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red mail Mary Gladys Evans
Mary Gladys EVANS was born 26/12/1912 - registered in Kingston-upon-Hull. Her parents were Lewis Rupert EVANS and Elizabeth Hutchinson Evans (nee KITCHING). She had one sister, Betty, born in 1915. In October 1928 she was living with her mother (and possibly her sister) in Monkwearmouth. The family seems to have been deserted by Lewis (he was in the Merchant Navy) and Elizabeth was in Highfield Institute Sunderland for a short time. Elizabeth and Betty were living in London by 1937 which is when Elizabeth died. I know Betty married twice (COOPER and BRETT) but I haven't been able to discover what happened to Mary Gladys after 1928. Any help would be welcome
Cuthbert Dunbar
Up till recently I only had a trade directory entry for Cuthbert Dunbar, tailor, dated circa 1828. However, I just found a death registered of same name in 1832, age 42. Figures why he is not in the 1841 census! Does anyone know of more 'sightings' of him, or family, in Monkwearmouth around that time? He was married in N'land 1817, wife was called Mary (Brown).
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2020
Charles Smith BARNES
Charles Smith BARNES (Master Mariner) Born. 7 Dec 1827 in Greenhithe, Swanscombe, Kent. Son of Soloman Joseph BARNES (c. 1804/5) & Frances SMITH (c. 1805/6-09Apr1863) Son, age 13, in the 1841 census return at Greenhithe, Kent. (06Jun1841) Married on 24Dec1849 in Bishopwearmouth, Sunderland, Durham. To Jane NICHOLSON (b.20Sep1831) and had 4 children: Lived in Monkwearmouth. Please can anyone relate back to this gentleman?
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Barkers and Cockburns
Id be grateful for any information on the families of Albert Barker b.1901 and Lily Cockburn b.1902. They lived in Wallace Street and Pilgrim Street. They have links to Larcombes in South Shields and Bells from Newcastle.
Posted: 2004, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Sarah Ann Hardy
Sarah was b 27.1.1882 to Robert Hardy b 1854 and Mary Hetherington b 1855 d 1889. Sarah came to Australia and died in Townsville Queensland, Australia in 1931. Sarah had two brothers Robert 1878 d 1891 and Thomas Hetherington b 1880 d 1973. Are there any descendants of the above brothers? Elaine.
Posted: 2018
red mail Crone
I am decended from the Crone family of Monkwearmouth/Whitburn area of Durham and with help our tree goes back to 1694.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Salt Trade With Lynn In 1586
From Calendar of Cecil Papers Vol 3 Page 155 No 314 Robert Bowes to Archibald Douglas 30th July 1586 Begs his assistance in obtaining a quantity of good white salt, which he is bound to deliver at Lynn on the 28th next month dated at Monkwearmouthone and a half pages
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Graham, Phillips
Looking for family of Mary A Graham born 1869 in Sunderland. Married William E Phillips (a blacksmith) in 1890. Lived in Trimdon Street. Any information on Mary's family would be a great help.
red mail Wood, Burdon
Looking for family of William Wood born 1843. Married Mary Burdon (born 1846) in 1867.Daughter Annie born 1873. Annie married Frederick Moss in 1895.
red mail Thubron/Herbert
I am researching the Thubron side of our family and believe Charles Thubron b. 1836 married a Bridget Herbert b 1840 from Monkwearmouth. If anyone has any information on the family, please make contact.

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