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Eleanor KITCHEN, b1771
I'm looking for information on the origins of Eleanor KITCHEN, baptised at Auckland St Andrew on 25 December 1771 and the daughter of Thomas KITCHEN (sometimes KITCHING) and Ann. Unfortunately there is some confusion over her parentage. Thomas married Ann WRANGHAM at Kirk Merrington in 1755, but the marriage appears to have been childless until 1768 when they suddenly started producing children, ie Mary (1768), Thomas (1769), Eleanor (1771 - 1818), Catherine (1776), Dorothy (1778 - 1864), Ralph (1782), Elizabeth (1782) and Martha (1785). Ann supposedly died at Auckland St Andrew in 1826. However, I suspect that Ann WRANGHAM died sometime before 1766 and that Thomas then married another woman named Ann who was actually the mother of the children. I am descended from Eleanor and would like to establish exactly who her mother was as this is my direct mtDNA line. Thomas and Ann WRANGHAM were married by licence, and the marriage allegation gives their ages in 1755 as 30, so both were born c1725. This makes it even more unlikely (if not impossible) for Ann W to have been the mother of the above children as she would have been 43 when she started and 60 when she finished. Any suggestions or leads about a possible burial of Ann W between 1755 and 1767, or of a putative second marriage of Thomas KITCHEN to Ann mk 2 would be much appreciated!
Posted: 2021
marley
ongoing search for grandmother's family. Now found a half sister Annie. Would like to know where the 'half' comes in? Is it fathers or mothers side? Any information gratefully received. Valerie
Posted: 2021
Marley
Looking for information about Ethelinda Annie MARLEY born 1891, married Leonard GIBBS and emigrated to Canada in about 1911. Thank you Valerie
Posted: 2021
Macartney
I am looking for any information that may be available on a John Mccartney B. Abt 1700 in Bishop Auckland, wife unknown, they had 2 children , Robert B. abt.1730 and George B. abt 1732 . I am a direct decendant of Robert. There ar a number of spellings , Macartney, MaCartney, Mccartney ect. His Christening ( Auckland Episcopi. ?. ) I would like to go backwards for John and his wife ? as i have spent a long long time getting to the present day
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2021
Elgy/Robson
I appreciate that both of these names occur frequently in the Durham area, but I am looking for information regarding Charles Elgy, born appx 1846 in Evenwood Gate, Durham who married a Jane Robson J/F/M 1873 in Auckland...only other info is that from the various census, she would be born appx 1855. They went on to have seven children born in Crook, Waterhouses and Brandon. There are so many Jane Robsons that I have come to a halt until I can locate the correct one. Hoping someone out there can help. Thanks
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Durham
Seeking descendants of Raymond (1902), Vincent (1906) and Bessie M (1912)- children of Thomas Shields Peacock and Elizabeth Jane (nee Lee). Thomas & Elizabeth were once managing/stewards of the Cockton Hill Workmen's Club in Bishop Auckland around 1914.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Proud / Salkeld / Thompson / Hart / Wearmouth
Would love to get in touch with Descendants of = My (3x) Great Grandfather was John Thompson (b ard 1810) married to Hannah Proud (b. 10/11/1821). His son John Proud Thompson (Baptised 6/6/1834) married Ann (Hannah) Salkeld on 28/10/1850. His son George Salkield Thompson married Frances Hannah Wearmouth on 21/8/1873 - this union produced my Grand Father David Wearmouth Thompson. He was one of 11 Children. If these names appear on your tree please get in touch. I live in Australia, was born in Sunderland, UK and have just started researching the tree again after spending a lot of "manual" hours on it from 1994-1996. With best regards.
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2020
red mail smithsons of yorkshire
richard smithson b. 1839 alne yorkshire uk he m.ann marshall b. kirkham abbey yorkshire uk they were my g.g.greatgrandparents they had a son william smithson my g. grandfather born bowdon close durham uk but most of there children were born in alne village yorkshire
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2020
red mail hutchinson/dixon / y.shire durham
looking for any info on my grandparents they were john hutchinson and mary helen hutchinson nee dixon they lived in bishop auckland in 19/10 were my dad was born william roland hutchinson by 19/12 they were in edwinstowe y.shire i belive they came from y.shire
Posted: 2005, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Bell/Newton
My husband's great grandparents were Thomas Bell and Hannah Newton from Bishop Auckland in the late 1800's early 1900's. They had a son Thomas born in the early 1898, another Edward (Ted) who emigrated to Australia first followed by Thomas, and two daughters (Dora and Jennifer) who stayed in England. I believe they lived at Douglas Cres, Bishop Auckland. This is all the information I have concerning Thomas Sr and his wife. If anyone can help me I would be glad to hear. Nola
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2019

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