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Oliver (Olliver) family
Does anyone have any information on, or is descended from Cuthbert Oliver married Haltwhistle 1779 to Ann Green
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2021
red mail John Kennedy/Kennity.
John Kennedy is listed on his marriage at Haltwhistle to Dorothy Armstrong in 1719 as being born in 1690 and living at Allolea at time of marriage. I can find no birth for John around that time I have called the records office at Woodhorn who have no records for that time until 1691. Does anyone have information on John as I have exhausted all Geaneology sites for this man but find nothing before his marriage.
Posted: 2019, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Kennedy/Armstrong
Looking for information on John Kennedy and Dorothy Armstrong who married at Haltwhistle in November 1719. It appears John lived at Allolea at some stage, they later move to Bewcastle. I would love information on both especially before the marriage.
Posted: 2018, Member logged in: 2020
red mail pickering 1840 drowning
i am looking for any information on francis pickering of haltwhistle who drowned in hexham in july 1840 his wife margret gave birth to a daughter 2 weeks prior to the drowning has anyone any information regarding the circumstances if known of his death.?
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Pattison/Pattinson, Haltwhistle
Looking for Nicholas Pattison (or Pattinson) born Haltwhistle 1806/7. He married Hannah Gibson in Ovingham (NLD) in 1835. From then on we have loads of data but before 1835 we have nothing. Looking for data on his birth/baptism/parents.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2019
red mail William Bell and Ann Elliott
I'm trying to find the parents of my ancestor William Bell who married Ann Elliott in 1745. He is said to be of Kellah near Haltwhistle and was born c. 1708. Ann's parents were most probably John and Elizabeth Elliott of Ulgham. William and Ann had a large family. Two of their sons, Thomas and William, went into partnership in woollen manufacturing in Haltwhistle and continued in this enterprise until 1826/7, after which time the mill was rented out to William Madgen. Any leads would be much appreciated. Carolyn
Posted: 2018
red mail Hewitson's of Kellah near Haltwhistle, Northumberland
Do you know anything about any Hewitson's from Kellah and surrounding villages in the mid 1800's onwards. My Great, great grandmother Ann Hewitson farmed in Kellah. Are you a Hewitson with any links to the area.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Hewitson
Hello, I am always looking for information about any Hewitsons from Haltwhistle and the surrounding villages, Kellah, Knarsdale, Lambley, Halton Le Gate, Low Mill etc.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Low Mill and High Mill near Haltwhistle
I believe some of my ancestors were millers at Low Mill and High Mill. Can you tell me where I can get Local History information about any of these mills as I do not live in the North East and the times I have visted the area the Haltwhistle Library was closed. Any book titles about the Local History would be much appreciated too.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2017
red mail A house named Maidenway
There is a house named Maiden Way near Kellah, Haltwhistle. I spoke to it's owner a few years ago and he said that someone sprinkled their Mother's ashes in the garden as she had lived there at one time. I believe that person may have had links to the name Hewitson. If you know of them please could you contact me so I can share information about the Hewitson line.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2017

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