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red mail Great Dearth In 1544
From Calendar of Cecil papers Vol 1 Newcastle on Tyne page 27 1544/01/13 No 113 Earl Hertford & Sir Ralph Sadleir to Priv Coun Send a certificate of the Mayor and Bretheren of Newcastle,bywhich it will appear that the town is utterly disfurnished and unprovided with all manner of grain,of which there is a great dearth and scarcity in all the country thereabouts,epecially in Northumberland and the Bishopric.The said Mayor & Brethren have also shewed unto them that they had made certain bargains in Norfolk and Suffolk for grain which they expected to have had conveyed hither by this time,but the ships sent by them forthat purpose have been stayed by their Lordship's command and their bargains frustrated in consequence of the general restraint of corn for his Majesty's provisions. Wherefore they pray that such ships may be released and discharged from the ports in which they are now stayed,and that they may enjoy such bargains as they have made for grain,and be permitted to bring the same home with them with all speed......
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Madonella Pseudonym
From The Century Cyclopedia of Names 1895 Mary Astell was born at Newcastle upon Tyne 1668 and died in 1731. She was a writer the author of - A Serious Proposal to Ladies, published anonymously 1694-97. The proposal was for the erection of a monastery or home of religious retirement to be conducted under the rules of the Church of England: a scheme which later brought its author considerable abuse; as in The Tatler (32) where she appears under the name of Madonella.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Composer And Writer On Music
From The Century Cyclopedia of Names 1895 Charles Avison was born at Newcastle on Tyne in 1710 and died there 9th May 1770. An English composer and writer on music. He is best known for his 'Essay on Musical Expression' 1752, in which he placed German music below that of the French and Italians.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Iron Founder And Politician
From The Century Cyclopedia of Names 1895 Sir Isaac Lowthian Bell was born at Newcastle upon Tyne 1816. An English manufacturer and politician. He founded, with his brothers, Thomas and John Bell, the Clarence Iron Works on the Tees in 1852 and was Member of Parliament for Hartlepool 1875-80. Author of - The Chemical Phenomena of Iron Smelting 1782 and Report on the Iron Manufacture of the United States and a Comparison of it with that of Great Britain 1877.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Binney - congregationalist
From The Century Cyclopedia of Names 1895 Thomas Binney was born at Newcastle on Tyne in April 1798 and died at Clapton 24th feb. 1874. A noted English Congregationalist divine and controversialist.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2016
red mail McDonough family Newcastle
Searching for family members of my great uncles and aunts, who moved to the Newcastle area of England, possibly Biker from Scotland and Ireland. Seeking information and living relatives of Michael McDonough,born 1876, Maria McDonough born 1878 and Edward McDonough born 1887. Patrick?
red mail query
hi im trying to find any information regarding a patricia byrne married to a Laurence cook in the Northumberland area they was married about September 1971 any info would be much appreciated thanks
red mail Looking for cousins from my Kennedy line Newcastle upon Tyne... Up-Dated
Looking for cousins from my Kennedy line Newcastle upon Tyne. Here is what I have so far. I am hoping to find some cousins... (All are born, lived and died in Newcastle Upon Tyne unless otherwise noted). ~Grandparents: William Thomas Flanigan Kennedy B: 1904 M: 1927 to Margaret Evelyn Ridley (in Hexham) Immigrated to Hamilton, Ontario, Canada in 1929... D: 1942 in WW2, in combat Dieppe, France ~GRT-Grandparents: William Thomas Hamilton Flanigan Kennedy B: 1879 M: 1901 to Edith Isabel Ayre (born in Bishop Auckland) D: 1959... CHILDREN: Herbert Kennedy 1902 to 1965 (he married Rosemary Nevison) ... John Kennedy 1903...  William Thomas Flanigan Kennedy 1904 to1942... Sarah Kennedy 1906... Jeffrey Bernard Kennedy 1911 to1930... Robert Kennedy 1918 to 1992 (he married Margaret Sweeten. Lived and died in Glasgow, Scotland)  ~GRT-GRT-Grandparents: Archibald Kennedy B: 1856 M: 1882 to Sarah Maria A Flanigan D: ?? CHILDREN: William Thomas Hamilton Flanigan Kennedy 1879... John Peter Kennedy 1886 ... Joseph Bernard Kennedy 1889...  Ernest Kennedy 1892... Samuel C. Kennedy 1895... ~GRT-GRT-GRT-Grandparents: William Dixon Kennedy B: 1824 M: 1830 to Ann Young D: 1871.. CHILDREN: Robert Kennedy 1850 ... Ann Kennedy 1852-82 ... Margaret Alma Kennedy 1854-55 ...  Archibald Kennedy... 1856 to ???... John William Kennedy 1858-61 ... Andrew Kennedy 1860-67 ... William Kennedy 1862-1910 ... Mary Kennedy 1866  ~GRT-GRT-GRT-GRT-Grandparents: Robert Kennedy B: abt1791 in ?? M: 18?? to Harriet (Dixon?). D: 1825?. CHILDREN: Maria Kennedy B:1815 in Sheffield, Yorks, England. D: ?? (she married: Thomas Robson in Newcastle upon Tyne in 1834.) ... William Dixon Kennedy 1824 to 1871... (other kids???).. NO OTHER INFORMATION. Thank you, Rhonda, USA
red mail stewart
I am trying to find info on my grandmother her name was "nellie" STEWART and i believe she lived in the newcastle area she was born around 1900 and had my father illegitimately in newcastle workhouse in 1920 her given address was as a domestic worker at osborne rd jesmond which was a salvation army building she then left there in 1927 and went to the riding school northumberland rd newcastle i assume also as a domestic; i believe this was a training facility for the northumberland hussars if anyone recognises any of these facts and can give me any more info i would be very grateful
red mail adams/fraser family
I am trying to trace Annie Fraser born around 1840 her father was John and mother Ann nee White. Annie married Fancis Adams 1864 they had several children my grandfather also Francis (Frank) was the 2nd youngest . Francis the father was born in Scotland possibly Glasgow 1842 his mother 's name was Elizabeth and his father's name was Kenneth. I am most interested in the history preceding 1840 for these people. Francis known as Frank was my maternal grandfather.

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