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John Kennedy/Kennity.
John Kennedy is listed on his marriage at Haltwhistle to Dorothy Armstrong in 1719 as being born in 1690 and living at Allolea at time of marriage. I can find no birth for John around that time I have called the records office at Woodhorn who have no records for that time until 1691. Does anyone have information on John as I have exhausted all Geaneology sites for this man but find nothing before his marriage.
Kennedy/Armstrong
Looking for information on John Kennedy and Dorothy Armstrong who married at Haltwhistle in November 1719. It appears John lived at Allolea at some stage, they later move to Bewcastle. I would love information on both especially before the marriage.
red mail William Bell and Ann Elliott
I'm trying to find the parents of my ancestor William Bell who married Ann Elliott in 1745. He is said to be of Kellah near Haltwhistle and was born c. 1708. Ann's parents were most probably John and Elizabeth Elliott of Ulgham. William and Ann had a large family. Two of their sons, Thomas and William, went into partnership in woollen manufacturing in Haltwhistle and continued in this enterprise until 1826/7, after which time the mill was rented out to William Madgen. Any leads would be much appreciated. Carolyn
red mail Lizzie (Elizabeth) Bell
Anyone with any knowledge of my grandfather's first wife, Lizzie (Elizabeth) Bell from Haltwhistle? Born approx 1887 and died of influenza/pneumonia in 1918. Her father's name was Robert Gibson Bell, a miner and her husband (my grandfather) was Robert Waugh, also a miner. Her family are also believed to have had a market garden in the area.
red mail Thompson, Haltwhistle
There seems to be a number of families in Haltwhistle with the Thompson surname. I have searched for years for my late husband's maternal great grandparents without any success. Do any of the current residents have any knowledge of a family who were either quarrymen or miners who moved to Scotland in the early 1900's? Any small clue could help me to find them. The 1911 census only gives England as P.o B. but we know they lived in Haltwhistle in the late 1800's
red mail Huntington's Chorea/Northumberland or Cumberland
I think I have exhausted all possible avenues to find my late husband's grandmother. By giving a problem that ran in the family, I hope that it will strike a chord in someones memory. I am searching for the Thomson/ Thompson family who lived in Northumberland or Cumberland and they had Huntington's Chorea. His grandmother was Maria Thompson b 1877 and her nephew was Frederick Thomson b 1891.. Maria married Joseph Woodward in Cumberland in 1896. Help please.
red mail nattrass
does anyone have any infomation about Joseph Nattrass and his family. I know that he was born around 1783 in Haltwhistle but in later life moved to Castle Carrick cumberland from there he married a Elizabeth Holmes of Lanercost cumberland from then on he worked around the Brampton area in 1813 until I presumed he died His daughter Jane was his housekeeper at Burntholme Brampton in 1851 this lady is my great great grandmother. I have no trace of Joseph after 1851 and no trace of his parents can u help.
red mail Keen, Barton & Watson of Haltwhistle
My great grandparents Samuel Watson B 1879 (parents John Watson b 1829 and Ann Barton b 1844) and Margaret Annie Keen b 1882 (parents Edward Keen b 1851 and Annie? b 1845) all from Haltwhistle. Also have photo of unknown children from Fred. R. Lee Studio circa 1900 and J. W. Leslie photographer circa 1910, both studios in Haltwhistle also old photos of Haltwhistle from Graham & Co., Haltwhistle circa 1900-1913
red mail Reay family - Haltwhistle
1891 Thomas 51 Commercial clerk Jane 41 John 17 Thomas 13 Isaac 10 Jane Annie 8 George 6 Hugh 3 Eleanor 1 Eleanor was my maternal grandmother. I have traced Thomas back to 1851, George was killed in WW1 and Eleanor's first child born in 1920 was named after him. Any other information on Eleanor's siblings or their decendents would be greatly appreciated as I have no contact with that side of my family. Thankyou
red mail Ridley family
I am looking for information about my great-great-grandfather James Ridley born circa 1820 near Haltwhistle. He was groundskeeper for the Featherstone estate for 50 years. He had a son Matthew Ridley (b. 1848 Newcastle on Tyne) who trained at Kew and emigrated to Lucknow India to work as the Superintendent of Government Parks and Gardens. Any information about James (spouse, parents, granparents, siblings, children) would be most appreciated.

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