Author Topic: All Saints East, Newcastle Upon Tyne, 1864.  (Read 601 times)

Offline MrsBarlow

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All Saints East, Newcastle Upon Tyne, 1864.
« on: Wednesday 29 June 16 16:57 BST (UK) »
If someone died in All Saints East ward, Newcastle upon Tyne, in 1864, where would they have been buried? I can only find marriage and baptism records for that area. The person was Christian, but not overly religious, and had enough money for a decent burial, so probably wouldn't have been in a paupers unmarked grave, although there was no close family. Would they have been taken to Jesmond?
Wilson-northumberland. Pearce-buckinghamshire and hertfordshire. Barlow-cheshire. Sheldon-staffordshire. Puckey-anywhere.

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Re: All Saints East, Newcastle Upon Tyne, 1864.
« Reply #1 on: Sunday 17 July 16 18:12 BST (UK) »
Ashford: Somerset, London
England: Devon, London, New Zealand
Holdway: Wiltshire
Hooper: Bristol, Somerset
Knowling: Devon, London
Southcott: Devon, China
Strong: Wiltshire
Watson: Cambridgeshire
White: Bristol
Windo - Gloucestershire, Somerset, Wiltshire

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