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1891 Bedlington - Tyler family please-Completed Thanks
« on: Friday 17 November 06 04:18 GMT (UK) »
Could someone please try to find the family below in 1891

1881 RG11 5115/36 p33 Bedlington, Northumberland
Old Hall
Henry Tyler   33   Coal Miner   Essex
Lucey      31      Seaton Delaval Northumberland
James      12         Essex
John      11         Essex
Henry        9         (Braintree) Bedlington
George        6         Bedlington
Joseph        3         Bedlington
Lucey      3mths         Bedlington

Thanks for looking
Kissimmee
Essex - Baker, Spriggs, Wade, Bearman, Crosier,
Walker, Rolfe, Joslin, Coats
Australia - Baker
Kent - Chattington, O'Hara, Roffey
London - Stevens, Stone, Davies, Walker
Cambridge - O'Hara
And who knows where else......

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Re: 1891 Bedlington - Tyler family please
« Reply #1 on: Friday 17 November 06 04:38 GMT (UK) »
Hi Kissimmee

1891: Bedlington Northumberland
REF: RG12  / Piece4256- Folio 55- Pg29
ADDRESS: Doctor Terrace
Surname:  TYLER
Head: Henry 44, Coal Miner, b Braintree
Wife: Lucy G. 40, b Seaton Delaval Northumberland
Son: James 22, unm, Coal Miner, Braintree
Son: Henry 19, unm, Coal Miner, Braintree
Son. Geo. 15, Attending to engine in Coal Mines, b Bedlington
Son: Jos. 13, Coal Miner, b Bedlington
Dau: Lucy 10, Scholar, b Bedlington
Son: Thomas 7, Scholar, b Bedlington
Dau: Mary 5, Scholar, b Bedlington
Nephew: Wm. 19, unm,  Coal Miner, Braintree

Cheers
AMBLY
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Re: 1891 Bedlington - Tyler family please
« Reply #2 on: Friday 17 November 06 13:26 GMT (UK) »
Thanks Ambly for finding them for me and the extra bonus of his nephew William
Kissimmee
Essex - Baker, Spriggs, Wade, Bearman, Crosier,
Walker, Rolfe, Joslin, Coats
Australia - Baker
Kent - Chattington, O'Hara, Roffey
London - Stevens, Stone, Davies, Walker
Cambridge - O'Hara
And who knows where else......

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Re: 1891 Bedlington - Tyler family please
« Reply #3 on: Friday 17 November 06 13:54 GMT (UK) »
Hi Kissimmee,

 Just out of interest In the 1901 Census

Henry Tyler 53
Lucy G  50
Lucy 20
Mary 15
Thomas 17
William 28 Nephew
Albert D Tyler, Son, Aged 9 
Rose Tyler, Daughter, Aged 1  ( checked original census, which confirmed daughter)

Elaine
Johnson  England/Sweden
 Baxter  Norfolk
Nevins  Northumberland
Armstrong  Northumberland
Rutherford  Northumberland
Backhouse  Essex
 Bland  Durham


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Re: 1891 Bedlington - Tyler family please
« Reply #4 on: Friday 17 November 06 21:55 GMT (UK) »

Just a couple of snippets...

Their dwelling in C1901.. Doctor Terrace... was named after the adjacent mine, where the males would have worked.. The Doctor ( or "D") Pit ( one of several pits owned by the Bedlington Coal Company.

Trivia Angle... the Doctor Pit produced mainly steam coal, then later mined steam and household coal.

In 1934 a Samuel Burn Tyler was killed in the Doctor Pit.

Above info from web site of Durham Mining Museum.


See  site    communities.northumberland.gov.uk
, Bedlington section, photograph gallery, to see photos and old maps of the area ( Including pics Doctor Pit folk in 1911 strike, and map showing Doctor Terrace, close to pit yard)


Michael Dixon

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Ontario, CANADA
Lowell, Ma, USA
Counties of Northumberland & Durham, ENGLAND
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Re: 1891 Bedlington - Tyler family please
« Reply #5 on: Saturday 18 November 06 00:09 GMT (UK) »
Many thanks to everyone who has helped out on this one.

Extra thanks Michael for the interesting info on the mines and the web site.  I am going to enjoy going through that.

It really makes it interesting when you can find out something about these people's lives instead of just collecting dates.

Kissimmee
Essex - Baker, Spriggs, Wade, Bearman, Crosier,
Walker, Rolfe, Joslin, Coats
Australia - Baker
Kent - Chattington, O'Hara, Roffey
London - Stevens, Stone, Davies, Walker
Cambridge - O'Hara
And who knows where else......

Census information is Crown Copyright from www.nationalarchives.gov.uk

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« Reply #6 on: Saturday 18 November 06 00:35 GMT (UK) »
More Trivia,

The dog, the Bedlington Terrier, was developed by early coal miners for hunting rabbits and hares.

Pub in Bedlington called the Bedlington Terrier.

The local football ( OK then soccer to our US chums) team play in Doctor Pit Welfare Park. The team is called Bedlington Terriers. Supporters/fans chant goes..
" Terriers Woof Woof, Terriers Woof Woof ! "

Locals might pronounce Bedlington as " beddle-t'n".

The world's first malleable iron rail tracks were invented and patented in 1820 by the Bedlington Iron Company. This allowed rails to be made much longer, without cracking, snapping as they had done previously.

Stop me, somebody. (Kissimmee's fault for encouraging me)

Michael Dixon
(not a Bedlington person, although my father worked at the Bedlington "A" Pit )

Names.

GALLAGHER ( + variations).
Areas. Co Sligo, Co Leitrim, Co Mayo. IRELAND.
Ontario, CANADA
Lowell, Ma, USA
Counties of Northumberland & Durham, ENGLAND
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MALEY/MELIA/MALLEY  - with or without " O "
Westport Co Mayo. Northumberland
-------------------------------------------------------------------
DIXON
Cumberland.. Brampton, Carlisle, ENGLAND

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Re: 1891 Bedlington - Tyler family please-Completed Thanks
« Reply #7 on: Saturday 18 November 06 00:59 GMT (UK) »
Love the site Michael,
And all the info.
Have used some of the photos but cannot find anything about Samuel Burn Tyler being killed in 1934.  Can you please let me know where you found this info and what you have on him as he is one of mine.

Details below
Samuel Burn Tyler MQ1899 Morpeth 10b 441

Henry Tyler 1871 Braintree
Married Margaret Burn JQ1894 Morpeth 10b 521
1901
Henry Tyler   29    Coal Hewer Braintree
Margaret   25
Emma        6
Margaret     4
Sam B        2
Henry T   8 days

Thanks again
Kissimmee
Essex - Baker, Spriggs, Wade, Bearman, Crosier,
Walker, Rolfe, Joslin, Coats
Australia - Baker
Kent - Chattington, O'Hara, Roffey
London - Stevens, Stone, Davies, Walker
Cambridge - O'Hara
And who knows where else......

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Re: 1891 Bedlington - Tyler family please-Completed Thanks
« Reply #8 on: Saturday 18 November 06 01:19 GMT (UK) »
K,

The pit death was in the Durham Mining Museum site...

Under every mine/colliery, there is a list of all the fatalities.. he died in Doctor Pit, Bedlington.


Morpeth District Registration Office, covered a wide area, including Bedlington. ( But there was a sub-district office at Bedlington, to save folk's shoe leather )

MD
Names.

GALLAGHER ( + variations).
Areas. Co Sligo, Co Leitrim, Co Mayo. IRELAND.
Ontario, CANADA
Lowell, Ma, USA
Counties of Northumberland & Durham, ENGLAND
-------------------------------------------------------------------
MALEY/MELIA/MALLEY  - with or without " O "
Westport Co Mayo. Northumberland
-------------------------------------------------------------------
DIXON
Cumberland.. Brampton, Carlisle, ENGLAND

Census information is Crown Copyright. from www.nationalarchives.