Author Topic: Archibald Ramage & Smithson Peverall  (Read 29242 times)

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Re: Archibald Ramage & Smithson Peverall
« Reply #54 on: Sunday 30 August 09 01:14 BST (UK) »
Hi All

Just thought I would jump on here and get acquainted. I am descended from Elizabeth Ramage b1813 Chester-le-Street daughter of Henry Ramage and Isabella Airey. Elizabeth married Christopher Carr on 23 May 1830 in St Nicholas, Durham. Their daughter Mary Carr then marries William Dowson my mothers paternal 2 x Great grandfather.

I have only been researching this side of my family for about 4 weeks now as I had been stuck for about 10 years on my "Brick Wall" until the release of the 1911 Military base section.

This particular section of the family seems really fascinating and it is nice to see so many discussing and helping each other.

Regards
Brian

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Re: Archibald Ramage & Smithson Peverall
« Reply #55 on: Sunday 30 August 09 11:13 BST (UK) »
Welcome to the family Brian,

Gosh .....  I wish there was as many people researching other branches of my family.

I also come down from Henry and Isabella Airey ........ from their son Henry (1806) who married Elizabeth Sedgewick in Bishop Wearmouth 1830. 
Their daughter Anne Ramage was born Low Coniscliffe, Darlington. baptised 1836 Manfield, just over the border in North Yorkshire.

Henry and Elizabeth Ramage then moved to Lanchester and ended up in Kirk Merrington; as I can only find female children, that is where the family name ended.

Jean
Lidster, Mellanby, Milburn, Laidler, Peart, Thornton, Catterson, Ellwood, Ingleby, Ramage, Sedgewick, Collinson....... Co.Durham
Ingleby....Derbyshire
Ellwood, Rigg, Gibson, Park, Fothergill.....Westmorland

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Re: Archibald Ramage & Smithson Peverall
« Reply #56 on: Sunday 30 August 09 12:08 BST (UK) »
Hi Brian
The more the merrier! Still no breakthrough with Archie although my sis is obsessed with trying to get him sorted. But on another tac - those of you decended from Henry and Isabella Airey have you found out much about her? I seem to have come to a bit of a hitch there as well or have I just forgotten/lost the bits I had? - along with some of the brain-cells!!!
Kate Annie
Murphy, Boycott,O'Neill,Moore -Durham/ Shropshire/Ireland/Scotland.
Phillips,Parry-Shropshire/Denbighshire.
Ramage,Sedgewick-Durham/Yorkshire.
O'Rourke,Brannon,Kilbride- Ireland

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Re: Archibald Ramage & Smithson Peverall
« Reply #57 on: Sunday 30 August 09 15:51 BST (UK) »
Hi ya Kathy,

I haven't found any more  .......... I've now had the information on my family all printed up and bound in quite a large book ..... so I stopped looking really.... otherwise I'll have to do an update.

Just decided to start again,  now the 1911 census are out

Hope you're all well

Jean
Lidster, Mellanby, Milburn, Laidler, Peart, Thornton, Catterson, Ellwood, Ingleby, Ramage, Sedgewick, Collinson....... Co.Durham
Ingleby....Derbyshire
Ellwood, Rigg, Gibson, Park, Fothergill.....Westmorland

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Re: Archibald Ramage & Smithson Peverall
« Reply #58 on: Thursday 11 February 10 21:16 GMT (UK) »
Hi,
I descend from Archibald and Smithson too. He was a tobacconist in Chester le Street and came from Wakefield. Would love to compare notes. Lois.
NTH YORKS, DURHAM - Dent, Raine, Alderson, Bainbridge, Tarn, Manistry, Ramage, Sedgewick, Airey, Moore, Todd, Campbell, Gowland, Husband, Schorah, Wignall.
NTH YORKS -  Biggins, Johnson, Hindson, Leng, Bowes, Garbutt, Goldsborough, Langstaff.
NEWCASTLE - Pascoe, Sanderson, Willey.
WESTMORLAND - Weightman

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Re: Archibald Ramage & Smithson Peverall
« Reply #59 on: Thursday 11 February 10 21:41 GMT (UK) »
Hi again,
Have just read another of your listings. Me thinks the notes on Archie and his job came from me. They were mentioned at the christening of one of his children in Chester le Street and found at Durham Record Office. Unfortunately I can't find my notes on which child!!
Regards (again) Lois
NTH YORKS, DURHAM - Dent, Raine, Alderson, Bainbridge, Tarn, Manistry, Ramage, Sedgewick, Airey, Moore, Todd, Campbell, Gowland, Husband, Schorah, Wignall.
NTH YORKS -  Biggins, Johnson, Hindson, Leng, Bowes, Garbutt, Goldsborough, Langstaff.
NEWCASTLE - Pascoe, Sanderson, Willey.
WESTMORLAND - Weightman

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Re: Archibald Ramage & Smithson Peverall
« Reply #60 on: Thursday 11 February 10 22:05 GMT (UK) »
Lol...Lois .....where have you been ...... you started the thread .....Rip Van Winkle springs to mind ....... lol.

Jean

Interested to know if you've found anything else??
Lidster, Mellanby, Milburn, Laidler, Peart, Thornton, Catterson, Ellwood, Ingleby, Ramage, Sedgewick, Collinson....... Co.Durham
Ingleby....Derbyshire
Ellwood, Rigg, Gibson, Park, Fothergill.....Westmorland

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Re: Archibald Ramage & Smithson Peverall
« Reply #61 on: Saturday 02 October 10 06:32 BST (UK) »
Hi, I too am from this line and spent hours tromping round graveyards in Chester le street last year looking for Archies grave.
Question - has anyone found his place of birth? I wonder if maybe his name then was spelled Rammage as has happened before.
Durham Applegarth, Ramage,Ramsay
Yorkshire Snowball, Oakley
Staffordshire, Oakley, Cliff

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Re: Archibald Ramage & Smithson Peverall
« Reply #62 on: Saturday 02 October 10 11:07 BST (UK) »
Well there is a record of him on the Pilot site for his first marriage in 1741 in Leeds to Ann Benton and it says he was born in 1715. This is England and Wales Marriages. Maybe that was by license. No further info is given on the index.

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