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Marley
Looking for information about Ethelinda Annie MARLEY born 1891, married Leonard GIBBS and emigrated to Canada in about 1911. Thank you Valerie
Posted: 2021
Macartney
I am looking for any information that may be available on a John Mccartney B. Abt 1700 in Bishop Auckland, wife unknown, they had 2 children , Robert B. abt.1730 and George B. abt 1732 . I am a direct decendant of Robert. There ar a number of spellings , Macartney, MaCartney, Mccartney ect. His Christening ( Auckland Episcopi. ?. ) I would like to go backwards for John and his wife ? as i have spent a long long time getting to the present day
Posted: 2012 Member logged in: 2020
Elgy/Robson
I appreciate that both of these names occur frequently in the Durham area, but I am looking for information regarding Charles Elgy, born appx 1846 in Evenwood Gate, Durham who married a Jane Robson J/F/M 1873 in Auckland...only other info is that from the various census, she would be born appx 1855. They went on to have seven children born in Crook, Waterhouses and Brandon. There are so many Jane Robsons that I have come to a halt until I can locate the correct one. Hoping someone out there can help. Thanks
Posted: 2011 Member logged in: 2021
red mail Peart Family Bishop Auckland early 19th C
Hannah Peart widow of Thomas Peart of Stanhope lived with her eldest daughter Sarah in Pollards Cottages in the mid 19th C. Sarah had 4 children but no husband till about 1850 when she married James Robinson and moved to Finkle Street where her mother Hannah continued to live with them. Hannah had several other children who married and lived in the Bishop Auckland area. Is there anyone else who shares these relatives or could tell me where to look for further information about Sarah's children
red mail mary hall
has anyone any information about Mary Hall who was on the 1861 census as a widow and mother of John Blythe.She was born in 1795 and died in 1871 in Bishop Auckland.She was the widow of William Hall,a carpet weaver.Would be grateful for any help
red mail waldron street
does anyone know who may have lived in 33 waldron street bishop auckland between 1940 and 1945
Posted: 2012 Member logged in: 2016
red mail ST Agnes
can anyone tell me anything about a home for unmarried mothers in Bishop Auckland which I think was called ST. Agnes.It was run by nuns and my mother was there in the late 1940s. I have been unable to find any trace or records so was wondering if I have the wrong name or if it was just outside Bishop somewhere? Paula
Posted: 2012 Member's email reconfirmed: 2016
red mail Merryweather Family
Does anyone remember the Merryweather Family living in Shildon (near Bp Auckland) in the 1960's.
Posted: 2012 Member's email reconfirmed: 2016
red mail eeles - auckland/yorkshire
Looking for info on Francis Eeles b.circa 1811 in Feethams Yorkshire. Married 1) Mary Simpson 1832 and 2) Ruth Fawell 1848 both in St Helen Auckland. All his children were b in Auckland and he lived in Toft Hill Auckland until 1871. His fathers name was James (from marr. cert.) but that is all I know , can find no more info on his parents or if he had any siblings. If anyone can help would be most grateful. Thanks Pat.
Posted: 2012 Member's email reconfirmed: 2016
red mail Trewhitt Bishop Auckland
I am looking for information on the Working Mens Club, were my grandfather Jack Trewhitt was secretary for I think over 50 yrs, could anyone point me in the direction of were these records are. My father his son also played football for Bishop Auckland, would there be any records of this. Thank you for any help. Cathy
Posted: 2011 Member's email reconfirmed: 2016

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