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Tantobie County Durham
A former colliery village.
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red mail Henry Lake
I believe Henry Lake was my Grandfather, I am the daughter of Joseph Thompson Lake and Eva Lake nee Nicholson. I have some family photos which may be of interest.
red mail Robert Alison Ridley
Does anyone have information on the above Robert Alison Ridley his family or his decendants? Robert Alison was born abt. 1875 and married Isabella (born abt. 1876). They had several children including, Isobella (Isabella?), Bessie (Besse?), Edward, Elizabeth, George, Polly, Robert and William H. In the 1901 Census, Robert Alison reported that he was born in Tantobie (Tanworth). Any information greatly received. Thanks for looking.
Norman Wilkinson
Hi, am trying to trace my husbands ancestry, his grandfather Norman Wilkinson was born in Tantobie in 09/06/1910, he played football for Stoke city before and after the second world war. Would love to find out about this line of descent. Many thanks
red mail Cranston
Recognised Cranston name, my dad Tommy Judge is good friends with John Cranstons brother, Ray. As far as I can gather he is still living down south but I maybe able to help with any other info regarding John.
red mail Cranston's
Iam trying to contact John Cranston who lived with his gran and uncle John Eddy in Larch Terrace Tantobie. When the Margaret pit closed he moved south, but I believe that he returned north when the coalfields closed. Any contact would be appreciated.
red mail Tantobie - Tanfield - Dipton
I have a Michael McCluskey married to Mary. They had many children one of whom was John, married to Mary E Keeler. They all lived around the coal mines of Co. Durham 1800 onwards. Any information shared would be gratefully receieved.

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