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red mail Workmans Bothy 1901
Looking for the building which was a workmans bothy in 1901. My grandma & her Family (Lowes) were registered as living there in 1901. Village shown as Pallinsburn in the district of Ford . My great grandfather was a butler (possibly at Pallinsburn House)
red mail BRYSON, Jane
Jane BRYSON married John Marshall in Cornhill 1867. She was born in North Shields but I believe her family came from the Cornhill/Branxton/Ford area. I'd like to find out more about the BRYSON family who lived in this area.
I am looking for information re. George Scott born 1745 in Ford, and Margaret Hogg born 1746 in Ford.They were married 18th May 1766 in Ford and had eight(8)children between 1767 and 1787 -George,Margaret,Thomas,Mary,James,Andrew,John and William. As a direct descendent of George,I have hit a brick wall on finding both George's and Margaret's parents ,and would like any information to help me with the family tree.Contact me with any info,documents or photos etc.
red mail Ann STRANGEWAYS daughter of John b.Ford C1799
My great grandmother Ann was said to have eloped. So far, haven't been able to find her birth or marriage but she married George WOOD & she died 17 January 1865 @ Woodside Buried in Lowick Churchyard. Was her mother Jane YOUNG? There is a death of a Jane STRANGEWAYS, wife of John ( occ. Husbandman) died at Horncliffe Lane End NORHAM and buried 26/1/1796 Age not known. Did she die at childbirth? Did John remarry? I can't find a family where she fits in but Horncliffe & the YOUNG family name are prevalant in my search in this area. Any help with this puzzle will be most welcome.
red mail Jane Stephenson/Stevenson from Etal, Northumberland
I am looking for more details on my grandmother Jane Stepehenson or Stevenson b. circa 1819, Etal, Northumberland. She married Andrew Lee who was born 1820 in Norham in 1846 possibly Newsham and died sometime between the 1851 census and when Andrew re-married in 1861. She and Andrew had : Margaret b. 1847 Warkworth, Andrew b. 25/7/1853 Shilbottle and Christiana(often misspelt as Christan)b. 1857 Earsdon. Andrew married a Betsy Ann Hand in 1861, Newcastle-on-Tyne. Jane's parents may have been Andrew Stephenson b. 1786 and Margaret Hudson or Hutson b. 1788 - most of the Stephensons being from the district of Ford, Northumberland. On the 1851 census she and Andrew were living at North ... (illegible ) Amble, Northumberland with all 3 children and Andrew was an agricultural labourer. I have been unable to find a marriage for Jane and Andrew and also a death certificate for Jane.
red mail BURTON
Researching the BURTON family. Earliest ancestor is Alexander Burton born FORD 1815. Jim
red mail Johnsons
Am interested in the Johnson family of Ford Moss in 1841. Anyone with any information, would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Sutherland. Taylors and ferry owners
I am interested in the Sutherland family of Ford ( Etal).John Sutherland senior and son were taylors and Mary was the ferry owner.Also interested in Margaret Sutherland who was born about 1826 and married John Burke.
red mail STEWARTS - Market Gardeners at Ford Mills - Heatherslaw
Am interested in any info on the Stewart family who lived in the Market Garden at 14 Ford Mills (now Heatherslaw) in the 1901/1911 census, the following details are as of 1901. James age 49, Market Gardener (employer). Margaret (wife) age 46. Elizabeth, dau 21. Robert, son 18. Thomas, son 16. Margaret, dau 12. Charles, son 10. not living with family at time - James, son age 25. Catherine, dau age 24. The family were all Scottish born, the parents died there and are buried in St. Michaels and all saints, Ford with their eldest son James who died in Newcastle in 1910. Maybe there are some live descendants left in the area ? The maiden name of Margaret Stewart (46) was Instant. Still there on 1911 census, with Nancy 12 and Margaret 10 the orphans of the deceased son James living with them, no sign of his son James who would have been 9. Catherine Stewart married John Thompson Gordon a grocer from Wooler in 1913 having children John 1914, James 1916, Eric 1921 and Alan 1924. Thomas Stewart (blacksmith) married Mary Lillie in 1910 and had two daughters in Norham, Mary 1910, Margaret 1912. Scottish born Margaret had an illegitimate son Robert Alexander Stewart in 1914, she married a David Fairbairn in 1927. Robert and Charles Stewart are listed as market gardeners but not been able to trace them other than census listings.
red mail Oswald, Gray and Clazey
Looking for Charlotte Gray, mother margaret who was born in Ford. Isabella Oswald was also born in Ford in approximately 1798-1799. Isabella married a John Clazey in Ford, I think. Two of their three sons are found there: James Oswald Clazey and John Oswald Clazey. I have been unable to confirm marriage of Isabella or find birth of eldest son, George Oswald Clazey in about 1813. Thank you.
red mail Hickie / Hickey
Looking for antecedents and siblings of Janet Hickie (1847 - 1910) to bridge gap to John Hickie (b Limerick 1791 but discharged to Berwick 1832 ).Janet m John Currie 1868 at Norham.
I would like to swap information on the Coulter families in Ford
red mail Ford Workhouse 1827
Ford Parish - Parson & White - Durham - 1827/8 - p 505 The Workhouse for the parish is at the east end of the village. The school here is attended by about 70 children, of whom 13 boys & 13 girls are educated & clothed at the expense ofthe Marquis of Waterford. William Nichol is governor of the workhouse & perpetual overseer.

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