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ULGHAM GENEALOGY

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

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Vass

 

 

 

1932-37.

A. Vass, Constable, lived at Ulgham. He bought the police house (one half of Lynebank) and lived in it after he retired.

Vickerson

 

 

 

1791

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

Vint

 

 

 

1785

George was holder of Bond of Indemnity for Barbara Patterson's bastard child. (CWA).

Waddell, Waddle

 

 

 

1762

Henry, husbandman. (Militia List).

 

1881

THOMAS aged 33, ag.lab. at Ulgham Park, born Embleton. (Census).

 

 

Margaret, daughter to Thomas, aged 9, scholar, born Morpeth. (Census).

 

 

Margaret, mother to Thomas, widow, aged 61, housekeeper, born Lowick. (Census).

 

 

Elenor, sister? to Thomas, aged 30, bondager, born Embleton (Census).

 

 

Thomas, nephew to Thomas, aged 13, scholar, born Lowick. (Census).

 

 

WILLIAM, ag.lab, at Norwoods, aged 44, born Gothridge (Census).

 

 

Elenor, wife to William, aged 44, born Belford. (Census).

 

 

William, son to William, aged 19, ag.lab., born Embleton (Census).

 

 

Margaret, daughter to William, aged 17, servant, born Belford. (Census).

 

 

George, son to William, aged 16, coalminer, born Belford. (Census).

 

 

John, son to William, aged 14, coalminer, born Belford. (Census).

 

 

James, son of William, aged 8, scholar, born Woodhorn. (Census).

 

 

Jane, daughter of William, aged 4, born Embleton (Census).

 

 

Thomas, son of William, aged 3, born Embleton (Census).

 

 

Elenor, daughter to William, aged 10 months, born Rock. (Census).

Wailes

 

 see Wayles.

Wait (?Connected with White?)

 

 

 

1712/3

John married Margaret Hills Jan. 8th (PR).

Wake

 

 

 

1728

Susannah married Ogle Ran June 11th.

 

1818

Ann daughter of Ann baptised 21st Jan.

 

1822

Joseph son of Ann baptised 1st Feb.

Wakenshaw

 

 

 

1887

William, master shifter, Stobswood Colliery. (Bulmer).

Waker?

 

 

 

1662

Jane daughter of ? baptised 15th Nov. (PR).

Walby

 

 See also Wawby

 

1851

Mary, single, aged 16, servant at Ulgham Fence, born Alwinton. (Census).

Walker

 

 

 

1611

Oswald appointed as something illegible in Thomas Hunter's Will.

 

1766

David buried April 28th

 

1768

Jane, widow, buried Sept. 23rd.

Wallace

 

 

 

1828

Robert, shoemaker and grocer. (Parson and White).

 

1841

Mary, aged 75, grocer. (Census).

 

1803

Robert of Earsdon married Mary Taylor 21st Nov. (PR/F/56).

Wallgate

 

 

 

1708

Ann received 1/6d at Easter.

Walton

 

 

 

1713

Ralph buried May 30th (PR).

 

1715

John of Morpeth married Elizabeth Cook of the same Nov. 28th.

 

1755

To Joseph Walton for 20 loads of drest slates 6/-/- (CWA 1714-1800).

 

1755

To widow Walton for her men slating the chapel 3/5/-. (CWA 1714-1800).

Wanless

 

 

 

1652 *

John married Elizabeth Douglas 14th May (PR)

 

1662 *

John married Elizabeth Douglas 14th May (PR)

Wann

 

 

 

1758

Robert buried Feb. 8th.

Ward

 

 

 

1871

THOMAS I., aged 34, farmer of 314 acres at Ulgham Park employing 4 men and 4 women. Born Highgate, London. (Census).

 

 

Sarah Smetham, wife to Thomas, aged 33, born Newcastle. (Census).

 

 

Eveline Spencer, daughter to Thomas, aged 6, born Wingfield. (Census).

 

 

Beatrice, daughter to Thomas, aged 3, born Ulgham Park. (Census).

 

 

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

Wardall, Wardle.

 

 

 

1773

John has draft agreement re sale of timber (HN 44/55).

 

1775

John attended court at James McNab's settlement hearing, 10/6d and was allowed 3 days' expenses 7/-

 

1794

Mrs. Wardall named as tenant at Ulgham Fence (Fryer Plan).

 

1811

Hannah assessed at 222/6/6d and paid 6/6d towards cost of building new Courts of Justice (CWA).

 

1819

Hannah buried Sept. 6th.

 

1835

Agreed to pay no more money for Anthony's child 25th Jan. (EP 19/28).

Wardlaw

 

 

 

1851

George, head, aged 60, husbandman, born Ellingham (Census).

 

 

Elizabeth, wife to George, aged 60, born Scotland. (Census).

Wardlee

 

 

 

1859

Agnes of Ferneybeds, daughter of Edward, deceased, married Alexander Tennent of Wallsend May 15th (PR 1837-1959 16/32).

Warren

 

 

 

1611

Robert of ?? owed 10/9/-d to Thomas Hunter's estate.

Warwick

 

 

 

1933

Charlie, husband of Mary Helen, died 15th Dec. aged 73. (Tombstone).

Watson

 

 

 

1616

Thomas married Isabel Robinson 9th June.

 

1619

Clement accused by Thomas Potts.

 

 

Clement helps make up John Anderson's Inventory.

 

 

Clement named as Sworn Man.

 

1619/53

Thomas stood accused of abusing the bailiff and for trespass. (CR).

 

1623

Isabel named as tenant.

 

 

William accused of letting his yard dicke lie down (CR).

 

1624

Issabel didn't use the Lord's Mill one time. She stood accused for her servant making a rescewe of the sworn man and that she didn't unyoke her oxen. (CR).

 

1629

Frances, son of Thomas, enrolled as apprentice to Butchers Co., and made freeman 1637/8. (A.A. (3rd) Vol.XIV p.29).

 

1631

Lease to Henry, yeoman, dated 15th Oct. of messuage and tenement (HN 44/4).

 

 

Thomas accused of slander by George Lawson. q.v. (CR)

 

1643

Henry married Alice Lawson 29th June (PR)

 

1645

? appointed as Chapel Warden.

 

1652 *

A(lice?) wife of Henry died 19th July (PR)

 

 

Jane, daughter of George, baptised 15th November.

 

1657

? daughter of Henry baptised.

 

1661

Agnes married Thomas Potts the Younger.

 

1662 *

Alas, wife of Henry, died 29th July.

 

1664

Henry taxable on one hearth.

 

1669

Henry married Margery Grey 9th Feb. (PR)

 

 

Isabel married John Thomson, tanner of Morpeth, 29th April. (PR)

 

1681

Henry witnessed George Albon's Will, making his mark.

 

1687

Mem. that George Watson of Ulgham did leave five pounds to ye poor of Ulgham Chapplry which is in Ann Green's hand (EP 19/23).

 

 

Henry appraised Robert Coward's estate.

 

1688

Henry appointed as Chapel Warden (EP 19/23). Collected for a breafe for ye French protestants one pound nine shillings and sixpence by Henry Watson and Robert Dobson Church wardens (CWA).

 

1689

Henry appointed as Chapel Warden (EP 19/23). Received of Mr. Henry Watson and Mr. Edward Gray Churchwardens of ye chappelry of Ulgham in ye County of Northumberland for ye brief of Bungay in Suffolk ye sum of eight shillings and sevenpence farthing by me November 25th 1689. Charles West, Curate.

 

1694

Henry of Ulgham buried Aug. 20th. (PR)

 

1700/1

Margery of Ulgham, widow, buried Feb. 1st (PR).

 

1710/1

Barbara wife of John buried March ? (PR)

 

1714/5

Eleanor (Elloner) wife of Robert buried March 13th.

 

1715

Robert Watson married Margaret Watson June 14th.

 

1716

Elinora daughter to Robert baptised April 19th.

 

1727

Thomas married Isabel Taylor Nov. 16th.

 

1728

George married Mary Coward June 6th

 

1736

John of Warkworth Parish married Mary Atkinson Nov. 11th.

 

 

Thomas married Margery Todd June 24th.

 

1737

Henry Watson leased Glebe land which was farmed by John Hare and Alice Coward (EP 28/62).

 

 

Mary daughter of Thomas baptised Sept. 18th.

 

1738

Mary daughter of Thomas buried May 20th poor

 

1739

Jane daughter of Thomas baptised Aug. 19th.

 

1740

Anne married Nicholas Reed June 26th.

 

1741

Mary daughter of Thomas buried Aug. 15th.

 

1744

William son of Thomas baptised July 8th.

 

1746

Thomas Todd son of Margery buried Oct. 29th.

 

 

Thomas Todd son of Margery Watson buried Oct. 29th.

 

1750

Jane daughter of Thomas buried June 15th.

 

1755

To Mr. Watson for 63 feet of Firr timber at 9s. 2/7/3d. (CWA 1714-1800).
Ditto for 60 Christiana Deals 12 foots 4/12/6d). (CWA 1714-1800).

 

1757

Thomas married Mary Fairbairn 2nd July (PR/F/4).

 

1759

John son of Thomas baptised April 15th.

 

1761

Ralph son of William of Widdrington baptised Nov. 15th.

 

 

Thomas son of Thomas baptised Jan. 4th.

 

1762

Robert is miller (Militia List).

 

 

Thomas named as husbandman (Militia List).

 

1763

Robert son of William of Widdrington Steads baptised March 20th.

 

1764

Isabel married Francis Shotton 3rd Nov. (PR/F/12).

 

 

William son of Thomas baptised July 5th.

 

1768

Jane daughter of Thomas Junior buried May 14th.

 

1772

Isobel daughter of Robert baptised June 9th.

 

1773

Isabel daughter of Robert buried May 16th.

 

1774

Mr. Watson was paid 12/1d for timber for chapel roof repairs. (CWA).

 

1775

Ann daughter of Nicholas buried Sept. 2nd.

 

 

Thomas of Newbiggin buried Jan. 29th.

 

 

William son of Nicholas baptised July 5th.

 

1776

Thomas son of Nicholas baptised Dec. 22nd.

 

1780

Removal order for William and family to Brinkburn 13th June.

 

1781

James son of Nicholas baptised May 20th.

 

1786

Barbara, widow of Newbiggin, buried Oct. 20th.

 

 

Eleanor married Robert Pinn of Warkworth 7th Oct. (PR/F/34).

 

1791

James was holder of Bond of Indemnity for Grace Robson's bastard child.

 

1793

Alice daughter of John baptised Oct. 20th.

 

 

Jane is named as tenant at Ulgham Mill Farm (Fryer Plan).

 

1794

George son of John born April 27th baptised May 11th.

 

 

James son of Nicholas buried June 15th.

 

 

Thomas farms Ulgham Mill with William Reed (Fryer Plan).

 

1800

Jane, nee Cockburn, widow of Nicholas, miller, died 26th buried 28th June aged 62.

 

1805

William of Choppington, pauper, died 7th buried 9th January.

 

1816

Joseph, son of William, hind at Ulgham Grange, baptised 1st Sept.

 

1817

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

 

 

William married Elizabeth Scott with parental consent 11th May. (ROM 1813-34 4/10)

 

1818

Dorothy daughter of William, hind, and Catherine baptised 14th April.

 

 

Margaret, daughter of William, hind at Ulgham Grange, and Mary, baptised 10th May.

 

1820

Isabella, daughter of William, hind, Ferneybeds, and Catherine baptised 20th Feb.

 

 

John son of William, hind at Ulgham Mill, and Catherine, baptised 27th Aug.

 

1820/1

Mary was visited by Dr. Hedley 10/-, admitted to lunatic Hospital 1/1/-; taken to hospital 13/-; clothes 19/-; funeral expenses 1/11/- (CWA).

 

1823

John son of Michael, labourer, and Elizabeth, baptised 6th July.

 

1824

Robert son of Thomas, husbandman at Ulgham Hope, and Elizabeth, baptised 1st Aug.

 

1825

John buried March 15th aged 2.

 

 

Mary daughter of Michael, labourer, and Elizabeth, baptised 9th Jan.

 

1826

John, son of Thomas, husbandman, and Elizabeth, baptised 25th June.

 

 

William son of William of Ulgham Mill and Catherine baptised 15th Jan.

 

1828

John buried April 29th aged 2.

 

 

Sarah Ann daughter of William and Catherine, labourer at Ulgham Mill, baptised Nov. 2nd.

 

 

William of Ulgham Mill buried Nov. 13th aged 25.

 

1832

Elizabeth married Thomas Spraggan 20th May (ROM 1813-34 14/40).

 

1841

HENRY aged 30, shepherd, at Ulgham Grange (Census).

 

 

Margaret, wife to Henry, aged 25 (Census).

 

 

Margaret, daughter to Henry, aged 3 (Census).

 

 

Lancelot, son to Henry, aged 6 months. (Census).

 

 

ELIZABETH, aged 50 (Census).

 

 

Thomas aged 20, ?son to Elizabeth (Census).

 

 

Ann, ?daughter to Elizabeth, aged 20 (Census).

 

 

Robert, ?son to Elizabeth, aged 15 (Census).

 

1847

John, husbandman, son of William, husbandman, married Eleanor Cutter, June 19th. Sarah witnessed (PR 1837-1959 10/20).

 

 

Thomas, husbandman, son of Thomas, husbandman, married Sarah Bone, July 4th. Robert witnessed. (PR 1837-1959 11/21).

 

1851

THOMAS, head, aged 30, ag.lab, born Ulgham (Census).

 

 

Sarah, wife to Thomas, aged 29, born Felton. (Census).

 

 

Ann, daughter to Thomas, aged 2, born Felton (Census).

 

 

HENRY, head, aged 40, shepherd, born Warkworth. (Census).

 

 

Margaret, wife to Henry, aged 37, born ? (Census).

 

 

Margaret, daughter to Henry, aged 13, born Longhoughton (Census).

 

 

Lancelot, son to Henry, aged 10, scholar, born Warkworth (Census).

 

 

Ann, daughter to Henry, aged 8, scholar, born Ulgham. (Census).

 

 

Rachel, daughter to Henry, aged 4, born Warkworth (Census).

 

 

John, son to Henry, aged 2, born Warkworth. (Census).

 

 

ROBERT, single, aged 20, drainer, born Ulgham (Census).

 

 

GEORGE, head, aged 25, ag.lab. born Woodhorn. (Census).

 

 

Mary, wife to George, aged 28, born Cramlington (Census).

 

 

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

 

 

William, visiting William, single, aged 32, aug.lab, born Widdrington (Census).

 

 

CHARLOTTE, single, aged 22, born Newcastle, governess at Ulgham Grange (Census).

 

1853

Every fair means to be used to induce Sarah Watson to leave the parish on or before 12th Aug. to the end that she may be removed to the place of her legal settlement. 27th June (EP 19/28).

 

1867

Ellen, wife of John, died at Murton Square on Nov. 5th aged 45. (tombstone)

 

1890

Mary Elizabeth married George Eastham.

 

1890

James, brother of Robert, died 20th March aged 7 (Tombstone).

 

1895

Isabella, wife of Robert, died 17th July aged 26 (Tombstone).

 

1897

John, husband of Ellen, died at Ellington on Sept. 10th aged 77. (tombstone)

Waugh

 

 

 

1740

Edward was paid 15/9d for 10 days pointing and mending slates of chapel with slates from Bolam Quarry and lime from Stanton (CWA 1714-80)

 

1750

To Edward Waugh for one day mending the roof of the chapple 1/6d (CWA 1714-1800).

Wawby

 

see also Walby

 

1619/53

John accused of having a lodge and putting a bull in the faugh.

 

1643

Margaret married Thomas Trewhaite July 6th. (PR)

Wawdy

 

 

 

1647

John seeks compensation for hay taken from him by troopers.

Wayles, Wailes

 

 

 

1606

Ursula Wayles to receive the first calfe of the black quey and if it be a quey calfe to be brought about the house until it be a cowe and if it be an ox-calfe until it be an ox". She is also to receive a swine hogg. (Gawin Mitforth's Will.)

Weatherhead

 

 

 

1701

Matthew son of Cuthbert baptised June 19th (PR).

 

1748

Elizabeth daughter of Robert buried May 27th.

 

1748/9

George buried March 10th.

Weatherston

 

 

 

1765

Isable wife of William buried March 7th.

Wedderburn

 

 

 

1871

Agnes, unmarried, aged 24, servant to Tindale at Ulgham Grange, born England. (Census).

Weddell, Weddle.

 

 

 

1759

William son of Henry baptised April 1st.

 

1760

Isable daughter Henry baptised Aug. 17th.

 

1763

Robert son of Henry baptised Aug. 28th.

 

1778

Isabel daughter of Henry buried Feb. 15th.

 

1785

William son of Henry buried Dec. 22nd.

 

1791

William supposed son of Robert baptised Nov. 13th.

 

1794

Henry buried Feb. 14th.

 

1871

John, aged 63, ag.lab. at Ferneybeds, born Scotland. (Census).

 

 

Dorothy, wife to John, aged 50, born Scotland. (Census).

 

 

James, son to John, aged 28, unmarried, born Scotland.

 

 

Elizabeth, daughter to John, aged 18, unmarried, born Scotland. (Census).

 

 1891

Eleanor, wife of Thomas, late of Widdrington, died on May 31st aged 70. (tombstone)

 

 1897

Thomas, husband of Eleanor, died at Ulgham Cockles on March 13th aged 75. (tombstone)

Weldon

 

 

 

1776

Henry son of Henry baptised Nov. 3rd.

 

1786

Ann, widow, buried May 28th.

West

 

 

 

1689

Charles is curate.

 

1691

Charles is curate.

Westgarth

 

 

 

1670

Anthony married Jane ? 14th July. (PR)

 

1671

Margaret daughter of Anthony baptised April 25th (PR).

 

1716

Jane wife of Anthony buried Aug. 2nd.

 

1720

Anthony buried May 10th.

Wharrier, Wharier

 

 

 

1727

George son of John of Northwoodhouse baptised March 14th

 

1727/8

John of Northwoodhouse, poor, buried March 14th.

 

1733

Mary of Tritlington buried April 8th.

 

1736

John married Elizabeth Meldrum June 17th.

 

1736/7

Anne widow buried Feb. 10th. Poor.

 

1737

Mary daughter John baptised April 28

 

1798

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

 

1841

George, aged 15, unmarried servant at Ulgham Grange (Census).

 

 

ROBERT aged 35, Shoemaker (Census).

 

 

Ann, wife to Robert, aged 35 (Census).

 

 

Isabella, daughter to Robert, aged 9 (Census).

 

 

Edward, son to Robert, aged 7 (Census).

 

 

William, son to Robert, aged 5 (Census).

 

 

Robert, son to Robert, aged 3 (Census).

 

 

Eloner, daughter to Robert, aged 1 (Census).

Whealas

 

 

 

1822

Joseph appealed for money to pay bonesetter and doctor (SVM)

 

1825

Joseph's dog to be destroyed. (SVM).

 

1833

Isabella allowed 1/6d per week till May (EP 19/28).

 

1834

Isabella allowed 1/6d per week. (EP 19/28).

Whealans

 

 

 

1809

Christopher married Sarah Summers 28th May. Elizabeth witnessed, (PR/F/61).

 

1881

ROBERT aged 41, shepherd at Ulgham Park. Son-in-law to John Brown, retired farmer. born Alnwick. (Census).

 

 

John, grandson to John Brown, aged 12, scholar, born Bothal. (Census).

 

 

Jane A., granddaughter to John Brown, aged 8, scholar, born Bothal (Census).

 

 

Annie B., granddaughter to John Brown, aged 6, scholar, born Bothal (Census).

Wheeler

 

 

 

1737

Catherine married Ralph Holmes of Cramlington May 10th.

 

1740

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

 

1742

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

 

1781

Eleanor daughter of James baptised July 5th.

Whillis

 

See Willis

Whinham

 

See also Hownam.
The family of John, farmer, links to their previous generation, who came from Burradon. Their father, Henry, and mother were servants at Biddlestone Hall, later at Callaly Castle.

 

1765/6

Thomas received 2/5- poor relief for 9 months (CWA).

 

1766/7

Thomas received 3/10/6d weekly poor relief.

 

1830/1

John appointed as Overseer of the Poor.

 

1841

HENRY aged 35 (Census).

 

 

JOHN aged 45, farmer at Middle Stobswood (Census).

 

 

Margaret, wife to John, aged 45 (Census).

 

 

Margaret, daughter to John, aged 15 (Census).

 

 

Elenor, daughter to John, aged 15 (Census).

 

 

Jane, daughter to John, aged 14 (Census).

 

 

Robert, son to John, aged 13 (Census).

 

 

Ann, daughter to John, aged 10 (Census).

 

 

Mary, daughter to John, aged 8 (Census).

 

 

Elizabeth, daughter to John, aged 6 (Census).

 

 

Barbara, daughter to John, aged 3 (Census).

 

 

Henry, son to John, aged 3 months. (Census).

 

 

MARGARET, aged 75, lived at Middle Stobswood (Census).

 

1846

Margaret, daughter of John, Middle Stobswood, married John Brown, farmer, Oct. 31st. Jane witnessed. (PR 1837-1959 9/18)

 

1847

John, of Stobswood. (Appointment of Constables).

 

1851

Henry, married, aged 40, servant to John Tweddie, born Alnwick (Census).

 

1855

John, farmer, Middle Stobswood (Whellan).

 

1861

John, aged 64, farmer at West Stobswood of 240 acres employing 4 men, born Burratton (Census).

 

 

Margaret, wife to John, aged 62, born Felton (Census).

 

 

Mary, daughter to John, unmarried, aged 28, born Ulgham (Census).

 

 

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

 

 

Christopher, son to John, aged 16, born Ulgham (Census).

 

1871

John, aged 76, farmer of 247 acres at Middle Stobswood, employing 2 labourers, born Burradon (Census).

 

 

Margaret, wife to John, aged 74, born Felton. (Census).

 

 

Henry, son to John, aged 30, unmarried, born Stobswood (Census).

 

 

Christopher, son to John, aged 27, unmarried, born Stobswood (Census).

 

1887

Christopher was at Middle and West Stobswood (Bulmer).

 

 1907

Christopher, brother of Ellen Davison, died April aged 62 (tombstone) 

Whinney

 

 

 

1697

William son of George baptised June 12th. (PR).

 

1699

George son of George baptised Aug. 6th (PR).

 

1701

Janet daughter of George baptised Oct. 30th (PR).

 

1704

Thomas son of George baptised April (PR).

White (Connection with Wait?)

 

 see also Wight

 

1622

John Whyte owes John Lawson's estate 15/-.

 

1706

Thomas married Alice Dixon April 24th (PR).

 

1711

Thomas buried Oct. 13th (PR).

 

1712

Alice married William Richardson Sept. 25th (PR).

 

1713/4

John married Margaret Albon Feb. 9th.

 

1740

John received Poor Relief 3/- per week. (CWA 1714-1800)

 

1741

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

 

1742

John received Poor Relief 3/- per week. (CWA 1714-1800)

 

 

Margaret wife of John buried Oct. 27th (poor). Her coffin provided by James Bowrie at parish expense 5/- (CWA 1714-1800)

 

1743

John received Poor Relief of 3/- per week (CWA 1714-1800)

 

1743/4

John received Poor Relief 3/6 per week. (CWA 1714-1800)

 

1744/5

John of Ulgham buried March 21st.

 

1746

John "looked to" by Dorothy Harbottle (CWA 1714-1800)

 

1767

Lewis son of John buried Nov. 23rd.

 

1871

John, servant aged 45 to Robert Brown of Ulgham Cockles, born Ireland. (Census).

 

1881

James, aged 40, unmarried farm servant at Ulgham Broom, born Ireland. (Census).

 

1914-18

L.Cpl. R. White killed (War Memorial).

Whitehead

 

 

 

1841

Joseph aged 35 labourer at Middle Stobswood. born outside Northumberland (Census).

 

 

Jane, wife to Joseph, aged 25, born outside Northumberland (Census).

Whitley

 

 

 

1871

ROBERT, aged 59, labourer at Ulgham Grange, born Ireland. (Census).

 

 

Jane, wife to Robert, aged 58, born Armagh (Census).

 

 

James, son to Robert, aged 21, coalminer, born Lowick (Census).

 

 

William, son to Robert, aged 19, farm servant, born Lowick (Census).

 

 

Joseph son to Robert aged 16, coalminer, born Lowick (Census).

Whittle

 

 

 

1861

WILLIAM aged 27, ag.lab. at Ulgham Park Cottage, born Hepscott (Census).

 

 

M.J., wife to William, aged 24, born Chouston (Census).

 

 

T.E., son to William, aged 2, born Widdrington (Census).

 

 

J.W., son to William, aged 6 months, born Ulgham (Census).

 

1871

Thomas Edward, aged 12, grandson of John Wood, colliery owner at Ulgham Mill, born Widdrington (Census).

 

1881

Thomas Edward, signalman at Ulgham, son of William, married Eleanor Bolton, Dec. 17th (PR 1837-1959 29/57)

 

1883

Mary Ann, of Ulgham, daughter of William, engineman, married Henry Redpath, Dec. 29th (PR 1837-1959 34/68)

 

1888

Margaret Jane, aged 22, of Ulgham Grange Colliery, daughter of William, miner, married William Ewart Clark of Tweedmouth Jan. 12th (PR 1837-1959 42/84).

Wight

 

see also White

 

1816

Agnes Wight, born May 20(?)th 1815, died Aug. (2?)6th. (tombstone)

Wilkin

 

 

 

1841

JOHN aged 40, ag.lab at Farneybeds (Census).

 

 

Margaret wife to John aged 30 (Census).

 

 

Elizabeth, aged 1, daughter to John (Census).

 

1851

JOHN aged 52, farm lab. at Farneybeds, born Stannington (Census).

 

 

Margaret, wife to John aged 42, born Newcastle (Census).

 

 

Elizabeth, daughter to John, aged 11, born Alnwick (Census).

 

 

Isabella, daughter to John, aged 1, born Ulgham (Census).

 

 

Margaret, daughter to John, aged 1 month, born Ulgham (Census).

 

1861

MARGARET, widow, aged 52, housekeeper at School House, born Newcastle (Census).

 

 

Margaret, daughter to Margaret, aged 10, scoller, born Ulgham (Census).

 

 

Elizabeth, unmarried housemaid at Ulgham House, aged 21, born Alnwick (Census).

Wilkinson

 

 

 

1619

? was accused of ? (CR).

 

1738

James married Isabel Thompson Aug. 12th.

 

1742

Isable cooked for Ralph Swan and his wife when they were sick and was paid 4/- (CWA 1714-1800)

 

1749

Margery daughter of Thomas buried Nov. 26th.

 

1752

Matthew married Anne Pearson Oct. 27th.

 

1755

Elizabeth married Thomas Harkus 8th June (PR/F/1,2)

 

1756

Thomas buried Oct. 12th.

 

1758

Matthew and others scoured a ditch by Ulgham and laid a drain.

 

1760

Catherine, widdow, buried Dec. 23rd.

 

1762

Thomas, taylor (Militia List).

 

1765

Thomas married Catherine Pearson 5th May (PR/F/13)

 

1766

Matthew son of Thomas Baptised April 20th.

 

1768

Jane daughter of Thomas baptised Oct. 16th.

 

1771

George son of Thomas baptised Sept. 29th.

 

1773

Thomas son of Thomas baptised March 14th.

 

1774

Ann married Anthony Golightly of Shields 15th Dec. George witnessed. (PR/F/22).

 

1774

James signs Parish Records as curate pro tem.

 

1775

Catherine daughter of Thomas baptised July 5th.

 

1782

Isabel wife of James buried Dec. 15th.

 

1783

Ann wife of Matthew buried March 18th.

 

1787

James buried Nov. 2nd.

 

1788

Margaret married Geo. Clark 5th Jan. (PR/F/36).

 

1794

Jane married John Nelson 5th July (PR/F/42).

 

1798

Matthew, molecatcher, died 27th buried 29th October.

 

1798

Thomas, senior and junior, volunteered for Posse Comitatus (QSB 90/11/30)

 

1801/2

Thom, tailor, was paid for covering the cushion on the Reading Desk, 6d. (CWA).

 

1802

George married Ann Potter 3rd July (PR/F/53).

 

1806

George witnessed wedding of Thomas Gallon and Ann Nicholson.

 

1808

Catherine married William Robson 2nd July (PR/F/60).

 

1834

Margery, brought from Newcastle. Agreed to allow her 2s per week, 2s in advance, and 2s to pay her expenses back to Newcastle. (EP 19/28 Nov. 27th.)

 

 

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

 

1871

WILLIAM, aged 26, coal miner deputy, at Ulgham Grange, born Rothbury (Census).

 

 

Mary, wife to William, aged 29, born Rothbury (Census).

 

 

John, son to William, aged 4, born Longhorsley (Census).

 

 

Esther, daughter to William, aged 3, born Longhorsley (Census).

 

 

Dorothy, daughter to William, aged 1, born Ulgham (Census).

 

 

George, brother to William, unmarried coalminer aged 24, born Netherwitton (Census).

 

 

John Ainsley, brother to William, aged 17, coalminer, born Netherwitton (Census).

 

1914/18

Cpt. J. Wilkinson killed (War Memorial).

Willet

 

 

 

1881

Sarah, married, aged 38, housekeeper at Ulgham Vicarage, born Avington, Berks. (Census).

 

 

Henry, aged 13, boarder at Ulgham Vicarage and scholar, born Reading, Berks. (Census).

 

1882

Harry received 8/6d for singing in the Church Choir (Church Log).

Willis, Whillis.

 

 

 

1782

William son of Joseph baptised Nov. 10th.

 

1798

Joseph of Ulgham Grange volunteered for the Posse Comitatus (QSB 90/11/30).

 

1807

Elizabeth, wife of Joseph, hind, died 1st buried 3rd November.

 

1811

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

 

1813

Joseph married Isabella Carr 21st Nov. (ROM 1813-34 1/1).

 

1897

Miss E. Willis, assistant school teacher, 12th Nov. 1897 to 15th Sept. 1899. (School Log).

 

1899/14

Isabella was school teaching assistant from 22nd Sept. to 30th July 1914. (School Log. She married Christopher Heslop, another teacher, according to Ethel Jackson).

Wills (Willis?)

 

 

 

1815

Robert, son of Joseph (hind at Farneybeds) and Isable baptised 26th March.

Wilson

 

 

 

1610

Edward buried 30th July.

 

1651

Din-- married Thos. Potts the younger 15th July. (PR)

 

1652 *

Charles son of Robert baptised 9th December. (PR)

 

 

Isabell (?Wilson) married Matthew Brotherwick 20th Nov. (PR)

 

1662 *

Charles son of ? baptised 2nd Dec. (PR)

 

1663

Charles son of Richard buried ? March. (PR)

 

1664

Richard taxable on four hearths.

 

1667

E. Wilson sold Ulgham bark from Ulgham Wood (Morpeth Misc.)

 

1668

Richard received 59/5/- for bark sent to Morpeth tanneries from Ulgham Park Wood. 1st July.

 

1669

Mary daughter of ? baptised ? April (PR)

 

1670

Alexander married Ann ? 24th May. (PR)

 

 

Robert Wilson and Elizabeth ?married (PR)

 

 

Appointment by Charles, Earl of Carlisle of Richard Wilson of Oulgham, Gentleman, as his attorney to take possession of the premises conveyed in No.4, 15th Sept. 1670. (HN N12/5)

 

1683

Richard's Will. His oldest brother John gets 20 which he owes to Richard. John's son Peter and daughter Mary get 5 each. His brother Henry gets 20/- and acquit of debts; Henry's son Peter gets 20. Richard's three sisters, Elizabeth Whitehead, Sarah ?Nolle and Jane Lewis get 5 each. Dinah Potts and Mary Potts, daughters of Thomas Potts, each get 13/6/8d. Richard Potts and Ann Potts get 13 which there father owes between them. Hugh Bird and Henry Wimphrey get 40/- each. Richard's son george gets all the land in Hepscott, and all lands in Coathman (Westmorland) paying his dear mother 6/10/- p.a. Richard's wife Dinah gets 100 lump sum and 10 p.a. plus lodging with George or 5 p.a. The poor of Ulgham Chapelry get 5 plus 10 already given to be invested and the interest used for the poor. George is sole Executor.

 

 

That Mr. Richard Wilson of Ulgham Hall did give fiveteen pounds to ye poore of Ulgham Chappelry and ye interest of ye afore sd. summe of mony to be distributed by Mr. John Pye parson of Morpeth and George Wilson of Ulgham Hall to ye poore of ye afore sd parish every yeare att Easter beginning at Easter in ye yeare of Our Lord God 1684. (CWA)

 

 

Mem: yt after ye decease of Mr. John Pye and George Wilson yt then ye interest of ye poore money is to be distributed by ye present parson of Morpeth and the church wardens of Ulgham (CWA).

 

 

That Mrs. Dinah Wilson did give a black cloathe and a pewter plate to ye use of ye Chappelry of Ulgham, and if any come to borrow ye cloath that lives w'in ye above sd chappelry yt they may pay two shillings for a loan. (CWA).

 

1687

George, gentleman, leased 5 messuages in Ulgham (HN44/13) and 2 in Longhorsley (HN 12/18). George and 4 others leased 6 cottages in Ulgham 2nd April (HN 44/14).

 

1688

Mem. that Mrs. Dinah Wilson did leave five pounds the interest of itt to be pd. yearly educating a poor child att school which is in Robert Dobson's hand. (CWA)

 

1695

George of Ulgham, gentleman, leased messuage in Stobswood. (HN 44/57).

 

 

Thomas son of John buried Nov. 28th (PR)

 

1695/6

Charles son of George of Ulgham buried May 13th. (PR)

 

1696

John son of John baptised August 27th. (PR) George named as tenant in Ulgham.

 

1698

George appraised Inventory of Muriel Fenwick.

 

 

George named as tenant and cottager in Ulgham and Stobswood.

 

 

George son of John baptised May 31st (PR).

 

 

Sarah daughter of George baptised 7th July (PR).

 

1699

John appointed as Constable at Ulgham (MCR).

 

 

George leased 2 messuages in Longhorsley (HN 12/18).

 

 

George leased 5 messuages, 15th June at Ulgham. (HN 44/13) and is named as tenant (MCR)

 

 

Richard appointed as Attorney to Earl of Carlisle.

 

 

Robert married Elizabeth ?

 

 

Thomas son of John buried Nov. 28th.

 

1700

Petrus son of John baptised Sept. 12th (PR).

 

1701

Peter son of John buried May 14th (PR).

 

1702

Alicia married Robert Turner April 14th (PR).

 

1703

Anna daughter of John baptised March 25th (PR).

 

 

Mr. Wilson appointed Constable at Ulgham (MCR).

 

1708

George of Hepscott, Gentleman, leased the capitall messuage called Ulgham Hall with the Wtaer Corn Mil to the same belonging 21st Feb. (HN 44/24).

 

1709

Dinah daughter of John baptised Sept. 15th (PR).

 

1710

John of Stobswood, yeoman, leased messuage in Stobsood 1st June (HN 44/61).

 

 

Richard son of John buried Sept. 2nd (PR).

 

1711

George of Hepscott left 30/- a year to the poor of the country of parish (i.e. Morpeth) including the chapelry of Ulgham, plus 30/- a year to Ulgham. (H.M.2(9).

 

1715

John is tenant at Stobswood (Woodman).

 

 

Richard is tenant (Woodman).

 

1716

John acts for Richard as Chapelwarden.

 

1716

George left to the poor of this chapelry some plot of ground, which, in 1786, was in the possession of George Nelson, of the annual value of 1/10s (Hodgson Morpeth Para 11)

 

1717

Mem: Ye 7s/1d remained of the Chapelry money last Easter dropt by reason John Wilson said he paid it Thomas Barber and Thomas Barber denied that he received it, therefore it was ordered that the remainder be always pd to the new churchwarden when they present their account.

 

1719

Mary daughter of Cuthbert baptised July 16th.

 

1720

Anna daughter of Robert baptised Feb. 9th.

 

 

George son of Edward baptised May 5th.

 

 

Edward Memo April ye 19th 1720. That the second (of the seats that were built behind the close pews) belongs to Edward Wilson . . . they all being built att their charges (CWA)

 

 

Edward appointed as Chapel Warden, serving for Alder's cottage.

 

1722

John son of Edward baptised April 12th.

 

1723/4

Edward's Register of Estate of Ulgham dated 23 March 1723-4. He was 3rd son of George Wilson of Ulgham born 16/5/1695. His wife Ann, daughter of John Cook of Togston, had five sons: George, John, Charles, John and Edward (Two Johns?) and three daughters: Anne, wife of Matthew Scaife; Dinah died in childhood, and Sarah wife of Lawson Armstrong. His stepmother who was George's second wife and the mother of Richard and Edward was daughter of Edward Cook of Amble Newhall. (Surtees Soc. 1918 II Northumbrian Documents)

 

1723

Dinah left 5 for education of a poor child.

 

1723

George of Hepscott left 1.10s for the poor.

 

1723

George of Ulgham left 5 for the poor.

 

1723

Richard left 15 to charity

 

1724

Charles son of Richard baptised June ?

 

1724/5

John junior appointed as Chapel Warden

 

1726

Anne daughter of Edward baptised May 12th.

 

1727

Elizabeth daughter of John of Stobswood baptised April 20th.

 

 

John son of Mr. Edward buried Nov. 5th.

 

1728

John son of Edward baptised Sept. 26th.

 

1729

Ann married Robert Coward May 6th.

 

1729/30

Anne daughter of John baptised March 27th.

 

1730

Sarah daughter of Edward baptised Dec. 31st.

 

1730/1

George appointed as Chapel Warden

 

1734

Edward son of Edward baptised Sept. 19th.

 

1735/6

Edward appointed as Chapel Warden

 

1736

Edward of Ulgham gentleman, leased messuage at Ulgham, 29th Sept. (HN 44/43).

 

1737

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

 

 

John son of Edward buried Aug. 11th.

 

 

George farmed Norwoods

 

 

Robert son of Robert baptised June 19th.

 

1737/8

Edward supposed son of George of Northwoodhouse baptised Feb. 24th.

 

1738

George married Isabel Dixon June 11th.

 

1739

Dinah daughter of Edward baptised May 17th.

 

 

Richard son of George of Northwood-house baptised Sept. 27th.

 

1740

Charles, son of Edward of Ulgham gentleman, enrolled as apprentice Boothman on 2nd Oct. Indentures dated 12th June. His Master was Utrick Reay. (Surtees Soc. Vol. 101 Newcastle Merchant Adventurers Vol.II)

 

 

George paid 5/- Easter dues.

 

1740/1

Edward appointed Chapel Warden (CWA 1714-1800)

 

1741

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

 

 

John son of George of Northwoodhouse baptised Oct. 8th.

 

1742

Edward paid Easter dues.

 

 

George paid 5/- Easter dues.

 

 

George was paid 1/- for a fox head (CWA 1714-1800)

 

 

John received 5/- weekly Poor Relief (CWA 1714-1800)

 

 

Charles son of Edward of Ulgham enrolled as apprentice to Joseph Reay as Boothman

 

1742/3

Dinah daughter of Edward buried March 19th.

 

1743

Anne of Northwoodhouse buried May 21st.

 

 

George son of George baptised Dec. 15th.

 

 

John of Northwoodhouse buried May 7th.

 

 

John received 5/- weekly poor relief.

 

1745

Edward paid Easter dues.

 

1745/6

George received 5/- weekly poor relief, and 7/6d when sick several times.

 

1746

Anne daughter of George baptised June 24th.

 

 

Edward paid 1/10/- Easter dues.

 

1747

Charles son of Edward buried Dec. 6th.

 

1748

Edward takes care of 10 left to the parish by Isable Lumsden for the Poor of the parish until further instructions from Morpeth. (CWA 1714-1800) (Money lost 1753 after being loaned to Bolland of Rothbury). (CWA 1714-1800)

 

 

Miss Ann married Mr. Matthew Scaife Nov. 8th by Licence

 

1749

George received 5/- weekly Poor Relief (CWA 1714-1800)

 

 

Thomas married Ann Steward May 3rd.

 

 

William son of George baptised April 14th.

 

 

George's lads are taught at parish expense of 4/- per quarter (CWA 1714-1800)

 

1751

Edward appointed Chapel Warden (CWA 1714-1800)

 

 

George's lads are taught by Mr. Pringle at parish expense of 3/- per quarter (CWA 1714-1800)

 

1752

George of Hepscott, gentleman, leased messuage called Ulgham Park Farm (HN 44/52).

 

 

George received 5/- weekly Poor Relief (CWA 1714-1800)

 

 

Jane daughter of George baptised May 21st.

 

1753

George received 5/- weekly Poor Relief (CWA 1714-1800)

 

1754

George received 5/- weekly Poor Relief (CWA 1714-1800)

 

 

Robert son of John of Stobswood baptised April 28th.

 

1755

Edward's Account of cash rec'd and paid away by Edward Wilson for repairing Ulgham Chapel (CWA 1714-1800)

 

 

George received 5/- weekly Poor Relief (CWA 1714-1800)

 

 

Thomas son of George baptised Oct. 23rd.

 

 

To Edward Wilson for leading the Woods and Deals from the key to Ulgham Chapelry 6/5d

 

 

To Edward Wilson for leading slates from Black Heddon quarry to Ulgham Chappell 8.

 

1756

Edward Wilson's Will in NRO Ref. ZRl 24/26 Ridley MSS.

 

 

George received 5/- weekly Poor Relief (CWA 1714-1800)

 

 

Mr. Edward Wilson buried Aug. 1st.

 

 

William son of John baptised Aug. 22nd.

 

1757

George, son of George and Isabella of Northwood House, died Feb. 6th aged 11. (Tombstone)

 

 

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

 

 

George son of George buried Feb. 5th.

 

1758

Edward paid 112/2/6d for half a year's rent.

 

 

George paid 39/17/6d for half year's rent.

 

1759

Agnes daughter of George baptised Oct. 18th.

 

 

George of Hepscott appointed Guardian to Ralph and Joseph Fenwick until they are 21 under terms of Ralph Fenwick's Will. Edward witnessed the Will.

 

 

Thomas son of John baptised Feb. 4th.

 

1761

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

 

 

Sarah witnessed wedding of John Reid and Mary Coward 29th April (PR/F/7).

 

1762

Eleanor married George Hymers by licence 13th April (PR/F/9).

   

Edward, styled Mr., farmer. (Militia List).

 

 

John, servantman, Ulgham Grange Constablery (Militia List).

 

1764

Edward witnessed wedding of Thomas Rodger and Ann Crisp 11th June (PR/F/11).

 

 

Isable daughter of Thomas baptised June 3rd.

 

1765

Edward witnessed wedding of George Hudson and Jane Rennison 27th May (PR/F/13).

 

1766

Mary daughter of Thomas baptised Aug. 17th.

 

 

Mary wife of Thomas buried Dec. 2nd.

 

 

Mrs. Anne Wilson, widow, buried Sept. 30th.

 

1767

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

 

 

Frances daughter of Edward Baptised Sept. 9th.

 

1768

Ann supposed daughter of Edward (Amble) baptised Nov. 24th.

 

1769

Ann supposed daughter of Edward Wilson buried March 16th.

 

 

Edward son of Mr. Edward baptised Nov. 30th.

 

1771

Thomas son of Mr. Edward baptised May 30th.

 

1772

Ann daughter of Mr. Edward baptised April 2nd.

 

1773

George William son of Mr. Edward baptised Dec. 30th.

 

1774

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

 

1775

Charles son of Mr. Edward baptised Jan. 19th.

 

 

Jane, daughter of George and Isabella of Northwood House, died 7th Sept. aged 23.(Tombstone) (PR says buried Sept. 7th)

 

1776

Isabella, wife of George of Northwood House, died 11th Aug. aged 65. (Tombstone) (PR says buried 11th Aug.)

 

 

William and Jane (Lennard) of Rothbury. Banns read Dec. (PR/F/26).

 

1777

William of Ulgham married Jane Renny of Rothbury Jan. 12th. (Rothbury Parish Records)

 

1778

Mary daughter of Matthew baptised Jan. 18th.

 

 

Sarah daughter of Mr. Edward baptised Jan. 29th.

 

1779

George, formerly of Northwood House, died 12th June aged 81. (Tombstone) (Buried 12th - PR).

 

1780

Elizabeth daughter of Mr. Edward baptised Jan. 14th.

 

1781

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

 

 

Mary daughter of Mr. Edward baptised Sept. 6th.

 

1783

Edward witnessed wedding of Philip Young and Frances Robson 16th June (PR/F/31).

 

1784

Thomas witnessed wedding of John Brown of Morpeth and Mary Ambrey 8th May (PR/F/33).

 

1785

Lawson son of Mr. Edward baptised April 14th, buried Dec. 30th.

 

 

Margaret buried April 22nd, poor.

 

 

Mary married Benjamin Sadler 24th Nov. (PR/F/34).

 

1786

Mr. Edward buried Jan. 29th.

 

1787

Edward married Jane Rogers 27th Oct. (PR/F/35).

 

 

Mary daughter of Thomas buried Dec. 5th.

 

1788

Mary daughter of Edward baptised May 26th.

 

 

Mrs. Wilson is represented by William Albone as Chapel Warden (CWA 1714-1800).

 

1789

Elizabeth daughter of Mr. Edward buried Jan. 31st.

 

 

Mrs. Wilson paid for a new pew in the chapel (CWA 1714-1800).

 

1790

Ann daughter of Edward buried Jan. 11th.

 

 

Edward son of Thomas buried Feb. 28th.

 

1791

Thomas witnessed wedding of Cuthbert Winship and Isable Hudspeth, widow Aug. 18th (PR/F/40).

 

1793

Charles witnessed wedding of Robert Shotton and Jane Reed 19th May (PR/F/40).

 

 

Edward is holder of Bond of Indemnity for Mary Freeman's bastard child (CWA).

 

 

Edward rented a cottage and garth (Fryer Plan).

 

 

Thomas and Charles at Ulgham Park and Ulgham Hope Farms (Fryer Plan).

 

1794

Edward rented a cottage and garth (Fryer Plan).

 

 

Thomas farmed Ulgham East, Ulgham Park and Ulgham Hope Farms. (Fryer Plan).

 

1795

Charles appointed as Overseer of the Poor.

 

 

Thomas, son of George and Isabella of Northwood House, died in London on 15th Jan. aged 46. (Tombstone)

 

1796

Agnes married John Nelson 8th October (PR/F/45).

 

 

Jane daughter of William and Jane born 23rd Sept. baptised 6th Nov.

 

 

Thomas witnessed wedding of John Summers and Jane Carr 3rd July (PR/F/44).

 

1797

Charles witnessed wedding of Joseph Appleby and Jane Hindmarsh, widow, 4th June (PR/F/45).

 

 

Edward, son of George and Isabella of Northwood House, died 2nd Oct. aged -9. (Tombstone)

 

 

Elizabeth married William Ellison 11th Dec. (PR/F/47).

 

1798

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

 

 

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

 

 

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

 

1799

Mary Wilson's Removal Order to Eshott 6th March (CWA).

 

1800

Frances, nee Smith, widow of Edward, gentleman, died 21st buried 26th Jan. aged 55.

 

1800/1

Thomas appointed as Chapel Warden

 

1801

Ann married Douglas Sands of Morpeth by licence 14th May. Thomas witnessed. (PR/F/50).

 

1802

Jane (widow) married John Fawcus 28th Oct. (PR/F/53).

 

 

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

 

1803

Sarah married Ralph Fenwick by licence 23rd Aug. Thomas witnessed. (PR/F/55).

 

1805

John married Margaret Hall of Hebburn 25th Nov. (PR/F/57).

 

1805/6

Thomas appointed as Chapel Warden

 

1811

Thomas was assessed at 784/9/- and paid 1/3/- towards cost of building Courts of Justice (CWA).

 

 

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

 

 

William witnessed wedding of Thomas Dobson and Elizabeth Chilton (PR/F/62).

 

1812

Edward, son of Thomas and Susannah, died 31st May buried 2nd June aged 4 months.

 

1812/3

Thomas appointed as Overseer of the Poor.

 

1813

Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas, farmer at Ulgham, and Susannah, baptised 4th Nov.

 

 

William, son of William, labourer, Tritlington, and Mary baptised 15th Aug.

 

1815

Marianne daughter of William, labourer, and Mary baptised Oct. 1st.

 

1817

Mary married William Douglas 25th May (ROM 1813-34).

 

1818

Esther daughter of William, labourer, and Mary baptised 26th April.

 

 

John buried Oct. 4th aged 77.

 

1820

Elizabeth daughter of William, labourer, and Mary baptised Dec. 24th.

 

1823

Isabel daughter of William, labourer, and Mary baptised Oct. 5th.

 

1826

Margaret daughter of William, butcher, and Mary baptised 23rd April.

 

1827

Mary married Amor Richardson 6th August by licence (ROM 1813-34 10/30).

 

1828

Jane daughter of William and Mary, labourer, baptised Oct. 5th.

 

 

Mary of Newcastle buried Feb. 22nd aged 46.

 

 

Thomas, farmer (Parson and White).

 

1832

Barbara daughter of William and Mary, butcher, baptised July 8th.

 

 

Thomas appointed Overseer of the Poor.

 

1835

Hannah daughter of William baptised.

 

 

Thomas elected to Select Vestry (25th March 1935 EP 19/28)

 

1841

ROBERT, aged 25, ag.lab at Ulgham Grange (Census).

 

 

Isabella, wife to Robert, aged 25. (Census).

 

 

Frances, daughter to Robert, aged 4 (Census).

 

 

PETER, aged 20, male servant at Middle Stobswood living with Whinham, born Scotland. (Census).

 

 

JOHN aged 70, shoemaker. (Census).

 

 

Agnes, aged 80. (Census).

 

 

John, aged 40 (Census).

 

 

Ann aged 40 (Census).

 

 

Jane aged 20. (Census).

 

 

Margaret, aged 7. (Census).

 

 

Agnes, aged 7 (Census).

 

 

Mary, aged 4 (Census).

 

 

Joseph aged 3 (Census).

 

 

WILLIAM, aged 60, butcher. (Census).

 

 

Mary, wife to William, aged 50 (Census).

 

 

Jane, daughter to William, aged 13 (Census).

 

 

Barbara, daughter to William, aged 9 (Census).

 

 

Hannah, daughter to William, aged 5 (Census).

 

1861

WILLIAM, aged 22, unmarried boarder at Railway Station Cottage, born Durham (Census).

 

1871

John, miner of Bothal, son of William (deceased) married Ann Dodds, (ROM 1813-34 21/42).

 

 

JAMES, farm labourer, aged 53, at Ulgham Village, born Cumbernauld, Wigton (Census).

 

 

Elizabeth, wife to James, aged 46, born Beaumont Locks, Cumbernauld. (Census).

 

 

John, son to James, aged 23, coalminer, born Cutters Hall, Durham (Census).

 

 

James, son to James, aged 18, coalminer, born Munk Hall Northumberland. (Census).

 

 

Margaret, daughter to James, aged 16, born Hairlow, Co. Durham (Census).

 

 

Betty, daughter to James, aged 14, born Leadgate, Co. Durham. (Census).

 

 

Henry, son to James, aged 9, scholar, born Parkers Villa, Co. Durham. (Census).

 

1874

Margaret of Ulgham, aged 20, daughter of James, labourer, married Luke Scott June 20th

Windgate(s)

 

 

 

1729

Mary daughter of Matthew baptised Sept. 25th.

 

1732

John son of Matthew baptised Nov. 30th.

 

1735

Pd. Matt. Windgates for Ringing the Bell when there was no Clark 3/- (PSA (New) 5).

 

 

Isabel daughter of Matthew baptised April 29th.

Windler

 

 

 

1720

Margaret married Edward Emilton (Embleton) of Stobswood June 9th.

Winloe

 

 

 

1733

Nathaniel married Isabel Brown Nov. 15th.

Winship

 

 

 

1784

Cuthbert married Sarah Carr 3rd May (PR/F/32).

 

1786

Cuthbert son of Cuthbert baptised July 5th.

 

1789

Margaret daughter of Cuthbert baptised July 6th.

 

1790

Sarah wife of Cuthbert buried May 17th.

 

1791

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

 

1792

(Cuthbert) John son of Cuthbert baptised July 5th.

 

1793

Margaret daughter of Cuthbert buried Dec. 24th.

 

1794

Robert son of Cuthbert baptised July 6th.

 

1795

John son of Cuthbert buried Feb. 13th.

 

1796

Mary daughter of Cuthbert and Isable born 31st March baptised 24th April.

 

1798

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

Wintrip

 

 

 

1896

Robert, husband of Jane E., Stobswood Colliery, accidentally killed on March 28th aged 50. (tombstone)

Wiseman

 

 

 

1901

Mary, school teacher 2/9/1901 to 24/12/1903. (School Log).

Wood

 

 

 

1708

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

 

1762

Charles son of William buried Dec. 3rd.

 

1763

William son of William baptised Nov. 6th.

 

1798

A journey to apprehend Adam Wood, a ballotted man 10/- (CWA).

 

1837

Mary Ann, daughter of John & Mary of Ulgham Grange Villa, died on Dec. 11th aged 2. (Tombstone).

 

1841

Elizabeth, daughter of John & Mary of Ulgham Grange Villa, died on March 13th aged 3. (Tombstone).

 

1846

John, son of John & Mary of Ulgham Grange Villa, died on June 29th aged 18 months. (Tombstone).

 

1869

Zenobia, daughter of John & Mary of Ulgham Grange Villa, died on March 1st aged 26. (Tombstone).

 

1870

William John, brakesman of Ulgham, son of John, Colliery manager, married Dorothy Ann Procter, April 2nd. (PR 1837-1959 21/41).

 

1871

JOHN, colliery owner, aged 54, employing 20 labourers and 7 boys, living at Ulgham Mill, born Northumberland (Census).

 

 

Mary, wife to John, aged 57, born Lorbottle. (Census).

 

 

WILLIAM JOHN, colliery brakesman, aged 23, at Ulgham Grange, born Warkworth. (Census).

 

 

Dorothy, wife to William John, aged 22, born Acklington. (Census).

 

 

ROBERT, coalminer at Ulgham Grange Colliery, aged 41, born England.

 

 

Isabella, wife to Robert, aged 29, born England. (Census).

 

 

John, son of Robert, scholar, aged 10, born England (Census).

 

 

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

 

 

Elizabeth, daughter to Robert, scholar, aged 6, born England (Census).

 

 

Joseph, son to Robert, scholar, aged 4, born England (Census).

 

1876

Isabella, daughter of William John and Dorothy, died March 29th aged 1 year 8 months (Tombstone).

 

1876

John, farmer of Hagg House, Cresswell, son of Jacob, farmer, married Margaret Jane Brayson of Stobswood May 18th. (PR 1837-1959 26/52).

 

1878

Mary, wife of John of Ulgham Grange Villa, died on Jan. 14th aged 63. (Tombstone).

 

1883

Elizabeth, wife of George Sheffield, died at Ulgham Grange Colliery on Feb. 15th aged 40. (tombstone)

 

1886

Zenobia Eleanor daughter of William John and Dorothy died Feb. 28th aged 18 months. (Tombstone).

 

1887

John William, aged 26, miner at Ulgham Colliery, son of Robert, married Ann Bolton Oct. 1st. (PR 1837-1959 41/82).

 

1887

Joseph Thomas, aged 21, miner at Ulgham Grange Colliery, son of Robert, married Susannah Hope, Aug. 18th. (PR 1837-1959 41/81).

 

 

John and Robert, proprietors, Ulgham Grange Colliery (Bulmer).

 

 

John, master banksman, Ulgham Grange Villa (Bulmer).

 

1891

John, husband of Mary, of Ulgham Grange Villa, died on March 31st aged 74. (Tombstone).

 

1907

Dorothy wife of William John of Ulgham Grange Villa died July 30th aged 59 (Tombstone).

 

1925

William John, husband of Ellen and the late Dorothy died Sept. 8th aged 78. (Tombstone).

Woodman

 

 

 

1801

(R or B) witnessed wedding of Douglas Sands of Morpeth to Ann Wilson 14th May (PR/F/50).

Wooler

 

 

 

1851

Mary, aged 11, scholar, visiting Margaret Fenwick at Ulgham Grange (Census).

Work

 

 

 

1871

WILLIAM, aged 47, fireman at Middle Stobswood, born Germany. (Census).

 

 

Adelaide, wife to William, aged 37, born Germany (Census).

 

 

Josiah, daughter to William, aged 13, scholar, born London (Census).

 

 

William, son to William, aged 5, born London. (Census).

 

 

Margaret, daughter to William, aged 2, born Widdrington (Census).

Wray

 

 see also Ray.

 

1577

Thomas, curate failed to perform his task (apparently of knowing several passages of the Bible by heart).

 

1578

Thomas named as incumbent.

 

1579

Thomas, curate, witnessed will of Bartholomew Craster. (Surtees Soc. Wills and Inv (III) Vol.112 1906).

 

1826

Mary, daughter of Thomas (labourer) and Mary baptised 15th Jan.

 

1841

Mary Ann, grocer, aged 15 (Census).

 

1846

Mary Ann, daughter of Thomas, labourer, married John Brown, blacksmith, Dec. 30th (PR 1837-1959 10/19)

 

1858

Mary, wife of Thomas of Ellington, died June 23rd aged 62. (tombstone)

 

1871

Phillis Rankin Wray, daughter in law of Thomas & Mary of Ellington, died March 25th aged 35. (tombstone)

 

1875

Thomas, husband of Mary, of Ellington, died Sept. 3rd aged 81. (tombstone)

Wright

 

 

 

1664

Matthew not taxable on hearths.

 

1667

George married Ann Hunter 27th June. (PR)

 

1672

Mary married Edward Grey 16th April.

 

1761

Ann buried Jan. 1st.

 

1796

Anne and Jane, twin daughter of William and Christian, born 16th baptised 17th July.

 

1798

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

 

1816

James, son of Douglas, hind, and Ann baptised 7th July.

 

1851

ROBERT, head, aged 39, building inspector, born Scotland (Census).

 

 

Helen, wife to Robert, aged 40, born Scotland (Census).

 

 

Thomas, son to Robert, aged 13, scholar, born Scotland (Census).

 

 

Elizabeth, daughter to Robert, aged 11, scholar, born Scotland. (Census).

 

 

Daniel, son to Robert, aged 8, scholar, born Scotland. (Census).

 

 

James, single, aged 19, apprenticed to John Brown, blacksmith, born Framlington (Census).

Wylie

 

 

 

1886

James, aged 29, miner at Stobswood Colliery, son of William, married Annie Guy Sept. 18th (PR 1837-1959 38/76).

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