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ULGHAM GENEALOGY

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

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Tailford, Taifort, Tailfort

 

 

 

1672

? son of John buried 26th April (PR).

 

1708

Mab's Easter dues 1/6d.

Tait, Tate

 

 

 

1807

Margaret, daughter of Alex and Isable (Dunn) died 12th buried 14th Aug. aged 1 week.

 

1887

Ralph, Police Constable. (Bulmer). (He was constable in Ulgham 1885-1889. Confirmed from Police records).

Talbot

 

 

 

1748

Thomas married Margaret Potts April 24th.

Tarver

 

 

 

1925

John A., school teacher at Ulgham School from 31st August till ? (School Log).

Tate

 

see Tait

Taylor

 

 

 

1579

Thomas witnessed will of Bartholomew Craster.

 

1610

Cuthbert buried (PR)

 

 

Thomas (Talyor sic) witnessed Edward Herker's Will.

 

1619

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

 

 

Thomas owed money to Edward ? and also to Thomas ?.

 

1643

Isabelle married Edward Small 18th June (PR)

 

 

Richard son of ? and Jane his wife buried (PR)

 

1664

James was not taxable for hearths.

 

1666

? son of Thomas buried 19th ? (PR)

 

1686

Robert appointed as Chapel Warden (CWA).

 

1692

Robert appointed as Chapel Warden.

 

1693

Robert appointed as Chapel warden (EP 19/23).

 

1694

Margaret wife of Robert buried July 1st. (PR)

 

1695

Robert married Alicia Clark May 23rd. (PR)

 

1701

Robert appointed Chapel Warden and Constable at Ulgham (CR).

 

1702

Edward of Ulgham buried Nov. 15th (PR).

 

1703

Isabel married Alexander Farney May 27th (PR).

 

1705

Henry appointed as Chapel warden (CWA)

 

1708

?James ?Jane Easter dues 2/6d.

 

1710

Barbary married Matthew Gray Nov. 5th (PR).

 

1717

Henry married Janet Mulcaster with a licence May 16th.

 

1718

Dorothy daughter of Henry baptised June 26th.

 

1718/9

Ursula married John Potts June 19th.

 

1720

John son of Henry baptised Dec. 8th.

 

 

Henry appointed as Chapel Warden

 

1721

Elizabeth daughter of Henry of ?Middle Floods baptised April 2nd.

 

1723

Robert buried June 9th.

 

1726/7

Jane buried March 14th.

 

1727

Isabel married Thomas Watson, Nov. 16th.

 

1730

Alice, widow, buried July 7th.

 

1745

Barbara married John Marshall July 18th.

 

1760

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

 

1761

George of Whalton to marry Mary Straker. No dates and entry deleted.

 

1769

Elizabeth daughter of Edward baptised Feb. 26th.

 

1773

John son of John of West Chevington baptised Dec. 26th.

 

1775

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

 

1787

Joseph son of William of Hagg House baptised October 21st.

 

1790

Andrew son of William of Hagg House baptised May 9th.

 

 

Ann of Horton and George Sutherland. Banns read April/May (PR/F/38).

 

1793

John is named as tenant of a cottage, close and cottage in the Tower, also the colliery. (Fryer .73)

 

1794

John is named as tenant of several properties and colliery (Fryer p.85)

 

1797

Jane daughter of John and Hannah born 14th baptised 21st Oct.

 

 

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

 

1798

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

 

 

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

 

 

Matthew witnessed wedding of Robert Nichol and Barbara Smith.

 

1799

John appointed as Chapel warden (CWA)

 

 

Removal Order for Mary to Felton 6th March (CWA)

 

1800

Matthew witnessed wedding of John English and Mary Tindal 16th June. (PR/F/49).

 

1802

Matthew witnessed wedding of George Wilkinson and Ann Potter 3rd July (PR/F/53).

 

1802

Rebecca married Stephen Gutherson of Woodhorn 27th Dec. (PR/F/54).

 

1803

Mary married Robert Wallace of Earsdon 21st Nov. Matthew witnessed. (PR/F/56).

 

 

Matthew married Jane Smith 24th Dec. (PR/F/56).

 

1804

Matthew, farmer, died 14th buried 16th December.

 

1807/8

Matthew appointed as Chapel warden (CWA).

 

1808

William and John both holders of Bond of Indemnity for Mary Mordue's bastard child (CWA).

 

1811

Taylors and Short and Co. assessed at 80 and paid 2/6d towards building Courts of Justices (CWA).

 

1811/42

Matthew at Ulgham Hope farm.

 

1812

Mr. Taylor had house which Henry Hand could move into (SVM 1822-1830)

 

1812/3

Mr. Taylor thatched John Pearson's house and was paid 10/6d by parish.

 

1813

John son of Matthew and Kane, farmer, baptised 4th July.

 

 

Margaret, daughter of John, pitman, and Hannah, baptised 17th Oct.

 

1814/5

Matthew appointed as Overseer of the Poor.

 

1815

Hannah buried Sept. 22nd aged 7.

 

1816

Hann, daughter of John, pitman, and Hannah baptised 7th July.

 

1822

John buried April 17th aged 93.

 

1828

Matthew is farmer (Parson and White)

 

1841

John, husbandman, son of Matthew, farmer, married Margaret Laidler Nov. 7th. (PR 1837-1959 8/10).

 

 

MATTHEW, aged 70, farmer (Census).

 

 

Jane, wife to Matthew, aged 60 (Census)

 

 

John, son to Matthew, aged 25 (Census).

 

1842

Matthew is farmer (Appointment of Constables).

 

1848

Margaret, widow, daughter of Thomas Laidler, married John Bell May 21st (PR 1837-1959 12/23).

 

1851

Jane, head, aged 70, farmer's widow, born Ulgham (Census).

 

1855

George is farmer at West Stobswood (Whellan).

 

1861

Katherine, aged 18, servant, unmarried, living at Woodhouse Farm House. (Census).

 

 

Ralph, lodger, unmarried, aged 31, ag.lab. in Ulgham Grange Cottage, born Warkworth. (Census).

 

 

GEORGE, head, aged 73, late farmer at West Stobswood Cottage, born Bamburgh (Census).

 

 

Mary, wife to George, aged 68, born Ford. (Census).

 

 

Gideon, son to George, unmarried, aged 24, platelayer, born Bamburgh (Census).

 

 

GEORGE, head, aged 32, husbandman at East Stobswood Cottage, born Belford (Census).

 

 

Jane, wife to George, aged 31, born Brandon (Census).

 

 

Ann, daughter to George, aged 2, born Ulgham (Census).

 

 

JOHN, head in Farmhouse (?Townhead), ag.lab., aged 30, born Scotland (Census).

 

 

Sarah, wife to John, aged 26, born Widdrington (Census).

 

 

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

 

 

Mary, daughter to John, aged 6 months, born Ulgham (Census).

 

1871

GEORGE, head, ag.lab., aged 43, at east Stobswood, born Belford (Census).

 

 

Jane, wife to George, aged 42, born Brandon (Census).

 

 

Ann, daughter to George, aged 12, scholar, born Stobswood. (Census).

 

 

William George, son to George, aged 9, scholar, born Stobswood. (Census).

 

1881

GEORGE, head, at No. 18 Ulgham, farmer of 298 acres employing 6 labourers, born Belford. (Census).

 

 

Jane, wife to George, aged 49, born Brunton (Census).

 

 

Ann J., daughter to George, aged 22, born Ulgham. (Census).

 

 

William Geo., son to George, aged 18, joint occupier, born Ulgham. (Census).

 

 

Thomas, lodger at Ulgham Mill, aged 49, unmarried, joiner, born Blanchland. (Census).

 

1884

Anne, aged 26, of Ulgham, daughter of George, farmer, married Matthew Spratt June 24th (PR 1837-1959 35/69).

 

1887

George is at Ulgham Town Head and Ulgham Fence (Bulmer).

 

 

Hugh, Esq., of Chipchase owns Stobswood Estate and Colliery (Bulmer).

 

1892

William George, aged 30, farmer at Ulgham Fence, son of George, married Jane Ann Porteous of Crowden Hill. May 7th.

 

1911

Jane, wife of George of Ulgham Fence, died on Feb. 21st aged 85. (tombstone)

 

1914/8

L/Sergt. R. Taylor killed. (War Memorial).

 

1918

George of Ulgham Fence, husband of Jane, died on May 6th aged 92. (tombstone)

Telfer

 

 

 

1871

John, unmarried, coalminer, aged 25, living with Wilkinson at Ulgham Grange, born Bellingham. (Census).

Telford

 

 

 

1871

Elizabeth, unmarried, aged 15, housemaid to John Annett, born Greenfield Moor. (Census).

Temple

 

 

 

1760

John son of William baptised April 27th.

 

1773

Mary (Tempel) married William Scot 9th May (PR/F/21).

Tennant

 

 

 

1859

Alexander, son of Jeremiah of Wallsend, married Agnes Wardlee of Ferneybeds May 14th (PR 1837-1959 16/32).

Terry

 

 

 

1911

John, husband of Mary, died 16th Dec. aged 68. (Tombstone).

Thew

 

 

 

1798

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

 

1804

John George holder of Bond of Indemnity for Eleanor Brimmor's bastard child.

Thimbleby

 

 

 

1633

George Esq.leased capital messuage and site called Ulgham Hall, including one Water Corn Mill. Dated 14th June (HN 44/8).

Thode

 

 

 

1296

Ranulph (Lay Subsidy Roll).

 

 

Robert, son of Ranulph (Lay Subsidy Roll).

 

 

Gilbert (Lay Subsidy Roll).

Thomas

 

 

 

1814

Dorothy, daughter of William, hind, and Elizabeth, baptised 17th July.

Thomson, Thompson.

 

 

 

1616

? daughter of George baptised 2nd March.

 

1669

John, tanner of Morpeth, married Isabell Watson 29th April. (PR)

 

 

Mary married Christopher Coward of Stobswood 10th ? (PR)

 

1695

Margarita married Francis Marshall May 14th (PR).

 

1715

George named as tenant.

 

1719

George buried May 9th.

 

1721

Jane married John Hair June ?12th.

 

1723

Judith buried July 10th.

 

1728

William married Judith Coward June 13th.

 

1731

Alice married John Oliver April 25th.

 

1738

Isabel married James Wilkinson Aug. 12th.

 

1739

Barbara daughter of William baptised Dec. 27th.

 

1750/1

Mary daughter of John of Widdrington baptised March 3rd.

 

1755

John son of John of Old Moor baptised June 15th.

 

1761

Margaret daughter of John buried April 6th.

 

1762

Robert son of John baptised March 19th.

 

 

Robert son of John buried Nov. 3rd.

 

1764

Isable daughter of George buried Oct. 20th.

 

1780

Isabel daughter of Edward baptised May 7th.

 

1783

Joseph buried June 15th.

 

1789/90

Mary transferred to Ferryhill, Sunderland. Total expenses 4/8/-. Removal order 7th July (CWA).

 

1812

? had Easter dues of 6 hens.

 

1815

Charles married Margaret Stephenson by Licence 14th Feb. (ROM 1813-34 2/4).

 

 

Ann daughter of Charles, hind, and Margaret baptised 11th Oct.

 

1818

Jane daughter of Charles, hind, and Margaret baptised 23rd Feb.

 

1820

Margaret daughter of Charles, hind, and Margaret baptised 2nd Sept.

 

1821

Sarah daughter of John, hind at Ulgham park, and Ann, baptised 29th March.

 

1822

Mary Ann, daughter of Ralph, hind at Ulgham Grange, and Deborah, baptised 15th December.

 

1824

Deborah, daughter of Ralph, labourer at Ulgham Grange, and Deborah, baptised 24th October.

 

1825

Deborah of Ulgham Grange buried Nov. 8th aged 1 year.

 

1826

James, son of Margaret of Linton, baptised 24th Sept.

 

1829

Jacob married Jane Reay 15th Nov. (ROM 1813-34).

 

1839

William, husbandman, son of Andrew, husbandman at Ulgham Grange, married Jane Park. Mary and George witnessed. 5th May (PR 1837-1959 2/4)

 

1841

ANDREW, aged 55, head, farm steward at Ulgham Grange. (Census).

 

 

Elizabeth, wife to Andrew, aged 60 (Census).

 

 

Mary, daughter to Andrew, aged 25 (Census).

 

 

George, son to Andrew, aged 20 (Census).

 

 

Andrew, son to Andrew, aged 11 (Census).

 

 

Jane, aged 25, at Ulgham Grange. (Census).

 

 

Elizabeth, daughter to Jane, at Ulgham Grange (Census).

 

1844

Mary of Ulgham, daughter of Andrew, married John Kell, May 19th (PR 1837-1959 7/14)

 

1845

George is labourer at Ulgham Mill.

 

1851

WILLIAM, head, aged 67, husbandman at Ulgham Grange, born Warkworth (Census).

 

 

Elizabeth, wife to William, aged 60, born Stannington.

 

 

Elizabeth, daughter to William, aged 27, born Felton (Census).

 

 

Barbara, daughter to William, aged 20, born Widdrington (Census).

 

 

ISABELLA, head, aged 64, single, demesne duties, born Bamburgh (Census).

 

 

ELIZABETH, wife to George, aged 30, born Ulgham (Bothal Census)

 

 

Mary Ann, daughter to Elizabeth, aged 4, scholar, born Ulgham (Bothal Census).

 

1861

? daughter of Joseph of Ulgham Fence baptised Oct. 20th.

 

1861

J.A., aged 5, boarder with Taylor, born Newcastle. (Census).

 

 

JOSEPH, head, aged 45, Farmer at Ulgham Fence of 300 acres employing 3 men. Born Northumberland. (Census).

 

 

Ann, wife to Joseph, aged 36, born Northumberland (Census).

 

 

Joseph, son to Joseph, aged 14, (Census).

 

 

James, son to Joseph, aged 12 (Census).

 

 

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

 

 

James, brother to Joseph, aged 35, unmarried, farmer, born Northumberland (Census).

 

 

JOHN, head, ag.lab, aged 47, Ulgham Village, born Ford. (Census).

 

 

Drusilla, wife to John, aged 42, born Ford (Census).

 

 

Robert, son to John, aged 11, scholar, born Felton (Census).

 

 

William, son to John, aged 8, scholar, born Lesbury (Census).

 

1881

Sarah, born Ulgham aged 60.

 

1921

R.J. Thompson was teacher at Ulgham School from 22nd-26th Aug. 1921 (School Log).

Thornton

 

 

 

1820

Jane daughter of Robert, hind, and Elizabeth baptised 7th May.

 

1822

Elizabeth and Isabel, daughters of Robert, hind, and Elizabeth, baptised 11th Aug.

 

1822

R. Thornton applied for poor relief (SVM).

 

1824

Mary daughter of Robert, labourer, and Elizabeth, baptised 11th April.

 

1827

Eleanor, daughter of Robert, labourer, Stobswood, and Elizabeth baptised April 22nd.

 

1829

James son of Robert and Elizabeth, labourer, Stobswood, baptised June 21st.

 

1886

Margery, aged 21, of Stobswood, daughter of Randle, married Roger Dance Nixon, June 11th (PR 1837-1959 37/73)

Tindale, Tindall

 

 

 

1709

Elizabeth daughter of John Tindall baptised May 5th (PR).

 

1712

James son of John baptised April 24th (PR)

 

1717

Ralph (Robert) buried March 9th.

 

1800

Mary married John English 16th June (PR/F/49).

 

1807

Dorothy, wife of John, hind, died 6th buried 8th March.

 

1855

Thomas L. resides at Ulgham Grange (Whellan).

 

1856

Eliza, daughter of the late Thomas, died aged 32, 11th June.

 

1861

T.S., farmer aged 34, at Ulgham Grange, of 400 acres, employing 6 men, born Widdrington (Census).

 

 

M.A., wife to T.S., aged 34, born Aberdeenshire. (Census).

 

 

Annie, daughter to T.S., aged 1, born Ulgham. (Census).

 

 

Jas. cousin to T.S., unmarried, aged 56, born Northumberland. (Census).

 

1871

THOMAS LIONEL, aged 44, farmer at Ulgham Grange of 400 acres. (Census).

 

 

Mary A., aged 44, farmer's wife, born Scotland. (Census).

 

 

Annie, daughter to Thomas, aged 11, born England.

 

 

Eliza Jane, daughter to Thomas, aged 10, born England. (Census).

 

 

Mary Murray, daughter to Thomas, aged 8, born England. (Census).

 

 

Thomas Lional, son to Thomas, aged 6, born England. (Census).

Tinmouth

 

 

 

1768

William Senior and Junior bound by Bond of Indemnity for Eleanor Cuthbertson's bastard children.

Tiplady

 

 

 

1871

Dorothy, aged 23, unmarried servant to John Brown at Anvil Inn, born Cramlington. Sister. (Census).

Tod, Todd, Todde

 

 

 

1331

John of Ulgham was pardoned of his outlawry. (Calendar of Patent Rolls 1330-34 Vol.2 P.182.)

 

1517

John Tod de Epleden paid 3/= per annum for a free farm and husbandland. (Woodman. I.P.M. Lady Elizabeth Dacre).

 

1618

Elizabeth received a ewe under the terms of Thomas Gray's will.

 

1736

Margery married Thomas Watson June 24th.

 

1757

Paid George Todd and Will Myers for winning stones and building breasts to Mill bridge 12/1d (CWA 1714-1800).

 

1789

Ann wife of John buried Aug. 28th.

 

1816

Robert son of Robert, schoolmaster, and Elizabeth, baptised June 21st.

 

1819

George son of Robert, schoolmaster, baptised 20th June.

 

 

George buried Nov. 7th aged 5 months.

 

1820

Jane daughter of Robert, schoolmaster, baptised 12th Oct.

 

1823

Martha daughter of Robert, schoolmaster, baptised 6th July.

 

1830

Todd sold articles to Henry Hand. (SVM 28 1822/1830).

 

1841

John, aged 20, male servant at Woodhouse, residing with Crawford. (Census).

 

1855

William and John are farmers at East Stobswood. (Whellan).

 

 

William of East Stobswood, husband of Ann, died Jan. 2nd aged 66 (Tombstone)

 

1861

ANN, head, widow at East Stobswood, farmer of 280 acres employing 4 men. Born Shilbottle. (Census).

 

 

William, son to Ann, unmarried, aged 40, born Brandon. (Census).

 

 

Margaret, daughter to Ann, unmarried, aged 35, born Brandon. (Census).

 

 

Thomas, son to Ann, unmarried, aged 23, born Brandon (Census).

 

1871

ANN, aged 76, farmer of 202 acres, employing 3 men and 2 women. Born Newton on the Moor. (Census).

 

 

William, son to Ann, aged 50, unmarried, born Brandon (Census).

 

 

Margaret, daughter to Ann, aged 47, unmarried, born Brandon. (Census).

 

 

Thomas, son to Ann, unmarried, aged 45, farmer., born Brandon. (Census).

 

 

JOSEPH, head, farmer employing 1 man and 2 boys at Crowden Hill, aged 39, born Brandon. (Census).

 

 

Mary, wife to Joseph, aged 37, born Stobswood. (Census).

 

1874

William son of Joseph baptised 22nd Nov.

 

 

Ann, wife of William of East Stobswood, died May 21st aged 79. (Tombstone)

 

1881

JOSEPH, head, aged 49, farmer of 170 acres at Crowden Hill, born Eglingham. (Census).

 

 

Mary, wife to Joseph, aged 48, born Ulgham. (Census).

 

 

William, son to Joseph, aged 6, scholar, born Ulgham. (Census).

 

1883

Margaret, daughter of William and Ann, died Nov. 10th aged 59. (tombstone)

 

1886

Thomas, husband of Frances, died at Chevington Moor on Dec. 20th aged 60. (Tombstone)

 

1887

William at East Stobswood (Bulmer).

 

1888 (or 1892?)

Isabella, daughter to William and Ann, died at Netherton South Farm Oct. 31st aged 61. (Tombstone)

 

1896

William, son of William and Ann, died Oct. 19th aged 77. (Tombstone)

 

1900

Mary, wife of Joseph of East Thirston, died Feb. 15th aged 67 (Tombstone).

 

1901

John, son of William and Ann, died at Netherton South Farm on May 7th aged 82 (Tombstone).

 

1914

Joseph of East Thirston, husband of Mary, died Oct. 26th aged 84. (Tombstone).

 

1930

Frances, wife of Thomas, died April 23rd aged 89. (Tombstone)

Tomlin, Tomblin, Tumbling.

 

 

 

1783

William son of William baptised Dec. 14th.

 

1785

Hannah daughter of William baptised Nov. 6th.

 

1785/6

William appointed Chapel warden.

 

1790

Margaret daughter of William baptised Feb. 6th.

 

1793

William named as tenant at West Stobswood (Fryer Plan).

 

1802

Hannah, daughter of William, died 29th Jan. aged -2. (Tombstone).

 

1804/5

Michael appointed as Chapel Warden (CWA).

 

1807

William of Stobswood, farmer, died 19th buried 21st June aged 84.

 

1808

Hannah daughter of William of Stobswood died 29th buried 31st Jan.

 

1810/11

Michael appointed as Chapel warden and Overseer of the Poor. (CWA).

 

1811

Messrs. M. and W. are assessed at 100 and paid 3/- towards building Courts of Justice (CWA).

 

1812

Mr. Tomlin's Easter dues 6 hens.

 

1818

Hannah of Stobswood buried Aug. 19th aged 74.

 

1822

Margaret married William Brewis by licence 28th Nov. (ROM 1813-34 9/26).

 

1828

Michael, farmer at Stobswood. (Parson and White).

 

1838

Michael son of William, farmer of West Stobswood, married Sarah Purvis, 18th Aug. (PR 1837-1959 2/3).

 

 

 

 

1841

MICHAEL, head. aged 60, farmer at West Stobswood. (Census).

 

 

Sarah, wife to Michael, aged 45 (Census).

 

 

William, son to Michael, aged 2 (Census).

Tomlinson

 

 

 

1738

Margery buried April 7th.

Tomperra?

 

 

 

1664

Henry son of Robert baptised 1st March. (PR)

Towns

 

 

 

1782

Thomas stood bond for Elizabeth Heron's bastard child.

Trewitt, Trewhaite, Trewhitt, Truit.

 

 

 

1643

Thomas married Margaret Wawby July 6th. (PR).

 

1768

Mary married Peter Graham 20th May (PR/F/16).

 

1782

John, widower of Felton, married Mary Archbold, widow, 13th May (PR/F/30).

Trobe

 

 

 

1858

Thomas, miner, son of James, married Mary Luke, Nov. 21st. (PR 1837-1959 16/31).

Trollup

 

 

 

1769

Thomas married Eleanor Crisp of Gizon (?Guyzance). Extra parochial. By Licence. 24th Jan. (PR/F/18).

Trumble (Turnbull?)

 

 

 

1717

Elloner and Ralph Small was married May 15th.

Tully

 

 

 

1881

ISAAC, head, aged 52, ag.lab at Crowden Hill Cottage, born Kirknewton (Census).

 

 

Mary, wife to Isaac, aged 50, born Warkworth. (Census).

 

 

Margaret A., daughter to Isaac, aged 22, bondager, born Warkworth (Census).

 

 

Mary, daughter to Isaac, aged 20, nurse, born Warkworth. (Census).

 

 

Isaac, son to Isaac, aged 16, ag.lab born Warkworth. (Census).

 

 

Anne, daughter to Isaac, aged 11, scholar, born Warkworth. (Census).

 

 

George, son to Isaac, aged 2, born Warkworth. (Census).

Tumbling

 

 see Tomlin.

Turnbull

 

 

 

1789

Isabel of Alnwick and John Turner. Banns read May. (PR/F/38).

 

1832

Thomas, son of Edward and Anne, labourer, baptised Feb. 12th.

 

1871

Jacob, miner, lodging with William Work at Middle Stobswood, aged 37, born Felton (Census).

 

1881

ROBERT, head, coalminer living at No.21 Ulgham, aged 66, born Ovingham. (Census).

 

 

Elenor, wife to Robert, aged 46, born Mitford. (Census).

 

 

William, son to Robert, aged 15, scholar, born Bedlington (Census).

Turner, Gurner

 

 

 

1577

George was clerk of the parish (PR).

 

1584

George "late of Ulgham", yeoman, convicted of recusancy 17th July.

 

1586

Trial by Lord William Howard against a person named Turner who insisted on keeping possession of the demesnes of the manor of Ulgham as tenant of Francis Dacre. (PSA (3rd) Vol.I 1903-4 quoting Household Book of Lord Wm. Howard (68 Surtees Soc. xv 370. See also Arch. Ael. (3) Vol.IV P.22).

 

1592 and 1597

George, nuper de Ougham (late of Ulgham) yeoman convicted of recusancy 17th July 1584. He was fined 1960 for recusancy for the past 8 years (I.e. 1920 for 8 years at 20 a month plus 20 for two months since) (Recusant Roll 1592 NRO 1954/2)

 

1610

William buried July ?

 

1614

William witnessed John Robinson's Will.

 

1619

William named as tenant.

 

1619/53

Elizabeth sued William for withholding a caldern.

 

 

William accused of abusing the bailiff.

 

1622

George was owed 10/- from John Lawson's estate.

 

1623

Edward named as tenant.

 

 

George named as cottager.

 

 

Jane named as cottager.

 

 

Widdow Turner let her yard dickes lye down (CR).

 

1635

The same William Turner for dissobeyinge and giving outrageous and threatening speeches to the Bayliffe and sworn men when they went to forbid him and require him from going through the sour yarde viz. for saying to George Lawson ye Bayliffe that if he turne? him he would turne? his face in his neck, he would cleave his heed to his teeth and would make his wife fetch him home in a blankett and that he would cause him to be carryed home in a sledd (CR).

 

1635

William Turner complaints against George Lawson and ? his wife in an action of slander for calling him whoremaister thefe to his damage (CR).

 

1637

William witnessed Elizabeth Pace's Will, signing his own name.

 

1662

William were buried 15th Nov. (PR)

 

1668

? wife of William buried ?24th April. (PR)

 

 

Margaret daughter of ? buried ?21st Oct. (PR)

 

1669

William son of William baptised. (PR)

 

1695

Robert and 4 others leased 6 cottages in Ulgham. 2nd April. (HN 44/14)

 

1696

Robert named as cottager in Ulgham (MCR).

 

1698

Robert named as cottager in Ulgham (MCR).

 

1701

Robert named as Constable.

 

1702

Robert married Alicia Wilson April 14th (PR).

 

 

William son of Robert baptised Feb. 25th (PR).

 

1704

Robert son of Robert baptised Dec. 14th (PR).

 

1706

Robert's Executors named as cottagers (MCR).

 

1708

Robert received 1/- from parish funds (EP 19/23).

 

1710

Robert, yeoman, leased one cottage house in Ulgham. 1st June. (HN 44/35).

 

1711

John son of Robert baptised May 8th.

 

1713

John son of Robert buried June 28th (PR).

 

1715

Robert is cottager.

 

1728

Alice wife of Robert, poor, buried Dec. 8th.

 

1729

William married Margaret Pringle July 3rd.

 

1740

Jane received 4/- weekly poor relief.

 

 

Robert was paid for serving the slater for 7 days 4/4d

 

 

Robert received 4/- weekly poor relief

 

 

Robert was paid 4/4d for 7 day's labouring (CWA 1714-1800)

 

1741

Jane received 3/6 weekly poor relief.

 

 

John son of Robert buried May 4th.

 

 

Robert of Ulgham, poor, received 4/- weekly poor relief, buried Nov. 28th. His coffin was made by Thomas James at Parish expense (CWA 1714-18, 1742 accounts)

 

1742

Jane received 4/- weekly poor relief.

 

 

Robert Junior received 2/6 poor relief.

 

1743

Jane received 4/- weekly poor relief.

 

 

Robert received 3/- weekly poor relief.

 

1743/4

Jane received 3/6 weekly poor relief.

 

 

Robert received 3/6 weekly poor relief

 

1744/5

Jane of Ulgham, poor, buried Oct. 18th.and buried at parish expense 5/-. (CWA 1714-1800).

 

1745

Robert Junior received 1 for one year's poor relief. (CWA 1714-1800)

 

1745/6

Robert received 4/6 weekly poor relief; Robert received 6/- weekly relief and 2/- when sick.

 

1747

Alice daughter of Robert buried Oct. 6th.

 

 

Mary daughter of Robert buried Oct. 8th.

 

1748

Margaret daughter of Robert baptised Dec. 18th.

 

 

Robert had two coffins made for his children by Thomas James at parish expense 3/-. (CWA 1714-1800).

 

1749

Robert received 6/- poor relief.

 

1750

Robert received 5/- poor relief.

 

1751

Robert received 5/- poor relief.

 

1752

Robert son of Robert baptised Jan. 19th.

 

 

Robert son of Robert buried June 12th.

 

 

Robert's house rent of 10/6d per year paid to Jacob Robinson out of parish funds. (CWA 1714-1800).

 

 

Robert received 4/6 poor relief.

 

1753

Robert received 4/- poor relief.

 

1754

George son of Robert baptised March 3rd.

 

 

Robert received 4/- poor relief.

 

1755

Robert received 5/- poor relief.

 

1756

Robert received 4/6 poor relief.

 

1757

Robert received 4/- poor relief.

 

1758

George son of Robert buried Jan. 31st.

 

 

Robert had his window glazed at parish expense 1/1d (CWA 1714-1800).

 

1759

Robert received a coat and waistcoat costing 9/7d from parish funds. (CWA 1714-1800).

 

1763

Robert buried April 22nd.

 

1764

Mary and Adam Duglas of Newbigging. Banns read August. (PR/F/11).

 

1767

Alice Turner's child's coffin paid for 5/6d (CWA).

 

1788

Removal order for John and his family to Cresswell 7th May.

 

1789

John and Isabel Turnbull of Alnwick. Banns read May. (PR/F/38).

 

1790

Alexander son of George baptised Oct. 10th.

 

 

Mary, widow of Burdgim (Burgham) Felton, buried Sept. 20th. Mary's coffin 9/-; curate and clerk's fees 2/-; bread and ale at funeral 4/-; removing corps from Burgham 4/-. Total 19/-. (CWA).

 

1807

Thomas witnessed wedding of William McDowell and Susannah Young 4th Sept. (PR/F/59)

 

1835

On the application of ? Turner for relief now of Stannington, agreed to allow her nothing at this time. 15th Nov. (EP 19/28)

Turney

 

 

 

1717

Jane married Cuthbert Richardson July 30th.

Tweddie

 

 

 

1851

JOSEPH, head, aged 46, farmer, born Belford. (Census).

 

 

Elizabeth, wife to Joseph, aged 41, born Hebron (Census).

 

 

Margaret, daughter to Joseph, aged 3, born Bedlington (Census).

 

 

Sarah, daughter to Joseph, aged 1, born Ulgham. (Census).

 

 

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

 

 

GEORGE, head, aged 30, railway lab. at Ulgham Grange, born Warkworth. (Census).

 

 

Elizabeth, wife to George, aged 26, born Haltwhistle. (Census).

 

 

John, son to George, aged 2, born Ulgham. (Census).

 

 

George, son to George, aged 8 months, born Ulgham. (Census).

 

1861

GEORGE, head, aged 39, platelayer at Railway Cottages, born Warkworth. (Census).

 

 

Elizabeth, wife to George, aged 36, born Haltwhistle (Census).

 

 

John, son to George, aged 11, scholar, born Ulgham. (Census).

 

 

George, son to George, aged 10, scholar, born Ulgham (Census).

 

 

M.A., daughter to George, aged 9, scholar, born Ulgham. (Census).

 

 

Robert, son to George, aged 7, scholar, born Ulgham. (Census).

Tweedy

 

 

 

1793

Elizabeth daughter of William baptised July 5th.

 

1796

William of Earsdon married Margaret Jordan 8th May. William witnessed. (PR/F/44)

 

 

Jane daughter of William and Elizabeth born 28th Jan. baptised 28th Feb.

 

1798

William of Ulgham Cockles volunteered for Posse Comitatus (QSB 90/11/30).

 

1871

Alice, aged 50, living at Ulgham Broom with Ann Coxon. Unmarried. Born Linton. (Census).

 

1881

Alice, aged 62, cousin to William Coxon, living with him at Ulgham Broom, born Widdrington. (Census).

 

1882

John, widower, miner of Stobswood Colliery, son of John, married Martha Ann Shell, Sept. 9th (PR 1837-1959 30/60).

 

1896

John, husband of M.A., died on Feb. 9th aged 41. (tombstone)

Tyler

 

 

 

1749

Mr. Tyler was paid 12/1 by the parish for wood for Ulgham Mill Bridge (CWA 1714-1800).

Tyrrell

 

 

 

1546

Sir Richard, Esq., leased Newminster lands at Ulgham Grange for 21 years at 13/6/8d. (P.S.A. 3rd., Vol.I 1903-4. Newminster Cartulary 307, 310 and 312).

 

1547

Sir Richard relinquished the lands to Sir Thomas Grey.

Tyzack

 

 

 

1841

Dorothy witnessed wedding of George Park and Margaret Blyth 22nd May. (PR 1837-1959 8/9).

 

1861

Isabella, head, aged 18, unmarried, at Ulgham Cockles Farm House, born Newcastle. (Census).

 

 

John, brother to Isabella, unmarried, aged 13, born Newcastle. (Census).

 

 

 

Umfray, Umphray.

 

 see Humphrey

Urwin, Urwen, Irwin

 

 

 

1761

Edward buried Oct. 25th.

 

1772

Mary daughter of Edward buried. Feb. 7th.

 

1785

Mary buried Jan. 14th. Poor.

 

1787

Eleanor buried Sept. 21st.

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