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red mail MOONEY/NAVIN
Searching for information about the family of John Mooney who was born in Newcastle Upon Tyne in about 1862. He married Bridget Navin who was born in newcastle in about 1863. They were married at St Dominic's in Newcastle on 15 Oct 1887. John's parents were John and Mary Mooney who I believe were born in Ireland and Bridget's parents were Austin and Mary Navin who were also from Ireland. Was also wondering if John and bridget went to Australia at any time. I haven't been able to find deaths for them. Their son Austin (later known as Joseph Austin) was born in Newcastle in 1892. He did move to Australia with his wife Marie greenwood and that is where their children were born. It is possible that Austin moved back to England. I cannot find a death for him.
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2016
red mail 1873 John Bell & son nigel, Father Thomas
Hello, i am researching my great grandfather John Bell, whose father was Thomas Bell. John Bell had a son Nigel from a previous marriage. He married my g-grandmother and had a son named Eric. John and my g-grandmother Ethel Richmond separated (they married 1918 in lincoln). I know he had a large house with maids & horses and bred dogs (redsetters) at some point. He was a Haulage contractor, apparently had troubles in 1920s/30s as most industrial companies did- traded 135 Quayside. Lived in 255 Helmesley Rd, NUT. Thomas was a waggonbuilder. I have hit a dead stop really so thought i would drop a line here to see if anything fits. John was born around 1873. Kind regards, Nic (Australia)
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Newcastle Upon Tyne, Robertson family
My Grandma was one of thirteen children born to Daniel and Sarah (nee Williams.) They settled in Newcastle upon Tyne. Her Grandparents on her mothers side lived in Barrow in Furness, and Daniel came from Greenock in Renfrewshire, Scotland. Daniel was a ships plumber.Two of the thirteen children died in infancy.Daniels' parents were John Robertson and Elizabeth (nee smith) and Sarahs' parents were William Williams and Sarah (nee Bayliss) who came from Halesowen Worcestershire. Any information or connections welcome.
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Bowman, william
My G grandfather William Henry Bowman was born in 1864. On his marriage certificate to Margaret Ann Dodds in 1888, his father is named as Andrew. I am struggling to find Williams birth record or anything about his parents. I can't find Andrew on any of the censuses & I can't find William on any census before 1891.
Posted: 2009, Contact email reconfirmed: 2016
red mail John Vipond - Elizabeth Jobling -Elizabeth Fairbairn
I am trying to find information regarding the parents and family of John Vipond born about 1799 either in Northumberland or possibly Cumberland. He married his first wife, Elizabeth Jobling in the All Saints area of Newcastle upon Tyne on 12th March 1820. Afer Elizabeth died he married Elizabeth Fairbairn also in Newcastle. John died about 1859. Any info would be very much appreciated.
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Thomas Varley and Margaret Stagg
Thomas Varley, b. 24th April 1810, first son of John Varley of Derbyshire and Jane nee Stephenson, married Margaret Stagg, b.c.1812 in Duddingston, Scotland on 7th Jan 1839 at All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne. They had children, Elizabeth,b.c.1835, John,b.c.1838, Isabella,b.c.1841, Margaret,b.c.1843, Thomas,b.c.1847, and Jane,b.c.1880. Jane married Francis Lynch, Isabella was my g.g. grandmother.
Posted: 2008, Contact email reconfirmed: 2016
red mail Drummonds and Spaldings and Short and Thorburn
Looking for descendants and information on SAMUEL DRUMMOND who married MARGARET GEORGE BEATTIE SPALDING and lived in Newcastle from 1880's until at least 1901. Samuel Drummond was son of George Drummond and Elisabeth Elliott Short. Other members of the Spalding family (FRANCIS SPALDING) married into the THORBURNS (Jane Thorburn). I have much information on some of these lines which I would be happy to share.
Posted: 2007, Contact email reconfirmed: 2016
red mail Louie Jones
When Louie Jones registered birth of her son, John Lee born 17 March 1890 in Byker, she stated his father was Easten Lee. Gave her surname as Lee, formerly Jones - rather implying that she was married!. Unable to trace their marriage and accept thatJohn was illegimate. Found marriage of Easten to Lily Muller 1899, Gateshead when he was shown as a bachelor. Can anyone shed any light on Louie? Apart from Louise or Louisa, what could have been her 'proper' name? Does anyone know of Louie beingused as a family name for Elizabeth?
Posted: 2004, Contact email reconfirmed: 2016
red mail McIntosh, Sharp, Hutton
My ggrandmother, Euphemia Hutton McIntosh's death certificate says she was born on 3 August 1833 at Newcastle on Tyne. She and her sister Anne Kermath McIntosh and brother William migrated to Australia in the 1850's where she married a James Smith. Her parents' names on the death certificate are William McIntosh and Betsey Sharp. Brothers John and Edward are a possibility. Any information would be appreciated.
Posted: 2004, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Newcastle Customs & Excise 1731
From Calendar of Treasury Books 160 1731/05/14 Charles Carkesse to John Scrope concerning William Robinson's representation of complaint against the officers of Newcastle 2 pages. Appending :- a/ Letterof William Robinson to the Lords of the Treasury dated Newcastle 16/04/1731 containing information of clandestine practices in that port. 2 pages b/ Extract of a letter from Mr Kettleby collector of Berwickdated 26/12/1728 concerning Robinson's two informations 2 and half pages. c/ Letter of Alfred Lawson and John Holme officers of the Custom House Newcastle to the Commissioners of Customs concerning Robinson's information against the "Anna" of Newcastle William Errington master.1 page d/ An account of several thefts committed by William Robinson late an extraordinary tidesman in Newcastle Port,certified byJohn Bayles and John Banks.1 and a quarter pages. Treasury Board Papers CCLXXVI No 5
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2016

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