ULGHAM GENEALOGY

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

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McDonald

 

 

 

1755

Alexander married Mary Carrick, 9th Jan. (PR/F/1).

McDormant

 

 

 

1867

James, miner of North Seaton, son of William, quarryman, married Isabella Elizabeth Procter, Dec. 21st. (PR 1837-1959 19/38).

McDougall

 

 

 

1871

GEORGE, Ag.Lab., Ulgham Village, aged 59, born Elford, Bamburgh (Census).

 

 

Mary, wife to George, aged 50, born Lowick (Census).

 

 

John, son to George, unmarried, aged 20, coalminer, born Togston. (Census).

 

 

Stephen, son to George, unmarried, aged 19, ag.lab., born Togston (Census).

 

 

Isabella, daughter of George, unmarried, aged 17, ag.lab., born Butterwell. (Census).

 

 

Eleanor, daughter to George, aged 15, ag.lab., born Hartington (Census).

 

 

Robert, son of George, aged 9, scholar, born Hazon (Census).

McDowell

 

 

 

1805

William witnessed wedding of John Marshall and Grace Forest (widow) 21st dec. (PR/F/57).

 

1807

William married Susannah Young 4th Sept. (PR/F/59).

 

1841

Mary, aged 20, female servant at East Stobswood, residing with Halls. (Census).

 

 

JAMES, head, aged 30, aug.lab. (Census).

 

 

Elenor, wife to James, aged 30, (Census).

 

 

William, son to James, aged 4 (Census).

 

 

Thomas, son to James, aged 2, (Census).

 

 

James, son to James, aged 1 week. (Census).

 

1851

JAMES, head, aged 43, carrier and grocer, born Ulgham. (Census).

 

 

Elinor, wife to James, aged 40, born Hebron (Census).

 

 

William, son to James, aged 13, scholar, born Mitford. (Census).

 

 

Thomas, son to James, aged 11, scholar, born Ulgham (Census).

 

 

James, son to James, aged 9, scholar, born Ulgham. (Census).

 

1855

James, shopkeeper (Whellan).

McGregor

 

 

 

1871

Mary Jane, granddaughter aged 4 of John Wood, Colliery owner at Ulgham Mill. Born Ulgham (Census).

 

1887

Mary Jane, aged 21, daughter of Thomas, married George William Pyle, June 18th. (PR 1837-1959 40/80)

McHugh

 

 

 

1871

PETER, farm labourer at Ulgham Fence, aged 37, born Ireland. (Census).

 

 

Mary, wife to Peter, aged 30, born Killom (Kilham?) Northumberland. (Census).

 

 

James, son to Peter, scholar, aged 7, born Stobswood. (Census).

 

 

Agnes, daughter to Peter, aged 6, born Ulgham. (Census).

 

 

Thomas, son to Peter, aged 5, born Ulgham (Census).

 

 

Andrew, son to Peter, aged 3, born Ulgham (Census).

 

 

Elizabeth, daughter to Peter, aged 1, born Ulgham Fence (Census).

 

 

Mary, daughter to Peter, aged 1, born Ulgham Fence. (Census).

McIntosh

 

 

 

1937

James, unmarried, was the last constable to be stationed at Ulgham, residing here for a few months.

McKenzie

 

 

 

1890

John James, aged 25, fireman at Stobswood Colliery, son of James, sailor, married Mary Jane Armstrong.

McLean, McLain, McClain, McClan.

 

 

 

1726/7

Daniel and Robert, sons of Daniel McClan baptised March 2nd.

 

1818

Ann McLain (wife to Ralph) born 3rd May (Tombstone)

 

1819

Ralph S. McLain born 5th July (Tombstone)

 

1846

Ann Elizabeth (daughter to Ralph) born 18th Feb. (Tombstone)

 

1871

William McClain, unmarried, aged 20, indoor servant, at Ferneybeds. Born Northumberland (Census).

 

1881

RALPH McLain, aged 61, No. 16 Ulgham, Dairyman, born Alnham (Census).

 

 

Ann, wife to Ralph, aged 62, born Lorbottle. (Census).

 

 

THOMAS, aged 36, head, market gardener, born South Charlton. (Census).

 

 

Hannah, wife to Thomas, aged 37, born Rothbury (Census).

 

 

Eleanor F., daughter to Thomas, aged 8, scholar, born Rock. (Census).

 

 

John W., son to Thomas, aged 5, scholar, born Bothal. (Census).

 

 

Ralph, son to Thomas, aged 4, born Stannington (Census).

 

 

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

 

1883

Elizabeth of Ulgham, daughter of Ralph, dairyman, married William Dickinson Bell, March 22nd. (PR 1834-1959 32/63).

 

1885

Hannah buried 24th Aug.

 

1887

Ralph, postmaster (Bulmer).

 

1901

Ralph S. McLain died 2nd Dec (Tombstone)

 

1903

Ann McLain (wife to Ralph) died 31st Jan. (Tombstone)

 

1914/8

Pte. R. McLain killed (War Memorial).

 

1921

Ann Elizabeth, daughter to Ralph, died 18th July (Tombstone)

McNab

 

 

 

1758

James, son of James, baptised 8th Jan. (Register of Dissenters according to the account given to me).

 

1760

Henry son of James born (Register of Dissenters).

 

1762

Isabel daughter of James born 13th July (Register of Dissenters).

 

1765

Catherine daughter of James born (Register of Dissenters).

 

1769

Ann Campbell daughter of James born Jan. 4th (Register of Dissenters).

 

1775

James makes several appearances in court for re-settling at Hepscott (CWA).

Maddison

 

 

 

1849

James, carpenter of Ulgham, son of Michael, married Caroline Amelia Hepple, March 4th. (PR 1837-1959 12/24)

Mailon

 

 

 

1723

Mary daughter of Daniel of Witherington baptised July 11th.

Main

 

 

 

1851

James, single, aged 29, farm and mill servant at Ulgham Mill. Born Eglingham. (Census).

 

1881

ROBERT, head, aged 41, ag.lab at Ulgham Park, born Acklington (Census).

 

 

Eleanor, wife to Robert, aged 38, born Eglingham (Census).

 

 

Margery, daughter of Robert, aged 20, bondager, born Eglingham (Census).

 

 

William, son to Robert, aged 17, ag.lab, born Eglingham (Census).

 

 

Sarah J., daughter to Robert, aged 15, bondager, born Eglingham (Census).

 

 

Alice, daughter to Robert, aged 13, scholar, born Bedlington (Census).

 

 

John, son to Robert, aged 8, scholar, born Bedlington (Census).

 

 

Mary, daughter to Robert, aged 6, scholar, born Bedlington (Census).

 

 

Robert, son of Robert, aged 6, scholar, born Bedlington (Census).

 

 

George Y., son to Robert, aged 2, born Bedlington (Census).

 

 

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

 

1923

Eleanor Grey, wife of James Main, died at Crowden Hill June 4th aged 47. (Tombstone)

 

 

Mary Eleanor, daughter to James, died East Throphill aged 3 years 9 months. (Tombstone).

Makepeace

 

 

 

1610

Nicholas of Minster? House owed James Steele's estate 22d.

Male

 

 

 

1851

George, single, aged 23, farm labourer at Ulgham Fence, born Morpeth. (Census).

Manners

 

 

 

1755

Thomas son of Alexander baptised Jan. 5th.

 

1788

Alexander buried May 28th.

Manney

 

 

 

1775

Hugh, curate officiated at wedding of John Hutchinson and Grace Taylor 1st May. (PR/F/23).

Marchbank

 

 

 

1824

John of Ulgham Park buried Feb. 26th aged 13.

Marchler?

 

 

 

1861

M.S. Marchler, stepdaughter to Joblings, aged 7, scholar, born Sheffield. (Census).

Marling

 

 

 

1657

Cuthbert, son of Fabia of Chevington? baptised Nov. (PR)

Marshall

 

 

 

1664

John not taxable for hearths.

 

1695

Francis married Margarita Thompson May 14th. (PR)

 

1695/6

Margaret wife of Francis buried Jan. 11th. (PR)

 

1696

Francis married Anna Garritt Nov. 19th. (PR)

 

1699

ffrank Marshall for the stocks mending and Church dore lock 2/9d. (CWA).

 

1700

Francis of Ulgham buried Dec. 14th (PR).

 

1703

Anna married William Barker Dec. 2nd (PR).

 

 

James married Hannah Younger May 13th (PR).

 

1703/4

Anne married Robert Sanderson Jan. 26th (PR).

 

1704

Elizabeth wife of Thomas buried Dec. 26th (PR).

 

1705

Margaret daughter of James baptised April 12th (PR).

 

1708

John buried April 27th (PR).

 

 

John's Easter dues 1/6d. (EP19/23)

 

 

Frances son of James baptised May 6th (PR).

 

1710

Henry son of James baptised April 25th (PR).

 

1712

Elizabeth daughter of James baptised Dec. 23rd (PR).

 

1714

John son of James baptised March 24th.

 

1718

Thomas son of James baptised Aug. 12th.

 

1721

James son of James baptised June 8th.

 

1723/4

James son of James buried Jan. 26th.

 

1729

Francis son of James and Hannah died 8th Sept. aged -1 (21?). (tombstone)

 

 

Francis son of James buried Sept. 10th.

 

 

James received 6d for supplying ale. Note this ale was given when ye Bell was taken down and hung up again. (CWA)

 

1730

James was paid 3s/8d for ale when the Bell was mended (CWA 1730)

 

1736

James was Pd. for mending the bell tongue 2d (CWA PSA New 5)

 

1739

Ann married James Fairney Dec. 16th.

 

1740

John received 8d for 2 foulmart's heads from Chapelwardens (CWA 1714-1800).

 

1742

Anne daughter of Oliver baptised April 15th.

 

1744

Thomas married Mary Bowry Oct. 21st

 

1744/5

Thomas son of Thomas baptised Jan. 24th.

 

1745

John married Barbara Taylor July 18th.

 

1745/6

John appointed as Chapel Warden (CWA 1714-1800).

 

1746

Elizabeth daughter to Thomas baptised Sept. 21st.

 

 

John son of John baptised June 8th.

 

1747

Hannah daughter of John baptised Aug. 24th.

 

 

James made new set of stocks (CWA 1714-1800).

 

1748

Elizabeth daughter of Thomas buried May 8th.

 

1749

George son of Thomas baptised May 18th.

 

 

James made skrew bolts for bridges, and drank ale. (CWA 1714-1800).

 

1750

Francis son of John baptised June 24th.

 

 

John mended the bell and was paid 2/6d. (CWA 1714-1800)

 

1751

Henry son of Thomas baptised ? Oct.

 

1752

Francis son of James baptised May 6th.

 

 

Hannah wife of James buried June 5th.

 

 

James received 5/6d per week poor relief (CWA 1714-1800).

 

 

James buried Dec. 3rd.

 

1753

James son of John baptised April 25th.

 

1755

Barbara daughter of John baptised Dec. 28th.

 

1757

John made stanshells for the west window in chapel (CWA 1714-1800).

 

1759

Barbara wife of John buried Dec. 15th.

 

 

Henry son of John baptised March 11th.

 

1760

Ann Gordon alias Marshall widow buried Dec. 3rd.

 

1762

John, blacksmith (Militia List).

 

 

Hannah daughter of John buried May 18th.

 

1764

Ann of Stobswood buried Jan. 16th.

 

 

John of Stobswood buried April 26th.

 

1774

John married Mary Dobson 4th July. Francis witnessed. (PR/F/22)

 

 

John was paid 1/-/8d for nails for repairs to chapel roof (CWA).

 

1775

Francis and Jane Sym of Widdrington. Banns read May/June. (PR/F/24).

 

 

James son of John buried April 12th.

 

 

James son of John baptised July 2nd.

 

1776

Dorothy daughter of Francis baptised April 21st.

 

1778

Hannah daughter of Francis baptised March 1st.

 

1779

Ann daughter of John baptised Jan. 1st.

 

1780

Robert married Mary Patterson 14th May. (PR/F/29)

 

 

Henry son of Francis baptised Feb. 27th.

 

 

Barbara daughter of John buried Aug. 25th.

 

1782

Barbara daughter of Francis baptised April 21st.

 

 

Barbara daughter of John baptised July 6th.

 

1784

Hannah had bastard child.

 

 

Francis son of Francis baptised May 30th.

 

1786

John buried May 30th.

 

 

Margaret daughter of Francis baptised Feb. 18th.

 

1787

Henry buried Oct. 11th.

 

 

John son of Francis baptised Aug. 19th.

 

1788

John son of Francis buried Feb. 1st.

 

1789

Robert son of Francis baptised Dec. 26th.

 

1790

Mary daughter of John baptised Dec. 26th.

 

1792

James son of John buried Aug. 1st.

 

1793

Widow Marshall had a cottage, garden and blacksmith's shop (Fryer Plan).

 

 

Francis son of Francis buried Jan. 4th.

 

 

Francis buried Dec. 17th.

 

1794

Widow Marshall had a cottage, garden and blacksmith's shop (Fryer Plan).

 

1794/5

Jane was paid 1/1/- for providing the Four-and-Twenty's dinner and 1 for rum at the Anvil Inn (CWA).

 

1795

Ann married William Anderson. 23rd May. Banns published.
Thomas married Dorothy Story. 23rd May. Banns published. (PR/F/43) These two entries are together

 

1797

Hannah married John Taylor 29th July (PR/F/46).

 

 

Jane was paid 1/6/- for providing the Four-and-Twenty's dinner and 1 for rum at the Anvil Inn (CWA).

 

1798

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

 

 

John volunteered for posse Comitatus (QSB 90/11/30).

 

1799

Dorothy married Edward Stephenson of All Saints, Newcastle. Henry witnessed. (PR/F/48).

 

 

Ann had bastard child.

 

 

Jane was paid 1/1/- for providing the Four-and-Twenty's dinner and 14s for rum at the Anvil Inn CWA).

 

1799/00

Mary was paid 8/- for looking after Elizabeth Dawson (CWA).

 

1805

Henry witnessed wedding of John Wilson and Margaret Hall of Hebburn, 25th Nov. (PR/F/57).

 

 

John married Grace Forrest, widow, 21st Dec. (PR/F/57).

 

1806

Margaret married James Hall of Rothbury 6th Nov. Henry witnessed. (PR/F/58).

 

1807

John witnessed wedding of William McDowell and Susannah Young (PR/F/59).

 

1808

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

 

1809/10

Henry was paid 9/8d for a hinge, band and bolts for the stocks.

 

1811

Henry and Ann Shanks of Warkworth. Banns read Jan/Feb. (PR/F/61).

 

 

Thomas, labourer, died 8th buried 10th May aged 66.

 

 

Mary married William Wilson of Rothbury 16th July (PR/F/62).

 

1814

Francis son of Henry and Ann baptised 19th March.

 

 

John of Ulgham buried 26th April aged 68.

 

1815

Robert son of Henry and Ann baptised 3rd Oct.

 

1817

Robert buried Sept. 1st aged 28.

 

1818

John son of Henry and Ann baptised 22nd Dec.

 

1819

John married Mabel Mitcheson 28th March (PR 1813-34 6/16).

 

 

Grace buried Dec. 23rd aged 54.

 

1821

Mary of Ulgham buried June 25th aged 16.

 

1823

Jane buried Jan. 19th aged 76.

 

 

Henry to receive expenses for his wife Jane's funeral. (SVM). Dispute over Jane's watch and silver.

 

1824

Henry asked to have his poor rate reduced. (SVM).

 

1827

Mary widow buried Sept. 9th aged 95.

 

1828

Henry, victualler and blacksmith, Anvil. (Parson and White).

 

1833

Robert allowed 9d per day (EP 19/28 1st April).

 

 

Widow Marshall's sons to be hired in Morpeth. Grandfather to accompany them for the purpose. (SVM)

 

1834

Barbara allowed 1 for her mother's funeral expenses. (EP 19/28 12th Jan.)

 

 

Widow Marshall to be allowed 6s per week will May (SVM; EP 19/28 1st April.) On 3rd Feb. she was allowed 6s per week as at present. Agreed to offer her 7s per week until Easter. On 8th May she was allowed 5s per week from this time.

 

 

John described as gardener in parish register.

 

1835

Robert allowed 8d per day for his work (EP 19/28 25th Dec).

 

 

Widow Marshall to have 3/6d per week. (EP 19/28 1st Nov).

 

1836

Robert sent to Poor House on 11th Feb. (EP 19/28 8th Feb.).

 

1841

HENRY, head, aged 50, blacksmith. (Census).

 

 

Ann, wife to Henry, aged 50 (Census).

 

 

John, son to Henry, aged 20 (Census).

 

 

Barbara, aged 60 (Census).

 

1842

Mary Ann daughter of Robert, blacksmith, baptised 20th Nov.

 

1851

JOHN, head, aged 60, railway keeper at Ulgham Grange, born Whickham (Census).

 

 

Shusan, wife to John, aged 74, born Newburgh (Census).

 

 

Isabella, granddaughter to John, aged 14, scholar, born Chester. (Census).

 

 

Margetina, granddaughter to John, aged 4, scholar, born Hewith (?Heworth) (Census).

 

1871

John, aged 18, farm servant and indoor servant at Norwoods, born Scotland (Census).

 

1875

Ellen of Woodhorn, daughter of Henry, husbandman, married Alexander William Forsyth Sept. 27th (PR 1837-1959 25/50)

Martin, Martyn

 

 

 

1643

? married Rafe Fenwick ? October. (PR)

 

1669

John of Seghill to be paid a 5 debt due out of Ralph Fenwick's estate.

 

1703

William of Sleekburn named in William Barker's Will.

 

1793/4

G. Martin the tailor was removed to the Poor House at Morpeth. CWA.

Mather

 

 

 

1881

Isabella, aged 16, domestic farm servant to Edward Carr at Ulgham Grange. Born Horton. (Census)

 

1883

George, miner at Linton, son of Adam, married Jane Georgina Armstrong April 28th. (PR 1834-1959 32/64)

Mathison, Matheson.

 

 

 

1861

Ann, granddaughter of Alexander Herron, unmarried, aged 19, born Chillingham. (Census)

 

1871

James, coalminer, aged 27, relationship to Robert Brown of Ulgham Grange unknown. Born Chillingham. (Census)

Matthewson

 

 

 

1962

Rev. James S. Matthewson appointed as Vicar at Ulgham.

 

1982

Rev. J.S. Matthewson died of cancer of the pancreas.

Maughlin

 

 

 

1784

John held Bond of Indemnity for Hannah Marshall's bastard child. (CWA 15th Oct.).

Maule

 

 

 

1865

Eleanor Dealtry Maule, of Longhirst, daughter of George, Solicitor for Affairs of H.M. Treasury, married Henry Robert Baker-Cresswell Feb. 23rd. (PR 1837-1959 18/36).

Mavin, Maving

 

 

 

1841

WILLIAM, aged 35, male servant at West Stobswood, lived with Tomlins. (Census)

 

 

ROBERT, head, aged 20, aug.lab. at Ulgham. (Census)

 

 

Jane, wife to Robert, aged 20 (Census)

 

 

Robert, son to Robert, aged 1, (Census)

 

1842

William, husbandman, son of John, quarryman, married Isabella Bone. Henry witnessed. May 21st. (PR 1837-1959 6/11).

 

1851

ISABELLA, head, aged 38, born Felton (Census)

 

 

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

 

1861

Isabella, aged 42, widow, Ulgham Village, born Felton. (Census)

 

1914/8

Pte. J. Mavin killed. War Memorial.

Mawes

 

 

 

1706

Mary daughter of Robert baptised Dec. 26th (PR).

 

1708

Lurina? daughter of Robert baptised Dec. 22nd (PR).

Mc

 

see under Mac

Meldrum

 

 

 

1736

Elizabeth married John Wharrier June 17th.

Merlay

 

 

 

1129

William died, succeeded by Ranulph. He had been granted the wood, haye (enclosed area) and chase.

 

1138

Roger I granted lands at Morpeth and Ulgham to Newminster.

 

1188

Roger I died.

 

1239

Roger II died.

 

1239/43

Lady Margery, widow of Roger II, married John Lexington of Tuxford.

 

1266

Roger III died succeeded by his daughter Mary who married William Greystock.

 

1292

Lady Margery Lexington died. Her dower lands at Ulgham were divided equally between John de Greystock and Robert de Somerville. (Close Rolls 1288-1296 Vol.III)

Merrey

 

 

 

1861

J.F. Merrey, unmarried sister to Mrs. Tindal of Ulgham Grange, aged 32, born Aberdeenshire. (Census)

Micheson.

 

 See also Mitchison.

 

1721

Isabel daughter of John buried Nov. 5th.

Middleton

 

 

 

1914/8

Pte. M. Middleton killed. (War Memorial).

Miers, Myers.

 

 

 

1746

William laid flags around the font and was paid 1/- (CWA 1714-1800).

 

1747

William spent 2 days mending the churchyard wall, and was paid 3/9d. (CWA 1714-1800)

 

1750

William mended the chapel churchyard wall and the cawsey between chapple and town and was paid 1/6d. (CWA 1714-1800

 

1755

To George Miers (mason) for one day at the Middle Bridge 1/6d (CWA 1714-1800)

 

1757

George was paid 17/6d for winning stones for and building the west window. (CWA 1714-1800)

 

1759

William, together with George Todd, was paid 12/1 for winning stones and building breasts to the Mill Bridge. (CWA 1714-1800).

 

1774

George was paid 3/4d for a masonry bill for repairs to the chapel roof. (CWA).

 

1789/90

William was paid for setting steps across the burn 5/8d. (CWA)

Milburn, Milburne, Milbourne

 

 

 

1605

Cuthbert of Ulgham Grange buried 9th ?

 

1609

Ralph Milbourne is at Ulgham Grange (his servant William Hodgson was buried Feb. that year).

 

1622

Jarrett of Morpeth owes John Lawson's estate 3.

 

1623

Richard is accused of breaking.

 

1787

Robert is holder of Bond of Indemnity for Eleanor Gleghorn's bastard child. (CWA).

 

1788

Robert supposed son of Robert baptised April 27th.

 

1794

Robert tenanted Ulgham North farm (Fryer plan)

 

1806/7

Robert appointed as Chapel Warden.

 

1809

Robert witnessed wedding of Robert Dixon of Morpeth and Susannah Singleton.

 

1811

Robert assessed at 71/15/6d and paid 2/- towards building Courts of Justice (CWA).

 

1813/4

Robert is Overseer of the Poor.

 

1814

Re Milburn for warranting in the local Militiamen 2/2/-.

 

1818

Robert buried Aug. 16th aged 65.

 

1825

Mrs. Milburn is to employ Ann Johnson (SVM).

 

1828

Sarah, farmer (Parson and White).

 

1830

Robert argues with Henry Hand (SVM)

 

1841

Ann, aged 30, female servant at Ulgham Grange (Census).

 

 

Sarah, aged 80, farmer. (Census).

 

 

Grace, aged 45 (Census).

 

 

Robert, aged 40 (Census).

 

1845

Robert, farmer. (Appointment of Constables).

 

1846

Robert, farmer. (Appointment of Constables).

 

1847

Robert, farmer. (Appointment of Constables).

 

1849

Robert, farmer. (Appointment of Constables).

 

1851

Robert, head, aged 52, farmer of 60 acres, born Bath.

 

 

Grace, sister to Robert, aged 58, born Newcastle.

 

1855

Robert, farmer, Ulgham North. (Whellan).

 

1856

Grace died 30th April aged 63.

 

1860

Robert sells Ulgham North.

 

1861

Robert, unmarried, aged 60, retired farmer at Ulgham, interest and dividends, born Bath. (Census).

 

1871

Sarah, aged 15, general servant at Ferneybeds, born Northumberland. (Census).

 

1906

Eleanor Mary, born Jan. 17th, died July 13th. (tombstone)

Miller, Millar

 

 

 

1716

Susannah married Mr. George Lawson in Aug. Licensed by Rev. Cuthbert Fenwick, Rector of Morpeth.

 

1757

Anne, daughter of John, a soldier in Lord Charles Manners' Regiment borne at the Cockles in this parish baptised July 24th.

 

1811

George and Mary Best of Bothal. Banns read April, May. (PR/F/62). Married at Bothal 14th May (Bothal registers).

 

1812

James of Bedlington married Jane Kirkup 3rd May (PR/F/63).

 

1851

WILLIAM, head, aged 52, aug.lab. Born Spindlestone (Census).

 

 

Isabella, wife to William, aged 54, born Netherton.

 

 

Mary, daughter to William, aged 21, born North Shields. (Census).

 

 

William, son to William, aged 18, aug.lab. born Hartburn (Census).

 

1871

JAMES, coalminer, aged 27, at Ulgham Grange Colliery, born Wooler. (Census).

 

 

Agnes, wife to James, aged 29, born Scotland.

 

 

Isabella, daughter to James, aged 1, born Lowick.

Mills

 

 

 

1786

Thomas and Ralph are both holders of Bonds of Indemnity for Mary Freeman's bastard child. 4th Sept. (CWA).

 

1794

James of Earsdon married Alice Fenwick 19th Aug. (PR/F/43).

 

 

John, son of James, born Oct. 21st baptised Dec. 28th.

 

1803/4

Alice was paid 1/6/- for Four and Twenty's dinner and 1/4/2 for spirits and ale. (CWA).

 

1804/5

Alice was paid 1/6/- for Four and Twenty's dinner and 1/4/2 for spirits and ale. (CWA).

 

1805/6

Alice was paid 1/6/- for Four and Twenty's dinner and 1/4/6 for spirits and ale. (CWA).

 

1806

Alice late Fenwick, wife of James (mason) died 17th May buried 20th May (or died 17th buried March, or died 17th buried 20th July!!)

Milner

 

 

 

1703

Jane witnessed William Barker's Will and makes her mark as signature.

Minto, Mintso.

 

 

 

1834

George married Mary Patterson 8th June (ROM 1813-34 15/43).

 

1841

George, aged 4, living at Ulgham Mill. Residing with John Paterson. (Census).

Mitchison.

 

 See also Micheson.

 

1770

John son of Michael of Chevington baptised May 6th.

 

1788

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

 

1819

Mabel married John Marshall 28th March with parental consent. (ROM 1813-34 6/16).

Mitford, Mitforth

 

 

 

1602

Gowan. Incumbent at commencement of registers.

 

1606

Gowan is clergyman. He died 1st May, possibly buried same day. His Will. His wife gets one white cow. His son Thomas gets my plough and all furniture and a horse. Ursula Wayles gets the first calfe of the black quey to be kept about the house until it is grown. His daughter Isabel gets a bushell of hard corn and a bowle of malt. The residue to his wife and her children, who are appointed Executors. Will witnessed by Christopher Robinson, Christopher Dobson, Oswald Gray, George Robinson. (DRO T.Inv.)

 

1619

Ann daughter of ? baptised.

 

 

Elizabeth married ? 20th June.

 

 

Thomas is tenant and juror.

 

 

Thomas owed money to John ?

 

1619/53

Catherine accused Elizabeth Pace of being lusty.

 

 

Robert detained a malt chiste;

 

 

Thomas sued Edward Grey for trespass.

 

1623

Robert is juror and tenant and Sworn Men; he is accused of allowing his yard dickes lye down, and his swine were unringed.

 

 

Thomas married Margaret ? 22nd Jan.; is named tenant, juror and Sworn Man. (Court Rolls).

 

1624

Robert had the use of the Lord's freehold.

 

1625

Robert named as Aletaster

 

1629

Margaret Mit(ford?) married ? Albone 3rd Jan.

 

1644

Robert appointed as Chapel Warden. (PR)

 

1664

Mary taxable on one hearth

 

 

Thomas is too poor to be taxed on hearths.

 

1753

Robert son of Robert of Stobswood baptised March 1st.

Moffat

 

 

 

1752

Lease to John of Ulgham, gent. messuage at Ulgham, 29th Sept. (HN 44/47). (Is this Ulgham South farm?)

 

 

Mary, daughter of John, buried June 3rd.

 

1753

John, South Farm, Ulgham appointed William James (Parish Clerk) to act in his stead as Chapel Warden (CWA 1714-1800).

 

1756

John witnessed wedding of John Grey and Ann Lock, 25th Nov. (PR/F/3).

 

1758

John paid 37 for half year's rental for his farm.

 

 

Mr. Moffat for entering ye poor of Ulgham at Wooler Workhouse 19/6d. (CWA 1714-1800).

 

1760

John witnessed wedding of Ephraim Nicholson and Jane Johnson 12th June (PR/F/6).

 

 

John witnessed wedding of Robert Moor and Dorothy Taylor 9th July (PR/F/6).

 

1762

John appointed as Chapel Warden. (CWA 1714-1800)

 

1767

George witnessed wedding of John Hann and Ann Pringle 1st Jan. (PR/F/14).

 

1770

John appointed as Chapel Warden. (CWA 1714-1800)

 

1773

John witnessed wedding of William Scot and Mary Temple 9th May (PR/F/21).

 

1777

John appointed as Chapel Warden. (CWA 1714-1800)

 

 

John buried April 27th.

Mogue

 

 

 

1861

Peter, unmarried aged 32, drainer, born Ireland. Lodging with Flinn in Ulgham Village. (Census).

 

 

James, unmarried, aged 30, drainer from Ireland. Lodging with Flinn in Ulgham Village. (Census).

Mole

 

 

 

1887

William, aged 22, ag.lab from Hebron, married Elizabeth Anderson, Feb. 27th (PR 1837-1959 39/77).

Moor, Moore

 

 

 

1692

Barbara, daughter of Edward, buried July 22nd. (PR)

 

1693/4

Anna, daughter of Edward, buried Feb. 2nd. (PR)

 

1695

Edward, son of Edward, baptised Sept. 19th. (PR)

 

1697

George married Margery Richison June 3rd (PR).

 

1742

Thomas married Elizabeth Small April 20th.

 

1742/3

John son of Thomas baptised Jan. 27th.

 

1745

William son of Thomas baptised May 26th.

 

1747

Andrew son of Thomas baptised Nov. 15th.

 

1750

Margaret, daughter of Thomas, baptised June 25th.

 

1760

Robert married Dorothy Taylor 9th July (PR/F/6).

 

1761

Thomas, son of Robert, baptised May 24th.

 

1762

Robert, husbandman. (Militia List).

 

1764

Elizabeth, wife of Thomas, buried June 17th.

 

1793

Andrew buried July 27th.

 

1887

William, teacher at Ulgham School 22nd July to 19th Aug. (School Log).

Moralee

 

 

 

1833

Joseph is reputed father of Margaret Appleby's child. (SVM; EP19/28).

Mordue

 

 

 

1791

Removal order for Mary to Lesbury 13th January.

 

1808

Mary had bastard child 15th Sept.

Morrison, Morison.

 

 

 

1744/5

William son of Thomas baptised Feb. 17th.

 

1746

William son of Thomas buried July 27th.

 

1747

Alice daughter of Thomas baptised Sept. 13th.

 

1749/50

John son of Thomas baptised Jan. 25th.

 

1763

Thomas buried Sept. 13th.

 

1841

JOSEPH, aged 20, aug.lab. at Ulgham Cockles (Census).

 

 

Sarah, wife to Joseph, aged 20 (Census).

 

 

Hannah, daughter to Joseph, aged 10 months. (Census).

Morron

 

 

 

1861

John, lodger at Ulgham Grange Cottages, labourer, aged 54, born Liverpool. (Census).

Morton

 

 

 

1725

Philip married Jane Harcus Oct. 21st

 

1851

GEORGE, head, aged 35, farm labourer at Ulgham Grange, born Alnwick (Census).

 

 

Elizabeth, wife to George, aged 20, born Fenham (Census).

 

 

Andrew, son to George, aged 4, born Wooler. (Census).

 

 

James, son to George, aged 2, born Alnwick. (Census).

 

1889

James, aged 30, son of Joseph of Eglingham married Mary Hogarth of Ferneybeds, aged 30, daughter of John Hogarth.

Muers

 

 

 

1777

Jane the daughter of John born Nov. 9th (Register of Dissenters).

Mulcaster

 

 

 

1699

John is curate.

 

1703

John witnessed William Barker's Will, signing his own name.

 

1713

Mr. Mulcaster was paid for teaching a poor child (CWA).

 

1717

Jane (Janet) married Henry Taylor May 16th by licence.

 

1722

Dorothy married Jacob Robinson May 16th.

 

1724

Johannes de Mulcaster curate de Ulgham sepult. Dec. 29th.

 

1737

Mr. Mulcaster's house, close and stints in Ulgham moor and West Wood. (EP 28/62) (Gawen Robinson's Terrier).

 

1742

Isabel, widow, buried May 14th.

Mullen

 

 

 

1851

James, head, aged 27, aug.lab. at Ulgham Cockles, born Bedlington. (Census).

 

 

Catherine, wife to James, aged 22, born Hartburn (Census).

 

 

Sarah, daughter to James, aged 1, born Woodhorn. (Census).

Munro

 

 

 

1914

E. Munro was assistant school teacher at Ulgham School from 23rd Oct. to 8th Jan. 1915. (School Log).

Muras

 

 

 

1871

JOHN, gardener, Ulgham Village, aged 52, born Widdrington. (Census).

 

 

Mary, wife to John, aged 49, born Widdrington. (Census).

 

 

Elizabeth, daughter to John, aged 22, born Widdrington. (Census).

 

 

Sarah, daughter to John, aged 20, born Widdrington. (Census).

 

 

Mary, daughter to John, aged 16, born Widdrington. (Census).

 

 

Robert, son to John, aged 13, scholar, born Widdrington. (Census).

 

 

Hannah, daughter to John, aged 11, born Widdrington. (Census).

 

 

Rachel, daughter to John, aged 8, born Widdrington. (Census).

Murray

 

 

 

1724

Thomas is appointed Curate on death of Mr. Mulcaster under Cuthbert Fenwick, rector of Morpeth.

 

1728/9

Jane daughter of Thomas baptised March 6th.

 

1730

Richard son of Thomas baptised Sept. 17th.

 

1731

John son of Thomas baptised Jan. 18th.

 

1732/3

John son of Thomas baptised Jan. 18th.

 

1734/5

Fenwick son of Thomas baptised Jan. ?

 

1735

Fenwick son of Thomas buried April 13th.

 

1736

Joseph son of Thomas baptised April 8th.

 

 

Thos. Murray 30 li resident in a hired house not in ye parsonage. (Bishop Chandler's Visitation PSA (3rd) Vol.I 1903-4

 

1738/9

Barbara daughter of Thomas baptised Jan. 4th.

 

1741

Margaret daughter of Thomas baptised July 9th.

 

1741/2

Joseph son of Thomas buried Jan. 5th.

 

1742

Mrs. Murray received bounty for a fox head (CWA 1714-1800).

 

1744

Thomas son of Thomas baptised April 5th.

 

1746

James son of Thomas baptised April 24th.

 

1748

Frances daughter of Rev. Thomas baptised Jan. 19th.

 

1751

Richard son of Thomas buried Nov. 18th.

 

1755

Robert son of Thomas baptised Aug. 21st.

 

1758

Thomas son of Thomas buried 24th Feb.

 

1767

Barbara from Newcastle buried Aug. 28th.

 

1774

Margaret of Ulgham Grange buried June 23rd.

 

1871

Georgina, sister to Mrs. Tindale of Ulgham Grange, unmarried, aged 34, born Scotland (Census).

Murton

 

 

 

1817

Catherine married William Watson 26th May, with parental consent. (ROM 1813-34 5/13).

Musgrave

 

 

 

1623

Agnes, wife of John, is cousin of Edward of Ulgham. (Will of Edward, gent.)

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