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red mail James Byers
I am anxious to find out more about James Byers, my great-great-great-great-great grandfather who died in Bywell and was buried at Bywell St Peter Church on 24 May 1780. I don't know his date of birth though I do know that his wife was called Christian, who was buried at Bywell St Peter too on 6 July 1775, and that they had at least 5 children called Ann, Mary, Margaret, James and Robert. Is Byers a local family name and are there still people called Byers living there today? I would love to hear from them.
red mail arkley
any information on John Arkley , born 1837 in Bywell Northumberland . Parents Thomas and Hannah , would be welcome . Thanks
red mail BROWN
any information on the BROWN'S in this area,past and present,please
red mail Wilkinsons
My genealogical research has led me to Bywell, where George Wilkinson married Isabel about 1710, birth to John Wilkinson who married Hannah Robson in 1742, birth to John Wilkinson (from Newton Hall) who married Barbara Willy in 1769 - then gave birth to Robert Wilkinson in 1775 (who later went to Newcastle) and married Jane Stobart. Does anyone know of these marriages, or is researching along similar lines. David
red mail Fewster
William Fewster (born April 1757) Bywell,married 1 Barbara Harrison 2 Mary Newton. died March1842 in Gateshead, any information would be appreciated.
red mail Anthony Morpeth - Bywell? 1655
I am trying to trace records for Anthony MORPETH, possibly of BYWELL Village b.1655. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
red mail John Jewitt G G Grandfarther
born Bywell approx 1800 wife Jane 6 Known children,george, mary ,jane ,,MARGARET Gt grandmother,elizabeth,hannah,In 1861 they were living in Winlaton

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