Descendants of Joseph Bartram
Generation 1
1.

Joseph Bartram-1 was born before 1692 in Wooler. He died in 1762 in Ref: Wooler Parish Regts. He was buried on Dec 28, 1762 in Wooler[1]. Sex: Male.

Ann ? was born before 1702. She died in Dec 1761 in Wooler[2]. She was buried on Dec 16, 1761 in Wooler[3]. Sex: Female.

Joseph Bartram and Ann ? married. They had the following children:

2. i.

Benjamin Bartram was born before 1719 in Edlingham[4]. He married Mary Cunningham on Jun 30, 1724 in Eglingham[5]. He died in Apr 1780[6].

ii.

Ann Bartram was born before 1725[1]. She died in Oct 1724 in Wooler district[1]. She was buried on Oct 19, 1724 in Wooler[1]. Sex: Female.

iii.

Ellinor Bartram was born before 1725[1]. She died between Jul-Aug 1724 in Wooler district[1]. She was buried on Aug 02, 1724 in Wooler[1]. Sex: Female.

iv.

Thomas Bartram was born before 1725[1]. He died between Sep-Oct 1724 in Wooler district[1]. He was buried on Oct 02, 1724 in Wooler[7]. Sex: Male.

v.

Jane Bartram was born in 1725 in Wooler parish[8]. She was baptized on Jun 24, 1725 in Wooler[8]. Sex: Female.

Generation 2
2.

Benjamin Bartram-2 (Joseph-1) was born before 1719 in Edlingham[4]. He was baptized on Mar 24, 1718 in Edlingham[9]. Position: Bet. 1739–1742 in Church warden, Ilderton[10]. He lived in Wooler between 1747-1748[11]. Owned: Bet. 1747–1748 in Annuity out of Wooler[11]. He lived in Wooler, Paid tax in 1752[12]. He lived in Bill - Key in 1774[13]. He died in Apr 1780[6]. He was buried on Apr 20, 1780 in Ingram parish[6]. He lived in Mouson in 1798[14]. Sex: Male.

Notes for Benjamin Bartram:

General Notes:

Where is Bill Key Benjamin's residence in 1774? It cannot be Bill Quay, Heworth surely?

 

 

Mary Cunningham was born before 1708. She died in Jul 1770 in Ingram parish[6]. She was buried on Jul 03, 1770 in Ingram parish[6]. Sex: Female.

Benjamin Bartram and Mary Cunningham were married on Jun 30, 1724 in Eglingham[5]. They had the following children:

i.

Sarah Bartram was born before 1732. She married John Hamilton on Nov 07, 1748 in Ilderton[15]. She died in 1792[16]. Sex: Female.

ii.

Agnes Bartram was born about 1738[8]. She was baptized on Dec 03, 1738 in a bastard[8]. Sex: Female.

3. iii.

Thomas Bartram was born on Oct 13, 1738 in Ilderton (Wooler)[17]. He married Ann Wallace on Jan 20, 1758 in Ford[18]. He died on Sep 21, 1805 in Clatterton Causeway, Lucker Parish[19].

iv.

John Bartrim. He lived in Alnwick in 1805[20]. He died between 1805-1818. He signed a will on Oct 07, 1805 in Alnwick. Sex: Male.

Notes for John Bartrim:

Will Notes:

The Last Will and Testament of John Bartrim

 

This is the Last Will and Testament of me John Bartrim of Alnwick made this seventh day of October in the year of our Lord 1805. I appoint unto my nephew John Bartrim the son of my brother Thomas Bartrim deceased my house at Alnwick with all its appurtenances there unto belonging ? has the ? and all the cart buildings there unto apportioning after my decease and also all my cloathes with the household furniture and all my library of valuable books and after my just debts are paid and funeral expenses discharged what is over of my ? money or book debts I will the remainder shall be divided equally share and share alike amongst the rest of my said nephew John Bartrims brothers and sisters being the children of my deceased brother Thomas Bartrim’s children. I appoint my said nephew John Bartrim sole executor of this my last will and testament giving him authority to ? and ? in all my book I obtained other demands and what over ? he is to divide as before appointed ? among his brothers and sisters whatever it may be share and share alike.

 

Signed this with my own hand the day and year first above written in the presence of us who at his request and in his presence hence signed as witnesses

 

John Bartrim. Witness James Maule, Luke Hindmarch senior, Luke Hindmarsh junior.

 

Proved at London 17th February 1818 before the judge the oath of John Bartrim the sole executor to whom administration was granted having first been sworn (by ? duly to administer).

 

Generation 3
3.

Thomas Bartram-3 (Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born on Oct 13, 1738 in Ilderton (Wooler)[17]. He lived in Howtell (near Kirknewton) in 1762[21]. He lived in Etal on Sep 07, 1764[22]. He lived in Hetton, in the parish of Chatton on May 19, 1771[23]. He lived in Adderstone Mains in 1776[24]. He lived in Newham newhouses in 1780[16]. He was employed as a Yeoman in 1780[16]. He lived in Lowick in 1793. He died on Sep 21, 1805 in Clatterton Causeway, Lucker Parish[19]. He was buried on Sep 23, 1805 in Lucker[25]. Sex: Male.

Ann Wallace was born in 1737[26]. She died on Jun 02, 1775 in Lucker[27]. Sex: Female. She was buried in Lucker.

Notes for Ann Wallace:

General Notes:

St Hilda of Lucker Churchyard. Gravestone inscription: interred here the body of Ann Bartrim wife of Thomas Bartrim who died June 2nd 1775 aged 38 years. Also Mary his wife died Dec 29th 1793 aged 43 years.

 

 

Thomas Bartram and Ann Wallace were married on Jan 20, 1758 in Ford[18]. They had the following children:

4. i.

John Bartram was born in 1756 in Northumberland[28, 29]. He died on Jun 14, 1841 in Clayport Street, Alnwick[14, 29].

ii.

Eleanor Bertram was born before 1765. She died on Sep 07, 1764 in Etal[30]. Sex: Female.

5. iii.

James Bartram was born in 1765 in Grindon[31]. He died in Jul 1853.

6. iv.

William Bartram was born on May 12, 1771[23]. He married Isabella Mills on Mar 02, 1795 in Lamesley[32].

Mary Taite was born in 1750[26]. She lived in Adderstone Mains in 1776[24]. She was buried on Dec 17, 1793 in Lucker[33]. She died on Dec 20, 1793 in Lucker[26, 34]. Sex: Female.

Notes for Mary Taite:

General Notes:

St Hilda of Lucker Churchyard. Gravestone inscription: interred here the body of Ann Bartrim wife of Thomas Bartrim who died June 2nd 1775 aged 38 years. Also Mary his wife died Dec 29th 1793 aged 43 years.

 

 

Thomas Bartram and Mary Taite were married on Dec 15, 1776 in E (Bamburgh C)[35]. Witnesses: Dec 15, 1776 in Matthew Forster, John Brown[12]. They had no children.

Generation 4
4.

John Bartram-4 (Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born in 1756 in Northumberland[28, 29]. He lived in Moorhen's House, Alnwick in 1774[13]. He lived in Hord's House, Alnwick Moor in 1780[16]. He lived in Newham Newhouses; (>65 years old) in 1798[14]. He lived in Alnwick in 1826[36]. Owned: 1826 in House and land in Alnwick[36]. He lived in Clayport Street, Alnwick in 1841[28]. He was employed as a Husbandsman in 1841[29]. He died on Jun 14, 1841 in Clayport Street, Alnwick[14, 29]. Sex: Male.

Notes for John Bartram:

General Notes:

The Pool Book indicates that John was one of the herdsmen who 'occupied' Herd's Close at the tiem of the 1774 election, but that he also owned freehold property in Alnwick, which entitled him to vote. There were only 250,000 individuals who met this requirement in all of England and Wales before the Refordm Act of 1832, so John should not be thought of as an improverished shepherd. - Neil Strong

 

Residence Notes:

Probably Alnwick Moor herds house.

 

'Land on Alnwick Moor was enclosed so that revenues "should be augemented for the good of the town". It was then divided into "parcels" of varying sizes, and let by the Burgesses to "such person as they think convenient". At Herd's Close on the edge of town, a house was ordered to be built for a "herd" or herdsman who was allowed to "Enclose a Close" for his own use as part of his salary". - from Alnwick Museum (Bailiffgate Museum) - Neil Strong

 

?. Sex: Female.

John Bartram and ? married. They had the following children:

7. i.

Thomas Bartram was born on Mar 22, 1791 in Hazelrigg (Heselridge) in the parish of Chatton[37]. He married Mary Percy on Jan 03, 1819 in Belford[38]. He died in Feb 1871.

8. ii.

Isabella Bartram was born about 1793. She married John Patterson on May 26, 1816 in Belford district[39]. She died in 1867 in Holy Island[40].

Elizabeth Lowrie was born in 1784[41]. She died on Jun 23, 1839 in 16 Clayport Street, Alnwick[41]. Sex: Female. Her cause of death was Gradual Decay[41].

John Bartram and Elizabeth Lowrie were married on Feb 04, 1813 in Alnwick[38]. They had no children.

5.

James Bartram-4 (Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born in 1765 in Grindon[31]. He lived in Warenton on Feb 16, 1783[42]. He was employed as a Hind in 1804[7]. He was employed as a Husbandman in 1838[43]. He lived in Haugh Head, North Middleton, Wooler between 1838-1841[43, 44]. He lived in Middleton in 1851[31]. He was employed as a Thatcher, Pauper in 1851[31]. He lived in Mindrum Mill in 1852[45]. He was buried on Aug 01, 1852 in Ford[45]. He died in Jul 1853. Sex: Male.

Mary Hay was born in 1770[43]. She died on Jul 09, 1838 in High Haughhead, North MIddleton[43]. She was buried on Jul 13, 1838 in Ford[12]. Sex: Female. Her cause of death was Dropsy[43].

James Bartram and Mary Hay married. They had the following children:

9. i.

Benjamin Bartram was born on Oct 12, 1805 in Henhill, Warenford[46]. He married Mary Ewart before 1828[47]. He died on Apr 01, 1876 in Clayport Street, Alnwick[48].

10. ii.

Richard Robson Bartram was born about 1807 in Baldoon, Wigtown, Wigtownshire[45]. He died between Apr-Jun 1889 in Alnwick district[49].

11. iii.

Isabella Bartram was born on Mar 18, 1812 in Melkington, Cornhill Parish[50]. She married George Tait on Jun 04, 1841 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh[15]. She died between Apr-Jun 1887 in Glendale district[51].

Margaret Eliot was born in 1761[7]. She died on Apr 02, 1804 in The Way to Wooler[7]. Sex: Female. She lived in Warenton.

James Bartram and Margaret Eliot were married on Feb 06, 1783 in E (Bamburgh C)[52]. They obtained a marriage license in Witness John Bartram, Peter Robinson. They had the following children:

i.

Thomas Bartram was born in 1786 in Middleton, Belford[7]. He died in Nov 1786 in Middleton[7]. He was buried on Nov 05, 1786 in Belford[7]. Sex: Male.

12. ii.

Thomas Bartram was born on Oct 20, 1788 in Middleton[53]. He died on Nov 28, 1862 in Wooler[12, 54, 55].

13. iii.

John Bartram was born on Apr 14, 1797 in Belford[53]. He died on Mar 27, 1866 in Wooler[56].

14. iv.

James Bartram was born on Aug 03, 1799 in West-Hall, Belford Parish[53]. He died after 1824.

15. v.

Robert Bartram was born on Jun 20, 1801 in Outchester, near Belford[53]. He married Elizabeth Hornsby on Apr 14, 1833 in Ellingham[38]. He died on May 24, 1847 in Wooperton[57].

6.

William Bartram-4 (Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born on May 12, 1771[23]. He was baptized on May 19, 1771 in Wooler[23]. He lived in Hebburn Colliery in 1801[58]. He was employed as a Labourer in 1801[58]. References: 1801 in Native of Belford[58]. He lived in Jarrow Wood in 1802[58]. He was employed as a Waggonman in 1802[58]. He was employed as a Labourer in 1808[58]. He lived in Hebburn Hall in 1808[58]. Sex: Male.

Isabella Mills daughter of Thomas Mills was born before 1779. References: 1801 in Native of Kyloe[58]. Sex: Female.

William Bartram and Isabella Mills were married on Mar 02, 1795 in Lamesley[32]. They had the following children:

i.

Margaret Bartram was born on May 05, 1801 in Jarrow[58]. She was baptized on May 21, 1801 in Heworth St Mary[58]. Sex: Female.

Notes for Margaret Bartram:

General Notes:

Listed as 3rd daughter, but so is Mary b 1808

 

 

ii.

William Bartram was born on Apr 16, 1802 in Jarrow[58]. He was baptized on Oct 10, 1802 in Heworth St Mary[58]. He married Anne Marshall on Jun 25, 1819 in Jarrow[32]. Sex: Male.

Notes for William Bartram:

General Notes:

Listed as 4th son on baptismal record

 

 

16. iii.

John Bartram was born on May 04, 1805 in Jarrow[58]. He died after 1841[28].

iv.

Mary Bartram was born on Oct 25, 1808[58]. She was baptized on Dec 18, 1808 in Heworth St Mary[58]. Sex: Female.

Notes for Mary Bartram:

General Notes:

Listed on baptismal record as 3rd daughter, but so is Margaret b 1801

 

 

Generation 5
7.

Thomas Bartram-5 (John-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born on Mar 22, 1791 in Hazelrigg (Heselridge) in the parish of Chatton[37]. He was employed as a Labourer in 1819[53]. He lived in East Moor, Holy Island in 1823[53]. He was employed as a Labourer in 1823[53]. He lived in Lower Buston in 1841[28]. He was employed as a Ag Lab. in 1841[28]. He was employed as a Husbandman in 1843[59]. He was employed as a Farm servant in 1851[60]. He lived in Fowberry Moor, Chatton in 1851[60]. He was employed as a Labourer in 1855[61]. He was employed as a Ag. Lab. in 1860[62]. He was employed as a Farmer in 1861[63]. He lived in Strawberry Hill, St Giles, Durham in 1861[63]. He died in Feb 1871. He was buried on Feb 07, 1871 in Belmont, Durham[64]. Sex: Male.

Notes for Thomas Bartram:

Death Notes:

From burial date

 

Mary Percy was born in 1803 in Alwinton[60]. She lived in Clayport Street, Alnwick (with Father-in-law) in 1841[28]. She died in Jul 1879. Sex: Female. She was also known as Margaret Percy. She was buried.

Notes for Mary Percy:

Death Notes:

Based on burial

 

Thomas Bartram and Mary Percy were married on Jan 03, 1819 in Belford[38]. They had the following children:

i.

Dorothy Bartram was born on Jul 27, 1819 in Glenorum, Bamburgh[53]. She was baptized on Aug 10, 1819 in Belford Scotch Church[53]. She lived in Coupland in 1841[28]. She lived in Milfield Plain in 1843[59]. She was employed as a Servant in 1843[59]. She married John Thompson on Nov 18, 1843 in Relief Chapel, Wooler[59]. Sex: Female.

Notes for Dorothy Bartram:

General Notes:

Noted as first child in baptismal record

 

 

17. ii.

Barbary Bartram was born on Feb 05, 1821 in Warenford[15]. She married George Thompson on Dec 25, 1847 in Lamberton Toll[65].

18. iii.

John Bartram was born on Mar 29, 1823 in Fenham East Moor[53, 66]. He died on Mar 04, 1858 in Berrington, Kyloe[60, 67, 68].

19. iv.

George Bartram was born in 1826 in Buckton, Northumberland (Kyloe)[63, 69]. He died on Sep 27, 1906 in Alnwick[70, 71].

20. v.

Marianne Bartram was born on Jul 11, 1827 in Tunvellors[72]. She married William Reed on Nov 25, 1853 in St Giles, Durham[45].

vi.

Thomas Bartram was born on Oct 24, 1829 in Tunvellors[72]. He was baptized on Oct 28, 1829 in Cheviot Street Presbyterian, Wooler[72]. He was employed as a Farm servant in 1851[60]. He lived in Strawberry Hill, St Giles, Durham (with parents) in 1861[63]. He was employed as a Butcher in 1861[63]. He died after 1861. Sex: Male.

21. vii.

Jane Bartram was born on Apr 14, 1832 in Tunvellors[72]. She married William Bookless on Jan 23, 1855 in Embleton Parish Church[61]. She died after 1901.

viii.

James Richardson Bartram was born on Aug 19, 1835 in Tunvellors[72]. He was baptized on Aug 25, 1835 in United Presbyterian Church, Cheviot Street, Wooler[15]. He lived in Clayport Street, Alnwick (with mother and g. father) in 1841[28]. He died in 1872 in Macleay River. New South Wales[73]. He emigrated from On the ship Boanerges to Australia in 1875[73]. Sex: Male. References: Patty Bartrim's family tree.

Notes for James Richardson Bartram:

General Notes:

See Patty Bartrim's tree for James' descendants in Australia

 

 

22. ix.

Ann Bartram was born in 1840 in Twizel Castle[60]. She married William Mitcheson on Aug 08, 1860 in Parish Church, Belmont[63, 74]. She died after 1881[75].

23. x.

Isabella Bartram was born in 1843 in Yettlington Lane[60]. She married Joseph Thompson on Aug 02, 1866 in Parish Church, Belmont[76, 77]. She died after 1911[78].

24. xi.

Robert Bartram was born in 1844 in Wooler[63].

xii.

Ruth Bartram was born in 1845 in Coldsmartin[60]. Sex: Female.

8.

Isabella Bartram-5 (John-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born about 1793. She was baptized on Apr 25, 1793 in Newham newhouses[37]. She died in 1867 in Holy Island[40]. Sex: Female.

Notes for Isabella Bartram:

General Notes:

That this is the Isabella Bartram who married John Patterson is a conjecture, but Isabella's brother Thomas was in Holy Island around 1823, so that points towards a connection.

 

 

John Patterson was born before 1800. He lived in Old Law, Ross in 1841[28]. He was employed as a Ag Lab in 1841[28]. He died after 1841[28]. Sex: Male.

John Patterson and Isabella Bartram were married on May 26, 1816 in Belford district[39]. They had the following children:

i.

John Patterson was born about 1817 in Holy Island[79]. He was baptized on Aug 17, 1817 in Holy Island[79]. He died in 1857 in Holy Island[40]. Sex: Male.

Notes for John Patterson:

Death Notes:

Gives birth as 1821

 

ii.

Thomas Patterson was born about 1820 in Holy Island[79]. He was baptized on Feb 06, 1820 in Holy Island[79]. He died in 1845 in Holy Island[40]. Sex: Male.

Notes for Thomas Patterson:

Death Notes:

Gives birth as 1825

 

iii.

Dorothy Patterson was born about 1822 in Holy Island[79]. She was baptized on Jun 09, 1822 in Holy Island[79]. Sex: Female.

iv.

Ralph Patterson was born about 1826[28]. Sex: Male.

v.

Elizabeth Patterson was born about 1826[28]. Sex: Female.

vi.

Mark Patterson was born about 1828[28]. Sex: Male.

vii.

Isabella Patterson was born about 1830[28]. Sex: Female.

9.

Benjamin Bartram-5 (James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born on Oct 12, 1805 in Henhill, Warenford[46]. He lived in Shellacres (south of Norham) on Dec 02, 1828[80]. He lived in BlinkBonney Cottage, Norham in 1841[81]. He was employed as a Agricultural Labourer in 1841[28]. He was employed as a Agricultural Labourer in 1851[60]. He lived in Ilderton, Roseden, or Roddam in 1851[60]. He was employed as a Agricultural Labourer on Mar 13, 1860[82]. He lived in 8 Little Houghton in 1861[63]. He was employed as a Ag. Lab. in 1861[63]. He was employed as a Labourer on Jun 05, 1866[83]. He lived in Clayport st, Alnwick in 1871[84]. He was employed as a Brewer's assistant in 1871[84]. He died on Apr 01, 1876 in Clayport Street, Alnwick[48]. Sex: Male.

Mary Ewart daughter of Samuel Ewart and Dorothy Brown was born in 1804 in Millfield (KirkNewton), Northumberland[75]. She lived in Clayport Str, Alnwick in 1881[85]. She died on Feb 09, 1882 in Clayport Street, Alnwick[86]. Sex: Female. Her cause of death was Paralysis, senile gangrene.

Notes for Mary Ewart:

General Notes:

1881 census: Mary's age and place of birth does not align with other records, but Isabella's birth date is correct and since her mother died due to complications of her birth, it fits in.

 

 

Benjamin Bartram and Mary Ewart were married before 1828[47]. They had the following children:

i.

Dorothy Bartram was born on Dec 02, 1828 in Norhamshire[87]. She lived in Alnwick in 1851[60]. She was employed as a Household servant in 1851[60]. She died after 1851. Sex: Female.

25. ii.

James Bartram was born about 1831 in Norham. He married Isabella Manuel Carmichael Hall on Jun 05, 1866 in Parish Church, Newham, Bamburgh[83, 88]. He died on Jan 03, 1900 in 91 Philip Street, Newcastle[89].

iii.

Isabella Bartram was born in 1836 in Fisherstead[60, 90]. She died between Oct-Dec 1861 in Alnwick district[91]. Sex: Female.

26. iv.

Mary Ann Bartram was born between 1838-1839 in Norhamshire[92]. She married John Sheel on May 20, 1860 in Long Houghton[93]. She died after 1901.

v.

Jane Bartram was born in 1844 in Norham[60]. She lived in 8 Little Houghton in 1861[63]. She was employed as a Ag. Lab. in 1861[63]. She died between Oct-Dec 1861 in Alnwick district[91]. Sex: Female.

10.

Richard Robson Bartram-5 (James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born about 1807 in Baldoon, Wigtown, Wigtownshire[45]. He lived in Lilburn Grange in 1841[44]. He lived in Lilburn in 1851[60]. He was employed as a Farm Labourer in 1851[60]. He was employed as a Farm servant, indoor in 1881[75]. He lived in Cavil Head, Acklington in 1881[75]. He died between Apr-Jun 1889 in Alnwick district[49]. Sex: Male.

Margaret Bell was born in 1806 in Belford[45]. She died on May 10, 1862 in Cavil Head, Acklington[45, 94]. Sex: Female.

Richard Robson Bartram and Margaret Bell married. They had the following children:

i.

Mary Bartram was born on Feb 07, 1829 in North Sunderland[45]. She was employed as a Farm Labourer in 1851[60]. She lived in Cavil Head, Acklington (with father) in 1881[75]. She was employed as a Farm servant, indoor in 1881[75]. She was employed as a Living on own means in 1901[69]. She lived in Acklington in 1901[69]. She died between Jan-Mar 1910 in Cavil Head, Acklington[45, 95]. Sex: Female.

27. ii.

Isabella Bartram was born on Feb 02, 1831 in North Sunderland[45]. She died after 1901[69].

28. iii.

Margaret Bartram was born in 1833 in Wooler[45, 60]. She married Andrew Mitchell on May 27, 1854 in Lamberton Toll. She died after 1901[69].

29. iv.

James Bartram was born in 1835 in Humbelton Buildings, Wooler[45, 75]. He married Eleanor Minto on Feb 03, 1866 in Morpeth district[45, 96]. He died between Apr-Jun 1910 in 5 Prospect Hill, Earsdon[45, 97].

30. v.

Elizabeth Bartram was born in 1837 in Lilburn Grange, Wooler[45, 60]. She married William Rutherford on Feb 23, 1866[45]. She died on Apr 27, 1902 in Wooler Common[69, 75, 98].

31. vi.

Phillis Bartram was born between Apr-Jun 1839 in Lilburn Grange, Wooler[99]. She married Alexander Rutherford on May 23, 1859 in Glendale district[45, 100]. She died in 1902[45].

32. vii.

Ellen Bartram was born on Apr 05, 1841 in Lilburn Grange, Wooler[101, 102]. She married Ralph Young on Nov 28, 1861 in Overgrass, Felton[45, 103]. She died on Mar 23, 1912 in Frances Villa, Scotland Gate[102].

33. viii.

Joseph Bartram was born on May 03, 1843 in Lilburn Grange, Wooler[104, 105]. He married Mary Jane Coulson on Mar 06, 1875 in Durham Register Office[106, 107]. He died on Oct 24, 1899 in Lunatic Asylum, Sedgefield[108].

34. ix.

Richard John Bartram was born between Oct-Dec 1845 in Lilburn Grange, Wooler[45, 109]. He married Elizabeth Younger on Apr 12, 1873 in Seaton Delaval[110, 111]. He died between Oct-Dec 1903 in Tynemouth district[112].

35. x.

Ann Howey Bartram was born between Apr-Jun 1848 in Lilburn Grange, Wooler[113]. She married Matthew Hedley on Apr 24, 1869 in St John the Baptist, Newcastle[45, 114, 115]. She died after 1901[69].

11.

Isabella Bartram-5 (James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born on Mar 18, 1812 in Melkington, Cornhill Parish[50]. She lived in Lowick in 1849[116]. She lived in Ford Hill in 1871[84]. She lived in Middle Flodden in 1881[75]. She was employed as a Parishoner in 1881[75]. She died between Apr-Jun 1887 in Glendale district[51]. Sex: Female.

George Tait. He died before 1871. Sex: Male.

George Tait and Isabella Bartram were married on Jun 04, 1841 in Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh[15]. They had the following children:

i.

Isabella Tait was born in 1849 in Cornhill[84]. She lived in Ford Hill (with mother) in 1871[84]. She was employed as a Ag. Lab. in 1871[84]. Sex: Female.

?. Sex: Male.

? and Isabella Bartram married. They had the following children:

i.

Thomas Atkinson Bartram was born on Dec 14, 1849 in Lowick[60, 116, 117]. He lived in 8 Little Houghton (with uncle) in 1861[63]. Sex: Male.

12.

Thomas Bartram-5 (James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born on Oct 20, 1788 in Middleton[53]. He was baptized on Oct 28, 1788 in Belford Scotch Church[53]. He lived in Morden, Ford Parish in 1814[118]. He was employed as a Hind in 1825[118]. He lived in Filkington in 1825[118]. He lived in Back Lane, N Hazelridge, Wooler in 1841[44]. He was employed as a Gardener, Shepherd in 1841[44]. He was employed as a Gardener in 1846[119]. He was employed as a Gardener in 1861[63]. He lived in 104 High Street, Wooler in 1861[63]. He was employed as a Farm labourer in 1862[55]. He died on Nov 28, 1862 in Wooler[12, 54, 55]. Sex: Male. His cause of death was Chronic bronchitis for years, pulmonary congestion[55].

Margaret Biron daughter of Alexander Biron was born in 1789 in Scotland[60]. She was employed as a Gardener's wife in 1851[60]. She lived in Powburn, Glanton in 1870[120]. She was employed as a Seamstress in 1870[120]. She died on May 28, 1870 in Powburn, Glanton[63, 120]. Sex: Female. Her cause of death was Bronchitis, 1 week[120].

Thomas Bartram and Margaret Biron married. They had the following children:

36. i.

William Baron Bartram was born between 1807-1808 in Wigtown[45]. He died on Jun 05, 1848 in Sherriff Hill, Gateshead[121].

37. ii.

James Bartram was born in 1811 in Ewart, Northumberland[31, 60]. He married Margaret Reay between Jul-Sep 1848 in St John the Baptist, Newcastle[114, 122, 123]. He died on Dec 19, 1877 in Sherif Hill, Gateshead[31].

iii.

Sarah Bartram was born on Sep 02, 1814 in Morden, Ford Parish[118]. She lived in with parents in 1841[28]. She lived in Wooler (with parents) in 1851[60]. She married Edward Tait on Jul 03, 1858 in Wooler Registry Office[124]. She lived in Greensfield Moor, Alnwick (visitor) in 1881[75]. She was employed as a General Servant in 1881[75]. She died after 1881[75]. Sex: Female.

38. iv.

John Bartram was born in 1819 in Paxton, Berwickshire[75]. He married Mary Fletcher on Apr 26, 1846 in Gateshead[119]. He died on Mar 04, 1890 in 37 Sycamore Street, Newcastle[125].

39. v.

Alexander Bartram was born in 1821 in Pawston, Kirknewton, Northumberland[75, 84]. He died between Oct-Dec 1896 in Belford district[126].

40. vi.

Robert Bartram was born on Nov 14, 1822 in Paxton, Berwickshire[12]. He died on Dec 09, 1868 in Newcastle[127].

41. vii.

Margaret Bartram was born on May 14, 1825 in Filkington[128]. She died between Oct-Dec 1915 in Glendale district[129].

42. viii.

Mary Bartram was born in 1829[44]. She died after 1852[130].

ix.

George Bartram was born in 1831 in Ford Hall[44, 60]. He was employed as a Servant in 1851[60]. He died after 1851[60]. Sex: Male.

x.

Elizabeth Bartram was born in 1835 in Ewart[60]. She died after 1841[44]. Sex: Female.

13.

John Bartram-5 (James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born on Apr 14, 1797 in Belford[53]. He was baptized on May 07, 1797 in Belford Scotch Church[53]. He was employed as a Shepherd in 1841[44]. He lived in Shellacres in 1841[44]. He was employed as a Labourer in 1851[131]. He lived in Milfield Hill in 1851[60]. He was employed as a Ag Lab in 1851[60]. He was employed as a Ag. lab. in 1861[63]. He lived in Fenton in 1861[63]. He was employed as a Farm labourer in 1862[132]. He was employed as a Farm Labourer in 1864[133]. He died on Mar 27, 1866 in Wooler[56]. He was buried on Mar 29, 1866 in Norham Churchyard[134]. Sex: Male.

Elizabeth Dunn was born in 1796 in Tweedmouth[60]. She died on Jul 17, 1861 in Fenton[56]. She was buried on Jul 19, 1861 in Norham Churchyard[134]. Sex: Female.

John Bartram and Elizabeth Dunn married. They had the following children:

i.

Elizabeth Bartram was born between 1821-1822 in Norham[60]. She was christened in 1822 in United Presbyterian, Spittal[15]. She was employed as a Ag Lab in 1841[44]. She was employed as a Ag Lab in 1851[60]. She lived in New Street, Berwick in 1864[133]. She married George Haig on Jun 01, 1864 in Berwick Register Office[133, 135]. She lived in 54 Chapel Street, Berwick in 1881[69, 136]. She was employed as a Retired own means in 1901[69]. She died after 1901[69]. Sex: Female.

43. ii.

James Bartram was born on Nov 17, 1823 in Norham[137]. He married Anne Agnes Andersen on Mar 16, 1867 in Register Office, Berwick[138, 139]. He died on Dec 28, 1897 in Wooler[98].

44. iii.

John Bartram was born in 1825 in Norham[60]. He married Jane Thain on Apr 06, 1851 in Presbyterian Meeting House, Crookham[131]. He died in Jun 1903 in Ecclesfield, York[45].

45. iv.

Agnes Bartram was born about 1827 in Norham, Northumberland[75]. She married James Younger on May 25, 1850 in Lamberton Toll[66]. She died after 1901[69].

v.

William Bartram was born about 1829 in Middle Ord[60]. He was christened on Sep 10, 1829 in United Presbyterian, Spittal[15]. He was employed as a Ag Lab in 1851[60]. He was employed as a Farm labourer (imbecile) in 1881[75]. He lived in Union Workhouse, Workhouse Lane, Berwick in 1881[75]. He was employed as a Retired shepherd (imbecile) in 1901[69]. He died on May 04, 1910 in Berwick workhouse[66, 140]. Sex: Male.

46. vi.

Isabella Bartram was born about 1831 in Norham[15, 60]. She married David Younger on Aug 05, 1855 in Lamberton Toll. She died after 1881.

47. vii.

Hannah Bartram was born about 1834 in Norham[15]. She married William Spence on Dec 03, 1862 in West Chapel, Wooler[132]. She died after 1901.

viii.

Mary Ann Bartram was born about 1836 in Middle Ord[60]. She was christened on Sep 15, 1836 in Spittal[15]. She was employed as a Ag Lab in 1851[60]. She was employed as a House servant in 1861[63]. She lived in 120 High Street, Wooler in 1861[63]. She was employed as a Dressmaker in 1881[75]. She lived in 10 Sandyford Square, Newcastle in 1881[75]. Marital Status: 1881 in Unmarried[75]. She lived in 54 Chapel Street, Berwick (with sister) in 1901[69]. She was employed as a Retired own means in 1901[69]. She died after 1901[69]. Sex: Female.

ix.

Robert Bartram was born on Sep 13, 1838 in Middle Ord[66, 141]. He died on Nov 06, 1842 in Beal[56]. He was buried on Nov 09, 1842 in Norham Churchyard[134]. Sex: Male.

14.

James Bartram-5 (James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born on Aug 03, 1799 in West-Hall, Belford Parish[53]. He was baptized on Aug 24, 1799 in Belford Scotch Church[53]. He died after 1824. Sex: Male.

Eleanor ? was born before 1808. She died after 1824. Sex: Female.

James Bartram and Eleanor ? married. They had the following children:

i.

James Bartram was born about 1824[15, 28]. He was christened on Apr 20, 1824 in United Presbyterian, Spittal[15]. He lived in Horncliffe in 1841[28]. He was employed as a Ag Lab in 1841[28]. He died after 1841. Sex: Male.

15.

Robert Bartram-5 (James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born on Jun 20, 1801 in Outchester, near Belford[53]. He was baptized on Jun 25, 1801 in Belford Scotch Church[53]. He was employed as a Ag Lab in 1838[142]. He was employed as a Husbandman in 1839[143]. He lived in Lilburn Castle Hill in 1839[143]. He was employed as a Ag Lab in 1841[28]. He lived in Lilburn Tower Farm in 1841[28]. He was employed as a Husbandman in 1847[57]. He died on May 24, 1847 in Wooperton[57]. Sex: Male. His cause of death was unknown[57].

Notes for Robert Bartram:

General Notes:

Probably died Q2 1847 25 271 Glendale

 

 

Elizabeth Hornsby daughter of Ralph Hornsby and Mary Walker was born in 1807 in Benty Hall[60]. She was christened on Nov 27, 1808 in Belford[15]. She lived in Wooperton in 1851[60]. She lived in 41 Ilderton Village, Labourers Cottage in 1861[63]. She lived in East Lilburn in 1871[144]. She died between 1871-1881. Sex: Female.

Robert Bartram and Elizabeth Hornsby were married on Apr 14, 1833 in Ellingham[38]. They had the following children:

48. i.

Phillis Bartram was born in 1834 in Wooperton[60]. She died after 1871[63].

ii.

Margaret Bartram was born about 1835[15]. She was baptized on Dec 20, 1835 in United Presbyterian Church, Wooler[15]. She died on Mar 03, 1839 in Lilburn Castle Hill[143]. Sex: Female. Her cause of death was Severe burning.

49. iii.

Mary Ann Bartram was born on Mar 02, 1838 in Bolton Wood Hall, Alnwick[60, 142]. She married Thomas Buglass on Jan 07, 1866 in Warkworth[145, 146]. She died after 1901[75].

50. iv.

Elizabeth Bartram was born between Jan-Mar 1840 in Lilburn Towers[60, 147].

51. v.

Margaret Bartram was born between Apr-Jun 1842 in Glendale district[148]. She married Thomas Rickelton on May 07, 1874 in Register Office, Glendale[149]. She died after 1901.

52. vi.

Hannah Bartram was born between Jul-Sep 1844 in Ilderton, Glendale district[69, 150]. She died between Apr-Jun 1922 in Berwick[151].

16.

John Bartram-5 (William-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born on May 04, 1805 in Jarrow[58]. He was baptized on Jul 21, 1805 in Heworth St Mary[58]. He lived in Byker in 1841[28]. He was employed as a Waterman in 1841[28]. He died after 1841[28]. Sex: Male.

Notes for John Bartram:

General Notes:

On baptismal record as 5th son

 

 

Margaret ? was born about 1801[28]. She died after 1841[28]. Sex: Female.

John Bartram and Margaret ? married. They had the following children:

i.

John Bartram was born about 1831[28]. Sex: Male.

ii.

Dorothy Bartram was born about 1833[28]. Sex: Female.

iii.

Edward Bartram was born about 1839[28]. Sex: Male.

Generation 6
17.

Barbary Bartram-6 (Thomas-5, John-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born on Feb 05, 1821 in Warenford[15]. She was baptized on Feb 14, 1821 in Warenford[15]. She lived in With father in 1841[28]. She lived in With father in 1851[60]. Sex: Female.

Notes for Barbary Bartram:

General Notes:

Second child of Thomas and Mary

 

 

George Thompson. Sex: Male.

George Thompson and Barbary Bartram were married on Dec 25, 1847 in Lamberton Toll[65]. Witnesses: Dec 25, 1847 in Geo. Percy, Mary Ann Bartram[152]. They had the following children:

i.

John Thompson was born in 1850[60]. Sex: Male.

ii.

Mary Thompson was born in 1850[60]. Sex: Female.

18.

John Bartram-6 (Thomas-5, John-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born on Mar 29, 1823 in Fenham East Moor[53, 66]. He was baptized on Jun 17, 1823 in Belford Scotch Church[53]. He lived in Ellingham Parish in 1851[60]. He was employed as a Farm Servant in 1851[60]. He was employed as a Agricultural labourer in 1858[68]. He died on Mar 04, 1858 in Berrington, Kyloe[60, 67, 68]. Sex: Male. His cause of death was Consumption[68]. He was employed as a Husbandman[67].

Notes for John Bartram:

General Notes:

Noted as third child, first son in baptismal record

 

 

Mary Pearey[153] was born in 1825 in Bamburgh[60]. She died after 1851. Sex: Female.

Notes for Mary Pearey:

Name Notes:

Living with them in 1851 by the census was James Pearey, recorded as John's nephew, famr servant, aged 15. - Neil Strong

 

John Bartram and Mary Pearey married. They had the following children:

i.

Thomas Bartram was born between Jan-Mar 1847 in Ellingham[154]. He lived in Elwick, Northumberland in 1861[63]. He was employed as a Groom in 1861[63]. He was employed as a Cartman in 1868[67]. He lived in 22 Briscoe Street, Gateshead in 1868[67]. He married Margaret Hope on Dec 05, 1868 in Gateshead Register Office[67, 155]. He lived in 23 Chandless Street, Gateshead in 1871[84]. He was employed as a Labourer in 1871[84]. He died after 1871. Sex: Male.

ii.

Mary Ann Bartram was born between Jul-Sep 1848 in Bamburgh[156]. She lived in Elwick in 1861[63]. She was employed as a Dairymaid in 1861[63]. She died after 1861. Sex: Female.

iii.

John Bartram was born between Oct-Dec 1849 in Bamburgh[157]. He was employed as a Ag. Lab. in 1861[63]. He lived in Elwick in 1861[63]. He lived in 23 Chandless St., Gateshead (with brother) in 1871[84]. He was employed as a Labourer in 1871[84]. He died after 1871. Sex: Male.

19.

George Bartram-6 (Thomas-5, John-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born in 1826 in Buckton, Northumberland (Kyloe)[63, 69]. He was employed as a Ag. Lab. in 1851[60]. He lived in Bedford & Bamburgh area in 1851[60]. He was employed as a Ag. Lab. in 1861[63]. He lived in Low Brunton in 1861[63]. He was employed as a Husbandman in 1862[158]. He was employed as a Agricultural Labourer on Apr 11, 1862[159]. He lived in Hipsburn in 1871[160]. He was employed as a Shepherd in 1881[75]. He lived in Broomhill Farm, East Chevington (visitor) in 1881[75]. He lived in Park Cottages, Felton in 1901[66, 69]. He was employed as a Shepherd in 1901[69]. He died on Sep 27, 1906 in Alnwick[70, 71]. Sex: Male.

Jane Glass was born in 1829 in Barleas, Ford[63, 75]. She lived in Church Str (Police Station) - with son in 1881[75]. She was buried in 1888 in Felton[71]. She died on Jun 30, 1888 in Felton Park[71, 161]. Sex: Female.

George Bartram and Jane Glass married. They had the following children:

i.

Elizabeth Bartram was born between Oct-Dec 1852 in Christon Bank, Embleton[63, 162]. Sex: Female.

ii.

Mary Ann Bartram was born between Jan-Mar 1855 in Christon Bank, Embleton[63, 163]. Sex: Female.

53. iii.

Thomas William Bartram was born between Jul-Sep 1857 in Embleton[75, 164]. He married Elizabeth ? between Oct-Dec 1877 in Newcastle district[165]. He died on May 11, 1890 in Howden, Tynemouth district[71, 166, 167].

iv.

Sarah Buck Bartram was born on Jan 22, 1860 in Low Brunton[158, 168]. She was baptized on Feb 20, 1860 in Embleton Presbyterian Church[158]. She was employed as a Dressmaker in 1881[75]. She lived in Felton Park, Felton in 1881[75]. She married William Smith on May 17, 1883 in Felton[15, 169]. She died on Sep 23, 1888[71]. Sex: Female. She was buried in Felton Park[12].

v.

Margaret Jane Bartram was born on Apr 11, 1862 in Low Brunton[159]. She was baptized on May 23, 1862 in Embleton Presbyterian Church[158]. She lived in Felton Park, Felton in 1881[75]. She was employed as a Dressmaker in 1881[75]. She died on Dec 14, 1891 in Morpeth[71, 167, 170]. Sex: Female.

20.

Marianne Bartram-6 (Thomas-5, John-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born on Jul 11, 1827 in Tunvellors[72]. She was baptized on Jul 25, 1827 in United Presbyterian Church, Cheviot Street, Wooler[15]. Sex: Female. She was also known as Mary Ann.

William Reed was born in 1825 in Sherburn Hill, Durham[75]. He lived in Shadford High Lane, Shadofrd, Durham in 1881[75]. He was employed as a Lime Burner in 1881[75]. He died after 1881. Sex: Male.

William Reed and Marianne Bartram were married on Nov 25, 1853 in St Giles, Durham[45]. They had the following children:

i.

Mary Reed was born in 1862 in Running Water, Durham[75]. Sex: Female.

ii.

Sarah Reed was born in 1866 in Gilesgate Moor, Durham[75]. Sex: Female.

iii.

Thomas Reed was born in 1864 in Gilesgate Moor, Durham[75]. Sex: Male.

iv.

John R. Reed was born in 1871 in Sherburn Hill, Durham[75]. Sex: Male.

21.

Jane Bartram-6 (Thomas-5, John-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born on Apr 14, 1832 in Tunvellors[72]. She was baptized on Apr 23, 1832 in Cheviot Street Presbyterian, Wooler[72]. She was employed as a Farm servant in 1851[60]. She lived in Embleton in 1855[61]. She lived in Darlington in 1901[69]. She died after 1901. Sex: Female.

William Bookless son of David Bookless and Alice ? was born in 1824 in Embleton[75]. He lived in Embleton in 1855[61]. He was employed as a Sailor in 1855[61]. He lived in 13 Carlinhow, Skinningrove, Yorks in 1881[75]. He was employed as a Police Constable in 1881[75]. He lived in Darlington in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Retired Police Constable in 1901[69]. He died after 1901. Sex: Male.

William Bookless and Jane Bartram were married on Jan 23, 1855 in Embleton Parish Church[61]. They had the following children:

i.

Alice Bookless was born in 1859 in Darlington[75]. She lived in with parents in 1881[75]. She was employed as a Domestic Servant in 1881[75]. Sex: Female.

ii.

Mary J. Bookless was born in 1863 in Darlington[75]. She lived in with parents in 1881[75]. She was employed as a Domestic Servant in 1881[75]. Sex: Female.

iii.

Sarah A. Bookless was born in 1865 in Well, York[75]. She lived in with parents in 1881[75]. She was employed as a Domestic Servant in 1881[75]. She lived in Darlington in 1901[69]. She died after 1901. Sex: Female.

54. iv.

William Bookless was born in 1870 in Dishforth, Yorks[75]. He died after 1901.

v.

Louisa Bookless was born in 1872 in Dishforth, Yorks[75]. Sex: Female.

22.

Ann Bartram-6 (Thomas-5, John-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born in 1840 in Twizel Castle[60]. She lived in Clayport Street, Alnwick (with mother and g. father) in 1841[28]. She lived in Stawberry Cottage in 1860[62]. She died after 1881[75]. Sex: Female.

William Mitcheson son of James Mitcheson was born in 1839 in Lamsley, Co Durham[75]. He lived in Kibblesworth in 1860[62]. He was employed as a Ag Lab in 1860[62]. He lived in West Rainton, Durham in 1881[75]. He was employed as a Mole catcher in 1881[75]. He died after 1881[75]. Sex: Male.

William Mitcheson and Ann Bartram were married on Aug 08, 1860 in Parish Church, Belmont[63, 74]. They had the following children:

i.

James Mitcheson was born in 1861 in Gilesgate, Durham[75]. He lived in Coal Miner in 1881[75]. Sex: Male.

ii.

Thomas Mitcheson was born in 1865 in Lamsley, Co Durham[75]. He was employed as a Coal Miner in 1881[75]. Sex: Male.

iii.

Barbara A. Mitcheson was born in 1869 in Lamsley, Co Durham[75]. Sex: Female.

iv.

George Mitcheson was born in 1872 in Lamsley, Co Durham[75]. Sex: Male.

v.

William Mitcheson was born in 1875 in Lamsley, Co Durham[75]. Sex: Male.

23.

Isabella Bartram-6 (Thomas-5, John-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born in 1843 in Yettlington Lane[60]. She lived in Strawberry Hill, St Giles, Durham (with parents) in 1861[63]. She lived in Stawberry Cottage in 1866[76]. She died after 1911[78]. Sex: Female.

Joseph Thompson son of Joseph Thompson was born in 1842 in West Rainton[75]. He was employed as a Miner in 1866[76]. He lived in Stawberry Cottage in 1866[76]. He was employed as a Coal miner in 1881[75]. He lived in 12 Rainton Gate, West Rainton in 1881[75]. He lived in 20 Pensher Street, Gateshead in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Coal Miner Hewer in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Retired Miner in 1911[78]. He died after 1911[78]. Sex: Male.

Joseph Thompson and Isabella Bartram were married on Aug 02, 1866 in Parish Church, Belmont[76, 77]. They had the following children:

i.

William Thompson was born in 1872 in Rainton Gate[75]. Sex: Male.

ii.

Mary Thompson was born in 1874 in West Rainton[75]. Sex: Female.

iii.

Isabella Thompson[64]. Sex: Female.

24.

Robert Bartram-6 (Thomas-5, John-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born in 1844 in Wooler[63]. He lived in St. Giles, Belmont in 1871[160]. He was employed as a Miner in 1871[160]. Sex: Male.

Margaret ?. She died before 1891[136]. Sex: Female.

Robert Bartram and Margaret ? married. They had the following children:

i.

James Bartram[64] was born between Jul-Sep 1865 in Durham district[171]. Sex: Male.

ii.

Mary Jane Bartram was born between Jul-Sep 1869 in Durham district[172]. Sex: Female.

iii.

Jane Ann Bartram was born between Jan-Mar 1874 in Durham district[173]. Sex: Female.

iv.

Alice Bartram was born between Jul-Sep 1876 in Durham district[174]. Sex: Female.

25.

James Bartram-6 (Benjamin-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born about 1831 in Norham. He was baptized on Sep 16, 1831 in United Presbyterian Church, Spittal[15]. He lived in with parents in 1851[60]. He was employed as a Agricultural Labourer in 1851[60]. He was employed as a Labourer in 1860[82]. He was employed as a Groom in 1861[63]. He lived in Clayport Street, Alnwick in 1861[63]. He was employed as a Gardener, Domestic Servant on Apr 17, 1863[175]. He lived in Wolviston on Jun 05, 1866[83]. He was employed as a Coachman on Jun 05, 1866[83]. He lived in Elwick, Co Durham between 1867-1869[176]. He lived in North Lodge, Dissington in 1871[84]. He was employed as a Coachman in 1871[84]. He lived in Dissington North Lodge, North Dissington in 1881[75]. He was employed as a Coachman on Jun 30, 1881[177]. He lived in 140 Philip Street, Newcastle in 1892[178]. He was employed as a Coachman (Domestic) in 1892[178]. He was employed as a Horse Keeper in 1897[179]. He died on Jan 03, 1900 in 91 Philip Street, Newcastle[89]. He was employed as a Domestic Coachman (retired) on Jun 13, 1909[180]. Sex: Male. His cause of death was Senile decay.

Isabella Manuel Carmichael Hall daughter of John Hall and Elizabeth Manuel was born on Mar 12, 1844 in Newham, Bamburgh[181]. She lived in Newham on Jun 05, 1866[83]. She lived in 61 Philip Street, Newcastle in 1901[69]. She died on Sep 21, 1908 in 3 Matfen Place, Benwell, Newcastle[182]. She signed a will on Oct 30, 1908 in Newcastle[183]. Her estate was probated on Oct 30, 1908 in Newcastle[184]. Sex: Female.

Notes for Isabella Manuel Carmichael Hall:

General Notes:

Index to Wills: Bertram Isabella Manuel Carmuchael of 3 Matfen Place, Newcastle died 21 Septmeber 1908. Probate Newcastle 30th October to Henry Bertram, engineer and Ernest Bertram, mercantile clerk.

Effects £727 17s 8d

 

Probate Notes:

Bertram Isabella Manual Carmichael of 61 Philip Street Newcastle died 21 September 1908 Probate Newcastle 30 October 1908 to Henry Bertram engineer and Ernest Bertram mercantile clerk

 

Effects £727 17s 8d

 

James Bartram and Isabella Manuel Carmichael Hall were married on Jun 05, 1866 in Parish Church, Newham, Bamburgh[83, 88]. They had the following children:

i.

Elizabeth Jane Bertram was born on May 08, 1867 in Elwick, Co Durham[185]. She lived in 61 Philip Street, Newcastle in 1901[69]. She lived in 3 Matfen Place, Newcastle in 1907[186]. She married Thomas Young on Jan 19, 1907 in Wesley Centuary Chapel, Bilston Road, Newcastle[186]. She died after 1908[187]. Sex: Female.

55. ii.

John Thomas Bertram was born on Mar 07, 1869 in Elwick, Co Durham[176, 188]. He married Elizabeth Ann Wright on Jun 22, 1895 in Register Office, district of Gateshead[189]. He died on Jul 17, 1918 in 15 Beresford Street, Whickham[190, 191].

iii.

James Bertram was born on Jan 31, 1871 in North Lodge, Dissington[192]. He died between Apr-Jun 1871 in Castle W. district[193]. Sex: Male.

Notes for James Bertram:

General Notes:

There are two sons James. Did the first one die between the 1871 census and the 1881?

 

 

iv.

George William Bertram was born between Jan-Mar 1873 in Newburn[194]. He lived in 61 Philip Street, Newcastle in 1897[195]. He was employed as a Cartman in 1897[195]. He married Margaret Scott on Feb 19, 1897 in Brunswick Place Chapel, Newcastle[195, 196]. He lived in 20 Shipley Street, Newcastle in 1901[197]. He lived in Bishop Auckland in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Mineral Water Company Traveller in 1901[197]. He was employed as a Mineral Water Works Cartman in 1901[69]. He lived in 203 Woodhorn Road, Ashington in 1943[198]. He died on Mar 29, 1943 in Thomas Taylor Homes, Stannington[198]. Sex: Male. His cause of death was Arterio Sclerosis, Achalasia of the cardia[198].

56. v.

Annie Elizabeth Bertram was born between Jan-Mar 1875 in Newburn[199]. She married John Heppell on Nov 13, 1897 in Brunswick Place Chapel, Newcastle[179]. She died after 1908[187].

57. vi.

James Bertram was born between Apr-Jun 1877 in Newburn[200]. He married Margaret Porter Henderson on Aug 13, 1903 in St Philip High, Elswick, Newcastle[201]. He died on Mar 04, 1954 in 69 Brinkburn Road, Darlington[202].

58. vii.

Henry Richard Bertram was born between Jul-Sep 1879[203]. He married Florence Jane Bell on Aug 27, 1910 in Congregational Church, Hencotes Street, Hexham[204]. He died on Jan 15, 1964 in Darlington[184, 205].

59. viii.

Ernest Edward Alfred Bertram was born on Jun 30, 1881 in North Dissington (Stamfordham)[177]. He married Ada Lunn on Jun 30, 1909 in Brunswick Place Chapel, Newcastle[180]. He died on Nov 03, 1942 in 67 Queens Road, Whitley Bay[206, 207].

ix.

Mary Eveline Bertram[187] was born on Apr 24, 1892 in 140 Philip Street, Newcastle[69, 178]. She lived in 61 Philip Street, Newcastle in 1901[69]. She died after 1908[187]. Sex: Female.

Margaret Bookless daughter of Archbold Bookless and June ? was born in 1837 in Scotland[63]. She died on May 02, 1863 in Embelton[208]. Sex: Female.

James Bartram and Margaret Bookless were married on Mar 13, 1860 in Relief Meeting House, Alnwick[82]. Witnesses: Mar 13, 1860 in John Davison, John(?) Bookless. They obtained a marriage license on Mar 13, 1860 in Photocopy obtained: Married in Relief Meeting house (Presbyterian). They had the following children:

60. i.

Margaret Bartram was born in 1861 in Alnwick[75, 84]. She married Simpson Buglass between Jan-Jun 1882 in Alnwick district[209]. She died after 1901[69].

61. ii.

Isabella Bartram[175] was born on Apr 16, 1863 in Embelton[175]. She married Peter Buglass on Mar 01, 1886 in United Presbyterian Church, Clayport Street, Alnwick[210]. She died after 1901[69].

26.

Mary Ann Bartram-6 (Benjamin-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born between 1838-1839 in Norhamshire[92]. She lived in Little Houghton in 1860[93]. She died after 1901. Sex: Female.

John Sheel son of John Anderson was born in 1839 in Long Houghton[75]. He was employed as a Hind in 1860[93]. He lived in Little Houghton in 1860[93]. He was employed as a Ag. Lab. in 1861[63]. He lived in 8 Little Houghton (with father in law) in 1861[63]. He lived in 46 Loadman Street, Elswick in 1881[75]. He was employed as a Stoker in 1881[75]. He lived in Bootle Cum Linacre in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Shipping Clerk in 1901[69]. He died after 1901. Sex: Male.

John Sheel and Mary Ann Bartram were married on May 20, 1860 in Long Houghton[93]. Witnesses: May 20, 1860 in Robert Sheel, Jane Bartram[93]. They had the following children:

i.

Mary I. Sheel was born in 1860 in Long Houghton[63]. Sex: Female.

ii.

John Thomas Sheel was born in 1864 in Fisher Stead, Northumberland[75]. Sex: Male.

iii.

Mary Jane Sheel was born in 1867 in Newcastle[75]. Sex: Female.

iv.

Dulcey B. Sheel was born in 1872 in Newcastle[75]. Sex: Female.

v.

Benjemen J. Sheel was born in 1875 in Newcastle[75]. Sex: Male.

62. vi.

Robert George Sheel was born in 1878 in Newcastle[75]. He died after 1901.

27.

Isabella Bartram-6 (Richard Robson-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born on Feb 02, 1831 in North Sunderland[45]. She lived in Lilburn, no longer living with parents in 1851[60]. She was employed as a House servant in 1851[60]. She was employed as a Poultry woman in 1901[69]. She lived in Beanly in 1901[69]. She died after 1901[69]. Sex: Female.

John Diery was born in 1832 in Roddam[45]. He lived in Roddam in 1881[75]. He was employed as a Forrester in 1881[75]. He died between 1881-1901[69, 75]. Sex: Male.

John Diery and Isabella Bartram married. They had the following children:

i.

Margaret Diery was born in 1857 in Calder[45]. She lived in with parents in 1881[75]. She was employed as a Dressmaker in 1881[75]. Sex: Female.

63. ii.

Richard Diery was born on Aug 27, 1863 in Calder Roddam[45].

28.

Margaret Bartram-6 (Richard Robson-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born in 1833 in Wooler[45, 60]. She was employed as a Farm Labourer in 1851[60]. She lived in Burton village (visitor) in 1891[136]. She was employed as a Agricultural labourer in 1891[136]. She lived in 1 Crawhall Terrace, All Saints, Newcastle (with son) in 1901[69]. She died after 1901[69]. Sex: Female.

Andrew Mitchell was born in 1830 in Wooler[45]. He lived in 109 Parker Str., Byker in 1881[75]. He was employed as a Dealer in marine stores in 1881[75]. He died between 1881-1901[69, 75]. Sex: Male.

Andrew Mitchell and Margaret Bartram were married on May 27, 1854 in Lamberton Toll. They had the following children:

i.

Richard Mitchell was born on May 04, 1861 in 6 Grenville Place, Newcastle[45]. He lived in with parents in 1881[75]. He was employed as a Cartman in 1881[75]. He was employed as a Metal Hair Skin and Reg Merchant in 1901[69]. He lived in 1 Crawhall Terrace, All Saints, Newcastle in 1901[69]. He died after 1901[69]. Sex: Male.

ii.

Andrew Mitchell was born in 1868 in Newcastle[45]. He lived in with parents in 1881[75]. He was employed as a Errand Boy in 1881[75]. Sex: Male.

iii.

Margaret D. J. Mitchell was born in 1875 in Newcastle[45]. She lived in 1 Crawhall Terrace, All Saints, Newcastle (with brother) in 1901[69]. She was employed as a Manageress in 1901[69]. She died after 1901[69]. Sex: Female.

29.

James Bartram-6 (Richard Robson-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born in 1835 in Humbelton Buildings, Wooler[45, 75]. He was employed as a Farm labourer in 1851[60]. He was employed as a Plate Layer in 1881[75]. He lived in 5 Prospect Hill, Earsdon between 1881-1910[75]. He was employed as a Brake cabin labourer in 1891[136]. He lived in Chirton, Northumberland in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Brake cabin labourer in 1901[69]. He died between Apr-Jun 1910 in 5 Prospect Hill, Earsdon[45, 97]. Sex: Male.

Eleanor Minto daughter of George Minto and Mary ? was born in 1844 in Ulgham[15, 75]. She was baptized on Apr 10, 1844 in Ulgham[15]. She died between Apr-Jun 1895 in Chirton, Northumberland[45, 211]. Sex: Female.

James Bartram and Eleanor Minto were married on Feb 03, 1866 in Morpeth district[45, 96]. They had the following children:

i.

James Bartram was born between Apr-Jun 1866 in Prospect Hill, Chirton[45, 212]. He lived in with parents in 1881[75]. He was employed as a Signalman in 1881[75]. He died between Jan-Mar 1894 in Tynemouth district[213]. Sex: Male.

64. ii.

Mary Bartram was born between Jan-Mar 1869 in Prospect Hill, Chirton[45, 214]. She married James Taylor Thompson on Sep 04, 1886[45].

65. iii.

Richard Bartram was born between Oct-Dec 1871 in Prospect Hill, Chirton[45, 215]. He married Mary Isabella Whitehead on Nov 27, 1895 in Tynemouth district[45, 216]. He died after 1901[69].

30.

Elizabeth Bartram-6 (Richard Robson-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born in 1837 in Lilburn Grange, Wooler[45, 60]. She was employed as a Outdoor labourer in 1861[63]. She died on Apr 27, 1902 in Wooler Common[69, 75, 98]. Sex: Female. She was buried in Wooler Churchyard.

William Rutherford son of William Rutherford and Isabella Stevenson was born in 1839 in Kirknewton[45]. He was employed as a Shepherd in 1871[84]. He lived in Common Burn, Selby's Forest in 1871[84]. He lived in Common Burn, Selbys Forest in 1881[75]. He was employed as a Shepherd in 1881[75]. He lived in West Whelpington in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Shepherd in 1901[69]. He died on Mar 30, 1901 in Noble Lands[69]. Sex: Male. He was buried in Wooler Churchyard.

William Rutherford and Elizabeth Bartram were married on Feb 23, 1866[45]. They had the following children:

i.

William Rutherford was born in 1867 in Selby Forest, Northumberland[45]. He lived in Earle in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Rabbit catcher in 1901[69]. He died after 1901[69]. Sex: Male.

66. ii.

Richard Rutherford was born in 1868 in Selby Forest, Northumberland[45]. He died on Dec 31, 1947 in Tower Martin[217].

iii.

Margaret Rutherford was born in 1870 in Kirknewton[45]. She lived in Roddam (with aunt and uncle) in 1881[75]. Sex: Female.

iv.

Isabella S. Rutherford was born in 1873 in Selby Forest, Northumberland[45]. Sex: Female.

v.

James Rutherford was born in 1877 in Selby Forest, Northumberland[45]. He lived in Earle in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Rabbit catcher in 1901[69]. He died after 1901[69]. Sex: Male.

vi.

Mary Elizabeth Rutherford was born in 1879 in Selbys Forest[75]. She died after 1901. Sex: Female.

31.

Phillis Bartram-6 (Richard Robson-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born between Apr-Jun 1839 in Lilburn Grange, Wooler[99]. She lived in Earle in 1901[69]. She died in 1902[45]. Sex: Female.

Alexander Rutherford son of William Rutherford and Isabella Stevenson was born on Oct 24, 1835 in Langleyford Hope, Northumberland[15, 75]. He was baptized on Dec 16, 1835 in United Associate Tower Hill-Nc, Wooler[15]. He was employed as a Shepherd in 1871[84]. He lived in Langleyford Hope in 1871[84]. He lived in Langleyford Hope, Selbys Forest, Northumberland in 1881[75]. He was employed as a Shepherd in 1881[75]. He lived in Chatton in 1901[69]. He lived in Fowberry Moor, Chatton in 1901[69]. He died in 1901[45]. He was employed as a Shepherd in 1901[69]. Sex: Male.

Alexander Rutherford and Phillis Bartram were married on May 23, 1859 in Glendale district[45, 100]. They had the following children:

i.

Margaret Rutherford was born in 1860 in Langleyford Hope, Northumberland[75]. Sex: Female.

ii.

William Rutherford was born in 1862 in Selby Forest, Northumberland[45]. Sex: Male.

67. iii.

Richard Rutherford was born in 1864 in Selby Forest, Northumberland[45]. He died after 1901[69].

68. iv.

James Rutherford was born in 1868 in Selby Forest, Northumberland[45].

v.

Isabella Rutherford was born in 1871 in Selby Forest, Northumberland[45]. She lived in Castle Hill, Alnham (with aunt and uncle) in 1881[75]. She was employed as a Scholar in 1881[75]. Sex: Female.

vi.

Annie Curry Rutherford was born in 1872 in North Langleford, Kirknewton[45, 69]. She lived in Castle Hill, Alnham (with aunt and uncle) in 1881[75]. She was employed as a Scholar in 1881[75]. She died after 1901[69]. Sex: Female.

69. vii.

Elizabeth Rutherford was born in 1876 in Langleyford Hope, Northumberland[75]. She married William Swanston Trotter between Apr-Jun 1900 in Glendale district[218]. She died after 1901.

viii.

George Alex Rutherford was born in 1886 in North Langleyford, Kirknewton[45, 69]. He was employed as a Farm worker in 1901[69]. Sex: Male.

32.

Ellen Bartram-6 (Richard Robson-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born on Apr 05, 1841 in Lilburn Grange, Wooler[101, 102]. She was employed as a Servant in 1861[102]. She lived in Bedlington in 1901[69]. She died on Mar 23, 1912 in Frances Villa, Scotland Gate[102]. Sex: Female.

Ralph Young son of John Young and Elizabeth Thompson[45] was born on Jul 02, 1837 in Bolton Buildings, Northumberland[45]. He lived in Haystack Hill, Acklington Park in 1881[75]. He was employed as a Ag Lab in 1881[75]. He died on Mar 27, 1919 in Newbiggin Road, Ashington[102]. Sex: Male.

Ralph Young and Ellen Bartram were married on Nov 28, 1861 in Overgrass, Felton[45, 103]. They had the following children:

70. i.

Margaret Young was born in 1862 in Overgrass, Felton[45].

ii.

John Young was born on Jan 24, 1864 in Overgrass, Felton[102]. He died on Feb 07, 1864 in Overgrass, Felton[102]. He was employed as a Ag Lab in 1881[75]. Sex: Male.

71. iii.

John Young was born in 1865 in The Firth, Felton[102]. He married Elinor White in 1900[102].

72. iv.

Elizabeth Young was born in 1869 in North Farm, Choppington, Northumberland[102]. She married John William Shillinglaw on Oct 17, 1895 in Bothal[102].

73. v.

Eleanor Young was born in 1872 in North Farm, Choppington,, Northumberland[102].

74. vi.

Richard Young was born on May 30, 1874 in Newton Red House, Northumberland[45]. He married Alice Isobella Crofts on Sep 09, 1897 in St Paul's C of E, Choppington[102]. He died on Aug 11, 1941 in 117 Pont Street, Ashington[102].

75. vii.

James Young was born in 1877 in Longwitton, Northumberland[45].

76. viii.

Mary A. Young was born in 1879 in Close House, Morpeth[102].

ix.

Ralph Young was born in 1882 in North Farm, Choppington, Northumberland[102]. Sex: Male.

77. x.

Phyllis Young was born in 1885 in North Farm, Choppington, Northumberland[102].

78. xi.

Isabella Young was born in 1885 in North Farm, Choppington, Northumberland[102]. She married James Locke in 1909 in Morpeth district[102].

33.

Joseph Bartram-6 (Richard Robson-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born on May 03, 1843 in Lilburn Grange, Wooler[104, 105]. He lived in Lilburn Grange, Wooler in 1851[219]. He was employed as a Farm labourer in 1861[220]. He lived in Cavill Head, Acklington in 1861[220]. He was employed as a Coal Miner in 1871[221]. He lived in Low Butcher Race, Tudhoe, Durham (with Thomas Coulson and Ann Mounsey) in 1871[221]. He was employed as a Collier Sinker in 1876[222]. He lived in Sunderland Bridge, Durham in 1879[45]. He was employed as a Coal Miner, Tudhoe Colliery in 1881[75]. He lived in Rogerson Terrace, Sunderland Bridge, Durham in 1881[75]. He lived in #138 ?, Tudhoe in 1891[136]. He was employed as a Coal Miner in 1891[136]. He died on Oct 24, 1899 in Lunatic Asylum, Sedgefield[108]. Sex: Male. His cause of death was General Paralysis. He was employed as a Coalminer: stoneman below ground[223].

Mary Jane Coulson daughter of Thomas Coulson and Ann Mounsey was born on Jan 09, 1856 in Low Burn Hall, Durham[45]. She died on May 05, 1881 in 16 Rogersons Terrace, Sunderland Bridge[224]. Sex: Female. Her cause of death was Phthisis Parturition 5 days. (complications from childbirth).

Joseph Bartram and Mary Jane Coulson were married on Mar 06, 1875 in Durham Register Office[106, 107]. They had the following children:

79. i.

Margaret Ann Bartram was born on Jun 26, 1875 in Butcher Race, Durham[225]. She died on May 18, 1923 in Sedgefield Lunatic Asylum[223].

ii.

Agnes Ann Bartram was born on Aug 04, 1876 in Croxdale Colliery, Sunderland Bridge[222, 226]. She was baptized on Aug 27, 1876 in Croxdale[45]. She died between Oct-Dec 1876 in Croxdale Colliery, Sunderland Bridge[45, 227]. Sex: Female.

80. iii.

Annie P. Bartram was born on Oct 08, 1877 in Croxdale, Durham[45, 75, 228]. She married James Hewitt on Nov 11, 1899 in Register Office, Durham[229]. She died after 1923[223].

81. iv.

Mary Bartram was born on Jun 12, 1879 in Croxdale, Durham[230, 231]. She married Edward James Maskell on Oct 20, 1900 in Middlesboro Register Office[45]. She died in 1943 in Darfield, Barnsley[45].

v.

Thomas Bartram was born between Apr-Jun 1881 in Croxdale, Durham[45, 232]. He was baptized on May 01, 1881 in Croxdale, Durham[233]. He died between Jul-Sep 1881 in Croxdale, Durham[234]. Sex: Male.

34.

Richard John Bartram-6 (Richard Robson-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born between Oct-Dec 1845 in Lilburn Grange, Wooler[45, 109]. He was employed as a Cartman at colliery in 1881[75]. He lived in Rose Cottage, Holywell in 1881[75]. He lived in 3 Crone Street, Bertram Place, Earsdon (now Shiremoor) in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Coal miner stonemaker underground in 1901[69]. He died between Oct-Dec 1903 in Tynemouth district[112]. Sex: Male.

101.

Elizabeth Younger daughter of James Younger and Agnes Bartram was born on Nov 19, 1850 in Millfield Hall, Kirknewton, Northumberland[75, 235]. She died after 1901[69]. Sex: Female.

Richard John Bartram and Elizabeth Younger were married on Apr 12, 1873 in Seaton Delaval[110, 111]. They had the following children:

i.

James Richard Bartram was born between Oct-Dec 1875 in Earsdon[45, 236]. He married Elleanor Peacock on Jun 01, 1898 in Tynemouth district[45, 237]. He was employed as a Coal miner, shifter underground in 1901[69]. He died between Jan-Mar 1941 in Northumberland Central[238]. Sex: Male.

ii.

Robert Bartram was born between Jul-Sep 1882 in Earsdon[45, 239]. He was employed as a Blacksmith in 1901[69]. He died between Apr-Jun 1938 in Newcastle district[240]. Sex: Male.

82. iii.

George William Bertram[110] was born between Jul-Sep 1887 in Gosforth[45, 241]. He married Ruth Elizabeth Chipperfield on Nov 14, 1908 in Earsdon[110, 242]. He died in 1917[110].

iv.

Agnes Mary Bartram was born between Oct-Dec 1891 in Gosforth[69, 243]. She married ? Ashworth between Oct-Dec 1922 in Newcastle district[244]. Sex: Female.

35.

Ann Howey Bartram-6 (Richard Robson-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born between Apr-Jun 1848 in Lilburn Grange, Wooler[113]. She died after 1901[69]. Sex: Female.

Matthew Hedley was born in 1849 in Mitford, Northumberland[45]. He was employed as a Ag Lab in 1881[75]. He lived in Brunton Bridge, West Brunton, Northumberland in 1881[75]. He lived in Low Horton, Horton Entire in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Ag Lab in 1901[69]. He died after 1901[69]. Sex: Male.

Matthew Hedley and Ann Howey Bartram were married on Apr 24, 1869 in St John the Baptist, Newcastle[45, 114, 115]. They had the following children:

i.

Margaret Hedley was born in 1870 in Felton, Northumberland[45]. Sex: Female.

ii.

Ann Hedley was born in 1873 in Earsdon, Northumberland[45]. Sex: Female.

iii.

William Hedley was born in 1876 in Earsdon, Northumberland[45]. She lived in Low Horton, Horton Entire (with parents) in 1901[69]. She was employed as a Ag Lab in 1901[69]. Sex: Female.

iv.

Mary E. Hedley was born in 1878 in Gosforth[45]. Sex: Female.

v.

Sarah Hedley was born in 1879 in Gosforth[45]. Sex: Female.

vi.

Matthew Hedley was born in 1883 in Gosforth[69]. He was employed as a Ag Lab in 1901[69]. Sex: Male.

vii.

Richard Hedley was born in 1889 in Gosforth[69]. Sex: Male.

36.

William Baron Bartram-6 (Thomas-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born between 1807-1808 in Wigtown[45]. He was employed as a Ag Lab. in 1841[44]. He lived in Windy Nook, Heworth in 1841[44]. He was employed as a Sand Miller in 1848[121]. He died on Jun 05, 1848 in Sherriff Hill, Gateshead[121]. Sex: Male. His cause of death was Typhus fever.

Mary ? was born about 1811[28]. She died between Apr-Jun 1845 in Gateshead district[245]. Sex: Female.

William Baron Bartram and Mary ? married. They had the following children:

i.

Mary Bartram was born about 1833 in Durham county[28]. She lived in Sherriff Hill, Gateshead (with aunt and uncle Forsyth) in 1851[246]. She was employed as a Dressmaker in 1851[246]. Sex: Female.

ii.

Margaret Bartram was born about 1838 in Durham county[28]. She lived in Sherriff Hill, Gateshead (with aunt and uncle Forsyth) in 1851[246]. Sex: Female.

iii.

Sarah Bartram was born in 1840 in Durham county[28]. She was baptized on Sep 06, 1840 in Heworth[15]. Sex: Female.

37.

James Bartram-6 (Thomas-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born in 1811 in Ewart, Northumberland[31, 60]. He lived in Newcastle in 1848[122]. He was employed as a Labourer in 1848[122]. He was employed as a Agric. Lab. in 1851[60]. He lived in Heworth, Gateshead in 1851[31]. He lived in Blue Quarries, Heworth in 1861[63]. He was employed as a Ag. Lab. in 1861[63]. He lived in Blue Quarries, Heworth in 1871[84]. He was employed as a Cartman in 1871[84]. He lived in Sherif Hill, Gateshead in 1877[31]. He was employed as a Cartman in 1877[31]. He died on Dec 19, 1877 in Sherif Hill, Gateshead[31]. Sex: Male. His cause of death was Natural causes[31].

Margaret Reay daughter of Robert (?) Reay and Margaret ? was born in 1808 in Blue Quarries, Durham[75, 247]. She was baptized in 1818 in Heworth[63]. She was employed as a Launderess in 1841[28]. She lived in Carr Hill, Heworth in 1841[28]. She died between Apr-Jun 1883 in Gateshead district[247, 248]. Sex: Female.

James Bartram and Margaret Reay were married between Jul-Sep 1848 in St John the Baptist, Newcastle[114, 122, 123]. They had the following children:

i.

Mary Ann Bartram was born after 1827. She lived in Bensham, Gateshead in 1877[31]. Sex: Female.

83. ii.

James Bartram was born between Apr-Jun 1847 in Heworth[60, 249]. He married Mary Ann Telford on May 20, 1872 in Jesmond Parish Church[84, 250]. He died on Oct 11, 1887 in Gateshead[250].

38.

John Bartram-6 (Thomas-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born in 1819 in Paxton, Berwickshire[75]. He was employed as a Man servant in 1841[28]. He lived in Eshott Park in 1841[28]. He was employed as a Husbandman in 1846[119]. He lived in High Street, Gateshead in 1846[119]. He lived in 15 Firth Street, Newcastle in 1851[251]. He lived in 66 Hinde Street, Elswick in 1871[144]. He lived in 39 Sycamore St, Elswick in 1881[75]. He was employed as a General Labourer in 1881[75]. He was employed as a Mechanic in 1882[252]. He lived in 37 Sycamore Street, Newcastle in 1890[253]. He was employed as a Cartman in 1890[253]. He died on Mar 04, 1890 in 37 Sycamore Street, Newcastle[125]. Sex: Male. His cause of death was General paralysis 2 years, exhaustion[253].

Mary Fletcher daughter of Robert Fletcher was born in 1822 in Jarrow[75]. She died between Oct-Dec 1887 in Newcastle[254]. Sex: Female.

John Bartram and Mary Fletcher were married on Apr 26, 1846 in Gateshead[119]. Witnesses: James Bartrim and Margaret Reay[119]. They had the following children:

84. i.

Thomas Bertram was born between Jul-Sep 1846 in Newcastle[12, 255]. He married Margaret Elizabeth Moody on May 27, 1882 in Parish Church, Bishopwearmouth[252, 256]. He died between Oct-Dec 1925 in Newcastle[257].

ii.

John Bartram was born between Jan-Mar 1857 in St Andrew, Newcastle[12, 114, 258]. He was employed as a Apprentice Clerk in 1871[144]. Sex: Male.

39.

Alexander Bartram-6 (Thomas-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born in 1821 in Pawston, Kirknewton, Northumberland[75, 84]. He was employed as a Ag Lab. in 1841[28]. He lived in Shilbottle Village in 1841[28]. He was employed as a Husbandman in 1848[259]. He lived in Haugh Head, Eglingham, Northumberland between 1848-1849[260]. He was employed as a Labourer in 1849[260]. He lived in Tiltington in 1851[60]. He was employed as a Ag Lab in 1851[60]. He was employed as a Ag Lab in 1871[84]. He lived in Fowberry Moor in 1871[84]. He was employed as a Ag Lab in 1881[75]. He lived in Fowberry Moor Hamlet, Chatton, Northumberand in 1881[75]. He lived in Burton Village (Belford) in 1891[136]. He died between Oct-Dec 1896 in Belford district[126]. Sex: Male. He was employed as a Dry Stone Dyker[261].

Notes for Alexander Bartram:

General Notes:

[alexander.FTW]

 

In 1871 census children Sarah, John, and Thonas are missing

 

 

Elizabeth Chambers daughter of Joseph Chambers and Elizabeth ? was born about 1827 in Fowberry Mains, Chatton, Northumberland[75, 84]. She was baptized on Jun 15, 1827 in Cheviot Street Presbyterian, Wooler[15, 262]. She died between Jul-Sep 1890 in Belford district[262, 263]. Sex: Female.

Alexander Bartram and Elizabeth Chambers married. They had the following children:

85. i.

Elizabeth Bartram was born between Oct-Dec 1846 in Belford Moor, Northumberland[75, 262, 264]. She died in May 1932 in Alnwick district[265].

ii.

Margaret Bartram was born on Feb 28, 1848 in Haugh Head, Edlingham[60, 259]. She lived in Fowberry Moor (with parents) in 1871[84]. She was employed as a Ag Lab in 1871[84, 262]. She died after 1871. Sex: Female.

iii.

William Byron Bartram was born on Mar 26, 1849 in Haugh Head, Eglingham, Northumberland[75, 260]. He lived in Fowberry Moor (with parents) in 1871[84]. He was employed as a Ag Lab in 1871[84, 262]. He was employed as a Ag Lab in 1881[75, 262]. He lived in 4 New Shoreston, Northumberland in 1901[69, 262]. He was employed as a Hind in 1901[69, 262]. He died in Mar 1919 in West Link Hall[266, 267]. He was buried on Mar 03, 1919 in Ellingham[266]. Sex: Male. Marital Status: Not married[261, 262].

86. iv.

Sarah Bartram was born between Jan-Mar 1851 in Eglingham, Northumberland[69, 75, 268]. She died between Apr-Jun 1931 in Belford district[269].

v.

Jane Bartram was born between Apr-Jun 1853 in Farney Beds , Northumberland[75, 84, 270]. She lived in Fowberry Moor (with parents) in 1871[84]. She was employed as a ag lab in 1871[84, 262]. She was employed as a Farm Serv in 1881[75, 262]. She was employed as a Ag. lab. in 1891[136]. She lived in Burton Vilage, Belford (with father) in 1891[136]. She was employed as a Housekeeper in 1901[69, 262]. She lived in Adderstone in 1901[69, 262]. She died between Oct-Dec 1923 in Belford district[271]. Sex: Female. Marital Status: Not married[261, 262].

87. vi.

Alexander Bartram was born between Jul-Sep 1856 in Sturton Grange, Warkworth, Northumberland[69, 75, 144, 272]. He married Mary Ann Gilhome between Oct-Dec 1894 in Belford district[273]. He died between Oct-Dec 1943 in Northumberland North 2nd district[274].

vii.

Eleanor C. Bartram was born in 1860 in South Farm, Craster, Northumberland[75, 84]. She lived in Fowberry Moor (with parents) in 1871[84]. She was employed as a Farm Serv in 1881[75, 262]. She was employed as a Servant in 1891[136]. She lived in Chatton in 1891[136]. She was employed as a Domestic servant in 1901[69, 262]. She lived in Middleton in 1901[69, 262]. She died between Oct-Dec 1932 in Belford district[275]. Sex: Female. Marital Status: Not married[261, 262].

88. viii.

George Bartram was born between Apr-Jun 1862 in West Wheatwood, Chatton, Northumberland[75, 84, 276]. He married Hannah ? between Oct-Dec 1885 in Alnwick district[277]. He died between Jul-Sep 1912 in Belford district[278].

89. ix.

James Bartram was born between Jul-Sep 1865 in Hettonsteads, Chatton, Northumberland[75, 84, 279]. He died after 1901[69].

90. x.

John Henry Bartram was born between Jul-Sep 1867 in Lowick or Chatton[69, 75, 262, 280]. He married Margaret Morton between Oct-Dec 1898 in Belford district[262, 281]. He died in Jun 1928 in Morpeth district[262, 282].

91. xi.

Mary Ann Bartram was born between Jul-Sep 1869 in Branton, Ingram, Northumberland[144, 283]. She died after 1904[284].

40.

Robert Bartram-6 (Thomas-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born on Nov 14, 1822 in Paxton, Berwickshire[12]. He lived in Coupland (near Kirknewton) in 1841[28]. He was employed as a Man servant in 1841[28]. He lived in Haughend, Wooler in 1849[285]. He was employed as a Labourer between 1849-1850[285, 286]. He lived in Hillgate, Gateshead in 1850[286]. He lived in St Nicholas Ward, Newcastle in 1851[60]. He was employed as a Cartman in 1868[127]. He died on Dec 09, 1868 in Newcastle[127]. Sex: Male. His cause of death was Dropsy[127].

Margaret Renton was born on Mar 31, 1823 in Wooler district[12, 287]. She died on Apr 19, 1881 in 13 Middle Street, Elswick, Newcastle[287]. Sex: Female. Her cause of death was Bronchitis; cardiac disability[287].

Robert Bartram and Margaret Renton married. They had the following children:

i.

Mary Ann Bartram was born on Jan 20, 1849 in Haughhead, Wooler[285]. She was christened on Apr 22, 1849 in Wooler[288]. Sex: Female.

92. ii.

Alice Bartram was born on Jun 16, 1850 in Gateshead[286]. She married Thomas Wilson on Nov 03, 1872 in St Johns, Newcastle[289, 290]. She died in 1903 in Gateshead[12].

iii.

George Bartram was born on Apr 26, 1853 in Newcastle[12, 291]. He died between Mar-Jun 1853[12]. Sex: Male.

iv.

Thomas Bartram was born on Apr 26, 1853 in Newcastle[12, 291]. He died between Apr-Jun 1853 in Newcastle district[292]. Sex: Male.

v.

Robert Bartram was born on Mar 16, 1856 in Newcastle (St Andrew)[12, 293]. He died between Apr-Jun 1856 in Newcastle district[294]. Sex: Male.

93. vi.

Catherine Bartram was born in 1860 in Newcastle[12]. She married Matthew Chapman between Oct-Dec 1882 in Newcastle district[12, 295]. She died after 1901[69].

41.

Margaret Bartram-6 (Thomas-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born on May 14, 1825 in Filkington[128]. She was employed as a farm servant in 1841[28]. She lived in Norham Mains in 1841[28]. She lived in Wooler district in 1849[296]. She was employed as a House Servant in 1851[60]. She lived in Chatton Parish in 1851[60]. She lived in High Street, Wooler (with parents) in 1861[63]. She lived in High Street, Wooler in 1871[84]. She was employed as a Seamstress in 1871[84]. She lived in High Street, Wooler in 1881[75]. She was employed as a Housekeeper in 1881[75]. She lived in Glendale Union workhouse in 1901[12, 69]. She died between Oct-Dec 1915 in Glendale district[129]. Sex: Female.

Robert Tait[288] was born before 1833. Sex: Male.

Robert Tait and Margaret Bartram met. They had the following children:

i.

William Bartram was born on Dec 02, 1849 in Wooler[84, 296, 297]. He was christened on Jan 27, 1850 in Wooler[288]. He lived in High Street, Wooler (with mother) in 1871[84]. He was employed as a Stone Mason in 1871[84]. He was employed as a Mason in 1874[298]. He died on Oct 20, 1874 in Wooler[298]. Sex: Male. His cause of death was Flip joint disease 2.5 years arthritis certified[298].

Notes for William Bartram:

General Notes:

Father Robert Tait (Joan Platt)

 

 

42.

Mary Bartram-6 (Thomas-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born in 1829[44]. She was employed as a Labourer in 1852[130]. She died after 1852[130]. Sex: Female.

Mary Bartram and unknown spouse married. They had the following children:

i.

Mary Bartram was born in Oct 1851[130]. She was christened on Jan 07, 1852 in Wooler[288]. She died on Jan 16, 1852 in Wooler[130]. Sex: Female. Her cause of death was Smallpox[130].

43.

James Bartram-6 (John-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born on Nov 17, 1823 in Norham[137]. He was baptized on Dec 01, 1823 in United Presbyterian, Spittal, Northumberand[15]. He lived in Horncliff, Norham in 1841[299]. He was employed as a Ag lab in 1841[299]. He was employed as a Post messenger in 1851[60]. He lived in Wooler in 1851[60]. He lived in Dove Cote Lane, Wooler in 1861[63]. He was employed as a Post messenger in 1861[63]. He was employed as a Post messenger in 1867[138]. He lived in Wooler in 1867[138]. He lived in Royal Arms Inn, Wooler in 1881[75]. He was employed as a Innkeeper in 1881[75]. He died on Dec 28, 1897 in Wooler[98]. He was buried on Dec 31, 1897 in Wooler graveyard[300]. Sex: Male.

Notes for James Bartram:

General Notes:

From the Berwick Advertiser of 7th January 1898:

 

DEATH OF MR JAMES BERTRAM The last day of 1897 saw the remains of the late Mr James Bertram interred in Wooler Churchyard, his death having occurred on Wednesday at the ripe at of 74 years. Deceased was well known, having been a rural postman, travelling from Wooler to Fenton and Kimmerston daily. He was twenty five years on the route, and then retired on a well earned pension. Being incapacitated from performing any very active service, he became landlord of the Royal Arms Inn, which he conducted ever since, having spent another quarter of a century as host. For eleven years he drove a bus to Belford Station previous to the opening of the Alnwick and Cornhill braqnch of the North Eastern Railway, and was noted for his attention and civility to those travelling with him.

 

Will (poor photocopy): I James Bertram of Wooler in the County of Northumberland Inne Keeper hereby revoke ... Dispostion heretofore made by me and declare this to be my last Will.

 

I appoint William Alder of Berwick-upon-Tweed joint ... and David ... to be the executors

 

I give devise and bequeath all my ... and personal estate whatever and whenever ... Eliza Mary Bertram Maggie Jane Bertram and Hannah Bertram ...

 

In witness .. 23rd day of December .. hunderd and ninety seven.

 

Signature

 

Signed by the said James Bertram ...

 

From the Newcastle Daily Journal 5th January 1884:

 

ACCIDENT TO THE BELFORD AND WOOLER COACH

 

SEVERAL PERSONS INJURED.

 

On Wednesday night last, an accident of alarming nature occurred to the Woller and Belford omnibus near Chatton Park Hill. Whilst Bertram, the driver, was descending the hill the pole of the bus broke. Near Dr Marshall's house there is a rather sharp turn, and at this point the vehicle upset, and nine passengers who were inside and four who were outside were all more or less injured. The horses, however, kept their feet, and were about to make off when one of the passengers, less hurt than the rest, got hold of the horse's heads, and thus prevented what would inevitably have been loss of life. Medical assistance was at once telegraphed for, and Dr Day was early in attendance. Dr Marshall, the Rev J. A. Roberts, Mr George Ord, and others were also present, and rendered every assistance. Some of the passengers were for a little time in a state of unconsciousness, but they were carefully looked after at the house of Mrs Forrest. They all so far recovered as to be taken to their various homes, with the exception of Mr Bertram, who was severly injured, and had to be remvoed to the Percy Arms Hotel. He, however, recovered consciousness on Thursday evening, and was yesterday enabled to travel to Wooler. All the other passengers are progressing favourably, and Mr and Mrs Fitzgerald deserve every credit for the unremitting attention to those who suffered through the mishap.

 

From the Alnwick Gazette:

 

January 5, 1884

 

COACH: On Wednesday while Mr Bertram's coach was coming down Chatton Park Hill, the shaft on his brake snapped, and not-withstanding every effort made by Mr Bertram to keep the horses going forward to avoid a 'smash' on taking the first turn at Bates House, the sudden turn upset the coach, which is a covered one. There were thirteen passengers besides luggage; the horses were not thrown over, and but for the presence of mind of a young man from Lilburn Gardens, the consequences would have been very serious as it was all the passengers got severely shaken, and several had cuts and bruises.

 

 

 

 

Anne Agnes Andersen daughter of George Andersen was born on Apr 18, 1832 in Norham[75, 137]. She lived in Wooler in 1867[138]. Marital Status: 1867 in Widow[138]. She died on May 08, 1899 in Wooler[98]. Sex: Female. She was also known as Agnes. She was buried in Wooler graveyard.

James Bartram and Anne Agnes Andersen were married on Mar 16, 1867 in Register Office, Berwick[138, 139]. They had the following children:

94. i.

Eliza Haig Bartram was born on Feb 19, 1868[137, 301]. She married William Alexander Innes on Sep 16, 1891 in Wooler[15, 302].

ii.

Anne Bartram was born on Feb 06, 1870 in Wooler[75, 137, 303]. She died on Dec 11, 1890 in Berwick. Sex: Female. She was buried in Berwick cemetery.

95. iii.

Maggie Jane Bartram was born on Aug 07, 1873 in Wooler[75, 137, 304]. She married Frederick William Ridley on Jun 12, 1894 in Wooler[305]. She died on Nov 24, 1949[137, 306].

iv.

Hannah Bartram was born on May 10, 1876 in Wooler[75, 137, 307]. She died on Apr 22, 1960 in Wooler[137]. Sex: Female. She was buried in Wooler Cemetery.

Sarah Smith was born on Feb 18, 1823 in Scotland[60, 137]. She died on Feb 13, 1860 in Wooler[63, 306, 308]. Sex: Female. Her cause of death was Ovanian Dropsy[306].

James Bartram and Sarah Smith were married in 1846. They had the following children:

96. i.

John Bartram was born on May 23, 1847 in Lowick (Fenwick Stead)[137, 309]. He married Elizabeth Winlaw Telfer on Mar 25, 1871 in Wooler[310]. He died between Apr-Jun 1915 in Gateshead district[311].

ii.

Elizabeth Bartram was born on Apr 26, 1849 in Norham[306, 312]. She died after 1861[63]. Sex: Female.

iii.

William Bartram was born on Jun 30, 1851 in Norham[63, 306, 313]. He died after 1861[63]. Sex: Male.

iv.

Mary Ann Bartram was born on Feb 19, 1854 in Norham[63, 306, 314]. She died after 1871[84]. Sex: Female.

v.

Sarah Isabella Bartram was born on May 04, 1856 in Fenton[63, 84, 306, 315]. She lived in Chatton in 1871[84]. She was employed as a Domestic Servant in 1871[84]. She died after 1871. Sex: Female.

44.

John Bartram-6 (John-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born in 1825 in Norham[60]. He was christened on Jan 30, 1826 in United Presbyterian, Spittal[15]. He was employed as a Ag Lab in 1841[44]. He was employed as a Ag Lab in 1851[60]. He was employed as a Labourer in 1851[131]. He lived in Millfield Hill in 1851[131]. He was employed as a Shepherd and bailiff in 1881[75]. He lived in Upper Tankersley, Yorks in 1881[75]. He lived in Ward Place, Birley Carr, Wadsley Bridge, Sheffield in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Retired Farmer in 1901[69]. He died in Jun 1903 in Ecclesfield, York[45]. He was buried on Jun 28, 1903 in Ecclesfield, York. Sex: Male.

Jane Thain daughter of Edward Thain and Jane ? was born in 1823 in Eglingham[75]. She lived in Millfield Hill in 1851[131]. She was employed as a Servant in 1851[131]. She died in Jun 1905 in Jackson Street, Manchester[45]. She was buried on Jun 15, 1905 in Ecclesfield, York[45]. Sex: Female.

John Bartram and Jane Thain were married on Apr 06, 1851 in Presbyterian Meeting House, Crookham[131]. They had the following children:

97. i.

Jane Elizabeth Bartram was born in 1852 in Nethershire Ecclesfield[45]. She married Edward Hampshire on Apr 03, 1877 in St Peter's Church Parish of Tankersley County of York[45]. She died between Jul-Sep 1894 in Barnburgh, Nr Doncaster[45].

98. ii.

John Bartram was born in 1853 in Shiregreen Ecclesfield[45]. He married Harriett Hellewell on Feb 09, 1874[45]. He died after 1901[69].

iii.

Edward Bartram was born in 1855 in Shiregreen Ecclesfield[45]. He died in 1858 in Shiregreen Ecclesfield[45]. Sex: Male.

99. iv.

Mary Ann Bartram was born in 1857[45].

v.

James Bartram was born in 1860 in Ecclesfield, York[75]. He was employed as a Carpenter in 1881[75]. He married Elisabeth Grayson on Jul 02, 1884[45]. He was employed as a Joiner, builder and contractor in 1901[69]. He lived in Ecclesfield in 1901[69]. He died after 1901[69]. Sex: Male.

vi.

William Bartram was born in 1862 in Fearnleys Farm Hoyland[45]. He died in 1865 in Hoyland[45]. Sex: Male.

vii.

Edward Bartram was born in 1863 in Fearnleys Farm Hoyland[45]. He died in 1865 in Fearnleys Farm Hoyland[45]. Sex: Male.

100. viii.

Hannah Bartram was born in 1866 in Hoyland Nether, Yorks[75]. She married James Bowden on Feb 06, 1887[45]. She died after 1901[69].

45.

Agnes Bartram-6 (John-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born about 1827 in Norham, Northumberland[75]. She was christened on Nov 23, 1827 in Spittal[15]. She lived in Milfield Hill (with parents) in 1851[60]. She died after 1901[69]. Sex: Female.

James Younger son of John Younger and Mary Hardy was born on May 07, 1828 in Lilburn, Northumberland[66, 75]. He was baptized on May 21, 1828 in West Chapel Presbyterian, Wooler[15]. He lived in East Learmouth, Carham in 1841[299]. He lived in Milfield Hill, Kirknewton in 1850[235]. He was employed as a Labourer in 1850[235]. He lived in Islandshire, Northumberland in 1851[66]. He was employed as a Husbandsman in 1851[66]. He was employed as a Ag Lab in 1861[66]. He lived in Warrenford Nth Farm in 1861[66]. He lived in 22 Holywell Village (Stother Farm), Holywell in 1881[75]. He was employed as a Farm Agent (Bailiff) 170 acres in 1881[75]. He lived in Backworth in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Retired colliery above ground labourer in 1901[69]. He died after 1901[69]. Sex: Male.

Notes for James Younger:

General Notes:

See Alan Wise's family tree for more information on the Younger family.

 

 

James Younger and Agnes Bartram were married on May 25, 1850 in Lamberton Toll[66]. They had the following children:

101. i.

Elizabeth Younger was born on Nov 19, 1850 in Millfield Hall, Kirknewton, Northumberland[75, 235]. She married Richard John Bartram on Apr 12, 1873 in Seaton Delaval[110, 111]. She died after 1901[69].

ii.

John Younger was born on Apr 03, 1852 in North Hazelrigg[66]. He died before 1858[66]. Sex: Male.

102. iii.

Robert Younger was born in 1855 in West Newton, Northumberland[69]. He died after 1901[69].

iv.

Mary Younger was born on Mar 06, 1856 in Brandon, Northumberland[66]. Sex: Female.

103. v.

John Younger was born in 1858 in Whampton, Bamburgh, Northumberland[75]. He died after 1901[69].

vi.

Mary Ann Younger was born in 1860[45]. Sex: Female.

vii.

George Younger was born in 1862 in Whampton, Northumberland[75]. He was employed as a Joiner and Cartwright in 1881[75]. Sex: Male.

104. viii.

Margaret Younger was born in 1865 in Whampton, Northumberland[75].

ix.

Catherine Isabella Younger was born on Jan 19, 1865 in Warenford[66]. Sex: Female.

46.

Isabella Bartram-6 (John-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born about 1831 in Norham[15, 60]. She was christened on Sep 25, 1831 in United Presbyterian, Spittal[15]. She lived in Haugh Head, North Middleton, Wooler (with grandfather) in 1841[44]. She lived in Shellacres, Twizel (with parents) in 1841[28]. She was employed as a Servant in 1851[60]. She died after 1881. Sex: Female.

David Younger was born in 1829 in Norham[75]. He lived in Yeavering in 1861[63]. He lived in Humbleton Buildings in 1881[75]. He was employed as a Ag Lab in 1881[75]. He died after 1881. Sex: Male.

David Younger and Isabella Bartram were married on Aug 05, 1855 in Lamberton Toll. They had the following children:

i.

Eleanor Younger was born in 1858 in Kirknewton[75]. She was employed as a Domestic Servant in 1881[75]. Sex: Female.

ii.

Eliza Younger was born in 1862 in Kirknewton[75]. She was employed as a Domestic servant in 1881[75]. Sex: Female.

iii.

James Younger was born in 1864 in Kirknewton[75]. He was employed as a Ag Lab in 1881[75]. He lived in Corbridge in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Coachman in 1901[69]. He died after 1901. Sex: Male.

iv.

Hannah Younger was born in 1871 in Doddington[75]. Sex: Female.

47.

Hannah Bartram-6 (John-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born about 1834 in Norham[15]. She was christened on Sep 02, 1834 in United Presbyterian, Spittal[15]. She was employed as a Servant in 1851[60]. She was employed as a Domestic servant in 1862[132]. She lived in Fenton in 1862[132]. She died after 1901. Sex: Female.

William Spence son of William Spence was born in 1834 in Ford, Northumberland[132]. He lived in Bucks Nook, Co. Durham in 1862[132]. He was employed as a Mason in 1862[132]. He lived in 15 Nixon Street, Newcastle in 1881[75]. He was employed as a Grocer in 1881[75]. He lived in 15 Nixon Street, Jesmond, Newcastle in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Grocer in 1901[69]. He died after 1901. Sex: Male. He was also known as William Spencer (1901 census).

William Spence and Hannah Bartram were married on Dec 03, 1862 in West Chapel, Wooler[132]. They had the following children:

105. i.

John Spence was born in 1866 in Newcastle[75]. He married Maria Hetherington between Jul-Sep 1896 in Newcastle district[45]. He died after 1901.

ii.

Elizabeth Spence was born in 1869 in Newcastle[75]. Sex: Female.

48.

Phillis Bartram-6 (Robert-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born in 1834 in Wooperton[60]. She was baptized on Mar 17, 1834 in United Presbyterian Church, Wooler[15]. She was employed as a Farm Labourer in 1851[60]. She was employed as a Ag Lab in 1861[63]. She lived in East Lilburn (with mother) in 1871[84]. She died after 1871[63]. Sex: Female.

Phillis Bartram and unknown spouse married. They had the following children:

i.

Margaret Bartram was born between Jan-Mar 1856 in Wooperton[84, 316]. She was employed as a Field worker in 1871[84]. Sex: Female.

49.

Mary Ann Bartram-6 (Robert-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born on Mar 02, 1838 in Bolton Wood Hall, Alnwick[60, 142]. She was employed as a Ag Lab in 1861[63]. She lived in Morwick (?), Warkworth in 1866[145]. She was employed as a Servant in 1866[145]. She lived in Pasture Hill Farm, Elford, Northumberland in 1881[75]. She was employed as a Ag Lab in 1881[75]. She lived in Cherrington East in 1901[69]. She died after 1901[75]. Sex: Female.

Thomas Buglass son of Ralph Buglass and Barbary ? was born in 1816[145]. He was baptized on Mar 15, 1816 in Birdhope Craig Presbyterian[15]. He lived in ?shield, Rochester (wth father) in 1841[28]. He was employed as a Shepherd in 1866[145]. Marital Status: 1866 in Widower[145]. He lived in Morwick (?), Warkworth in 1866[145]. He died before 1881[75]. Sex: Male.

Thomas Buglass and Mary Ann Bartram were married on Jan 07, 1866 in Warkworth[145, 146]. They had the following children:

i.

Thomas Buglass was born in 1866 in Warkworth[75]. He was employed as a Ag Lab in 1881[75]. He died after 1881[75]. Sex: Male.

106. ii.

Robert Buglass was born in 1868 in Warkworth[75]. He died after 1901[75].

iii.

Christopher Buglass was born in 1871 in Warkworth[75]. He died after 1881[75]. Sex: Male.

iv.

William Buglass was born in 1878 in Warkworth[75]. He died after 1881[75]. Sex: Male.

50.

Elizabeth Bartram-6 (Robert-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born between Jan-Mar 1840 in Lilburn Towers[60, 147]. She lived in With mother in 1861[63]. She was employed as a Ag Lab in 1861[63]. She lived in Cottage, Hepburn in 1881[75]. She was employed as a Ag Lab in 1881[75]. Sex: Female.

Elizabeth Bartram and unknown spouse married. They had the following children:

i.

Robert Bartram was born between Oct-Dec 1867 in East Lilburn, Eglingham[75, 317]. He lived in Newham in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Railway platelayer in 1901[69]. He died after 1901[69]. Sex: Male.

107. ii.

Thomas Buglass Bartram was born between Jan-Mar 1873 in Scotland[69, 75, 318]. He married Charlotte Catherine Hall between Jul-Sep 1898 in Tynemouth[319]. He died on Feb 11, 1918 in 40 Kelvin Grove, Gateshead[320, 321].

51.

Margaret Bartram-6 (Robert-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born between Apr-Jun 1842 in Glendale district[148]. She lived in Common Burn (with William and Elizabeth Rutherford) in 1871[75]. She was employed as a House Servant in 1874[149]. She lived in East Lilburn in 1874[149]. She died after 1901. Sex: Female.

Thomas Rickelton son of Thomas Rickelton and Margaret Herron was born in 1844 in Whittingham[75]. He lived in East Lilburn in 1874[149]. He was employed as a Shepherd in 1874[149]. He lived in Labourers Cottage, East Lilburn in 1881[75]. He was employed as a Shepherd in 1881[75]. He lived in Callaly & Yetlington in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Farmer in 1901[69]. He died after 1901. Sex: Male.

Thomas Rickelton and Margaret Bartram were married on May 07, 1874 in Register Office, Glendale[149]. They had the following children:

i.

Robert Rickelton was born in 1875 in Eglingham[75]. He lived in Callaly & Yetlington (with parents) in 1901[69]. He died after 1901. Sex: Male.

ii.

Thomas Rickelton was born in 1877 in Eglingham[75]. He lived in Callaly & Yetlington (with parents) in 1901[69]. He died after 1901. Sex: Male.

iii.

Elizabeth Rickelton was born in 1879 in Eglingham[75]. She lived in Callaly & Yetlington (with parents) in 1901[69]. Sex: Female.

iv.

Margaret Rickelton was born in 1881 in North Eglingham[69]. She lived in Callaly & Yetlington (with parents) in 1901[69]. Sex: Female.

52.

Hannah Bartram-6 (Robert-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born between Jul-Sep 1844 in Ilderton, Glendale district[69, 150]. She lived in East Lilburn (with mother) in 1871[144]. She was employed as a Field worker in 1871[84]. She lived in Cottage, Hepburn (with sister) in 1881[75]. She lived in Newham district in 1901[69]. She died between Apr-Jun 1922 in Berwick[151]. Sex: Female.

Hannah Bartram and unknown spouse married. They had the following children:

108. i.

Robert Bartram was born in 1861 in Ilderton[63, 69, 75, 84]. He married Eleanor Davidson between Apr-Jun 1889 in Glendale district[322]. He died between Oct-Dec 1935 in Belford district[323].

Generation 7
53.

Thomas William Bartram-7 (George-6, Thomas-5, John-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born between Jul-Sep 1857 in Embleton[75, 164]. He was employed as a Police constable in 1881[75]. He lived in Church Str (Police Station), Wooler in 1881[75]. He was buried in 1890 in Felton[71]. He died on May 11, 1890 in Howden, Tynemouth district[71, 166, 167]. Sex: Male.

Elizabeth ? was born in 1856 in Little Houghton[75]. She lived in Seghill Parish in 1901[69]. She died between Apr-Jun 1917 in Newcastle[324]. Sex: Female.

Thomas William Bartram and Elizabeth ? were married between Oct-Dec 1877 in Newcastle district[165]. They had the following children:

i.

George Bartram was born between Jul-Sep 1878 in Seghill[75, 325]. He lived in Seghill Parish in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Railway porter in 1901[69]. He died after 1901. Sex: Male.

ii.

Mary Isabella H. S. Bartram was born between Jan-Mar 1881 in Glendale district[75, 326]. She lived in Amble parish in 1901[69]. She was employed as a School Mistress in 1901[69]. She married ? between Oct-Dec 1905 in Alnwick district[327]. Sex: Female.

54.

William Bookless-7 (Jane-6, Thomas-5, John-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born in 1870 in Dishforth, Yorks[75]. He was employed as a Travelling Crane Driver in 1901[69]. He died after 1901. Sex: Male.

Sarah ? was born in 1873 in Darlington[69]. Sex: Female.

William Bookless and Sarah ? married. They had the following children:

i.

David Bookless was born in 1894 in Darlington[69]. Sex: Male.

ii.

Jane Bookless was born in 1898 in Darlington[69]. Sex: Female.

55.

John Thomas Bertram-7 (James-6, Benjamin-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born on Mar 07, 1869 in Elwick, Co Durham[176, 188]. He lived in 101 James Street, Blaydon in 1895[189]. He was employed as a Painter and paperhanger in 1895[189]. He lived in Winlo Cresent, Whickham in 1901[69]. He was employed as a House Painter in 1901[69]. He lived in 13 or 15 Beresford Street, Dunston, Durham in 1913[328]. He was employed as a House Painter in 1913[328]. He died on Jul 17, 1918 in 15 Beresford Street, Whickham[190, 191]. Sex: Male. His cause of death was Pernicious aneamia[191].

Elizabeth Ann Wright daughter of Edward Wright and Sarah J. ? was born in 1877 in Dunston, Durham[69, 189]. She lived in 101 James Street, Blaydon in 1895[189]. She died after 1913[328]. Sex: Female.

John Thomas Bertram and Elizabeth Ann Wright were married on Jun 22, 1895 in Register Office, district of Gateshead[189]. They had the following children:

109. i.

George Edward Bertram was born between Oct-Dec 1897 in Newcastle[69, 329]. He married Ethel Lilian Hodgson on Feb 14, 1927 in St Marys Church, Gateshead[330, 331]. He died between Apr-Jun 1972 in Durham N.W.[332].

110. ii.

John Thomas Bertram was born between Jul-Sep 1899 in Dunston, Durham[69, 333]. He married Mary Ann Blenkley on Jul 20, 1922 in Gateshead Registry Office[334]. He died between 1936-1946[335].

111. iii.

Frederick Bertram was born between Jan-Mar 1901 in Dunston, Durham[69, 336]. He married Jennie Speight on Apr 27, 1927 in Gateshead Register Office[337]. He died after 1955[338].

112. iv.

Elsie Bertram was born on Apr 28, 1913 in 13 or 15 Beresford Street, Dunston, Durham[328]. She married Samuel Gill on Sep 14, 1940 in Christ Church, Dunston[339].

56.

Annie Elizabeth Bertram-7 (James-6, Benjamin-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born between Jan-Mar 1875 in Newburn[199]. She lived in 61 Philip Street, Newcastle in 1897[179]. She died after 1908[187]. Sex: Female.

John Heppell son of George Heppell and Annie ? was born in 1876 in Newcastle[75]. He was employed as a Engine Fitter in 1897[179]. He lived in 66 Crown Street, Newcastle in 1897[179]. He lived in 15 Sidney Terrace, Gateshead in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Engine Fitter in 1901[69]. He died after 1901[69]. Sex: Male.

John Heppell and Annie Elizabeth Bertram were married on Nov 13, 1897 in Brunswick Place Chapel, Newcastle[179]. Witnesses: 1897 in J Bertram and A Heppell[179]. They had the following children:

i.

Norman Heppell was born in 1897 in Newcastle[69]. Sex: Male.

57.

James Bertram-7 (James-6, Benjamin-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born between Apr-Jun 1877 in Newburn[200]. He was employed as a Machine Minder, Engineering Works in 1901[69]. He lived in 61 Philip Street, Newcastle between 1901-1903[340]. He was employed as a Machinist in 1903[340]. He lived in 95 Gainsbro Grove, Newcastle in 1909[341]. He was employed as a Machine man Railway Shops in 1909[341]. He lived in 98 Gainsborough Grove, Newcastle in 1911[342]. He was employed as a Hydralic Machine Riveter, NE Railway Co. in 1911[342]. He lived in Uncle Jim of Darlington about 1930[343]. He was employed as a Workhouse Manager of Darlington about 1930[343]. He was employed as a Retired Railway Clerk in 1954[202]. He died on Mar 04, 1954 in 69 Brinkburn Road, Darlington[202]. Sex: Male. His cause of death was Abdominal carcinoma; carcinoma of the stomach[202].

Margaret Porter Henderson daughter of James Henderson was born in 1880 in Dumfries, Scotland[340, 342]. She lived in 291 Hamilton Street, Newcastle in 1903[340]. She died on Jan 06, 1963 in The Memorial Hospital, Darlington[184]. Her estate was probated on Feb 27, 1963 in Carlisle[184]. Sex: Female.

Notes for Margaret Porter Henderson:

Probate Notes:

Bertram Margaret Porter of 14 Sir E.D. Walker Homes Darlington died 6 January 1963 at the Memorial Hospital Darlington Probate Carlisle 27 February 1963 to William Henry Thompson retired civil servant

 

Effects £419 4s

 

James Bertram and Margaret Porter Henderson were married on Aug 13, 1903 in St Philip High, Elswick, Newcastle[201]. Witnesses: Aug 13, 1903 in James Henderson, Jane Archer Elliott, Henry Richard Bertram[340]. They had the following children:

i.

Henry Lowther Bertram was born in 1906[342]. Sex: Male.

ii.

Leslie Bertram was born on Feb 08, 1909[341, 344]. He lived in 144 Malcolm Street, Newcastle in 1935[335]. He was employed as a Shop assistant (seed merchant) in 1935[335]. He lived in The Heights, Castle Carrock, Carlisle in 1954[202]. He died after 1954. Sex: Male.

58.

Henry Richard Bertram-7 (James-6, Benjamin-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born between Jul-Sep 1879[203]. He was employed as a Steel Turner in 1901[69]. He lived in 61 Philip Street, Newcastle in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Engineer in 1908[183]. Witness To Marriage: Jun 13, 1909 in Brother Ernest's marriage[180]. He was employed as a Engineer in 1910[204]. He lived in 127 Farndale Road, Newcastle in 1910[204]. He was employed as a Railway Engine Fitter in 1911[345]. He lived in 10 Marshall Street, Darlington in 1911[345]. He lived in 99 Brinkburn Road, Darlington in 1917[346]. He was employed as a Foreman, Railway Works in 1917[346]. He was employed as a Locomotive Shop Foreman in 1932[205]. He died on Jan 15, 1964 in Darlington[184, 205]. His estate was probated on Apr 29, 1964 in Durham[184]. Sex: Male. He was also known as Harry. He was employed as a Boilerman, LNER Engine Works, Darlington[343].

Notes for Henry Richard Bertram:

Probate Notes:

Bertram Henry Richard of 73 High Northgate Darlington died 15 January 1964 Administration Durham 29 April 1964 to Nancy Bell Greenwood (wife of James Phillip Greenwood

 

Effects £462

 

Florence Jane Bell daughter of Robert Walton Bell and ? was born in 1878 in Hexham, Northumberland[75, 204]. She lived in Hexham in 1901[69]. She was employed as a Dressmaker in 1901[69]. She lived in 40 Hencotes Street, Hexham in 1910[204]. She died on May 01, 1947 in Darlington[184]. Her estate was probated on Nov 10, 1947 in Durham[184]. Sex: Female.

Notes for Florence Jane Bell:

Probate Notes:

Bertram Florence Jane of 69 Brinkburn Road Darlington (wife of Henry Richards Bertram) died 1 May 1947 Administration Durham 10 November 1947 to said Henry Richard Bertram

 

Effects £153 3s 3d

 

Henry Richard Bertram and Florence Jane Bell were married on Aug 27, 1910 in Congregational Church, Hencotes Street, Hexham[204]. They had the following children:

i.

Doris Ethel Bertram was born on Jul 07, 1911 in Darlington[345]. She lived in 69 Brinkburn Road, Darlington in 1932[205]. She died after 1932. She married Eric Irving Beeby on Apr 21, 1932 in St Georges Presbyterian Church, Northgate, Darlington[205]. Sex: Female.

ii.

Nancy Bell Bertram was born on Feb 10, 1917 in 99 Brinkburn Road, Darlington[346]. She married James Phillip Greenwood between Apr-Jun 1955 in Bristol[347]. Sex: Female.

59.

Ernest Edward Alfred Bertram-7 (James-6, Benjamin-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born on Jun 30, 1881 in North Dissington (Stamfordham)[177]. He lived in 61 Philip Street, Newcastle in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Merchant's clerk in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Mercantile clerk in 1908[183]. He lived in 127 Farndale Road, Newcastle on Jun 13, 1909[180]. He was employed as a General Merchant's Manager on Jun 13, 1909[180]. He lived in 'Holmwood', 67 Queens Road, Whitley Bay on Nov 20, 1911[348]. He was employed as a Chemical & General Merchant's Manager on Nov 20, 1911[348]. He was employed as a Transport Company's Manager on Aug 27, 1917[349]. He lived in 67 Queens Road, Whitley Bay on Nov 03, 1942[206]. He died on Nov 03, 1942 in 67 Queens Road, Whitley Bay[206, 207]. He was employed as a Accounting Clerk (Electric Co) on Nov 03, 1942[206]. He signed a will on Jan 06, 1943 in Newcastle[183]. Sex: Male. His cause of death was Cerebral Haemorage.

Notes for Ernest Edward Alfred Bertram:

General Notes:

Football Career

 

A. Ernest Bertram is included in 'All the Lads', a book about Sunderland players (page 40). He signed for Sunderland for the 1903 -4 season, but only played one game, against what is now Manchester United. The prior and subsequent seasons he played for South Shields.

 

Frank Twedell (sp?), Tel 01325-352276, is the author of a book called 'The Definitive Darlington F.C.'. The book lists the Darlington English Cup teams from 1885 to 1908 (after which Darlington turned into a professional club). Bertram played in the 1907 - 8 season (4 cup matches) and the 1908 - 9 Season (2 cup matches) but he does not appear either earlier or later.

 

There is also an article out of the Northern Echo for October 1908 descibing Bertram's return to the Darlington side for a cup match against Hartlepool Expansion (Darlington won 4 - 0).

 

Index to Wills: Bertram Ernest Edward Alfred of 67 Queens Road, Monkseaton died 3rd Nov 1942. Administration Newcastle, 6th Jan 1943 to Ada Bertram, widow. Effects: £301 0s 10d

 

 

Ada Lunn daughter of James Lunn and Mary Ann Oliver was born on Apr 03, 1881 in 1 St Thomas Street, Newcastle[350]. She lived in St Thomas St, Newcastle in 1881[75]. She was baptized on May 01, 1881 in St Andrew, Newcastle[351]. She lived in 44 Eldon Street, Newcastle on Jun 13, 1909. She lived in 67 Queens Road, Monkseaton in 1954[183]. She died on May 05, 1954 in Victoria Infirmary, North Shields[183, 352]. Her estate was probated on Aug 06, 1954 in Newcastle[184]. Sex: Female.

Notes for Ada Lunn:

General Notes:

Will1954 Bertram Ada of 67 Queens Road Monkseaton Northumberland widow died 5 May 1954 at Victoria Infirmary, North Shields Probate Newcastle 6 August to George Oliver Lunn retired bank manager and James Percy Lunn builder Effects £6092 16s 5d

 

Probate Notes:

Bertram Ada of 67 Queens Road Monkseaton widow died 5 May 1954 at Victoria Infirmary North Shields Probate 6 August 1954 to George Oliver Lunn retired bank manager and James Percy Lunn builder

 

Effects £6092 16s 5d

 

Ernest Edward Alfred Bertram and Ada Lunn were married on Jun 30, 1909 in Brunswick Place Chapel, Newcastle[180]. Witnesses: Jun 30, 1909 in H. Bertram & A. Lunn[180]. They had the following children:

i.

Norman Lunn Bertram was born on Nov 20, 1911 in 'Holmwood', Queens Road, Whitley Bay[353]. He lived in Holmwood, Queens Road on Dec 20, 1911. He was baptized on Dec 20, 1911 in Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, St Johns, Monkseaton[354]. He died on Jan 24, 1921 in Tynemouth district[355]. Sex: Male.

113. ii.

James Ronald Lunn Bertram was born on Aug 27, 1917 in 67 Queens Road, Whitley Bay[349]. He married Doris Maud Huck on Sep 08, 1945 in St George's Church, Cullercoats. He died on Oct 04, 1998 in Holywell House, Holywell Road, Whitley Bay[356].

114. iii.

Margaret Yvonne Bertram was born on Oct 27, 1920 in 67 Queens Road, Whitley Bay[357]. She married Charles Alan Murray between Apr-Jun 1944[358]. She died on Nov 20, 1976 in Stockton, Co Durham.

60.

Margaret Bartram-7 (James-6, Benjamin-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born in 1861 in Alnwick[75, 84]. She lived in Clayport Street, Alnwick (with grandparents) in 1871[84]. She lived in Clayport Street, Alnwick (living with grandmother) in 1881[75]. She was employed as a Dressmaker in 1881[75]. She died after 1901[69]. Sex: Female.

Simpson Buglass son of David Buglass and Jane Renton was born in 1859. He lived in Alnwick Moor, Alnwick in 1881[75]. He was employed as a Husbandman (Ag Lab) in 1881[75]. He lived in 26 Narrowgate Street, Alnwick in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Brewers Drayman in 1901[69]. He died after 1901[69]. Sex: Male.

Simpson Buglass and Margaret Bartram were married between Jan-Jun 1882 in Alnwick district[209]. They had the following children:

i.

Margaret Buglass was born in 1882 in Alnwick[69]. She was employed as a Stationers Assistant in 1901[69]. Sex: Female.

61.

Isabella Bartram-7 (James-6, Benjamin-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1)[175] was born on Apr 16, 1863 in Embelton[175]. She lived in Clayport Street, Alnwick (with grandparents) in 1871[84]. She lived in Clayport Street, Alnwick (living with grandmother) in 1881[75]. She was employed as a Out Door Worker Char in 1881[75]. She died after 1901[69]. Sex: Female.

Peter Buglass son of David Buglass and Jane Renton was born in 1852 in Auchencrow Mains, Berwick[210]. He lived in Abbey Lands, Alnwick (with mother) in 1871[84]. He was employed as a Ag. Lab. in 1871[84]. He was employed as a Barnman (Ag Lab) in 1881[75]. He lived in Alnwick Moor, Alnwick in 1881[75]. He lived in Clayport Bank Top, Alnwick in 1886[210]. He was employed as a Labourer in 1886[210]. He lived in Bank Top, Alnwick Moor in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Moor and Birn Steward to Estate in 1901[69]. He died after 1901[69]. Sex: Male.

Peter Buglass and Isabella Bartram were married on Mar 01, 1886 in United Presbyterian Church, Clayport Street, Alnwick[210]. They had the following children:

i.

Jane Buglass was born in 1886 in Alnwick[69]. Sex: Female.

ii.

Mary Buglass was born in 1889 in Alnwick[69]. Sex: Female.

iii.

David Buglass was born in 1893 in Alnwick[69]. Sex: Male.

iv.

Margaret Buglass was born in 1898 in Alnwick[69]. Sex: Female.

62.

Robert George Sheel-7 (Mary Ann-6, Benjamin-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born in 1878 in Newcastle[75]. He lived in Byker in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Boilermakers labourer in shipyard in 1901[69]. He died after 1901. Sex: Male.

Isabella ? was born in 1879 in Newcastle[69]. She died after 1901. Sex: Female.

Robert George Sheel and Isabella ? married. They had the following children:

i.

Violet Sheel was born in 1898 in Newcastle[69]. Sex: Female.

ii.

John Sheel was born in 1899 in Newcastle[69]. Sex: Male.

63.

Richard Diery-7 (Isabella-6, Richard Robson-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born on Aug 27, 1863 in Calder Roddam[45]. He lived in with parents in 1881[75]. He was employed as a Groom in 1881[75]. He was employed as a Shepherd in 1897[359]. He lived in Woodybank between 1897-1899[359]. He was employed as a Gamekeeper in 1899[359]. Sex: Male.

Elspeth ?. Sex: Female.

Richard Diery and Elspeth ? married. They had the following children:

i.

John Diery was born about 1897 in Belford[359]. He was baptized on Jul 04, 1897 in Belford[359]. Sex: Male.

ii.

Richard Diery was born about 1899 in Belford[359]. He was baptized on Apr 02, 1899 in Belford[359]. Sex: Male.

64.

Mary Bartram-7 (James-6, Richard Robson-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born between Jan-Mar 1869 in Prospect Hill, Chirton[45, 214]. She lived in 5 Prospect Hill, Chirton in 1901[69]. Sex: Female.

James Taylor Thompson was born in 1865[45]. He died in 1900[45]. Sex: Male.

James Taylor Thompson and Mary Bartram were married on Sep 04, 1886[45]. They had the following children:

i.

James Thompson was born in 1888 in Chirton, Northumberland[45]. Sex: Male.

ii.

Eleanor Thompson was born in 1895 in Chirton, Northumberland[45]. Sex: Female.

iii.

John Thompson was born in 1896 in Newcastle[45]. Sex: Male.

iv.

Hannah Thompson was born in 1899 in Newcastle[45]. Sex: Female.

65.

Richard Bartram-7 (James-6, Richard Robson-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born between Oct-Dec 1871 in Prospect Hill, Chirton[45, 215]. He lived in Turners Buildings, West Allotment, Longbenton in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Railway plate layer in 1901[69]. He died after 1901[69]. Sex: Male.

Mary Isabella Whitehead daughter of George Whitehead and Margaret ? was born in 1869 in Washington[69, 75]. She died after 1901[69]. Sex: Female.

Richard Bartram and Mary Isabella Whitehead were married on Nov 27, 1895 in Tynemouth district[45, 216]. They had the following children:

i.

Margaret Eleanor Bartram was born between Jan-Mar 1897 in North Shields[69, 360]. Sex: Female.

ii.

Mary Isabella Bartram was born between Jul-Sep 1898 in North Shields[69, 361]. She married William Heckles McKay between Jan-Mar 1919 in Morpeth district[362]. Sex: Female.

66.

Richard Rutherford-7 (Elizabeth-6, Richard Robson-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born in 1868 in Selby Forest, Northumberland[45]. He lived in Coldsmouth in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Shepherd in 1901[69]. He died on Dec 31, 1947 in Tower Martin[217]. Sex: Male. He was buried in Wooler Churchyard.

Elizabeth Lyall was born in 1874 in Scotland[45, 69]. She died on Nov 14, 1954[217]. Sex: Female. She was buried in Wooler Churchyard.

Richard Rutherford and Elizabeth Lyall married. They had the following children:

i.

George William Rutherford was born in 1896 in Mirfield[45, 69]. He died in 1972[45]. Sex: Male.

115. ii.

Walter Rutherford was born in 1897 in Elsdon Burn Shank[45, 69]. He died on Oct 20, 1966 in Tower Martin[45, 217].

116. iii.

Mary Elizabeth Rutherford was born in 1899 in Elsdon Burn Shank[45, 69]. She died in 1979[45].

117. iv.

Margaret Rutherford was born in 1910[45]. She died in 1989[45].

67.

Richard Rutherford-7 (Phillis-6, Richard Robson-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born in 1864 in Selby Forest, Northumberland[45]. He was employed as a Scholar in 1881[75]. He lived in Cry Gate, Healey in 1901[69]. He died after 1901[69]. Sex: Male.

Alice ? was born in 1871 in Norham[69]. She died after 1901[69]. Sex: Female.

Richard Rutherford and Alice ? married. They had the following children:

i.

Elizabeth Rutherford was born in 1900 in Belford[69]. Sex: Female.

68.

James Rutherford-7 (Phillis-6, Richard Robson-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born in 1868 in Selby Forest, Northumberland[45]. He lived in Lorbottle Steads, Lorbottle (boarder) in 1881[75]. He was employed as a Scholar in 1881[75]. Sex: Male.

Eleanor Crammond[45]. Sex: Female.

James Rutherford and Eleanor Crammond married. They had the following children:

i.

Alexander Rutherford was born in 1906[45]. Sex: Male.

ii.

Eleanor Rutherford[45]. Sex: Female.

iii.

Phylis Isabella Rutherford. Sex: Female.

iv.

Andrew James Rutherford. Sex: Male.

118. v.

William Crammond Rutherford was born in 1920[45].

69.

Elizabeth Rutherford-7 (Phillis-6, Richard Robson-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born in 1876 in Langleyford Hope, Northumberland[75]. She died after 1901. Sex: Female.

William Swanston Trotter son of Francis Trotter and Margaret Sleigh Napier was born in 1867 in Wooler[69, 75]. He lived in Church Street, Wooler (with father) in 1901[69]. He died after 1901. Sex: Male.

William Swanston Trotter and Elizabeth Rutherford were married between Apr-Jun 1900 in Glendale district[218]. They had the following children:

i.

Francis Trotter was born in 1901 in Wooler[69]. Sex: Male.

70.

Margaret Young-7 (Ellen-6, Richard Robson-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born in 1862 in Overgrass, Felton[45]. She was employed as a Ag Lab in 1881[75]. Sex: Female.

Alexander Boulton. Sex: Male.

Alexander Boulton and Margaret Young married. They had the following children:

i.

Alexander Boulton. Sex: Male.

71.

John Young-7 (Ellen-6, Richard Robson-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born in 1865 in The Firth, Felton[102]. He lived in Bedlington in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Cartermans builders in 1901[69]. Sex: Male.

Elinor White. Sex: Female.

John Young and Elinor White were married in 1900[102]. They had the following children:

i.

William Walton Young was born in 1901[102]. Sex: Male.

ii.

Joseph White Young was born in 1903[102]. Sex: Male.

iii.

Eleanor Young was born in 1905[102]. Sex: Female.

iv.

Annie Young. Sex: Female.

72.

Elizabeth Young-7 (Ellen-6, Richard Robson-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born in 1869 in North Farm, Choppington, Northumberland[102]. She lived in Bedlington in 1901[69]. Sex: Female.

John William Shillinglaw was born in 1860 in Rothbury[69]. He lived in Bedlington in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Colliery ... in 1901[69]. He died after 1901[69]. Sex: Male.

John William Shillinglaw and Elizabeth Young were married on Oct 17, 1895 in Bothal[102]. They had the following children:

119. i.

George Shillinglaw was born on Aug 18, 1905 in Choppington, Northumberland[102]. He married Elizabeth Elliott in 1936 in Bedlington[102]. He died on Nov 18, 1993 in Stakeford, Choppington[102].

ii.

James Shillinglaw. Sex: Male.

73.

Eleanor Young-7 (Ellen-6, Richard Robson-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born in 1872 in North Farm, Choppington,, Northumberland[102]. Sex: Female.

James Young. Sex: Male.

James Young and Eleanor Young married. They had the following children:

i.

Agnes Young. Sex: Female.

74.

Richard Young-7 (Ellen-6, Richard Robson-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born on May 30, 1874 in Newton Red House, Northumberland[45]. He died on Aug 11, 1941 in 117 Pont Street, Ashington[102]. Sex: Male. He was employed as a Urban Council Roadman[102].

Alice Isobella Crofts daughter of John J. Crofts and Jane Cowens was born on Sep 26, 1871 in Felton, Warkworth[102]. She died on Mar 21, 1937 in Bridge Street, Cambois, Bedlington[102]. Sex: Female.

Richard Young and Alice Isobella Crofts were married on Sep 09, 1897 in St Paul's C of E, Choppington[102]. They had the following children:

i.

Annie Eliza Young was born on Oct 05, 1898 in Choppington, Northumberland[102]. She died on Sep 02, 1899 in Choppington, Northumberland[102]. Sex: Female.

ii.

Jane Young was born on Jan 17, 1900 in Choppington, Northumberland[102]. She died on Oct 19, 1900 in Choppington, Northumberland[102]. Sex: Female.

120. iii.

Ralph Young was born on May 13, 1903 in Frances Villa, Scotland Gate, Bedlington[102]. He married Edith Mary Wilson-Cheadle on Aug 25, 1930 in St Augustine's C of E, Bullins, NSW[102]. He died on Sep 02, 1964 in 25 Tarrawanna Road, Corrimal, Australia[102].

75.

James Young-7 (Ellen-6, Richard Robson-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born in 1877 in Longwitton, Northumberland[45]. Sex: Male.

Susan Locke. Sex: Female.

James Young and Susan Locke married. They had the following children:

i.

Nancy Young. Sex: Female.

76.

Mary A. Young-7 (Ellen-6, Richard Robson-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born in 1879 in Close House, Morpeth[102]. Sex: Female.

George Senior. Sex: Male.

George Senior and Mary A. Young married. They had the following children:

i.

Lilian Senior. Sex: Female.

77.

Phyllis Young-7 (Ellen-6, Richard Robson-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born in 1885 in North Farm, Choppington, Northumberland[102]. Sex: Female.

Thomas Coulson. Sex: Male.

Thomas Coulson and Phyllis Young married. They had the following children:

i.

Thomas Coulson. He died in 1996 in Bedlington[102]. Sex: Male.

ii.

John Coulson. He died in 1991[102]. Sex: Male.

78.

Isabella Young-7 (Ellen-6, Richard Robson-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born in 1885 in North Farm, Choppington, Northumberland[102]. Sex: Female.

James Locke was born in Northumberland[102]. Sex: Male.

James Locke and Isabella Young were married in 1909 in Morpeth district[102]. They had the following children:

i.

Lilian Locke. Sex: Female.

79.

Margaret Ann Bartram-7 (Joseph-6, Richard Robson-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born on Jun 26, 1875 in Butcher Race, Durham[225]. She was employed as a Pupil teacher in 1891[136]. She lived in 138 Tudhoe Colliery, Durham in 1894[363]. She was employed as a Schoolteacher in 1894[363]. She was employed as a Pauper and Imbecile in 1901[364]. She lived in Durham Crossgates Workhouse in 1901[364]. She died on May 18, 1923 in Sedgefield Lunatic Asylum[223]. Sex: Female. Her cause of death was Tuberculosis (6 months)[45].

Margaret Ann Bartram and unknown spouse married. They had the following children:

121. i.

Mary Jane Bartram was born on Jul 31, 1894 in 138 Tudhoe Colliery, Durham[363, 365]. She married James Kitching on Aug 31, 1914 in Parish Church, Tudhoe[366, 367].

80.

Annie P. Bartram-7 (Joseph-6, Richard Robson-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born on Oct 08, 1877 in Croxdale, Durham[45, 75, 228]. She was baptized on Oct 28, 1877 in Croxdale, Durham[233]. She lived in 138 Tudhoe Colliery, Tudhoe in 1899[229]. She lived in 2 Pearson Street, Low Spennymoor in 1923[223]. She died after 1923[223]. Sex: Female.

James Hewitt son of George Hewitt and Sarah ? was born in 1873 in Cornforth, Durham[75, 229]. He lived in Half Moon Lane, Low Spennymoor in 1899[229]. He was employed as a Engine Driver in 1899[229]. He lived in 69 Letitia Street, Middlesborough in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Stationary Engine Driver in 1901[69]. Sex: Male.

James Hewitt and Annie P. Bartram were married on Nov 11, 1899 in Register Office, Durham[229]. They had the following children:

i.

Edith A. Hewitt was born in 1900[364]. Sex: Female.

81.

Mary Bartram-7 (Joseph-6, Richard Robson-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born on Jun 12, 1879 in Croxdale, Durham[230, 231]. She was baptized on Jun 12, 1879 in Croxdale, Durham[233]. She lived in Middlesborough in 1901[69]. She died in 1943 in Darfield, Barnsley[45]. She was buried in 1943 in Darfield Cemetery[45]. Sex: Female.

Edward James Maskell was born on Mar 08, 1878 in Dudley, Worcs[45]. He lived in Middlesborough in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Stationary Engine Driver in 1901[69]. He died on Feb 13, 1956 in Darfield Bar, Barnsley[45]. Sex: Male.

Edward James Maskell and Mary Bartram were married on Oct 20, 1900 in Middlesboro Register Office[45]. They had the following children:

i.

William Maskell was born in 1901 in Middlesborough[45]. He died in 1902 in Middlesborough[45]. Sex: Male.

ii.

Ethel Maskell was born in 1902 in Middlesborough[45]. She died in 1902 in Middlesborough[45]. Sex: Female.

122. iii.

Norman Maskell was born on Oct 17, 1903 in Bishop Auckland[45]. He married Kathleen Enid Swift on May 24, 1926[45]. He died in 1977 in Sheffield[45].

123. iv.

Sydney Maskell was born on Oct 05, 1905 in Bishop Auckland[45]. He married Edith Grange on Aug 09, 1930[45]. He died on Feb 02, 1965 in Northern General Hospital, Sheffield[45].

124. v.

Edna May Maskell was born in 1907 in Bishop Auckland[45]. She married William Love in 1928[45]. She died in 1987 in Bridlington, East Yorkshire[45].

125. vi.

Avril Maskell was born in 1913[45]. She married Ronald Pursglove between Apr-Jun 1937[45]. She died in 1943[45].

82.

George William Bertram-7 (Richard John-6, Richard Robson-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1)[110] was born between Jul-Sep 1887 in Gosforth[45, 241]. He died in 1917[110]. Sex: Male.

Ruth Elizabeth Chipperfield was born in 1891 in Earsdon[45]. She lived in Earsdon in 1901[69]. She died in 1978 in Shiremoor[45]. Sex: Female.

George William Bertram and Ruth Elizabeth Chipperfield were married on Nov 14, 1908 in Earsdon[110, 242]. They had the following children:

i.

Richard John Bertram was born on Apr 13, 1909 in Shiremoor[110, 368]. Sex: Male.

ii.

David Bertram was born between Jul-Sep 1910 in Shiremoor[45, 369]. He died between 1980-1989[45]. Sex: Male.

iii.

Stanley Bertram was born between Apr-Jun 1912 in Shiremoor[45, 370]. Sex: Male.

iv.

Margaret Jane Bertram was born between Oct-Dec 1913 in Shiremoor[45, 371]. Sex: Female.

v.

George W. Bertram was born between Apr-Jun 1915 in Shiremoor[45, 372]. He died between Apr-Jun 1916 in Tynemouth district[373]. Sex: Male.

vi.

George W. Bertram was born between Apr-Jun 1918[45, 374]. Sex: Male.

vii.

Henry Bertram was born between Jul-Sep 1920 in Shiremoor[45, 375]. He died in 1935[45]. Sex: Male.

viii.

Elizabeth Bertram was born between Jan-Mar 1926 in Earsdon[45, 376]. She died in 1990[110]. Sex: Female.

126. ix.

Audrey Bertram was born between Oct-Dec 1931 in Shiremoor[110, 377]. She married Gerald Patrick Samson in 1956[45].

83.

James Bartram-7 (James-6, Thomas-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born between Apr-Jun 1847 in Heworth[60, 249]. He was baptized on May 20, 1848 in St John's Church, Newcastle[250]. He lived in Blue Quarries, Heworth in 1861[63]. He was employed as a Pottery Packer in 1871[84]. He lived in Blue Quarries, Heworth in 1871[84]. He was employed as a Packer (Fact lab) in 1881[75, 247]. He lived in Blue Quarries, Heworth, Durham in 1881[75, 247]. He died on Oct 11, 1887 in Gateshead[250]. Sex: Male.

Mary Ann Telford daughter of Thomas Telford and Isabella Best[250] was born between Jul-Sep 1850 in Stamfordham[75, 247, 250]. She lived in 35 Milling Street, Gateshead in 1901[69, 247]. She died in 1904 in Gateshead[69, 247, 250]. Sex: Female.

James Bartram and Mary Ann Telford were married on May 20, 1872 in Jesmond Parish Church[84, 250]. They had the following children:

i.

James Thomas Bertram was born in 1873 in Sheriff Hill, Durham[75, 247]. He lived in 35 Milling Street (with mother) in 1901[69, 247]. He was employed as a Glassmaker in 1901[69, 247]. He died between Apr-Jun 1939[250]. Sex: Male.

ii.

George Edward Bertram was born between Jul-Sep 1874 in Gateshead district[247, 378]. He lived in 35 Milling St., Gateshead (with mother) in 1901[69, 247]. He was employed as a Labourer for water co in 1901[69, 247]. He died between Jan-Mar 1957 in Durham N.W.[247, 379]. Sex: Male.

iii.

Margaret Jane Bertram was born between Apr-Jun 1876 in Gateshead district[247, 380]. She died between Apr-Jun 1895[250]. Sex: Female.

iv.

Isabella Ann Bertram was born between Jul-Sep 1878 in Sheriff Hill, Gateshead[75, 247, 381]. She lived in 35 Milling Street, Gateshead (with mother) in 1901[69, 247]. She was employed as a Confectioner baker in 1901[69, 247]. She died in 1960[250]. Sex: Female.

v.

Robert William Bertram was born between Oct-Dec 1880 in Gateshead district[247, 382]. He lived in 35 Milling Street, Gateshead (with mother) in 1901[69, 247]. He died between Apr-Jun 1929 in Gateshead district[247, 383]. Sex: Male.

vi.

Emily Telford Bertram was born between Jan-Mar 1883 in Gateshead[69, 247, 384]. She lived in 35 Milling St., Gateshead (with mother) in 1901[69, 247]. She was employed as a Rope Machinist in 1901[69, 247]. She died between Jan-Mar 1916[250]. Sex: Female.

vii.

Elizabeth Rea Bertram was born between Jul-Sep 1884 in Gateshead[69, 247, 385]. She lived in 35 Milling St., Gateshead (with mother) in 1901[69, 247]. She was employed as a Rope Machinist in 1901[69, 247]. She married William Bremner between Oct-Dec 1906 in Gateshead district[386]. She died between Jan-Mar 1953 in Gateshead district[387]. Sex: Female.

127. viii.

John Henry Bertram[250] was born on Feb 04, 1887[250]. He died in 1974[250].

ix.

Thomas Sherwood Bertram[250] was born between Jan-Mar 1893 in Gateshead[69, 247, 388]. He died in 1915 in Flanders[250]. Sex: Male.

84.

Thomas Bertram-7 (John-6, Thomas-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born between Jul-Sep 1846 in Newcastle[12, 255]. He was employed as a Engineer in 1882[252]. He lived in 5 Hendon Road, Bishopwearmouth in 1882[252]. He lived in 37 Sycamore Street, Elswick in 1891[136]. He was employed as a Steam Engine Fitter in 1891[136]. He was employed as a Marine Engineer in 1901[69]. He lived in 1 Chestnut Street, Wallsend in 1901[69]. He died between Oct-Dec 1925 in Newcastle[257]. Sex: Male.

Margaret Elizabeth Moody daughter of George Moody was born in 1862 in East Hartlepool[136]. She lived in 16 James St, Stranton, Durham in 1881[75]. She was employed as a Dressmaker in 1881[75]. She died after 1901. Sex: Female.

Thomas Bertram and Margaret Elizabeth Moody were married on May 27, 1882 in Parish Church, Bishopwearmouth[252, 256]. They had the following children:

i.

Mary Alice Bertram was born between Jul-Sep 1883 in Newcastle[255]. She married John William Lodge between Apr-Jun 1903 in Tynemouth[389]. Sex: Female.

ii.

Daisy Annie Bertram was born between Jul-Sep 1884 in Sunderland[390]. She was employed as a Domestic Servant in 1901[69]. She married ? between Jan-Mar 1906 in Newcastle district[391]. Sex: Female.

iii.

George Robert Bertram was born between Apr-Jun 1886 in Sunderland[69, 392]. He was employed as a Rivit Catcher in 1901[69]. He married ? between Oct-Dec 1910 in Newcastle district[393]. Sex: Male.

128. iv.

Tom Bertram was born between Apr-Jun 1890 in Newcastle[136, 394]. He died after 1913. He married ? Tait between Jul-Sep 1913 in Newcastle district[395].

v.

James Stewart Bertram was born between Jan-Mar 1893 in Newcastle[69, 396]. He died between Apr-Jun 1955 in Newcastle district[397]. Sex: Male.

vi.

Esther M. Bertram was born between Jan-Mar 1896 in Newcastle[69, 398]. Sex: Female.

vii.

Richard Bertram was born in 1900 in Wallsend[69]. Sex: Male.

85.

Elizabeth Bartram-7 (Alexander-6, Thomas-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born between Oct-Dec 1846 in Belford Moor, Northumberland[75, 262, 264]. She lived in Fowberry Moor (with parents) in 1871[84]. She was employed as a Ag Lab in 1871[84, 262]. She lived in Fowberry Moor Hamlet (with parents) in 1881[75]. She was employed as a Farm Servant in 1881[75, 262]. She was employed as a Housekeeper, domestic in 1901[69, 262]. She lived in 4 New Shoreston, Northumberland (with brother) in 1901[69, 262]. She lived in 1a Wagon Way Road, Alnwick (late Doxford) in 1932[266]. She died in May 1932 in Alnwick district[265]. She was buried on May 04, 1932 in Ellingham[266]. Sex: Female. She was also known as Bessy.

Elizabeth Bartram and unknown spouse married. They had the following children:

129. i.

Thomas Henry Bartram was born in 1869 in Branton, Northumberland[69, 75, 84, 262]. He married Elizabeth Green between Apr-Jun 1900 in Belford district[399]. He died on Apr 14, 1948 in High Moussen[400, 401].

130. ii.

Isabella Bartram was born between Jan-Mar 1878 in Chatton, Wooler[69, 144, 262, 402]. She died about 1931 in Hen Hill[261].

131. iii.

George William Bartram was born between 1888-1889 in Wasidon, Northumberland[69, 261]. He married ? Thompson between Jan-Mar 1913 in Belford district[403]. He died on Jan 11, 1959 in Newton-by-the-Sea[184, 261].

86.

Sarah Bartram-7 (Alexander-6, Thomas-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born between Jan-Mar 1851 in Eglingham, Northumberland[69, 75, 268]. She lived in Humbleton Buildings in 1871[84]. She was employed as a Ag. Lab. in 1871[84]. She was employed as a Farm Serv in 1881[75, 262]. She was employed as a Ag. Lab. in 1891[136]. She lived in Burton Vilage, Belford (with father) in 1891[136]. She was employed as a Farm labourer in 1901[69, 262]. She lived in Adderstone in 1901[69, 262]. She died between Apr-Jun 1931 in Belford district[269]. Sex: Female. Marital Status: Not married[261, 262].

Robert Wood[288]. Sex: Male.

Robert Wood and Sarah Bartram met. They had the following children:

i.

Robert Bartram was born between Jan-Mar 1874 in Chatton, Northumberland[75, 404]. He lived in Adderstone in 1901[69, 262]. He was employed as a Farm labourer in 1901[69, 262]. He died after 1901[69]. Sex: Male.

87.

Alexander Bartram-7 (Alexander-6, Thomas-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born between Jul-Sep 1856 in Sturton Grange, Warkworth, Northumberland[69, 75, 144, 272]. He lived in Fowberry Moor (with parents) in 1871[84]. He was employed as a Ag Lab in 1871[84, 262]. He was employed as a Ag Lab in 1881[75, 262]. He was employed as a Ag Lab in 1891[136]. He lived in Burton Village, Belford (with father) in 1891[136]. He lived in Pasture Hill, Elford between 1896-1904[69, 262, 405]. He was employed as a Hind in 1901[69, 262]. He died between Oct-Dec 1943 in Northumberland North 2nd district[274]. Sex: Male. Marital Status: Married, 2 or 3 sons, 1 daughter[261, 262].

Mary Ann Gilhome daughter of Richard Gilhome and Mary Ann ? was born in 1871 in Kirknewton[69, 406]. She died in Aug 1951 in Sunnyside Square, Seahouses[69, 406]. She was buried on Aug 22, 1951 in St Pauls, North Sunderland[407]. Sex: Female.

Alexander Bartram and Mary Ann Gilhome were married between Oct-Dec 1894 in Belford district[273]. They had the following children:

i.

George Alexander Bartram was born on Jun 24, 1896 in North Sunderland[69, 405, 408]. Sex: Male.

ii.

William James Bartram was born on Aug 02, 1898 in North Sunderland[69, 405, 409]. He died between Apr-Jun 1906 in Belford district[410]. Sex: Male.

iii.

? Bartram[262] was born after 1901[69]. Sex: Female.

Notes for ? Bartram:

General Notes:

[alexander.FTW]

 

This is Miss Bertram of 39 King Street, Alnwick. Alexander also had 2 or 3 sons (Nancy Hudson)

 

 

iv.

John Alexander Bartram was born in 1901 in Pasture Hill, Efford[405]. Sex: Male.

v.

Robert Gilhome Bartram was born on Jun 28, 1904 in Pasture Hill, Efford[405, 411]. He died between Jan-Mar 1925 in Alnwick district[412]. Sex: Male.

88.

George Bartram-7 (Alexander-6, Thomas-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born between Apr-Jun 1862 in West Wheatwood, Chatton, Northumberland[75, 84, 276]. He lived in Fowberry Moor (with parents) in 1871[84]. He was employed as a Ag Lab in 1881[75, 262]. He was employed as a Farm labourer between 1894-1901[262, 405]. He lived in Newham Barns between 1894-1901[262, 405]. He lived in Pasture Hill in 1899[262, 405]. He was employed as a Hind on farm in 1901[69, 262]. He lived in Newham Hall, Northumberland in 1901[69, 262]. He died between Jul-Sep 1912 in Belford district[278]. Sex: Male.

Hannah ? was born in 1864 in Rothbury[69]. She died between Apr-Jun 1933 in Belford district[413]. Sex: Female.

George Bartram and Hannah ? were married between Oct-Dec 1885 in Alnwick district[277]. They had the following children:

i.

Elizabeth Bartram was born on Nov 03, 1886 in Embleton Mill[69, 158, 414]. She was baptized on Nov 25, 1886 in Embleton Presbyterian Chapel[158, 262]. She lived in Burton village (with grand father) in 1891[136]. Sex: Female.

ii.

Margaret Ann D. Bartram was born between Jul-Sep 1888 in Rennington[69, 415]. Sex: Female.

iii.

Alexander Bartram was born on Jun 04, 1890 in Stamford[158, 416]. He was baptized on Jul 10, 1890 in Embleton Presbyterian Chapel[158, 262]. He died between Jul-Sep 1897 in Belford district[417]. Sex: Male.

iv.

Phillis Jane Bartram was born on Dec 10, 1894 in Lucker[69, 405, 418]. She married ? Taylor between Jan-Mar 1922 in Belford district[419]. Sex: Female.

v.

Hannah Brown Bartram was born on Mar 06, 1899 in Lucker[69, 405, 420]. She died between Jan-Mar 1919 in Belford district[421]. Sex: Female.

132. vi.

George Edward Davison Bertram was born on Apr 16, 1901 in Lucker[69, 405, 422]. He married ? Luke between Apr-Jun 1933 in Belford district[423]. He died between Jan-Mar 1968 in Northumberland North 2nd district[424].

89.

James Bartram-7 (Alexander-6, Thomas-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born between Jul-Sep 1865 in Hettonsteads, Chatton, Northumberland[75, 84, 279]. He was employed as a Ag Lab in 1881[75, 262]. He lived in Burton Vilage, Belford (with father) in 1891[136]. He was employed as a Ag Lab in 1891[136]. He was employed as a Farm labourer in 1901[69, 262]. He lived in Adderstone in 1901[69, 262]. He died after 1901[69]. Sex: Male. Marital Status: Married, 1 son 1 daughter, another son with wife called Hanah[261, 262].

Elizabeth ? was born before 1868. She was employed as a Farm labourer in 1901[69, 262]. She died after 1901[69]. Sex: Female.

James Bartram and Elizabeth ? married. They had the following children:

i.

Elizabeth Lily Bartram was born between Jul-Sep 1884 in Embleton[69, 425]. She was employed as a Farm labourer in 1901[69, 262]. Sex: Female.

ii.

Alexander Bartram was born in Nov 1897 in Embleton[69, 158]. He was baptized on Jan 06, 1898 in Embleton Presbyterian Chapel[158, 262]. Sex: Male.

90.

John Henry Bartram-7 (Alexander-6, Thomas-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born between Jul-Sep 1867 in Lowick or Chatton[69, 75, 262, 280]. He lived in Burton Vilage, Belford (with father) in 1891[136]. He was employed as a Ag Lab in 1891[136]. He lived in Pasture Hill, Elford in 1901[69, 262]. He was employed as a Hind in 1901[69, 262]. He died in Jun 1928 in Morpeth district[262, 282]. He was buried on Jun 09, 1928 in Cornhill[426]. Sex: Male. He lived in Around Stakeford[261, 262].

Margaret Morton daughter of Joseph Morton and Mary ? was born in 1871 in Rhodes Ford[69, 262, 427]. She died in Jun 1914 in Pasture Hill, Chathill[262, 407, 427, 428]. She was buried on Jun 12, 1914 in St Pauls, North Sunderland[407]. Sex: Female.

John Henry Bartram and Margaret Morton were married between Oct-Dec 1898 in Belford district[262, 281]. They had the following children:

i.

Mary Eleanor Bartram was born between Jan-Mar 1900 in North Sunderland[69, 262, 429]. Sex: Female.

91.

Mary Ann Bartram-7 (Alexander-6, Thomas-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born between Jul-Sep 1869 in Branton, Ingram, Northumberland[144, 283]. She was employed as a Agricultural Labourer in 1891[136]. She lived in Burton Village (with father) in 1891[136]. She lived in Adderstone in 1901[69, 262]. She was employed as a Farm Labourer in 1901[69, 262]. She was employed as a Farm Servant in 1904[284]. She lived in Sea Houses in 1904[284]. She died after 1904[284]. Sex: Female.

Mary Ann Bartram and unknown spouse married. They had the following children:

i.

Robert William Bertram was born on Dec 31, 1904 in Sea Houses, North Sunderland[284]. He died on Dec 25, 1983 in 118 Stone Close, Sea Houses[430]. Sex: Male.

92.

Alice Bartram-7 (Robert-6, Thomas-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born on Jun 16, 1850 in Gateshead[286]. She lived in Gateshead in 1901[69]. She died in 1903 in Gateshead[12]. Sex: Female.

Thomas Wilson son of William Wilson was born in 1843 in Newcastle[75]. He was employed as a Labourer in 1878[289]. He lived in St John parish, Newcastle in 1878[289]. He was employed as a Fireman in 1881[75]. He lived in Gateshead in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Railway Labourer in 1901[69]. He died in 1914 in Gateshead[12]. Sex: Male.

Thomas Wilson and Alice Bartram were married on Nov 03, 1872 in St Johns, Newcastle[289, 290]. They had the following children:

133. i.

Margaret Ann Wilson[12] was born in 1873 in Newcastle[12]. She married Daniel Nicholson on Oct 20, 1894 in Sunderland district[12, 431]. She died after 1901.

134. ii.

Robert Wilson was born in 1875 in Newcastle[12]. He married Florence Elizabeth Carruthers on Jan 01, 1899 in St Anns Church, Newcastle[12]. He died after 1905.

iii.

Thomas Wilson was born in 1877 in Newcastle[12]. He lived in Gateshead in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Railway labourer in 1901[69]. He died about 1929[12]. Sex: Male.

iv.

Catherine Wilson was born in 1879[12]. Sex: Female. She died in infancy[12].

v.

William Wilson was born in 1881 in Newcastle[75]. Sex: Male. He died in infancy[12].

vi.

John George Wilson was born in 1883 in Gateshead[12]. He died in 1967[12]. Sex: Male. Marital Status: Unmarried[12].

vii.

Alexander Wilson was born in 1885 in Gateshead[12]. Sex: Male.

Notes for Alexander Wilson:

General Notes:

2 daughters (Joan Platt)

 

 

viii.

Alice Elizabeth Wilson was born in 1887 in Gateshead[12]. Sex: Female. She died in infancy[12].

ix.

Isabella Wilson was born in 1889 in Gateshead[12]. Sex: Female.

135. x.

Mary Ann Wilson was born in 1893 in Gateshead[12]. She married J. T. Alnwick in 1913[12]. She died in 1990 in Gateshead[12].

93.

Catherine Bartram-7 (Robert-6, Thomas-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born in 1860 in Newcastle[12]. She lived in All Saints in 1901[69]. She died after 1901[69]. Sex: Female.

Matthew Chapman was born in 1850 in Middlesborough[69]. He lived in 19 Dog Bank, All Saints, Newcastle in 1901[69]. He was employed as a General Labourer in 1901[69]. He died after 1901[69]. Sex: Male.

Matthew Chapman and Catherine Bartram were married between Oct-Dec 1882 in Newcastle district[12, 295]. They had the following children:

i.

Margaret Chapman was born in 1885 in Newcastle[69]. Sex: Female.

ii.

Mary Chapman was born in 1888 in Newcastle[69]. Sex: Female.

iii.

Thomas Chapman was born in 1890 in Newcastle[69]. Sex: Male.

iv.

William Chapman was born in 1893 in Newcastle[69]. Sex: Male.

v.

John Chapman was born in 1897 in Newcastle[69]. Sex: Male.

94.

Eliza Haig Bartram-7 (James-6, John-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born on Feb 19, 1868[137, 301]. Sex: Female.

William Alexander Innes son of William Innes and Ann ? was born in 1863 in Wooler[45]. He was employed as a Tailor in 1881[75]. Sex: Male.

William Alexander Innes and Eliza Haig Bartram were married on Sep 16, 1891 in Wooler[15, 302]. They had the following children:

i.

James Bertram Innes was born between Apr-Jun 1892 in Glendale district[432]. Sex: Male.

95.

Maggie Jane Bartram-7 (James-6, John-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born on Aug 07, 1873 in Wooler[75, 137, 304]. She died on Nov 24, 1949[137, 306]. Sex: Female.

Frederick William Ridley son of Joseph Ridley and Mary ? was born in 1872 in Witton Gilbert, Durham[75, 288]. He lived in Jesmond in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Railway clerk in 1901[69]. He died in 1930[69]. Sex: Male.

Frederick William Ridley and Maggie Jane Bartram were married on Jun 12, 1894 in Wooler[305]. They had the following children:

136. i.

Frederick William Ridley was born in 1896 in Wooler[69]. He married Constance Ward in 1922.

137. ii.

Bertram Ridley was born in 1899 in Wooler[69]. He married Elizabeth Milburn in 1925. He died in 1984[433].

138. iii.

Agnes Mary Ridley was born in 1900. She married Reg. W. Spicer in 1929.

iv.

Muriel Ridley was born in 1903. She married Leighton Mills in 1943. Sex: Female.

v.

Jessie Ridley was born in 1905. Sex: Female.

96.

John Bartram-7 (James-6, John-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born on May 23, 1847 in Lowick (Fenwick Stead)[137, 309]. He was employed as a Colliery Joiner in 1881[75]. He lived in 32 Binchester Terrace, Old Park, Durham in 1881[75]. He lived in 52 Chandos Street, Gateshead in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Joiner in 1901[69]. He died between Apr-Jun 1915 in Gateshead district[311]. Sex: Male. He lived in 215 Saltwell Road, Gateshead[310].

Elizabeth Winlaw Telfer daughter of James Johnston Telfer and Elizabeth Scoon was born on Jul 11, 1849 in Wooler[75, 310]. She was employed as a Grocers shop keeper in 1901[69]. She died between Jul-Sep 1926 in Gateshead district[434]. Sex: Female.

John Bartram and Elizabeth Winlaw Telfer were married on Mar 25, 1871 in Wooler[310]. They had the following children:

139. i.

Elizabeth A. Bartram was born in 1873 in Browney, Durham[75].

ii.

James T. Bartram was born between Apr-Jun 1874 in Westerton, Durham[75, 435]. He lived in Gateshead in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Joiner in 1901[69]. He died between Apr-Jun 1939 in Gateshead district[436]. Sex: Male.

140. iii.

Sarah Isabella Bartram was born between Jan-Mar 1877 in Westerton, Durham[75, 437]. She died about 1960 in Thirsk, North Yorkshire[310].

141. iv.

Robert Bertram was born on Sep 11, 1878 in Westerton, Durham[75, 438, 439]. He died after 1910. He married Wilhelmina Crimson between Jul-Sep 1910 in Gateshead district[440].

142. v.

Margaret Bartram was born between Apr-Jun 1883 in Co Durham[69, 441]. She died after 1908. She married Robert Nicholson in Aug 1908 in Gateshead district[442].

97.

Jane Elizabeth Bartram-7 (John-6, John-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born in 1852 in Nethershire Ecclesfield[45]. She died between Jul-Sep 1894 in Barnburgh, Nr Doncaster[45]. Sex: Female.

Edward Hampshire son of Richard Hampshire was born in 1852. He lived in Barnburgh, Nr Doncaster in 1877[45]. He was employed as a Gardener in 1877[45]. He died in 1903. Sex: Male.

Edward Hampshire and Jane Elizabeth Bartram were married on Apr 03, 1877 in St Peter's Church Parish of Tankersley County of York[45]. They had the following children:

i.

Annie Hampshire was born in 1879[45]. Sex: Female.

ii.

John E. Hampshire was born in 1880[45]. Sex: Male.

iii.

Jane E. Hampshire was born in 1882[45]. Sex: Female.

iv.

Ethel Hampshire was born in 1884. She died in 1885. Sex: Female.

v.

Charles E. Hampshire was born in 1890[45]. Sex: Male.

vi.

Katharine Hampshire was born in 1894[45]. Sex: Female.

98.

John Bartram-7 (John-6, John-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born in 1853 in Shiregreen Ecclesfield[45]. He was employed as a Farmer of 74 Acres in 1881[75]. He lived in Fearnlies Farm, Hoyland Nether, York in 1881[75]. He lived in Wentworth, Yorks in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Farm Bailiff in 1901[69]. He died after 1901[69]. Sex: Male.

Harriett Hellewell was born in 1853 in Bolsterstone[45]. She died after 1901[69]. Sex: Female.

John Bartram and Harriett Hellewell were married on Feb 09, 1874[45]. They had the following children:

i.

John W Bartram was born on Mar 29, 1874 in Hoyland[45]. He died between 1881-1901[69, 75]. Sex: Male.

143. ii.

Edwin Bertram was born in 1876 in Hoyland[45]. He married Marian Beard after 1900[69]. He died after 1901[69].

iii.

Harriett Bartram was born in 1878 in Hoyland[45]. She lived in Wentworth, Yorks in 1901[69]. She was employed as a Dressmaker in 1901[69]. She died after 1901[69]. Sex: Female.

144. iv.

Ellis Bartram was born in 1880 in Hoyland[45]. He died after 1901[69].

v.

James A. Bartram was born in 1881 in Hoyland[45]. He lived in Wentworth, Yorks in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Boilermaker in 1901[69]. He died after 1901[69]. He married Ida Foster on Sep 27, 1908[45]. Sex: Male.

145. vi.

Frank Ashby Bertram was born in 1884 in Fearnleys Farm Hoyland[45]. He died after 1901[69]. He married Agnes Amy Hall on Jul 31, 1910[45].

vii.

Lucy J Bartram was born in 1888 in Wentworth[45]. She died after 1901[69]. Sex: Female.

99.

Mary Ann Bartram-7 (John-6, John-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born in 1857[45]. Sex: Female.

Ellis Helliwell was born in 1859. Sex: Male.

Ellis Helliwell and Mary Ann Bartram married. They had the following children:

i.

John Helliwell was born in 1881[45]. Sex: Male.

100.

Hannah Bartram-7 (John-6, John-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born in 1866 in Hoyland Nether, Yorks[75]. She died after 1901[69]. Sex: Female.

James Bowden was born in 1864 in Tankersley[45]. He lived in 14 Russell Street, South Manchester in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Railway Clerk in 1901[69]. He died after 1901[69]. Sex: Male.

James Bowden and Hannah Bartram were married on Feb 06, 1887[45]. They had the following children:

i.

Mary A Bowden was born in 1887 in High Green, Yorks[69]. Sex: Female.

ii.

John Howard Bowden was born in 1888 in Hoyland Common, Yorks[69]. Sex: Male.

iii.

Sydney James Bowden was born in 1893 in Openshaw, Manchester[69]. Sex: Male.

101.

Elizabeth Younger-7 (Agnes-6, John-5, James-4, Thomas-3, Benjamin-2, Joseph-1) was born on Nov 19, 1850 in Millfield Hall, Kirknewton, Northumberland[75, 235]. She died after 1901[69]. Sex: Female.

34.

Richard John Bartram son of Richard Robson Bartram and Margaret Bell was born between Oct-Dec 1845 in Lilburn Grange, Wooler[45, 109]. He was employed as a Cartman at colliery in 1881[75]. He lived in Rose Cottage, Holywell in 1881[75]. He lived in 3 Crone Street, Bertram Place, Earsdon (now Shiremoor) in 1901[69]. He was employed as a Coal miner stonemaker underground in 1901[69]. He died between Oct-Dec 1903 in Tynemouth district[112]. Sex: Male.