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Applegarth darlington
« on: Tuesday 24 March 09 04:53 GMT (UK) »
Thomas Applegarth born 1777 - died Darlington 1850. Can find no record of death Help please ! Where do I look ?
Also  A George Applegarth born in Bishop Middleham 1814 shows up in 1851 census in B Middleham with wife Jane, born in Stanhope(?) they have 4 children born in America and 2 born in B.Middleham. Then in 1855 they return to America. Does anyone know who his parents were?
Durham Applegarth, Ramage,Ramsay
Yorkshire Snowball, Oakley
Staffordshire, Oakley, Cliff

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Re: Applegarth darlington
« Reply #1 on: Tuesday 24 March 09 06:30 GMT (UK) »
Hi Yorkcity

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There is a death on FreeBDM for a Thomas Applegarth registered  2nd Q 1850 in Darlington GRO vol 24 page 35.

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Preshous: Yorkshire/Durham
Penwrights: Bedfordshire/Tasmania
Blake: Sunderland
Stace: Sussex/Sunderland
Murray: Cumberland
Sanderson: Berwickshire/Durham
Burnside: Darlington

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Re: Applegarth darlington
« Reply #2 on: Tuesday 24 March 09 10:30 GMT (UK) »
Bishop Middleham baptism:

George Applegarth baptised 17 Oct 1813 s/o George and Mary

Siblings  Elizabeth Applegarth born 11 May 1811, baptised 12 May 1811 d/o George and Mary
Robert Applegarth born 6 Jan 1810, baptised 10 Jan 1810 s/o George and Mary

Marriage BMI:  George Applegarth and Mary Huscroft 15 Nov 1809

Janis
Co. Durham:  Hall, Snowdon, Makepeace, Barnfather, Barrass, Gray/Grey, Wilson, Carr, Cole, Richardson, Greener, Lamb
Northumberland:  Grey/Gray, Richardson, Barnfather, Heron, Redpath
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Re: Applegarth darlington
« Reply #3 on: Wednesday 25 March 09 05:10 GMT (UK) »
Many thanks.
Having seen the entry in the book, I'm not sure how to verify that this is indeed my family member. I once thought that Applegarth was an unusual name(ha, ha)
Thought that there would be details of family, or burial somewhere.
Durham Applegarth, Ramage,Ramsay
Yorkshire Snowball, Oakley
Staffordshire, Oakley, Cliff

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Re: Applegarth darlington
« Reply #4 on: Wednesday 25 March 09 05:18 GMT (UK) »
Bishop Middleham baptism:

George Applegarth baptised 17 Oct 1813 s/o George and Mary

Siblings  Elizabeth Applegarth born 11 May 1811, baptised 12 May 1811 d/o George and Mary
Robert Applegarth born 6 Jan 1810, baptised 10 Jan 1810 s/o George and Mary

Marriage BMI:  George Applegarth and Mary Huscroft 15 Nov 1809

Janis
Thanks, but now I'm really confused because I also have Elizabeth Huscroft B 1795 marrying Thomas Applegarth b 1798. Both in Bishop Middleham.
Durham Applegarth, Ramage,Ramsay
Yorkshire Snowball, Oakley
Staffordshire, Oakley, Cliff

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Re: Applegarth darlington
« Reply #5 on: Wednesday 25 March 09 14:17 GMT (UK) »
Marriages BMI:  15 Nov 1809. George Applegarth and Mary Huscroft. Witnesses Edward Smith, David Applegarth, John Potts.

5 days later was a marriage of John Applegarth and Elizabeth Ryder. Wit. Benjamin Walker, Mary Hodgson and William Heighington

Both seen on IGI extracted records and Reginald Peacock transcription.

14 May 1818 Thomas Applegarth married Eliabeth Huscroft--maybe a sister to Mary?

Baptisms--Robert was first child, of Farnlass, Elizabeth was first daughter and 2nd child
Another child to add to the list is Mary baptised 5 Sept 1817(see burial below)

Burial BMI: Mary Applegarth, age 16, of Farnless, 15 Mar 1834

Janis
Co. Durham:  Hall, Snowdon, Makepeace, Barnfather, Barrass, Gray/Grey, Wilson, Carr, Cole, Richardson, Greener, Lamb
Northumberland:  Grey/Gray, Richardson, Barnfather, Heron, Redpath
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Re: Applegarth darlington
« Reply #6 on: Wednesday 24 June 15 12:07 BST (UK) »
Thomas Applegarth born 1777 - died Darlington 1850. Can find no record of death Help please ! Where do I look ?
Also  A George Applegarth born in Bishop Middleham 1814 shows up in 1851 census in B Middleham with wife Jane, born in Stanhope(?) they have 4 children born in America and 2 born in B.Middleham. Then in 1855 they return to America. Does anyone know who his parents were?
George "A" BAP:17 Oct. 1813 h/o Jane HETHERINGTON is the s/o George "A" & Mary HUSCROFT, George & Jane had 11 children UK/USA, that I am aware of

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Re: Applegarth darlington
« Reply #7 on: Wednesday 24 June 15 12:41 BST (UK) »
Marriages BMI:  15 Nov 1809. George Applegarth and Mary Huscroft. Witnesses Edward Smith, David Applegarth, John Potts.

5 days later was a marriage of John Applegarth and Elizabeth Ryder. Wit. Benjamin Walker, Mary Hodgson and William Heighington

Both seen on IGI extracted records and Reginald Peacock transcription.

14 May 1818 Thomas Applegarth married Eliabeth Huscroft--maybe a sister to Mary?

Baptisms--Robert was first child, of Farnlass, Elizabeth was first daughter and 2nd child
Another child to add to the list is Mary baptised 5 Sept 1817(see burial below)

Burial BMI: Mary Applegarth, age 16, of Farnless, 15 Mar 1834

Janis
Thomas "A" bap:6 Dec 1797 the 6th. child (the 3rd. Thomas, 2 died) s/o Robert "A" & Jane PRIESTMAN. Thomas married Elizabeth HUSCROFT 14 May 1818 d/o Thomas & Elizabeth HUSCROFT. Elizabeth's sister Mary HUSCROFT married 15 Nov 1809 to George "A" bap:27 Nov 1768 the s/o Robert "A" & Elizabeth TROTTER.

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Re: Applegarth darlington
« Reply #8 on: Wednesday 24 June 15 14:19 BST (UK) »
Many thanks.
Having seen the entry in the book, I'm not sure how to verify that this is indeed my family member. I once thought that Applegarth was an unusual name(ha, ha)
Thought that there would be details of family, or burial somewhere.
Just a little light relief;APPLEGARTH is quite an uncommon name. We manually transcribed them from fiche at the library 1837 to 2004 during this period there were 3,079 BMDs of that 1,199 were births. When we finished we decided to repeat the process for my father's family, same period 74,042 BMD of which 30,709 Births. I was astounded, I thought my name was rare, I had only know 4 during my working life. So we must be thankful that the "Apps" are a little rare-ified lol