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red mail Wardle parish Co. Durham
Have now come across three references to this parish. No information if it is a civil parish or a church parish. These referenes are on google books: Local records; or, Historical register of remarkable events: which ..., Volume 1 By John Sykes Wardell Parish: The same month died at Newbrough in the parish of Wardell Northumberland Alice Wilson aged 111 years She enjoyed good health till within three days of her death and what was remarkable in the same parish there was living at the same time a woman 115 years old who rode abroad and practised midwifery. History, Directory, and Gazetteer, of the Counties of Durham and And the Towns and Counties of Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Berwick-upon-Tweed. Together with Richmond, Yarn, and Detached Places Appertaining to the Bishopric and Palatinate of Durham; Including Copious Lists of the Seats of Nobility and Gentry, and a Variety of Commercial, Agricultural, & Statistical Information ... (Google eBook) By William Parson, William White (of Sheffield):- An act passed in 1826 for making a new line of road through this parish from Wardle in the county of Durham to Alston in Cumberland. Note: Wardell = personal surnames (3 entries) The History and Antiquities of the County Palatine of Durham, Volume 1 By William Hutchinson. "In the year 1313 the prior William de Tanfield accepting the cell of Jarrow and the manor of Wardle, for his maintenance; the sub prior Galfrid de Burdon succeeded him." Any ideas or suggestions gratefully received.
red mail Joshua Hirst and Frances Dalton
William HIRST (born 1830-32 or 1838?-1902 in Castlemaine, Victoria Australia). Have searched extensively in Leeds Yorkshire for any couple named Joshua and Frances with a son William - no results in any UK Census or FreeBDM; nor in the Church of England Leeds parish records, nor in the Catholic church records. No mention of this family in Wardle/Wurdle Rochdale, Lancs. The marriage certificate of William Hirst 24 Oct 1867 at Melbourne Australia, says his father was an architect from Wardell, Northumberland. (He married Elizabeth Benson). Wardley is the nearest name I can find to Wardell (doesn't exist) or Wardle (none of them have any people with this name). Anybody with any ideas for a Catholic family in or near Wardley, Durham, please?

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