or any information, please get in touch. Thanks, Cath.
Looking for any information on Hannibal Swales who was born in Aycliffe in approx 1810-1812. In adulthood he was an Earthenware dealer. He married Christiana Stephenson who was born in Pickering in approx 1812. They had three known children, Richard,Hannah and Isabella.

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