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Problems tracing ancestors in the NE of England ?

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Mark

Mark Report 2 Nov 2012 08:00

If any of you out there are tracing ancestors around Newcastle upon Tyne, Durham and all around that area (boundary changes ) but have given in! Don't give in as a mountain of records are in the hands of durhamrecordsonline.com Go to coming attractions to see what they have not yet published. I paid researchers twice to find a relative to no avail, then came to this great site to find the Earsdon babtisms and burials post 1812 due to be published .
Hope this will be a help to someone out there.

mgnv

mgnv Report 2 Nov 2012 08:46

Although they're not indexed, and are the BTs rather than the original parish records, they're already free at:
https://familysearch.org/search/collection/list#page=1®ion=UNITED_KINGDOM_IRELAND
England, Diocese of Durham Bishops' Transcripts ca., 1700-1900 > Northumberland > Earsdon > 1762-1844 > Image 1 of 1316