CuriousFox logo
Village, Town or County  
Browse Entries

Cockerton County Durham
Store this place
Old Map of Cockerton
Street Map of Cockerton
Places within
1-7 of 7

Entries around

red mail Burnside Family
John Burnside born 1821 in Aldbrough Yorks farmed in Cockerton with his wife Elizabeth (Dawson) and children Frances, Sarah and Robert. He built properties in Darlington and died in 1899 and was buried there. Any information on the Burnside family is welcome.
I am researching George UPWRIGHT or UPRIGHT who married Sarah PEACOCK. They were at Cockerton in the 1881 census.
red mail David Baker
Can anybody help with david Baker and Helen Hogarth He was a carpenter
red mail John GENT
John GENT was born in Cockerton in 1781 (from 1851, 1861 and 1871 census), parents unknown. He married Jane ARMSTRONG in 1801 in Crathorne, Yorkshire North Riding.
I am looking for any information about the WALTON family that lived in Cockerton, County Durham circa 1780 - 1840. ANY information would be appreciated.
red mail French
Looking for anyone with links to this name in the Cockerton Area
red mail ROBINSON and OLD
Looking for descendents of Mary Ann ROBINSON, daughter of John ROBINSON, a gardener, and William Henry OLD, son of Richard OLD, a sailor. Mary Ann was born in 1850 at Cockerton (Darlington) and William at Linthorpe in Middlesbrough in 1848. They married at Paradise Chapel, Paradise Row in Darlington on 8 July 1871 and they produced the following children, all born in Middlesbrough: Laura Sophia (1872), Minnetta Annie (1874), John Herbert (1875), Margaret Louisa (1877), Hilda Mary (1878), William Burton (1880), Arthur Rochard (1881), Edward Randolph (1886), Lena Emmeline (1887) and Gladys Olivia (1892). William was a boot or shoemaker and was the manager of the boot and shoe department at the Middlesbrough Co-op at the time of the 1901 census.

Surname GeoSearch

Find within
Text of Entries
Surname Keywords
GeoSearch Help

Read & Reply
Change email
Check entries

To send a message or add an entry... join CuriousFox as a free or paid member. Paid members have entries with green envelopes and all members can send them messages. Entries added by free members have red envelopes and only paid members can contact them.