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red mail Judge family Shotley Bridge
I'm looking for information on Peter Judge b 1805 in Ireland and Mary Judge also born 1805 in Ireland. They had several children who were registered at St Nicholas church in Newcastle. Peter and his wife are on the 1871 census living at 35 Wood St. He is on the 1881 census at 30 Wood St and is an 'outside pauper'. Their children include Michael b1840, Elizabeth b 1852, John b 1839, Thomas b1837 and Stephen b 1842. I cannot find death entries for either Peter or Mary. Thanks
red mail Abraham Sewell Family
Robert Mark Sewell born to Abraham Sewell and Ann or Hannah was their first child born about 1852 at Shotley Bridge, Durham. He was the older brother of my great grandfather William Hart Sewell. Robert Mark Sewell's wife was named Margaret. Abraham Sewell's father's name was also Abraham and his mother's name was Jane. If anyone knows anything about these people I would greatly appreciate the information, and I also have in formation to share.
red mail GRAHAM
esearching the Graham family who lived at Low Fine House, Shotley Field circa 1845 - 50. John Graham and wife Jane Graham Children Elizabeth, Edward They are on the 1851 census at Low Fine house but by 1861 have moved to Walkershank Cottage Newlands. They eventually moved on to Medomsley, Victoria Garesfield and Chopwell.
red mail Greenhills Shotley Bridge
Does anyone know anything about Scott family that lived at Greenhill Shotley Bridge Managing Director Coal Mines
red mail Halls of St Andrew's parish, Shotley, Northumberland
I'm reseaching the Hall family who seem to have been mainly stone masons and came from Shotley, Shotleyfield, Black Hedley, Snod's Edge and Birkenside. In my direct line the maiden names of Moor, Kirkley, Angus and Hopper appear for the same area with the earliest being a marriage between John Hall and Mary Hopper taking place at St Andrew's Church Shotleyfield on 30 Apr 1718. I hope to find others researching these lines in order to exchange information
red mail Messenger
Does anyone have any details of the Rev Messenger in Shotley Bridge? We live in Messenger House which he was supposed to have built. he was vicar at St Andrews Shotley Field. he moved to the district in 1829 and died in 1841.

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