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02-04-2006, 1:18 AM
Has anyone a connection to the OLIVER family ? My GG grandmother Alice nee OLIVER was born in Willington Quay about 1806 - 1813 depending on the source. She died in South Shields in 1893 aged 77 - widow of George LASHLEY a waterman b. Dunston. I'd love to find her parents and siblings.
29-08-2006, 12:06 PM
Hello Dorothy, I did a search on googlemaps for Willington Quay and got no result. Can you tell me where it is please?
I had a look on LDS and only found 2 Alice's born about the right time.
ALICE OLIVER Ch: 31 JAN 1807 Haltwhistle, Northumberland
ALICE OLIFER Ch: 11 DEC 1811 Presbyterian, Birdhope Craig, Northumberland
29-08-2006, 12:30 PM
"I did a search on googlemaps for Willington Quay and got no result. Can you tell me where it is please?"
Church of England Records.
Howdon Panns (Willington Quay), St Paul: Records of baptisms 1860-1951 and marriages 1876-1955 are available at Northumberland Record Office. Baptisms 1860-1951 and marriages 1876-1955 can also be seen at Tyne and Wear Archives Service.
14-09-2006, 8:36 PM
Willington is between North Shields and Wallsend in North Tyneside .
George LASHLEY married Alice OLIVER on October 27th , 1833 in the St. John registers , Newcastle. George was born in Dunton near Whickham. Her age at death in 1893 in South Shields was 77 so according to this source her birth was in 1816 marrying at 17 ???
Dorothy ...nearly back on track after a stroke and with a new P.C.
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