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red mail Nesbitts
Any details on Vivian Nesbit of what was the workers cottages for the castle had a brother Named John last heard of 1972
red mail Taylor Family of Bamburgh, Fleetham, Berwick-Upon-Tweed & Glororum
George Taylor, bap. 19 Aug 1759 at Bamburgh, was the son of George Taylor of Glororum and Margaret Grieve who married in Bamburgh 21 June 1757. George Taylor, Sr. described "of Fleatham" died 22 Nov 1758. Margaret died 20 October 1763. George, Jr. became the sloopmaster for the Hudson's Bay Company. He retired to Berwick-Upon-Tweed circa 1818. His son, Robert, may have accompanied him. In 1837 Robert was described as a mate on a coaler out of Shields or Newcastle. Any information on the death of George or Robert's marriage or death would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Lancelot Steele
I would like to make contact with any descendants of Lancelot Steele c1766 in Northumberland. His son Lancelot c1815 was born at Bamburgh and married Margaret Alder? born c1827 at Norham.
red mail Staple Sound & Staple Island
Off Bamburg, Northumberland, the Farne Islands inner group is seperated from the outer group by STAPLE Sound, the first Island is STAPLE Island. I am looking for information or where to find information about how the Sound and Island received their STAPLE names.
red mail Lightly family
I am searching for details of Edward Lightly who was a brewer in Bamburgh in 1841. Any information about him, his family or the brewery would be welcome. Thank you, Kay
red mail Hall family
Would appreciate any information about David Hall (b approx 1829 Bamburgh). He subsequently lived at Chillingham after marriage to Mary Tait.
Beattie family
looking for information on Isabella Beattie, married a Henry Fenwick about 1853?
red mail Bamburgh Infirmary
Bambrough - Parson & White - Durham - 1827/8 - p 383 An Infirmary is kept in the castle, in which thousands of indigent diseased persons have been cured or relieved. The average annual number of its in-patients is about 35, & of out-patientsabove 1000. Mr William Cockayne is the present surgeon & apothecary.

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