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DURHAM County 1841,1851,1861,1871 census look ups

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Elizabeth Report 27 Jun 2004 20:45

Hi Lynda Would you be able to see if you could find John Price aged 21 when he married in June 1845, his father Edward Price residence at the time of marriage Eighton Banks, however I believe he was born in Corbridge Northumberland. He married Mary Robson and I would also be very grateful to see if you could find her with her family in 1841, her father was John Robson again residence Eighton banks, however marriage took place in Lamesley I hope I have provided you with enough info and thankyou for your offer of help Liz


Judith Report 27 Jun 2004 21:12

Hello Linda Many thanks for your most kind offer. Could you have a look at:- Tottenham, Coundon, Bishop Auckland [this was only three rows of houses] for FISHWICK and BERRY - all coal miners. I have them from the 1861/71 Census so could you look at 1841 and 1851 please. Kind regards Judith Kettlewell

Andrea B

Andrea B Report 27 Jun 2004 21:47

Linda Would you please be able to look for John (age 40) and Jane (age 37) Jackson who may live in Hume Street, Darlington in 1871. Many thanks Andrea


Linda Report 28 Jun 2004 12:46

Elizabeth - I can't find either family at Eighton Banks, sorry Linda


Linda Report 28 Jun 2004 12:48

Judith, Tottenham is not attached to Coundon in either census (although it should be). Have looked for it in St Andrew Auckland area, any idea where else it may be attached to? Linda


Shan Report 28 Jun 2004 14:10

Thank's anyway Linda Regard's Shan


Molly Report 28 Jun 2004 21:10

Thanks for you kind offer of lookups, mine is the surname TEAZEY/TAZEY should be on all of the census, in the Annfield Plain area. The name has changed several times but the most common ones are above.. also TAIZY/TAISEY/TASEY/TACEY (but didnt want you to got to all the trouble of those doing all those lookups.. ) Thanks in advance Angie


Linda Report 29 Jun 2004 11:19

They are not in Annfield Plain itself in 1851,61,71 - but the "area" is quite large, do you know where - even roughly, Tantobie, Kyo Quaking Houses??? If you can give me this, I will look again regards Linda


Wendy Report 29 Jun 2004 18:49

Hello Linda, I would be extremely rateful if you could look up James Brymer in North Shields,he was born about 1833.Sorry,I have no other information, Thanks in anticipation, Wendy


Linda Report 30 Jun 2004 13:53

Sorry, Wendy, you will need someone with the Northumberland census for a North Shields look up. Linda


Anna Report 30 Jun 2004 14:28

Hello again Linda. I wondered if it would be possible for you to do another lookup for me.I dont know how big the area was in those days though,so if there are too many pages to look through,dont bother. Its on 1871 and the area is Jarrow I got a marriage cert this morning dated July 1871.The names on it are Stephen Rice and Annie Campion.They were married at St Bedes Roman Catholic Church in JARROW. Unfortunately,theres no address,it just says Jarrow for their places of residence Thanks in advance Anna


George Report 30 Jun 2004 17:01

Im told that Middlesbrough & North Ormesby are on the 1871 Durham Census Cd for some reason- Im seeking Dennis & Eliza Griffin with their 3 sons John, Thomas & Edward. Known addresses- 1862 - Lower Commercial St, Middlesbrough 1881- 12 Morris St, North Ormesby Would really like to find them in 1871. Thanks George

Andrea B

Andrea B Report 30 Jun 2004 19:18

Linda I don't know if you missed my earlier request or if Darlington isn't on the Durham census - if you have answered, my apologies but I have missed the answer. Could I please bother you for another look up if possible? William Willey, possibly married to Margaret in Crawleyside, Stanhope or Stanhope Town in 1851. Many thanks Andrea


Linda Report 1 Jul 2004 17:04

Andrea, sorry I was sure I had replied to your request for Darlington, that area is just too large to trawl through, can you narrow it down a bit? Will have a look for your others as soon as I can Linda


Linda Report 1 Jul 2004 17:05

Anyone who has asked for South Shields or Jarrow - please be patient, it's a lot to go through but will do what I can. Linda

Andrea B

Andrea B Report 1 Jul 2004 17:15

Hi Linda It is Hume Street in Darlington. Many thanks Andrea


Linda Report 1 Jul 2004 17:45

Andrea - sorry, sometimes I think it would be good if my brain was connected to my fingers when I type - I should have said that I was unable to find a Hume Street, so do you know where it could be near to? (If you got the address from 1881 LDS disks, I have found mis-spellings on a number of addresses- you might want to check neighbours for nearby streets) Better news though for 1851 census: 107/2388 St Johns Chapel folio 14 William Willey head m 35 Inn keeper DUR Whickham Margaret Willey wife m 31 YKS Thirsk Margaret Rose neice u 6 YKS Thirsk Jonathan Hart servant u 34 stable groom YKS Stockley Mary Davison servant u 33 maid servant CUL Alston Mary Forster servant u 20 maid servant DUR Stanhope Thomas Brisco visitor m 30 labourer NBL Whittonstall Linda


Linda Report 1 Jul 2004 18:02

sorry Michelle, not in East Howle Linda


Molly Report 1 Jul 2004 18:17

Hi Linda, further to TAZEY's the area of Annfield Plain was Hanging Stone..sorry but completely forgot that bit..thanks again Angie


Anna Report 1 Jul 2004 18:27

Linda, dont worry about looking up the Jarrow one for me if theres to much to look through,Im going to Sunderland next week so im going to try and book a couple of hours in the local studies centre(if i can lose the kids for a while lol) So ill try and find the people i want either on the electoral role or the census Anna :-)