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DURHAM RECORDS OFFICE NO NEW REQUESTS TAKEN...Resu

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~*~ Mo

~*~ Mo Report 30 Jan 2006 09:17

Added By ~*~Mayoress of Middleham ~*~ on 23/11/2005 19:02:25 | Update Message | Delete Message Hi All For the first two weeks in December the records office will be closed for stocktaking...... Then Closed 23rd December for Xmas Holidays.. I will not be back there until possibly February but I will let you all know.. when I re-book I would just like to say to all who have asked for lookups at Durham I have had a brilliant time doing them.. Found some Bonus's for me into the bargain while searching for yours... I would like to WISH YOU ALL A MERRY CHRISTMAS..... Take Care Maureen -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Added By ~*~Mayoress of Middleham ~*~ on 23/11/2005 19:03:35 | Update Message | Delete Message Ps.... These are the finishing lookups from the records Office Thread.... Mo -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Added By ~*~Mayoress of Middleham ~*~ on 23/11/2005 19:04:51 | Update Message | Delete Message Sue Smith in Yorkshire.. Would you like the results posting on here or do you want them posting via Snail mail??.... Mo Ps Sue I have Found My Fallas' Relatives... all buried within days of each other... Killed in the Cholera Epidemic in 1849... :-( Mo Sorry Sue Posted them this morning 24/11/...... via Snail -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Added By ~*~Mayoress of Middleham ~*~ on 23/11/2005 19:09:05 | Update Message | Delete Message Here we go Carla I'm sorry but still have not had time to look at the books.. but will try to get this done when I go back in Feb..Sorry Maureen -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Added By ~*~Mayoress of Middleham ~*~ on 23/11/2005 19:14:23 | Update Message | Delete Message Johnathon Elizabeth Walton I have had another look today for her and still no sign.. Not at Hetton-le Hole or St Mary's Easington.. St Brandon, Brancepeth 4th October 1851 Thomas Walton, of full age, widower, Occ. Miner, residence Willington New Row. No Father Listed.... Elizabeth Johnson, Under full age, spinster, residence Sunnyside. Father George Johnson Occ. Pitman. He signs she makes X her mark Witnesses George Johnson and Isabella Wheatley. Both Sign St Catherine's Crook Elizabeth Gelson of Jobs Hill Buried August 9th aged 45. Mo -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Added By ~*~Mayoress of Middleham ~*~ on 23/11/2005 19:16:27 | Update Message | Delete Message Gwen Crook Robert Abbott not baptised at Staindrop which is where the parish of Ingleton came under for c 1820.. Mo -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Added By ~*~Mayoress of Middleham ~*~ on 23/11/2005 19:27:23 | Update Message | Delete Message Lynne Coulson Baptisms for Holy Cross Ryton 4th March 1832 Barbara dau of Robert and Mary 21st March 1824 George son of George and Mary 31st December 1826 Jane dau of Ann 13th October 1826 John Forster son of George and Mary 16th October 1836 Robert son of John and Ellen 29th July 1832 William Cuthbert son of John and Ellen All Bullerwells from the index books Burial Holy Cross Ryton Robert Bullerwell of Smeales parish of Winlaton aged 88 years buried July 27th 1858 aged 88 years Lynne The marriages John Bullerwell and Isabella Dick They were not married twice.. what has happened there was a fire at St Peter's Church Monkwearmouth and the whole community was asked by the clergy to submit all the Birth's Death and Marriages to the Church that they could remember.. Hence why that film is not in Chronological Order.. The marriages Etc Jump all over the place..from 1750 to 1790 to 1743 etc etc... They have gone to the church and re registered their marriage.. At least that sorts that one out.. PM me please..with Email addy Maureen -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Added By ~*~Mayoress of Middleham ~*~ on 23/11/2005 19:29:28 | Update Message | Delete Message ToM Bb Shildon St John George Stubbs of Chapel Row buried June 10th 1852 aged 74 years Esther Stubbs of Shildon buried December 6th 1873 aged 80 years.. Maureen -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Added By ~*~Mayoress of Middleham ~*~ on 23/11/2005 19:39:24 | Update Message | Delete Message Alan Hill South Shield's, St Hilda's 2nd March 1856 Thomas Hair, of full age, bachelor, Occ. Engineer, residence Parish of St Hilda's. Father Thomas Hair, Occ. Engineer Ann Hair, of full age, spinster, residence South Shields. Father George Hair, Occ. Master Mariner Both sign Witnesses A Jameson and Jas Ramsey St Mary's Church, Seaham 1st July 1856 George Kyle, of full age, bachelor, Occ. Brakesman, residence Seaham Colliery. Father William Kyle, Occ. Miner Ann Hair, of full age, spinster, residence Seaham Colliery. Father Thomas Hair, Occ. Engineer Both Sign Witnesses William Field and Robert Turnbull Maureen -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Added By ~*~ Mayoress of Middleham ~*~ on 24/11/2005 21:26:40 | Update Message | Delete Message Hi Sue It looks like Rachel has been the first one to die From Cholera in the Cassop area and then after that there are pages and pages of them all with ch in the outside column and no fee written in all.. Looks like they have all been put into a mass grave THEY WERE ALL BEING BURIED ON THE SAME DAY AS THEY HAVE DIED.. ..so sad looking at the burial register...There are no entries before Rachel's with any remarks on the column and you can see the spread through East Hetton and Quarrington Hill Ch Rachael Fallas of Cassop Moor aged 57 buried 10th June Ch Benjamin Fallas of Cassop Moor aged 60 buried 11th June Ch Thomas Fallas of Cassop Moor aged 3 buried 11th June Ch Joseph Fallas of Cassop Moor aged 18 buried 13th June Ch Leonard Mordew of West Hetton aged 8 buried 14th June Ch William Andrew of Quarrington Hill aged 2 3/4 buried 14th June Ch Margaret Ogilvie of Quarrington Hill aged 22 buried 15th June Ch Jane Scott of Quarrington Hill aged 34 buried 16th June I was a little emotional yesterday to say the least... Rachel and Benjamin Fallas are my direct line ancestors.. for anyone just reading this.. Sue knows as it was Sue who found them all Maureen

June

June Report 25 Nov 2005 13:27

Thanks Maureen,will check this out. Thanks again for all your hard work

~*~ Mo

~*~ Mo Report 23 Nov 2005 18:56

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~*~ Mo Report 21 Nov 2005 10:59

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~*~ Mo

~*~ Mo Report 13 Nov 2005 11:51

Angela I have the same black hole for around there.. I checked St Andrew's Church at Tudhoe Grange for my Grandmothers baptism and the death of her sister but they are not at Tudhoe either.. I dont know if you live near to Spennymoor // Tudhoe at all but when I went for a look for Holy Innocents I went and had a little wander around the churchyard at Tudhoe Grange too and was talking to the man who looked after the churchyard and he has the burial books.. So it could be that they are there there are just no books been handed in to the records office... Might be worth noting for future reference.. Take all the details for the burials with you and he will look through the entries and even if there is no headstone will take you to the plot number.. Maureen

Angela

Angela Report 13 Nov 2005 08:10

Hi Maureen thanks very much for looking for Thomas's burial for me. It is indeed a mystery. Thanks for taking the trouble. I am very grateful to you for all your help. kind regards Angela

Angela now in Wilts (not North Devon)

Angela now in Wilts (not North Devon) Report 12 Nov 2005 15:55

Thank you very much for that Maureen. One of the Knott offspring had Harrison as a middle name, which makes the witnesses names interesting! All the best Angela

~*~ Mo

~*~ Mo Report 12 Nov 2005 10:19

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cane

cane Report 12 Nov 2005 08:48

hi maureen, forgot to give you this, 'sorry' roberts parents names richard and margaret abbott [robert born abt 1820 ingleton] cheers gwen

~*~ Mo

~*~ Mo Report 11 Nov 2005 23:02

June Straughton There is a baptism at St Mary and St Cuthbert's but not son of William and Sarah.. 25th December 1820 William James Hutchinson son of William and Margaret Maureen

~*~ Mo

~*~ Mo Report 11 Nov 2005 22:58

Well Folks have I missed anyone's request...

Jean

Jean Report 11 Nov 2005 21:29

Dear Maureen, Thankyou so much for trying - at least, it has eliminated St Mary's. Thanks again Jean

Susan

Susan Report 11 Nov 2005 21:12

Hi Maureen Thank you so much for the information - cannot thank you enough I hope you had a successful day with your own research. Regards Susan

KathleenBell

KathleenBell Report 11 Nov 2005 20:47

Hi Maureen, I can't thank you enough for all your hard work. It's so nice to know, especially on a day like today, that there are still people willing to give their time - I firmly believe that giving your time is the best gift you can give to anyone. Thank you. Kath. x

Lynne

Lynne Report 11 Nov 2005 19:49

Hi Maureen Thank you! God bless you! Lynne x

~*~ Mo

~*~ Mo Report 11 Nov 2005 19:31

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~*~ Mo

~*~ Mo Report 11 Nov 2005 19:30

Lynne Coulson.. This is out of the burial's index book.. I have not had time to check the marriages.. 16th Feb 1837 Ann Bullerwell of Smeals aged 62.. 19th Jan 1832 Cuthbert Bullerwell of The Smaels aged 29.. 2nd Oct 1823 John Bullerwell of Chopwell Hall aged 55.. 7th Jan 1831 John Bullerwell of Bladon Bank aged 3.. 7th Jan 1831 Robert Bullerwell of Bladon Bank aged 7.. Just done these as we were packing up to come home.. Maureen

~*~ Mo

~*~ Mo Report 11 Nov 2005 19:25

Tom I have not had chance to do this one..

~*~ Mo

~*~ Mo Report 11 Nov 2005 19:24

Sue Hare.. No sign of Euphemia Mitchell at Sunderland St Mary

~*~ Mo

~*~ Mo Report 11 Nov 2005 19:23

Kathleen Bell St Stephen's Willington. 21st May 1865 William Littlefair, aged 24, bachelor, Occ. Labourer, residence Page Bank. Father Thomas Littlefair, Labourer. Jane Gill, aged 23, spinster, residence Page Bank. Father Thomas Gill, Labourer. Witnesses Henry Myers and Mary Gulley? William Littlefair makes X his mark and all others sign their names.