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ULGHAM GENEALOGY

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

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Hagg

 

 

 

1851

John, single, aged 24, born Hebron. Visiting Thomas Chicken at Ulgham Grange. (Census)

Hail

 

 

 

1841

Elonor, aged 35. (Census)

 

 

Margaret, aged 3. (Census)

 

 

Dorothy, aged 3. (Census)

Hailstones

 

 

 

1740

Received out of the weekly rate for Jane Hailstones 1/10/2d.

 

1743

Jane received 2/9d weekly poor relief.

 

 

Jane received 1/7/3d for 49 weeks.

 

1744

Jane's coffin made at parish expense 6/6d.

Hair

 

See Hare

Haliburton

 

 

 

1768

John married Elizabeth Atkin 18th Dec. (PR/F/17)

 

1776

Elizabeth has tobacco bought, clothes and a blistering plaister (CWA 1714-1800).

Hall

 

 

 

1611

John appointed something illegible in Thomas Hunter's will.

 

1619

Edward named as tenant.

 

1624

John had "late" had the Lord's freehold (CR).

 

1637

Andrew witnessed Elizabeth Pace's will.

 

1724

Elizabeth buried Oct. 4th.

 

1740

Mary married William Amery May 29th.

 

1762

Robert, schoolmaster (Militia List).

 

1763

Edward witness to marriage of Robert Purves of Widdrington and Margaret Coward. (PR/F/9)

 

1768

Thomas married Eleanor Rutherford 19th Sept. (PR/F/16, 17).

 

1769

Ann daughter of John of Linton baptised Nov. 5th.

 

1770

Elizabeth daughter of Thomas Baptised march 4th.

 

1772

John married Jane Straker by licence. 7th Dec. (PR/F/20).

 

 

John son of Thomas baptised July 5th.

 

1773

Jane Hall, late Straker, relict of Ralph Straker (Probate 1773 A1).

 

 

Robert son of John baptised June 4th.

 

1775

Thomas son of Thomas baptised July 5th.

 

 

Ann daughter of John baptised Jan. 19th.

 

1777

Thomas buried May 16th.

 

 

William son of John baptised June 26th.

 

 

Elenor daughter of William baptised Dec. 25th.

 

1782

Eleanor, widow, married James Robinson, widower, 7th Jan. (PR/F/30).

 

1786/7

John of Woodhouse is parish Clerk.

 

1788

Edward son of Thomas baptised Dec. 25th.

 

1789

John paid for new pew in the Chapel. (CWA 1714-1800).

 

1791

Dorothy daughter of Thomas baptised May 8th.

 

1792

Elizabeth had bastard child.

 

1793

William Potts of Lesbury ceased payments to Elizabeth for their bastard child.

 

 

John tenant of Norwoods Farm. (Fryer Plan).

 

 

John tenant of Woodhouse Farm (Fryer Plan).

 

 

Thomas holder of Bond of Indemnity for Mary Freeman's bastard child.

 

1797

John son of Thomas and Elizabeth born 2nd June baptised 18th June.

 

1798

Thomas of Ferneybeds volunteered for Posse Comitatus (QSB 90/11/30).

 

 

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

 

 

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

 

1800

John appointed as Chapel Warden.

 

1802

William witnessed wedding of Thomas Straker and Jane Rutherford 17th June. (PR/F/52).

 

 

William witnessed wedding of John Fawcus and Jane Wilson 28th Oct. (PR/F/53).

 

1802/3

Alice and Edward Anderson. Banns read Dec. and Jan. (PR/F/55).

 

1803

Ann married Henry Laidman of Widdrington by Licence 9th Aug. John witnessed. (PR/F/55).

 

 

William witnessed wedding of Matthew Taylor and Jane Smith. 24th Dec. (PR/F/56).

 

1804

John appointed as Chapel Warden.

 

1805

Margaret of Hebburn married John Wilson 25th Nov. William witnessed, (PR/F/57)

 

1806

James of Rothbury married Margaret Marshall 6th Nov. (PR/F/58).

 

1809

William witnessed wedding of Robert Dixon of Morpeth and Susannah Singleton 9th Jan. (PR/F/60).

 

 

Edward witnessed wedding of Christopher Wheallans and Sarah Summers 28th May (PR/F/61).

 

1809/10

John appointed as Chapel Warden

 

1811

Robert and William assessed at 289/10/6d and pay 8/3d towards building Courts of Justice. (CWA).

 

 

James married Margaret Willis 21st May (PR/F/61).

 

 

William appointed Overseer of the Poor.

 

1812

Sarah married George Suthern 28th Nov. Robert witnessed. (PR/F/63).

 

 

Mr. Hall and Mr. Hall's Easter dues are 6 hens each.

 

1814

Jane daughter of William and Ann of Norwoods baptised 17th April.

 

 

William son of Richard, hind, and Margaret baptised 11th June.

 

 

George of Ulgham Grange buried 20th March aged 3 months.

 

1815

Robert appointed Overseer of the Poor.

 

1816

Isabella Hudson Hall, daughter of William of Norwoods, farmer, and Ann baptised 11th Feb.

 

1818

William appointed Overseer of the Poor.

 

 

Ann daughter of William of Norwoods, farmer, and Ann baptised 22nd Feb.

 

 

Jane of Woodhouse buried May 28th.

 

1819

Robert married Ann Hepple 9th Aug. by licence with parental consent (ROM 1813-34 7/19)

 

1820

Jane daughter of Robert of Woodhouse, farmer, and Ann, baptised 13th Jan.

 

 

Margaret daughter of William, farmer, Norwoods, and Ann, baptised 2nd March.

 

1821

Robert appointed Overseer of the Poor.

 

 

Mary daughter of Robert of Woodhouse and Ann baptised 5th April.

 

1822

John son of Robert of Woodhouse and Ann baptised 5th Aug.

 

1823

Mary daughter of William of Norwoods and Ann baptised 30th Nov.

 

1824

Margaret daughter of Robert of Woodhouse baptised 28th March.

 

1826

Robert to employ Thomas Pearson (SVM).

 

 

Elizabeth daughter of William of Norwoods and Ann baptised 30th April.

 

1828

Robert, farmer, Woodhouse. (Parson and White).

 

 

William, farmer at Norwoods. (Parson and White).

 

 

Sarah daughter of William and Ann of Northwoodhouse, farmer, baptised Nov. 23rd.

 

1830

Isabella witnessed wedding of John Hills and Susanna Hedley 17th Oct. (ROM 1813-34 13/38)

 

1832

Joseph married Jane Gallon 14th May. Fenwick witnessed. (ROM 1813-34 13/39)

 

 

William appointed Overseer of the Poor.

 

1841

JOSEPH, aged 45, farmer at East Stobswood. (Census)

 

 

Jane, wife to Joseph, aged 40 (Census)

 

 

Elizabeth, daughter to Joseph, aged 8 (Census)

 

 

Jane, daughter to Joseph, aged 6 (Census)

 

 

George, son to Joseph aged 5, (Census)

 

 

Ann, daughter to Joseph, aged 3 (Census)

 

 

John, son to Joseph, aged 1, (Census)

 

 

THOMAS, aged 75, Ag.lab, Crowden Hills, (Census)

 

 

ROBERT, aged 65, forester (Census)

 

 

Margaret, daughter to Robert? aged 15 (Census)

 

1845

Joseph (Appointment of Constables).

 

1851

MICHAEL, head of house, widowed husbandman, aged 58, born Chillingham (Census)

 

 

Isabella, daughter to Michael, single, aged 25, born Chillingham. (Census)

 

 

Michael, son to Michael, single aged 23, husbandman, born Eglingham, (Census)

 

 

James, son to Michael, single, aged 21, husbandman, born Eglingham (Census)

 

 

Margaret, daughter to Michael, aged 15, scholar, born Embleton (Census)

 

 

JOHN, head of House, married, aged 28, Journeyman joiner, born Ulgham (Census)

 

 

Isabella, wife to John, aged 30, born Widdrington (Census)

 

 

Robert, son to John, aged 7, scholar, born Widdrington (Census)

 

 

William, son to John, aged 3, born Ulgham (Census)

 

 

Thomas, son to John, aged 3 months, born Ulgham. (Census)

 

 

ROBERT, head, widower, aged 77, woodkeeper, born Ulgham (Census)

 

 

Margaret, daughter to Robert, unmarried, aged 27, born Ulgham (Census)

 

 

Thomas Hall, aged 87, retired farmer, born Stannington, father to Robert and Ann Potts, Crowden Hills. (Census)

 

1855

Robert, woodman. (Whellan).

 

1861

ROBERT, widower, aged 88, farmer of Ulgham, born Ulgham. (Census)

 

 

Margaret, daughter to Robert, unmarried aged 30, born Ulgham (Census)

 

 

Thomas, grandson to Robert, aged 10, born Ulgham.

 

1881

ROBERT, coachman at Ulgham Grange, aged 29, born Embleton (Census)

 

 

Elizabeth, wife to Robert, aged 28, born Felton. (Census)

 

 

Jane, daughter to Robert, aged 1 year, born Ulgham (Census)

 

 

William, son to Robert, aged 3 weeks, born Ulgham (Census)

 

 

Margaret, wife of William and daughter of Robert & Ann Hogg of Widdrington Colliery, died Jan. 19th aged 20. (tombstone)

 

 

Elizabeth Ann, daughter of Margaret & William, died Jan. 19th aged 4 months. Interred at Widdrington. (tombstone)

 

1888

John, son of William, died Feb. 3rd aged 36. Interred at Widdrington. (tombstone)

 

1892

Thomasion, aged 19, of Ulgham, daughter of William, hind, married John Campbell of Ashington Colliery, May 7th.

 

1914/18

Pte. J.W. Hall killed. (War Memorial).

Halliwell

 

 

 

1770?

Jane married William Ambrey 28th June (PR/F/19).

Hann, Hand.

 

 

 

1758

For removing Henry Hann and his family to Prendick 13/- (CWA 1714-1800)

 

1759

Henry son of Henry buried 6th Nov.

 

1762

Henry Hann witnessed wedding of George Hymers and Eleanor Wilson 13th April (PR/F/9).

 

1765

William Hann and Jane Livison of Morpeth. Banns read July/Aug. (PR/F/14).

 

 

Henry son of William born. (Register of Dissenters)

 

1767

John son of John Hann baptised July 30th.

 

 

John married Ann Pringle 1st Jan. (PR/F/14).

 

1768

James son of William Hann born July 18th. (Register of Dissenters)

 

1771

Jane daughter of William Hann born June 12th. (Register of Dissenters)

 

1772

Thomas son of John Hann baptised Jan. 19th.

 

1773

Elizabeth daughter of Henry Hand buried Dec. 26th.

 

1774

Ann wife of John Hann of Bedlington buried June 15th.

 

 

Elizabeth daughter of William Hann born 13th July. (Register of Dissenters)

 

1775

Henry Hand received 1/6 weekly poor relief.

 

1776

Jane daughter of Henry Hann buried Feb. 3rd.

 

1777

William son of William Hann born 18th March (Register of Dissenters)

 

1780

Henry Hann buried 21st April (EP 19/5)

 

1781

John son of William Hann born 19th Dec. (Register of Dissenters)

 

1782

John son of William Hann buried Jan. 16th.

 

 

Susanna daughter of William Hann born at Whinae Hill at Stannington 8th Dec. (Register of Dissenters)

 

1786/7

Henry Hann's clothes bought 2/13/8d.

 

1787/8

Henry Hann's clothes bought.

 

1791

Mary Hann, widow, buried Nov. 20th. Poor.

 

1798

William Hann volunteered for Posse Comitatus (QSB 90/11/30).

 

1807/8

John Hann sends three letters to Ulgham and Churchwardens pay 1/5d postage.

 

1808/9

John Hann send 6 letters to Ulgham and Churchwarden's pay 2/9d postage.

 

1810

Jane Hann, wife of William, died 27th and buried 29th March.

 

1822

Henry Hann and his five children to be removed from Glanton to Ulgham. (Sessions Order Books Vol.19 1819-22 p.606)

 

 

Application made for a school room for Henry Hand and have the table removed that belongs to the parish to his school.(SVM 31st Oct. )

 

1822-30

Overseers to appeal against Hands removal. (SVM).

 

1828

Henry Hand, schoolmaster (Parson and White).

 

1841

HENRY Hann aged 75 schoolmaster (Census).

 

 

Jane, aged 20. (Census).

 

1846

Jane Hann, of Ulgham daughter of Henry Hann, schoolmaster, married Daniel Fenwick, 23rd May (PR 1837-1959 9/17).

Handyside

 

 

 

1769

Ann widow, buried April 24th.

 

1782

William son of William baptised Dec. 29th.

 

1793

William buried Feb. 27th.

 

1795

Removal order for Margaret to Longhorsley.

 

1798

Thomas Handayside of Ferneybeds volunteered for Posse Comitatus (QSB 90/11/30)

 

 

William Handayside of Ferneybeds volunteered for Posse Comitatus (QSB 90/11/30)

 

1813

Margaret of Thirston Newhouse buried 10th Feb. aged 87.

 

1828

John of Amble buried Aug. 13th aged 24.

 

1841

John, aged 20, male servant at Ulgham, residing with Francis Fenwick. (Census)

Hangett

 

 

 

1642

John the son of Robert, gentleman, and Isabell his wife baptised Oct. P.R.

Hannah

 

 

 

1835

Agreed to allow widow Hannah 3s per week from this time. 25th Sept. (EP 19/28).

Harbertson, Harbison

 

 See also Harkerson.

 

1861

William, unmarried servant at Ulgham Grange, aged 14, cartman, born Northumberland. (Census).

Harbottle

 

 

 

1729

John of Chevington buried April 19th.

 

1740

Dorothy received 1/- per week poor relief. (CWA 1714-1800).

 

1742

Dorothy received 1/- per week poor relief. (CWA 1714-1800).

 

1746

Dorothy received 4/= for looking to John White and Jane Turner (possibly laying them out) (CWA 1714-1800).

Harcus, Harcas, Harkas, Harkis.

 

 

 

1619

Thomas is tenant at Stobswood and served as juror (CR)

 

 

John is tenant and sworn man for Stobswood. (CR)

 

1623

John is tenant at Stobswood.

 

1631

William, yeoman, leases messuage and tenement at Stobswood 15th Oct. (HN 44/3)

 

1671

George? of Stobswood buried Nov. 1765 (PR).

 

1691

Thomas is appointed Chapel Warden.

 

1695

Lease to Thomas of Stobswood, gentleman, messuage in Stobswood. 2nd April (HN 44/56).

 

1696

Thomas is named as tenant in Stobswood (MCR).

 

1698

Thomas is named as tenant in Stobswood (MCR).

 

1699

? son of Thomas buried April 15th (PR)

 

1700

Mary daughter of Thomas baptised Jan. 14th (PR).

 

1701

Thomas is appointed Constable at Stobswood (CWA).

 

1706

Thomas appointed Chapel Warden (CWA).

 

1710

Lease to Thomas Harkas of Stobswood, yeoman, messuage in Stobswood, 1st June. (HN 44/62)

 

1715

Thomas named as tenant in Stobswood.

 

1716

William son of Thomas baptised March 30th.

 

 

Thomas married Mary Brown May 22nd.

 

1717

Ann married John Cardwell Sept. 3rd.

 

1718

Edward son of Thomas baptised Feb. 10th.

 

1720

George son of Thomas baptised Sept. ?

 

1721

Thomas appointed Chapel Warden.

 

1723

John? son of George baptised Feb. 28th.

 

1724

Mary daughter of Thomas baptised April 16th.

 

1725

William and Alice, son and daughter of George of Stobswood, baptised Jan. 6th.

 

 

Mary daughter of Thomas buried March 27th.

 

 

Jane married Philip Morton Oct. 21st

 

1727

Anne daughter of Thomas baptised May 7th.

 

1727/8

George son of George baptised Feb. 15th.

 

1728

Mary married William Scott May 28th.

 

1729

Joseph son of Thomas baptised March 30th.

 

 

Mary daughter of George of Stobswood baptised Dec. 27th.

 

1732

Mary daughter of George buried Oct. 12th.

 

1733

Alice daughter of George buried May 1st.

 

1734

Ann and Elizabeth, daughters of George, baptised July 7th.

 

 

Elizabeth daughter of George buried Oct. 31st.

 

1736

George of the Forest buried Oct. 5th.

 

1737

Thomas rents Glebe lands in Stobswood. (EP/28/62)

 

1742/3

Mary of Forrest in parish of Hebburn buried Feb. 25th.

 

1743

Thomas of Stobswood buried April 10th.

 

1748

Ann buried Dec. 5th.

 

1751

Barbara of Stobswood buried May 21st.

 

1754

Thomas received poor relief. (CWA 1714-1800)

 

1755

Thomas, bachelor, married Elizabeth Wilkinson 8th June (PR/F/1).

 

 

Thomas received poor relief. (CWA 1714-1800)

 

 

Robert son of William baptised June 29th.

 

1756

Thomas received poor relief. (CWA 1714-1800)

 

 

Margaret daughter of Thomas of Stobswood baptised May 23rd.

 

1757

Thomas received poor relief. (CWA 1714-1800)

 

1759

Thomas son of Thomas baptised March 18th.

 

1761

Thomas of Stobswood buried Nov. 26th.

 

 

Elizabeth daughter of Thomas baptised Oct. 18th.

 

1762

Ann daughter of George buried March 8th.

 

1765

Elizabeth Harkis and Jacob Heslop. Banns read March/April. Married May. (PR/F/11 and 12).

 

1767

George of Stobswood buried June 4th.

Harde

 

 

 

1710

Jane married John Carns July 20th (PR).

Hare, Hair

 

see also Heir

 

1720

John Memo April ye 19th 1720. That the fourth (of the seats that were built behind the close pews) belongs to John Hair and Allan Coward . . . they all being built att their charges (CWA)

 

1721

John married Jane Thompson June 12th?

 

1722

Isabell daughter of John baptised May 24th.

 

1724

John appointed as Chapel Warden

 

1727

Isabel daughter of John buried Sept. 13th.

 

1728/9

John appointed as Chapel warden

 

1730

Elizabeth daughter of William baptised Dec. 17th.

 

1730/1

Elizabeth daughter of William buried Feb. 4th.

 

1737

John farms land leased Henry Watson/Alice Coward, and has two butts in the West Wood. EP 28/62.

 

1743

John Hare rec'd 1/- for a fox head

 

1748

Jane buried May 5th.

 

1767

John buried Oct. 16th.

 

1828

Robert, farmer, Stobswood (Parson and White).

 

1840

George, husbandman of Middle Stobswood (father illegible) married Jane Bell of Morpeth May 6th (PR 1837-1959 4/7)

 

1841

GEORGE, aged 25, Ag.lab. (Census)

 

 

Jane, wife to George, aged 20 (Census)

 

1861

GEORGE, Head of house, aged 47, Far, steward at West Stobswood. Born Ulgham (Census)

 

 

Jane, wife to George, aged 41, born Corbridge (Census)

 

 

Robert, son to George, unmarried, aged 15, Ag.Lab, born Woodhorn (Census)

 

 

Margaret, daughter to George, aged 13, born Woodhorn. (Census)

 

 

Jane, daughter to George, aged 11, born Woodhorn. (Census)

 

 

John, son to George, aged 1, born Ulgham (Census)

 

1871

GEORGE, Head of house, aged 55, husbandman at West Stobswood, born England (Census)

 

 

Jane, wife to George, aged 52, born England. (Census)

 

 

Robert, son to George, unmarried, aged 26, platelayer, born England. (Census)

 

 

Jane, daughter to George, aged 20, unmarried, born England. (Census)

 

 

John, son to George, aged 12, scholar, born England (Census)

 

 

Jane Ann, daughter to George, aged 4, born England. (Census)

 

 

Elizabeth, daughter to George, aged 2, born England. (Census)

 

 

George Robert, son to George, aged 11 months, (Census)

Harkas

 

See Harcus

Harker, Herker

 

 

 

1610

Edward's Will. His son John gets retention of leases etc., plus 1 mare 2 oxen 1 cow and 1 black quey. His wife Jane get 2 ox and 2 kine. His elder daughter gets a quey. His younger daughter gets a quey stirk. His wife and son are Executors. Witnesses to the will are Thomas Talyor (sic), Christopher Robinson, George Lawson and Randell Rashell, curate. His inventory totals 26/10/10d including one old sword 2/6d. (DRO T.Inv.)

 

1626

Thomas named as Aletaster.

 

1655

George the son of Thomas of Stobswood baptised.

Harkerson

 

Note: there is reason to suppose that these might be the same as Harbertson, Harbison, following correspondence.

 

1851

DAVID, Head of house, aged 51, hind, born Wooler. (Census)

 

 

Mary, wife to David, aged 43, born Bamburgh. (Census)

 

 

Mary, daughter to David, aged 16, single, born Alnwick. (Census)

 

 

David, son to David, aged 13, scholar, born Alnwick. (Census)

 

 

Ellen, daughter to David, aged 11, scholar, born Warkworth. (Census)

 

 

John, son to David, aged 8, scholar, born Felton. (Census)

 

 

Catharine, daughter to David, aged 5, born Hebron (Census)

 

 

William, son to David, aged 2, born Ulgham. (Census)

 

 

Elizabeth, (Visitor) aged 81, born Ulgham. (Census)

Harkis

 

See Harcus

Harper

 

 

 

1768

John Harper witnessed wedding of George Summers of Warkworth and Isabel Farny 20th May (PR/F/16).

Harrison

 

 

 

1830

Mary Harrison married Samuel Smith 5th May (ROM 1813-34 13/37)

 

1841

Elizabeth, aged 20, female servant at Ferneybeds. Lived with Dunn. (Census)

 

1914/18

Sgt. A. Harrison killed (War Memorial).

Hart

 

 

 

1851

Dorothy, unmarried, aged 13. Servant to John and Margaret Bell. Born Gosforth. (Census)

Hawey

 

 

 

1861

James, unmarried, blacksmith aged 15 at Anvil Inn, born Ulgham. (Census)

Hay

 

 

 

1756

John son of Adam of Druridge baptised Dec. 19th.

 

1764

Isable daughter of Adam baptised Oct. 14th.

 

1774

Mr. Hay was paid 3/12/- for timber for chapel repairs.

 

1783

William of North Shields married Ann Johnson 17th Nov. (PR/F/32)

Hearom

 

 

 

1623

Lyonell cousin of Edward of Ulgham. (Will of Edward, gent.)

 

 

Robert cousin of Edward of Ulgham. (Will of Edward, gent.)

Hearon

 

See Heron

Heaton

 

 

 

1725

Roger supposed son of Roger buried Nov. 29th.

Hedley

 

 

 

1664

Jane daughter of Thomas baptised 20th Nov. (PR)

 

1664

Thomas to poor to pay hearth tax.

 

1667

Hastor daughter of Thomas baptised 5th May. (PR)

 

1669

Thomas son of Thomas baptised 20th May (PR)

 

1708

Ann stole hay from High Dean, Cold Park and Beany Hivers in Ulgham (QSB).

 

1737

John of Corsenside married Mary Coward Sept. 25th.

 

1749/50

Margaret married John Coward Jan. 5th.

 

1768

George witnessed marriage of John Halliburton and Elizabeth Atkin (PR/F/17)

 

1820

Dr. Hedley visited Mary Watson and charged 10/-.

 

1830

Susanna married John Hills. Isabelle witnessed. (ROM 1813-34 13/38)

 

1841

Sarah, aged 12, female servant at Ulgham Cockles. (Census)

Heir

 

see also Hare

 

1885

George, husband of Jane, died at Stobswood on Feb. 19th aged 71. (tombstone)

 

1900

Jane, wife of George, died at Houndalee on Jan. 5th aged 80. (tombstone)

Henderside

 

 

 

1801

Thomas married Elizabeth Singleton 4th Nov. (PR/F/51)

 

1802

Jane married Thomas Keeny 10th Nov. Thomas witnessed. (PR/F/54).

Henderson

 

 

 

1635

Anthony owed 8 to Edward Porter's estate.

 

1696

Henry (nauta - sailor?) married Janet Lawson (Widow) March 17th. (PR)

 

1713

Jane daughter Frances? baptised Oct. 15th (PR).

 

1714

Margaret daughter of Francis baptised Feb. 24th.

 

1780

Elizabeth buried Jan. 23rd.

 

1798

John of Ulgham Grange volunteered for Posse Comitatus (QSB 90/11/30)

 

1861

Andrew, unmarried, cartman, aged 19, at Ferneybeds Farmhouse. Born Scotland. (Census)

 

 

ALEXANDER, Ag.Lab. aged 67 in Ulgham Village. Born Wooler. (Census)

 

 

Ann, wife to Alexander, aged 71, born Lowick. (Census)

Hendry

 

 

 

1871

WILLIAM, Head, farm labourer at Ulgham Grange, aged 63, born Spinlinson (Spindlestone) Northumberland (Census)

 

 

Margaret, wife to William, aged 53, born Sandilands. (Census)

 

 

Jane, daughter to William, aged 23, unmarried, born Hepple. (Census)

 

 

John, son to William, aged 18, farm labourer, born Spittle hill. (Census)

 

 

Margaret, daughter to William, aged 12, scholar, born Mitford Steads. (Census)

 

 

William, grandson to William, aged 1, born North Steads. (Census)

Hennier?

 

 

 

1851

JOSEPH (Head) aged 24, tailor, born Morpeth (Census)

 

 

Mary, wife to Joseph, aged 23, born Heddon on the Wall.

 

 

Alexander, son to Joseph, aged 1, born Ulgham. (Census)

Hennison

 

 

 

1843

Elizabeth, daughter of Ralph, miner of Ulgham Cockles, married John Stordy, April 6th (PR 1837-1959 6/12)

Hephinson

 

 

 

1750

Robert buried May 20th.

Hepple

 

 

 

1819

Ann married Robert Hall 9th Aug. by licence with parental consent. (ROM 1813-34 7/19)

 

1820

Mariah, daughter of Sarah, baptised 24th Dec.

 

1849

Caroline Amelia of Newcastle, daughter of Joseph, married James Maddison. March 4th. Emma witnessed. (PR 1837-1959 12/24)

Henry

 

 

 

1881

THOMAS, head, aged 49, Ag.Lab at Ulgham Park, born Wooler. (Census)

 

 

Ann, wife to T.H., aged 48, born Boinent Hill. (Census)

 

 

Robert, son to T.H., aged 23, Ag.lab, born Grinald Walls. (Census)

 

 

James, son to T.H. aged 20, Ag.lab, born Grinald Walls. (Census)

 

 

Margaret, daughter to T.H., aged 19, bondager, born Ancroft. (Census)

 

 

Isabella, daughter to T.H. aged 16, bondager, born Chester Hill (Census)

 

 

Mary Ann, daughter to T.H., aged 14, born Chester Hill (Census)

 

 

Susan, daughter to T.H., aged 12, scholar, born Chester Hill (Census)

 

 

David S., son to T.H., aged 10, scholar, born Chillingham. (Census)

 

 

Elizabeth, daughter to T.H., aged 8, scholar, born Whittingham (Census)

 

1890

Susan, aged 22, daughter of Thomas Henry, Ag.lab, married John Strangeways of Dunstan.

Herbertson

 

 

 

1877

Mary, wife of David, died on Dec. 12th aged 71. (tombstone)

 

1879

David, husband of Mary, died on Oct. 29th aged 80. (tombstone)

Herdman

 

 

 

1937

Matthew, husband of Mary Ellen, died Ulgham Grange Villa May 3rd. (Tombstone).

 

1963

Mary Ellen died 20th Oct. (Tombstone).

Herdying (Harding?)

 

 

 

1535

Robert is tenant at Ulgham and paid 12s farm of one tenement (Northumberland County History Vol.VII 1535-6)

Heron, Herron, Hearon.

 

 

 

1619/53

Gawan accused of casting turffes within the march.

 

 

Gawan and his wife were sued for slander.

 

1669

Thomas son of Thomas baptised 14th Nov. (PR)

 

1703

Thomas married Isabell Alba June 10th (PR).

 

1708

Robert son of Thomas baptised July 29th (PR).

 

1712

This information of Thomas Anguis of Hay Close in ye County aforesd. Carpenter taken on Oath 5th day of September. Thomas Anguis declares that William Brown is wrong in stating that Christopher Heron took 30 worth of wood from Ulgham Woods. He took no more than 5 and he should know because he lives with him. (Quarter sessions).

 

1767

James buried Aug. 8th.

 

1781

Thomas son of Margaret buried Feb. 9th.

 

1781

To Mr. Heron the Attorney his fee in the Militia Affair 1/1/- (CWA)

 

1782

Elizabeth had bastard child.

 

1782

Order for Elizabeth to be removed to Ogle. 2nd Jan.

Heslop

 

 

 

1764

Jacob and Elizabeth Harkis, banns published March/April. Entry deleted. (PR/F/11 and 12)

 

1765

Jacob married Elizabeth Harkis 4th May (PR/F/11 and 12).

 

1766

Isable daughter of Jacob baptised May 18th.

 

1904

Christopher, school teacher, 1st Feb. 1904 to 6th June 1921. (School Log).

 

1914/18

Cpt. J. Heslop killed. (War Memorial).

Hewison

 

 

 

1776

Isabel daughter of John buried Oct. 15th.

Hewitt

 

 

 

1747

George son of George baptised April 30th.

 

1794

Joan had bastard child. (Person bound Andrew Crother).

 

1795

Andrew illegitimate son of Joan and Andrew Crother born 26th Feb. and baptised the same day.

 

1797

Robert illegitimate son of Joan and Thomas Forster baptised 20th Feb.

 

1801

Joan had bastard child. 15th Jan. Persons bound: Snowden, Brewis and another.

 

1808

Bolam paid for Joan's lodging 4 weeks 6/-. (CWA).

 

 

Joseph illegitimate son of Joan born 25th Jan. baptised 31st Jan.

 

 

Jas. Philip a day taking J. Hewitt to Framlington 5/-

 

 

Bolam for Joan Hewitt by order of the Vestry 4/-

 

 

Weekly payments : Joan received 10 weeks at 4/6d: 2/5/- and 8 weeks at 2/-: 16/-.

 

1811

Joan eloped and was married at Coldstream to Robert Sproat of Rothbury. (CWA).

Hills

 

 

 

1712/3

Margaret married John Wait Jan. 8th.

 

1830

John married Susanna Hedley 17th Oct. (ROM 1813-34 13/38)

Hindhaugh

 

 

 

1871

Esther, mother-in-law to William Wilkinson at Ulgham Grange, aged 53. Dressmaker. Born Rothbury. Unmarried. (Census).

Hindmarsh

 

 

 

1764

George son of George baptised July 5th.

 

1766

William son of George baptised Feb. 11th.

 

1768

Eleanor daughter of George baptised July 5th.

 

 

George witnessed wedding of Thomas Smith and Barbara Carr 5th Sept. (PR/F/17)

 

1771

Henry son of George baptised July 5th.

 

1772

Elenor daughter of George buried Jan. 28th.

 

1774

Jane, widow, buried Nov. 13th.

 

 

John son of George baptised March 6th.

 

1775

Elenor wife of George buried July 2nd.

 

1781

George, widower, married Mary James Oct. ? (PR/F/29)

 

1786

George son of George buried Nov. 12th.

 

1789

Elizabeth daughter of John buried Aug. 30th.

 

1790

Mary wife of George buried Dec. 23rd.

 

1791

Margaret daughter of William baptised Dec. 18th.

 

 

William married Jane Carr 6th Feb. John witnessed. (PR/F/39)

 

1792

George buried Jan. 17th.

 

 

William buried April 1st. Poor.

 

1793

Margaret daughter of Jane buried April 10th.

 

1797

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

 

1861

M.A. Hindmarsh, unmarried female servant, aged 23, at Ulgham Grange, born Northumberland. (Census).

 

1889

Jane, wife of John, died at Stobswood Colliery on Jan. 12th aged 28. (tombstone)

 

1891

John, aged 36, miner of Stobswood Colliery, son of William, engineman, married Catherine Dixon Lee, Oct. 4th.

 

1925

Mr. J.W. Hindmarsh rented Glebe Cottage for 10 p.a. (ZSA 26/199).

Hird, Hirds

 

 

 

1721

Mary daughter of William baptised Dec. 9th.

 

1724

Anna daughter of William baptised Oct. 15th.

Hobson

 

 

 

1855

Rev. W.A. Hobson, M.A., married Elizabeth Augusta Errington of Mitford 5th July (Morpeth Herald).

Hodge

 

 

 

1711

Hannah daughter of William Hodge baptised June 17th.

 

1713/4

Moses son of William buried Feb. 10th (PR).

Hodgson

 

 

 

1609

William servant to Ralph? Milbourne of Ulgham Grange buried Feb.

Hogarth

 

 

 

1889

Mary, aged 30, daughter of John, miner of Ferneybeds, married James Morton.

Hogg

 

 

 

1798

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

 

1801

John Hogg and Margaret Blackbrough of Alnwick. Banns read May. (PR/F/50)

 

1819

Jane daughter of Robert, hind, and Jane, baptised 17th Oct.

 

1822

Mary, daughter of Thomas, hind, and Isabella, baptised 15th Sept.

 

1851

Edward, aged 17, single, farm labourer at Crowden Hills, born Kirkharle. (Census).

 

1871

CHARLES TINDALL HOGG, nephew to Tindale at Ulgham Grange. Apprentice aged 16, born England. (Census)

 

 

GEORGE, Head of house, Ag.lab, aged 37 at Crowden Hills, born Acklington (Census)

 

 

Jane, wife to George, aged 34, born Old Bewick (Census)

 

 

William James, son to George, aged 14, born Staindrop. (Census)

 

 

John, son to George, aged 12, born Staindrop (Census)

 

 

Eleanor, daughter to George, aged 7, scholar, born Glanton (Census)

 

 

George Alexander, son to George, aged 5, born Whittingham Lane (Census)

 

 

Robert, son to George, aged 2, born Crowden Hills.

 

 

Margaret Ann, daughter to George, aged 5 months, born Crowden Hills.

Hoggart, Hoggett, Hoggit.

 

 

 

1742/3

William of Ulgham Cockles buried January 6

 

1743

John of Ulgham Park buried May 21st.

Holmes, Homes

 

 

 

1730

Alice daughter of Thomas baptised June 30th.

 

1737

Ralph of Cramlington married Catherine Wheeler May 10th.

Hood

 

 

 

1725

John son of Florance baptised July 8th.

 

1727

Anne daughter of Florance baptised April 27th.

 

1729

Elizabeth daughter of Florance baptised Oct. 9th.

 

1767

Robert of Howick married Margaret Steal 1st march (PR/F/15).

 

1881

JOHN, head, aged 66, former farm servant at Ulgham Grange, born Kirknewton (Census)

 

 

Isabelle, wife to John, aged 55, born Ancroft. (Census)

 

 

William A., son to John, aged 25, Ag.lab., born Holy Island. (Census)

 

 

Adam, son to John, aged 22, Ag.lab., born Carham (Census)

 

 

Thomas, son to John, aged 20, Ag.lab, born Bamburgh (Census)

 

 

James, son to John, aged 16, Ag.lab, born Bamburgh (Census)

Hope

 

 

 

1799

James witnessed wedding of Robert Anderson and Mary Reed 5th May (PR/F/49)

 

1887

Susannah, aged 19, of Widdrington, daughter of William, miner, married Joseph Thomas Wood of Ulgham Grange Colliery Aug. 18th. (PR 1837-1959 41/81)

Hornsby

 

 

 

1731

Mary married William Kirk June 8th.

Horsley

 

 

 

1709

Margaret daughter of William Horsley baptised June 19th (PR).

Houlison

 

 

 

1861

ROBERT, head of house, Ag.lab., aged 28, cottage in Ulgham, born Scotland. (Census)

 

 

Catherine, wife to Robert, aged 27, born Durham. (Census)

 

 

Robert, son to Robert, aged 4, born Longhorsley (Census)

 

 

William, son of Robert, aged 2, born Bolton. (Census)

 

 

Charlet, daughter of Robert, aged 1, born Bothal. (Census)

Howard

 

 

 

1829

Susannah married John Bell 23rd May (ROM 1813-34 12/35)

Howbie

 

 

 

1601

Thomas was granted mines at Ulgham Grange and had a mine on Coquet Island. (Hodgson).

Howet

 

 

 

1841

ELIZABETH, aged 45 (Census)

 

 

Jane, aged 20 (Census)

 

 

Hugh, aged 15 (Census)

 

 

Elizabeth aged 11. (Census)

Howey, Howie

 

 

 

1871

ANDREW, aged 70, Ag.lab at Ulgham Park. Born Old Heaton (Census)

 

 

Hannah, wife to Andrew, aged 64, born Broddrock? (Census)

 

 

Mary Ann, daughter to Andrew, aged 34, unmarried, born Dunson Hill. (Census)

 

 

Hannah, daughter to Andrew, aged 23, unmarried, born Ethol Brocks (Census)

 

 

Mary Jane, granddaughter to Andrew, aged 10, scholar, born Well Hill (Census)

 

 

Andrew James, grandson to Andrew, aged 2, born Cambois. (Census)

Hounam, Hownam.

 

 See also Whinham.

 

1726

Robert son of Charles baptised April 11th.

 

1750

Anne daughter of Robert Whinham of Moorhouse in Chappelry of Widdrington baptised Nov. 9th.

 

1751

Robert son of Robert baptised Dec. 1st.

 

1754

Mary daughter of Robert of Widdrington baptised Aug. 4th.

 

1757

Charles son of Robert baptised May 15th.

 

1760

Anne daughter of Robert Whinham of Moorhouse (Widdrington) baptised 9th Nov.

Hownrin

 

 

 

1724

Thomas married Mary Stevenson April 16th.

Hudson, Hutson, Huttson

 

 

 

1605

Janeta, widow, buried 3rd (?May).

 

1611

John owed Thomas Hunter 3/-.

 

1619/53

Edward

 

1666

Isabel, daughter of ? baptised ? (PR)

 

1694

Arthur apprised George Lawson of Stobswood's Inventory.

 

1695

Lease to Richard of Ulgham, yeoman, messuage in Ulgham, 2nd April (HN 44/16)

 

1696

Robert is tenant in Ulgham (MCR).

 

1698

Ruth is tenant (MCR).

 

1701

Arthur appointed as Chapel Warden. (CWA)

 

1702

Arthur of Ulgham buried July 28th (PR).

 

1704

Ruth's Executors are named as Tenants (MCR)

 

1746

James married Anne Robinson July 30th.

 

1748

John son of Gilbert buried May 7th.

 

1761

James witnessed wedding of Robert Embleton and Sarah Robinson 14th June (PR/F/8).

 

1762

George, husbandman. (Militia List).

 

1762

John, husbandman, Stobswood Constablery (Militia List).

 

1765

George married Jane Rennison 27th May (PR/F/13).

 

1766

Ann daughter of George baptised Sept. 2nd.

 

1768

Mary daughter of George baptised Oct. 2nd.

 

1769

Ann died 3rd May aged 2 years. (Tombstone. Register says Ann, daughter of George, buried 4th May).

 

1770

George son of George baptised Sept. 9th.

 

1772

Thomas son of George baptised Sept. 27th.

 

1774

Robert son of George baptised Nov. 13th.

 

1777

Anne daughter of George baptised July 5th.

 

1781

Jane daughter of George baptised Dec. 26th.

 

1782

Thomas witnessed marriage of Martin Coward and Catherine Sample 7th Dec. (PR/F/30)

 

1785

Eleanor daughter of George baptised Jan. 2nd.

 

1788

Jane married James Mitchinson of Widdrington 26th May (PR/F/37).

 

1792

Robert son of George buried Dec. 30th.

 

1793

Robert, son of George, died 27th Dec. aged 18.

 

1798

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

 

1799

George, joiner, was ballotted for Old Militia and was paid 5. (CWA)

 

1806

William witnessed wedding of Thomas Gallon and Ann Nicholson,

 

1808

Hugh is holder of Bond of Indemnity for Mary Amery's bastard child.

 

1811

George witnessed wedding of James Hall and Margaret Willis 21st May. (PR/F/61).

 

 

George, husbandman, died 25th buried 27th Dec. aged 94.

 

 

George died 23rd Dec. aged 96 (tombstone).

 

1813

George witnessed wedding of Joseph Willis and Isabella Carr 21st Nov. (ROM 1813-34 1/1)

 

1824

George was paid 1/6d for removing Henry Hann's furniture.

 

1826

Jane wife of George died 25th buried Oct. 28th aged 86.

 

1828

George, Cartwright and Joiner (Parson and White).

 

1839

George son of George died 2nd Aug. aged 69.

 

1851

Robert, single, aged 19, born Warkworth, visiting Thomas Chicken at Ulgham Grange (Census).

 

1859

George, son of George, died on 2nd August aged 69 (tombstone).

Hudspith

 

 

 

1786

William of Ponteland married Isabel Robson 1st Dec. (PR/F/35).

 

1787

Isabel removal order to Mitford 5th Sept.

 

1787

William posthumous son of William baptised Oct. 21st.

 

1791

Isable, widow, married Cuthbert Winship, widower, Aug. 18th. (PR/F/40)

 

1803

John Hudspeth and Mary Purvis of Ponteland. Banns read March. (PR/F/55).

 

1816

Aaron son of John, labourer, and Mary baptised 23rd Nov.

Huips

 

 

 

1735

Paid Mr. Huips for teaching Isable Brodricks daughter half year 4/-.

 

1736

James married Anne Ellison Dec. 31st.

 

1737/8

Elizabeth daughter of James baptised Jan. 26th.

 

 

Elizabeth daughter of James buried March 23rd.

Humble

 

 

 

1610

Ralph owed James Steele's estate for various goods.

 

1750

Jane daughter of William baptised March 17th.

 

1762

Thomas, hind Ulgham Grange Constablery (Militia List)

 

1791

Ann had bastard child.

Hume

 

 

 

1772

James of Longhorsley married Mary Potts 27th July (PR/F/19)

Humphrey, Humphray, Umfray, Umphray

 

 

 

1664

Robert not taxable for hearths.

 

1672

Margery Umphray daughter of ? baptised 8th April (PR).

 

1731

Joseph married Anne Fenwick June 3rd.

Hungate

 

 

 

1705

John married Mary Craster Oct. 16th (PR).

Hunter

 

 

 

1611

Thomas buried

 

1611

Thomas Hunter's Will. His eldest son Thomas gets rights to land at Tindale (Tynedale?) and Ulgham, and 2 oxen named Rowlet and Duke. His wife Jane is maister of the farm at Ulgham till death. His son Rayph gets one red quey. His son Clement gets one brown quey. His son Oswald gets one other brown quey. His eldest daughter Jane gets one longhorned branded cowe. His daughter Margaret gets one crumble headed red cowe. His daughter Barbara gets one red whitesided cowe. The executors are his welbeloved and trysty friends Andrew Hunter, John Hall, Oswald Walker, Christopher Albon. The Will was witnessed by Oswald Gray, Christopher Robinson, Lewis Bilton and John Robinson. The Inventory of the estate amounted to 28/17/6d, plus debts due to him of 8/14/6d, less debts owed by him of 1/0/4d, which comes to 36/12/-. (DRO T.Inv).

 

1614

Thomas witnessed John Robinson's Will.

 

1616

Thomas son of Thomas baptised March ?

 

1619

Edward son of Thomas baptised 29th Aug.

 

1619

Thomas is tenant and juror. He was accused of making a fraye upon William Rea; putting his cattle to pasture too early, and swore at the sworn man. He was involved in a law suit against Ralph Milburn of Eshott. He owed money to Edward Robinson.

 

1622

Thomas witnessed John Lawson's Will.

 

1623

Thomas named as sworn man and acted as Juror at Court Baron, and was accused of having a swine unringed (CR).

 

1625

Thomas named as Aletaster.

 

1643

Elizabeth daughter of Thomas and Alice his wife died. (PR)

 

1655

Thomas buried.

 

1667

Ann married George Wright 27th June (PR)

 

1690

Lancelot appointed Chapel Warden

 

1691

Lancelot appointed Chapel Warden

 

1692

Gratia daughter of Lancelot baptised 8th Sept (PR).

 

1698

Lancelot appointed Constable (MCR).

 

1701

Andrew (?Hunter) married Elizabeth Steward July 1st (PR).

 

1703

Lancelot appointed as Chapel Warden (CWA).

 

1704

Lancelot appointed as Chapel Warden (CWA).

 

1717

Grace married James Gibson June 18th.

 

1718

Lancelot appointed Chapel Warden.

 

1719

Lancelot taught widdow Garrett's daughter at parish expense.

 

1719

Lancelot served as Chapelwarden for Alice Coward

 

1723

Lancelot appointed as Chapel warden serving for Embleton's farm at Stobswood.

 

1726

Lancelot buried April 11th.

 

1744

Edward married Margaret Fenwick May 2nd.

 

1744

John son of Edward baptised Nov. 8th.

 

1746

Jane daughter of Edward baptised July 17th

 

1749

William Hunter and James Marshall mended the bridge. William also took drugs when ill at parish expense.

 

1750

Ralph son of Edward baptised Sept. 30th.

 

1772

Samuel son of Thomas buried May 20th.

 

1774

Ann daughter of Thomas baptised March 20th.

 

1774

Ann daughter of Thomas buried April 12th.

 

1783

William son of George baptised July 6th.

 

1817

Ann married Thomas Potts with parental consent 24th May (ROM 1813-34 4/11)

 

1841

Ann, aged 20, female servant at Ulgham Fence, lived with Brewis family. Born outside Northumberland. (Census)

 

1928

William, husband of Mary Jane W. Hunter of Ulgham Broom, died May 1st, aged 45 years (Tombstone).

Hutchison, Hutchinson

 

 

 

1577

John acted as curate with no licence of the Church. (PR, Gregory's summary).

 

1764

Ann married Thomas Lowes of Hebron 24th May. John witnesses. (PR/F/10)

 

1775

John married Grace Taylor 1st May (PR/F/23).

 

1776

Mary daughter of John baptised Sept. 8th.

 

1778

Grace daughter of John baptised July 5th.

 

1780

Ann daughter of John baptised July 23rd.

 

1782

Isabel daughter of John baptised Oct. 6th.

 

1787

Elenor daughter of John baptised April 22nd.

 

1789

Christian daughter of John baptised Aug. 9th.

 

1792

Sarah daughter of John baptised Aug. 5th.

 

1804

Isabel had bastard child 14th Feb. Journey to Morpeth with Isabel Hutchinson to filiate her child. 5/-. Filiating the child 5/-. (CWA).

 

1813

John, his wife Grace and daughter Susan, aged 21, were removed from Ulgham to Earsdon Forest. (Sessions Order Book Vol. 17 p.493)

 

1828

John, weaver (Parson and White)

Hutson, Huttson

 

See Hudson

Hutton

 

 

 

1861

JAMES, head, farm servant aged 29 at North Woodhouse Cottage, born Scotland. (Census)

 

 

Christian, wife to James, aged 26, born Scotland. (Census)

 

 

George, son to James, scholar, aged 6, born Scotland. (Census)

 

 

Janet, daughter to James, aged 5, born Scotland. (Census)

 

 

Mary, daughter to James, aged 3, born Scotland. (Census)

 

 

Robert, son to James, aged 1 month, born Northwood. (Census)

 

1871

JAMES, head, farm labourer aged 39 at Norwoods. Born Scotland (Census)

 

 

Christina, wife to James, aged 36, born Scotland (Census)

 

 

George, son to James, aged 16, farm labourer, born Scotland. (Census)

 

 

Jane, daughter to James, aged 15, born Scotland (Census)

 

 

Mary, daughter to James, aged 13, scholar born Scotland (Census)

Hymers

 

 

 

1762

George, Shoemaker (Militia List)

 

1762

George married Eleanor Wilson by licence 13th April. George senior witnessed. (PR/F/9).

 

1808

Robert of Ulgham Grange, son of John, hind, died 29th buried 31st Jan. aged 10.

 

1871

Ann, aged 29, unmarried, cook and domestic servant to Annetts, born Widdrington (Census)

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