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Benjamin George Sinclair of Berwick
Benjamin George Sinclair (died 1912 in Berwick) m 1861 Elizabeth Cumming daughter of Dr James Cumming of Buxton co Derby. Am interested to learn of descendants.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2021
DUDGEON, Thompson & Russell
I am seeking information on the Dudgeon family of Berwick, especially Margaret Dudgeon b 1866 daughter of Robert Dudgeon (farmer) and his wife Margaret, nee Thompson. Robert was born in 1823 and Margaret in 1826, both in Berwick. Robert was the son of John & Elisabeth Dudgeon (John b 1786 and Elizabeth in 1791). The 1841 census shows John & ELizabeth living in Castlegate. The 1851 census shows Robert & Margaret living in Poor House Lane. By the time, their daughter, MARGARET DUDGEON was born they were living in Featherbed Lane. She married Alexander Russell of Newcastle. Other members of this family were either bakers or fishmongers. As far as I can ascertain members of the Dudgeon family were still in Berwick up until WW2. Any information appreciated. thank you.
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2021
Looking for members of Bannister family. Thomas Bannister (1830 Berwick on Tweed) daughter Rachel (1860) married Benjamin Watters (Scotland 1858) in Berwick 1878. Any info welcome.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2021
looking for info on the greenwood side of my family,my great,great grandparents were matthew laverick & jane greenwood married 1841,janes father was a michael greenwood an accountant. regards,phil
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2021
red mail BUGLASS and SIMPSON
Seeking any connections to the BUGLASS family of Berwick, and origins of John Archibald SIMPSON born c.1797 and married Barbara BUGLASS.
Posted: 2005, Contact email reconfirmed: 2021
John Tate or Tait
In Berwick in the late seventeen hundreds John Tate was apprenticed to a Grocer John Bird. At a later date he joined the Royal Navy, and in 1807 he married Mary Lewin in Prittlewell, Essex. In 1827 he was lost at sea when his ship went down off Greenland and I am trying to find out more of John's earlier life, including who were his parents. If anyone has any information on John Tate, or even Grocer John Bird, I would be glad to hear from them.
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Denavan or Denavon
Looking for members of this family Denavon or Denavan the father william was born in about 1796 his wife was elizabeth Jackson I am any sons they may have had. They came from berwick on tweed
Posted: 2019
I am looking for information on Thomas Nicolson (Nichollson) (Nicholson) who married Elizabeth Craike 29 June 1573, Berwick upon Tweed. If anyone can help me to confirm his date & place of birth, & if possible his later date & place f death I would be most grateful.
Posted: 2019
red mail CLARKE, MICHAEL (Primitive Methodist Minister) born 1820
Michael CLARKE born 1820 in Ford Forge, Berwick-Upon-Tweed Northumberland (parents George Clarke born about 1800 and Marthia Middlemaas). Michael married Jane SMITH in 1852(Jane was born in 1823 in Sunderland Tyne and Wear). Jane's parents were Foster Smith and Jane Nickel Any additional information would be greatly appreciated. regards liz.
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Bannister
Hi, I am looking for links to Robert Bannister, b.1828 Berwick on Tweed , he was my Great Great Grandfather on the maternal side. He was a miner and he also lived in Usworth , County Durham. On all census records he is recorded as being married to a lady called Phillis, but I cannot find a marriage and do not know her maiden name. Roberts daughter Ellen married John Softley Stewart in sunderland. they were my great grandparents (maternal).
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2017

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