ULGHAM GENEALOGY

Compiled by Janet Brown, Bilsdale, Ulgham, Morpeth, Northumberland, NE61 3AR, England

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Ackford

 

 

 

1841.

William, aged 60, Stokermaker. (Census).

Adams

 

 

 

1792.

Isabel daughter of John baptised April 1st.

 

1798.

Dorothy Adams widow of John (labourer) died 6th buried 8th August aged 77.

Adamson

 

 

 

1776.

John witnessed wedding of Robert Forster of Warkworth and Ann Storey. 28th May. (PR/F/25)

Adshead

 

 

 

1880.

Mary, of Ulgham Grange, daughter of Aaron, Gent. married Patrick Freeman of Cambois, Aug. 26th. (PR 1837-1959 27/54)

 

1881

Mary, widow, aged 61, farmer at Ulgham Grange, buried at Earsdon.

 

1887.

Aaron Edward at Ulgham Grange (Bulmer).

Air

 

 

 

1883.

William, blacksmith of Fenwick, son of Robert Air, married Mary Nicholson of Stobswood Colliery Oct. 13th. (PR 1837-1959, 33/65)

Alba

 

 

 

1703.

Isabell married Thomas Heron. June 10th (PR).

Alder

 

 

 

1619/53

Cuthbert again in a plea of debt (Woodman)

 

1623

Cuthbert against George Lawson in a plea of debt for 2 dozen and half of oxen bowes. (CR 1619-53)

 

1624

Cuthbert named as free tenant.

 

1627

Dorothy married Peter Robinson 26th June (PR)

 

1637

Cuthbert against Martyn Coward in an action of trespass for yt ye defendant's dogg did worry ye plts Turkicocks ad dam. (CR).

 

1638

Cuthbert's Will and Inventory. Son-in-law William Lawson to receive 2 ox 2 foals 4 cows and 2 horses. Nephew Edward to receive 3/4/-. Nephew John, son of Dionis, to receive a little stirk. Niece Marjorie, daughter of Dionis, to receive a brown cow and stirk. His wife Elizabeth to have the residue, though if she marries again the estate is to be shared equally between her and William Lawson before the wedding. Elizabeth Alder and William Lawson are Executors. The Inventory totals up to over 100. (DRO).

 

1693.

Robert of Morpeth stood bond for Ralph Lawson's estate.

 

1700

Elizabeth married John Clerk Jan. 28th (PR).

 

 

Cuthbert in a plea of trespass (Woodman).

Alexander, Elexander.

 

 

 

1798.

Alexander Alexander volunteered for Posse Comitatus (QSB 90/11/30)

 

 

Robert volunteered for Posse Comitatus (QSB 90/11/30)

 

1813 - 14

Joseph was paid 4 shillings for serving in the local militia.

 

1824

Elizabeth buried June 25th aged 5.

 

 

Mary buried Feb. 21st aged 79.

 

1841

JOSEPH, aged 60, aug.lab. (Census)

 

 

Mary, wife to Joseph, aged 55, (Census)

 

1851.

JOSEPH, Head of House, aged 68, born Alnwick. (Census)

 

 

Jane Mary (wife to Joseph) aged 66, born Longframlington. (Census)

 

 

Jane (Daughter to Joseph) aged 35, Bank (?) worker, born Ulgham. (Census)

 

1861.

JOSEPH, Widower, aged 78, agric.lab, born at Alnwick, lived at Ulgham Mill Cottage (Census).

 

 

Jane, daughter of Joseph, aged 45, unmarried, straw bonnet make, born Alnwick. (Census)

 

 

James, servant blacksmith, aged 20, born Ulgham, lives with the Browns at the Anvil Arms.

 

1871.

Jane, unmarried, aged 55, lived at Ulgham Mill Cottage. Born England. (Census).

 

1881

Jane, unmarried, aged 65, born Ulgham, formerly a straw bonnet maker, lives at Ulgham Mill. (Census)

Allason, Allison, Alison, Alleson, Allinson, Allyson

 

 

 

1610

Thomas appraised the Inventory of James Steele's estate.

 

1619

Thomas named as tenant and juror at Ulgham (CR)

 

 

Thomas complained against William ? (CR)

 

1619/53

Thomas stood pledge for Cuthbert Lyne (CR)

 

1619

Thomas put his cattle into the faugh (CR)

 

1623

Richard is brought before the court for breaking.

 

 

Thomas is named as tenant at Ulgham.

 

 

William named as aletaster, accused of his yard dickes lying down, and for his swine unringed, and for breaking. (CR).

 

1708.

George married Isabel Garrett May 12th (PR).

 

1710

Henry son of George baptised April 20th (PR).

 

1713

William son of Thomas baptised March 26th (PR).

 

1722/3

Mary, widow, buried March 18th.

 

1743/4

Mary received 1/- weekly Poor Relief. (CWA 1714-1800)

 

1744/5

Mary received 4/- weekly Poor Relief. (CWA 1714-1800)

 

1745/6

Mary received 2/- weekly poor relief

 

1748

Mary buried May 10th.

 

1748/9

Mary received Poor Relief. (CWA 1714-1800)

 

1778

William and Jane Pringle of Widdrington. Banns read May. (PR/F/27).

 

1871.

MATTHEW, Agric.Lab. Aged 48, born Longhirst, living at Ulgham Park. (Census)

 

 

Ann, wife to Matthew, aged 47, Born Longframlington, at Ulgham Park. (Census)

 

 

Thomas, son to Matthew, aged 21, born Fenrother, at Ulgham Park. (Census)

 

 

Ann, daughter to Matthew, aged 19, born Hebron, at Ulgham Park. (Census)

 

 

Matthew, son of Matthew, aged 15, born at Paradise, at Ulgham Park (Census)

 

 

William, son of Matthew, aged 12, scholar, at Ulgham Park (Census)

 

 

Henry, son of Matthew, aged 9, at Ulgham Park (Census)

 

 

Eleanor, daughter of Matthew, aged 6, at Ulgham Park (Census)

 

 

Elizabeth Jane, daughter of Matthew, aged 2, at Ulgham Park (Census)

 

 

Margaret, daughter to Matthew, aged 8 months, born at Ulgham Park (Census)

Allen, Allan.

 

 

 

1784.

Frances married Edward Brotherwick 9th Dec. (PR/F/33)

 

1793.

Hannah married Robert Atkinson, widower, Oct. 7th (PR/F/41)

 

1852.

Thomas, labourer, son of John Allen, married Jane Davidson, Nov. 7th. (PR 1837-1959 14/27)

 

1855

Jane, wife of Thomas, died at Ulgham on June 29th aged 29 (tombstone).

 

1877

John, son of Thomas & Jane, died at Ulgham on July 13th aged 22 (tombstone)

 

1878

Isabella, daughter of Thomas & Jane, died at Linton on Sept. 19th aged 25 (tombstone)

 

1884

Thomas died at Linton on April 13th aged 68 (tombstone)

Almiry

   
 

1762

William, husbandman (Militia List)

Ambrey

 

 

 

1770

William married Jane Halliwell 28th June John witnessed. (PR/F/19)

 

1773.

John witnessed marriage of John Pringle of Bedlington and Elizabeth Beal (PR/F/20)

 

 

Margaret daughter of William baptised May 5th.

 

1778.

Jane married John Coxon of Bothal 8th Feb. (PR/F/27).

 

1784.

Mary married John Brown of Morpeth 8th May(PR/F/33)

Amery, Amory

 

see also Emery

 

1725

John son of Thomas baptised March 24th.

 

1731.

Thomas son of Thomas baptised May 30th.

 

1733/4

Jane daughter of Thomas baptised Feb. 10th.

 

1736

Isabel daughter of Thomas baptised June 6th, buried Dec. 16th.

 

1737

William son of Thomas baptised Dec. 27th.

 

1739/40

Jane received 1 shilling Poor Relief. (CWA 1714-1800)

 

1740

William married Mary Hall May 29

 

1741

Margaret daughter of William baptised May 21

 

1741

Margaret daughter of William baptised April 9th.

 

1741/2

Jane received 1 shilling Poor Relief. (CWA 1714-1800)

 

1744

Elizabeth daughter of William baptised July 15th.

 

1746

William received 4d bounty for a foulmart head

 

1746.

Mary daughter of William buried June 8th.

 

1746/7

Mary daughter of William baptised Feb. 19th.

 

1747

William Senior buried April 15th.

 

1747/8

Elizabeth of Stobswood buried Feb. 4th.

 

1748

Jane buried May 9th.

 

1748/9

William son of William baptised Feb. 16th.

 

1751

John son of William of Stobswood baptised April 18th.

 

1753

Jane daughter of William baptised July 1st.

 

1768

Margaret daughter of William buried July 21st.

 

1785

William buried Jan. 7th.

 

1807

Robert of Longhirst, son of John, died 26th buried 28th December, aged 26.

 

 

William married Mary Hall May 29th.

 

1808

Mary had bastard child. 17th March.

 

1816

Mary of Eshotheugh buried Nov. 26th aged 33.

 

1820.

Phillis of Grange Moor buried Oct. 12th aged 62.

 

1833.

Mary allowed 3s/6d per week Poor Relief for this month 12th May 1833.(EP19/28)

 

1834

Mary allowed 2s/6d per week Poor Relief 28th Dec. 1834 (EP19/28)

 

1835

Mary allowed 3 shillings per week Poor Relief 25th March 1834 (EP19/28).

Amos

 

 

 

1881.

Andrew, aged 14, shepherd, visiting John Edminson of Norwoods. Born Alnham. (Census)

Anderson

 

 

 

1619

John's Will and Inventory. His wife Jane. keeps the lease with 3 quey stirks and a mal chest, and a share of the residue. His nephew Hugh takes the lease on after it expires, plus an ox and a cupboard, and a share of the residue. Margaret Anderson gets a bowl and a cupboard. Brother William gets his clothes. Robert Gabion gets a white mare. William gets a table and chair. Robert Smith gets a silver ring. Humphrey Raye gets corn. Inventory totals 25/5/3d with debts totalling 7/1/8d.

 

1709.

Joseph married Mary Dobson July 28th (PR).

 

1724/5

Isabel daughter of Thomas baptised Jan. 10th.

 

1725

Thomas of Cockhills (Cockles) buried June 27th.

 

1735.

Mary married George Smith June 24th.

 

1738/9

Ann daughter of Mary buried March 11th.

 

1739/40

Mary received 4 shillings per week Poor Relief. (CWA 1714-1800)

 

1740/1

Mary received 3 shillings per week Poor Relief. (CWA 1714-1800)

 

1741/2

Mary received 3 shillings per week Poor Relief. (CWA 1714-1800)

 

1742/3

Mary received 2/6d per week Poor Relief. (CWA 1714-1800)

 

1743/4

Mary received 2/6d shillings Poor Relief. (CWA 1714-1800)

 

1745/6

Joseph received 3/6d per week Poor Relief (CWA 1714-1800)

 

1762.

John, husbandman, Stobswood Constabulary.(Militia List).

 

1765.

William son of Thomas of Stobswood buried April 1st.

 

1773.

Elizabeth wife of Thomas of Stobswood buried Jan. 26th.

 

1776.

Elizabeth daughter of Thomas buried April 27th.

 

1795.

William married Ann Marshall 23rd May. (Was this a double wedding? Thomas Marshall married Dorothy Story on the same day). (PR/F/43)

 

1799.

Richard of St. John's, Newcastle, married Mary Reed. 5th May. (PR/F/49).

 

1802/3

Edward and Alice Hall had banns read Dec. and Jan. (PR/F/55)

 

1804.

T. was holder of Bond of Indemnity for Elinor Brimmor's bastard child.(CWA).

 

1808

Nathaniel of Woodhorn married Barbara Marshall 6th June (PR/F/59).

 

1808/9

Paid for Ann Anderson 6 weeks in the Lunatic House 2/8/=. Also paid Mr. Donkin on account of Ann Anderson going to the Lunatic House 2/6/6d. (CWA).

 

1816

Robert buried June 30th aged 28.

 

1819

Jane named as tenant at Ulgham. (CR).

 

1833.

Anne married John Nelson. 29th June. John witnessed. (ROM 1813-34 14/42)

 

1833

Ann's money discontinued 8/9/33, recontinued 1/12/33(EP 19/28)

 

1835

Select Vestry to make agreement with Ann 17/4/1835; Agreed to allow Ann 2/-per week. 25/12/1835, (EP 19/28).

 

1841.

Robert, aged 15, Tailor's apprentice. (Census).

 

 

JAMES, aged 45, farmer. (Census).

 

 

Hannah, wife of James, aged 45. (Census).

 

 

Elizabeth, daughter of James, aged 15. (Census).

 

 

Thomas, son of James, aged 14, (Census).

 

 

Robert, son of James, aged 12. (Census).

 

 

James, son of James, aged 10. (Census).

 

 

William, son of James, aged 7. (Census).

 

 

John, son of James, aged 5. (Census).

 

 

Peter, son of James, aged 2. (Census).

 

 

Margery Lowry Anderson, daughter of James and Hannah, born 9th October (Birth certificate, private communication)

 

1842

James, Ulgham, Farmer. (Appointment of Constables).

 

1846

James, Ulgham, Farmer. (Appointment of Constables).

 

1847

James, Ulgham, Farmer. (Appointment of Constables).

 

1881.

PETER, No.5 Ulgham, Farm labourer aged 61, Born Norham.

 

 

Rachel, wife to Peter Anderson, aged 63, born Carham.

 

 

Margaret, daughter to Peter Anderson, unmarried, aged 20, farm bondager, born Alnwick.

 

 

Robert, son to Peter Anderson, unmarried, aged 18, agric. lab., born Ilderton.

 

 

Elizabeth, granddaughter to Peter Anderson, aged 12, scholar, born Chillingham.

 

1883.

Robert, aged 20, farm servant at Ulgham, son of Peter Anderson, married Jane Engles, March 10th. (PR 1837-1959 31/62)

 

1883.

Margaret, daughter of Peter Anderson, married Ralph Davidson of Ulgham, Oct. 28th. (PR 1837-1959 33/66)

 

1887.

Mr. Anderson named as Manager of Stobswood Co-operative Society. (Bulmer).

 

1887.

Elizabeth,aged 18, daughter of Peter Anderson, agricultural labourer, married William Mole of Hebron Feb. 27th (PR 1837-1959 39/77).

Annett, Annet, Annat, Anit.

 

 

 

1711.

John married Sarah Robinson Nov. 15th.

 

1720.

Anna daughter of William baptised March 23rd.

 

1803.

John witnessed wedding of Henry Laidman and Ann Hall 9th Aug. (PR/F/55)

 

1871.

JOHN, aged 53, Farmer of 499 acres, employing 14 labourers. Born Widdrington. (Census)

 

 

Ann, wife of John, aged 43, farmer's wife, born Benton. (Census)

 

 

John Wilkinson, aged 23, unmarried son to John, born Widdrington. (Census)

 

 

Harry Oswald, aged 14, scholar, son to John, born Widdrington. (Census)

 

 

Jacob W., brother to John, aged 40, farmer of 350 acres employing 12 labourers, born Widdrington. (Census)

 

1887.

Mr. John, Ferneybeds. (Bulmer).

 

1887.

Jacob, Ferneybeds. (Bulmer).

Appleby

 

 

 

1669

John witnessed Ralph Fenwick's oral will.

 

1777

Isabel daughter of William baptised May 11th.

 

1797.

Joseph married Jane Hindmarsh, widow, 4th June. (PR/F./45)

 

1798

Joseph volunteered for the Posse Comitatus (QSB 90/11/30)

 

1822

Ann daughter of Thomas (hind) and Margaret baptised 5th May.

 

1827

Maria daughter of Margaret, single, baptised Feb. 24th.

 

1833.

Mrs. Appleby looking after daughter Margaret's bastard child. 14/5/1833. (EP 19/28)

 

1832/3

Joseph was allowed 10d per day Poor relief 1/4/1833 (EP 19/28)

 

1833/4

Joseph was allowed 10d per day Poor relief 1/4/1834 (EP 19/28)

 

1835

Joseph unable to work. (SVM). Allowed 2/6d per week from this time when off work. 25/1/1835, also 8/3/1835 (EP 19/28)

 

1841.

JOSEPH, head, aged 35. (Census)

 

 

Jane, wife to Joseph, aged 25. (Census)

 

 

William, son to Joseph, aged 3. (Census)

 

 

Joseph, son to Joseph, aged 7 months. (Census)

 

 

Jane, aged 70. (Census)

 

 

Jane, aged 7. (Census)

 

1853.

Mr. Appleby be requested to use his influence to induce Sarah Watson to leave the parish. 27/6/1853. (EP 19/28)

 

1855

William, Farmer, Ulgham House. (Whellan).

 

1865

William, died at Grange House Morpeth on Sept. 12th aged 75 (tombstone).

 

1897

Margaret Ann, widow of Ralph E Fenwick, died June 12th (tombstone).

Albin, Hawbone, Awbon, Albon, Albone.

 

 

 

1609

George's Will.

 

1611

Christopher Albon appointed as something illegible in Thomas Hunter's Will and also owed him 20/6/=