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red mail Archbold - (Craster - Northumberland)
Are there any Archbolds Left living in Craster today as i am a desendent of Jane Archbold who Married John Anderson Dixon from Sunderland i would love to here from any one with any information
red mail Molecatcher- Jacob Hall, and wife Anne Hilton - (Crookham - Northumberland)
Looking for info on or decendants of GG GF Jacob Hall,(b.1809),a Molecatcher and native of Chillingham, NBL and his wife GG GM Anne Hilton (b. ), a native of Crookham, NBL.
red mail Allen - (Crookham - Northumberland)
Any information regarding Catherine Allen living in Crookham in 1841 Census would be welcome.
red mail Foster Family of Denton Burn newcastle upon Tyne - (Denton Burn - Northumberland)
Hi I would really like to contact Bill, Ron, Gordon, Edna, Hilda Foster. Dorothy
red mail Decendants of Frank and Vera Bainbridge - (Denton Burn - Northumberland)
I am trying to trace decentants of Frank and Vera Bainbridge who lived at Denton Burn. Frank was my Great Uncle.
red mail Maurice Barwick - (Denton Burn - Northumberland)
Maurice was born in 1927 and married Margaret Bulman in 1952. He had a sister, Elizabeth (Betty) who married into the Witherspoon family. Maurice died in 1996. I am trying to find his parents - the only clue I have is his mother's maiden name was Morrison. Any help would be appreciated.
red mail jacksn - (Denwick - Northumberland)
maria stewart dob 1824 whitley married thomas watt jackson on 7 5 1855 at wallsend parish church i have all census from 1841 bell st north shields to 1891 what i want to know is where was thomas all this time maria was a house keeper in a private house in denwick alnwick no street name no house number thomas was involved with the r.n.v.r i cant find him any where,Children thomas stewart 1855,george 1858,david 1863,john 1856
red mail Bell/Stormont - (Denwick - Northumberland)
Looking for information on descendants of Christopher Seymour Bell (1818 - 1892)who married Margaret Scott Stormont. They had six children Seymour Thomas Bell, John Stormont Bell, Walter Creighton Bell,Margaret Scott Bell, Mary Hannah Bell and Sarah Leitch Bell I have managed to trace most of them but little on their children Any information would help
red mail Young family - Swan/Darling connections - (Detchant - Northumberland)
My gggrandmother was Euphemia Young also known as Euphan or Phoebe. She was the daughter of William Young and Ann Swan and christened in Belford in 1824. She was born in Detchant.I'm interested in any Swan/Darling connections because I think that Ann may have had sister, Margaret Swan(n)born around 1792 who married Thomas Downey. They had a daughter, Jane Downey, who married William Brooks Darling, Grace Darling's brother.
red mail Pattison - Dinnington - (Dinnington - Northumberland)
Looking for information on John and Elizabeth Anne (Medd). Elizabeth was born in Wilton North Yorkshire, before her parents Samson and Ann (Armstrong)moved to Dinnington. Elizabeth had 8 children between 1876 and 1894. Johns occupation was blacksmith, Augusta Colliery/Dinnington Colliery on 1881 and 1891 Census, then they appear in Gateshead after these dates.
red mail Nesbit - (Doddington - Northumberland)
Looking for info re Margaret nesbit b1887 married a Jack Foster no further details
red mail Smail - (Doddington - Northumberland)
Looking for any info on Smail family Thomas b 1864 married my greatgrandads sister Jane Nesbit b1867 My greatgrandad was William Nesbit b1869 in Lowick
red mail Shell family - (Doddington - Northumberland)
Any information about the Shell family who lived Doddington Plantation House in 1845 and South Moor Shepherd's House in 1851 would be welcome. The father was George, a shepherd, the mother Catherine, nee Allen born Moneylaws. Their daughter Ann was born 1845. Does anyone know whether Plantation House still exists or whether South Moor Shepherd's House is the house up on Dod Law by the golf course in Wooler?
red mail James Dodds - (Downham - Northumberland)
Looking for any information relating to James Dodds (Dods) born Downham c. 1823. I am particularly interested to confirm his parents.
red mail Downum Family - (Downham - Northumberland)
Looking for relations of Downum family. Who I believe orginated in County Down.I found only one record of Downum in County Down. Only the name was spelled Downom and the "O" had a line through it. I was told it was a viking spelling and the "om" stood for "of" .Therefore James Downum meants James of Down(England) any information would be appreciated.
Hately - (Duddo - Northumberland)
John, son of Andrew Hately, b c1840 in Northumberland. Married Christian Lockie in June 1876 in Newcastle upon Tyne. They had 3 daughters, Sarah, Elizabeth & Eleanor. Sarah married Peter Nisbet in 1903.
Lockie - (Duddo - Northumberland)
Christian, daughter of John Lockie and Sarah Thompson, born 29 September 1847 married John Hately 27 June 1876 at Newcastle Presbyterian Church, Newcastle upon Tyne. John was a licensed victualler. Descendants details sought.
red mail may josephine mcgrath - (Dudley - Northumberland)
May was born in dudley,northumberland in 1876,later,in 1895 she married a hector percy mills in manchester,lancashire .
red mail TUNNAH Family - (Dudley - Northumberland)
My great grandmother/grandfather lived in Fordley in early to mid 1900's and had 3 children Lilian, Elsie and Mary. Would love to hear from any relatives please.
red mail Arthur - (Dudley - Northumberland)
Please get in touch with any information on the Arthur and Sample families who lived in Annitsford and Dudley early 1900's.
red mail Wardle, Ellen or Eleanor, East Brunton, Wreckenton, Gateshead, Seaham - (East Brunton - Northumberland)
I am researching an Ellen or Eleanor Wardle, born in either Benton, East Brunton or Gosforth, Northumberland approx 1833-1836. In March 1866 at Gateshead, Durham, she married William Potts, coalminer, born approx 1843 somewhere in Northumberland. In the 1871 census Ellen and William Potts are living in German or Doctor's Row, Seaham, Durham. William Potts was killed in September 1880 in a mining accident in Seaham. Interestingly, in the 1871 census, she has two children listed under the surname Wardle (step-children to William Potts), Robert Wardle, born circa 1856/57, Wreckenton, Durham and Elizabeth Wardle, born in Durham circa 1863. In her marriage certificate to William Potts she is described as a spinster, so it may be that these earlier children may have been born illegitimately. The 1861 census shows a 4-year Robert Wardle (born Gateshead, Durham), grandson to Thomas Wardle and Ellen Wardle living in Wreckenton, Gateshead. Is this the same Robert Wardle living with the Potts 10 years later (aged 14) in Seaham, Durham? Are Thomas and Ellen Wardle the parents of Ellen Wardle? I cannot positively identify an Ellen or Eleanor Wardle in the 1861 census who might be the person I am interested in. Again, in Ellen's marriage to William Potts in March 1866, her father is named as a Thomas Wardle, thus providing more possible evidence that the family in the 1861 census is possibly Ellen's mother and father, siblings and (illegitimate?) children. Ellen Potts (Wardle) and William Potts had several children in their own right, including twin sisters, Jane and Sarah Potts born in December 1868 in Seaham, Durham. Any information would be most appreciated.
red mail Bulman Village - (East Cramlington - Northumberland)
Bulman Village was the previouse name of Gosforth Newcasle upon Tyne. Job Bulman bought land and built "Coxlodge Hall" in 1796 He made his fortune in India, together with another man George Schum who went on to build Arcot Hall Cramlington. Arcot Hall is named after a town in India where both men worked
red mail East Hartford Social Club - (East Hartford - Northumberland)
My father George Todd was born in the East Hartford Social Club in 1913 to Robert and Margaret Ann Todd nee Simm. I am interested to know if there are any photographs or club minutes which might refer to them.
red mail woodmas - (East Holywell - Northumberland)
William Woodmas born abt 1850 Alston living at 64 Bates Cottages East Holywell Northumberland in 1881 Wife Mary Frances (Cowen)born abt 1848 children Ann, William, Thomas, John and Hannah. By 1891 George and Edward had been born.
red mail Jane Short - (East Holywell - Northumberland)
Born in 1831 father William. Married Joseph Black in 1851.
red mail Reaveley - (East Horton - Northumberland)
Searching descendants of Daniel REAVELEY born Horton in 1770. Son of Thomas and Mary
Bartram Bertram - (East Lilburn - Northumberland)
red mail Barr in East Lilburn - (East Lilburn - Northumberland)
looking for information on Edward and Marjorie Barr living at Labourers cottages East Lilburn,1870s with children Sarah,Henry,Grace and Daniel.
red mail PHILLIPS - (East Ord - Northumberland/ Durham)
Several families living in East Ord near Tweedmouth appear to have intermarried. Many people were fisherman or agricultural labourers with a goodly sprinkling of craftsmen. Several members of the PHILLIPS family worked at Ord House and on the Ord estate for the GRIEVE family. This was said to be the only family of note in a transcript of a Bishop's Visitation which added that most of the population were Presbyterian.
BOWEY family of East Thirston - (East Thirston - Northumberland)
Looking for information on the Bowey Family of East Thirston around 1870's.
red mail LEARCHILD SKELLY - (Edlingham - Northumberland)
Matthew SKELLY (born 1643 Edlingham, died 1681) married Kathren LEARCHILD. They had one son Thomas SKELLY ( B. 1659 Edlingham) before Matthew remarried to Margaret FERGUSON on 26 May 1668. I would be appreciative of any information anyone may have regarding the SKELLY or LEARCHILD families. I am particularly interested in the name LEARCHILD. I understand it may refer to the village of Edlingham. I have been unable to uncover other Learchilds in my web search.
red mail Robinson - William & Peter, Bolton Mill - (Edlingham - Northumberland)
Looking for information about my ggrandfather Peter, born about 1826, and my gggrandfather William, born about 1781 and who was the miller at Bolton mill in 1841 census. William's wife was Mary. Any information about the family or area greatfully received.
red mail Bertram/Bartram Family - (Edlingham - Northumberland)
Mary Bertram was born in Edlingham in 1714 and her brother Benjamin was born there in 1718. Little is known by me about the two of them other than that their father was named Joseph Bertram. Mary married William Tait in 1738. Benjamin had a son, Thomas, in 1738 who grew up and married Ann Wallace in Ilderton, nearby. Does anyone have any information on this family ? Their origins or ancestors ? I would like to share information with anyone who has data on this family.
red mail eglingham - (Eglingham - Northumberland)
Looking for ancestors James Wood born around 1792 baptised St Maurices Eglingham
red mail Cowey - (Eglingham - Northumberland)
looking for any info on a John Cowey, married to a Jane Gray, both born about 1800. The family moved to Canada in 1840.
red mail VARDY BURRELL - (Eglingham - Northumberland)
EDWARD VARDY married JANE BURRELL 12 MAY 1782 Eglingham, Northumberland, England. Sons Edward and George. Anyone have any further details?
red mail SAMPLE - (Eglingham - Northumberland)
Looking for Eleanor Sample (c1762) married Frances PURVIS (c1758)
red mail william landers and wife elizabeth wealands - (Eglingham - Northumberland)
both born early 1800s. William born 1819 cockhall, titlington, northumberland. Looking mainly for his wifes family the wealands. Have found headstones at St Maurices cemetry titlington. cant find the wealands anywhere apart from elswick newcastle upon tyne.
red mail Weightman - Ellingham - (Ellingham - Northumberland)
I'd be grateful for any information regarding the Weightman family from Ellingham (1700-approx 1841).
red mail Eshott Hall - (Eshott - Northumberland)
I am interested in finding details about staff who worked at Eshott Hall in the period 1920-1922. My husband's grandmother worked there as a housemaid. I have a photo of staff members but no names. The photos show the butler, chauffeur, housekeeper and two younger women, possibly housemaids - one of whom is my husband's grandmother
red mail Marshall Family History in berwickshire area - (Etal - Northumberland)
red mail Jane Scott - (Etal - Northumberland)
Information sought on Jane Scott born Northumberland possibly Etal in 1771 who married Peter Atkinson at Aberford Yorks 24 Nov 1799
red mail Family History - (Etal - Northumberland)
Information of John Dixon b.Abt. 1742 in Etal Area, Also marriage to Eleanor in 1773.They had a son Thomas Baptised in Etal Presbyterian Church in 1774.
red mail Barnes - (Etal - Northumberland)
I am looking for the Barnes family, Thomas Barnes was born there 26th Jan 1822, and married Ann Rankin of Branxton 4th Apr 1845 at Chain Bridge Thomas Father James, was from Ancroft
James Daglish.-Falstone - (Falstone - Northumberland)
James Daglish baptised 1786 Presbyterian Church Falstone. His parents were William Daglish and Isobel He married Anne Hedley abt 1815 Bellingham. At the time of his marriage the record shows James Daglish was from Simonburn. Any help on my gt gt gt grandparents would be most appreciated. Mike
red mail cann - musgrove- macdonald - (Fenham - Northumberland)
looking for information of grandparents william cann sarah ann cann-musgrove anyone out there im related to..also on other side edith macdonald/mcdonald lived in fenham any information very welcome as parents and grandparents now deceased.
red mail WINGROVE HOSPITAL - (Fenham - Northumberland)
I am looking for information on the wingrove hospital perhaps also known as wingrove insitution. It was the poor law infirmary before it became the wingrove hospital in 1920 then later in 1930 the general hospital. I am particularly interested in women living there around the late 1930s - late 1940s. Any information would be great.
Taylors - (Fenwick - Northumberland)
Looking for any descendants of Thomas Taylor born 1827 married to Ann children Ann, Thomas,George,Francis,Mary Jane,and James
red mail forest hall - (Forest Hall - Northumberland)
does anyone remeber the richardsons or the blacketts of forest hall. i spent a lot of happy holidays there as a child with my mothers brothers william and tibby richardson and also her stepbrother george blackett. both had haulage businesses. if you remember them drop me a line.
red mail general store - (Forest Hall - Northumberland)
Trying to trace the name of the owners of the general store in Forest Hall in the late 1920's The ladys name was Emily but do not know her surname. They had a retarded son.
red mail WILKINSON'S - FOREST HALL - (Forest Hall - Northumberland)
I am looking for information on the Wilkinson's of Forest Hall. Richard known as Dick and his wife Dorothy (Dora)= Elizabeth Drive, Palmersville. Richard's brothers and sister's William, Mattie, Pat, Tommy, Josephine (Joss Blackett) Amelia and Kitty. Some of the family used the British Legion and others the CIU Club on the Great Lime Road. Pat was married to Lillian and had a daughter Hazel. Joss had a son Tucker. Richard had a daughter Rita who moved to London. Richard was a miner. I believe Pat was a dustman. I'd be grateful for any info. Thank you Tanya
red mail Anyone know Dickson Family or Pringle family - (Forest Hall - Northumberland)
Anyone with information on the Dickson Family and the Pringle family. Looking for information particularly about Catherine Dickson married to Robert Pringle in 1904. Daughters Olive,Catherine, Susan,sons John, George,Matthew and Mark. Any help would be gratefully received. Regards Maureen
red mail lambert - (Fourstones - Northumberland)
looking for family of John lambert born abt 1806
red mail Re Reading Room & Library - (Gilsland - Northumberland)
From Cassell's Gazetteer c1896 Gilsland : 1891 Population : 365 - the village has a reading room and library,and is much frequented in summer for Mineral Springs.
red mail history of station hotel gilsland - (Gilsland - Northumberland)
red mail Todd - (Glanton - Northumberland)
Looking for details on Robert and Sarah (nee Charlton) Todd. They were from a large house in Glanton which had a butchers shop beside it which Sarah ran and Robert her husband had a horse and cart from which he sold the meat. In later years the house was a bird sanctuary which does not now appear to be there. They had nine children, Albert, Jack, Edgar, Will, Gladys, Robert, Anne, Florence, Valentine.
red mail Meehan - (Glanton - Northumberland)
I am looking for information about Thomas Frederick Meehan born June 1837 in Glanton. He joined the Royal navy, and later the London Fire Brigade; was married to Emily Wright of Norfolk.there were also Meehan relatives living in Alnwick and Amble.
red mail Henderson - Isabella - (Glanton - Northumberland)
Isabella Henderson b.1835 parents Richard and Margaret Patterson lived the majority of her life in Wooler, and then apears on the 1891 and 1901 census at Glanton. I am anxious to find out more elizabeth. (Isabella never married but had 2 daughters.)
red mail WHITTINGTON FELL RUINED COTTAGE/BYRE - (Great Whittington - Northumberland)
red mail Graham .local Blacksmiths - (Greenhead - Northumberland)
I am looking for any infomation about my GGG.Grandfather Zavid or could be David and also his sons William and John all were Blacksmiths in Greenhead,He also had a daughter Jane my family come from William,s side down to Surrey.Thanks
red mail charlton /coulthard jean - (Greenhead - Northumberland)
jean charlton was married to my great uncle Herbert Coulthard they emigrated to Canada in the 1920s. They had three children when they left and they left from Greenhead station. Jean we believe had relatives in the greenhead area and had stayed at walltown. She came from Hexham. I would be interested to hear from any family members with conections.
Kennedys - (Greenhead - Northumberland)
Searching David and Hannah Kennedy who lived at Branchend which was just past the top of Glenwelt at the junction of the road that leads down to the west end of Haltwhistle. I am actually more interested in the history of Branchend(I have all details of David and Hannah nee Armstrong except actual marriage date) which I think was burnt down. Although any information on the family might prove interesting.
red mail Tully of Shoreswood - (Grindon - Northumberland/ Durham)
Does anyone have information please about the marriage between Thomas Tully and Margaret Tully (nee ? ) Trying to find Margaret's maiden name. She was born in Carham (N/Land) c 1782, and died at Shoreswood (6 Feb 1870). Thomas Tully was born at Duddo (N/Land) c 1782, and died Shoreswood (17 Sept 1863). Both lived at Shoreswood most of their lives. Issue was James, Robert,Margaret, John and Elisabeth. These connected to marriages involving -- Strangeways, Dods, Reed and Richardson families. Very grateful for any info. or leads.
red mail Bell - (Harlow Hill - Northumberland)
I wonder if anybody can give me information about the following who lived at Harlow Hill in 1881. Jacob Bell born 1847, his wife Annie Atkinson, born 1849, Mary Jane born 1872, died 1883, Margaret Ann born 1873, William born 1874 died 1950, Mary Jane born 1884 died 1884 & John Thomas born 1885 died 1966 in Haltwistle.
red mail Robson Winship - (Harlow Hill - Northumberland)
I am researching the ROBSON family who lived at Harlow Hill - in particular William ROBSON who married Ann WINSHIP in Ovingham in 1839 and their two daughters Margaret and Sarah. This family emmigrated to Australia in 1857.
red mail SNOWBALL Family of Harlow Hill - (Harlow Hill - Northumberland)
I'm trying to trace my direct line descendant, George Snowball. He was born in 1758 and married Mary Laidler (perhaps Laidlar) in Ovingham in 1786. They lived in Harlow Hill, Northumberland up until George's death in 1824. I cannot get back any further and much of my family history research has drawn a blank to the origins of George and his parents. Any help greatly appreciated.
red mail Haugh Head - (Haugh Head - Northumberland)
Haugh Head is a tiny place with a rushing stream. It also has a signal box and a railway station platform. My Huggan family lived here in 1851, and I wondered how he found enough work as a carpenter Joiner in the area, over ten years. He was James Huggan born 1808/9 in Roxburgh in Scotland. His wife was Jane Conquergood, with children Andrew, Isabella,Agnes, Jane and Margaret
red mail Jacob Hedley - (Hazlerigg - Northumberland)
I look for any info on Jacob & Margaret Hedley. And 4 of there 5 Children, John 1887, Barbara 1889, Norman 1893, Robert 1895. they are the parents and Sibling of Elizabeth, my Grma. Sheila.
red mail James and Cook families(Coulson, Riddle, Taylor, Clark) - (Hebron - Northumberland)
Any surviving members of the James family. First known ancestor is Thomas James, born in 1638, who became clerk to the Parish Council of Hebron. He died in 1718 and his headstone still stands in St Cuthberts Churchyard listing all the family members interred with him over the years. The last known, Ann James, born 1798, married my G.G. grandfather William Cook (a Cooper) of Newcastle on Tyne in 1824. The James' were a large family and quite prolific according to the IGI ancestral files, and it would be nice to know that the name did not die out. If there is anyone out there that can link their ancestry to the above, please get in touch.
red mail James family hebron - (Hebron - Northumberland)
I recently discovered a family connection with the James family my gtx3 grandmother Jane James married Robert Gills 1806 The James family seem to have had a tradition of being Parish clerks. I am interested to know if any one has information about their son Robert Gills born 1845 Ponteland, Saddler living in Gateshead 1881 as one of his sons was born in America but the other children were born in England.
red mail JOBSON - (Hebron - Northumberland)
Robert Jobson and Mary Brown had 3 children baptised at Hebron, then my ancestor Wiilliam Jobson, who was baptised in 1812 at Meldon. Are there other children and where were they married?
red mail Hollins - (Hedley on the Hill - Northumberland)
George and Janet Hollins lived here 1870-1899. George was a Hawker and afer his death in 1880 Janet kept a shop in Hedley. She died in 1899. Any info on them or Hedley in general will be appreciated.
red mail Robinson/Richardson, Charlton. - (Hedley on the Hill - Northumberland)
My father,s family lived at Currock Hill Farm and Bowsers Hole(?) near Hedley on the Hill. Any information on them would be appreciated.Thankyou.(I live in Australia and am finding research of the area difficult)
red mail Looking for help with family history - (Hedley on the Hill - Northumberland)
I am having difficulty tracing my family history past Richard Headlee Sr. born 1642 in Northumberland County. Any help to get me back on track would be appreciated
red mail Netherbeck, Henshaw - (Henshaw - Northumberland)
I wonder if anybody could give me any details about Netherbeck Cottage, Henshaw my father lived their from about 1930 - to 1945 with his parents John Thomas Bell and Sarah Ann Bell.
red mail Ralph Hutchinson - (Heugh - Northumberland)
Ralph Hutchinson (1778-1838) was born in Felton to John (1745-1822) & Mary (Potter) Hutchinson (1754-1820). John & Mary were married in Felton 22 May 1776. Other children of theirs also born and christened in Felton were: Frances (1776-1792), Margaret (1780-1807), Mary (1781-?), John (1784-1806), George (1786-1789), Elizabeth (1790-?), Jane (1791-1806), Joseph (1793-1795) and George (1795-?). The family also lived in or near Heugh (or Hugh) as some of the children had died and were possibly buried there. Ralph (my 4th great-grandfather) later moved to Aldby, now Aldby Farm, and married Jane Fallowfield (1790-1869) of Penrith in Dacre on 23 Aug 1812. They had 11 children: John (1813), Joseph (1815), Mary Ann (1816), Elizabeth (1818), Jonathan(1821), Jane (1822), James (1825), Sarah (1827), William (1831), Charlott (1833) and Margaretta (1837). In 1831 they lived in Westmoreland and Cumberland. Most of the family immigrated to the US in 1838. The three oldest boys emigrated from England a few years before them. Any help with my UK research is appreciated. Best regards, Darrin
red mail Edmenson - (High Hauxley - Northumberland)
Thomas Edmenson, a keeper of horses, was born in Shilbottle but lived in Hauxley with his wife Hannah (nee Chambers) from Morpeth and their children Margaret, Mary Ann, James, Hannah, Thomas, and Margaret Jane from around 1841 - 1851. The first Margaret died young. I believe his parents to have been a James EDMENSON and Margaret BURRELL, daughter of Thomas and Isabella BURRELL. Any early information about these people would be very welcome. They later moved to Neasham Place, Houghton, where Thomas was a coachman (domestic).
Haram, Keenlyside, Macluchlan Families - (Hirst - Northumberland)
my 2x great uncle william haram married esther hawkes in morpeth in 1898 where are they buried and where are their children buried emma moor haram,robert william w haram ,william haram ,ann wood haram , william haram s sister mary jane haram marriedrobert keenlyside in sunderland in 1902 she moved up to hirst with her husband with their 2 children james albert gardener keenlyside and william keenlyside what became of them all emma moor haram married henry cunningham maclauchlan in 1925 they had4 children elsie ,mary jane,georgina ,and william .what became of them. NOTE FROM CURIOUSFOX: we have had an email from the family. Please update your email address so they can make contact with you.
red mail Ferguson, Longstaff - (Hirst - Northumberland)
Looking for info on Mary Jane Ferguson. She was born in 1904 in Hirst, the daughter of Joseph Ferguson and his wife Jane (Longstaff). What I dearly need is to know who their parents are.
red mail Riddell - (Hirst - Northumberland)
John Riddell married Maragert Jane Lawson in 1894.They had a daughter called Mary born abt 1897 ,who later married Edward Woodmas.
red mail BURTON - (Hirst - Northumberland)
Researching the BURTON family in the Hirst, Ashington area. Jim
red mail Moody, Holy Island, Durham - (Holy Island - Northumberland/ Durham)
Looking for the family of Cornelius Moody b. circa 1860 on Holy Island. He later married Margaret Young Hunter of Gateshead.
markwell family - (Holy Island - Northumberland/ Durham)
i am looking for any Markwell information relating to Holy Island. They later moved to Hartlepool. Henry David markwell was my grandfather married to Eliza Hall. They had several children amongst whom were Daniel Nellie(eleanor) Harry Minnie.
red mail Taylor Holy Island - (Holy Island - Northumberland/ Durham)
Family legend has it that a TAYLOR ( or perhaps a BURNETT) from Holy island married a McDONALD fisher lass from Scotland who travelled the country with the herring fleets. I have traced the Taylors to 1821 and possibly to George TAYLOR c1798 & Catherine ANDREWS but I have been unable to substantiate the legend.
red mail TAYLOR Robert- Holy Island - (Holy Island - Northumberland/ Durham)
Robert TAYLOR born 9/5/1841 & Christened 15/8/1841 on Holy Island Northumberland. Parents John TAYLOR & Ann STEVENSON. Trying to find more info on this family.
red mail Adam Elliott - (Holystone - Northumberland)
I am after any information, or desendants of Adam Elliott, wife Isabella, born 1783 in Holystone Any help appreciated
red mail Adams - (Holystone - Northumberland)
Searching for info on Edward Adams, bn abt 1795 in Holystone, Nbl and married Sarah Isabella Cuthbertson. Edward was a blacksmith who later moved to Newcastle. He had 5 known children - Robert,James & Edward bn Holystone; Sarah & Jane bn Newcastle.
red mail Atchisons of Horncliffe Mill - (Horncliffe - Northumberland/ Durham)
My ancestor, Phillis Atchison was born Wooler 27.9.1809 and partly brought up at Horncliffe Mill.n 1838 she Married William Dixon of Spittal. either her baptism nor marriage cross border?) have been found.
red mail Spratt - Horncliffe/Norham - (Horncliffe - Northumberland/ Durham)
Trying to trace Parents & siblings of Catherine Spratt born c 1811 in Horncliffe. Catherine married John Burnett 30/9/1832 in Ladykirk Berwickshire & died sometime between 1842 (birth of her 5th child )& 1851 census.
red mail Jacob and Annie Bell - (Horsley - Northumberland)
My great grandfather Jacob Bell and his wife Ann or Annie lived at 1 Horsley Cottages, Horsley from about the mid 1885 to after 1901. Jacob died in 1891. I wonder if anybody has any further information.
red mail Margaret Ann Bell - (Horsley - Northumberland)
Has anybody any information of Margaret Ann Bell who was born 21.2.1872 in Durham and was living at 1 Horsley Wood Cottages until the 1891 census and then I assume she must have married but to whom. Can anyone help
red mail Lathaen - (Horsley - Northumberland)
Any Lathaen Lathan Lathen Laythan Leathem living in Horsley from 1700 onwards regards john
red mail bousfield of northumberland - (Horsley - Northumberland)
seeking info on john james camplin bousfield and family
red mail Bulmer - (Howden Pans - Northumberland)
Looking for info regarding Richard Bulmer d.o.b abt 1822, who with his brother, John, d.o.b.abt 1827, moved to the Durham coalfields prior to the 1841 census, and resided with the Brown family at Cross Row, Thornley. Thankyou.
red mail gilyeat - (Howdon - Northumberland)
I am searching for the parents of James Gilliot,the spelling varies.He was born in Howden 1736.Parents James and possibly Elizabeth or Franses Westoby.
John Grant - (Howdon - Northumberland)
Born 1831. Any info on his family esp. Peter who was a founder.
red mail William Gutteridge - (Howdon - Northumberland)
I am looking for info about William Gutteridge and his wife Elizabeth. They are in the 1961 census living in The Gutter in Howdon Parish. I would be grateful of anyone knew them and would contact me
red mail Youll - (Howick - Northumberland)
Looking for Youll's in N Northumberland my Youll's lived at Red Steads Howick in 1881 Census

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