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Tweedmouth Northumberland
Pre 1844 in detached part of Durham
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red mail hunter
i am looking for information on john and katherine hunter who had a son david born 1816 in tweedmouth. david amongst others left for whitby and maybe filey 1830/1840?
red mail William Dryden
In 1851 William was a Master Ropemaker in Tweedmouth. Age 56 yrs. Widower.Daughters Jane, Isabella & Margaret.Son James. Would like to hear from anyone researching the Dryden family of the Berwick/Tweedmouth area during the 1700/1800's.
red mail William dryden 1819
I am researching William Dryden born 1818/19 at Tweedmouth,Berwick, his trade was a master ropemaker, he had 3 sons and 1 daughter, his wife's name was Ann Holman
red mail Johnson
Hi - I'm looking for Sarah Johnson (and related information) born Tweedmouth c 1813, moved to Etal (married John Nesbit c 1835). I have all of my 'tree' worked from their union - but can't find any evidence of her birth or family ...can anyone help? I've tried all of the on-line searches etc, but can't get to the area to search in files for myself. Hoping someone can help me.
red mail lambert
Details of marriage between pye lambert & margaret smith approx. 1803
Looking for any information on my great great grandfather John Thomson (B1821), who lived here with his family from 1872/73 until his death aged 68 in Feb 1887. He is buried in Tweedmouth Cemetery. His wife, Louisa, went down to London (Fulham) after her husband's death, and lived with their eldest son, John F Thomson for a time. She died in 1929 at the grand old age of 94! The family lived at Brickfield Lodge, which I believe has been replaced by a new housing estate - the address, 1 Brickfield Lodge still exists even though I beleive the original building does not. John occupied 3 acres of land (not sure if this was adjacent to the Lodge or not) and was a labourer. His last given occupation was gardener, but previous to that he had been a farm baliff and had travelled widely - seems he met and married Louisa in Wolverton, Hampshire, lived in Monmouthshire (eldest son born there), Ireland (another son born there) and Rothbury, Northumberland before settling in Tweedmouth. Not sure where he was born, although various census reports all say Scotland. His father was also John Thomson and a farmer, again not 100% sure of location yet but one of his sons had the middle name Kinghorn, which is a town not too many miles away, so that is one avenue I'm exploring! Any information welcome...!
red mail Elizabeth Adamson pre 1800
I am trying to trace the birth of Elizabeth Adamson who according to the 1851 kent census was born in Tweedmouth, in 1804 she married James Inglis a fisherman from Dunbar. I would love to here from anyone who knows this family or anyone who can tell me hoe they ended up in Gravesend.
red mail Manderson of Tweedmouth
I'd like to find out who the parents were of Jane Manderson, born c1843, siblings George born c1837 and Margaret born c1840.
red mail James Robertson
James Robertson married Mary-Jane Yule possible both from Tweedmouth, he worked as a blacksmith, they had 10 children one of which was my Grandfather James Lille Robertson, we think Lillie may have been a relatives maiden name,
I am trying to find information about the parents of my GGGrandfather John Spowart born c1840 in Tweedmouth. He married Elizabeth Mary Wright 23.8.1860 in Tynemouth and they had a daughter Dorothy Diana. John was drowned in Northumberland dock in 1866. His father was George Spowart born (I think) Spittal. Any help would be appreciated.
red mail marriage
looking for g g g grandparents Ralph Addison married to Jane Knox, also John Knox married to mary Black
Percy, Tweedmouth
Looking for info on William Percy (Fisherman) b. Tweedmouth 1838 (?) and wife Hannah (maiden name unknown) b. Berwick 1841/2. Children Mary Ann (1863), David (1866), William (1868), Eleanor (1870), George (1873)
red mail Shiel(d)
I'm looking for the Shiel(d) family of Tweedmouth. Thomas (a tailor, died 1840)and Margaret (died 1855) had 7 children: Margaret, Thomas, Eleanor, George, Elizabeth, Mary and John Proctor. George went to live in Wooler and Mary and the younger Thomas moved to London. Any information gratefully received!
red mail lee Northumberland
I am looking for any links to the Lee family Adam Lee dob 1834,Jane 1843 and Walter 1844. Other family members born elsewhere are father Andrew @1811, mother Agness 1815 Scotland, Agnes 1840 Warkworth, Esther 1848 Doddington, George 1836 Kyloe, Jamson 1846 Doddington, Thomas 1837 Kyloe. Later Adam Lee was a miner and lived in Cowpen nr Blyth.
red mail Lyon, Holmes, McCroban
In 1881 census Jane Holmes (widowed) was living in Tweedmouth. By 1891 she was living in Newcastle upon Tyne, had remarried (surname McCroban) and was again widowed. I believe she married both husbands, Holmes and McCroban, in Berwick upon Tweed. It is the surname McCroban I am most interested in. I have been unsuccessful in finding anything about my gg grandfather, (Henry McCroban)I can't find a birth or death for him. Can anyone help.
red mail Newstead
JAMES NEWSTEAD born 1849 Tweedmouth. Parents John Newstead b. 1825-1830 Norfolk, Harriet LISLE b. 1830 West-weetwood Northumb. John and Harriet married 1848 Northumb.
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