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Technical Help / Re: changing broadband supplier, help please
« on: Tuesday 03 September 19 23:25 BST (UK)  »
I moved from TalkTalk back in January. I only ever used their email for receiving bills because I use web mail for everything else.  However I have just sent myself an email from my talktalk address and it was received - so still working after 8 months.

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Northumberland / Re: Berwick-upon-Tweed marriages, 1811
« on: Saturday 31 August 19 23:38 BST (UK)  »
Berwick Holy Trinity and Berwick St. Mary are both available at Northumberland archives.

If you tell us who you are looking for I'd be happy to look up a marriage for you next week.

Christine

57
Northumberland / Re: Single Row, South Newsham
« on: Wednesday 21 August 19 22:48 BST (UK)  »
Sorry to be so late.  It turns out there are loads of Atkinsons in and around Blyth so it has been impossible to isolate those that you need.
Do you have dates of birth - that would help.

I can confirm what Callum said in that Harrison Atkinson was buried at Blyth civil cemetery on 8th May 1929 aged 47.  Address given as 8 Single Row.
Helen was buried on 23rd June 1958 aged 80.  Address given as 57 Union Street Blyth.

One sad but interesting thing I spotted in Cowpen records was an entry in 1895 for Harrison Atkinson aged 1 day.  Address given as Cowpen Village which is Horton parish so it might be worth looking there too.

Christine

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Northumberland / Re: Single Row, South Newsham
« on: Wednesday 21 August 19 08:42 BST (UK)  »
I'm on my way to the archives later this morning.  I'll see if they can be found.

Twentieth century burials may well be at Cowpen Civil Cemetery

Long time since I 'talked' to you on here pckl  ;D

Christine

59
Northumberland / Re: Benwell St James 5th March 1898 Marriage look up
« on: Wednesday 14 August 19 22:54 BST (UK)  »
The other three signatures were very neat and fluid which suggests that they may have had more practice than you think  :)

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Occupation Interests / Re: Coal Mining Deaths
« on: Wednesday 14 August 19 20:27 BST (UK)  »
Iím sorry this has taken so long.  I passed on your request but only today have I caught up with Putterlad for the answers.  These are the only Casey records he has

Chilton - Patrick Casey, father John, age 35 injured 13/09/1911, died 20/09/1911
Seaham - Michael Casey born 1881 injured 29/09/1886
Derwent - John Casey born 1847 injured 24/10/1886
Easingthorne - John Casey, age 48 injured 11/11/1903
Washington - Patrick Casey age 24, born 1881 injured 24/01/1924
Seaton Delaval - William Casey age 40, born 1863 injured 02/11/1903

Only the first one died from his injuries

All information from Tyne and Wear Archives

Christine


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Northumberland / Re: Benwell St James 5th March 1898 Marriage look up
« on: Wednesday 14 August 19 20:19 BST (UK)  »
Hi Boo

Here is your marriage -
By banns on 5/3/1898

Robert George Hopper age 22, bachelor, Farmer of Baldwin Flats Farm Dunstan,
father Andrew Hopper, Farmer
Mary Young Scott age 22, spinster of 13 Clara Street, father William Scott, Mason

Witnesses - Andrew Brown and Hannah Ellen Hopper

All signed but Andrewís signature looks very laboured so Iím guessing that he learned especially for the event.

Christine

62
Northumberland / Re: Benwell St James 5th March 1898 Marriage look up
« on: Monday 12 August 19 09:12 BST (UK)  »
I'll be at Woodhorn on Wednesday.  Happy to take a quick look

63
Handwriting Deciphering & Recognition / Re: A parish burial entry
« on: Thursday 11 July 19 19:57 BST (UK)  »
Just noticed your addition, Gadget.  I think it's a T.  The other one in the word 'the' isn't crossed either.

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