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red mail Elsdon, NBL, WARDLE
I am interested in finding the parents and maiden name of Eleanor WARDLE, born in Elsdon, ca. 1800. Around 1819 Eleanor married Thomas Wardle (born Heddon, NBL ca. 1805, coal miner). The family moved to Durham between 1835 and 1839. This couple had several children: Isabella b ca. 1831, Horton Grange, NBL; Thomas b ca. 1835, Cow Gate, NBL, Ellen or Eleanor, born ca. 1833 Gosforth, or East Brunton, NBL; Robert b. ca. 1841, Kibblesworth, Durham. Any insight as to Eleanor's maiden name, parents, siblings etc. would be most appreciated.
red mail Mary Riddle
Mary Riddle was from Soppit Farm, and married William Bolam of Elsdon in 1804. Any information on the couple and/or the farm would be appreciated.
red mail Elizabeth Boiston Robert Bolam
I am looking for information on Elizabeth Boiston and her home Longshot Farm. She was born about 1739, and married Robert Bolam, a miller of Cants Mill, in 1761 or 1766 at Elsdon. Any facts about both families would be gratefully received.
red mail Temple
James Temple married Mary Scott at St Cuthbert's Elsdon 17/1/1771. They had 13 children, son William, born 1777 married Mary Thompson in 1798. Family moved to Wingates/Rothbury area, then Bothal/Pegswood and my branch to West Wylam in 1860's. Lots of other Temple's in these areas so would like contact with any of same line.
red mail finlay elsdon nbl 1717
Looking for siblings of HENRY FINLEY/AY 1717- Lived in Elsdon and Married Hannah Davison in Sunderland 1779
red mail Boiston ancestors
i know they were present in elsdon in 1725

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