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red mail SOUTH MOOR
I am researching for a friend who understands that her father Matthew Martin was born in or around South Moor somewhere around 1873/4/5. He subsequently moved to London where he met Marys' mother - it would appear that he was already married with a family. Mary was born in 1930. He died - recorded aged 74 - in London in 1947
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Marshall,John Shepherd
I am looking for any information on my great grandfather,John Shepherd Marshall.At the time of the 1911 census he was living at 13,Beech Tce,South Moor,Stanley aged approx 54.He was a police constable in 1901 but may have become landlord of the Imperial Hotel on retiring from Durham Constabulary.
red mail dixon family/ south moor stanley 1900's
I am looking for information on my grandfather, who in the 1911 census lived at 6 or 76 Elm Street, South Moor, the family name was Dixon .He was George, his wife was Isabel , he was a policeman.
red mail Ward
I have my grandma's family living in Popular Street on the 1901 census I know she married at South Moor church to my grandad in 1920 My grandad had been married before but his wife had died does any one know this family my gran married John Simpson I do know my grandad was a policeman but unsure if he was when he married my gran
red mail Simpson
Does any one know of this family in the South moor or quaking houses area in the about 1910-1920's
red mail Turnbull, Thirlaway, Halliday
Searching for details of Great Grandmother Margaret Ann Turnbull (B 1883, D 1965) Married John William Thirlaway (1902), Married Mr Halliday (1945) Born Durham lived in Oxhill, Kyo Laws, South Moor, Quaking Houses. She owned busses and lost alot of money in 1927 (approx) allegedly founded the Consett to Newcastle Bus route. Owned general store in Quaking Houses (a.k.a. Nanny Goats Island). Went to Durham station to pick up newspapers and delivered to area around Stanley. Used to send John William Thirlaway off on a cart to sell fish but he came back drunk. Lived in Stone House at the top of South Moor/Oxhill (this still stands today). I understand that an articles were written about her in the Francis Gay Fireside Book and Stanley Evening News about 1960's. Anyone with any information/Memories please contact me.

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