by Cleveland, North Yorkshire and South Durham Family History Society .
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The following records for churches in the ancient parish of Whitworth are also available at Durham County Record Office, County Hall, Durham, DH1 5UL: Tudhoe Grange (EP/TuG). Return to top of page History Spennymoor A local history book entitled "The History of the Urban District of Spennymoor" was published in by James J. This is a temporary search while I experiment Census. Census. Census. Census (Film # ) (Film # ). Open: Monday-Tuesday , Wednesday Closed: Monday, 2 December until Friday, 3 January inclusive for annual stocktake and building closure Book in advance; Wheelchair access; Research Service. In April the township of Middlestone was transferred from the parish of St. Andrew's Auckland to that of Merrington. The parish is at present bounded on the north and north-west by the township of Tudhoe, in the parish of that name, and the chapelry of Whitworth; on the west by the township of Westerton, in the chapelry of Coundon; on the.
Acreage of county, ,; population () ,, () ,, () ,, () ,, () ,, () 1,, The county, as already noted in our article on the city, was formerly governed by the bishop, but it is now governed by a lord-lieutenant and a county council consisting of 72 councillors and 24 aldermen. Census Hawkers born Durham, Entries: Bc=Born Circa. -A- David Adams Emly, Bc New Bottle, Durham, England Middlesbrough, Yorkshire Caliph Adams, Bc . just to add I looked at the census and here they are same street 3 1/2 Gibbon Street Charles Plymouth Frederick William munden Head Marr 28 Born Hants Portsmouth Annie Wife 24 Scotland Ellen Louise Dau 2 devon Plymouth. Census Dates; 06 Jun: 30 Mar: 07 Apr: 02 Apr: 03 Apr: 05 Apr: 31 Mar: 02 Apr.
Use the options below to search the catalogues of the documents () deposited in the Record Office and those related photographs () that have already been made available for viewing online.. Each catalogue entry includes the reference number you will need should you wish to . [Note: Waghorn in the GRO birth index and the census.] In this one, the GRO birth index appears to be wrong, as the child appears as Frederick O. Eyres in the census: 9 Apr Frederick Ongley Eyres, of Dock St., born 5 Apr , child of Marian Eyres (unmarried) [Note: Frederick William Eyres in the GRO birth index.]. Search for church registers of baptism, marriage and burial (all denominations) in our archive collections. Find out what registers we keep and their covering dates. We preserve the registers of over a thousand churches and chapels, past and present. Check for any name indexes in our search room. Please note that you cannot use this database to search for individual names within a church register. [Note: GRO death index says Butler.] 20 Oct John Cousins, of South Church, age: 72, died of smallpox; 26 Nov Susan Berry, of [the] Workhouse, age: 60, this was the first interment in the new burial ground; 22 Sep Sophia Punsheon, of Cumberland Street, Coundon Grange, age: