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Seeking descendants of Sarah PEACOCK who married George UPRIGHT (or UPWRIGHT). Their children were Ada A., Thomas William, Emily, George, Sarah, Florence, Edith, Ethel (married ATKINSON).
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2021
Geldart or Geldard
Interested in exchanging information about the GELDART (also recorded as GELDARD) families in and around Darlington. Some strands of these families had many fathers and sons working as railway engine drivers. Another strand ran the Burns Hotel.
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2021
Walton Longstaff
Thanks to help on here I have my answers re Mary Ellen LONGSTAFF. Mary Ellen had a sister Emily LONGSTAFF who died giving birth to Arthur LONGSTAFF about 1890. Mary Ellen' s brothers were Charles and William. Parents James and Jane, Grandfather, Joseph. I have a formal photo of a group of 6 Longstaff children from an estimated 1885/7. Probably Mary Ellen, Emily, Charles and William plus two others. Several members of the family all lived together at 7 Houndgate including two Edward Longstaffs, both unmarried in 1881. The other two children could be theirs? Can anybody help with an old photo of the house? The address is now the careers office and it looks like a modern replacement.
Posted: 2017, Member logged in: 2020
Charles Ritchie
I am looking for a Charles Ritchie born about 1930. He was living in Hopetown, Darlington possibly Alliance Street around 1958.
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2020
Alfred Watson of Low Worsall m Harriet Pygall/Pygale of Exeter St. Stockton. They moved to Darlington, eventually to Temperance Place. They had children Alfred, 1895;Adela,1896;Ada,1898;Edith,1899;Alice May,1900; Jack,1901; Frederick,1903. Connection to King, Hall, Walker, Vandepeear families, and to others. Any kind of information appreciated.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Allison and Stamper Families
I am researching Allison and Stamper families who lived in County Durham/North Yorkshire (particularly in the Darlington area) until the mid 19th century. Please contact me if one or both of these families connect with lines you are researching.
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Sick in Darlington
I have a grandmother who was treated for TB in the 1950s. She was living in Darlington at the time and treated there as far as i know. Any ideas where she might have been treated?
Posted: 2018
red mail William Thomas Anderson
Tom Anderson was born in 1872 in Shildon and became a mining engineer in the goldfields of South Africa. He married Sarah , daughter of Robert Hornsey of Darlington, probably in South Africa as I can't find a marriage in the UK. He attended Darlington Grammar School and had a distinguished career, living finally in Dorking Surrey. He died in 1948. He had extended family in Darlington whom I would like to contact. I would also like to know where he trained.
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Hornsey Family.
Robert Williamson Hornsey was born in North Newbald, North Riding Yorkshire in 1841.He married Frances Burnside in 1870 and his occupation was builder. They lived in Darlington and had 4 girls, Elizabeth,Sarah, Frances and Annie. Robert died in 1878. Any information about this family welcome. Frances and Sarah emigrated to South Africa.
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Royal Engineer from Darlington
I am looking for any information please about Arthur H Robinson from Darlington area who served with Royal Engineers in WW1 and involved in Retreat from Mons. He was in 57th Field and was a blacksmith or farrier. He had at least one sister and was probably single in 1914.
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2018

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