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DURHAM RECORDS OFFICE Lookups CLOSED FOR TIME BEIN

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~*~ Mo

~*~ Mo Report 8 Feb 2006 18:58

Helen Lovett Ok St Andrew's Church, Haughton le Skerne 27th September 1772 Sarah dau of Matthew Morrison of Haugh Lane 27th December 1773 Hannah dau of Matthew Morrison of Haugh Lane 1st April 1777 William son of Matthew Morrison of Haughton Moors 30th August 1778 Frances dau of Matthew Morrison of Haughton 3rd December 1780 William son of Matthew Morrison of Haughton 8th June 1783 Martin son of Matthew Morrison of Haughton 26th June 1785 Thomas son of Matthew Morrison of Haughton 27th May 1787 Joseph son of Matthew Morrison of Haughton 28th March 1790 Fanny dau of Matthew Morrison of Haughton 22nd July 1792 Newton son of Matthew and Frances Morrison of Haughton Hope I did'nt miss any Mo

~*~ Mo

~*~ Mo Report 8 Feb 2006 19:01

Ickle C Hi Claire I checked from 1865 to 1871 and there are no Pope baptisms at Holy Trinity Southwick... That was C of E Church.. Sorry Mo

~*~ Mo

~*~ Mo Report 8 Feb 2006 19:03

Hi Tom Bb Spot on as usual St John's Shildon Ralph Stubbs of Shildon was buried 23rd October 1877 aged 58 years William Stubbs of Shildon was buried 14th February 1878 aged 55 years Mo

~*~ Mo

~*~ Mo Report 8 Feb 2006 19:07

The other Thread Killer on this Site Hi Kim St Thomas' Church, Stanhope 4th September 1768 John Morralee of Newlandsides was buried...no age and the only Mary that was buried in 1779 was a Mary on the 4th July 1779 Mary it then has da and is crossed out of Tho Garget of Cornriggs No Mary Morralee in the July of 1779 Sorry Mo

~*~ Mo

~*~ Mo Report 8 Feb 2006 19:18

Up the Creek I was this morning literally lol.. Ive been chasing my tail all day.. Nicky This is out of the index books and if you want me to look at the film next week I will which will give you Father's Occ. I have been really pushed for time today. Here we go All Saint's Church, Penshaw Born 5th April 1806 Bap 5th October 1806 Stephen son of John and Frances Patterson Born 29th January 1807 Bap 26th April 1807 John son of John and Frances Patterson Born 9th October 1808 Bap 12th February 1809 Bridget dau of John and Frances Patterson Born 21st March 1811 Bap 1st September 1811 John son of John and Frances Patterson Quite a few names in the index's but thought these were the more important ones to get today.. Mo

~*~ Mo

~*~ Mo Report 8 Feb 2006 19:23

Margaret Manson All the index and film says is child of Thomas and Elizabeth Turnbull St John the Evangelist's Church, Ingleton 20th August 1848 Thomas son of Thomas and Elizabeth Turnbull 28th December 1856 Henry son of Thomas and Elizabeth Pm me Your Email addy Mo

~*~ Mo

~*~ Mo Report 8 Feb 2006 19:25

Norman Finan You are going to hate me ... There's a note in the parish register... Burials missing from 1864-5 right up until 1919 a new vicar takes over in 1919 and he has put all burials that he has undertaken in the register after 1919 Sorry Mo

~*~ Mo

~*~ Mo Report 8 Feb 2006 19:28

Jackie Legge In the index for St Thomas Stanhope There are two Joseph's but neither have a Father called Thomas In 1825 Joseph son of William and Isabella 24th October 1824 Joseph son of Ann Lowry Single Woman Mo

~*~ Mo

~*~ Mo Report 8 Feb 2006 19:30

Betty Boo from Dundee No baptisms for Collins in the Roman Catholic Register checked from 1871 ---1876 and the only Collins that were being baptised were Children of Pietri and Brigitta Collins Sorry Mo

~*~ Mo

~*~ Mo Report 8 Feb 2006 19:39

Helen Catchpole I checked the index book for these as I was getting ready to come home and just say made the bus...with a minute to spare.. All Saints Hurworth 1st December 1829 Robert son of John and Elizabeth Oliver 23rd October 1831 John son of John and Elizabeth Oliver 3rd September 1833 William son of John and Elizabeth Oliver 25th January 1835 Hodgson son of John and Elizabeth Oliver 27th March 1836 Walter son of John and Elizabeth Oliver 29th April 1838 Jane Sarah dau of John and Elizabeth Oliver John Oliver married Elizabeth Hodgson 16th May 1829 also in the index's is another 4 marriages all male for Oliver Mo

Jacqui

Jacqui Report 8 Feb 2006 20:16

Hi Mo Thanks again for taking the time to do all the look ups for us. Hope you managed to get some of yours done. I will investigate the 2 Josephs you found. I'm sure Ive made census notes on the William and Isabella family so maybe my Joseph was the illegitimate one and made up a father on his marriage cert! Thanks again Jacqui

****Nicky

****Nicky Report 8 Feb 2006 22:00

Mayoress, thank you so much for looking up your indexes of Penshaw re Stephen Patterson. It is really useful and 100% mine, names of parenst being names of his children etc, If you could look at the reg next time for fathers occ and any other baptisms I will be eternally greatful Thank you so much you are a star!!! Nicky AKA up the creek, (not quite so much now).

Suein10b

Suein10b Report 8 Feb 2006 23:06

Mo Thanks so much for doing those look ups for Gabriel Rawlings Your help was very much appreciated. Will hopefully be able to locate someone who can look at the newspapers in Sunderland. Sorry to hear you had a stressful day. Virtual bottle of vino here from me. Sue

Lovettpod

Lovettpod Report 8 Feb 2006 23:22

Soooo appreciate your looking....Helen x

Tc

Tc Report 9 Feb 2006 06:29

Hi Mo Thanks very much for the Stubbs lookup Much appreciated Tom

Kim from Sandhurst

Kim from Sandhurst Report 9 Feb 2006 08:56

Mo Thank you very much for the look up of my Moralee's That is definately my John, as you confirmed Newlandside for me. So you did get a result for me. Kim

Michael

Michael Report 9 Feb 2006 14:05

Hi MO.. Sorry I was one of the unlucky ones better luck next time Thanks for putting the time in. Mike

Bluesavannah

Bluesavannah Report 9 Feb 2006 19:00

Thanks so much for checking this for me, it was much appreciated. Kind Regards Claire x

Clare

Clare Report 9 Feb 2006 19:38

dont know if you can help am looking for a george vernon born south shields 1855. his parents were part of a circus or fairground that would have been there in 1855.

~*~ Mo

~*~ Mo Report 9 Feb 2006 20:31

Hi Claire I would suggest that the best route to take on this one would be to get his Birth cert... The 1837 indexes are free to search at the moment on Ancestry even if you are not a member.. Might be worth tracking his parents down that way..his Birth cert will also give you the Father's occupation Mo