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ULGHAM GENEALOGY

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

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Lace

 

 

 

1861

Robert, father-in-law to James Hutton of North Woodhouse, widower, aged 63, Ag.lab., born Scotland. (Census).

Laidlaw

 

 

 

1816

Thomas, son of Ann of Longhurst, baptised 28th July.

Laidler

 

 

 

1794

Thomas tenanted Stobswood East farm (Fryer Plan).

 

1802/3

Thomas appointed Chapel Warden

 

1808/9

Thomas appointed Chapel Warden

 

1811

Thomas assessed at 214/2/6d and paid 6/= towards building Courts of Justice (CWA).

 

1812

Mr. Laidlers Easter dues 6 hens.

 

1816/7

Ralph is Overseer of the Poor

 

1818

Ralph is assessed for 2/8d rate and 7d prisoners' cess in the Schedule for County Rate and Prisoners' Cess for the Township of Stobswood.

 

1819

Robert son of Mary of Stobswood baptised 13th June.

 

 

Isabella of Stobswood buried Dec. 11th aged 2 years.

 

1822/3

Ralph is Overseer of the Poor

 

1828

Ralph, farmer, Stobswood (Parson and White)

 

 

Edward son of Mary of Stobswood baptised Nov. 2nd.

 

1829/30

Ralph is Overseer of the Poor

 

1841

Susannah, aged 15 (Census).

 

 

THOMAS, head of house, aged 55, tailor (Census).

 

 

Jane, wife to Thomas, aged 55 (Census).

 

 

Margaret, daughter to Thomas, aged 20 (Census).

 

 

John, son to Thomas aged 13 (Census).

 

 

Margaret, daughter to Thomas, married John Taylor Nov. 7th (PR 1837-1959 8/10).

 

1851

Jane, single, aged 19, born Cramlington, general servant to Sarah Batty (Census).

 

 

THOMAS, head of house, widower, aged 64, tailor, born Woodhorn. (Census).

 

 

Mary, daughter to Thomas, single, aged 37, born Bothal. (Census).

 

 

Jane, granddaughter to Thomas, aged 5, born Ulgham (Census).

 

1855

Thomas, tailor (Whellan)

Laidley

 

 

 

1758

David of Linton buried Sept. 5th.

Laidman

 

 

 

1749

Mr. Laidman for drugs for William Hunter when ill 8/4d (CWA 1714-1800)

 

1803

Henry of Widdrington married Ann Hall by licence 9th Aug. (PR/F/55)

 

1812

Mary, daughter of Henry and Ann, died 14th buried 17th Sept., aged 4 years.

 

1813

Jane of Morpeth buried 29th March aged 7.

 

1814

William of Morpeth buried 11th June aged 4.

Laing, Lang

 

 

 

1704

George, son of George, baptised March 30th (PR).

 

1706

Anna, daughter of George, baptised March 26th (PR).

 

1707

Lancelot, son of George, baptised March 18th (PR).

 

1709

John, son of George, buried Oct. 2nd (PR).

 

 

Lancelot, son of George, buried Aug. 21st (PR).

 

1710

Susannah, daughter of George, baptised July 6th (PR).

 

1857

Mrs. Ann Laing formerly of Cambo died 25th May aged 70.

Lamborn

 

 

 

1635

John owed 13 to Edward Porter's estate.

Lang

 

 see Laing.

Latter

 

 

 

1775

Henry signed Parish register as Vicar of Woodhorn and curate of Ulgham.

Laurie

 

 see Lawrie.

Lawrison

 

 see Lourison.

Lavison

 

 

 

1774

John of Chester-le-Street married Mary Pinn. 15th May. (PR/F/21).

Law

 

 

 

1703

William (poor) buried Nov. 19th (PR).

Lawrie, Laurie.

 

 

 

1606

Robert is owed 5d from Gawen Mitford's estate.

 

1861

WILLIAM, head, aged 23, farmer of 198 acres at North Woodhouse, employing 4 men and 1 boy. Born Scotland. (Census).

 

 

Euphemia, mother to William, aged 45, born Scotland. (Census).

 

 

Jane, daughter to Euphemia, aged 24, unmarried, born Scotland. (Census).

 

 

Margaret, daughter to Euphemia, unmarried, aged 18, born Scotland. (Census).

 

 

Christina, daughter to Euphemia, unmarried, aged 13, born Scotland. (Census).

 

1864

William, farmer at Norwoods, son of James, deceased, married Ann Jobling of Ulgham House, Jan. 2nd. (PR 1837-1959 18/35)

 

1871

WILLIAM, head, aged 33, farmer of 200 acres employing 2 labourers and 3 boys. Born Scotland (Census).

 

 

Ann, wife to William, aged 29, born Newcastle. (Census).

 

 

James, son to William, aged 6, born Norwoods. (Census).

 

 

Joseph William, son to William, aged 4, born Norwoods. (Census).

 

 

Wilhelmina, daughter to William, aged 3, born Norwoods. (Census).

 

 

William, son to William, aged 1, born Norwoods. (Census).

 

 

Euphemia, mother to William, aged 58, annuitant, born Scotland. (Census).

 

 

 

Lawson

 

 

 

1600/1

Janet wife of George buried March 11th.

 

1610

George witnessed Edward Herker's Will.

 

1618

George of Ulgham appointed Executor in Thomas Gray's Will.

 

1619

George named as tenant and juror.

 

1619

On his death, John Anderson owed John Lawson 10/3/-, Widow Lawson 11/- and Jane Lawson 20d.

 

1619/53

George is bailiff.

 

1619/53

George is involved in a case of debt.

 

1622

John Lawson, Batchler, died. His Will. His sister is Agnes who is married to John Richardson of Newbiggin and has five children. His sister Mardoline is married to ? Graye and has four children. George, his brother, of Ulgham, is Executor and residual legatee. He has three godsons: John Pace, Cuthbert Grayme son of Richard, and John Straker. The estate totalled 27/4/8d including many debts owed to the deceased. . John of Linton borrowed 20/- which is owed to the estate, plus 11/- owing for a sheep. Robert of Newbiggin owes the estate 20/-. Witnesses to the will are Robert Pace, Christopher Robinson, Thomas Potts, Thomas Hunter and Richard Johnson. (DRO T.Inv.)

 

1623

George is named as tenant; he was accused of letting the yard dickes lye down, and having a swine unringed, and his wife was held bond for 4 men breaking dykes. (Court Rolls).

 

1631

George Lawson complained against Thomas Watson for slandering him and saying that he beggard Margaret Gray and her children and would beggar her sister and her children also (Court Rolls).

 

1635

George witnessed Edward Porter's Will, signing with his mark. Robert owed 2 and George owed 5 to Edward Porter's estate.

 

 

George is Bailiff.

 

1637

George witnessed Elizabeth Pace's Will, making his mark.

 

1642

? and Elizabeth Fenwicke were married.

 

1643

Alice married Henry Watson 29th June. (PR)

 

 

Robert married Elizabeth Fenwick (PR)

 

1652 *

Jane daughter of Robert baptised 24th Nov. (PR)

 

1662 *

Jane daughter of Robert baptised 24th Nov. (PR)

 

1663

Jane daughter of Robert baptised 22nd Jan. (PR)

 

 

Jane, daughter to Robert and Elizabeth, died 18th Jan. (Plaque in church).

 

 

Robert named as Proprietor of land in Ulgham and Stobswood. (Hodgson Part III Vol.II)

 

1668

Elizabeth, first wife of Robert, bailiff, died 21st buried 25th Feb. (Plaque in church). Also in P.R.

 

 

Robert was bailiff (Church log).

 

1671

Robert gave Hospital Lands at White Ridge Bush and Easter and Wester Seavons and North Wood to the Earl of Carlisle. (HN 44/11).

 

1675

Received of Robert Lawson, bayliffe, . . . in Full . . . of the . . . of his office for one half yeare ending at . . . . . 75 Bayliffe's fee 1/6/8d Gross 113/18/6d net 112/11/10d). (M16/B4 p.31).

 

1683

Robert witnessed Richard Wilson's Will.

 

1684

Robert's name appears on new church bell (EP 19/35 P.298. Confirmed in 1993 when the bell was removed for repairs.

 

1685/6

George appointed as Chapel Warden.

 

1692

Janeta, daughter to Ralph, baptised 20th Oct. (PR)

 

1693

George appointed as Chapel Warden (EP 19/28).

 

 

Ralph, second son to Robert and Elizabeth, died 15th Sept. (Plaque in church). Buried 7th Sept. in P.R.

 

 

Ralph died 3rd Sept. Intestate. His father Robert was appointed as Executor, with Robert Alder of Morpeth and William Pye of Morpeth placed on Bond. The Inventory amounted to 73/16/- appraised by William Grey and Richard Gibson. (DRO A 182 I).

 

1694

George appointed as Chapel Warden (EP 19/28).

 

1694/5

George of Stobswood buried March 1st. (PR) Account and charges himself with the half year's rents of Ulgham and Stobswood 113/18/6d (M16/B4 p.31).

 

1695

George appointed as Chapel Warden (EP 19/28).

 

 

Lease to Robert, gentleman, three messuages in Ulgham, 2nd April. (HN 44/18).

 

 

Lease to Robert of Stobswood, gentleman, messuage in Stobswood, 2nd April (HN 44/60).

 

 

Left to ye poor of ye Chappelry of Vlgham by Mr. Robert Lawson ten pounds which is in Robert Barber's hand.

 

1696

George is listed as tenant of Stobswood. His died intestate. His widow Margaret was appointed to be executrix with James (Jacob) Hudson of Peigh Hills and Christopher Coward standing Bond. His inventory totalled 42/10/6d with 15/16/- debts and funeral expenses.(DRO A55 I)

 

 

Janet, widow of George, married Henry Henderson, March 17th.

 

 

Robert was a free tenant in Ulgham (MCR) His heirs were tenants.

 

1697

Robert died, 8th buried 12th Aug. (Plaque in church, P.R.). His Will (DRO T.308)

 

 

Wee finde that Mr. Robert Lawson died seized of severall freehold lands in Ulgham within the Barony of Morpeth Castle And that Mr. George Lawson is his older son and heire, And ought to be enrolled fr ye same (MCR)

 

1697/8

Margaret married Christopher Coward March 3rd (PR).

 

1698

Catherine of Ulgham , second wife to Robert, died 27th Nov. buried Dec. 1st.(Plaque in church; .R.).

 

 

George is a free tenant at Ulgham, also at Stobswood (MCR)

 

1699

George is a free tenant at Ulgham

 

1700

George appraises Thomas Robson's Will.

 

 

George is a free tenant at Ulgham, also at Stobswood (MCR).

 

 

Janet wife of George buried March 11th (PR).

 

1703

Robert is appointed Constable at Stobswood (MCR).

 

1706

Executors of George are free tenants (MCR).

 

1707

George Lawson of Ulgham Chapelry ordered that twelve pence per week for his maintainance be paid him by ye Churchwardens and overseers of ye poor of ye sd Parish unless they having due notice of his order show cause to ye contrary next sessions. (QSB).

 

1708

George was paid 54 weeks att 4d per week 18/4d.

 

 

Robert appointed Chapel warden (CWA)

 

1709

Overseers of the poor of Churchwardens for the Chapelry of Ulgham ordered that a warrant issued forth against them to bind them to their good behavious and appearance at the next sessions for their contempt in not paying George Lawson his allowance according to the order of this Court (QSB).

 

1710

Lease to Robert of Stobswood, yeoman, messuage in Stobswood, 1st June (HN 44/63).

 

1715

Robert was tenant at Stobswood.

 

1716

George married Susannah Miller, August ? licensed by Mr. Cuthbert Fenwick, rector of Morpeth.

 

1724

George owned one farm time beyond memory.

 

1727

Margaret daughter of Edward, buried Nov. 28th.

 

 

Mary, daughter of Edward, baptised April 2?th.

 

1729

Anne, daughter of Edward, baptised May 22nd.

 

1729/30

Anne, daughter of John of Linton baptised Feb. 19th.

 

1730/1

Edward, son of Edward, baptised Feb. 18th.

 

1733

George, son of Edward, baptised Oct. 2nd.

 

1782

Isabel, daughter of John of Old Moor, baptised May 16th.

 

1791

George of Morpeth married Elizabeth Fair 12th June. (PR/F/39).

 

1791

Thomas was holder of Bond of Indemnity for Grace Robson's bastard child. (CWA).

 

1841

William, aged 15, lived with Crawfords at Woodhouse. (Census).

 

1871

William, father-in-law to George Batty, widower, aged 74, lately a chaise-driver, born Longhorsley (Census)

Layburn

 

 

 

1727/8

Thomas son of Thomas baptised Feb. 11th.

Learmouth

 

 

 

1791

Robert is holder of Bond of Indemnity for Grace Robson's bastard child (CWA).

 

1801

Robert V. is holder of Bond of Indemnity for Ann Clark's bastard child. (CWA).

 

1914-18

 Pte. T. Learmouth killed (War Memorial).

Leckey

 

 

 

1757

Samuel married Mary Levison 9th June (PR/F/3)

 

1758

Mary daughter of Samuel Leckey baptised April 2nd. From Register of Dissenters. "According to the account given to me".

 

1763

Samuel buried Oct. 17th.

Lee

 

 

 

1850

Mary, wife of William, died on 22nd December aged 27 years (tombstone).

 

1855

William, shoemaker (Whellan)

 

1861

Henry, unmarried boarder, aged 24, living with Atkinson at Railway Station Cottage (Census).

 

 

WILLIAM, aged 37, at Millhouse. Boot and Shoe repairer. Born at Thriston (Thirston). (Census).

 

 

Ann, wife to William, aged 27, born Ulgham (Census).

 

 

M.A., daughter to William, aged 5, born Ulgham (Census).

 

 

Jane, daughter to William, aged 4, born Ulgham (Census).

 

 

Isabella, daughter to William, aged 3, born Ulgham (Census).

 

 

Thomas, son to William, aged 1, born Ulgham (Census).

 

1885

Ann, aged 31, daughter of Thomas, ag.lab, married Thomas Davison of Benton June 11th (PR 1837-1959 36/71).

 

 

 

 

1888

Martha, aged 37, of Ulgham Park, daughter of Andrew, miner, married James Young, steward at Ulgham Park, May 14th (PR 1837-1959 43/85).

   

Robert, youngest son of Thomas & Catherine, killed at Stobswood Colliery on July 9th aged 14. (tombstone)

 

1889

Susannah, aged 26, of Stobswood, daughter of Thomas, engineer, married Joseph Earl Carr.

 

1891

Catherine Dixon Lee, daughter of Thomas, engineman, aged 25, of Stobswood Colliery, married John Hindmarsh.

 

1896

Catherine, wife of Thomas, died at Stobswood on Sept. 9th aged 66. (tombstone)

 

1902

Thomas, husband of Catherine, died at Stobswood on Sept. 4th aged 77. (tombstone)

 

1925

Isabella, daughter of Thomas & Catherine, died at Stakeford on Dec. 15th aged 66. (tombstone)

Le Keu

 

 

 

1280

David, was playing football with Henry of Ellington when his knife went into Henry's belly and killed him. (Calendar of Inquisitions Vol.1. p.599).

Leonard

 

 

 

1881

John, apprentice shoemaker, aged 15, living with William Young. Born Newcastle. (Census).

Levison.

 

 See also Livison.

 

1755

Mary married Samuel Leckey 9th June (PR/F/3)

Lexington

 

 

 

1239/43

 John married Lady Margery de Merlay.

 

1251

John and Margery allowed free use of Ulgham. (Calendar of Charter Rolls I p.363).

 

1257

John died.

Lightfoot

 

 

 

1921

Mr. H.B. Lightfoot, teacher, 1st July 1921 to 15th July 1921. (School Log).

Lisle

 

 

 

1786

Mary of Felton married Blackett Sample by licence 12th Oct. (PR/F/35).

Little

 

 

 

1752

David married Alice Artley Dec. 27th.

 

1757

Mary supposed daughter of Joseph baptised April 1st.

 

1871

LEWIS, woodman, head, aged 54, Ulgham Village, born Canonbie, Dumfries. (Census).

 

 

Mary, wife to Lewis, aged 50, born Hexham (Census).

 

 

Henry, son to Lewis, aged 14, woodman, born Hexham (Census).

 

 

Elizabeth Allen, daughter to Lewis, aged 11, scholar, born Morpeth (Census).

 

1881

MARY, head, No.8 Ulgham, widow aged 60, Housekeeper, Born Hexham (Census).

 

 

Henry, son to Mary, aged 24, unmarried, stoneman coalminer, born Hexham (Census).

 

 

William, aged 20, ag.lab at Ulgham Grange, son of George, gardener, married Susan Stark April 16th (PR 1837-1959 28/55)

 

 

George, aged 51, widower, platelayer of Cambois, son of William, miner, married Thomasina Scot Sept. 20 (PR 1837-1959 28/56)

 

1887

Mary, shopkeeper (Bulmer).

Littledyke

 

 

 

1861

ROBERT, head, drainer, aged 31, at Ulgham Village. Born Esten Rulandshire (Census).

 

 

Jane, wife to Robert, aged 26, born Longhorsley (Census).

 

 

Sarah, daughter to Robert, aged 5, born Widdrington (Census).

 

 

Thomas, son to Robert, aged 4, born Ulgham (Census).

 

 

James, son to Robert, aged 2, born Ulgham (Census).

Livison

 

see also Levison

 

1765

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

Lock

 

 

 

1756

Ann married John Grey Nov. 25th (PR/F/3).

Lockey

 

 

 

1762

Samuel, weaver, Ulgham Grange Constablery (Militia List).

Logan

 

 

 

1869

Walter, aged 25, miner of Earsdon, son of Walter, miner married Eleanor Brown, aged 23, Nov. 13th. (PR 1837-1959 20/40).

Lough

 

 

 

1841

Edward, aged 35 (Census).

 

 

Dorothy, aged 35 (Census).

Low

 

 

 

1871

Robert, father-in-law to James Hutton, farm labourer, aged 81, born Scotland. (Census).

Lowes

 

 

 

1708

Elizabeth's Easter dues 2/6d.

 

1714

Elizabeth married Thomas Scott May 18th.

 

 

Elizabeth buried May 21st.

 

1764

Thomas of Hebron married Ann Hutchison May 24th. (PR/F/10).

Lowrey, Lowry

 

 

 

1725

Ann married John Ellison Sept. 6th.

 

1730

Jane married John Stevenson Oct. 6th.

 

1914/18

 Cpl. W. Lowrey killed (War Memorial).

Lowrison, Lourison

 

 

 

1698

John married Anna Brown June 15th (PR).

 

1703

Margaret, daughter of John, baptised (PR).

 

1706

Jane daughter of John baptised Feb. 5th (PR).

 

1708

Elizabeth daughter of John baptised Dec. 30th (PR).

 

1718/9

Margaret daughter to Anne buried Jan. 10th.

 

1737

Anne, widow, buried Nov. 13th.

Lucas

 

 

 

1681

John, cleric, witnessed George Albon's Will, signing his own name.

Luckey

 

 

 

1788

Roger witnessed wedding of James Mitchison of Widdrington and Jane Hudson 26th May. (PR/F/37).

Luke

 

 

 

 

Mary, daughter of Henry, labourer, married Thomas Trobe. Nov. 21st. (PR 1837-1959 16/31).

Lumsden

 

 

 

1739

Received of Isable Lumsden for 2 years' interest of 10 May 16th 1/-/-d. (CWA)

 

1745

Isable paid money due in.

 

1748

Isable, widow, paid 10 to the poor of the Chapelry of Ulgham. Money lent out and lost 1753. (CWA 1714-1800)

 

 

 

 

1751

Mark son of Adam of Widdrington Steads baptised Dec. 15th.

 

1775

Isabel of Kirkharle and John Crass. Banns read May. (PR/F/24).

 

1861

George, lodger in Ulgham Park Cottage, unmarried, shepherd, aged 23, born Ford/Woodhouse. (Census).

Lyne

 

 

 

1619/53

 Cuthbert involved in fray with James.

Lynn

 

 

 

1953

Rev. D. Lynn vicar at Ulgham.

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