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

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Linda

Linda Report 4 Jul 2004 17:08

Gail, do you mean Durham City? Any idea of the area? Linda

Linda

Linda Report 4 Jul 2004 17:17

Helen, you were in luck I had just taken a break from looking at Stockton 1871 for myself! RG10/4902 folio 123 page 30 6 Bowser Street, Stockton Peter Murphy head m 38 iron ship builder Ireland Agnes Murphy wife m 37 Scotland John Murphy son 12 DUR hartlepool Elizabeth Murphy daur 10 scholar DUR Stockton Matilda Murphy daur 8 scholar DUR Stockton Agnes Murphy daur 6 scholar DUR Stockton Susannah Murphy daur 3 scholar DUR Stockton Ethat (Ethel?) Murphy daur 1 DUR Stockton Linda

Christine

Christine Report 4 Jul 2004 20:01

Hi Linda I am looking for information on my great grandparents. Their names were Benjamin Burgess and Mabel Lawrence they lived 44 Nile Street Sunderland around 1870. Is there any thing on the censuses about them addresses, children etc. many thanks Christine.

Mary

Mary Report 4 Jul 2004 20:34

Linda, Thanks for the reply I`m sorry I`m so late with this repy but only to dy seen it. I will send for the 1841 Durham. I have a tynemouth 71 form the N&D FHS which is wonderful. I wish they were all as good. Mary

Helen in Berkshire

Helen in Berkshire Report 4 Jul 2004 22:18

Linda Re. MURPHYs in Stockton: Thank you so much - it was obviously good timing for a look-up! Most interesting info. - with a name like Murphy I thought they had to come from Ireland at some point. Many thanks and good luck in your own searches Helen

Gail

Gail Report 5 Jul 2004 07:19

Hi Linda, I am really sorry but the image for 1861 does not show what area of Durham it is. If it is a big job then please don't worry. Gail

Linda

Linda Report 5 Jul 2004 09:13

Christine, sorry, they are not at that address in either 1871 or 1861. Linda

Linda

Linda Report 6 Jul 2004 16:50

Darren, 1841 ED8 folio 27 page 3 Gilesgate Street name age occ born in county William Milburn 30-35 Labourer N Elizabeth Milburn 25-30 N William Milburn 7 Y Henry Milburn 4 Y Ann Milburn 2 Y 1851 107/2391 folio 168 Magdalene Place name position age occ born William Milburn Head m 40 Labourer YKS Leeds Elizabeth Milburn wife m 36 NBL William Percival Milburn son u 17 coal miner DUR (couldn't decipher) Henry Shield Milburn son 13 Scholar DUR Easington Lane Ann Eliza Milburn daur. 11 scholar DUR Durham Elizabeth Margaret Milburn daur. 7 scholar DUR Durham Sarah Jane Milburn daur 2 DUR Durham couldn't locate them in 1861 hope this helps Linda

Lisa

Lisa Report 7 Jul 2004 00:05

Hi Linda, Thanks for your kind offer. I'm looking to find Rosanna McKay (also known as Rose Ann) around the Consett & Harton areas of South Shields. She was born in Ireland around 1848-1851 (two different birth years on 1881, 1891 census's!). If you have time would you please look at the 1861 & 1871 census for her please? She did not marry until 1873 so I'm hoping she will be with her family - fingers crossed! Thanks again Linda, Best regards, Lisa

James

James Report 7 Jul 2004 17:15

HI Linda, many thanks for your search on Margaret Plant. James

Paul

Paul Report 7 Jul 2004 17:24

Hello Linda, I'm looking for a John Edward SPENCE born 1840 in Redmarshall, Durham. I don't know how big a settlement it was back then and unfortunately I don't have a better address. If it's too big a search, don't worry. Thanks very much. Paul

Linda

Linda Report 8 Jul 2004 08:39

Darren, yes NBL is Northumberland Linda

Linda

Linda Report 8 Jul 2004 10:24

Paul - re Armstrong. Sorry but that is just too large to trawl through, need it to be narrowed down or wait until it is indexed Linda

Linda

Linda Report 8 Jul 2004 10:35

Christine Dolan - sorry they are not in Nile street in 1871. Linda

Linda

Linda Report 8 Jul 2004 10:39

Paul - re SPENCE - have looked at Redmarshall (1841 & 1851) not very big then, but not there. Do you have any other clues? Linda

Linda

Linda Report 8 Jul 2004 10:50

Darren they are not at Wind Mill Hills in 1861 Linda

Paul

Paul Report 8 Jul 2004 21:37

Hi Linda, Thanks for looking for SPENCE in Redmarshall. I'm afraid I don't have anything else on an address until the 1881 census when they were living at 9 Cleveland Street, Middlesbrough. By then he had married Hannah CLARK and had children....quite a lot of children.. who were Marwood, Robert, Emanuel, Edward, John William, Alfred W, Thomas, jane and George. Paul

Linda

Linda Report 9 Jul 2004 16:56

Darren could not locate him in Wingate - and couldn't find Hart Bushes - but the pages for Wingate are very faint and not easy to read, so could have missed him. Sorry Linda

Linda

Linda Report 9 Jul 2004 16:57

Paul, I had a look at Middlesborough to see if they were there, without succcess. Linda

Paul

Paul Report 9 Jul 2004 22:56

thanks anyway Linda.