Durham Diocesan Records: episcopal jurisdiction and of courts
Introduction
Operations of the church courts
Contents

Catalogue

Reference code: GB-0033-DDR/EJ
Title: Durham Diocesan Records: episcopal jurisdiction and of courts
Dates of creation: 1531-1999
Extent: 188 metres (39 metres excluding faculty and marriage licence records)
Held by: Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections
Origination: The Spiritual Chancellors to the bishops of Durham, and their Registrars

Operations of the church courts

Background essays on the operation of the ecclesiastical courts generally, and on the classes of records covered within this catalogue, are in the separate guide, Administrative Histories for the Durham Diocesan Records. General bibliographies are also within the same guide, and omitted from this catalogue except for editions of specific records.

Contents

Records of the bishop of Durham's spiritual jurisdiction, in particular the records of his consistory court for the diocese of Durham, which is headed by his spiritual chancellor, and of other aspects of the work of the spiritual chancellor, together with the papers of court officials and a few records of other courts

Conditions of access

Items under 30 years old may only be produced if a reader has obtained permission to see them from the depositor (most often the Durham Diocesan Registrar or her/his representative), except for items in the public domain which are made available with no closure period. Longer closure periods apply for certain classes of documents. Details are given within this catalogue: unless otherwise stated, a 30 year closure applies.

Copyright and copying

Permission to make any published use of material from the collection must be sought in advance from the Sub-Librarian, Special Collections (e-mail PG.Library@durham.ac.uk) and, where appropriate, from the copyright owner. The Library will assist where possible with identifying copyright owners, but responsibility for ensuring copyright clearance rests with the user of the material
J.Raine (ed), Depositions and other ecclesiastical proceedings from the courts of Durham, extending from 1311 to the reign of Elizabeth (Surtees Society, number 21, 1845)
: a copy of this volume, annotated with detailed references for the sources of the extracts printed in it, is available in the Palace Green library search room. These sources are referenced as follows within the volume:
(no reference), p1-46: Bishops' registers as stated (see list at DDR/EA/ACT/1), plus Prior's court book from Cathedral Archives, viz DCD:Cap.Prior.
(A), p47-53: act book DDR/EJ/CCA/1/1
(A), p54: act book DDR/EJ/CCA/3/1
(A), p58: act book DDR/EJ/CCA/1/2
(A), p59-65, 73-76, 93-94: deposition book DDR/EJ/CCD/1/1
(no reference), p66: act book DDR/EJ/CCA/3/2
(B): act book DDR/EJ/CCA/3/2
(C): deposition book DDR/EJ/CCD/1/2
(D): deposition book DDR/EJ/CCD/1/4
(E): deposition book DDR/EJ/CCD/1/3
(ref Swift's Book): Durham Cathedral Library, Raine MS 124
(ref Act Book), p121-125, 172, 198-199: act book DDR/EJ/CCA/1/2


Catalogue

Consistory Court Causes and General Records
Reference: DDR/EJ/CC Much of the conservation work for the volumes listed below was carried out under the HEFCE-funded ('Follett') DDR project, 1995-1999. After these volumes had been repaired but before rebinding, they were generally microfilmed, as noted within the detailed lists below.

Consistory Court Acts
Reference: DDR/EJ/CCA The act books should be used in conjunction with the deposition books and cause papers:
DDR/EJ/CCD/1: Deposition books, 1565-1631
DDR/EJ/CCD/3: Cause papers, 1637-1638, 1678, 1716-1868


Consistory court act books (main series)
Reference: DDR/EJ/CCA/1
Dates of creation: 1531-1854
Extent: 32 volumes
Registers of mainly civil cases and criminal cases brought by the judge at the promotion of others (plenary jurisdiction)
Until ca.1579 and from ca.1672 this series also includes criminal cases brought by the judge of his own accord ('ex officio mero'). From the mid-19th century onward, certain other business of the court besides suits is recorded, sometimes including testamentary business such as appointments of guardians, probates and administrations, etc.
Formerly referenced as DDR/vols.III/1-32
GBV/vol. 1: Gibson volumes, 1569-1576, 1650-1706
Volume includes certain acts of the consistory court of Durham, ca.1650-1706. The major part of this volume is on microfilm number 83.
Durham Chapter Library: Sharp MS 110, ff.179-193, 1662

DDR/EJ/CCA/1/1   July 1531-October 1538
Includes criminal cases 'ex officio mero', depositions, and probates and administrations.
Originally labelled “Acts 1531-1544”. Described as 1532-1544 in Craster, Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne (3rd series, number 5, 1912)
. Listed as 1531-1544 in a typescript list ca.1950.
This volume may originally have consisted of several smaller books (see especially the evidence of separate foliation of individual gatherings at the bottom right-hand corner of some of the leaves). The binding, however, evidently disintegrated early, and the leaves fell into confusion. The foliation in ink at the top of the leaves, although early, was clearly done after they had already been disarranged.
Folios rearranged in their correct order, using the evidence of dates and joined leaves, June 1958. This left six gatherings of various numbers of leaves (of which the second and fifth have now been divided into two in rebinding); others appear to have been lost at an early date. The following leaves were removed at this date:
Nine leaves removed to constitute DDR/EJ/CCA/3/1 (acts before a Commissary for Northumberland, 1542-1544)
Loose depositions removed to constitute DDR/EJ/CCD/1/1.
Other loose depositions removed to keep with DDR/EJ/CCA/1/2.

Repaired and rebound by T. Cotton, August 1960
Slip-case made [1995x1999]
Extracts from this volume are printed in Surtees Society 21 (see start of list for details).
Microfilm available for copying, ref PG 007 [Follett].
DDR/EJ/CCA/1/2A-B   November 1567-August 1572
Includes criminal cases 'ex officio mero', and probates and administrations.
There are also some depositions on ff. 6 & 50. Bound in is one stray folio of acts 'ex officio' of 14 May 1580 (f.48a).
The initials 'R' [James Raine senior, 1791-1858] and 'C.S.' [Sir Cuthbert Sharp, 1781-1849] on f.53r indicate that the acts had been examined by these men, who may have been responsible for their original binding.
(now) 2 volumes
Folios [1] & 50 (one gathering), and 6 & 45 (one gathering) were found by M.G.Snape among some loose depositions formerly kept with DDR/EJ/CCA/1/1. Restored to this act book on 10 June 1958, and repaired in June-July 1980.
In 1987 rebound as two volumes:
2A. f.1-221, for 1567 to June 1570
2B. f.222-408, for June 1570 to 1572

During the 1987 rebinding, the foliation was reordered to restore the original [contemporary or near-contemporary] foliation and quires as far as this could be determined. The folios were previously bound in the order: 9-10, 39-40, 32-33, 38, 34-37, 21-30, 14-17, 13, 18-19, 11-12, 41-42, 8, 43-44, 7, 20, 31, 48a, 48, an unnumbered fragment, 53-340, 73 unnumbered folios. Folios 1,6,45 and 50 were loose in the volume [see above]. The pre-1987 spine is kept in a box next to volume 2B. Some missing folios were replaced with numbered plain sheets and some openings were interleaved with unnumbered plain sheets to minimise abrasive wear to the text.
Slip-case made [1995x1999]
Extracts printed in Surtees Society 21 (as above)
Two microfilms available for copying under the following references:
5TC 108: filmed prior to repair and reordering of foliation in 1987
PG 008 [Follett]: with current foliation

Acts of court of the Dean and Chapter's commissioners for March to September 1576 (sede vacante) are among the Durham Cathedral archives, at DCD/D/SJC/V/2.
DDR/EJ/CCA/1/3   November 1576-November 1580
Includes criminal cases 'ex officio mero'. Also some visitation material, some 1575 material (pointed out by Dr Helmholz), and some institutions, ca.1578 (pointed out by S. Freeman)
Sent for repairs to binding (not full rebinding) and repairs to some page edges, 1979-1980. Unfortunately the paper repair was done with soluble nylon, which by 1998 was causing problems.
Due to be filmed and conserved 1995-1999, but withdrawn from the programme for further consideration of the soluble nylon problem. Slip-case made.
DDR/EJ/CCA/1/4A-B   November 1580-July 1589
Folio 170r wrongly annotated 1581. The correct date should be 1585. (Folio 170v is dated 25 June 1585.)
The long established order of sheets in this volume, which has been the same since at least the time of its previous binding (probably ca.1823), was retained when the volume was split and rebound in two parts following its repair in 1998. Checking has revealed, however, that many of the sheets, especially in the second part of the volume, have been bound out of chronological order and that there are some noticeable gaps in the chronological sequence. The department's file for this volume includes notes for a more logical order in which some of the sheets should be read, and details of the most significant gaps in the sequence.
(now) 2 volumes
Rebound in 1998 as two volumes:
4A. f.1-153, November 1580-June 1583
4B. f.154-352, June 1583-July 1589

Taken down, repaired etc and rebound as appropriate [1995x1999]
Microfilm available for copying, ref PG 009 [Follett]
DDR/EJ/CCA/1/5   November 1595-November 1601
Taken down, repaired etc and rebound as appropriate, 1997-1998
Some fragments from this volume for which the correct home has not yet been found (one containing writing and two possibly containing writing), and some bookmarks containing writing which were found in it, have been placed in the slip-case containing old boards etc removed in the 1997-1998 rebinding.
Microfilm available for copying, ref PG 010 [Follett]
DDR/EJ/CCA/1/6   [before October] 1606-November 1608
Folio 65 is a stray bearing the date Friday 20 April 1604 on its dorse and bound out of chronological sequence. Note that no consistory court act book survives for the period ca.December 1601-ca.September 1606.
Taken down, repaired etc and rebound as appropriate [1995x1999]
Bookmarks found within the volume now kept in an envelope in the separate box containing old boards etc (originally between f.5-6, 7-8, 13-14, 15-16, 19-20, 24-25, 35-36, 37-38, 45-46 & 65-66, with faded writing on the first five, and the name of Joseph Davison [deputy diocesan registrar 1832-ca.1868] on the sixth)
Microfilm available for copying, ref PG 011 [Follett]. Note that parts of this film will be difficult to read because the original text is extremely stained and in parts very faded.
DDR/EJ/CCA/1/7   November 1608-[after July] 1610
The strips of paper found as bookmarks between ff. 189-190, 193-194, 194-195 & 195-196 are from the annotated proof-copy of J.Raine (ed), Historiae Dunelmensis Scriptores Tres… (Surtees Society, number 9, 1839)
. Presumably these strips are Raine's own proof and bookmarks.
Taken down, repaired etc and rebound as appropriate, 1997-1998. At that time, f.129-134 renumbered in correct order and bound correct way up (previously upside down and reversed: evidence of staining suggests that the mis-binding of these folios was probably made in the previous binding, [early 19th century]).
Microfilm available for copying, ref PG 012 [Follett], with volume 9
Photographic negatives and small index contact prints are held of sections of the volume which are particularly faded and do not show up well on the microfilm. They were made in York, November 1998, while the volume was disbound prior to repair and rebinding. Searchers can order prints from the negatives. They are for f.19r, 20r, 118v-120v, 138r, 139r-142v, 150r-155v, 157v-159v.
DDR/EJ/CCA/1/8A-B   [September] 1610-April 1614
At f.[6]r is the initial 'R' and a monogram, probably for James Raine, indicating that he had seen this volume.
In entries relating to a case of 1612/3 concerning the tithes of the manor of Crook Hall in the chapelry of Durham St Margaret, there are recited sixteen accounts of the proctor of the chapel of Durham St Margaret for the payment of these tithes, 1447/8-1523/4, and extracts from twenty books of receipt of Durham Cathedral relating to these tithes and the rectory of Durham St Oswald, 1583/4-1608/9 (ff.277r-281v). Compare f.260, reciting 1610 document relating to Crook Hall manor tithes, and ff. 290r, 352r, 356r and 357v.
Many bookmarks in the volume are taken from printed proofs. They have been retained in the volume after rebinding, in their original places. The department's file for this volume includes full details of the bookmarks found in it.
(now) 2 volumes
Taken down, repaired etc and rebound in two volumes, 1998-1999:
8A. f. i, 6-246, ca. September 1610-September 1612
8B. f. 247-459, November 1612-April 1614

Microfilm available for copying, ref PG 013 [Follett]
DDR/EJ/CCA/1/9   September 1619-March 1623
Marked “1619 to 1622” on 19th century binding (replaced)
The block of folios, ca. ff.109-118, should probably follow ca. f.166. Because some cases go on such a long time, it has not been possibly to establish just from the names of the parties exactly where this block should start and finish, nor where it should be put. See detailed notes in the department's file for this volume.
Taken down, repaired etc and rebound as appropriate [1995x1999]
Microfilm available for copying, ref PG 012 [Follett], with volume 7
DDR/EJ/CCA/1/10   November 1623-September 1626
Monogram 'JR' (for James Raine) occurs twice on f.1r.
Folio 50B found among Durham Probate Records miscellanea, identified as a stray from this volume and placed with it, ca.1970s. It was sewn in during the 1998/1999 repair and rebinding. Other folios may still be missing from this section of the volume (f.50Av is dated 30 July 1624, and the next date in the volume, at f.52v, is 18 February 1624/5).
Taken down, repaired etc and rebound as appropriate [1995x1999]
Microfilm available for copying, ref PG 015 [Follett]
DDR/EJ/CCA/1/11   September 1629-November 1632
First and final sections (ff. 1-115 & 310-344) are bound very much out of chronological order. Central section is in order. See detailed notes on chronological order in the department's file of notes on this volume.
Taken down, repaired etc and rebound as appropriate, 1999
Microfilm available for copying, ref PG 016 [Follett]
DDR/EJ/CCA/1/12   2 October 1629, January 1632-July 1636
Former binding marked “1629 to 1636”. Contains the following acts and acts ex officio:
ff.1r-36v: ca. January 1631/2-September 1634 (ex officio), with an entry on f.29r dated 3 February 1634/5, which was probably inserted later
ff.37r-196v: November 1632-December 1633
ff.197r-214v: November 1634-July 1636 (ex officio). Folios 209r-214v bound out of chronological order (should be read in the order 211r-214v, 210r-v, 209v, 209r)
f.215r-v: undated
f.216: dated Friday 2 October 1629 on dorse. This folio does not match the remainder of the section ff.215-223, and appears to be a stray from an earlier volume.
ff.217r-223v: undated

The monogram 'JR' (for James Raine) occurs twice on f.1.
i + 224 ff.
Taken down, repaired etc and rebound as appropriate [1995x1999]
Microfilm available for copying, ref PG 017 [Follett]
DDR/EJ/CCA/1/13   January 1636-February 1638
Former binding marked “1635 to 1637”. Folio 36 is dated 26 March '1635', but should probably be 26 March 1636 (the next date is April 1636, on f.40v).
i + 280 ff.
Taken down, repaired etc and rebound as appropriate [1995x1999]
Microfilm available for copying, ref PG 018 [Follett]
DDR/EJ/CCA/1/14   March 1638-July 1640
Former binding marked “1637 to 1640”. Folio 44v is dated Friday 5 June 1638 but its correct date is probably Friday 15 June 1638. Folio 51r is dated the 'Friday following the Feast of St Matthew the Apostle, viz 18 September 1638', but its correct date should be Friday 28 September 1638 (St Matthew's day is 21 September).
The following groups of sheets are bound out of chronological order:
ca.f.22r to ca. f.33v (ca. 30 June 1638 - ca. 20 July 1638), probably belong after ca. f.47v
some parts of the final section f.213r-254v: pattern of staining suggests that they have been kept in their present order for some considerable time, and this order was therefore retained when the volume was rebound. The department's file of notes on this volume includes a list of dates noted on these folios.

i + 255 ff.
Taken down, repaired etc and rebound as appropriate, 1998-1999
The already faint inks in the final section of this volume appeared to fade slightly during the repair process carried out before the volume was rebound in 1998. It is thought that this was because the size used was too alkaline and this was corrected as soon as the effect was noticed.
Microfilm available for copying, ref PG 019 [Follett]. Due to fading of ink in final section and obscuring of some faint text with repair tissue, this microfilm presents a clearer image of parts of the text than can be obtained from the volume itself.
DDR/EJ/CCA/1/15   January 1666-September 1674
Non-testamentary cases only. Previous binding marked “1665 to 1674”
From ca.1672 onwards the main series of consistory court act books contains criminal cases 'ex officio mero' as well as those brought by promotion.
Date on f.75r should be Friday 8 November (not October) 1667. Also, ff.218v-221r are blank: the reason is unclear, but suggests that the court headings may have been written in advance and the details of proceedings filled in later.
Taken down, repaired etc and rebound as appropriate [1995x1999]
Microfilm available for copying, ref PG 020 [Follett]
DDR/EJ/CCA/1/16   January 1666-March 1678
Probate cases only. Previous binding marked “1665 to 1677”
Folio 323v includes an undated note in the hand of [Ralph Trotter, Durham diocesan registrar 1708-1769], giving information about a number of senior officials of the diocese of Durham during the period 1665-1667 and their family relationships and connections.
Taken down, repaired etc and rebound as appropriate [1995x1999]
Microfilm available for copying, ref PG 020 [Follett]
DDR/EJ/CCA/1/17   January 1675-November 1685
Non-testamentary cases. Previous binding marked “1674 to 1685”
Includes entries relating to several senior diocesan appointments (chancellor, deputies, surrogates etc), including recitals of patents of appointment etc. See department's file of notes on this volume for details of the appointments in the volume.
Date on f.259v should be 4 May 1683 (not 1682).
Taken down, repaired etc and rebound as appropriate [1995x1999]
Microfilm available for copying, ref PG 022 [Follett]
DDR/EJ/CCA/1/18   April 1678-July 1703
Probate cases only
Folio 151 (4 & 11 December 1685) has been bound the wrong way round and out of place. It should be read between f.141 (4 December 1685 on dorse) and f.142 (11 December 1685 on front).
Folios 209-218 and 287-290 are not in chronological order: f.209-218 belong between ff.167 and 168, f.287-290 refer to the period 19 January 1693/4-3 May 1695, which is covered by ff. 262r-276r. See the department's file of detailed notes on this volume for their correct order.
Folios 287-290 are also in a different format from the rest of the volume, written on smaller sheets and containing summary details of court proceedings arranged chronologically in columns. These are perhaps draft notes made during the hearings, from which the longer and more formal entries in the act book were later written up.
Taken down, repaired etc and rebound as appropriate [1995x1999]
Microfilm available for copying, ref PG 023 [Follett]
DDR/EJ/CCA/1/19A-B   February 1686-May 1704
Non-testamentary cases. Previous binding marked “1685 to 1704”
Folio 317 has been bound in back to front and out of chronological order. It should be read between ff. 13 & 14. Folios 45-55 have been compiled and bound out of chronological order. For a suggested reading order, see the department's file of detailed notes for this volume.
This volume includes copies of a number of documents relating to appointments and resignations of spiritual chancellors etc of the diocese of Durham, among them (ff. 91v-93r) William Wilson, who was appointed chancellor on 29 October 1690 but drowned on 27 November 1690. See C.E.Whiting, Nathaniel Lord Crewe Bishop of Durham… (1940) p.213. See also the department's file of detailed notes on this volume for a list of the appointments found in the volume.
Also included in the volume are:
Copy of a decree against clandestine marriages issued by a court held by the Commissioners for Ecclesiastical Causes at Whitehall, 4 November 1686 (f.18v)
Memorandum by Ralph Trotter, Durham diocesan registrar, 28 November 1754, concerning cases arising out of visitation presentments of 1701 and 1705 against Dorothy Stafford, wife of Christopher Stafford, rector of Bothal, and William Cresswell of Woodhorn. These cases were referred to the Durham consistory court by the archdeacon and then appealed to York, with mention of 'the original transmission from the archdeacon under his seal' which, with other items, 'fully proves the power of our Chancellor and the proceedings in this Cause'. This item had been 'secreted' and was subsequently 'found by me [Ralph Trotter] among some loose papers in my House belonging to the Widow of Peter Burrel the Younger formerly Deputy Register in my Office and secreted from thence but now bound up in my Book of Collections Page 258'.

(now) two volumes
Taken down, repaired etc and rebound as two volumes, 1999:
19A. f. i & 1-180, for February 1685/6-November 1694
19B. f. 181-354, for November 1694-May 1704

Microfilm available for copying, ref PG 024 [Follett]
DDR/EJ/CCA/1/20   September 1703-July 1734
Probate cases only
Taken down, repaired etc and rebound as appropriate, 1999 (f.115 reversed and bound in correct chronological order: previous sewn in wrong way round, probably during the previous binding, in ? early 19th century)
Microfilm available for copying, ref PG 025 [Follett]
DDR/EJ/CCA/1/21   September 1705-December 1710
Non-testamentary cases
i + 75 ff.
Taken down, repaired etc and rebound as appropriate [1995x1999]
Microfilm available for copying, ref PG 026 [Follett]
DDR/EJ/CCA/1/22   September 1711-April 1726
Non-testamentary cases
Binding: Bound in parchment document (not identified: ? similarly adjacent books in this series)
DDR/EJ/CCA/1/23   April 1726-July 1737
Microfilm available (filmed before volume foliated), ref PG 027 [MSM]
DDR/EJ/CCA/1/24   September 1737-July 1741
Microfilm available (filmed before volume foliated), ref PG 028 [MSM]
DDR/EJ/CCA/1/25   October 1741-October 1759
Includes some testamentary business. Marked '1741 to 1760'
DDR/EJ/CCA/1/26   January 1760-January 1772
Includes some testamentary business
DDR/EJ/CCA/1/27   February 1772-December 1777
Includes some testamentary business. At end, assignments of business to proctors down to 1796. Marked on spine '1772 to 1778'
DDR/EJ/CCA/1/28   February 1778-January 1788
Includes some testamentary business. At end, assignments of business to proctors in 1799 and 1814.
DDR/EJ/CCA/1/29   January 1788-December 1798
Includes some testamentary business
DDR/EJ/CCA/1/30   February 1799-December 1814
Includes some testamentary business. Marked '1799 to 1815'
DDR/EJ/CCA/1/31   February 1815-June 1834
Includes some testamentary business.
Duplicate, but not quite identical, record of acts for September 1825 to January 1826 is at DDR/EJ/CCG/2/3
DDR/EJ/CCA/1/32   March-May 1844, October 1847-April 1851, July-November 1854
With admissions of proctors etc, 1846-1879, and notes of admissions of proctors to 1915. Marked 'Acts 1851, 1854'
Consistory court act books (office cases)
Reference: DDR/EJ/CCA/2
Dates of creation: 1579-1618
Extent: 7 volumes
Before 1579 and after ca.1672, all criminal cases are recorded in the main series of act books (see preceding class).
As well as criminal cases brought by the judge's 'mere office' (summary jurisdiction), these act books include a number of promoted cases, mainly for minor matters of correction.
Cited in publications with the reference DDR/vols.IV/1-7
Durham Cathedral archives, DCD/D/SJB/1-2: 'ex officio' act books, 1619-1621 and 1662-1672
DDR/A/ACN/1/2: Archdeacon of Northumberland's act and visitation book, 1619-1624: includes one folio of what might be consistory court acts 'ex officio' (f.10, undated), and three folios which might consist of consistory court acts 'ex officio' (ff.24r-26v, ca.1621).
DDR/EJ/CCA/1/12: contains 'ex officio' acts for ca.January 1631/2-September 1634 at ff.1r-36v, with an entry on f.29r dated 3 February 1634/5 which was probably inserted later. Also 'ex officio' acts for November 1634-July 1636, ff.197r-214v.

DDR/EJ/CCA/2/1   ca.February 1578/9-November 1580
Marked '1578 to 1579'. Certain sections of this volume have not been bound in strict chronological order and there are some gaps in the sequence. The department's file of notes on the volume includes notes on the correct order of the folios.
Repaired and rebound, ca.2000
Extracts from this volume are printed in J.Raine (ed), The injunctions and other ecclesiastical proceedings of Richard Barnes, bishop of Durham, from 1575 to 1587 (Surtees Society, number 22, 1850)
, pp.113 seq.
Extracts also in J.Barmby (ed), Churchwardens' accounts of Pittington and other parishes in the diocese of Durham from AD 1580 to 1700 (Surtees Society, number 84, 1888)
, pp.356-357
Microfilm available for copying, ref 5TC 129
A stray folio of acts ex officio for 14 May 1580 is bound into DDR/EJ/CCA/1/2A as f.48a
DDR/EJ/CCA/2/2   August 1589-June 1591
Tipped in at the front of this volume is a note in the hand of the Revd J.T. Fowler, librarian of the University of Durham, concerning corrections to be made to the proofs of Surtees Society volume 84.
ii + 43 ff.
Repaired and rebound, ca.2000
Microfilm available for copying, ref 5TC 129
DDR/EJ/CCA/2/3   June 1591-March 1595
Marked '1591 to 1594'. Includes promoted as well as mere office cases and some entries relate to testamentary business. Annotated in manuscript at f.1r, “No.22”.
Sets of churchwardens' presentments (and a related item) produced in connection with [episcopal] visitations of the diocese have been inserted in the volume as noted below. (Details of cases arising from the presentments are entered on nearby sheets.)
f.94: churchwardens' presentment, Durham St Giles (Gilligate), 10 October 1593
f.131: churchwardens' presentment, Whickham, 9 April 1594
f.132: churchwardens' presentment, Staindrop, 21 April 1594
f.159: churchwardens' presentment in the form of a letter from [F.] Coulton, [Darlington], n.d. [ca. November 1594]

The volume covers the period June 1591-March 1594/5 and in general the contents run in chronological order. A half sheet, f.176r, which follows f.175, the final page of the main text, contains a heading (struck through) dated Saturday 14 September 1594; chronologically this should go between ff.148v (dated 7 September 1594) and 149r (dated 28 September 1994) but there are no other entries headed 14 September 1594.
Repaired and rebound, 2003
Microfilm available for copying, ref 5TC 129
DDR/EJ/CCA/2/4   May 1595-October 1599
This volume includes promoted as well as mere office cases and some entries relate to testamentary business. It is annotated in manuscript at f.1r, “Liber causarum ex officio” and, in a different hand, “mero et promoto etc.” It is also inscribed, on the same folio, “No.3”.
At f.122r is a certified copy of the permission issued on 9 February 1597/8 by Toby Matthew, bishop of Durham, for Richard Fawcett, M.A., incumbent of Boldon, County Durham, to marry Ellinore Blaikeston, widow, of Hedley, County Durham.
The volume covers the period May 1595-October 1599 and in general the contents run in chronological order. There is, however, a gap in the chronological sequence between July 1597 and January 1597/8 (at ff.95-96). Three stray testamentary entries dated 16 July 1597 appear at f.139v, between folios dated 3 March 1598/9 and 10 march 1598/9 respectively.
Repaired and rebound, 2003
As well as excerpts from this volume and DDR/EJ/CCA/2/1, appendix B of Surtees Society 84 (as above under DDR/EJ/CCA/2/1) includes excerpts from three act books of the official of the officialty of the dean and chapter of Durham (Durham Cathedral archives, DCD/D/SJC/1-3).
Microfilm available for copying, ref 5TC 97
DDR/EJ/CCA/2/5   October 1599-May 1603
Sent for conservation and rebinding, 2010/11
Microfilm available for copying, ref 5TC 98
DDR/EJ/CCA/2/6   May 1603-March 1609
Marked 'Acts 1603 to 1608'
i + 319 ff.
Sent for conservation and rebinding, 2010/11
Microfilm available for copying, ref 5TC 98
DDR/EJ/CCA/2/7A-B   April 1609-November 1618
Previous binding marked '1609 to 1620'. May originally have been two books or else two distinct sets of papers. The second half of the volume (from f.215) has a bigger size of paper than the first.
Folio 279B is loose and probably a stray from another volume. Folio 305v is dated 9 December 1614 but this should read 9 December 1615.
There is a gap in the chronological order between f.318v (dated 4 May 1616) and f.319 (dated 9 November 1616 on verso). Also, f.334 (28 May 1616) has been misplaced between f.333 (15 March 1616/7) and f.335 (22 March 1616/7). It should probably correctly go between ff.318v and 319r.
Folio 399 contains acts of the archdeacon of Northumberland for Whittingham parish in Alnwick deanery, 1621. This is a stray from the archdeacon of Northumberland's second act book, ref DDRA/ACN/1/2, where there are entries for Whittingham parish at ff.23v & 67r-v.
two volumes (after rebinding)
Taken down, repaired etc and rebound as appropriate (as two volumes), 2000
Microfilms available for copying, refs 5TC 129 (filmed as a single volume), and PG 029 [Follett] (while disbound, 2000)
Consistory court act books (Northumberland commissary)
Reference: DDR/EJ/CCA/3
Extent: 1 folder and 1 volume
Registers containing civil and criminal cases heard before a commissary for Northumberland
As well as journal-style entries of acts, these registers also contain many depositions (in full), and some probates and administrations.
Formerly referenced as DDR/vols.VII/1-2

DDR/EJ/CCA/3/1   June/July 1542-March 1544
Previously kept with loose acts now forming DDR/EJ/CCA/1/1 (qv)
fragment only, 9 ff. (in folder)
Extracts from this volume are printed in Surtees Society 21 (see start of list for details).
DDR/EJ/CCA/3/2   November 1561-July 1570
marked 'Acts etc 1562 to 1571'
Extracts from this volume are printed in Surtees Society 21 (see start of list for details).
Microfilm available for copying, ref 5TC 109
Unbound consistory court acts
Reference: DDR/EJ/CCA/4
Dates of creation: 1579, 1585, 1601-1610, 1620-1621, 1632-1639, 1661-1665, 1821-1880
Extent: 2 boxes and 1 small tray
The 16th and 17th century acts were found among the probate miscellanea. They have been sorted into date order as far as possible (there are some undated items also). The 19th century items appear to have originally belonged together within a single bundle and have not been re-sorted.
Some of the acts are for criminal cases 'ex officio mero', and at least one is for Northumberland cases. However, they have all been kept together in a single sequence.

Consistory Court Documents
Reference: DDR/EJ/CCD
Deposition books
Reference: DDR/EJ/CCD/1
Dates of creation: 1565-1631
Extent: 12 volumesBinding: A note found in volume 8, together with other evidence, suggest that James Raine may have been responsible for having these books bound. (See departmental file for volume 8 for more details.)

Books of signed depositions by witnesses
Formerly referenced as DDR/vols.V/1-12
Many of the earlier depositions are undated. The years given in the following list are those of the earliest and latest dated entries noticed in each volume.
Depositions also occur in the first two act books (DDR/EJ/CCA/1/1-2B), and in the act books of the Northumberland commissary (DDR/EJ/CCA/3/1-2).

DDR/EJ/CCD/1/1   undated, 16th century [probably ca.1572-1574]
Fragments only. Original text ends at f.18r.
18 ff.
Originally kept with DDR/EJ/CCA/1/1 (qv)
Sent to conservation for box and paper repairs, 2/8/1994; returned 15/5/1995.
Extracts from this volume are printed in Surtees Society 21 (see start of list for details).
DDR/EJ/CCD/1/2   1565-1573
Folios 233-234 also have material normally contained in the act books. (See contemporary note referring to this in the second act book, ref. DDR/EJ/CCA/1/2, f.260v.)
Original text ends at f.349r.
Sent for repair and rebinding, 30/10/1992; returned 3/9/1993.
Extracts from this volume are printed in Surtees Society 21 (see start of list for details).
Microfilm available for copying, ref 5TC 215 (filmed while disbound)
DDR/EJ/CCD/1/3   1572-1592
For gaps 1574-1586 (before f.27) and 1588-1591 (before f.133a), see following volumes. Marked '1572 to 1591'
Initials of [? James Raine] at ff. 1r, 27r, 35v, 36r, 133a (recto) & 156r
Original text ends at f.173v. Folios 49b & 49c are stubs.
Sent for repair and rebinding, 26/10/1993; returned 10/1/1994
Extracts from this volume are printed in Surtees Society 21 (see start of list for details).
Microfilm available for copying, ref 5TC 216 (filmed while disbound)
DDR/EJ/CCD/1/4   1575-1577
Marked '1575 to 1576'. Folio 94Bv is dated 1598. Folios 24b-c, 48b-c, 72b-c, 100b-c, 125b-c and 132b are stubs. Original text ends at f.153b (verso).
Conserved before 1992. Slip-case made 1994. Pages flattened 11-12 December 1974 and 5 November 1980-25 November 1981.
Extracts from this volume are printed in Surtees Society 21 (see start of list for details).
Microfilm available for copying, ref 5TC 217 (filmed while disbound)
DDR/EJ/CCD/1/5   1589-1590
Initials of James Raine at f.1r. There are some ticks and crosses against some depositions, suggesting that they were perhaps seen or printed by James Raine.
Folios ii & iii (formerly loose, bound in 1994) include March 1588/9 depositions in a testamentary case. There are further depositions for this case at the beginning of the bound section of the volume. Their previous location is uncertain, but they were probably found among the probate miscellanea. Original text ends at f.140r.
Sent for repair and rebinding (including binding in of loose ff. ii & iii), 22/2/1994; returned 2/8/1994.
Microfilm available for copying, ref 5TC 217 (filmed while disbound)
DDR/EJ/CCD/1/6   1592-1595
Bound in at front are an appointment of surrogates sede vacante, 17 October 1587 (f.ii), and an original information by the minister of Tweedmouth against his parish clerk, undated [temp Patrick Smith, at Tweedmouth ca.1665-1703, see Raine, North Durham, p245] (f.iii)
Original text ends at f.153. Folio 99 is a stub. Note that ff.152 and 153 are stuck together at present.
There are some pencil ticks and crosses in the volume, possibly suggesting that some entries were seen or printed by James Raine.
iii + 154 ff.
marked '1591 to 1594'
Sent for repair to ff.151-153, October 1987; returned April 1990.
Taken down, repaired etc and rebound as appropriate [1995x1999]
Microfilm available for copying, ref PG 030 [Follett]
DDR/EJ/CCD/1/7   1599-1604
Folio 1r is labelled 'A' (see following volume). Folios 274-275 are inserts (relating to a nuncupative will) and f.276 should follow f.273. Original text ends at f.318v. Folios 2b-c, 42b-d and 238b-c are stubs and do not contain any text.
There are some pencil ticks and crosses in the volume, possibly suggesting that some entries were seen or printed by James Raine.
Sent for full repair and rebinding before Harvester microfilming, October 1987; returned March 1990. Old covers retained in box by DDR volumes.
Slip-case made [1995x1999]
Microfilm available for copying, ref PG 030 [Follett]
DDR/EJ/CCD/1/8   1604-1607
Folio 1r is labelled 'B' (see preceding volume). Also labelled '2' on spine.
Some of the endorsements suggest that the depositions were previously unbound bundles of papers, some of them grouped by individual cases.
Original text ends at f.246v.
Binding: See loose note in volume re 19th century binder, found under spine during conservation, and notes on same in departmental file.
Taken down, repaired etc and rebound as appropriate [1995x1999]
Microfilm available for copying, ref PG 031 [Follett]
DDR/EJ/CCD/1/9   1607-1611
Initials of Cuthbert Sharp (in ink) and James Raine (pencil, repeated) are at ff. 1r and 182r. Occasional pencil ticks by some of the depositions indicate that they may have been seen or printed by James Raine. Folio 182r is dirty, as if it was previously at the top of a bundle or front of a volume.
See notes on order in the departmental file of notes relating to the foliation of the DDR volumes. Original text ends at f.292v. Folios 172 and 173 are stubs.
i + 293 ff.
marked '1607 to 1610'
Taken down, repaired etc and rebound as appropriate [1995x1999]
Microfilm available for copying, ref PG 032 [Follett]
DDR/EJ/CCD/1/10A-B   1615-1620
Not bound in strict chronological order (pre-1976 order was retained for 1976 rebinding). Original text ends at f.455v (volume 10B).
two volumes (after rebinding)
Binding: previous binding marked '1614 to 1619'
Sent for repair and rebinding, 18/4/1975; returned October 1976. Rebound as two volumes:
10A. ff.1-185, 1614/5-1616
10B. ff.186-457, ca.January 1616/7-February 1619/20

Microfilm available for copying, ref 5TC 127
DDR/EJ/CCD/1/11   November 1618-November 1626
Not bound in strict chronological order, especially the early part. Folio 14 should follow f.15 and f.485 should precede f.478. Chronologically ff.407-408 should be placed at ca.423r. At least one folio is missing before f.409. Original text ends at f.530v.
The initials 'S.B.' (in pencil) are inside front cover. Occasional pencil ticks by some of the depositions indicate that they may have been seen or printed by James Raine.
Sent for rebinding and partial repair 1977-1979. Unfortunately soluble nylon was used, which by 1998 was causing problems.
A few torn folios repaired November 1993.
Due to be filmed and conserved 1995-1999, but withdrawn from the programme for further consideration of the soluble nylon problem.
DDR/EJ/CCD/1/12   October 1626-September 1631
There are no depositions between February 1627/8 and October 1628.
Not bound in strict chronological order, especially the earlier part. Folios 108-109 should follow f.103. Original text ends at f.301a (verso). Folio 301b was inserted later (probably found among the probate miscellanea) - there is text on both sides of f.301b.
Taken down, repaired etc and rebound as appropriate [1995x1999]
Microfilm available for copying, ref PG 033 [Follett]
Depositions (loose)
Reference: DDR/EJ/CCD/2
Dates of creation: 1633-1637, 1662-1666
Extent: 1 small tray
Unbound depositions signed by witnesses
Sorted into date order. Some of the items and sheets are undated, and so have been left in the order found.

Cause papers
Reference: DDR/EJ/CCD/3
Dates of creation: 1637-1638, 1678, 1716-1868
Extent: 54 boxes
Court papers for individual consistory court causes, sorted by cause
Each cause for which papers survive in this series will typically contain one or more of the types of documents described below. Please note that many of the folders contain just a single document, and reasonably complete sets of court papers survive for only a few of the causes.
Before 1733, the formal court documents are written in Latin. From 25th March 1733, all the documents are in English. However, even before 1733, the body of depositions is in English, and large parts of the allegations and other documents are often also in English.
The causes are sorted according to the year of the earliest item in the folder (excepting earlier enclosures, such as wills or deeds). This may not be the date that the cause first came before the consistory court.
Within each year, the causes are arranged in alphabetical order, according to the name of the plaintiff or promoter of the cause. Criminal causes brought by the judge's office without a promoter ('ex officio mero') are put at the beginning of the year to which they belong, together with any unidentified causes from the same year.
Some undated cause papers are listed at the end of the series.
The court papers which had been sorted by Roy Hudleston are included in his card index, which includes names of parties and brief details of each cause, as well as names of witnesses. This index has been superseded by the list below, although it contains details of witnesses that have not been included here.
Some of the papers for matrimonial causes are used and referenced in Bailey, J., “Breaking the conjugal vows: marriage and marriage breakdown in the north of England”, (unpublished doctoral thesis, University of Durham, 1999)

DDR/EJ/PRC/2: Papers for individual consistory court causes, 1608-1853, (undated)
Proctors' papers include many of the same documents as this series of cause papers, often in incomplete or draft form. They also include additional documents for some causes, such as correspondence between the proctor and one of the parties.
DDR/EJ/FAC/6: Contested faculties, 1764-1997
A few of the papers relating to faculties, especially disputed faculties and some of the early pew causes, were originally found among the consistory court cause papers.
DPR: Probate records, 1600-1857

DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1637/1   [? 1637]
Document - allegation
plaintiff: George Barcroft
defendant: John Peacocke
defamation - [cheating]
Date uncertain: endorsed “1637”, but not yet checked in act book.
1 folder, 2 ff.
Originally found among 1637 wills
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1638/1   [? 1638, or 1590 x 1619]
Document - allegation
plaintiff: William Morton
defendants: Reginald [unknown] and David Skeele
recovery of tithes and Easter offerings within Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
Date uncertain: endorsed “1638”, but [Chancellor] named as “Clement Colmore”, suggesting a date between 1590 and 1619.
1 folder, 2 ff.
Found with 1638 wills
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1678/1   1678
Document - depositions
plaintiff: Elizabeth Butler
defendant: William Mitford
relating to: will of Thomas Mitford (deceased)
probate cause - subtraction of legacy
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1716/1   1716-1717
Document - depositions
plaintiffs: churchwardens and trustees of the Free School, Darlington, County Durham: Ralph Wright, Henry Cuthbertson, Francis Page and Christopher Wardell
defendants: George Allan, Thomas Charnack, Robert Simpson and Samuel Walton of Darlington, County Durham
confirmation of pew in Darlington, County Durham
1 folder, 12 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1716/4: trustees of the charity school v churchwardens and trustees of the free grammar school, 1716 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1716/2   1716
Document - depositions
promoter: Jane Old, wife of Thomas Old (legatee of deceased)
defendant: James Dunn (executor of deceased)
relating to: will of Richard Wright, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
1 folder, 12 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1717/1   1717-1718
Document - depositions
plaintiff: John Barclay, cleric (curate of Monkwearmouth)
defendant: Anne Abbs of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham
defamation - theft and heresy
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1717/2   1717
Document - depositions
plaintiff: Catherine Colvill (executor of deceased)
defendant: Isabel Mosse (n?Colvill), wife of Peter Mosse
relating to: goods of John Colvill (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
1 folder, 6 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1717/6: Mosse v Colvill, 1717 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1717/3   1717
Document - depositions
plaintiff: Elizabeth Douthwaite, spinster
defendant: Elizabeth Sewell, widow
defamation - whoredom
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1717/4   1717
Document - depositions
plaintiff: Anne Stott, widow
defendant: Henry Tayler
defamation - whoredom
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1717/5   1717-1718
Document - depositions
plaintiff: Elizabeth Winter, minor (acting by a guardian)
defendant: Jane Wilkinson
defamation
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1718/1   1718
Document - depositions
promoter: Anna Bell, widow, and Margaret Smith and Thomas Smith
defendant: Christopher Mickleton, gent
relating to: will of Christopher Mickleton (deceased)
probate cause - to prove codicil
Details of cause confirmed from act book, DDR vols. III/20.
1 folder, 8 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1718/2: Bell (et al.) v Mickleton, 1718 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1718/2   1718
Document - depositions
plaintiff: Thomas Burnopp
defendant: Thomas Dixon
defamation - theft
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1718/3   1718
Document - depositions
plaintiff: Ralph Stainbank
defendant: Dorothy Gibson, wife of John Gibson
defamation - roguery and theft
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1718/4   1718
Document - depositions
plaintiff: John Tone
defendant: Thomas Southeron
defamation - adultery/fornication
1 folder, 4 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1718/11: Southeron v Tone, 1718 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1719/1   1719
Document - depositions
plaintiff: Rachel Colt
defendant: Edward Henzell
defamation - whoredom
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1719/2   1719
Document - depositions
plaintiff: Mary Harrison, spinster
defendant: Margaret French, wife of Matthew French
defamation - whoredom
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1719/3   1719
Document - depositions
plaintiff: Edward Henzell
defendant: Rachel Colt
defamation - roguery
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1719/4   1719
Document - depositions
plaintiff: John Ornesby
defendant: Eleanor Emerson, wife of James Emerson
defamation - corruption
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1720/1   1720
Document - answers
plaintiff: William Jameson
defendant: Roger Wilson, gent
confirmation of pew in Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland
1 folder, 2 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1719/9: Jameson v Wilson, 1719 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1722/1   1722
Language:   Latin
Document - prohibition (from Court of Pleas)
plaintiff: Roger Dove
defendant: Ralph Anderson
[cause unknown] (Taken to Court of Pleas, Durham)
Names of parties confirmed from act book, DDR vols. III/22.
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1727/1   1727-1728
Document - depositions
plaintiff: Margaret Barrow, wife of Nicholas Barrow
defendants: Richard Huntley and John Huntley (co-executors of deceased)
relating to: will of Thomas Wetherall (deceased)
probate cause - subtraction of legacy
1 folder, 22 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1728/1   1728
Document - depositions
plaintiff: Henry Ogle, esq
defendant: James Swann of Longhorsley, Northumberland
recovery of tithes of lambs within Longhorsley, Northumberland
Details of names confirmed from act book, DDR vols. III/23.
1 folder, 10 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1726/8: Ogle v Swan, 1726 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1728/2   1728
Deposition of Ralph Stobbert (Stobart) of Sunderland, gent.
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1729/1   1729
Document - depositions
mere office case
defendant: Robert Dawson of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham
correction for incest
Note that the deposition does not state that Robert Dawson was from Bishopwearmouth, but that the marriage took place there. Details of cause taken from file of Proctors' Working Papers.
1 folder, 4 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1728/2: office v Dawson, 1728 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1729/2   1729-1731
Language:  Latin (except for the depositions)
Documents - libel, answers, interrogatories, depositions and sentence
plaintiff: William Wekett, cleric (rector of Brancepeth)
defendant: William Wright of Brancepeth, County Durham
recovery of tithes of rye and oats within Billy Hall, Billy Row, Brancepeth, County Durham
1 folder, 40 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1729/20: Wekett v Wright, 1729 - 1730 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1731/1   1731
Language:   Latin
Document - sentence
plaintiff: William Moor, gent
defendant: William Yellowly of Hartburn, Northumberland
recovery of tithes of wool within Hartburn, Northumberland
1 folder, 2 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1730/12: Moor v Yellowley, 1730 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1732/1   1732
Document - depositions
promoter: Thomas Bell
defendant: John Huntridge
relating to: will of John Bell of South Charlton, Northumberland, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - disputed will
Details of parties taken from act book, DDR vols. III/20.
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1732/2   1732
Document - grant of pew
promoter: John Shepherson of Darlington, County Durham
relating to: confirmation of pews in Darlington church
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1733/1   1733
Document - sentence
plaintiffs: churchwardens of Bywell St Peter, Northumberland: Matthew Ellington, Joseph Jopling, Nicholas Lawson and John Newton
defendant: William Richardson (farmer of Chapter House tithe barn and part of the tithes of the rectory of Bywell St Peter)
non-provision of bread and wine
1 folder, 2 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1732/2: churchwardens v Richardson, 1732 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1733/2   1733-1734
Documents - citations and sentence
voluntary promoter: Thomas Emerson of Hamsterley, County Durham
defendant: John Barclay, cleric (curate of Hamsterley)
correction for solemnising a clandestine marriage
1 folder, 4 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1733/3: office v Barclay, 1733 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1733/3   1733-1737
Documents - inventory (with allegation), allegations and depositions
promoters: Joshua Goundry and Christopher Harrison (principal creditors of deceased)
defendant: Anne Jefferson, wife of Francis Stonehouse (late widow and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Nicholas Jefferson of Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: Pye, the younger - prosecuting; Hutchinson - defending
1 folder, 15 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1734/3: Goundry (et al.) v Stonehouse, 1734 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1734/1   1734
Document - depositions
plaintiff: Thomas Hett of Billingham, County Durham
defendant: Thomas Smith of Billingham, County Durham
defamation - roguery
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1734/2   1734
Document - interrogatories
promoter: William Mowbray
defendant: John Greenwell
correction for fornication
Endorsed “1735”, but date (Hilary term 1733/4) taken from act book, DDR vols. III/23
Details of cause taken from act book, DDR vols. III/23.
1 folder, 2 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1733/9: Mowbray v Greenwell, 1733 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1734/3   1734
Document - sentence
plaintiff: Elizabeth Richardson of Sunderland, County Durham, wife of Thomas Richardson
defendant: Mary Harvey of Sunderland, County Durham, wife of William Harvey
defamation - roguery/whoredom
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1734/4   1734
Document - depositions
promoter: Richard Ridley, esq
defendant: Edward Blackett, baronet
confirmation of burial place in Beltingham, Haltwhistle, Northumberland
1 folder, 70 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1734/1: Blackett v Ridley, 1734 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1734/5   1734-1737
Documents - depositions and sentence
plaintiff: Jane Spencer of Durham St Oswald, County Durham, wife of George Spencer
defendant: James Grey of Durham St Oswald, County Durham
defamation - whoredom
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1734/6   1734
Document - depositions
promoter: Catherine Thew
defendants: John Cutter and William Richardson
relating to: will of Robert Vipont of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, joiner (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
Details of cause taken from act book, DDR vols. III/20.
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1734/7   1734
Document - depositions
plaintiff: Robert Walker of Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham
defendant: Elizabeth Litster of Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham, wife of Richard Litster
defamation - roguery
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1734/8   1734
Document - allegation
plaintiff: William Weket, cleric (rector of Brancepeth)
defendant: John Helmerow
recovery of tithes within Brancepeth, County Durham
proctor: Pye, the younger - defending
Endorsed “1736”, but 1734 date confirmed from act book, DDR vols. III/23.
1 folder, 2 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1732/17: Wekett v Helmerow, 1732 - 1734 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1735/1   1735
Document - depositions
promoter: Joseph Marshall (brother of deceased)
defendant: John Marshall (nephew and sole executor of deceased)
relating to: will of William Marshall of Jarrow, County Durham (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
1 folder, 8 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1735/5: Marshall v Marshall, 1735 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1736/1   1736
Documents - libel and depositions
plaintiff: Jonathan Atkinson of Barnard Castle, County Durham
defendant: Alice Startford of Barnard Castle, County Durham, wife of Henry Startford
defamation - whoredom
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1736/2   1736-1737
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
plaintiff: William Atkinson of Tweedmouth, North Durham
defendant: Robert Hewetson (Hewitson) of Tweedmouth, North Durham
recovery of tithes of lambs within Tweedmouth, North Durham
1 folder, 5 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1736/1: Atkinson v Hewitson, 1736 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1736/3   1736
Documents - allegation and depositions
promoter: Lewis Bee (nephew and next of kin of deceased)
defendant: William Loraine, baronet
relating to: will of William Bee of Kirkharle, Northumberland (deceased)
probate cause - to prove nuncupative will
proctor: Hutchinson - defending
1 folder, 5 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1736/11: Loraine v Bee, 1736 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1736/4   1736
Document - bond (of promoter)
plaintiff: Susan Brown of Blyth, Northumberland, spinster
defendant: Jane Corbey of Blyth, Northumberland, wife of Robert Corbey
defamation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1736/5   1736-1737
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
plaintiff: William Coates (Coats) of Egglescliffe, County Durham
defendant: Jane Coltman of Egglescliffe, County Durham
defamation - roguery and theft
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1736/6   1736-1737
Documents - libel, deposition and sentence
plaintiff: Joanna Eales of Sunderland, County Durham, wife of Ralph Eales
defendant: Elizabeth Gilroy of Sunderland, County Durham, wife of Thomas Gilroy
defamation - whoredom
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1736/7   1736
Documents - articles, depositions and sentence
promoter: Ellenor Ellett of Gateshead, County Durham, wife of William Ellett
defendant: Rebecca Salton of Gateshead, County Durham, wife of Samuel Salton
defamation - whoredom
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1736/8   1736
Documents - articles and depositions
promoter: Elizabeth Howard of Elsdon, Northumberland, widow
defendant: John Dawson of Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland
defamation - whoredom
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1736/9   1736
Documents - allegation and deposition (draft)
promoter: Elizabeth Howard (alleged widow of deceased)
defendant: Frances Howard (n?Norton) (alleged widow and executrix of deceased)
relating to: will of Charles Francis Howard of Northumberland, esq (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctor: Dixon - defending
1 folder, 4 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1735/2: Howard v Howard, 1735 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1736/10   1736
Documents - articles, depositions and sentence
promoter: Ann Hunter of Gateshead, County Durham
defendant: John Sibbit of Gateshead, County Durham
defamation - whoredom
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1736/11   1736-1737
Documents - articles, depositions and sentence
promoter: Ann Johnson of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, spinster
defendant: Sarah Scott of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, wife of William Scott
defamation - adultery/fornication
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1736/12   1736
Document - deposition
promoter: George Kennerley (Kinnersley)
defendant: John Steell (Steel)
relating to: goods of George Hinckster (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
Details of parties (and variant spellings of names) taken from act book, DDR vols. III/23.
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1736/13   1736
Documents - articles and depositions
promoter: Ruth Milburn of Barnard Castle, County Durham
defendant: Jane Kipling of Barnard Castle, County Durham, wife of Robert Kipling
defamation - drunkenness and fornication
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1736/14   1736
Document - answers
promoter: John Miller (principal creditor of deceased)
defendant: Jane Banks (formerly Graham), wife of Andrew Banks (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of George Graham of Auckland St Andrew, County Durham (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1736/15   1736
Documents - note and answers
plaintiff: William Moor
defendant: Ralph Wood, gent
recovery of tithes
proctor: Timothy Wrangham - defending
1 folder, 4 ff.
Previously referenced 51
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1735/7: Moor v Wood, 1735 - 1736 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1736/16   1736
Documents - articles, depositions and sentence
promoter: Robert Ovington of Hart, County Durham
defendant: George Robinson of Sedgefield, County Durham
defamation - forgery
1 folder, 6 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1735/9: Ovington v Robinson, 1735 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1736/17   1736
Documents - articles and depositions
promoter: Gerard Russell of Hurworth, County Durham, gent
defendant: John Ovington of Hurworth, County Durham
defamation - cheating
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1736/18   1736
Documents - allegation, answers and deposition
promoter: Joseph Smith, gent (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Sarah Procter (Proctor), widow (relict and sole executrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Procter (Proctor) of Lintsford, Ryton, County Durham (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Wrangham - prosecuting
1 folder, 6 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1736/17: Smith v Proctor, 1736 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1736/19   1736-1737
Documents - allegation and deposition
plaintiff: Mary Smith (relict of deceased)
defendants: John Smith and Thomas Smith
relating to: will of Henry Smith of Ulgham, Northumberland (deceased)
probate cause - subtraction of legacy
proctor: Dixon - defending
1 folder, 3 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1736/18: Smith v Smith (et al.), 1735[/6]-1736 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1736/20   1736
Document - depositions (draft)
promoter: John Snowball
defendant: Jane Snowball, widow (sole executrix of deceased)
relating to: will of Edward Snowball of Whickham, County Durham, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
Documents not dated, but date of Hilary term, 1736, taken from act book, DDR vols. III/23.
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1736/21   1736-1737
promoters: William Stalker, Francis Greathead, Cuthbert Potts and others of HM Customs and Excise of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
defendant: Richard Ord, gent
confirmation of pew in Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
proctors: Hutchinson - prosecuting; Pye - defending
Documents - allegations, answers and depositions
1 folder, 15 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1736/19: Stalker (et al.) v Ord, 1736 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1736/22   1736
plaintiff: Edmund Tew, cleric (rector of Boldon)
defendant: Mary Stackhouse, widow, executrix of John Stackhouse, cleric (late rector of Boldon)
recovery of dilapidations
proctor: Hutchinson - defending
Documents - allegation (with accounts and estimates dated 1735-1736) and depositions
1 folder, 18 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1735/10: Tew v Stackhouse, 1735 - 1736 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1736/23   1736
plaintiff: Jane Todd of Sunderland, County Durham, wife of Robert Todd
defendant: Dorothy Atkinson of Sunderland, County Durham, wife of Ralph Atkinson
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1736/24   1736
plaintiff: John Walker of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland
defendant: Jane Taylor of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland, wife of Joseph Taylor
defamation - roguery
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1736/25   1736
plaintiff: Ann Ward of Hartburn, Northumberland, spinster
defendant: William Bowman of Hartburn, Northumberland
defamation - theft
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1736/26   1736-1741
plaintiff: Abigail Wilkinson
defendant: Robert Davison of Alnwick, Northumberland
recovery of tithes of hay within Low Shields, Alnwick, Northumberland and Low Shields, Lesbury, Northumberland
proctor: Hutchinson - defending
Documents - depositions, allegation and sentence
1 folder, 15 ff.
Previously referenced 30
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1735/11: Wilkinson v Davison, 1735 - 1736 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1736/27   1736-1741
plaintiff: Abigail Wilkinson
defendant: George Storey (Story) of Alnwick, Northumberland
recovery of tithes within Alnwick, Northumberland
proctor: Hutchinson - defending
Documents - allegations, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 13 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1735/12: Wilkinson v Storey, 1735 - 1738 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1736/28   1736
plaintiff: Richard Wilson of Durham St Margaret, County Durham
defendant: John Wall of Brancepeth, County Durham
defamation - roguery and cheating
Documents - libel, bond (of plaintiff), interrogatories and depositions
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1736/29   1736-1737
plaintiff: Stephen Woodifield of Bishop Middleham, County Durham
defendant: John Hunter of Bishop Middleham, County Durham
defamation - giving false weights and measures
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1736/30   1736
plaintiff: Thomas Woodward of Sunderland, County Durham
defendant: Mary Moody of Sunderland, County Durham, wife of William Moody
defamation - theft
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1736/31   1736-1737
promoters: Thomas Younghusband, James Mather and John Brown of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
defendants: James Weatherburn, Robert Weatherburn and William Suddis
confirmation of pew in Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
proctors: Pye, the younger - prosecuting; Hutchinson - defending
Documents - allegations (one with assignment of pew), answers and depositions
1 folder, 21 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1737/1   1737
mere office case
defendant: James Fern of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, cleric
correction for solemnising a clandestine marriage
Documents - citation, articles (with certificate and note), sentence and suspension
1 folder, 8 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1737/1: office v Fern, 1737 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1737/2   1737
promoter: Blythman Adamson of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland
defendant: Hugh Mackdowell of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland
defamation - roguery and villainy
Documents - articles, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1737/3   1737
promoter: Matthew Bell of Kyloe, North Durham
defendant: William Hymers of Kyloe, North Durham
defamation - roguery and villainy
Documents - articles, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 8 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1737/4   1737-1738
promoter: Matthew Bell of Kyloe, North Durham
defendant: Daniel Selby of Kyloe, North Durham
defamation - roguery and villainy
Documents - articles, depositions and sentences
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1737/5   1737
plaintiff: Margaret Bolton of Carham, Northumberland, spinster
defendant: Ralph Ewart of Carham, Northumberland
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1737/6   1737
plaintiff: John Brown of Durham St Giles, County Durham
defendant: Margaret Lawson of Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham
defamation - roguery
Documents - libel and depositions
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1737/7   1737
promoter: William Carr of Norham, North Durham, esq
defendant: William Roughhead of Ford, Northumberland
defamation - drunkenness
Documents - articles, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1737/8   1737-1738
promoter: William Crawforth (Crawford) of Darlington, County Durham
defendant: Anne Appleby of Darlington, County Durham, wife of George Appleby
defamation - roguery
Documents - articles, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1737/9   1737-1738
promoter: Simon Cumming of Whickham, County Durham
defendant: John Gilhespy (Gillespie) of Whickham, County Durham
defamation - theft
Documents - articles, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1737/10   1737
plaintiff: Susannah Fawdon of Brancepeth, County Durham
defendant: George Foreman of Brancepeth, County Durham
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel and depositions
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1737/11   1737-1738
plaintiff: Margaret Ferguson (Farguson) of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, wife of John Ferguson (Farguson)
defendant: Robert Johnson of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1737/12   1737-1738
plaintiff: Margaret Ferguson (Farguson) of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, wife of John Ferguson (Farguson)
defendant: Peter Wilkinson of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1737/13   1737
promoter: George Foreman of Brancepeth, County Durham
defendant: Susannah Fawdon of Brancepeth, County Durham
defamation - roguery
Document - articles
Articles undated (endorsed “1736”), but identified as from Hilary term 1736/7 from act book, DDR vols. III/23.
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1737/14   1737
promoter: Margaret Hammond of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland, wife of Henry Hammond
defendant: Anne Bird of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland, wife of John Bird
defamation - whoredom
Documents - articles and depositions
1 folder, 5 ff.
Previously referenced 49
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1737/15   1737
promoter: William Jeffreys of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
defendant: William Roughhead of Ford, Northumberland
defamation - drunkenness
Documents - articles, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1737/16   1737
plaintiff: Margaret Lawson of Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham, wife of William Lawson
defendant: John Brown of Durham St Giles, County Durham
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel and depositions
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1737/17   1737-1738
promoter: Anthony Marshall of Wolsingham, County Durham
defendant: Robert Coulson of Wolsingham, County Durham
defamation - roguery
Documents - articles, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1737/18   1737
plaintiff: Henry Ogle, esq
defendants: George Burne, the elder, James Wallis and George Burne, the younger
recovery of tithes within Brinkburn, Northumberland or Longhorsley, Northumberland
Document - deposition
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1737/19   1737
plaintiff: Cuthbert Pallister of Lanchester, County Durham
defendant: John Stainsby of Lanchester, County Durham
defamation - theft
Documents - libels and depositions
1 folder, 8 ff.
Previously referenced 36
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1737/20   1737
promoter: John Pemberton of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham
defendant: William Hodgshon of Monkwearmouth, County Durham
confirmation of pew in Monkwearmouth, County Durham
proctors: Pye - prosecuting; Hutchinson - defending
Documents - allegations and depositions
1 folder, 21 ff.
Previously referenced 9
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1737/10: Pemberton v Hodgshon, 1737 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1737/21   1737
promoter: Elianor Raine (Rain) of Dalton-le-Dale, County Durham, spinster
defendant: Jane Greensitt (Greensite, Greensit) of Dalton-le-Dale, County Durham, widow
defamation - drunkenness
Documents - articles, interrogatories, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 13 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1737/22   1737
plaintiff: Jane Richardson, minor (granddaughter of deceased), acting by her guardian, Isabell Wallas (formerly Richardson), late widow of George Richardson, deceased, wife of John Wallas (her mother)
defendant: Ralph Weatherburn (Weatherburne) of Chester-le-Street, County Durham (executor of deceased)
relating to: will of Joseph Weatherburn (Weatherburne) of West Denton, Northumberland, house carpenter (deceased)
probate cause - subtraction of legacy
Documents - libel, answers and sentence
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1737/23   1737
plaintiff: Joseph Richardson (grandson of deceased), acting by his guardian, Isabell Wallas (formerly Richardson), late widow of George Richardson, deceased, wife of John Wallas (his mother)
defendant: Ralph Weatherburn of Chester-le-Street, County Durham (executor of deceased)
relating to: will of Joseph Weatherburn of West Denton, Northumberland, house carpenter (deceased)
probate cause - subtraction of legacy
Document - sentence
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1737/24   1737
plaintiff: Margaret Richardson, spinster (granddaughter of deceased), acting by her guardian, Isabell Wallas (formerly Richardson), late widow of George Richardson, deceased, wife of John Wallas (Wallace), her mother
defendant: Ralph Weatherburn of Chester-le-Street, County Durham (executor of deceased)
relating to: will of Joseph Weatherburn of West Denton, Northumberland, house carpenter (deceased)
probate cause - subtraction of legacy
proctors: Robert Dixon, later Braems Wheler - prosecuting; Wrangham - defending
Documents - libel, proxy, copy parish register extracts, allegation, affidavit and sentence
1 folder, 12 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1737/25   1737-1738
plaintiff: William Trotter of Wolviston, County Durham
defendant: John Boad of Wolviston, County Durham
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1737/26   1737
plaintiff: Thomas Walbanke, cleric (curate of Longhorsley)
defendant: George Handeside of Longhorsley, Northumberland
defamation - attempted fornication
Documents - libel and depositions
1 folder, 6 ff.
Previously referenced 35
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1737/27   1737
plaintiff: Catharine Wastell of South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, wife of Samuel Wastell
defendant: Elizabeth Hindmarsh of South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, wife of Anthony Hindmarsh
defamation - whoredom, drunkenness and theft
Documents - libel and depositions
1 folder, 6 ff.
Previously referenced 54
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1737/28   1737-1738
plaintiff: William Wekett, cleric (rector of Brancepeth)
defendant: William Bellasyse of Brancepeth, County Durham, esq
recovery of Easter offerings, and tithes of pigeons, fruit, vegetables and herbs within Brancepeth, County Durham
Documents - libel and answers
1 folder, 5 ff.
Previously referenced 49
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1737/18: Weket v Bellasyse, 1737 - 1741 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1737/29   1737-1738
promoter: Peter Wilkinson of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
defendant: John Ferguson of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
defamation - roguery
Documents - articles, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1737/30   1737
promoter: Jane Wright of Darlington, County Durham, widow
defendant: George Appleby of Darlington, County Durham
confirmation of pew in Darlington, County Durham
proctor: Pye - prosecuting
Documents - assignment, allegation, answers and deposition
1 folder, 8 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1737/19: Wright v Appleby, 1737 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1738/1   1738-1739
plaintiffs: William Bates and Robert Curry of Wolsingham, County Durham
defendant: James Thompson of Wolsingham, County Durham
recovery of tithes of sheep within Wolsingham, County Durham
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 27 ff.
Previously referenced 54
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1739/17: Thompson v Bates (et al.), 1739 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1738/2   1738
promoter: Thomas Dunn of Sedgefield, County Durham
defendant: Jane Hardy of Sedgefield, County Durham, wife of Robert Hardy
defamation - roguery and theft
Documents - articles, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1738/3   1738
plaintiff: Hugh Farrington, cleric (rector of Elsdon)
defendant: Thomas Hall of Buriness, Elsdon, Northumberland, gent
recovery of tithes of oats within Elsdon, Northumberland
Document - sentence
1 folder, 2 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1736/6: Farrington v Hall, 1736 - 1738 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1738/4   1738
plaintiff: Ann Forster of Lanchester, County Durham, spinster
defendant: Jane Richardson of Lanchester, County Durham, wife of Thomas Richardson
defamation
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1738/5   1738-1739
plaintiff: William Fowler of Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham
defendants: Thomas Brown, Ann Brown (his wife), Jonathan Cooke, Thomas Cook, Lucy Cook, John Cook and Robert Cook
confirmation of pew in Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham
Document - depositions
1 folder, 10 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1738/6   1738
promoter: George Green
defendant: Michael Walker
relating to: will and goods of Robert Green (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will and exhibit inventory
Document - wrapper
Identification of cause uncertain: wrapper states “Walker against Green”, and is dated 1738. Details of probate cause by Green against Walker taken from act book, DDR vols. III/24.
1 folder, 1 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1738/4: Green v Walker, 1738 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1738/7   1738-1739
promoters: John Harrison and Elizabeth Harrison (his wife) of Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham
defendant: John Cock of Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham
confirmation of pew in Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham
proctors: Hutchinson - prosecuting; Wrangham - defending
Documents - allegations (one with certificate), answers and depositions
1 folder, 18 ff.
Previously referenced 20
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1738/8   1738
promoter: Thomas Mascall (Mascal), gent (sole executor and residuary legatee of deceased)
defendant: William Winshipp (Winship) of Chester-le-Street, County Durham (only surviving son and next of kin of deceased)
relating to: will of William Winshipp (Winship) of Chester-le-Street, County Durham, widower (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctor: Wheler - prosecuting
Documents - allegation, interrogatories, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 11 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1738/9   1738
promoter: Jane Moor of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland, wife of William Moor
defendant: Dorothy Tonstal (Tonstall) of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland, wife of Thomas Tonstal (Tonstall)
defamation - theft
Documents - articles, interrogatories, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 9 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1738/10   1738
promoter: Jonathan Punshon of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, merchant (brother of deceased)
defendants: John Punshon and Nicholas Punshon (brothers and joint executors of deceased)
relating to: will of Timothy Punshon of Earsdon, Northumberland, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctor: Hutchinson - defending
Documents - monition, allegation, interrogatories and depositions
1 folder, 8 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1738/11   1738-1739
promoter: James Robson of Simonburn, Northumberland
defendant: John Charlton of Simonburn, Northumberland
defamation - adultery/fornication
Documents - articles, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 8 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1738/12   1738
promoter: Frances Smelt of Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, wife of Thomas Smelt
defendant: Philip Wilkinson of Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham
defamation - whoredom
Documents - articles, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1738/13   1738
plaintiff: Peter Smith of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland
defendant: John (or William) Douglass (Douglas) of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland
defamation
Defendant is called “William” Douglas in the sentence, but “John” Douglass in the depositions, and also in the act book, DDR vols. III/24.
Documents - depositions and sentence
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1738/14   1738
plaintiff: Mary Spark of Morpeth, Northumberland, wife of Thomas Spark
defendant: George Knox of Morpeth, Northumberland
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1738/15   1738-1739
promoter: Jane Thompson of Tynemouth, Northumberland, wife of John Thompson
defendant: Charles Bart of Tynemouth, Northumberland
defamation - whoredom
Documents - articles, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1739/1   1739-1740
promoter: Anne Bailiff of Darlington, County Durham, spinster
defendants: Thomas Bailiff (Baley) (sole executor of deceased); Barbara Stokeld (n?Bell), wife of Nicholas Stokeld; Dorothy Green (n?Bell), wife of Thomas Green
relating to: will of Dorothy Dowell of Easington, County Durham, widow (deceased)
probate cause - to revoke probate and prove will
proctor: Pye - defending
Documents - release, depositions and allegation
1 folder, 18 ff.
Previously referenced 42 and 51
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1739/2: Bailiff v Bailiff (et al.), 1739 - 1740 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1739/2   1739-1740
promoter: William Brown of Morpeth, Northumberland
defendant: Hannah White of Morpeth, Northumberland, wife of Andrew White
defamation - roguery
Documents - articles, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 8 ff.
Previously referenced 20
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1739/3   1739
promoter: Richard Embleton of Stannington, Northumberland
defendant: William Heaton, the younger of Stannington, Northumberland
defamation - theft and cheating
Documents - articles and depositions
1 folder, 6 ff.
Previously referenced 20
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1739/4   1739-1740
promoter: Sarah Hall of Monk Hesleden, County Durham, spinster
defendant: Mary Harrison of Dean House, Easington, County Durham, wife of Richard Harrison
defamation - adultery/fornication
Documents - articles and depositions
1 folder, 11 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1739/10: Hall v Harrison, 1739 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1739/5   1739-1740
promoter: Robert Harl (Harle) of Monk Hesleden, County Durham
defendant: Mary Harrison of Dean House, Easington, County Durham, wife of Richard Harrison
defamation - adultery/fornication
Documents - articles, interrogatories, depositions and allegation
1 folder, 10 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1739/6   1739
promoter: William Heaton, the younger of Stannington, Northumberland
defendant: Richard Embleton of Stannington, Northumberland
defamation - roguery
Documents - articles and depositions
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1739/7   1739
plaintiff: William Hendry of Durham St Margaret, County Durham
defendants: Edward Miller, John Miller and Elizabeth Swalwell
confirmation of pew in Durham St Margaret, County Durham
Document - depositions
1 folder, 8 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1739/8   1739
promoter: William Penman of Mitford, Northumberland
defendant: Ralph Burn of Mitford, Northumberland
defamation - theft
Document - articles
1 folder, 2 ff.
Previously referenced 1
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1739/9   1739
plaintiff: Nicholas Ridley of Earsdon, Northumberland, gent
defendant: Thomas Hall of South Blyth, Earsdon, Northumberland
defamation - villainy
Documents - citation and libel
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1739/10   1739
plaintiff: George Smailes of Gainford, County Durham
defendant: Hannah Layburn of Gainford, County Durham, spinster
defamation - theft
Documents - libel and depositions
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1739/11   1739-1740
promoter: Hannah White of Morpeth, Northumberland, wife of Andrew White
defendant: William Brown of Morpeth, Northumberland
defamation - ruining her brother
Documents - articles and depositions
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1739/12   1739
promoter: Richard Wilkinson, gent
defendant: Richard Grievson
confirmation of pew in Aycliffe, County Durham
proctor: Pye - defending
Documents - allegation and sentence
1 folder, 4 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1739/20: Wilkinson v Grievson, 1739 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1740/1   1741
mere office case
defendant: Susannah Jefferson of Durham St Oswald, County Durham
correction for incest (and nullity of marriage)
Documents - articles, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 12 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1740/2   1740-1741
promoters: Anne Allan (sole executrix of deceased); after her death, Gawen Allen (her husband and administrator of her goods)
defendant: William Thompson (sole executor and residuary legatee of deceased)
relating to: will of Thomas Coar of South Shields St Hilda, County Durham (deceased)
probate cause - to revoke probate and prove will
proctors: Pye - prosecuting; Wheler - defending
Documents - allegations and depositions
2 folders, 34 ff.
Previously referenced 51
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1740/1: Allen v Thompson, 1740 - 1741 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1740/3   1740
plaintiff: James Baker, cleric (vicar of Stamfordham)
defendant: Joseph Bell of Stamfordham, Northumberland
recovery of tithes of hay within Ryal, Stamfordham, Northumberland
Document - libel
1 folder, 2 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1741/4: Baker v Bell, 1741 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1740/4   1740
plaintiff: James Baker, cleric (vicar of Stamfordham)
defendant: John Storey of Stamfordham, Northumberland
recovery of tithes of hay within Ryal, Stamfordham, Northumberland
Document - libel
1 folder, 2 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1741/7: Baker v Storey, 1741 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1740/5   1740
plaintiff: Thomas Bell of Belford, Northumberland
defendant: George Selby of Belford, Northumberland
recovery of tithes of hay within Ellick, Belford, Northumberland
Documents - libel and sentence
1 folder, 4 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1740/2: Bell v Selby, 1740 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1740/6   1740
plaintiff: Ann Elcoat of Bishop Auckland, Auckland St Andrew, County Durham, widow
defendant: Edward Palfrey of Auckland St Andrew, County Durham
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel, depositions, excommunication and sentence
1 folder, 8 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1740/7   1740-1741
plaintiff: John Gaddesh of Sedgefield, County Durham
defendant: Elizabeth Myers of Sedgefield, County Durham, wife of Robert Myers
defamation - roguery
Documents - libel and depositions
1 folder, 6 ff.
Previously referenced 49
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1740/8   1740
plaintiff: Elianor Jopling of Earsdon, Northumberland, wife of George Jopling
defendant: Jane Walker of Earsdon, Northumberland, wife of Robert Walker
defamation - whoredom
Document - sentence
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1740/9   1740-1741
promoter: William King (son of deceased)
defendant: Elizabeth Lindsey (formerly King), wife of William Lindsey (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Robert King of Chatton, Northumberland (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Wrangham - defending
Documents - inventory (with allegation), answers and depositions
1 folder, 14 ff.
Previously referenced 1
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1740/10   1740-1741
promoters: Anthony Law and Alice Heaviside, wife of Michael Heaviside (nephew and niece, and next of kin of deceased); also Catharine Clapper, spinster (executrix of deceased)
defendant: William Randolph, clerk (executor and universal legatee of deceased)
relating to: will of Robert Sitteran of Billingham, County Durham, bachelor (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will (Act book (and depositions) record Catharine Clapper as one of the promoters of the cause, against William Randolph. But the allegation (given in on behalf of William Randolph alone) records her as an additional defendant.)
proctor: Wrangham - defending
Documents - allegation and depositions
1 folder, 8 ff.
Previously referenced 51
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1740/10: Law (et al.) v Randolph, [1740 x 1741] (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1740/11   1740-1741
promoter: Andrew Logan, the younger (universal legatee of deceased)
defendant: Anne Harrison, wife of William Harrison
relating to: will of Robert Logan of South Shields St Hilda, County Durham (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
Documents - letters and depositions
1 folder, 8 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1740/12   1740
plaintiff: Elizabeth Marshall of Jarrow, County Durham, wife of John Marshall
defendant: Alice Spain of South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, wife of Stephen Spain
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel and depositions
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1740/13   1740
promoter: Peter Robinson of Durham City, County Durham, periwig maker (peruke maker) (nephew of deceased)
defendant: Ruth Robinson, widow (relict, residuary legatee and sole executrix of deceased)
relating to: will of Ralph Robinson of High Coniscliffe, Coniscliffe, County Durham, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctor: Wheler - defending
Documents - allegation, interrogatories and depositions
1 folder, 8 ff.
Previously referenced 36
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1740/14   1740
plaintiff: Ralph Shaw of Whittingham, Northumberland
defendant: William Snawdon of Ingram, Northumberland
defamation - cheating/theft
Document - sentence
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1740/15   1740
promoter: Eleanor Sheckleton (sole executrix of deceased)
defendant: Mary Douglass (sister of deceased)
relating to: will of Joseph Sheckleton of Bishop Auckland, Auckland St Andrew, County Durham (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
Document - depositions
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1740/16   1740
promoters: William Thompson, Joseph Langstaff and Richard Johnson
defendant: Margery Langstaff, widow (relict of deceased)
relating to: will of Jeremiah Langstaff of Gateshead, County Durham (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
Document - depositions
1 folder, 4 ff.
Too fragile to produce
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1740/15: Thompson (et al.) v [next of kin], 1740 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1740/17   1740
promoter: Richard Wright of Sedgefield, County Durham, gent
defendant: John Wooddifield of Sedgefield, County Durham, gent
confirmation of pew in Sedgefield, County Durham
Document - depositions
1 folder, 18 ff.
Previously referenced 20
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1740/17: Wright v Woodifeild, 1740 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1741/1   1741
mere office case
defendant: Robert Jefferson of Durham St Oswald, County Durham
correction for incest (and nullity of marriage)
Documents - depositions and sentences
1 folder, 7 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1741/3: office v Jefferson, [1741] (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1741/2   1741-1742
plaintiff: Edward Arthur of Kyloe, North Durham
defendant: William Henderson of Kyloe, North Durham
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 9 ff.
Previously referenced 54
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1741/3   1741
plaintiff: Isabel Bell of Trimdon, County Durham, wife of Cuthbert Bell
defendant: Martha Nelson of Trimdon, County Durham, wife of William Nelson
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel and depositions
1 folder, 6 ff.
Previously referenced 36
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1741/4   1741
promoter: Nicholas Burdon of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, gent
defendant: Thomas Smart of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, gent
confirmation of pew in South Shields St Hilda, County Durham
proctors: Pye - prosecuting; Wheler - defending
Documents - allegations, interrogatories and notes
1 folder, 14 ff.
Previously referenced 42
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1741/9: Burdon v Smart, 1741 - 1745 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1741/5   1741
plaintiff: Elizabeth Cooper of Morpeth, Northumberland, widow
defendant: Jane Moor of Morpeth, Northumberland, wife of John Moor
defamation - whoredom
Document - sentence
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1741/6   1741
plaintiff: Edward Copeland of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham
defendant: Mary Potts of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham
defamation - whoredom
Document - sentence
Sentence dated with day and month only (no year), but year confirmed from Consistory Court Act Book, ref. DDR vols. III/25.
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1741/7   1741
promoters: Elizabeth Etherington and Jane Etherington
defendants: Michael Hunt and Richard Middleton
confirmation of pew in Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1740/3: Etherington (et al.) v Hunt (et al.), 1740 - 1742 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1741/8   1741
plaintiff: Sarah Fareidge of Tynemouth, Northumberland, wife of George Fareidge
defendant: Lewis Ogle of Tynemouth, Northumberland
defamation - whoredom
Document - sentence
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1741/9   1741
plaintiff: Mary Potts of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, wife of William Potts
defendant: Edward Copeland of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 7 ff.
Previously referenced 36
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1741/10   1741
plaintiff: Ann Rogerson of Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham, wife of Robert Rogerson
defendant: Jane Carr of Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham, wife of Joseph Carr
defamation - whoredom
Document - sentence
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1741/11   1741-1744
promoter: Margaret Sheilds (Shields) of Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, wife of Micah Sheilds (niece, one of next of kin and universal legatee of deceased)
defendants: John Airey of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland (executor of deceased); later (after his death), Sarah Akenside (alias Airey) of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, wife of Thomas Akenside (executrix of John Airey)
relating to: will of Margaret Leighton of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland (deceased)
probate cause - to revoke probate and prove codicil
proctors: Pye and Wheler - prosecuting
Documents - allegation, interrogatories and depositions
1 folder, 30 ff.
Previously referenced 51
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1740/13: Sheilds v Airey, 1740 - 1742 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1741/12   1741
plaintiff: William Simcoe, cleric (vicar of Woodhorn)
defendants: John Langley, the elder, John Langley, the younger, Mark Bulmer, Francis Bulmer, Thomas Rowntree and Robert Davison of Hartlepool, County Durham
recovery of tithes of lobsters within Newbiggin, Woodhorn, Northumberland
Documents - sentence and act of court
1 folder, 30 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1739/14: Simcoe v Langly (et al.), 1739 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1741/13   1741-1743
plaintiff: Mary Smith of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland
defendant: Anne Lyon of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland, wife of John Lyon
defamation - whoredom
Documents - depositions and sentence
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1741/14   1741
promoter: Ralph Stobbs of Darlington, County Durham, gent
defendant: William Lambe of Gateshead, County Durham, cleric
relating to: will of John Lambe of Durham St Oswald, County Durham, esq (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctor: Braems Wheler - prosecuting
Documents - depositions, citation and affidavits
1 folder, 15 ff.
Previously referenced 51
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1739/16: Stobbs v Lambe, 1739 - 1740 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1741/15   1741
promoter: Robert Watson of Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham
defendant: Robert Meek of Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham
correction for fornication
Documents - articles and note
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1742/1   1742-1743
plaintiff: Barbara Bullock of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, wife of Joseph Bullock
defendant: Elizabeth Wilson of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, wife of Nicholas Wilson
defamation - adultery/fornication
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1742/2   1742
plaintiff: Midford Laidman of Morpeth, Northumberland
defendant: Thomas Davison of Morpeth, Northumberland
defamation - roguery
Documents - libel and deposition
1 folder, 4 ff.
Previously referenced 38
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1742/3   1742-1743
plaintiff: Susan (Susannah) Neston of Sunderland, County Durham, wife of John Neston
defendant: Alice Walton of Sunderland, County Durham, wife of Arthur Walton
defamation - whoredom
Documents - depositions and sentence
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1742/4   1742-1743
plaintiff: Elizabeth Pigg of Lamesley, County Durham, wife of Lancelot Pigg
defendant: Margaret Tate of Lamesley, County Durham, spinster
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1742/5   1742
plaintiff: Margaret Walker of Sunderland, County Durham
defendant: William Marshall of Sunderland, County Durham
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel and depositions
1 folder, 6 ff.
Previously referenced 38
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1743/1   1743
plaintiff: Elizabeth Allan of Alnwick, Northumberland, wife of Thomas Allan
defendant: Cuthbert Nicholson of Felton, Northumberland
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel and depositions
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1743/2   1743
plaintiff: Robert Armstrong of Whickham, County Durham
defendant: Jane Brewis of Whickham, County Durham, wife of Edward Brewis
defamation - roguery
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1743/3   1743
plaintiff: Matthew Bell of Belford, Northumberland
defendant: Elias Blairs of Belford, Northumberland
defamation - criminality
Documents - libel, depositions and note
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1743/4   1743
plaintiff: Robert Blakiston, cleric (vicar of Merrington)
defendant: John Richardby of Ferryhill, Merrington, County Durham
recovery of tithes of mustard within Merrington, County Durham
Document - sentence
1 folder, 1 f.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1741/8: Blakiston v Richardby, 1741 - 1743 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1743/5   1743
plaintiff: Jane Brewis of Swalwell, Whickham, County Durham, wife of Edward Brewis
defendant: Elizabeth Armstrong of Whickham, County Durham, wife of Robert Armstrong
defamation - drunkenness
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 8 ff.
Previously referenced 52
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1743/6   1743-1745
plaintiff: Robert Colling of Bishop Middleham, County Durham
defendant: George Sunton of Bishop Middleham, County Durham
defamation - roguery
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 7 ff.
Previously referenced 54
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1743/7   1743
plaintiff: Roger Nesbett of Alnwick, Northumberland
defendant: Alexander Weelands of Alnwick, Northumberland
defamation - roguery and villainy
Document - sentence
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1743/8   1743
promoters: John Pratt and Major Pratt (sons of deceased)
defendant: William Pratt (sole executor of deceased)
relating to: will of William Pratt of Warnton, Bamburgh, Northumberland, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctor: Wheler - defending
Documents - allegation, interrogatories and depositions
1 folder, 12 ff.
Previously referenced 54
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1743/7: Pratt v Pratt (et al.), 1743 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1743/9   1743
plaintiff: William Rippon of Dalton-le-Dale, County Durham
defendant: Peter Watson of Dalton-le-Dale, County Durham
defamation - roguery
Documents - libel and depositions
1 folder, 6 ff.
Previously referenced 38
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1743/10   1743
plaintiffs: George Wakefield and Jacob Gilhespy (joint executors of deceased)
defendants: Elizabeth Kitchingman, wife of William Kitchingman, and John Linton (next of kin of deceased)
relating to: will of Joan Brown of South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, widow (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
Document - sentence
1 folder, 2 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1743/13: Wakefield (et al.) v Kitchingman (et al.), 1743 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1743/11   1743
plaintiff: Elizabeth Wilson of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, wife of Nicholas Wilson
defendant: Barbara Bullock of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, wife of Joseph Bullock
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1744/1   1744
plaintiff: Elizabeth Armstrong of Whickham, County Durham, wife of Robert Armstrong
defendant: Jane Brewis of Whickham, County Durham, wife of Edward Brewis
defamation - drunkenness
Documents - libel and depositions
1 folder, 7 ff.
Previously referenced 49
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1745/1   1745
plaintiff: Anne Bowness now of Merrington, County Durham
defendant: John Bowness of Aycliffe, County Durham (her husband)
matrimonial cause - divorce for cruelty
proctor: Pye - prosecuting
Documents - libel and allegation
1 folder, 6 ff.
Previously referenced 57
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1745/5: Bowness v Bowness, 1745 - 1746 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1745/2   1745-1748
plaintiff: dean and chapter of Durham: Henry Bland (dean)
defendant: John Aukland of Monk Hesleden, County Durham
recovery of tithes of oats within Monk Hesleden, County Durham
Documents - libel and depositions
1 folder, 6 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1742/3: dean and chapter of Durham v Aukland, 1742 - 1748 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1745/3   1745-1748
plaintiff: dean and chapter of Durham: Henry Bland (dean)
defendant: George Featonby of Monk Hesleden, County Durham
recovery of tithes of wheat and peas within Monk Hesleden, County Durham
Documents - libel, notes and depositions
1 folder, 8 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1745/4   1745-1746
promoter: Jane Errington of Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham, wife of Thomas Errington
defendant: Thomas Gelson, the younger of Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham
defamation - theft
Documents - articles and sentence
Articles undated, but entries in act book suggest Trinity 1745
1 folder, 4 ff.
Previously referenced 35
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1745/5   1745
promoter: Jane Errington of Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham, wife of Thomas Errington
defendant: Mary Seales of Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham, wife of William Seales
defamation - theft
Document - depositions
1 folder, 4 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1746/1: Errington v Scales, 1746 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1745/6   1745-1746
plaintiff: Robert Greensitt of Chester-le-Street, County Durham
defendant: Margaret Robinson late of Chester-le-Street, County Durham, now of Kelloe, County Durham, spinster
defamation - roguery
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 8 ff.
Previously referenced 38
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1745/7   1745-1746
plaintiff: Ann Heaton of Monkwearmouth, County Durham, wife of George Heaton
defendant: Elizabeth Heaton of Monkwearmouth, County Durham, spinster
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 8 ff.
Previously referenced 35
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1745/8   1745-1746
plaintiff: Jane Hodgshon of Hamsterley, County Durham, wife of William Hodgshon
defendant: Thomas Ayre of Hamsterley, County Durham
defamation - adultery/fornication
Documents - libel, depositions and sentences
1 folder, 12 ff.
Previously referenced 38
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1745/9   1745-1746
promoter: Ann Hutton, minor (principal legatee of deceased), acting by her guardian, Francis Hutton, gent
defendant: John Jenison, esq (brother and next of kin of deceased)
relating to: will of Monica Jenison (Jennison) of Heighington, County Durham, spinster (deceased)
probate cause - to prove nuncupative will
proctor: Wrangham - defending
Documents - allegation and answers
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1745/10   1745
plaintiff: Margaret Marshall of Norham, North Durham, wife of William Marshall
defendant: Elizabeth Bolton of Norham, North Durham, wife of Ralph Bolton
defamation - adultery/fornication
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 6 ff.
Previously referenced 35
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1745/11   1745
promoter: Robert Robinson (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Elizabeth Brown, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of William Brown of Morpeth, Northumberland (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
Document - depositions
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1745/12   1745-1748
plaintiff: George Surtees of Ryton, County Durham, gent
defendant: Elizabeth Surtees (his wife)
matrimonial cause - divorce for cruelty and adultery
Document - depositions
1 folder, 30 ff.
Previously referenced 47
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1745/7: Surtees v Surtees, 1745 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1746/1   1746
plaintiff: Mary Armstrong of Haltwhistle, Northumberland, wife of Thomas Armstrong
defendant: Dorothy Dent of Haltwhistle, Northumberland, wife of John Dent
defamation - theft
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 8 ff.
Previously referenced 35
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1746/2   1746
promoter: Anne Atkin (sister of deceased)
defendants: Roger Burnett and Joseph Stephenson (executors of deceased)
relating to: will of Jane Stephenson of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, widow (deceased)
probate cause - disputed will
Document - depositions
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1746/3   1746
plaintiff: John Cock of Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham
defendant: Robert Dodds of Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham
defamation - roguery
Documents - libel and depositions
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1746/4   1746
plaintiff: Ann Mackeny of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland, spinster
defendant: Christopher Wilson of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel and depositions
1 folder, 6 ff.
Previously referenced 36
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1746/5   1746
plaintiff: George Potts of Trimdon, County Durham (nephew of deceased)
defendants: John Shipherd and Robert Davidson (executors of deceased)
relating to: will of Margery Davidson of Snapehouse, Alnwick, Northumberland, widow (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1746/6   1746-1747
plaintiff: Thomas Reed of Bamburgh, Northumberland
defendant: Thomas Young of Great Ryle, Whittingham, Northumberland
defamation - roguery
Documents - libel, interrogatories, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 9 ff.
Previously referenced 35
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1746/7   1746
plaintiff: George Smith of Trimdon, County Durham, gent
defendant: Isaac Steer of Durham St Margaret, County Durham
defamation - adultery/fornication
Document - depositions
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1746/8   1746
plaintiff: Margaret Sparrow of Barnard Castle, County Durham, widow
defendant: Henry Blenkinsop of Barnard Castle, County Durham
defamation - whoredom
Document - libel
1 folder, 2 ff.
Previously referenced 36
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1746/9   1746
plaintiff: Margaret Sparrow of Barnard Castle, County Durham, widow
defendant: Jane Blenkinsop of Barnard Castle, County Durham, wife of Henry Blenkinsop
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel and interrogatories
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1746/10   1746
plaintiffs: John Watson, James Ostens, John Harvey and Thomas Weatherburn
defendant: Daniel Craster of Embleton, Northumberland, gent
recovery of tithes of wheat, oats and barley within Dunston, Embleton, Northumberland
Document - sentence
1 folder, 2 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1740/16: Watson (et al.) v Craster, 1740 - 1745 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1747/1   1744, 1747
promoters: Robert Hall and William Davison (nephews and executors of deceased)
defendant: Mary Johnson, widow (executrix of deceased)
relating to: will of Mark Gofton of South Shields St Hilda, County Durham (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctor: Wrangham - defending
Documents - allegation, will (dated 1744), interrogatories and depositions
1 folder, 11 ff.
Previously referenced 36
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1748/1   1748-1751
promoters: chapelwardens of Barnard Castle, Gainford, County Durham: Gerrard Davis, Robert Blakelock, Henry Newby and George Warkup
defendant: Humphrey Hopper of Black Hedley, Shotley, Northumberland, gent
removal of tombstone (apparently following application by defendant for a faculty for the tombstone)
proctors: Salkeld Hutchinson - prosecuting; Braems Wheler and Timothy Wrangham - defending
Documents - citations, proxy, allegation, commission (to hear witnesses), interrogatories, depositions, answers and certificates (of viewing tombstone, and of hearing witnesses)
1 folder, 33 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1748/2   1748
promoter: Edward Bowey of Sunderland, County Durham, merchant
defendant: Stephen Carter of Sunderland, County Durham, joiner
defamation - roguery
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 7 ff.
Previously referenced 38
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1748/3   1748
promoter: Edward Bowey of Sunderland, County Durham, merchant
defendant: Mary Marshall, wife of William Marshall of Sunderland, County Durham, joiner
defamation - roguery
Documents - libel and depositions
1 folder, 6 ff.
Previously referenced 1
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1748/4   1748
plaintiff: Frances Green, wife of Henry Green of New Elvet, Durham St Oswald, County Durham, gent
defendant: James Debord of Willington, Brancepeth, County Durham
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel and depositions
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1748/5   1748
plaintiff: Henry Green of New Elvet, Durham St Oswald, County Durham, gent
defendant: James Debord of Willington, Brancepeth, County Durham
defamation - adultery/fornication
Documents - libel and depositions
1 folder, 6 ff.
Previously referenced 1
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1748/6   1748-1749
plaintiff: Margaret Horsley (Horseley) (sister and residuary legatee of deceased)
defendant: Elizabeth Snowdon (Snawdon, alias Horsley), wife of Luke Snawdon (sister of deceased)
relating to: will of William Horsley (Horseley) of Lynn Bridge, Alwinton and Holystone, Northumberland, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to prove nuncupative will
Documents - depositions and sentence
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1748/7   1748
plaintiff: Phoebe Lindsley of New Elvet, Durham St Oswald, County Durham, single woman
defendant: James Debord of Willington, Brancepeth, County Durham
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel and depositions
1 folder, 5 ff.
Previously referenced 9
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1748/8   1748-1749
plaintiff: William Mawde of Sunderland, County Durham
defendant: Katharine English of Easington, County Durham, wife of Matthew English
defamation - roguery (taken to Court of Pleas, Durham)
Documents - libel, depositions and prohibition (from Court of Pleas)
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1748/9   1748-1749
promoter: Thomas Ouston, cleric (vicar of Kirkharle, Northumberland)
defendant: Ralph Eden of South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, cleric
correction for solemnising clandestine marriage
Documents - articles, sentence and suspension
1 folder, 5 ff.
Previously referenced 35
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1748/10   1748
plaintiff: Ann Wharton of New Elvet, Durham St Oswald, County Durham, single woman
defendant: James Debord of Willington, Brancepeth, County Durham
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel and depositions
1 folder, 6 ff.
Previously referenced 1
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1748/11   1748
promoter: Richard Wilkinson (cousin and next of kin of deceased)
defendant: John Reed (sole executor and residuary legatee of deceased)
relating to: will of John Wilson of East Morton, Dalton-le-Dale, County Durham (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctor: Wheler - defending
Documents - allegation and depositions
1 folder, 8 ff.
Previously referenced 50
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1748/12   1748
promoter: George Woofe, cleric (vicar of Lesbury, executor and residuary legatee of deceased)
defendants: Elizabeth Miller and Mary Dawson (sisters of deceased)
relating to: will of Jane Lee of Embleton, Northumberland, widow (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
Document - depositions
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1749/1   1749
plaintiff: William Ayre (grandson of deceased)
defendant: Elizabeth Farrow, widow (daughter, sole executrix and residuary legatee of deceased)
relating to: will of Robert Ayre of Easington, County Durham (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
Document - sentence
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1749/2   1749-1751
plaintiff: Ann Laund (Launde) of Sunderland, County Durham, wife of Matthew Laund (Launde)
defendant: George Robson of Sunderland, County Durham
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1749/3   1749
plaintiffs: Mary Taylor, wife of Samuel Taylor, and Frances Hutchinson, wife of William Hutchinson (sisters of deceased)
defendant: William Shaftoe (executor of deceased)
relating to: will of Thomas Shaftoe of Colwell, Chollerton, Northumberland (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
Document - sentence
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1750/1   1750
plaintiff: Mary Anderson of Gateshead, County Durham, spinster
defendant: William Ridley of Gateshead, County Durham, excise officer
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel and depositions
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1750/2   1750-1752
plaintiff: William Bowser of Auckland St Andrew, County Durham, gent
defendant: Ralph Graham of Aycliffe, County Durham, yeoman
recovery of tithes of hay within Midridge, Auckland St Andrew, County Durham
proctor: Wheler - defending
Documents - libel, allegation, interrogatories, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 20 ff.
Previously referenced 52
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1750/3   1750-1753
promoters: Christopher Carr of Alnwick, Northumberland, gent; later, by Dorothy Selby (formerly Carr), wife of George Selby of Alnwick, Northumberland, gent (his late widow, relict, residuary legatee and executor)
defendant: Edward Grey of Alnwick, Northumberland, gent
confirmation of part of gallery in Alnwick, Northumberland
proctors: Wheler - prosecuting; Hutchinson - defending
Documents - affidavits and allegations
1 folder, 14 ff.
Previously referenced 38
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1750/4   1750
plaintiff: Francis Eden of Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham (sole executor of deceased)
defendant: Dorothy Greathead, wife of John Greathead (niece and next of kin of deceased)
relating to: will of Christopher Tweedy of Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, mariner (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
Document - sentence
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1750/5   1750-1753
plaintiff: William Lawson of Hart, County Durham, parish clerk
defendant: John Story (Storey) of Hart Warren, Hart, County Durham, yeoman
payment of parish clerk's dues
proctor: Wheler - defending
Documents - libel and allegations
1 folder, 6 ff.
Previously referenced 1
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1750/6   1750
plaintiff: Joseph Mills (son and sole executor of deceased)
defendant: Elizabeth Mills, infant (daughter of deceased), acting by her guardian, Elizabeth Mills, widow
relating to: will of William Mills of Millfield, Northumberland, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
Document - sentence
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1750/7   1750-1756
promoter: Ralph Paxton of Durham St Nicholas, County Durham, merchant
defendant: Ositha Wright of Durham St Nicholas, County Durham, widow
confirmation of pew in Durham St Nicholas, County Durham (taken to Court of Pleas, Durham)
proctors: Braems Wheler - prosecuting; Hutchinson - defending
Documents - citation, allegations, answers, depositions, act of court and prohibition (from Court of Pleas)
4 folders, 33 ff.
Previously referenced 35
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1750/8   1750-1751
plaintiff: Jacob Wright of Sunderland, County Durham
defendant: Thomasine Carter, wife of Stephen Carter of Sunderland, County Durham, joiner
defamation - adultery/fornication
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 26 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1751/1   1751-1758
promoters: Gerrard Atmar and (until 1756), John Atmar of Sunderland, County Durham
defendants: Henry Greatet of Sunderland, County Durham, master and mariner; later (after his death), Frances Greatet of Sunderland, County Durham, widow (his relict and administratrix)
confirmation of pew in Sunderland, County Durham
proctors: Wheler - prosecuting; Hutchinson - defending
Documents - allegations, interrogatories, depositions (one with copy from church register) and notes
1 folder, 36 ff.
Previously referenced 1
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1751/2   1751
plaintiff: Mary Ord of Billingham, County Durham, spinster
defendant: Bethlina Chapman of Billingham, County Durham, spinster
defamation - whoredom
Document - sentence
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1751/3   1751
promoter: William Ridley of Gateshead, County Durham, excise officer
defendant: Mary Anderson of , County Durham, spinster
correction for fornication
Documents - articles, interrogatories and depositions
1 folder, 7 ff.
Previously referenced 52
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1752/1   1752-1755
plaintiff: George Cuthbertson of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, esq
defendant: Nicholas Brown of Bolton, Edlingham, Northumberland, esq
recovery of tithes of oats within Bolton Moor, Bolton, Edlingham, Northumberland
proctors: Wheler - prosecuting; Hutchinson - defending
Documents - libel, allegation, answers and acts of court
1 folder, 9 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1752/2   1752
promoter: Elizabeth Dunn, wife of Martin Dunn of Bishop Auckland, Auckland St Andrew, County Durham, apothecary, gent (sister of deceased)
defendant: Mark Wensley of Darlington, County Durham (brother, sole executor and residuary legatee of deceased)
relating to: will of George Wensley of Darlington, County Durham, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctor: Hutchinson - defending
Documents - allegation, interrogatories and depositions
1 folder, 10 ff.
Previously referenced 35
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1752/3   1752-1753
plaintiff: Jane Hutchinson of Chester-le-Street, County Durham, spinster
defendant: Anthony Allinson of Chester-le-Street, County Durham, yeoman
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel (with promoter's bond and note) and depositions
1 folder, 7 ff.
Previously referenced 38
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1752/4   1752
plaintiff: Samuel Low, esq
defendant: Elizabeth Low (his wife)
unknown cause (cause from London courts, examined at York)
Parties may be identified the wrong way round
Documents - wrapper and certificate (from York, of examining witnesses, on letters of request from London)
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1752/5   1752-1757
promoters: Robert Richardson of Wolviston, Billingham, County Durham, mariner, and George Richardson of Sunderland, County Durham, mariner; later also William Richardson
defendant: Thomas Bailiff of Easington, County Durham
confirmation of pew in Easington, County Durham
proctors: Hutchinson - prosecuting; Wheler - defending
Documents - allegations, answers, depositions and act of court
1 folder, 20 ff.
Previously referenced 20
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1754/3: Richardson (et al.) v Bailiff, 1754 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1752/6   1752
plaintiff: Frances Robinson of Durham St Oswald, County Durham, wife of [Ge]orge Robinson
defendant: Margaret Streaker, wife of Nicholas Streaker of Durham St Oswald, County Durham, cordwainer
defamation - whoredom
Document - sentence
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1752/7   1752-1753
plaintiff: Elizabeth Watson of Earsdon, County Durham, spinsterby July 1753, known as Elizabeth Dexter, wife of James Dexter of Earsdon, County Durham, mariner
defendant: Margaret Seabourn, wife of Robert Seabourn of Earsdon, County Durham, yeoman
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 7 ff.
Previously referenced 35
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1752/8   1752-1753
plaintiff: Elizabeth White, wife of John White of North Biddick, Washington, County Durham, joiner
defendant: John Holmes of Chester-le-Street, County Durham
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel and depositions
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1753/1   1753-1754
promoter: James Allan of Darlington, County Durham, gent
defendants: Mary Appleby, Jane Appleby and Ann Appleby now of London, spinsters; William Ridsdale, Richard Brown, Robert Hunter and Margaret Robinson of Darlington, County Durham (their tenants)
confirmation of pew in Darlington, County Durham
proctors: Salkeld Hutchinson - prosecuting; Braems Wheler - defending
Documents - label, proxies, release and allegation
1 folder, 9 ff.
Previously referenced 46
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1753/2   1753
plaintiffs: churchwardens of Holy Island, North Durham: Thomas Watson, Thomas Morton, David Markwell and Henry Fullerton
defendant: John Strangeways of Cheswick, Ancroft, Holy Island, North Durham, esq
recovery of church rates
Document - answers
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1753/3   1753-1754
promoters: Dorothy Ord of Sedgefield, County Durham, widow, relict and administratrix of Ralph Ord of Durham City, Durham, butcher, deceased, and John Hutchinson of Sedgefield, County Durham (her tenant)
defendant: Ralph Ord of Hob House, Elwick Hall, County Durham, and Philip Laws of Sedgefield, County Durham (his tenant)
confirmation of pew in Sedgefield, County Durham (appealed to York)
proctors: Wheler - prosecuting; Bowlby - defending
Documents - label, citation, allegations, act of court (draft), monition (to transmit documents to York, on appeal) and notes
1 folder, 12 ff.
Previously referenced 53
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1754/2: Ord (et al.) v Ord (et al.), [1754] (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1753/4   1753-1754
plaintiff: George Smith of Burnhall, Durham St Oswald, County Durham, esq
defendant: George Wailes of Bywell St Peter, Northumberland, yeoman
recovery of tithes of calves within Bywell St Peter, Northumberland
proctor: Hutchinson - defending
Documents - libel, answers and allegation
1 folder, 8 ff.
Previously referenced 52
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1753/5   1753
plaintiff: Ann Stringer, wife of John Stringer of Lamesley, County Durham, pitman
defendant: Mary Chapman, wife of William Chapman of Lamesley, County Durham, pitman
defamation - perjury
Documents - libel, interrogatories, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 7 ff.
Previously referenced 35
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1753/6   1753
plaintiff: Richard Wallis of Row House, Kirkhaugh, Northumberland, yeoman
defendant: John Salkeld of Far Town (or House) Farm, Kirkhaugh, Northumberland, yeoman
recovery of tithes of barley and oats within Kirkhaugh, Northumberland
Document - libel
1 folder, 2 ff.
Previously referenced 36
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1754/1   1754
plaintiff: Jonas Pearson of Sunderland, County Durham, trimmer
defendant: Henry Tate of Sunderland, County Durham, trimmer
defamation - theft
Document - libel
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1754/2   1754
plaintiff: Mary Ridley of Wolsingham, County Durham, spinster
defendant: Hendry Hopper of Wolsingham, County Durham, gent
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel, interrogatories and depositions
1 folder, 8 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1755/1   1755
plaintiff: William Crosier of Lane House, Ponteland (Pont Island), Northumberland, yeoman
defendant: Ann Potter of Clifton Lane, Stannington, Northumberland, wife of George Potter, yeoman
defamation - theft
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 8 ff.
Previously referenced 36
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1755/2   1755-1756
plaintiff: Ralph Fenwick
defendant: Robert Courser
defamation - roguery and villainy
Documents - sentence, interrogatories and depositions
Sentence dated 6 May 1755, but depositions dated 22 October 1756
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1755/3   1755-1756
plaintiff: Jane Hodgson of Sedgefield, County Durham, spinster
defendant: William Todd of Sedgefield, County Durham, mason
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel, interrogatories and depositions
1 folder, 7 ff.
Previously referenced 52
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1755/4   1755
plaintiff: Jane Moody of Sunderland, County Durham, wife of William Moody, mariner
defendant: Elizabeth Sanderson of Sunderland, County Durham, wife of Robert Sanderson, mariner
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel, interrogatories and depositions
1 folder, 8 ff.
Previously referenced 54
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1755/7: Moody v Sanderson, 1755 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1755/5   1755
plaintiffs: James Nicholson and William Nicholson (legatees of deceased)
defendant: William Bolton of Norham, North Durham (one of the executors of deceased)
relating to: will of Margaret Mather of Norham, North Durham, widow (deceased)
probate cause - recovery of legacy
Document - libels
Libels undated, but see act book, DDR/vol.III/25, for 30 May 1755, 17 October 1755 et seq.
1 folder, 4 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1755/8: Nicholson (et al.) v Bolton, 1755 - 1756 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1755/6   1755-1756
plaintiff: William Rippon of Biggen, Lanchester, County Durham, yeoman
defendant: William Adey of Lanchester, County Durham, cleric
defamation (Taken to Court of Pleas, Durham)
Documents - libel, interrogatories, depositions and prohibition (from Court of Pleas)
1 folder, 11 ff.
Previously referenced 9
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1755/7   1755
plaintiff: Alexander Robson (brother of deceased)
defendant: [next of kin of deceased]
relating to: will of John Robson (deceased)
probate cause (details of cause uncertain)
Document - depositions
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1755/8   1755-1757
promoter: Jonathan Sparke, mercer, and George Scurfield of Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, merchant (his tenant)
defendants: Frances Smelt, widow of Thomas Smelt of Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, apothecary, deceased
confirmation of pew in Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham
proctors: Wheler - prosecuting; Hutchinson - defending
Documents - allegations, answers and depositions
1 folder, 18 ff.
Previously referenced 1
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1756/1   1756-1757
plaintiff: Elizabeth Bell, wife of George Bell of Longnewton, County Durham, yeoman
defendant: Anne Steel, wife of Richard Steel of Longnewton, County Durham, butcher
defamation - adultery/fornication
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 7 ff.
Previously referenced 52
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1756/2   1747, 1756-1759
promoter: Barbara Bentley of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham
defendants: William Brown and Dorothy Brown (his wife) of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham; William Chapman and Isabella Chapman (his wife) of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, mariner
confirmation of pew in South Shields St Hilda, County Durham
proctor: Bowlby - defending
Documents - allegation (with certificate of gift of pew, 1747) and depositions
1 folder, 21 ff.
Previously referenced 20
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1756/3   1756
plaintiff: William Brown of Tuddoe, Brancepeth, County Durham, yeoman
defendant: Elizabeth Clarke, wife of William Clarke of Ferryhill, Merrington, County Durham, yeoman
defamation - theft
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 7 ff.
Previously referenced 38
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1756/4   1756
promoter: Peter Fyers of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Helen Buck, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Job Buck of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, mariner (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: Bowlby - prosecuting; Hutchinson - defending
Documents - allegations and inventory
1 folder, 5 ff.
Previously referenced 9
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1756/5   1756
plaintiff: James Graham of Embleton, Northumberland, yeoman
defendant: George Turner of Embleton, Northumberland, yeoman
defamation - roguery and theft
Documents - libel, interrogatories and depositions
1 folder, 7 ff.
Previously referenced 35
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1756/6   1756-1757
promoter: Thomas Grainge of Wolviston, County Durham, merchant, gent
defendants: Hutton Rowe, gent; William Chilton (his tenant) of Wolviston, County Durham
confirmation of pew in Wolviston, County Durham
Document - depositions
1 folder, 16 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1755/6: Grainge v Rowe (et al.), 1755 - 1756 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1756/7   1756
promoter: Nathaniel Green of Preston, Tynemouth, Northumberland, gent
defendants: Ann Forster, widow, relict of Robert Forster of Tynemouth, Northumberland, master and mariner, deceased, and (after her death) Ann Potter (n?Forster), wife of Thomas Potter, surgeon, and Mary Fall (n?Forster) of Tynemouth, Northumberland, wife of William Fall, master and mariner (daughters of Ann Forster, deceased)
confirmation of pew in Tynemouth, Northumberland
proctor: Hutchinson - prosecuting
Documents - answers and allegation
1 folder, 3 ff.
One allegation is fragile and unfit for production
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1756/8   1756-1757
plaintiff: Dorothy Shevil of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, wife of James Shevil
defendant: Elizabeth Reah of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, wife of John Reah
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 7 ff.
Previously referenced 49
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1756/9   1756-1757
plaintiff: Rachael Smith of Alston, Cumberland, wife of George Smith, blacksmith
defendant: John Whitfield of Alston, Cumberland
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 7 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1757/12: Smith v Whitfield, 1757 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1756/10   1756-1757
plaintiff: Dorothy Wilkinson, wife of Thomas Wilkinson of Sunderland, County Durham, keelman
defendant: Dorothy Horden, wife of Edward Horden of Sunderland, County Durham, mariner
defamation
proctor: Bowlby - defending
Documents - libel (with parish register extract), depositions and sentence
1 folder, 7 ff.
Previously referenced 52
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1757/1   1757
plaintiff: Daniel Baptist of Holy Island, North Durham, yeoman
defendant: Alice Stamp, wife of Richard Stamp of Holy Island, North Durham, yeoman
defamation - roguery
Document - sentence
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1757/2   1757
plaintiff: Edward Bell of Harper Town, Lamley, Northumberland, weaver
defendant: Sarah Strite of Horse Close, Haltwhistle, Northumberland
defamation - theft
Document - sentence
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1757/3   1757
plaintiff: Frances Bowey (alias Proctor) of Ryton, County Durham, widow (daughter and legatee of deceased)
defendant: John Proctor of Upper Dean Bridge, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland (son and executor of deceased)
relating to: will of William Proctor of Sunniside, Whickham, County Durham (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will (suppressed by defendant)
Document - sentence
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1757/4   1757
plaintiff: Peter Bowlby, proctor (Consistory court)
defendant: William Bolton of Norham, Norham, North Durham
recovery of fees
Document - libel and (with bill of costs)
Bill of costs from legacy cause promoted by William Nicholson against William Bolton, 1755-1757
1 folder, 3 ff.
Previously referenced 30
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1757/5   1757
promoter: Edward Dodd of Stamfordham, Northumberland (nephew of deceased)
defendant: William Charlton (Charleton) of Lee Hall, Northumberland, and Edward Charlton (Charleton) (joint executors and residuary legatees of deceased)
relating to: will of Ralph Dunn of Kirkfield, Simonburn, Northumberland, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctors: Hutchinson - prosecuting; Wheler - defending
Documents - allegation, interrogatories and depositions
1 folder, 10 ff.
Previously referenced 20
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1757/6   1757
plaintiff: George Fairlam of Hare Law, Lanchester, County Durham, yeoman
defendant: Matthew Cartington of Lanchester, County Durham, yeoman
defamation - roguery
Documents - deposition and bill of costs (part only, torn)
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1757/7   1757
plaintiff: John Gagnier, cleric (vicar of Stranton)
defendant: William Watson of Stranton, County Durham, yeoman
recovery of tithes of potatoes within Stranton, County Durham
proctors: Braems Wheler - prosecuting; Bowlby - defending
Documents - allegation (with tender to end suit) and depositions
1 folder, 10 ff.
Previously referenced 49
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1757/7: Gagnier v Watson, 1757 - 1758 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1757/8   1757
plaintiff: John Gardner of Longhoughton, Northumberland, yeoman
defendant: Mary Wilson of Embleton, County Durham, spinster
defamation - theft
Document - sentence
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1757/9   1757
plaintiff: Jane Hodgson of Sedgefield, County Durham, spinster
defendant: John Snaith of Sedgefield, County Durham, butcher
defamation - whoredom
Document - sentence
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1757/10   1757
plaintiff: Thomas Hopper of Durham St Nicholas, County Durham, merchant
defendant: Henry Green of Durham St Oswald, County Durham, innkeeper
defamation - perjury and roguery
Document - libel
1 folder, 2 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1757/8: Hopper v Green, 1757 - 1758 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1757/11   1757
plaintiff: John Leathart of Haltwhistle, Northumberland, yeoman
defendant: John Hall of Haltwhistle, Northumberland, miller
defamation - roguery etc
Documents - libel and depositions
1 folder, 7 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1757/9: Leathart v Hall, 1757 - 1758 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1757/12   1757
promoter: Ann Pearson, widow (relict of deceased)
defendant: George Reah (executor of deceased)
relating to: will of Thomas Pearson of Durham St Giles, County Durham, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
Documents - inventory (with account, of Abraham Stout of Durham City, butcher, administrator of deceased) and bill of costs
1 folder, 6 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1755/9: Pearson v Reay, 1755 - 1756 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1757/13   1757-1759
plaintiff: Thomasine Pescot of Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland, widow
defendant: Dorothy Shevill of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, wife of James Shevill
defamation
proctors: Hutchinson - prosecuting; Bowlby - defending
Documents - allegations (one with affidavit relating to death of Ralph Pescod of Wapping St John, London, husband of plaintiff), answers and depositions
1 folder, 15 ff.
Previously referenced 1
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1757/10: Pescod v Shevill, 1757 - 1763 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1757/14   1757
promoter: Christopher Russell of Gateshead, County Durham (principal creditor of deceased)
defendant: Elianor Alnwick, widow (relict and sole executrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Matthew Alnwick of Gateshead, County Durham, skinner, glover (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: Hutchinson - prosecuting; Bowlby - defending
Documents - inventory (with allegation), allegation and answers
1 folder, 6 ff.
Previously referenced 52
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1758/7: Russell v Alnwick, 1758 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1757/15   1757
plaintiff: George Spearman of Bishop Middleham, County Durham, esq
defendant: Lancelot Bulman of Bishop Middleham, County Durham, yeoman
defamation - roguery etc
Document - sentence
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1757/16(ii)   1757-1758
promoter: Calverley Bewick, esq (third cousin and next of kin of deceased)
defendants: Thomas Tyndall (Tindall), HM procurator general, esq; Robert Stote, son and administrator of Richard Stote, deceased (cousin and next of kin of deceased)
relating to: will of The Hon Dorothy Windsor of Hanover Square St George, Middlesex, widow (deceased)
probate cause (Cause from Prerogative Court of Canterbury: witnesses heard at Durham consistory court)
Follows (after death of Richard Stote) cause (from PCC) promoted by Richard Stote against Thomas Tyndall (see part one)
proctors: Begg, substituted in Durham by Braems Wheler - prosecuting; Stephens (proctor of Robert Stote), substituted in Durham by Salkeld Hutchinson - defending
Documents - certificates (of hearing witnesses), acts of court (drafts and notes etc) and depositions
(see part one)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1757/16(i)   1757-1758
promoter: Richard Stote (cousin and next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Thomas Tyndall (Tindall), HM procurator general, esq
relating to: will of The Hon Dorothy Windsor of Hanover Square St George, Middlesex, widow (deceased)
probate cause (Cause from Prerogative Court of Canterbury: witnesses heard at Durham consistory court)
Subsequently, cause (from PCC) promoted by Calverley Bewick, esq, against both parties (see part two)
proctors: John Stevens, substituted in Durham by Salkeld Hutchinson - prosecuting; Braems Wheler - defending
Documents - certificates (of hearing witnesses), acts of court (drafts and notes etc) and depositions
1 folder, 50 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1757/17   1757-1758
plaintiff: George Westgarth of Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland, butcher
defendant: Bartholomew Gee of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, butcher
defamation - roguery
Documents - depositions and sentence
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1758/1   1758-1760
promoter: Philip Bendlowes of Haughton le Skerne, County Durham, esq
defendants: rector and churchwardens of Haughton le Skerne, County Durham: Henry Thorpe, cleric (rector), and Richard Border, Thomas Catrick, Charles Colling and John Lamb (churchwardens)
confirmation of pew in Haughton le Skerne, County Durham
proctors: Braems Wheler - prosecuting; Peter Bowlby - defending
Documents - citation, allegations (one with bill for repairs to church, 1758), answers, proxy and depositions
6 folders, 122 ff.
Previously referenced 2
See note of Exchequer case, Henry Thorpe against Philip Bendlowes, 1762, concerning tithes, in Fordyce, W., The history and antiquities of the County Palatine of Durham , 2 vols (Newcastle upon Tyne, 1857), vol I, p 518
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1759/2: Bendlowes v Thorpe (et al.), 1759 - 1761 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1758/2   1755-1759
plaintiff: Peter Bowlby, proctor (Consistory court)
defendant: Peter Fyers (Fyars) of Berwick-upon-Tweed, County Durham, gent (burgess of Berwick)
recovery of fees
Documents - label, libel, bill of costs (for 1755-1757), answers and allegation (with letters dated 1755-1757)
1 folder, 19 ff.
Previously referenced 5
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1757/4: Bowlby v Fyers, 1757 - 1761 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1758/3   1758-1759
plaintiff: Robert Claugham of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland
defendant: Dorothy Shevill of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, wife of James Shevill
defamation - roguery, theft, whoredom
proctor: Bowlby - defending
Documents - libel, depositions and allegation (with excommunication from separate cause, 1758)
Excommunication from defamation cause, taken by defendant against Ann Wilkinson, wife of Richard Wilkinson of Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, pitman
1 folder, 10 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1758/1: Claugham v Shevill, 1758 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1758/4   1758-1759
promoter: Mary Fairlamb, widow (sister of deceased), and Thomas Henderson and Henry Henderson (half brothers of deceased)
defendant: Barbara Henderson, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Henderson of Thropton, Rothbury, Northumberland, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Hutchinson - defending
Documents - inventory, will (drafts, dated 1857) and depositions
1 folder, 13 ff.
Previously referenced 9
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1758/4: Henderson v Henderson (et al.), 1758 - 1759 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1758/5   1758
promoters: Margaret Goodfellow (n?Craigs), wife of Archibald Goodfellow; Janet (alias Jane) Mitchell (alias Mitchelson, n?Craigs), wife of Thomas Mitchell (alias Mitchelson) (eldest daughters and legatees of deceased)
defendant: Elianor Hall (n?Craigs), wife of Parcivall Hall (youngest daughter, sole executrix and residuary legatee of deceased)
relating to: will of Robert Craigs of Newburn, Northumberland, pedlar (deceased)
probate cause - to prove testamentary schedule
proctor: Wheler - defending
Documents - allegation, will (draft, dated 1857) and depositions
1 folder, 11 ff.
Previously referenced 20
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1758/6   1758-1759
plaintiff: Mary Harrison of Chester-le-Street, County Durham, wife of Robert Harrison
defendant: Margaret Younger of Chester-le-Street, County Durham, wife of Thomas Younger
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 7 ff.
Previously referenced 9
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1758/7   1758
plaintiff: Hendry Hopper of Wolsingham, County Durham, gent
defendant: Adam Gofton of Wolsingham, County Durham, tallow chandler
defamation - theft
Documents - libel and depositions
1 folder, 4 ff.
Previously referenced 52
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1758/8   1758
plaintiff: Jane Horn of Framwelgate, Durham St Margaret, County Durham, wife of Thomas Horn
defendant: Mary Hills of Framwelgate, Durham St Margaret, County Durham, wife of Joseph Hills
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel and depositions
1 folder, 6 ff.
Previously referenced 54
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1758/5: Horn v Hills, 1758 - 1759 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1758/9   1758-1759
plaintiff: Dorothy Hugall of Sunderland, County Durham, wife of Edward Hugall
defendant: Sarah Shepherd of Sunderland, County Durham, wife of James Shepherd
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel and depositions
1 folder, 5 ff.
Previously referenced 52
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1758/10   1758-1759
plaintiff: Richard Renny of Durham St Giles, County Durham, mason
defendant: Mary Walton of Durham St Giles, County Durham, wife of John Walton, shoemaker
defamation - theft
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1758/11   1758-1759
plaintiff: John Robinson of Eglingham, Northumberland, yeoman
defendant: Matthew Laidler of Eglingham, Northumberland, yeoman
defamation - theft
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 6 ff.
Previously referenced 9
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1758/12   1758-1759
plaintiff: Dorothy Shevill (Shevil) of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, wife of James Shevill (Shevil)
defendant: Robert Claugham of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland
defamation - whoredom and theft
proctor: Bowlby - defending
Documents - libel, bond (of promoter) and depositions
1 folder, 8 ff.
Previously referenced 54
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1758/8: Shevill v Claugham, 1758 - 1759 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1758/13   1758-1759
plaintiff: Edward Tindall of Fenwick, Kyloe, North Durham, gent
defendant: William Hindmerch (alias Hindmarsh) of Kyloe, North Durham, yeoman
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel and citation
1 folder, 4 ff.
Previously referenced 49
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1759/1   1759
plaintiff: Mary Anderson, wife of John Anderson of Morton Hill, Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham, joiner
defendant: John Liddell of Segg Letch, Newbottle, Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham, yeoman
defamation - whoredom
Document - libel
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1759/2   1759
plaintiff: Robert Davison, cleric (perpetual curate of Croxdale)
defendant: William Foreman (alias Farmen) of Sunderland Bridge, Croxdale, County Durham
recovery of tithes of lambs and wool within Sunderland Bridge, Croxdale, County Durham
Document - libel
1 folder, 2 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1759/3: Davison v Foreman, 1759 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1759/3   1759
promoter: Joshua Douglas, esq
defendants: Elizabeth Spearman (widow and relict of deceased) and Ann Walker (executrices of deceased)
relating to: goods of George Spearman of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Hutchinson - defending
Document - citation
1 folder, 4 ff.
Previously referenced 54
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1759/4   1759-1761
plaintiff: John Edwards of Monkwearmouth, County Durham
defendant: Elizabeth Brown of Monkwearmouth, County Durham
defamation - adultery/fornication
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 10 ff.
Previously referenced 54
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1759/5   1759-1761
plaintiff: Sir Bellingham Graham, baronet
defendant: William Potts of Lentronside, Alwinton and Holystone (Hallystone), Northumberland
recovery of tithes and customary offerings within Alwinton and Holystone (Hallystone), Northumberland
Documents - libel, commission, answers, allegation and notes
1 folder, 16 ff.
Previously referenced 54
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1759/6   1759
promoter: Richard Hayton of Darlington, County Durham (brother and sole executor of deceased)
defendant: next of kin of deceased
relating to: will of John Hayton of Darlington, County Durham, tailor/mantuamaker (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctor: Bowlby - prosecuting
Documents - allegation (with will, dated 1758) and depositions
1 folder, 8 ff.
Previously referenced 54
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1758/3: Hayton v next of kin, 1758 - 1759 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1759/7   1759-1763
promoter: John Hunter of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, merchant, then by Margaret Hunter of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, widow (his relict and sole executrix)
defendant: Thomas Hunter of Tynemouth, Northumberland, gent
confirmation of pew in Tynemouth, Northumberland
proctors: Braems Wheler - prosecuting; Bowlby - defending
Documents - citation, allegations (one with copy parish register extracts), answers and depositions
1 folder, 22 ff.
Previously referenced 8
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1759/8   1759
promoter: Ann Lister, wife of William Lister of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, master and mariner (sister and sole executrix of deceased)
defendant: Robert Stote (eldest brother and one of next of kin of deceased)
relating to: will of Thomas Stote of Hedworth, Jarrow, County Durham, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctor: Wheler - prosecuting
Documents - allegation, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 9 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1759/9   1759
plaintiff: Mary Paul of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, wife of John Paul
defendant: Edward Davies of Tynemouth, Northumberland
defamation - whoredom
Document - libel
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1759/10   1759
promoter: Thomas Reah, Mary Harrison, widow, Ann Pattison, wife of Thomas Pattison, Mary Hunter, wife of John Hunter, Mary Kirton, wife of Thomas Kirton, Jane Thompson, wife of John Thompson, and Dorothy Weaver (next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Robert Paxton of Wolviston, County Durham (sole executor of deceased)
relating to: will of Mary Reah of Wolviston, County Durham, spinster (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctor: Hutchinson - defending
Documents - condidit, interrogatories and depositions
1 folder, 10 ff.
Previously referenced 52
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1759/6: Reah (et al.) v Paxton, 1759 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1759/11   1759
plaintiff: Hannah Smith of Darlington, County Durham, wife of William Smith
defendant: Margaret Hodgson of Darlington, County Durham, wife of William Hodgson
defamation - whoredom
Document - libel
1 folder, 2 ff.
Previously referenced 9
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1759/12   1759
plaintiff: Eleanor Young, wife of Thomas Young of Sunderland, County Durham, tailor
defendant: Mary Burn of Sunderland, County Durham, wife of James Burn
defamation - whoredom
Document - depositions
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1760/1   1760-1762
promoter: Richard Bell of Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland, master and mariner
defendants: chapelwardens of Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland: Matthew Laidler, Thomas Harle, Walter Hick and Ralph Cook, subsequently William Watson, Thomas Johnson, Robert Shevill and John Chapman, and subsequently Robert Shevill, Martin Fenwick, Edward Cowling and John Gale
confirmation of burial place, Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland
proctors: Wheler - prosecuting; Bowlby - defending
Documents - label and allegations
Date of one allegation (23 April 1762) confirmed from act book, DDR/vol.III/26
1 folder, 13 ff.
Previously referenced 32
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1760/3: Bell v chapelwardens, 1760 - 1762 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1760/2   1760-1762
promoter: John Coxon of Sunderland, County Durham (eldest son and sole executor of deceased)
defendants: John Stephenson (Stevenson) and Ann Stephenson (Stevenson, n?Coxon) (his wife) (one of the daughters of deceased)
relating to: will of Elizabeth Coxon of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, widow (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctors: Braems Wheler, substituted in Winchester by George Wood and Thomas Binsteed, the younger - prosecuting; Peter Bowlby, substituted in Winchester by Charles Knott - defending
Documents - allegations, affidavit, interrogatories, depositions and substitutions of proxies
1 folder, 24ff.
Previously referenced 9
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1760/6: Coxon v Stephenson (et al.), 1760 - 1762 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1760/3   1760
plaintiff: Ralph Davison of Sunderland, County Durham
defendant: Elizabeth Wilson of Sunderland, County Durham, wife of Thomas Wilson
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel, interrogatories and depositions
1 folder, 6 ff.
Previously referenced 54
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1760/4   1760
promoter: Cuthbert Ellison of Durham St Oswald, County Durham, esq, eldest son and heir of deceased; also William Ellison of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, alderman, deceased (late husband of deceased)
defendants: Susanna Swinburn, wife of Robert Swinburn, cleric, Isabella Wren, Barbara Ellison and Jane Ellison (daughters, residuary legatees and executrices of deceased)
relating to: will of Cecily Ellison of Hebburn, Jarrow, County Durham, widow (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctor: Wheler - defending
Documents - allegation, interrogatories, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 13 ff.
Previously referenced 49
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1760/8: Ellison v Swinburne (et al.), 1760 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1760/5   1760
plaintiff: George Frances of Sunderland, County Durham, anchor-smith
defendant: Elizabeth Wilson of Sunderland, County Durham, wife of Thomas Wilson
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel, interrogatories and depositions
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1760/6   1749, 1760-1764
promoter: William Hodgson of Bishop Auckland, Auckland St Andrew, County Durham, gent
defendants: Thomas Walton and Ann Walton (his wife); Joseph Douglas, gent; Jane Douglas, spinster
confirmation of pew in Auckland St Andrew, County Durham
proctors: Braems Wheler - prosecuting; Bowlby - defending
Documents - wrapper, citation, allegations (one with memorandum of agreement to sell property, dated 1748/9), answers, depositions and notes
3 folders, 107 ff.
Previously referenced 17
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1760/9: Hodgson v Walton (et al.), 1760 - 1765 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1760/7   1724, 1760-1763
promoter: Anthony Isaacson of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, esq
defendants: chapelwardens of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland: Robert Milbourn, William Williamson, Robert Rich and John Spark (Sparke)
confirmation of pew in Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland
proctors: Wheler - prosecuting; Bowlby - defending
Documents - allegations (one with faculty to erect pew from consistory court, dated 1724), depositions, answers and sentence (with draft)
1 folder, 32 ff.
Previously referenced 31
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1759/4: Isaacson v chapelwardens, 1759 - 1763 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1760/8   1760-1761
plaintiff: Catharine Milbourn of Swalwell, Whickham, County Durham, spinster
defendant: Mary Kirkup of Ryton, County Durham, wife of Benjamin Kirkup
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 8 ff.
Previously referenced 54
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1760/9   1760
promoter: Margaret Pattison (n?Nicholson), wife of John Pattison (niece, one of next of kin and residuary legatee of deceased)
defendant: [next of kin of deceased]
relating to: will of Barbara Smith formerly of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, late of Gateshead, County Durham, widow (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctor: Wheler - prosecuting
Documents - allegation, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 10 ff.
Previously referenced 20
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1760/10   [1760]
promoter: Joseph Preston (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Elizabeth Judson, widow (executrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Thomas Readman (Redmon) of Bishopton, County Durham (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
Date of document and details of promoter taken from act book (DDR/vol.III/26): inventory exhibited in court on 5 December 1760
Document - inventory
1 folder, 2 ff.
Previously referenced 54
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1760/11   1760-1761
plaintiff: Thomas Rand of Alnwick, Northumberland, yeoman
defendant: George Marr of Alnwick, Northumberland, yeoman
defamation - roguery/theft
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 6 ff.
Previously referenced 49
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1760/12   1760
plaintiff: George Spearman, esq
defendant: John Cummin
recovery of tithes within Bishop Middleham, County Durham
proctor: Bowlby - defending
Document - allegation
1 folder, 2 ff.
Previously referenced 38
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1759/8: Spearman v Cummin, 1759 - 1760 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1760/13   1760-1761
plaintiff: George Spearman of Bishop Middleham, County Durham, esq
defendant: Thomas Todd of Bishop Middleham, County Durham, yeoman
defamation - roguery
Documents - libels and depositions
1 folder, 6 ff.
Previously referenced 9
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1760/14   1760
plaintiff: Anne Todd of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, wife of John Todd
defendant: Jane Stubles (Stubbles) of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, wife of George Stubles
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel and depositions
1 folder, 6 ff.
Previously referenced 49
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1760/15   1760
promoters: William Todd (son of deceased) and Thomas Wilson (joint executors of deceased)
defendant: Elizabeth Todd of Monkwearmouth Shore, Monkwearmouth, County Durham, widow (relict of deceased)
relating to: will of William Todd of Monkwearmouth Shore, Monkwearmouth, County Durham, shipwright (deceased)
probate cause - to prove testamentary schedule (will burnt by defendant)
Document - depositions
1 folder, 13 ff.
Previously referenced 8
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1760/13: Todd (et al.) v Todd, 1760 - 1762 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1760/16   1760
plaintiff: Henry Wilson of Newbottle, Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham
defendant: John Snowdon of Newbottle, Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham
defamation - theft
Document - depositions
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1761/1   1761
mere office case
defendant: George Dixon of Thorp, Grindon, County Durham
relating to: will of William Dixon of Norton, County Durham (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will, previously concealed by defendant
proctor: Bowlby - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1761/2   1761
promoter: Francis Dawson of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland (eldest son and heir and devisee of deceased)
defendant: next of kin of deceased
relating to: will of Michael Dawson of Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland, tanner (deceased)
probate cause - to revoke probate (previously granted to Frances Dawson, widow of deceased), and to prove new will
proctor: Bowlby - prosecuting
Documents - citation, allegation and depositions
1 folder, 7 ff.
Previously referenced 49
Previously referenced 65
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1761/3   1761
promoters: Henry Forster of Sunderland, County Durham; Elizabeth Fletcher of Sedgefield, County Durham, wife of John Fletcher; Margaret Dunn of Hartlepool, County Durham, wife of William Dunn; Mary Gallon of Sheraton, County Durham, wife of John Gallon (grandchildren and next of kin of deceased)
defendant: John Stratford late of Sheraton, County Durham, now of Monkwearmouth, County Durham, attorney at law (late), riding officer (Customs), gent
relating to: will of John Stratford, the elder of Sheraton Hill Top, Monk Hesleden, County Durham, gent (deceased)
correction for concealing will
proctor: Braems Wheler - prosecuting
Documents - letter, citation, articles and bond (of promoters)
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1761/4   1761
plaintiff: William Grainger of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham
defendant: Sarah Gaskett (alias Gasken) of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham
defamation - cheating and roguery
Document - sentence
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1761/5   1761-1763
promoter: Alice Grieve, spinster (niece and legatee of deceased)
defendant: George Dixon of Thorpe Thewles, County Durham, gent (brother of deceased)
relating to: goods of William Dixon of Thorpe Thewles, County Durham, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to revoke probate and prove codicil
proctor: Bowlby - prosecuting
Documents - citations, allegation, interrogatories, depositions, answers and sentence
1 folder, 25 ff.
Previously referenced 13
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1761/6   1761-1762
plaintiff: Jane James of Sunderland, County Durham, wife of William James
defendant: Hannah Sanders (alias Alexanders) of Sunderland, County Durham, spinster
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel and depositions
1 folder, 8 ff.
Previously referenced 34
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1760/10: James v Saunders, 1760 - 1763 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1761/7   1761-1763
plaintiff: Jane James of Sunderland, County Durham, wife of William James
defendant: Mary Sanders (Saunders, alias Alexanders) of Sunderland, County Durham, widow
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 8 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1760/11: James v Saunders, 1760 - 1763 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1761/8   1761
promoter: John Lumley of Corbridge, Northumberland (eldest son and heir of deceased)
defendant: Thomas Lumley of Corbridge, Northumberland (surviving executor of deceased)
relating to: will and goods of Ralph Lumley of Corbridge, Northumberland, mason (deceased)
probate cause - to revoke probate and grant admon
proctor: Bowlby - defending
Documents - allegations, interrogatories, depositions and affidavit
1 folder, 17 ff.
Previously referenced 38
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1761/9   1761
promoter: Thomas Ridley of Chester-le-Street, County Durham, gent
defendant: Edward Barrass of Chester-le-Street, County Durham, yeoman
correction for teaching school without a licence
Document - depositions
1 folder, 3 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1761/3: Ridley v Barrass, 1761 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1761/10   1761
promoter: Thomas Ridley of Chester-le-Street, County Durham, schoolmaster, gent
defendant: John Buddles of Chester-le-Street, County Durham, yeoman
correction for teaching school without a licence, Chester-le-Street, County Durham
Documents - articles and depositions
1 folder, 6 ff.
Previously referenced 1
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1761/4: Ridley v Buddles, 1761 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1761/11   1761
plaintiff: Mary Walker of Chester-le-Street, County Durham, spinster
defendant: Thomas Ellet of Chester-le-Street, County Durham, cordwainer
defamation - whoredom
Document - libel
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1761/12   1761
promoter: Richard Walton, Christopher Dobinson (Dobbinson), Dorothy Robson, wife of Thomas Robson, and Margaret Rayne, wife of John Rayne (cousins and four of next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Mary Blackett of Staindrop, County Durham, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Michael Blackett of Staindrop, County Durham (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Bowlby - prosecuting
Documents - allegations and depositions
1 folder, 22 ff.
Previously referenced 38
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1760/14: Walton (et al.) v Blackett, 1760 - 1762 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1762/1   1762-1763
Label headed “56”, with partial list at foot (noting cause papers that carry the number “56” marked on them)
1 f.
Previously referenced 56
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1762/2   1762
plaintiff: Charles Bewick of Sunderland, County Durham
defendant: Thomas Hall of Sunderland, County Durham
defamation - roguery
Identified as a separate cause from 1762/3 (Charles Bewick the younger against Thomas Hall), from act book, DDR/vol.III/26
Document - libel
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1762/3   1762
plaintiff: Charles Bewick, the younger of Sunderland, County Durham
defendant: Thomas Hall of Sunderland, County Durham
defamation - roguery
Identified as a separate cause from 1762/2 (Charles Bewick against Thomas Hall), from act book, DDR/vol.III/26
Document - libel
1 folder, 2 ff.
Previously referenced 56
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1762/4   1762
plaintiff: Thomas Dockwray, cleric (vicar of Stamfordham)
defendant: Joseph Bell of Stamfordham, Northumberland
recovery of tithes of lambs within Stamfordham, Northumberland
Document - libel
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1762/5   1762
plaintiff: Thomas Elias of St John's Chapel-in-Weardale, Stanhope, County Durham
defendant: Thomas Bowes of Burtreeford, Stanhope, County Durham
defamation - roguery
Document - deposition
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1762/6   1762-1765
promoters: Nicholas Fairless and John Fairless, gentlemen (younger sons of deceased)
defendant: Edward Fairless of Monkton, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, gent (eldest son, one of the executors and universal legatee of deceased)
relating to: goods of Sarah Fairless of Monkton, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, widow (deceased)
probate cause - to grant admon (appealed to York; also office cause promoted by Edward Fairless against William Kent of Newcastle, gent (granted admon of deceased, pending result of cause), to exhibit inventory)
proctors: Peter Bowlby - prosecuting; Braems Wheler - defending
Documents - label, citations, allegations (one with testamentary schedule and draft will), grant of admon (to William Kent, while cause in dispute), interrogatories, depositions, answers, monition (to transmit documents to York, on appeal) and remission York back to Durham), inventory (with allegation) and notes
Also separate bundle of copy documents, sent to York on appeal, with certificate from Durham
1 box (4 folders and 1 bundle), 589 ff.
Previously referenced 48
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1762/2: Fairless (et al.) v Fairless, 1762 - 1764 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1762/7   1762
plaintiff: George Fenwick of Lambton Hall, Chester-le-Street, County Durham
defendant: Cornelius Bentham of Chester-le-Street, County Durham, surgeon
defamation - roguery
Document - libel
1 folder, 2 ff.
Previously referenced 39
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1762/8   1757, 1762-1766
promoter: Alice Gainford of New Elvet, Durham St Oswald, County Durham, wife of Thomas Gainford, mason, executrix of Margaret Steadman, spinster, deceased (daughter of deceased)
defendants: Margaret Steadman of Gainford, County Durham, widow (relict and sole executrix of deceased); later (after her death) George Fleatham of Darlington, County Durham, carrier (sole executrix of Margaret Steadman, defendant)
relating to: goods of William Steadman of Gainford, County Durham, woolcomber, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: Bowlby - prosecuting; Hutchinson and Wheler - defending
Documents - citations, allegations, answers, depositions, affidavit (of George Fleatham) and note
Affidavit includes will of Francis Steadman, formerly of Gainford, later of Mitcham, Surrey, and then of Newington Butts St Mary, Surrey, groom (son of Margaret Steadman, defendant), and also a letter relating to his debts after his death, both dated 1757.
1 folder, 26 ff.
Previously referenced 4
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1762/9   1762
plaintiff: Mary Gibson of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, spinster
defendant: Margaret Hudson of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, wife of Benjamin Hudson, mariner
defamation - whoredom
Document - libel
1 folder, 2 ff.
Previously referenced 56
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1762/10   1762-1763
plaintiff: James Gray of Bill Key, Jarrow, County Durham
defendant: William Fenwick, the elder of Bill Key, Jarrow, County Durham
defamation - roguery
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 12 ff.
Previously referenced 56
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1762/11   1762
plaintiff: Wilfred Lawson, cleric (vicar of Warkworth)
defendant: Alexander Jackson of Warkworth, Northumberland, gardener
recovery of tithes
proctor: Braems Wheler - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1762/12   1762-1765
promoter: Ann Ovington of Hart, County Durham (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Elianor Catcheside, wife of John Catcheside of Chester-le-Street, County Durham (sister of deceased)
relating to: goods of William Sober of Sherburn, Pittington, County Durham, gent (deceased), concerns goods left unadministered by Isabell Sober of Sherburn, Pittington, County Durham, deceased (while living, sole executrix of deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory (appealed to York)
proctors: Bowlby - prosecuting; Wheler - defending
Documents - label, citations, allegations, depositions, acts of court, monition (to transmit documents to York, on appeal) and notes
1 folder, 25 ff.
Previously referenced 16
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1764/12: Ovington v Catchside, 1764 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1762/13   1762-1763
promoter: William Robinson and Elizabeth Crow, wife of William Crow
defendants: William Hall and William Musgrave (executors of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Robinson of Darlington, County Durham, weaver (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Hutchinson - defending
Documents - inventories (with allegations), affidavit and wrapper
1 folder, 9 ff.
Previously referenced 34
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1762/14   1762
plaintiff: Isabell Stammers of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland, widow
defendant: Ann Wray of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland, wife of George Wray
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel and depositions
1 folder, 5 ff.
Previously referenced 19
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1762/15   1762
plaintiff: Thomas Young of Sunderland, County Durham, tailor
defendant: Michael Atis (Atys) of Sunderland, County Durham, periwig maker
defamation - keeping a bawdy house
Documents - depositions and sentence
1 folder, 3 ff.
Previously referenced 7
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1763/1   1763-1765
promoter: Sarah Brown, spinster and Thomas Thompson and John Turnbull of Durham St Giles, County Durham (her tenants)
defendant: Thomas Atkinson of Durham St Giles, County Durham
confirmation of pew in Durham St Giles, County Durham
proctors: Salkeld Hutchinson - prosecuting; Bowlby - defending
Documents - citation, allegations, answers, interrogatories, depositions, notes and letter
3 folders, 63 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1763/2   1763
promoter: Thomas Dunn of Durham City, County Durham, alderman (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Elizabeth Hopper, wife of Hendry Hopper of Wolsingham, County Durham, gent (daughter and only acting executor of deceased)
relating to: goods of Ositha Whitfield of Wolsingham, County Durham, widow (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: Bowlby - prosecuting; Hutchinson - defending
Documents - citation, inventory (with allegation), affidavit, allegation and answers
1 folder, 14 ff.
Previously referenced 34
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1763/2: Dunn v Hopper, 1763 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1763/3   1763-1764
plaintiff: Elizabeth Huntley of Thorp Bulmer, Hart, County Durham, widow
defendants: late churchwardens of Hart, County Durham: John Ovington and Samuel Ather
correction for subtraction of church rate, Hart, County Durham (appeal from archdeacon's court, subsequently appealed to York)
Documents - certificate (from archdeacon, enclosing acts of court in cause before archdeacon's court) and allegation (before York court, on appeal)
1 folder, 15 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1763/4: Huntley v Dickens (et al.), 1763 - 1766 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1763/4   1763
plaintiff: Sarah Kirton of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, wife of William Kirton
defendant: Joseph Coldwell of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland
defamation - whoredom
Document - depositions
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1763/5   1763
promoter: Francis Sharp (executor of deceased)
defendants: William Rowell, Robert Rowell and Thomas Rowell (brothers of deceased)
relating to: will of Barbara Rowell of Heighley, Mitford, Northumberland, spinster (deceased)
probate cause - to prove nuncupative will
proctor: Hutchinson - prosecuting
Document - allegation (with memorandum of will, dated 1762)#
1 folder, 3 ff.
Previously referenced 56
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1763/6   1763-1764
plaintiff: Margaret Sinclair of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland, wife of Kennet Sinclair
defendant: Ann Johnson of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland, wife of John Johnson
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 8 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1763/7   1763-1764
plaintiff: Margaret Sinclair of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland, wife of Kennet Sinclair
defendant: John Johnson of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 8 ff.
Previously referenced 19
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1763/8   1763-1764
promoters: Mary Smith, wife of William Smith, Elizabeth Reed, wife of Thomas Reed, and Dorothy Clark, wife of Ralph Clark (daughters and three of next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Rowland Lumley of Glororam, Stanley Hall, County Durham, yeoman, and George Rippon of Shieldraw, County Durham, yeoman (joint executors of deceased)
relating to: will and goods of William Rippon of Biggen, Lanchester, County Durham, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to revoke probate and re-grant admon
proctor: Bowlby - defending
Documents - allegation, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 8 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1763/9   1763
promoters: Ralph Sowerby, George Colpitts, Thomas Rawling and Thomas Blackett (surviving executors of deceased)
defendant: John Leaton of Marley Hill, Whickham, County Durham, gent, husband and administrator of Elizabeth Leaton, deceased (while living, daughter and administrator of deceased)
relating to: will and goods of Thomas Rawling of Whickham, County Durham, widower (deceased)
probate cause - to revoke admon and re-grant probate, and to exhibit inventory
proctor: Hutchinson - prosecuting
Documents - allegation and sentence
1 folder, 8 ff.
Previously referenced 39
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1761/5: Sowerby (et al.) v Leaton, 1761 - 1763 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1763/10   1763
plaintiff: Joseph Stagg of Sunderland, County Durham
defendant: George Mann of Seaham, County Durham
defamation - roguery
Documents - depositions and sentence
1 folder, 6 ff.
Previously referenced 39
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1763/11   1763-1764
plaintiff: Henry Storey of Rothbury, Northumberland
defendant: William Gardiner of Rothbury, Northumberland
defamation - theft (taken to Court of Pleas, Durham)
Documents - libel, depositions and prohibition (from Court of Pleas, Durham)
1 folder, 6 ff.
Previously referenced 39
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1763/12   1763-1764
plaintiff: James Thompson, cleric (vicar of Bishop Middleham)
defendant: John Sharp of Bishop Middleham, County Durham, yeoman
recovery of tithes of wool and lambs, and Easter offerings within Bishop Middleham, County Durham
proctors: Braems Wheler - prosecuting; Bowlby - defending
Documents - citations, libel, allegation and answers
1 folder, 11 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1763/13   1763-1764
plaintiff: Stephen Walton of Hart, County Durham, yeoman
defendants: Samuel Dickens of The College, County Durham, cleric (archdeacon of Durham); Salkeld Hutchinson of Lygate, Durham City, County Durham, notary public, gent (necessary promoter of archdeacon's office)
correction for fornication (on appeal from the archdeacon's court; subsequently appealed to York)
proctors: Peter Bowlby - prosecuting; Braems Wheler - defending
Documents - appeals (from archdeacon's court), libel, proxy, allegation and allegation (on appeal to York)
1 folder, 13 ff.
Previously referenced 40
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1763/8: Walton v Dickens (et al.), 1763 - 1765 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1763/14   1763
plaintiff: John Wheeler, cleric (curate of Durham St Margaret)
defendant: Adam Hopkirk of Framwelgate, Durham St Margaret, County Durham, gardener
recovery of tithes of fruit and vegetables within Durham St Margaret, County Durham
Document - libel
1 folder, 2 ff.
Previously referenced 8
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1763/9: Wheeler v Hobkirk, 1763 - 1764 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1763/15   1764
plaintiff: Elizabeth White of North Biddick, Washington, County Durham, wife of John White
defendant: William Henderson, the younger of Washington, County Durham
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 8 ff.
Previously referenced 19
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1764/1   1764
plaintiff: Ann Allison, wife of William Allison of Sunderland, County Durham, barber
defendant: Robert Nicholls of Sunderland, County Durham, surgeon
defamation - adultery/fornication
Document - libel
1 folder, 2 ff.
Previously referenced 21
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1764/2: Allison v Nicholls, 1764 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1764/2   1764
plaintiff: John Bell of Auckland St Helen, County Durham
defendant: Ann Rowell of Staindrop, County Durham, wife of Thomas Rowell
defamation - whoredom
Document - libel
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1764/3   1764
promoter: Ann Brown of Warden, Northumberland, wife of William Brown (daughter of deceased)
defendant: Ann Daglish (formerly Gibson) of West Acomb, St John Lee, Yorkshire, wife of Thomas Daglish (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Errington Gibson of Fourstones, Warden, Northumberland (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Hutchinson - prosecuting
Document - allegation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1764/4   1764
plaintiff: Elizabeth Carr of Gateshead, County Durham, wife of Robert Carr
defendant: Sarah Bee of Gateshead, County Durham, spinster
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel, interrogatories and depositions
1 folder, 5 ff.
Previously referenced 7
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1764/5   1764
promoter: Tristram Collins of Wolsingham, County Durham (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Thomas Bird of Glassonby, Addington, Cumberland (only acting executor of deceased)
relating to: goods of Thomas Stephenson of Nentsberry (or Mentsberry), Alston, Cumberland, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Hutchinson - defending
Document - inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1764/6   1764
plaintiff: Henrietta Douglass of Witton Hall, Witton-le-Wear, County Durham, widow
defendant: William Forster of Bitchburn, Witton-le-Wear, County Durham, yeoman
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 6 ff.
Previously referenced 39
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1764/7   1764-1765
plaintiffs: mayor, aldermen and commonalty of the City of Durham and Framwelgate
defendant: Frances Ellison, wife of Cuthbert Ellison of New Elvet, Durham St Oswald, County Durham, esq
intrusion into pew in Durham St Nicholas, County Durham (appealed to York)
proctor: Peter Bowlby - prosecuting
Documents - proxy, citations, libel and remission (from York back to Durham, after appeal)
1 folder, 9 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1764/6: mayor, aldermen and commonalty of the City of Durham and Framwelgate (et al.) v Ellison, 1764 - 1765 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1764/8   1764
plaintiff: Deborah Forrest of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, wife of John Forrest
defendant: Margaret Gibson of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, wife of James Gibson
defamation - cheating
Document - libel
1 folder, 2 ff.
Previously referenced 39
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1764/9   1764
promoters: Burnet Roger Grieve (for use of Burnet Grieve, a minor, his nephew) and Henry Elyard of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
defendant: minister and parishioners of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
confirmation of pew in Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
proctor: Bowlby - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1764/10   1764
plaintiff: William Henderson, the younger of Washington, County Durham
defendant: Elizabeth White of Washington, County Durham, wife of John White
defamation - roguery
Documents - depositions and sentence
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1764/11   1764
promoter: Robert Lowes of Hexham, Northumberland, gent (creditor of deceased)
defendant: next of kin of deceased
relating to: goods of Gregor Milbourn of Hollinghead, Bellingham, Northumberland, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to grant admon
proctor: Bowlby - prosecuting
Document - monition
1 folder, 1 f.
unfit for production
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1764/12   1764
plaintiff: Ann Mackey of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, widow (niece, next of kin and administratrix of deceased)
defendant: next of kin of deceased
relating to: will of Alexander Colvin of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, cobbler (deceased)
probate cause - to prove nuncupative will
proctor: Bowlby - prosecuting
Documents - label, condidit, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 11 ff.
Previously referenced 3
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1764/11: Mackey v next of kin, 1764 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1764/13   1764-1765
plaintiff: archdeacon of Northumberland and George Wood (his necessary promoter)
defendant: John Charlton
correction for fornication (cause in Archdeacon's, not Consistory, court - jurisdiction of Archdeacon's court disputed)
Documents - label, penance, letters (copies), acts of court (from Archdeacon's court), citations, articles (with presentment by churchwardens), excommunication, absolution, certificate (from archdeacon, enclosing documents for Consistory court) and act court
The documents are mainly copies of documents and acts from the Archdeacon's court, submitted to the Consistory court with a certificate from the archdeacon, petitioning that the Consistory court should request the Crown's officers to imprison the defendant. See act of court at end of folder.
1 folder, 27 ff.
Previously referenced 29
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1764/1: office v Charlton, 1764 - 1765 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1764/14   1764
promoter: George Pattison (legatee of deceased)
defendant: Robert Wilson, gent (administrator of deceased)
relating to: goods of Joseph Campion of Carlton, Redmarshall, County Durham, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Wheler - defending
Documents - allegation and inventory
1 folder, 6 ff.
Previously referenced 51
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1764/15   1764
promoter: Joshua Reed of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland, yeoman
defendant: Ann Kirkup of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland, wife of J. Kirkup
defamation
Document - excommunication
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1764/16   1764
promoter: William Scurfield of Sunderland, County Durham, gent, James Donnison of Sunderland, County Durham, gent, James Kirkley and Thomas Alder of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham (tenants of William Scurfield and James Donnison), and Teasdale Mowbray of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, esq (and his tenants)
defendant: George Longstaffe of Low Ford Hall (or manor house of Low Ford), Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, gent
confirmation of pew in Bishopwearmouth, County Durham
proctor: Wheler - defending
Document - allegation
1 folder, 3 ff.
Previously referenced 8
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1763/7: Scurfield (et al.) v Longstaff, 1763 - 1765 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1764/17   1749, 1764-1767
plaintiffs: John Snawdon (Snowdon) and Thomas Snawdon (Snowdon) of Fawdon, Ingram, Northumberland
defendant: Major Dickinson of Brandon White House, Eglingham, Northumberland, husbandman
recovery of tithes of lambs and wool within Ilderton, Northumberland
proctors: Braems Wheler - prosecuting; George Wood - defending
Documents - citation, libel, answers, allegations (one with lease dated 1749), interrogatories, depositions and consent (to pay portion of tithes)
3 folders, 49 ff.
Previously referenced 24
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1764/18   1764-1765
plaintiff: Isabel Stenton, wife of George Stenton of Easington, County Durham, cordwainer
defendant: Ralph Thompson of Easington, County Durham, grocer, clothier
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel, interrogatories, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 10 ff.
Previously referenced 34
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1764/13: Stenton v Thompson, 1764 - 1765 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1764/19   1764
plaintiff: Ann Watson of Durham St Nicholas, County Durham, widow
defendant: Jane Banks of Durham St Nicholas, County Durham, wife of Richard Banks
defamation
Documents - libel and depositions
1 folder, 6 ff.
Previously referenced 19
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1764/20   1764
promoter: Elizabeth Watson (sister of deceased)
defendant: Mary Locksmith, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of William Locksmith of Monkwearmouth, County Durham, master mariner (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Wheler - defending
Documents - label, inventory and account (with allegation)
1 folder, 4 ff.
Previously referenced 57
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1764/21   1764
plaintiff: James Watson of Chester-le-Street, County Durham, yeoman
defendant: John Nicholson of Chester-le-Street, County Durham, blacksmith
defamation - roguery
Documents - depositions and sentence
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1764/22   1764
plaintiff: Ann Wilkinson, widow (only sister, next of kin and creditrix of deceased)
defendants: Margaret Beadnell and rest of next of kin of deceased, widow (relict of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Beadnell of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland, surgeon (deceased)
probate cause - to grant admon
proctor: Bowlby - prosecuting
Document - monition
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1765/1   1765-1766
promoter: William Allan (Allen) of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland (principal creditor of deceased)
defendant: Mary Laidler, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Thomas Laidler of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: Hutchinson - prosecuting; Bowlby - defending
Documents - inventory (with allegation) and allegation
1 folder, 8 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1765/2: Allan v Laidler, 1765 - 1766 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1765/2   1765-1766
plaintiff: Jane Allison (formerly Spence)
defendant: Charles Allison (her husband) of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, master and mariner, gent
matrimonial cause - divorce for cruelty (Compare later cause for restitution of conjugal rights.)
proctor: Bowlby - prosecuting
Documents - libel, allegations, answers, citations, interrogatories and depositions
1 folder, 26 ff.
Previously referenced 50
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1765/3: Allison v Allison, 1765 - 1769 (date of cause)
See also DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1768/2
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1765/3   1765
promoter: George Cook of Bolam, Northumberland (son of deceased)
defendant: John Cook (eldest son of deceased)
relating to: goods of Samuel Cook of Bolam, Northumberland (deceased)
probate cause - to grant admon
proctors: Wheler - prosecuting; Hutchinson - defending
Document - allegations
1 folder, 4 ff.
Previously referenced 39
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1765/4   1765
promoter: George Coser of Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham
defendant: all and singular
confirmation of pew in Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham
proctor: Braems Wheler - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
Previously referenced 76
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1765/5   1765
promoter: Mark Douglass of Chester-le-Street, County Durham, pitman
defendant: Joseph Bell of Chester-le-Street, County Durham, pitman
defamation
proctor: Salkeld Hutchinson - prosecuting
Document - excommunication
of Christopher Charlton of Chester-le-Street, for not giving evidence
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1765/6   1765
plaintiff: Dorothy Forster of Durham St Oswald, County Durham, spinster, daughter, one of next of kin and administratrix of William Forster, cleric, deceased (late vicar of Durham St Oswald)
defendant: Anthony Hall of Durham St Nicholas, County Durham, esq
recovery of tithes of wheat, rye and oats within Broom (or Broomhall), Durham St Oswald, County Durham
Document - libel
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1765/7   1765
promoters: Thomas Hall and Sarah Hall (his wife) of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland
defendant: Catherine Hamilton, widow, William Hutchinson and Elizabeth Hutchinson (his wife) of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland
confirmation of pew in Tynemouth, Northumberland
proctor: Wheler - defending
Document - allegation
1 folder, 4 ff.
Previously referenced 21
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1765/8   1765
plaintiff: John Hopper of Stanhope, County Durham, merchant
defendant: Jane Skelton, wife of Robert Skelton of Stanhope, County Durham, yeoman
defamation - roguery etc
Documents - citation, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 8 ff.
Previously referenced 21
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1765/9   1765
plaintiff: John Hopper of Stanhope, County Durham, merchant
defendant: Robert Skelton of Stanhope, County Durham, yeoman
defamation - roguery etc
Documents - citation, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 8 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1765/10   1765
promoter: George Humble of Birtley, Chester-le-Street, County Durham, gent (principal creditor of deceased)
defendant: next of kin of deceased
relating to: goods of Lancelot Hutchinson of Chester-le-Street, County Durham, merchant (deceased)
probate cause - to grant admon
proctor: Salkeld Hutchinson - prosecuting
Document - monition
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1765/11   1765
promoter: William Jobson (principal creditor of deceased)
defendant: Thomasine Walker (formerly Carr), wife of William Walker (relict and executrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Thomas Carr of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Wheler - defending
Documents - inventory and allegation
1 folder, 4 ff.
Previously referenced 19
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1765/12   1765-1766
promoter: Thomas Johnson of Wolsingham, County Durham, surgeon (nephew of deceased)
defendant: Stephen Johnson of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, butcher (brother and administrator of deceased)
relating to: goods of James Johnson of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland, tailor (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: Bowlby - prosecuting; Hutchinson - defending
Documents - citation, allegation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 9 ff.
Previously referenced 50
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1765/7: Johnson v Johnson, 1765 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1765/13   1765
plaintiff: Nicholas Lowes of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham
defendant: Mary Grey of Sunderland, County Durham, wife of Thomas Grey
defamation - roguery
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 8 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1765/14   1765-1766
plaintiff: James Snowdon, cleric (vicar of Ponteland)
defendant: John Bell of Kirkley Thorn, Ponteland, Northumberland, farmer, yeoman
recovery of tithes of feeding of oxen within Ponteland, Northumberland (taken to court at Westminster)
proctors: Braems Wheler - prosecuting; Bowlby - defending
Documents - citation, libel, allegation, answers, act of court (from Westminster court, concerning writ of prohibition) and writ (from Westminster court, of consultation)
1 folder, 10 ff.
Previously referenced 4
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1765/15   [1765]
promoter: William Spearman, esq
defendant: all and singular
confirmation of pew in Durham St Margaret, County Durham
Date confirmed from Act Book, ref. III/26.
Document - citation (draft)
1 folder, 1 f.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1765/9: Spearman v Kidson (et al.), 1765 - 1768 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1765/16   1765
plaintiff: James Storey of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, shipwright
defendant: Deborah Murray, wife of Robert Murray of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, master and mariner
defamation - adultery/fornication
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 10 ff.
Previously referenced 21
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1765/17   1765
promoter: Ralph Thompson of Easington, County Durham
defendant: Isabel Stenton of Easington, County Durham, wife of George Stenton, cordwainer
correction for fornication (appealed to York)
Documents - articles and acts of court (copies sent to York on appeal, with certificate)
1 folder, 38 ff.
Previously referenced 50
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1765/18   1765
promoter: John Turnwell of Quarry Hill, Brancepeth, County Durham (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Jane Denning of Holmeside Lane, Lanchester, County Durham, wife of John Denning (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Jacob Grieve of Durham City, County Durham, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: Salkeld Hutchinson - prosecuting; Bowlby - defending
Documents - citation, allegation and inventory
1 folder, 5 ff.
Previously referenced 7
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1765/19   1765-1767
promoter: Elizabeth Wood (n?Carr) of Warkworth, Northumberland, wife of John Wood, yeoman (daughter and one of next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Watson Carr of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland (son and administrator of deceased)
relating to: goods of Ann Carr of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, widow (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: Braems Wheler - prosecuting; Wood - defending
Documents - citation, inventory (with allegation), answers, allegations, interrogatories, depositions and copy will (proved 1760)
1 folder, 36 ff.
Previously referenced 41
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1765/20   1765
plaintiff: Elizabeth Young, wife of William Young of Gateshead, County Durham, yeoman
defendant: Mary Forsyth, wife of James Forsyth of Gateshead, County Durham, schoolteacher
defamation - whoredom
Document - libels
includes libel by defendant against plaintiff on similar charge, by way of reconvention
1 folder, 4 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1765/10: Young v Hunter (et al.), 1765 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1765/21   1765
plaintiff: Elizabeth Young, wife of William Young of Gateshead, County Durham, yeoman
defendant: Elizabeth Hunter, wife of William Hunter of Gateshead, County Durham, collier
defamation - whoredom
Document - libels
includes libel by defendant against plaintiff on similar charge, by way of reconvention
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1766/1   1766
promoter: Abbs
defendant: Richard Abbs (brother and administrator of deceased)
relating to: goods of Jeremiah Abbs of Sunderland, County Durham, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Wheler - defending
Documents - inventory and account (with allegation)
1 folder, 4 ff.
Previously referenced 41
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1766/2   1766
plaintiff: Elizabeth Armstrong of The Lowbridge, Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland, spinster
defendant: John Hayes of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland, barber and tallow chandler
defamation - whoredom
Document - libel
1 folder, 2 ff.
Previously referenced 7
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1766/3   1764-1766
plaintiff: Peter Bowlby, notary public, proctor (Consistory court)
defendant: Thomas Wilson of Sunderland, County Durham, gent
recovery of fees (following a defamation cause taken by Ann Allison against Robert Nicholls, 1764=1765)
Documents - libel (with bill of costs dated 1765), allegation (with letters dated 1764-1766) and bill of costs
1 folder, 14 ff.
Previously referenced 37
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1766/2: Bowlby v Wilson, 1766 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1766/4   1766-1767
plaintiff: Mary Carins (alias Carns) of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, spinster
defendant: William Rutherford of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, merchant
defamation - theft (taken to Court of Pleas, Durham)
Documents - libel, interrogatories, depositions, sentence and prohibition (from Court of Pleas)
1 folder, 10 ff.
Previously referenced 50
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1766/5   1766
promoter: Ann Chilton of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, spinster (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Matthew Greenwood of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland (sole executor of deceased)
relating to: goods of Elizabeth Bordley of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, spinster (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Wheler - defending
Document - inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1766/6   1766-1767
promoter: Robert Cooper of West Auckland, Auckland St Helen, County Durham
defendants: John Broadbelt of Auckland St Helen, County Durham (officiating parish clerk of Auckland St Helen); Richard Taylor, cleric (perpetual curate of Auckland St Helen)
licensing of Robert Cooper as parish clerk, and correction of John Broadbelt for violence (appealed to York)
proctors: Bowlby - prosecuting; Wheler - defending
Documents - citations, bond (by promoter), depositions, articles, allegations (one with confirmation of nomination of parish clerk), interrogatories, monition (to transmit documents to York), inhibition (from York, on appeal) and certificates (on of documents to York), notes, answers and act of court
1 folder, 43 ff.
Previously referenced 37
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1766/3: Cooper v Broadbelt (et al.), 1766 - 1767 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1766/7   1766
plaintiff: John Coxon of Sunderland, County Durham
defendant: Cuthbert Bowdon of Sunderland, County Durham, master mariner
defamation - roguery and theft
Document - libel
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1766/8   1766
plaintiff: Margaret Dickinson, wife of William Dickinson
defendant: Patrick Sanderson of Durham St Oswald, County Durham, bookseller
defamation - adultery/fornication
Document - penance
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1766/9   1766-1767
plaintiff: Elizabeth Gibson of Tynemouth, Northumberland, spinster
defendant: Ann Lowson (Lawson) of Tynemouth, Northumberland, spinster
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 9 ff.
Previously referenced 7
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1766/4: Gibson v Lawson, 1766 - 1767 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1766/10   1766
promoters: Robert Jameson and John Jameson of Leith, North Britain, merchants, copartners (principal creditors of deceased), acting by their attorney, John Constable of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, gent
defendant: next of kin of deceased
relating to: goods of Jane Lee of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, rope maker, widow (deceased)
probate cause - to grant admon
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation, act of court, account and appointment of agent
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1766/11   1766-1767
plaintiff: Robert Morrison (Morrison) of Paisley, Renfrewshire, North Britain, weaver (legatee of deceased)
defendant: Jean Ewing of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of William Ewing of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham (deceased)
probate cause - subtraction of legacy
proctors: George Wood, substituted in Paisley by James Kibble, Thomas Kibble and Alexander Gibson - prosecuting; Peter Bowlby, substituted in Paisley by Hugh (Hew) Snodgrass - defending
Documents - libel, letters of request (to Paisley magistrates, to hear witnesses, with allegation, and discharge dated 1763), answers and notification (from Paisley magistrates, of hearing witnesses, with acts of magistrates' court, substitutions of proxies interrogatories), allegation, sentence and citation
1 folder, 27 ff.
Previously referenced 57
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1765/8: Morison v Ewing, 1765 - 1767 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1766/12   1766
promoter: Mark Ogle of Harnham, Bolam, Northumberland, gent
defendant: Rachael Douglas (n?Hunter) of Harnham, Bolam, Northumberland, wife of John Douglas, yeoman
correction for antenuptial fornication
proctor: Bowlby - prosecuting
Documents - citation, acts of court, bond (by promoter), articles, penances (including one for John Douglas) and copy parish register extracts
1 folder, 12 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1766/13   1766
plaintiff: George Pattison of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, mason
defendant: John Walker of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland, clock maker
revocation of excommunication gained in previous cause taken by defendant against plaintiff, for defamation
proctor: Peter Bowlby - prosecuting
Document - allegation
1 folder, 2 ff.
Previously referenced 41
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1766/11: Walker v Pattison, 1766 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1766/14   1766-1767
plaintiff: Bryan Riddle of Norham, North Durham
defendant: Jane Byars of Norham, North Durham, spinster, minor, acting by her curators, Peter Bowlby, gent and Hannah Byars (her mother), widow
defamation - theft
proctor: Braems Wheler - prosecuting
Documents - citation, act of court, libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 8 ff.
Previously referenced 4
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1766/15   1766
promoter: George Ridsdale (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Jane Henderson, wife of Jeremiah Henderson (daughter and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of George Liddle of Sunderland, County Durham, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Wood - defending
Documents - allegation and inventory
1 folder, 4 ff.
Previously referenced 4
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1766/16   1766
promoter: Peter Scorer of Shieldraw, Lanchester, County Durham, common brewer (creditor of deceased)
defendant: next of kin of deceased
relating to: goods of John Labron of Kyo, Lanchester, County Durham, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to grant admon
Document - monition
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1766/17   1766
plaintiff: Jane Scott, wife of Silas Scott of Low Denton, Newburn, County Durham, carpenter
defendant: Mary Buteland of Low Denton, Newburn, County Durham, widow
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel, interrogatories, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 11 ff.
Previously referenced 7
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1766/18   1766
promoter: Cuthbert Stobbs of Tanfield, County Durham (brother and one of next of kin of deceased)
defendants: William Stobbs of Byker, Northumberland, sinker; Margaret Bevins, wife of William Bevins of Heaton Barr, Northumberland, forgeman (sister of deceased); Ann Stobbs of Collierly Dykes, Collierley, County Durham, widow, relict of Richard Stobbs, brother of deceased (also guardian of children of deceased); John Stobbs of Burnopfield, County Durham (nephew of deceased)
relating to: goods of Robert Stobbs of Tanfield, County Durham, bachelor (deceased)
probate cause - to grant admon
proctor: Bowlby - defending
Documents - act of court and allegation
1 folder, 3 ff.
Previously referenced 4
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1759/10: Stobbs v Stobbs (et al.), 1759, 1766 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1766/19   1767-1768
plaintiffs: George Surtees of Hamsterley, County Durham, esq; Robert Surtees of Redworth, Heighington, County Durham, gent
defendant: William Humble of West Auckland, Auckland St Helen, County Durham, formerly of Heighington, County Durham, yeoman
confirmation of pew in Heighington, County Durham (cause initially promoted by William Richmond against both parties)
proctors: Peter Bowlby - prosecuting; Wood - defending
Documents - citations, proxy, allegations, answers, excommunication, affidavit, certificates, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 26 ff.
Previously referenced 41
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1766/6: Surtees (et al.) v Humble, 1766 - 1768 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1766/20   1766-1767
promoter: Alice Taylor, wife of Ralph Taylor, master and mariner (daughter of deceased)
defendant: Mary Bainbridge late of Whitburn, County Durham, now of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, spinster
relating to: will of John Bainbridge of Whitburn, County Durham, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to revoke probate and re-grant admon
proctors: Bowlby - prosecuting; Wood - defending
Documents - citations, allegations, inventory, answers, interrogatories and depositions
1 folder, 20 ff.
Previously referenced 4
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1766/7: Taylor v Bainbridge, 1766 - 1767 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1766/21   1766
plaintiff: Edmund Tew, cleric (rector of Boldon)
defendant: George Blenkinsop of Whickham, County Durham, gent
recovery of tithes within Boldon, County Durham
Document - libel
1 folder, 4 ff.
Previously referenced 41
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1766/8: Tew v Blenkinsop, 1766 - 1767 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1766/22   1766
plaintiff: Edmund Tew, cleric (rector of Boldon)
defendant: John Brack of Washington, County Durham, yeoman
recovery of tithes within Boldon, County Durham
Document - libel
1 folder, 4 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1766/9: Tew v Brack, 1766 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1766/23   1766
plaintiff: Edmund Tew, cleric (rector of Boldon)
defendant: Nicholas Croston of Jarrow, County Durham, yeoman
recovery of tithes within Boldon, County Durham
Document - libel
1 folder, 4 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1766/10: Tew v Crofton, 1766 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1766/24   1766
promoter: John Vardy of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland (uncle by mother's side of Joan Ann Lee and Jane Lee)
defendant: next of kin of deceased
relating to: goods of Jane Lee of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, widow, deceased (while living, relict of Thomas Lee, deceased); tuition of Joan Ann Lee and Jane Lee, minors (children of deceased)
probate cause - to grant admon of goods of deceased (for use of children), and tuition of children
proctor: Braems Wheler - prosecuting
Documents - monition, proxy and allegation
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1766/25   1766
promoter: Thomas Weldon (Wheldon) of Urpeth, Chester-le-Street, County Durham, gent (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Isabel Brown of Chester-le-Street, County Durham, wife of Richard Brown (sole executrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Ann Hall of High Flats, Chester-le-Street, County Durham, widow (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory (also note of cause taken out by Salkeld Hutchinson against defendant, for recovery of fees)
proctor: Wood - defending
Documents - affidavit and inventory (with allegation and notes)
1 folder, 2 ff.
Previously referenced 41
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1767/1   1767-1768
plaintiff: Henry Bland, cleric (rector of Bishopwearmouth)
defendant: William Chapman of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, gent
recovery of Easter offerings within Bishopwearmouth, County Durham
proctor: Hays - defending
Documents - libel, depositions, allegation and answers
1 folder, 20 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1767/2   1767-1768
plaintiff: Henry Bland, cleric (rector of Bishopwearmouth)
defendant: William Ettrick (Ettricke) of High Barnes, Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, esq
recovery of Easter offerings within Bishopwearmouth, County Durham
proctors: Braems Wheler - prosecuting; Hays - defending
Documents - citation, libel, depositions, allegation, answers and act of court
1 folder, 22 ff.
Previously referenced 12
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1767/3   1767-1768
plaintiff: Henry Bland, cleric (rector of Bishopwearmouth)
defendant: John Goodchild of Pallion, Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, gent
recovery of Easter offerings within Bishopwearmouth, County Durham
proctors: Braems Wheler - prosecuting; Hays - defending
Documents - citation, libel, depositions, allegation, answers and act of court
1 folder, 21 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1767/4   1767
plaintiff: Sarah Clark of Ryton, County Durham, wife of Joseph Clark
defendant: John Athy (alias Athey, Athee) of Ryton, County Durham
defamation - adultery/fornication
Documents - libel, interrogatories and depositions
1 folder, 8 ff.
Previously referenced 7
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1767/5   1767-1768
promoter: Thomas Forster of Monkwearmouth, County Durham, master mariner
defendant: William Forster of Monkwearmouth, County Durham, gent
confirmation of pew in Monkwearmouth, County Durham
proctors: Wood - prosecuting; Wheler - defending
Documents - wrappers, allegations, interrogatories, answers, notes and depositions
1 folder, 51 ff.
Previously referenced 14
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1767/6   1767-1769
promoters: George Gill (Gyll) and Abigail Gill (his wife) of Sunderland, County Durham
defendant: Joseph Atkinson (Atchinson) of Sunderland, County Durham, gent
confirmation of pew in Sunderland, County Durham (appealed to York)
proctors: Braems Wheler - prosecuting; Bowlby - defending
Documents - citation, notes, allegations, acts of court and monitions (to transmit documents to York, on appeal)
1 folder, 16 ff.
Previously referenced 18
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1767/11: Gill (et al.) v Atkinson, 1767 - 1770 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1767/7   1767
promoter: Elizabeth Hancock, wife of Michael Hancock (daughter of deceased)
defendant: Robert Burne of Sunderland, County Durham (son and administrator of deceased)
relating to: goods of Elizabeth Burne of Morpeth, Northumberland, widow (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Wood - defending
Documents - declarations (instead of inventories, with allegation), allegation and answers
1 folder, 10 ff.
Previously referenced 37
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1767/8   1767
plaintiff: Mary Ogle of Harnham, Bolam, Northumberland, wife of Mark Ogle, gent
defendant: John Douglas (Douglass) of Harnham, Bolam, Northumberland, yeoman
defamation - theft (taken to Court of Pleas, Durham)
Documents - label, libel, depositions, sentence and prohibition (from Court of Pleas in Durham)
1 folder, 10 ff.
Previously referenced 43
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1767/9   1767
promoter: Cuthbert Peart (son and sole executor of deceased)
defendant: Martha Hodgson (late Todd, heretofore Peart), wife of Joseph Hodgson (relict and administratrix of deceased, during the minority of Cuthbert Peart)
relating to: goods of John Peart of Newhouse, Stanhope, County Durham, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Wheler - prosecuting
Document - allegation
1 folder, 2 ff.
Previously referenced 41
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1766/5: Peart v Hodgson, 1766 - 1767 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1767/10   1767-1768
promoters: John Saint, later Margaret Saint of Morpeth, Northumberland, executor/executrix of Joseph Saint of Morpeth, Northumberland, deceased (while living, a creditor of deceased)
defendant: William Fenwick of Bywell St Andrew, Northumberland, esq (nephew and administrator of deceased)
relating to: goods of Elizabeth Fenwick of Morpeth, Northumberland, widow (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Hutchinson - defending
Documents - citation, act of court and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 13 ff.
Previously referenced 7
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1767/11   1767
plaintiff: Gilbert Snowdon of Haswell on the Hill, Easington, County Durham, yeoman
defendant: Michael Middleton of Easington, County Durham, yeoman
defamation - roguery
Documents - libel and depositions
1 folder, 6 ff.
Previously referenced 4
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1767/12   1767
plaintiff: Isabel (Isabell) Stenton, wife of George Stenton of Easington, Easington, County Durham, shoemaker
defendant: Ann Kirby, wife of George Kirby of Easington, Easington, County Durham, blacksmith
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel, note, interrogatories and depositions
1 folder, 5 ff.
Previously referenced 4
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1767/13   1767
promoter: John Tempest of Winyard, County Durham, esq (creditor of deceased)
defendant: John Letteney, gent
relating to: goods of Edward Gowland of Sunderland, County Durham, master and mariner (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Bowlby - defending
Documents - affidavit and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 6 ff.
Previously referenced 4
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1767/14   1767
promoter: Elizabeth Temple, wife of John Temple (daughter of deceased)
defendants: Mary Tarn, widow (relict and executor of deceased); John Tarn (son and executor of deceased)
relating to: will of Timothy Tarn of Eddersgill Beck, Middleton in Teesdale, County Durham (deceased)
probate cause - possibly for grant of admon (cause uncertain - relates to disputed will)
proctor: Wood - defending
Documents - articles, answers, interrogatories and depositions
1 folder, 13 ff.
Previously referenced 4
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1767/12: Temple v Tarn (et al.), 1767 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1767/15   1767
plaintiffs: vicar and churchwardens of Warden, Northumberland: William Laidman, cleric (vicar of Warden), John Whitlock and Thomas Lambert (churchwardens)
defendant: parishioners and inhabitants of Warden, Northumberland
assignment of pews in Warden, Northumberland
proctor: Wheler - prosecuting
Document - act of court
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1768/1   1768-1772
List headed “58”, noting cause papers that carry the number “58” marked in pencil on them
4 ff.
Previously referenced 58
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1768/2   1768
plaintiff: Jane Allison
defendant: Charles Allison of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, mariner (her husband)
matrimonial cause - restitution of conjugal rights (Compare previous cause for divorce on grounds of cruelty.)
Document - affidavit
1 folder, 1 f.
See also DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1765/2
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1765/3: Allison v Allison, 1765 - 1769 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1768/3   1768-1769
plaintiff: Ann Appleby of Durham St Margaret, County Durham, wife of John Appleby
defendant: Ann Appleby of Witton Gilbert, County Durham, wife of William Appleby
defamation - roguery
Documents - label, libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 9 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1769/2: Appleby v Appleby, 1769 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1768/4   1768-1769
plaintiff: Ann Appleby of Durham St Margaret, County Durham, wife of John Appleby
defendant: Alice Thompson of Witton Gilbert, County Durham, wife of George Thompson
defamation - roguery
Documents - label, libel and depositions
1 folder, 7 ff.
Previously referenced 58
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1768/2: Appleby v Thompson, 1768 - 1769 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1768/5   1768
promoter: John Brown of High Felling, Heworth, County Durham, mason (brother of deceased)
defendant: William Brown of East Boldon, Boldon, County Durham, house carpenter (brother, sole executor and universal legatee of deceased)
relating to: will of Samuel Brown of East Boldon, Boldon, County Durham, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctor: Wheler - defending
Documents - allegation, interrogatories and depositions
1 folder, 8 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1768/3: Brown v Brown, 1768 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1768/6   1768
plaintiff: Elianor Charlton of Corbridge, Northumberland, wife of Richard Carnaby Charlton
defendant: Elizabeth Heppell (alias Hepple) of Corbridge, Northumberland, spinster
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel, interrogatories, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 9 ff.
Previously referenced 41
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1767/7: Charlton v Heppell, 1767 - 1768 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1768/7   1768
promoter: Alice Cowper of Needless Hall, Auckland St Andrew, County Durham, widow ([creditor of deceased])
defendant: Mary Cooper (alias Cowper) of Brancepeth, County Durham, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Cooper (alias Cowper) of Easington, County Durham, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Bowlby - defending
Documents - act of court and affidavit
1 folder, 3 ff.
Previously referenced 6
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1768/8   1768
promoters: Joshua Davis and Thomas Harle of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, cheesemongers (creditors of deceased)
defendant: Esther Bowman, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Thomas Bowman of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, cheesemonger (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: Wood - prosecuting; Bowlby - defending
Documents - affidavit, inventory (with allegation) and allegation
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1768/9   1768-1769
promoter: John Dobson of Earsdon, Northumberland, gent (son and one of substituted legatees of deceased)
defendants: Robert Dobson of Link House, Earsdon, Northumberland (brother and sole executor of deceased); Jane Holborn of Monkwearmouth, Monkwearmouth, County Durham, wife of Robert Holborn (daughter of deceased)
relating to: will of Thomas Dobson of The Lodge, Earsdon, Northumberland, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to prove nuncupative will
proctors: Bowlby and Hutchinson - prosecuting
Documents - label, allegations, citation, renunciation (of executorship), answers, interrogatories, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 23 ff.
Previously referenced 27
Previously referenced 58
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1768/10   1768
promoter: Robert Dobson of Link House, Earsdon, Northumberland (brother and sole executor of deceased)
defendant: Jane Holborn of Monkwearmouth, Monkwearmouth, County Durham, wife of Robert Holborn (daughter of deceased)
relating to: will of Thomas Dobson of The Lodge, Earsdon, Northumberland, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to prove nuncupative will
proctor: Hutchinson - prosecuting
Documents - allegation, inventory (with allegation and affidavit), depositions and bill of costs
1 folder, 18 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1768/5: Dobson (et al.) v Holborn, 1768 - 1769 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1768/11   1768
promoter: James Ellot (alias Elliot) (brother of deceased)
defendant: Jane Elliot, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Joseph Elliot of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Wood - defending
Document - allegation (with declaration instead of inventory)
1 folder, 6 ff.
Previously referenced 7
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1768/12   1768
promoter: William Gill (Gyll) of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, gent (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Mary Alderson, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Miles Alderson of Stannington, Northumberland (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Bowlby - defending
Documents - affidavit, inventory and account (with allegation)
1 folder, 7 ff.
Previously referenced 6
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1768/13   1768
promoter: Robert Hatkin of Glanton, Whittingham, Northumberland, gent (devisee in will of deceased)
defendant: Edward Anderson of Glanton, Whittingham, Northumberland, gent (sole executor of deceased)
relating to: goods of Mary Hatkin of Glanton, Whittingham, Northumberland, spinster (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Braems Wheler - prosecuting
Documents - citation and declaration (instead of an inventory)
1 folder, 4 ff.
Previously referenced 6
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1768/14   1758, 1768-1770
promoter: Matthew Henderson of The Sogling, Cumberland (grandson, executor and principal legatee of deceased)
defendant: Margaret Henderson of Haltwhistle, Northumberland, widow, relict and administratrix of Matthew Henderson of Haltwhistle, Northumberland, deceased (while living, the possessor of the goods of deceased)
relating to: goods of Matthew Wilkinson of Haltwhistle, Northumberland (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citations, declaration (instead of an inventory), allegations, probate (will dated 1758), answers, depositions, bill of costs, monition (to pay costs) and excommunication
1 folder, 33 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1768/7: Henderson v Henderson, 1768 - 1769 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1768/15   1768
promoter: Hendry Hopper of Wolsingham, County Durham, esq (principal creditor of deceased)
defendant: William Brathwait (Braithwait) of Sedgefield, County Durham, cleric (principal creditor of deceased)
relating to: goods of Musgrave Davison of Sedgefield, County Durham, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to grant admon
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Bowlby - defending
Documents - citation, allegation, affidavit and act of court
1 folder, 9 ff.
Previously referenced 37
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1768/8: Hopper v Brathwait, 1768 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1768/16   1759, 1768
promoter: Robert Inman of Sunderland, County Durham, gent (principal creditor of deceased)
defendant: Sir Ralph Milbanke of Halnaby, Yorkshire, baronet (one of principal creditors of deceased), acting by his agent, John Morrison of Sunderland, County Durham, coal fitter
relating to: goods of Charles Bewick, the younger of Sunderland, County Durham, master and mariner (deceased)
probate cause - to grant admon
proctors: John Hays - prosecuting; Wood - defending
Documents - appointment of agent, citation, affidavits, allegations (one with bond, dated 1759), renunciation and note
1 folder, 20 ff.
Previously referenced 6
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1768/17   1765, 1768
promoter: Helen (alias Eleanor) Milne of Chester-le-Street, County Durham, wife of James Milne, corn factor (principal or sole legatee of deceased)
defendant: Margaret Oliphant of Gateshead, County Durham, wife of James Oliphant (daughter of deceased)
relating to: will of William Erskine of Gateshead, County Durham, surgeon (deceased)
probate cause - to prove testamentary schedule
proctor: Wheler - prosecuting
Document - allegation (with testamentary schedule)
1 folder, 4 ff.
Previously referenced 6
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1768/18   1768
plaintiff: Peter Moorhead of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland, keelman
defendant: James Mills of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland
defamation - theft
Documents - interrogatories, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 8 ff.
Previously referenced 6
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1768/19   1768-1769
promoter: Robert Purvis of Potling, Bothal, Northumberland (son of deceased)
defendant: John Purvis of Potling, Bothal, Northumberland (son and sole executor of deceased)
relating to: goods of James Purvis of Woodhorn, Northumberland (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: Hutchinson - prosecuting; Wood - defending
Documents - allegation (with declaration instead of an inventory), allegations, wrapper, answers, depositions and notes
1 folder, 20 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1768/20   [1768]
plaintiff: Christian Smith of Durham City, County Durham, widow
defendant: Thomas Surtees of Bywell St Peter, Northumberland, yeoman
recovery of tithes of hay within Bywell St Peter, Northumberland
Date confirmed from Act Book, ref. III/26.
Documents - libel and statement
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1768/21   1768
plaintiff: Elizabeth Whinney, wife of Thomas Whinney of Lanchester, Lanchester, County Durham, miller
defendant: Ann Sharp of Lanchester, Lanchester, County Durham, spinster
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel, interrogatories and depositions
1 folder, 8 ff.
Previously referenced 6
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1768/9: Whinney v Sharp, 1768 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1768/22   1762-1765
Promissory notes to James Brown of Winlaton Mill
1 folder, 3 ff.3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1769/1   1769
plaintiff: Thomas Ayre of Merrington, County Durham, yeoman
defendant: Joseph Labourne (alias Labron) of Merrington, County Durham, yeoman
defamation - theft
proctor: Braems Wheler - prosecuting
Documents - label, citation and libel
1 folder, 4 ff.
Previously referenced 58
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1769/2   1769-1770
promoter: Edward Barras of North Biddick, Washington, County Durham, administrator of the goods of Ann Barras (formerly Hodgson), his late wife, deceased (niece and legatee of deceased)
defendant: Mary Brough of Hawthorn, Easington, County Durham, widow (sole executrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Ralph Pearson of Durham St Nicholas, County Durham, apothecary (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory (subtraction of legacy)
proctor: Salkeld Hutchinson - prosecuting
Documents - label, citation and libels
1 folder, 6 ff.
Previously referenced 58
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1770/1: Barras v Brough, 1770 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1769/3   1769
promoters: Isabel Cuthbert (n?Hedley), wife of Joseph Cuthbert of Farthingshed, Whitburn, Northumberland, yeoman; Elizabeth Hedley, spinster (daughters and legatees of deceased)
defendant: John Hedley of Woodhorn, Northumberland, yeoman (son and sole executor of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Hedley of Woodhorn, Northumberland (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Bowlby - prosecuting
Documents - label and citation
1 folder, 3 ff.
Previously referenced 58
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1769/4   1769
plaintiff: Lewis Dutens, cleric (rector of Elsdon)
defendant: Thomas Pearson of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, merchant
recovery of tithes
proctor: Bowlby - prosecuting
Documents - label and citation
1 folder, 3 ff.
Previously referenced 58
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1769/5   1769
plaintiff: George Elliot of Gateshead, County Durham, wherryman
defendant: Lancelot Atkinson of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland, broker
defamation - roguery/theft
proctor: Salkeld Hutchinson - prosecuting
Documents - label, citation and libel
1 folder, 5 ff.
Previously referenced 58
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1769/6   1769
promoter: Thomas Emmerson of Stanhope, County Durham (son of deceased)
defendant: Elizabeth Emmerson of Side Head, Stanhope, County Durham, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Robert Emmerson of Side Head, Stanhope, County Durham (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: Salkeld Hutchinson - prosecuting; Bowlby - defending
Documents - label, citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 6 ff.
Previously referenced 58
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1769/7   1769
plaintiff: Thomas Hall of Doddington, Northumberland, yeoman
defendant: Isable Staward of Doddington, Northumberland, wife of Thomas Staward
defamation - whoredom
proctor: Braems Wheler - prosecuting
Documents - label, citation and libel
1 folder, 5 ff.
Previously referenced 58
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1769/8   1769
plaintiff: Thomas Hall of Doddington, Northumberland, yeoman
defendant: Thomas Staward of Doddington, Northumberland, yeoman
defamation - whoredom
proctor: Braems Wheler - prosecuting
Documents - citation and libel
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1769/9   1764, 1769-1770
promoter: Francis Haswell (son and sole executor of deceased)
defendant: next of kin of deceased
relating to: will of Francis Haswell of Low Heasley (or Horseley), Stanhope, County Durham, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctor: Bowlby - prosecuting
Documents - citation, allegation (with will, dated 1764), depositions and sentence
1 folder, 12 ff.
Previously referenced 22
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1769/5: Haswell v next of kin, 1769 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1769/10   1769-1772
plaintiff: Tobias Heyrick, cleric (vicar of Gainford)
defendant: John Clough of Alwent, Gainford, County Durham, yeoman
recovery of tithes of cattle (compare next cause)
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Wheler - defending
Documents - citation, libel, answers, allegations, interrogatories, depositions, sentence and excommunication
4 folders, 46 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1769/11   1769-1772
plaintiff: Tobias Heyrick, cleric (vicar of Gainford)
defendants: John Clough of Alwent, Gainford, County Durham, yeoman; Mary Clough (late Simpson) (his wife) of Alwent, Gainford, County Durham, (late widow)
recovery of tithes of cattle (compare previous cause)
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Wheler - defending
Documents - label, citation, libel, answers, allegations, note, interrogatories, depositions, sentence and excommunication
4 folders, 52 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1769/12   1769
plaintiff: Eleanor Hunter of Monkwearmouth, County Durham, wife of Michael Hunter, keelman
defendant: Isabel (alias Isabella) Scott of Monkwearmouth, County Durham, wife of William Scott, mariner
defamation - whoredom
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - label, citation and libel
1 folder, 4 ff.
Previously referenced 55
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1769/13   1769-1770
plaintiff: Richard Hunter of Alnwick, Northumberland, staymaker
defendant: Samuel Hogg, the younger of Alnwick, Northumberland, staymaker
defamation - theft
proctor: Braems Wheler - prosecuting
Documents - label, citation, libel, interrogatories, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 13 ff.
Previously referenced 58
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1769/14   1769
plaintiff: Mary Ilderton, wife of Sanderson Ilderton of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, gent
defendant: Ann Chambers of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, widow
defamation - roguery
proctor: Hutchinson - prosecuting
Documents - citation, libel and depositions
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1769/15   1769
plaintiff: Sanderson Ilderton of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, gent
defendant: Ann Chambers of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, widow
defamation - roguery
proctor: Hutchinson - prosecuting
Documents - label, citation, libel and depositions
1 folder, 8 ff.
Previously referenced 58
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1769/16   1769
plaintiff: Mary Johnson of Alnwick, Northumberland, spinster
defendant: Isabel (alias Isabella) Robinson (alias Robertson) of Alnwick, Northumberland, spinster
defamation - theft
proctor: Braems Wheler - prosecuting
Documents - citation, libel, interrogatories, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 12 ff.
Previously referenced 53
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1769/17   1769
promoters: John Kell and George Kell of Crawcrook, Ryton, County Durham, yeomen (uncles and two of next of kin of Isabel and Thomas Lawson, infants)
defendant: Cuthbert Jolly of Crawcrook, Ryton, County Durham
relating to: goods of Luke Lawson of Crawcrook, Ryton, County Durham, pitman, widower (deceased); tuition of Isabel Lawson and Thomas Lawson of Crawcrook, Ryton, County Durham, infants (only children of Luke Lawson, deceased)
probate cause - to grant admon of goods of Luke Lawson, deceased, and tuition of Isabel and Thomas Lawson, infants (appealed to York)
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation, inhibition (from York, on appeal) and monition (to transmit documents to York)
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1769/18   1769
promoter: Matthew Laidler of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, tanner (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Ann Wilkinson of Belford, Northumberland, spinster (sister and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Mary Laidler of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland, widow (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - label, citation and affidavits
1 folder, 5 ff.
Previously referenced 62
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1769/19   1769
plaintiff: Elizabeth Lee, wife of John Lee of Kilhope, Stanhope, County Durham, house carpenter
defendant: John Armstrong of Evenwood, Auckland St Helen, County Durham, yeoman
defamation - whoredom
proctor: Salkeld Hutchinson - prosecuting
Documents - label, citation and libel
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1769/20   1769
promoter: Elizabeth Littlefair of Staindrop, County Durham, wife of Edward Littlefair (one of the daughters of deceased)
defendant: Elizabeth Baxter of Langley Dale, Staindrop, County Durham, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Baxter of Staindrop, County Durham (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Salkeld Hutchinson - prosecuting
Documents - label and citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1769/6: Littlefair v Baxter, 1769 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1769/21   1769-1770
promoter: Anthony Rowe of Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham, gent (nephew of deceased)
defendants: Catherine Spencer, wife of Robert Spencer; Jane Rowe, spinster
relating to: goods of Richard Rowe of Durham St Oswald, County Durham, bachelor (deceased)
probate cause - to grant admon
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - monition and affidavit
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1769/22   1769
plaintiff: William Spours of Rothbury, Northumberland, yeoman
defendant: Henry Robson of Rothbury, Northumberland, yeoman
defamation - roguery/theft
proctor: Braems Wheler - prosecuting
Documents - label, citation and libel
1 folder, 5 ff.
Previously referenced 58
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1769/23   1769
plaintiff: John Walker of Cornforth Mill, Bishop Middleham, County Durham
defendant: Thomas Coats of Bishop Middleham, County Durham
defamation - roguery
Documents - label, citation and libel
1 folder, 4 ff.
Previously referenced 55
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1769/24   1769-1773
promoter: Mary Weatherburn of Alnwick, Northumberland, spinster
defendants: John Falder and Ann Falder (his wife) of Alnwick, Northumberland
confirmation of pew in Alnwick, Northumberland
proctors: Braems Wheler - prosecuting; Wood - defending
Documents - labels, citation, allegations, commissions (to hear personal answers and depositions in Alnwick), answers, act of court, interrogatories and depositions
3 folders, 92 ff.
Previously referenced 67
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1769/25   1769
plaintiff: Elizabeth Wilkinson, wife of John Wilkinson of Milburngate, Durham St Margaret, County Durham, gardener
defendant: Robert Jobey (alias Tobie) of Milburngate, Durham St Margaret, County Durham, drover
defamation - whoredom
Documents - label, libel and depositions
1 folder, 7 ff.
Previously referenced 59
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1769/26   1769
plaintiff: Isabel Wilson of Doddington, Northumberland, spinster
defendant: James Hall of Doddington, Northumberland, butcher
defamation - whoredom
proctor: Braems Wheler - prosecuting
Documents - citation and libel
1 folder, 4 ff.
Previously referenced 55
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1770/1   1770-1773
promoter: James Agnew of Auckland St Andrew, County Durham, esq (eldest son and universal legatee of deceased)
defendant: Montgomery Agnew of Auckland St Andrew, County Durham, esq (son of deceased)
relating to: will of James Agnew of Bishop Auckland, Auckland St Andrew, County Durham, esq, widower (deceased)
probate cause - to prove nuncupative will (appealed to York)
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation, allegation (with cancelled will, dated 1769), interrogatories, depositions, sentence and remission (of appeal, from York)
1 folder, 28 ff.
Previously referenced 65
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1771/1: Agnew v Agnew, 1771 - 1773 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1770/2   1768-1775
promoter: Josiah Beckwith of Rotherham, Yorkshire, gent (great nephew and one of next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Snow Clayton of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, merchant (sole executor and residuary legatee of deceased)
relating to: goods of Martha Thomlinson of Whickham, County Durham, widow (deceased)
probate cause - to revoke probate and re-grant admon (appealed to York)
proctors: George Wood, later substituted by Nathaniel Bishop - prosecuting; Peter Bowlby, later substituted by Henry Stevens and Henry Stevens, the younger - defending
Documents - citations, condidit, answers, depositions, allegations, interrogatories, letters of request (to London, to hear witnesses, and to York, to take answers), substitutions of proxies, releases (of defendant, from legacies, with receipts), (from London, of hearing witness, and from York, of taking answers), allegation (positions additional, with letter from promoter to defendant, dated 1768), sentence, note (of documents to be sent to York on appeal) and remission (of appeal, from York) (from London, of hearing witness, and from York, of taking answers), allegation (positions additional, with letter from promoter to defendant, dated 1768), sentence, note (of documents to be sent to York on appeal) and remission (of appeal, from York)
Citations against Josiah Beckwith are issued by York court, on letters of request from Durham
4 folders, 149 ff.
Previously referenced 63
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1770/2: Clayton v Beckwith, 1770 - 1775 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1770/3   1770-1771
promoter: Thomas Crowther of Lowick Low Steads, Lowick, Northumberland, yeoman (surviving executor of deceased)
defendants: William Taylor and Alice Taylor (late Crowther) (his wife) of Ancroft Mains, Ancroft, North Durham, husbandman, yeoman (relict of deceased)
relating to: goods of Jonas Crowther of Ancroft, North Durham, or of Lowick, Lowick, Northumberland, husbandman (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation and declarations (instead of inventories)
1 folder, 8 ff.
Previously referenced 66
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1770/4   1770
plaintiff: James Cruickshank of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
defendant: James Williamson of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
defamation - blasphemy
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation and libel
1 folder, 3 ff.
Previously referenced 55
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1770/5   1770-1772
plaintiffs: Thomas Dawson of Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland, esq; David Lamb of Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland, gent
defendant: Philip Gibson of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, gent
intrusion into pew in Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland (appealed to York)
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation, libel, act of court, inhibition (from York, on appeal), monition (from York, to transmit documents), monition (against Philip Gibson, to enjoin silence and to desist from intrusion) and bill of costs
1 folder, 15 ff.
Previously referenced 65 (but included on original label/list for number 58)
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1769/4: Dawson (et al.) v Gibson, 1769 - 1772 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1770/6   1759, 1761, 1764, 1770-1773
promoter: Thomas Dawson of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, gent (nephew and one of next of kin of deceased)
defendant: William Peareth of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, esq (brother, sole executor and residuary legatee of deceased)
relating to: will of Susan (alias Susannah) Peareth of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, spinster (deceased)
probate cause - to revoke probate
proctors: Peter Bowlby - prosecuting; Wood - defending
Documents - label, citation, condidit, will (dated 1764), allegation, interrogatories, depositions, answers, affidavit, proxy and will (of William Dixon of Thorpe Thewles, yeoman, made 1759, with probate granted to George Dixon, 1761)
1 folder, 27 ff.
Previously referenced 67
Previously referenced 73
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1770/7   1770-1772
plaintiff: John Gagnier, cleric (vicar of Stranton)
defendant: John Stevenson (alias Stephenson) of Stranton, County Durham, miller
recovery of tithe of profits from toll of corn mill within Stranton, County Durham
Documents - citation, libel, interrogatories, depositions, sentence and bill of costs
1 folder, 14 ff.
Previously referenced 67
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1770/6: Gagnier v Stephenson, 1770 - 1772 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1770/8   1770
promoter: Edward Hall of Gateshead, County Durham (brother and legatee of deceased)
defendant: Margaret Hall of Gateshead, County Durham, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Hall of Gateshead, County Durham, victualler (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: Bowlby - prosecuting; Wood - defending
Documents - label, citation, allegation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 8 ff.
Previously referenced 55
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1770/7: Hall v Hall, 1770 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1770/9   1732, 1770-1774
promoter: Jacob Lambert of Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland, gent
defendants: Thomas Dawson of Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland, esq; David Lamb of Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland, gent
confirmation of pew in Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland
proctors: Bowlby - prosecuting; George Wood, later substituted by Nathanael Bishop - defending
Documents - citations, allegations (one with faculty to confirm pews, dated 1732), answers, depositions, substitution of proxy, letters of request (to London, to hear witnesses), certificate (from London, of hearing witness), bill of costs and interrogatories citations, allegations (one with faculty to confirm pews, dated 1732), answers, depositions, substitution of proxy, letters of request (to London, to hear witnesses), certificate (from London, of hearing witness), bill of costs and interrogatories
4 folders, 81 ff.
Previously referenced 65
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1771/5: Lambert v Dawson (et al.), 1771 - 1774 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1770/10   1749-1755, 1770-1773
plaintiff: Margaret Leighton (or, and formerly, Anderson) of Edinburgh, Scotland (alleged first wife of John Leighton)
defendants: John Leighton and Ann Leighton (or Grainger) (his (alleged second) wife) of Bishop Auckland, Auckland St Andrew, County Durham, or of Newton Cap, County Durham, student in physick
matrimonial cause - for revocation of (alleged second) marriage and restitution of conjugal rights (appealed to York)
proctors: Peter Bowlby; substituted in London by Henry Stevens and Henry Stevens, the younger; substituted in Edinburgh by Duncan McDonald - prosecuting; George Wood - defending
Documents - copy parish register extract, citations, libel (with exhibits dated 1749-1755), allegation, proxy, acts of court, answers (with informations thereon submitted on plaintiff's behalf), substitutions of proxies, notes and wrappers (for to be heard in London and Edinburgh), interrogatories, depositions (heard in Durham, London and Edinburgh: one with letters attached, dated 1749-1749/50), certificates (from London and Edinburgh, of hearing witness) and letters of request (to to hear witnesses) and monition (from York, to transmit documents for appeal cause)
10 folders, 123 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1770/8: Leighton v Leighton (et al.), 1770 - 1777 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1770/11   1770
promoter: John Marshall of Durham St Margaret, County Durham, breeches maker
defendant: Ralph Saunders of Durham St Margaret, County Durham, maltster
correction for altering and enlarging pew, Durham St Margaret, County Durham
proctor: Braems Wheler - prosecuting
Documents - label, citation, bond (of promoter), articles and certificate
1 folder, 7 ff.
Previously referenced 58
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1770/10: Saunders v Marshall, 1770 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1770/12   1770
promoter: William Milburn (Milbourn) of Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland, plumber
defendant: Adam Bird of Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland
confirmation of pew in Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland
proctors: Bowlby - prosecuting; Wood - defending
Documents - citation and allegations
1 folder, 13 ff.
Previously referenced 55
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1770/9: Milburn v Bird, 1770 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1770/13   1770
promoter: Eleanor Mordew (alias Murdew), spinster, minor (residuary legatee of deceased), acting by her guardian, George Taylor, gent
defendant: Elizabeth Rogers (n?Stead) of Westminster St John the Evangelist, Middlesex, wife of William Rogers (absent) (sister and only next of kin of deceased)
relating to: will of Joseph Stead of Sunderland, County Durham, flax dresser, bachelor (deceased)
probate cause - to prove nuncupative will
proctors: Wood - prosecuting; Peter Bowlby - defending
Documents - allegation, affidavit and proxy
1 folder, 6 ff.
Previously referenced 44
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1769/7: Mordew v Rogers, 1769 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1770/14   1770
plaintiff: Ann Nelson of Mitford, County Durham, wife of Isaac Nelson, cleric
defendant: Anthony Cook of Hartburn, Northumberland
defamation - whoredom
proctor: Braems Wheler - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 4 ff.
Previously referenced 58
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1771/7: Nelson v Cook, 1771 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1770/15   1769, 1770
promoter: Christopher Ricardson of Alston, Cumberland, esq
defendants: commissioners for allotting pews in Alston church: Robert Wardale, cleric, Thomas Rotherham, cleric, John Westgarth, esq, Joseph Railton, cleric, Thomas Hudson, cleric and William Laidman, cleric
re-allotment of pews in Alston, Cumberland
proctor: Salkeld Hutchinson - prosecuting
Documents - allegation, note and petitions (1769)
1 folder, 8 ff.
Previously referenced 55
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1769/9: Ricardson v commissioners to allot pews, 1769 - 1777 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1770/16   1770
plaintiff: Mary Sanderson of South Shields, County Durham, wife of Thomas Sanderson, mariner
defendant: Dinah (alias Diana) Ferguson (alias Farguson) of South Shields, County Durham, wife of Thomas Ferguson (alias Farguson), mariner
defamation - theft
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - label, citation and libel
1 folder, 4 ff.
Previously referenced 55
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1770/17   1770
plaintiff: Mary Sanderson of South Shields, County Durham, wife of Thomas Sanderson, mariner
defendant: Elizabeth Howe of South Shields, County Durham, wife of John Howe, mariner
defamation - theft
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - label, citation and libel
1 folder, 4 ff.
Previously referenced 55
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1770/18   1770
plaintiff: Isabell Scott of East Herrington, Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham, wife of Thomas Scott
defendant: Phoebe Blyth of East Herrington, Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham, wife of William Blyth
defamation - whoredom
proctor: Hutchinson - prosecuting
Documents - citation and libel
1 folder, 3 ff.
Previously referenced 51 (but included on original label/list for number 58)
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1770/11: Scott v Blyth, 1770 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1770/19   1770
plaintiff: Dorothy Shevill of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, wife of James Shevill
defendant: Barbara Urwin, wife of Abraham Urwin of Newgate Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, victualler
defamation - whoredom
Documents - citation and libels
Includes libel by defendant against plaintiff on similar charge, by way of reconvention
1 folder, 5 ff.
Previously referenced 62
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1770/20   1770-1771
plaintiffs: Christian Smith of Durham St Nicholas, County Durham, widow; Nicholas Shuttleworth of Durham St Oswald, County Durham, esq
defendant: Jonathan Angus of Hindley, Bywell St Peter, Northumberland, yeoman
recovery of tithes of hay within Bywell St Peter, Northumberland
proctors: Braems Wheler - prosecuting; Bowlby - defending
Documents - citations, libel, answers, allegations, depositions, sentence and bill of costs
1 folder, 24 ff.
Previously referenced 60
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1770/12: Smith (et al.) v Angus, 1770 - 1771 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1770/21   1770-1771
promoter: Samuel Thompson of Durham St Oswald, County Durham, silversmith
defendant: Robert Hall of Durham St Oswald, County Durham, weaver
confirmation of pew in Durham St Oswald, County Durham
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Wheler - defending
Documents - citation, allegations, answers and bill of costs
1 folder, 15 ff.
Previously referenced 58
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1770/22   1770
plaintiff: George Turpin of Tynemouth, Northumberland, farmer (grandfather and next of kin of Ann Nickson) and Thomas Turpin, his son (uncle of Ann Nickson)
defendants: Clare Barkas, wife of George Barkas; Mary Chaytor, wife of Henry Chaytor
relating to: goods of Richard Nickson of Preston, Tynemouth, Northumberland, yeoman, widower (deceased); tuition of Ann Nickson, infant (his daughter)
probate cause - to grant admon of goods of Richard Nickson (for benefit of Ann Nickson), and tuition of Ann Nickson
proctor: Hutchinson - prosecuting
Documents - label, citation, affidavits and proxy
1 folder, 16 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1771/1   1771-1775
plaintiff: John Cay of Charlton, Northumberland, esq
defendant: George Rochester of North Charlton, Ellingham, Northumberland, plaisterer
recovery of tithes of oats and barley within North Charlton, Ellingham, Northumberland
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - label, citation, libel, allegation, answers, order (for extension of injunction against defendant, from another court, unspecified) and note
1 folder, 16 ff.
Previously referenced 67
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1771/2   1771-1772
plaintiff: Diana (alias Dinah) Cramlington of Monkwearmouth, County Durham, wife of William Cramlington, trimmer/keelman
defendant: Eleanor Bell of Monkwearmouth, County Durham, wife of Robert Bell, mariner
defamation - whoredom
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - label, citations, libel, interrogatories, depositions, sentence and bill of costs
1 folder, 13 ff.
Previously referenced 60
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1774/1: Cramlington v Bell, 1774 - 1775 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1771/3   1771-1773
promoter: George Dent of Caldwell, York, gent (cousin and one of next of kin of deceased)
defendant: William Blackett of Helmington Row, Auckland St Andrew, County Durham, or of Helmington Hall, Auckland St Andrew, County Durham, yeoman (cousin once removed, one of next of kin and administrator of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Nicholson of Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland, master mariner (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Wood - defending
Documents - label, monition, citation, inventory (with allegation), allegation and bill of costs
1 folder, 13 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1772/2: Dent v Blackett, 1772 - 1773 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1771/4   1771
promoter: George Erwin of Hawksteels [in] Keenley, Northumberland, yeoman (one of next of kin of deceased)
defendant: next of kin of deceased
relating to: goods of Thomas Erwin of Seevy Hill, Middleton in Teesdale, County Durham, miner (deceased)
probate cause - to grant admon
Document - monition
1 folder, 1 f.
Previously referenced 66
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1771/5   1771
promoter: Bryan Garry (Garrey) of Escomb, County Durham, yeoman (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Mary Clark, minor (daughter of deceased), acting by her guardian, Jane Clark of Bishop Auckland, Auckland St Andrew, County Durham, widow (relict of deceased and administratrix, for benefit of Mary Clark)
relating to: goods of Anthony Clark of Bishop Auckland, Auckland St Andrew, County Durham, tanner (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Wood - defending
Documents - label, citations, affidavit and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 13 ff.
Previously referenced 15
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1771/6   1771
plaintiff: Margaret Laverick of Durham St Margaret, County Durham, wife of Robert Laverick, yeoman
defendant: Sarah Ruddick of Durham St Margaret, County Durham, wife of Robert Ruddick, weaver
defamation - whoredom
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation and libel
Documents issued by/before dean and chapter of Durham cathedral, sede vacante
1 folder, 3 ff.
Previously referenced 61
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1771/7   1771-1772
plaintiff: Alexander Mackie of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, paper maker
defendant: Ann Wilson of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, spinster
defamation - adultery/fornication
proctor: Bowlby - prosecuting
Documents - label, citation, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 11 ff.
Previously referenced 67
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1771/8   1771-1772
plaintiff: Alexander Mackie of Sandgate, Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland, paper maker
defendant: Isabel Wilson of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland, widow
defamation - adultery/fornication
proctors: Bowlby - prosecuting; Braems Wheler - defending
Documents - label, citations, depositions, sentence and bill of costs
1 folder, 12 ff.
Previously referenced 67
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1771/9   1771
promoter: James Murray of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, gent (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Elizabeth Forth, wife of William Forth of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, innkeeper (sole executrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Rowland of Skinner Burn, Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, farmer (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Bowlby - prosecuting
Documents - label, citation and affidavit
1 folder, 4 ff.
Previously referenced 66
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1771/6: Murray v Firth, 1771 - 1772 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1771/10   1771
promoter: Timothy Parker of Sunderland, County Durham, fitter
defendant: Catherine Wright of Sunderland, County Durham, widow (sole executrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Matthew Wright of Sunderland, County Durham, master and mariner (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Wheler - defending
Document - inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1771/11   1771-1772
promoter: Charles Scorer of Swalwell, Whickham, County Durham, file cutter (eldest son and administrator of deceased)
defendant: William Scorer of Swalwell, Whickham, County Durham, agent (son of deceased), also son and sole executor of Susan Scorer of Swalwell, Whickham, County Durham, widow, deceased (while living, relict of deceased)
relating to: goods of Thomas Scorer of Swalwell, Whickham, County Durham, farmer (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Bowlby - prosecuting
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 5 ff.
Previously referenced 66
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1771/12   1771-1772
plaintiff: Dorothy Shevill, wife of James Shevill of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, pitman
defendant: Samuel Fewster of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, victualler
defamation - whoredom
Documents - citation, libel, depositions, sentence and bill of costs
Citation issued by dean and chapter of Durham cathedral, sede vacante
1 folder, 11 ff.
Previously referenced 60
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1771/13   1771
promoter: Nathaniel Yeats of Alston, Cumberland (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Joseph Reay (Reah) of Alston, Cumberland (creditor of deceased)
relating to: goods of Richard Walton of Alston, Cumberland (deceased)
probate cause - to grant admon
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Braems Wheler - defending
Documents - label, citations, affidavit and allegation
1 folder, 8 ff.
Previously referenced 66
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1772/1   1772-1773
plaintiff: Margaret Arrowsmith, wife of Thomas Arrowsmith of Sunderland, County Durham, mariner
defendant: Mary Coates (Coats), wife of Ralph Coates (Coats) of Spring Gardens, Sunderland, County Durham, sail maker
defamation - whoredom
proctors: Bowlby - prosecuting; Wood - defending
Documents - citation, libel, interrogatories, depositions, sentence and bill of costs
1 folder, 13 ff.
Previously referenced 61
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1772/2   1772
plaintiff: William Clifton, cleric (vicar of Embleton)
defendant: Joseph Clarke (alias Clark) of Morpeth, Morpeth, Northumberland, gent
recovery of tithes
proctor: Bowlby - prosecuting
Documents - label and citation
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1772/3   1772-1773
plaintiff: Mary Coates of Sunderland, Northumberland, wife of Ralph Coates, sail maker
defendant: Margaret Arrowsmith of Sunderland, County Durham, wife of Thomas Arrowsmith, mariner
defamation - whoredom
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - label, citations, libel, depositions, sentence and bill of costs
1 folder, 15 ff.
Previously referenced 61
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1772/1: Coats v Arrowsmith, 1772 - 1773 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1772/4   1767-1768, 1772-1778
promoter: James Donaldson of Hexham, Northumberland, shopkeeper (sole executor of deceased)
defendant: Elizabeth Brown of Whickham, County Durham, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: will of Thomas Brown of Whickham, County Durham, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to revoke admon granted to defendant, and confirm probate granted to promoter (appealed to York)
proctors: Peter Bowlby - prosecuting; George Wood, substituted in London by Nathaniel Bishop, substituted in York by Thomas Brook and Francis Wright - defending
Documents - label, probate (with copy of will dated 1767), citation, acts of court, condidit, depositions, affidavit, allegation (with draft will, undated, [1768]), answers, substitutions of proxies and letters of request (to London and York, to hear , certificates (from London and York, of having heard witness), interrogatories, will (dated 1767), sentence, inhibition (on appeal), monition (to transmit documents to York), wrapper (for documents?) and remission (from York)
The inhibition and monition issued on appeal to York are in the name of the dean and chapter of York cathedral, the York See being vacant. The citations against the promoter are issued from York, on letters of request from Durham (Hexham being part of York diocese)
6 folders, 98 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1773/2: Donaldson v Brown, 1773 - 1777 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1772/5   1772
promoters: John Garret (Garratt) of Morpeth, Northumberland, butcher; Elizabeth Garret (Garratt) of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, spinster (two of the children of deceased)
defendant: John Bell of Monkwearmouth, County Durham, gent (nephew and one of executors (and only acting executor) of deceased)
relating to: goods of Thomas Garret (Garratt) of Ellington Dean House, Northumberland, husbandman (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Wheler - defending
Documents - citation, excommunication and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 8 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1772/6   1772
promoters: Margery Hutchinson and Hannah Hutchinson, spinsters and minors (children, residuary legatees and administratrices of deceased), acting by their guardian, John Green of Broadwoodhead, Allendale, Northumberland, yeoman
defendant: Ann Hutchinson of Row of Kilhope, Stanhope, County Durham, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of William Hutchinson of Row of Kilhope, Stanhope, County Durham, miner (deceased)
probate cause - to revoke and re-grant admon
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Document - citation (with admon and draft citation attached)
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1772/7   1772-1773
plaintiff: Catharine Magennis of Sunderland, County Durham, wife of Burleigh Magennis, cordwainer
defendant: James Spencer of Sunderland, County Durham, cordwainer
defamation - whoredom
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Bowlby - defending
Documents - label, citations, libel, interrogatories, depositions, sentence and bill of costs
1 folder, 15 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1772/8   1772-1773
plaintiff: Catharine Magennis of Sunderland, County Durham, wife of Burleigh Magennis, cordwainer
defendant: Mary Spencer of Sunderland, County Durham, wife of James Spencer, cordwainer
defamation - whoredom
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Bowlby - defending
Documents - label, citations, libel, interrogatories, depositions, sentence and bill of costs
1 folder, 15 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1772/6: Magennis v Spencer, 1772 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1772/9   1772-1773
promoter: John Ord of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, gent (uncle and only next of kin of deceased)
defendants: Thomas Sibbit of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, mariner; Elizabeth Edgar of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, spinster (executors of deceased)
relating to: will of Christopher Sibbit of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Wheler and Bowlby - defending
Documents - label, citation, allegations, inventory, affidavits, interrogatories, depositions, note and sentence
1 folder, 35 ff.
Previously referenced 62
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1772/8: Ord v Sibbit (et al.), 1772 - 1773 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1772/10   1772
promoters: John Smith of Haltwhistle, Northumberland, yeoman; Mary Parker of Haltwhistle, Northumberland, wife of William Parker, yeoman (half brother and sister and two of next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Mary Smith of Burnfoot, Haltwhistle, Northumberland, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Joseph Smith of Haltwhistle, Northumberland, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Bowlby - defending
Documents - label, citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 8 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1770/13: Smith (et al.) v Smith, 1770 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1772/11   1772-1773
plaintiff: Jane Stubbington, wife of John Stubbington of Whitley, Tynemouth, Northumberland, yeoman
defendant: Mary Stephenson (alias Stevenson), wife of Anthony Stephenson (alias Stevenson) of Whitley, Tynemouth, Northumberland, yeoman
defamation - whoredom
proctors: Bowlby - prosecuting; Wood - defending
Documents - label, citations, certificate (of incapability of witnesses to appear) and depositions
1 folder, 11 ff.
Previously referenced 66
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1773/1   1773
plaintiff: James Anderson of Ilderton, Northumberland
defendant: James Philips of Eglingham, Northumberland
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel and absolution
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1773/2   1773-1774
promoter: Matthew Carr of Bothal, Northumberland (brother and one of reversionary legatees of deceased)
defendant: Joseph Sharp of Bothal, Northumberland, yeoman (one of executors of deceased)
relating to: goods of Thomas Carr of Pegsworth, Bothal, Northumberland, farmer (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory (with notes of action taken in the Court of Pleas, Durham)
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Bowlby - defending
Documents - citation, allegation and acts of court (of Pleas)
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1773/3   1773
plaintiff: Margaret Greenwell now of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland
defendant: John Greenwell (her husband) of Corbridge, Northumberland, surgeon
matrimonial cause - divorce for cruelty
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Bowlby - defending
Documents - label, citation, libel, affidavit, monition (to restore apparel) and allegations
1 folder, 19 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1773/4: Greenwell v Greenwell, 1773 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1773/4   1773
plaintiff: Henry Harvey of Ilderton, Northumberland
defendant: James Philips of Edlingham, Northumberland, or of Eglingham, Northumberland
defamation
Documents - label, libel and absolution
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1773/5   1773-1774
promoter: Jane Hill of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, widow (aunt and one of next of kin of deceased)
defendants: Jane Richardson of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, widow; Margaret Davis of Morpeth, Northumberland, wife of Marshall Davis (aunts and administratrices of deceased)
relating to: goods of Thomas Shipley of Morpeth, Northumberland (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Bowlby - defending
Documents - label, citations and allegation
1 folder, 9 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1773/6   1773-1775
plaintiffs: churchwardens of Kirknewton, Northumberland: Walter Ormston (alias Ormstone) and John Piercy (alias Pearcey) and Thomas Thompson and Thomas Strother of Kirknewton, Northumberland, yeomen
defendants: John Sharp, cleric (archdeacon of Northumberland); George Wood, gent (necessary promoter of the office of the judge in the archdeacon's court)
appeal from the archdeacon's court, in an original cause of correction (for not carrying out archdeacon's orders relating to repairs and furnishings of Kirknewton church and churchyard)
proctor: Peter Bowlby - prosecuting
Documents - label, appeal, citations (one with inhibition against archdeacon), monition (to transmit documents from archdeacon's court), acts of court (volume containing proceedings of archdeacon's court), libel, proxy, acts of court, note, sentence, of costs and monition (to pay costs)
1 folder & 1 volume, 29 ff. & 181 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1772/4: churchwardens v Sharp (et al.), 1772 - 1775 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1773/7   1773
plaintiff: Elizabeth Lawley, wife of William Lawley of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, mariner
defendant: Ann Richardson, wife of William Richardson of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, master mariner
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel and penance
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1773/8   1773
promoter: Mary Layton of Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, widow (relict of deceased)
defendants: John Rudd of Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, common brewer; William Robinson of Norton, County Durham, tanner (joint executors of deceased)
relating to: goods of William Layton of Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, innkeeper (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Bowlby - prosecuting
Documents - label and citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1773/9   1773-1775
plaintiff: James Scott, cleric (rector of Simonburn)
defendant: Thomas Kirsop (Kirsopp) of Curraw (Carraw), Simonburn, Northumberland, yeoman
recovery of tithes of hay, oats and barley, and Easter offering within Simonburn, Northumberland (cause taken to Court of Pleas)
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Wheler, later Bowlby - defending
Documents - label, citations, libel, allegations and inhibition (from Court of Pleas)
1 folder, 5 ff.
Fragile (inhibition is unfit for production)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1773/10   1773-1775
plaintiff: James Scott, cleric (rector of Simonburn)
defendant: Henry Tulip of Walwick, Simonburn, Northumberland, esq
recovery of tithes of hay within Simonburn, Northumberland (cause taken to Court of Pleas)
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Bowlby - defending
Documents - label, citations, libel, allegations and inhibition (from Court of Pleas)
1 folder, 13 ff.
Fragile (one allegation is unfit for production)
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1774/6: Scott v Tulip, 1774 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1773/11   1773-1774
promoter: John Smart, minor (only son, sole executor and universal legatee of deceased), acting by his guardian, Joseph Hunter of Westoe, County Durham, gent
defendant: Ann Smart of South Shields, County Durham, widow (relict and executrix of deceased)
relating to: will of Thomas Smart late of Wapping St John, Middlesex, last of South Shields, County Durham, mariner, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to revoke probate and re-grant admon
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Peter Bowlby - defending
Documents - will, probate, bond (of guardians), citation, allegation, proxies, letters of request (to London, to hear witnesses), interrogatories, depositions, certificate (from London, of hearing witnesses), sentence and inventory (with allegation and affidavit)
1 folder, 28 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1773/5: Smart v Smart, 1773 - 1774 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1773/12   1773-1774
plaintiff: Elizabeth Thwaits (alias Thwayts) of Kelloe, County Durham, spinster
defendant: Edward Dixon of Kelloe, County Durham, yeoman
defamation - whoredom
Documents - label, citations, libel, depositions, sentence and bill of costs
1 folder, 16 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1773/6: Thwaits v Dixon, 1773 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1773/13   1773
promoter: Anna Dorothea Wood of Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, spinster
defendant: all and singular
confirmation of pew in Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - label and citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1774/1   1774
plaintiff: Lewis Dutens, cleric (vicar of Eldon)
defendant: Robert Marshall of Cottonshopeburnfoot, Eldon, Northumberland, yeoman
recovery of tithes
proctor: Bowlby - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1774/2   1774
promoter: Frances Elliot, wife of Thomas Elliot of Hopehouse, Middleton in Teesdale, County Durham, yeoman, widow and administratrix of John Thompson of Riggside, Middleton in Teesdale, County Durham, miner, deceased (creditor of deceased)
defendant: John Teasdale of Whitlow, Kirkhaugh, Northumberland, yeoman (sole executor of deceased)
relating to: goods of Nicholas Teasdale of Whitlow, Kirkhaugh, Northumberland, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1774/2: Elliot v Teasdale, 1774 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1774/3   1774
plaintiff: Jane Joyce, wife of Jacob Joyce of Chester-le-Street, County Durham, yeoman
defendant: Mary Dalton of Chester-le-Street, County Durham, spinster
defamation
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1774/4   1774
plaintiff: Mary Knight, wife of Thomas Knight of Tynemouth, Northumberland, mariner
defendant: John Rawlings (alias Rowlands) of Tynemouth, Northumberland
defamation - whoredom
Documents - citation and libel
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1774/5   1774
promoter: Mary Noble of South Street, Durham City, County Durham, widow (only sister and next of kin, and universal legatee of deceased)
defendant: William Pratt of Whalton, Northumberland, yeoman (half-nephew of deceased)
relating to: will of Michael Pratt of Ferryhill, Merrington, County Durham, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to prove nuncupative will
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Bowlby - defending
Documents - citation, allegation, interrogatories, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 13 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1774/3: Noble v Pratt, 1774 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1774/6   1774
promoter: Ann Ord of Aycliffe, County Durham, widow (creditrix of deceased)
defendant: Ann Dobinson of High Coniscliffe, Coniscliffe, County Durham, widow (relict and sole executrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of William Dobinson of High Coniscliffe, Coniscliffe, County Durham, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1774/7   1774
plaintiff: Phoebe Peart of Morley, Brancepeth, County Durham, spinster
defendant: Dorothy Dixon, wife of William Dixon of Brancepeth Pitt Houses, Brancepeth, County Durham, yeoman
defamation - whoredom
Documents - citation, libel, depositions, sentence and bill of costs
1 folder, 11 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1774/5: Peart v Dixon, 1774 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1774/8   1774
plaintiff: Mary Scott of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland, wife of Thomas Scott, keelman
defendant: John Reay of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland, keelman
defamation
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1774/9   1774
promoter: John Tinker of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, master and mariner
defendants: Susanna Towns of South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, widow; John Towns (her son) of South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, grocer
confirmation of pew in South Shields St Hilda, County Durham
proctors: Bowlby - prosecuting; George Wood - defending
Documents - label, citations, act of court and allegations
one citation taken out by defendants against all and singular
1 folder, 8 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1774/7: Tinker v Towns (et al.), 1774 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1775/1   1775
promoter: Mary Ilderton of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, widow (relict of deceased)
defendant: Charles Ilderton of Swalwell, County Durham, gent (son and administrator of deceased)
relating to: goods of Sanderson Ilderton of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory and to revoke admon
proctor: Bowlby - prosecuting
Documents - label, citation and affidavit
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1775/2   1775
promoters: Thomas Parke and William Parke (joint executors and residuary legatees of deceased)
defendant: Benjamin March (sole executor and residuary legatee of James Waistell alias Wastell, deceased)
relating to: will of Hannah Waistell (alias Wastell) heretofore of Claypath, Durham City, County Durham, late of Durham St Margaret, County Durham, widow (deceased; while living, the relict of James Waistell alias Wastell of Claypath, gent, deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctors: Wood - prosecuting; Bowlby - defending
Documents - label, citation, interrogatories, depositions, inventory (with allegation) and sentence
1 folder, 13 ff.
Previously referenced 68
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1775/2: Parke (et al.) v March, 1775 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1775/3   1775
plaintiff: Ann Wall of Witton-le-Wear, County Durham, wife of Johnson Wall, yeoman
defendant: John Hopper of Witton-le-Wear, County Durham, wright
defamation - whoredom
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - label, citations, libel, depositions, sentence and bill of costs
1 folder, 13 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1776/1   1776-1777
plaintiff: Dorothy Armstrong (later Hunter) of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, spinster (later married), later wife of James Hunter of Gateshead, County Durham
defendant: Alice Hart (alias Heart) of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, wife of John Hart (alias Heart)
defamation - whoredom
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation, libel, interrogatories and depositions
1 folder, 10 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1776/1: Armstrong v Hart, 1776 - 1777 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1776/2   1776
plaintiff: Grace Featherstone of Stanhope, County Durham
defendant: Ralph Featherstone (her husband) of Stanhope, County Durham, miner
matrimonial cause - restitution of conjugal rights
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Bowlby - defending
Documents - citations, libel, affidavit and allegation
1 folder, 8 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1776/2: Featherstone v Featherstone, 1776 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1776/3   1776
plaintiff: Isabel Hardy of Durham St Nicholas, County Durham, spinster
defendant: Mary Hinds (alias Mitchell), wife of John Hinds (alias Mitchell) of Durham St Nicholas, County Durham, breeches maker
defamation - whoredom
proctor: John Hays - prosecuting
Documents - citation, libel and sentence
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1776/4   1776-1777
plaintiff: Mary Isaacson (or Cornforth) of Durham St Giles, County Durham
defendant: John Isaacson of The Pudding Chair, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, gent
matrimonial cause - restitution of conjugal rights (appealed to York court)
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation, proxy, libel (with copy parish register entry), inhibition (on appeal) and monition (to transmit documents to York)
1 folder, 11 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1776/3: Isaacson v Isaacson, 1776 - 1778 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1776/5   1776-1777
plaintiff: Elizabeth Kirton of Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, wife of Thomas Kirton, surgeon
defendant: Ann Todd of Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, widow
defamation - whoredom
proctor: John Hays - prosecuting
Documents - libel, interrogatories, citation and bill of costs
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1776/6   1776
plaintiff: John Manners of Gilligate, Durham St Giles, County Durham, gardener
defendant: Grace Bates of Gilligate, Durham St Giles, County Durham, widow
defamation - whoredom
proctor: John Hays - prosecuting
Documents - citation, libel, depositions, sentence and bill of costs
1 folder, 11 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1776/7   1776
plaintiff: Martha Oliver of Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland, wife of William Oliver, gardener
defendant: Bartholomew Saunderson of Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland, bricklayer
defamation
Document - excommunication
1 folder, 2 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1776/5: Wallace v Moor, 1776 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1776/8   1776
plaintiff: Thomas Wallace of Tanfield, County Durham, skinner
defendant: William Moor of Lanchester, County Durham, weaver
defamation
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation and allegation (with copy of parish register entry)
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1776/9   1776
promoter: Cornelis Willemson of , Middleburg, Zealand (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Jane Wilkinson of Sunderland, County Durham, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Wilkinson of Sunderland, County Durham, master mariner (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: John Hays - prosecuting
Documents - citation and affidavits
1 folder, 6 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1776/7: Wilson v Raw, 1776 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1776/10   1776
promoter: Robert Wilson of Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, gent (brother and one of next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Jane Raw of Stockton, Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, wife of John Raw, grocer (sister and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Wilson of Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, surgeon, apothecary (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Bowlby - defending
Documents - citation, allegation and act of court
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1777/1   1769, 1777
promoter: John Blackett, esq (son and sole executor of deceased)
defendant: next of kin of deceased
relating to: will of John Blackett of Wylam, Ovingham, Northumberland, esq (deceased)
probate cause - to revoke and re-grant probate
proctor: Bowlby - prosecuting
Documents - bond (of executor, dated 1769), citation, allegation and depositions
1 folder, 10 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1773/1B: Bowlby v Dixon, 1773 - 1778 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1777/2   1777-1778
plaintiff: Peter Bowlby, proctor (Consistory court)
defendants: William Dixon of Tynemouth, Northumberland, gent; later, Theodosia Dixon (his executrix) of North Shields, Northumberland, widow
recovery of fees
Documents - citations and libel
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1777/3   1777-1779
plaintiff: Jane Dobson, wife of Benjamin Dobson of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, mariner
defendant: Jane Weatherburn, wife of John Weatherburn of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, mariner
defamation - whoredom
proctors: John Hays - prosecuting; Wood - defending
Documents - citation, interrogatories, depositions and allegation
1 folder, 17 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1777/4   1777
plaintiff: [Lewis] Dutens, cleric (rector of Elsdon)
defendant: bishop of Durham (et al.)
caveat against institution to Corsenside rectory (possibly not for a Consistory Court cause)
Document - notes
1 folder, 2 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1777/2: Elrington (et al.) v Allinson, 1777 - 1780 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1777/5   1777-1781
promoters: Mary Elrington (alias Ellington) and Ruth Elrington (alias Ellington) and Prudence Elrington (alias Ellington) and Ann Elrington (alias Ellington) of Locky Mill, County Durham, spinsters and minors (granddaughters of deceased), acting by their guardian John Elrington (alias Ellington), their father, of Locky Mill, County Durham, later of Framwelgate, Durham St Margaret, County Durham, miller
defendant: William Allinson of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, gent (son and administrator of deceased); also, at the promotion of William Allinson, against Ann Allinson of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, wife of John Allinson (daughter of deceased and possessor of her wearing apparel)
relating to: goods of Ann Allinson of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, widow (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory (appealed to York courts)
proctors: Bowlby - prosecuting; Wood - defending
Documents - citations, allegation, affidavits, inventory (with allegation), list of acts, inhibition (on appeal), monitions (to transmit documents to York court) and remission (from York, on failure of appeal)
1 folder, 29 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1777/6   1777
promoter: Anthony Hanby of Bowes, York, yeoman (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Isabella Johnson of Stenton, Barnard Castle, County Durham, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Richard Johnson of Stenton, Barnard Castle, County Durham, cordwainer (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory and to revoke admon
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Bowlby - defending
Documents - citation, affidavit and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1777/7   1777-1778
plaintiff: Joseph Hindhaugh of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, watch maker
defendant: William Magna of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, shipwright
defamation - whoredom
proctor: John Hays - prosecuting
Documents - citation and libel
citation found in trunk 320 of the March 1975 deposit
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1777/8   1777-1778
plaintiff: Ann Hogg of Sunderland, County Durham, wife of John Hogg, sailmaker
defendant: Elizabeth Rogers of Monkwearmouth Shore, Monkwearmouth, County Durham, wife of Andrew Rogers, master and mariner
defamation - whoredom
Documents - citation, libel and depositions
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1777/9   1767, 1777
promoter: John Lawson (son, sole executor (alleged) and residuary legatee of deceased)
defendants: John Lawson of Longhurst, Bothal, Northumberland, gent; John Cook of Warkworth, Northumberland, gent (alleged executors of deceased)
relating to: will of John Lawson of Old Moor, Bothal, Northumberland, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to revoke and re-grant probate
proctor: Bowlby - prosecuting
Documents - probate, citation, allegation and depositions
1 folder, 20 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1777/10   1777
promoter: Robert Lisle of Morpeth, Northumberland, esq (creditor of deceased)
defendant: George Nichols of Morpeth, Northumberland (administrator of deceased)
relating to: goods of George Nichols of Morpeth, Northumberland, hatter (deceased), relating to goods left unadministered by Barbara Nichols, spinster, deceased (daughter and sole executrix of deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: John Hays - prosecuting
Documents - citation and affidavit
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1777/11   1777
promoter: Mary Pratt, widow, minor, acting by her guardian, Anthony Gregson of Lowlin, Newcastle upon Tyne, gent
defendant: William Pratt, esq
relating to: goods of David Pratt of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, esq (deceased)
probate cause - to grant admon
proctor: Bowlby - prosecuting
Documents - monition, affidavits, grant of admon (granted to Matthew Forster of Berwick-upon-Tweed, esq, pending outcome of cause), bond (of administrator) and renunciation (of admon)
1 folder, 8 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1777/12   1777-1779
promoter: William Rodds of New Elvet, Durham City, County Durham, blacksmith (nephew and one of next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Ann James of Sunderland, County Durham, widow (sole executrix of deceased)
relating to: will of Dorothy Fenwick of Sunderland, County Durham, widow (deceased)
probate cause - to revoke will and re-grant admon
proctor: John Hays - defending
Documents - citations, condidit, interrogatories, depositions, inventory (with allegation) and sentence
1 folder, 23 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1777/13   1777
promoter: Ralph Simpson of Cotherstone, York, yeoman (uncle and only next of kin of deceased)
defendant: William Blackett of Shul, Hamsterley, County Durham, esq (cousin once removed and administrator of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Nicholson of Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Newcastle upon Tyne, mariner (deceased)
probate cause - to revoke and re-grant admon
proctor: John Hays - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1777/14   1777-1778
promoter: Thomas Stokell (Stokeld), maltster, John Walker, maltster and Henry Robson of Darlington, County Durham, grocer (creditors of deceased)
defendants: Thomas Ridsdale of Darlington, County Durham, gent; John Ridsdale of Sunderland, County Durham, gent (sons and joint executors of deceased)
relating to: goods of Elizabeth Ridsdale of Darlington, County Durham, widow (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Hays - defending
Documents - citation, affidavit and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 10 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1778/1   1778
plaintiff: Jean Brown of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, wife of Samuel Brown, dyer
defendant: John Guthrie of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
defamation - whoredom
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Peter Bowlby - defending
Documents - citation, libel, excommunication, absolution and proxy
1 folder, 8 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1778/1: Brown v How (et al.), 1778 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1778/2   1778
plaintiff: Jean Brown of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, wife of Samuel Brown, dyer
defendant: Robert How of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
defamation - whoredom
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Peter Bowlby - defending
Documents - citation, libel, excommunication, absolution and proxy
1 folder, 8 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1778/3   1778-1779
plaintiff: Hannah Calbreath of Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham, wife of John Calbreath, schoolmaster
defendant: Thomas Gelson, the younger of Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham, carpenter
defamation - whoredom
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation and libel
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1778/4   1778
promoter: Henry Egerton, cleric (rector of Bishopwearmouth)
defendant: John Pemberton of Bainbridge Holme, Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, gent
correction for opening grave without licence, Bishopwearmouth, County Durham
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; John Hays - defending
Documents - proxies, bond, citation, articles, plea, acts of court and notes
acts of court also for cause promoted by Henry Egerton against Anthony Story, 1778
1 folder, 17 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1778/5   1778
promoter: Henry Egerton, cleric (rector of Bishopwearmouth)
defendant: Anthony Story of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, esq
correction for opening grave without licence, Bishopwearmouth, County Durham
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; John Hays - defending
Documents - citation, bond, proxies, articles, plea and act of court
1 folder, 14 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1778/6   1778
promoter: Robert Emmerson of Boldon, County Durham (brother of deceased)
defendant: Margaret Emmerson late of Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham, now of Durham St Giles, County Durham, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Thomas Emmerson of Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Hays - defending
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1778/7   1778
plaintiff: Mary Lockart of Ovingham, Northumberland, wife of Ninnion (alias Ninnian) Lockart, cordwainer
defendant: Mary Fittess (alias Fittiss) of Ovingham, Northumberland, wife of John Fittess (alias Fittiss), yeoman
defamation
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1778/8   1778
promoters: George Ridsdale and William Pearson of Sunderland, County Durham, gentlemen (principal creditors of deceased)
defendant: Ann James of Sunderland, County Durham, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Matthew James of Sunderland, County Durham, master mariner (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Hays - defending
Documents - citation, affidavit and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1778/9   1778
plaintiff: James Robson, cleric (vicar of Aycliffe)
defendants: John Burdon and Rowland (alias Rowlands) Whittingham of Aycliffe, Aycliffe, County Durham, yeomen
recovery of tithes of lambs and wool, and St Andrew's day offering within Aycliffe, County Durham
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation, libel and answers
1 folder, 9 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1778/2: Robson v Burdon (et al.), 1778 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1778/10   1778-1779
plaintiff: James Scott, cleric (rector of Simonburn)
defendant: Lancelot Allgood of Simonburn, Northumberland, knight
recovery of tithes of honey and beeswax within Simonburn, Northumberland
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation, libel and bill of costs
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1778/11   1778
plaintiff: James Scott, cleric (rector of Simonburn)
defendant: Edward Hunter of Greenhaugh, Simonburn, Northumberland, yeoman
recovery of tithes of hay within Simonburn, Northumberland
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation and libel
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1778/12   1778-1779
plaintiff: James Scott, cleric (rector of Simonburn)
defendant: Edward Nicholson of Fenwick Field, Simonburn, Northumberland, yeoman
recovery of tithes of cattle within Simonburn, Northumberland
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Bowlby - defending
Documents - citation, libel, allegation, acts of court, notes and bill of costs
1 folder, 11 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1778/3: Scott v Nicholson, 1778 - 1779 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1778/13   1778
promoter: Sarah Wilkinson, widow, relict of deceased
defendants: Joseph Atkinson of Sunderland, ropemaker, and [Robert] Walker of Sunderland, master and mariner, executors of deceased
relating to: goods of George Wilkinson of Sunderland, County Durham, master and mariner (deceased)
probate cause - [to exhibit inventory]
Identification of parties uncertain
Document - declaration (instead of an inventory)
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1779/1   1779
promoter: Jane Clark of Bishop Auckland, Auckland St Andrew, County Durham, widow (daughter of deceased)
defendant: Mary Vasey of Bishop Auckland, Auckland St Andrew, County Durham, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Thomas Vasey of Bishop Auckland, Auckland St Andrew, County Durham, farrier (deceased)
probate cause - to revoke admon and to exhibit inventory
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1779/2   1779
promoter: William Cramlington of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland, esq (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Margaret Scott of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland, widow (relict and sole executrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Shalto Scott of The North Shore, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, last of Edinburgh, North Britain, master mariner (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1779/3   1779
plaintiff: Elizabeth Finch of Gillygate, Durham St Giles, County Durham
defendant: Samuel Finch (her husband) of Crosgate, Durham St Margaret, County Durham, house carpenter
matrimonial cause - divorce for cruelty
proctors: Bowlby - prosecuting; Wood - defending
Documents - citations, allegations, interrogatories, depositions and answers
1 folder, 40 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1779/3: Finch v Finch, 1779, 1783 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1779/4   1779
promoter: John Harrison of Fishburn, Sedgefield, County Durham, yeoman (first cousin and next of kin of deceased)
defendant: John Harrison of Blakiston High Middle Field House, Norton, County Durham, yeoman (cousin and next of kin of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Harrison of Whinney House, Lanchester, County Durham, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to grant admon
proctors: Bowlby - prosecuting; Wood - defending
Documents - citation, allegations (with parish register extracts) and bill of costs
1 folder, 41 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1779/5   1779-1780
promoter: Elizabeth Irwin of Barhaugh, Northumberland, wife of William Irwin, husbandman (sister and one of next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Martha Henderson of Sheep Ridge (alias Sheepriggs), Alston, Cumberland, widow (mother and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Thomas Henderson of Sheep Ridge (alias Sheepriggs), Alston, Cumberland, bachelor (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Hays - defending
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 8 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1779/6   1779
plaintiff: Mable Marshall of Flatts, Chester-le-Street, County Durham, wife of Edward Marshell
defendant: Mary Greenwell of Flatts, Chester-le-Street, County Durham, wife of George Greenwell
defamation
proctor: John Hays - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1779/7   1779
plaintiff: Ann Minsey of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland, wife of Andrew Minsey, maltster
defendant: Barbara Saunderson of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland, spinster
defamation
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation and certificate (settlement of cause)
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1779/8   1779-1783
promoter: Mary Rudston of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, housekeeper, widow
defendants: Henry Major and Thomas Waters of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, master mariners
confirmation of pew in South Shields St Hilda, County Durham
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; John Hays - defending
Documents - citations and depositions
3 folders, 55 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1780/4: Rudston v Major (et al.), 1780 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1779/9   1779
promoter: Martin Wylam of Penshaw, County Durham, gent (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Isabella Ridsdale of Sunderland, County Durham, widow (relict and sole executrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of George Ridsdale of Sunderland, County Durham, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Bowlby - prosecuting
Documents - citation and affidavit
1 folder, 3 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1779/7: Wylam v Ridsdale, 1779 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1780/1   1780
promoter: Michael Bellerby of Auckland St Andrew, County Durham, yeoman (son and legatee of deceased)
defendants: George Bellerby of Auckland St Andrew, County Durham, cooper; Margaret Stobbs of Auckland St Andrew, County Durham, wife of George Stobbs, weaver (son and daughter of deceased)
relating to: will of Michael Bellerby of Auckland St Andrew, County Durham, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit will
proctor: Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation, affidavit and allegation
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1780/2   1780
promoter: Catherine Cock of Billingham, County Durham, spinster (sister and only next of kin of deceased)
defendants: Thomas Smith of Norton, County Durham, gent; Robert Nesbit of Hetton Lane House, County Durham, yeoman (joint executors of deceased)
relating to: goods of Thomas Cock of Billingham, County Durham, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to grant admon
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Bowlby - defending
Documents - citation and allegation
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1780/3   1780-1781
promoter: Thomas Collin of Sunderland, County Durham, gent (creditor of deceased)
defendant: John Davison of Monkwearmouth, County Durham, master mariner (son and administrator of deceased)
relating to: goods of William Davison of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, master mariner, widower (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Hays - defending
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1780/4   1779-1781
promoters: Mary Davis of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, widow; Mary Jackson of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, wife of Paul Jackson, merchant (joint executrixes of deceased)
defendant: Jane French of Tynemouth, Northumberland, spinster (executrix of deceased)
relating to: will of Eleanora Lyon, spinster (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Hays - defending
Documents - citations, allegation, interrogatories, depositions, commissions, wills (1779 and n.d.), answers and act of court
1 folder, 44 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1780/5   1780
promoters: John Dixon and William Dixon of Hawkwell, Northumberland, beer brewers and copartners
defendant: [unknown]
relating to: goods of James Stuart of Heddon-on-the-Wall, Northumberland, victualler (deceased)
probate cause
identification of cause uncertain
Document - affidavit (by William Morrison of Hawkwell, agent to John Dixon and William Dixon)
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1780/6   1780
promoter: Mary Liddle (alias Liddell) of North Allerton, York, spinster (daughter and sole executrix of deceased)
defendants: William Smith and James Liddle (alias Liddell), yeomen (executors of deceased)
relating to: will of John Liddle (Liddell) of Low Moor, Osmotherley, York, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to revoke and re-grant probate
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation and affidavit
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1780/7   1780
plaintiff: Dorothy Shevill, wife of James Shevill of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, yeoman
defendant: Isabel Todd, wife of William Todd of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, yeoman
defamation - whoredom
proctor: Bowlby - prosecuting
Documents - sentence and citation
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1780/8   1780
plaintiff: Dorothy Shevill, wife of James Shevill of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, yeoman
defendant: William Todd of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, yeoman
defamation - whoredom
Document - sentence
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1780/9   1780
promoter: George Thompson of Sunderland, County Durham, gent
defendants: churchwardens of Sunderland, County Durham: George Parker and Preston Wood of Sunderland, County Durham
correction for neglect of duty, Sunderland St John, Sunderland, County Durham
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; John Hays - defending
Documents - citation, bond and proxies
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1780/10   1780
promoter: Thomas Thompson of Sunderland, County Durham, coal fitter (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Anthony Clapham of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, common brewer (one of the executors (and only acting executor) of deceased)
relating to: goods of Francis Clapham of Sunderland, County Durham, coal fitter (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: John Hays - prosecuting; Wood - defending
Documents - citation, affidavit and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 22 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1780/11   1780
plaintiff: Margaret Tinkler, wife of Thomas Tinkler of Bishop Auckland, Auckland St Andrew, County Durham, innkeeper
defendant: Mary Burnett, wife of Thomas Burnett of Bishop Auckland, Auckland St Andrew, County Durham, yeoman
defamation - whoredom
Document - sentence
1 folder, 2 ff.
See also DDR/EJ/PRC/2/1779/5: Tinkler v Burnet, 1779 - 1780 (date of cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1780/12   1780
promoter: John Wilson of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, tobacconist (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Mary Brambel of North Garth, Sunderland, County Durham, widow (administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of William Pearson of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, shopkeeper (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Bowlby - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1781/1   1781
promoter: Ralph Coulthard of Wearshead, Stanhope, County Durham, yeoman (brother, one of next of kin and legatee of deceased)
defendant: Elizabeth Carrick, wife of Arthur Carrick of Barnard Castle, County Durham, merchant (sole executrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of William Coulthard of Barnard Castle, County Durham, shopkeeper (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Marsden - defending
Documents - citation, inventory and allegation
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1781/2   1781-1782
promoter: John French of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, gent (creditor of deceased), prosecuted after his death by Frances French, widow (his relict and administratrix)
defendants: Joseph Paxton and William Nesbitt of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, gentlemen (executors of deceased)
relating to: goods of Matthew Reed of The Leazes, Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland, formerly of Gateshead, County Durham, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Marsden - defending
Documents - inventory (with allegation) and affidavit
1 folder, 8 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1781/3   1781-1783
plaintiff: John Gagnier, cleric (vicar of Stranton)
defendant: John Stonehouse of West Hall, Stranton, County Durham, yeoman
recovery of tithes and St Andrew's day offering within Stranton, County Durham
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Hays - defending
Documents - citation, libel, answers, acts of court and allegation
1 folder, 16 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1781/4   1781
promoters: Elizabeth Harbottle of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, widow; Thomas Harbottle of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, merchant; Thomas Dockwray of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, doctor in divinity; John Bell of Hexham, Northumberland, gent, administrators and trustees of William Harbottle of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, merchant (as such, creditors of deceased)
defendant: Jonathan Sorsbie of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, gent (only child and next of kin, and administrator of deceased)
relating to: goods of Jonathan Sorsbie of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Marsden - defending
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 8 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1781/5   1781
promoter: Ann Marshall (n?Hudson) of Alnwick, Northumberland, wife of Joseph Marshall, joiner (granddaughter and legatee of deceased)
defendant: John Thompson of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, fitter (sole executor of deceased)
relating to: goods of Elizabeth Hudson of The Ballast Hills, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, widow (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory (subtraction of legacy)
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Hays - defending
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1781/6   1781
promoter: John Moss of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, gent (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Elizabeth Bowser of Sunderland, County Durham, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of William Bowser of Sunderland, County Durham, master and mariner (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Wood - defending
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1781/7   1781
promoters: chapelwardens of Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland: John Clutterbuck of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, esq; James Wilkinson of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, merchant; Richard Stephenson of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, linen draper; Robert Lisle of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, hoastman
defendants: late chapelwardens of Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland: Thomas Thompson of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, sadler; James Trotter of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, innkeeper; Thomas Slack of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, printer; William Thompson of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland
to exhibit accounts, Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1781/8   1781
promoter: Frances Summers, wife of Richard Summers of Durham St Giles, County Durham, shoemaker (daughter and one of next of kin of deceased)
defendant: John Brown of West Parks, Brancepeth, County Durham, yeoman (son and administrator of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Brown of Durham St Giles, County Durham, cheesemonger (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: John Hays - prosecuting; Wood - defending
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1781/9   1781-1782
plaintiff: Joseph Watkins, cleric (vicar of Merrington)
defendant: Thomas Rudd of Merrington, County Durham, yeoman
recovery of tithes of lambs, wool, calves and geese within Merrington, County Durham
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 10 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1782/1   1782
plaintiff: Isabella Brown of North Shields, Northumberland, widow
defendant: Margaret Tate, wife of George Tate of North Shields, Northumberland, master mariner
defamation - whoredom
proctor: John Hays - prosecuting
Documents - citation and libel
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1782/2   1782
plaintiff: Elizabeth Dale of North Shields, Northumberland, wife of John Dale, mariner
defendant: Lowry (alias Lawrence) Reed of Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland, gardener
defamation - whoredom
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation and libel
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1782/3   1782
promoters: William Markham of Hurworth, County Durham (legatee of deceased); Jane Markham (n?Johnson) (his wife) (daughter and legatee of deceased)
defendant: Thomas Johnson of Hurworth, County Durham, yeoman (son and sole executor of deceased)
relating to: goods of Thomas Johnson formerly of Hurworth, County Durham, late of Blackwell, Darlington, County Durham, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory (subtraction of legacy)
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1782/4   1782-1783
promoter: George Fife Richardson of Sedgefield, County Durham, infant (only child of deceased), acting by his guardian, George Fife, his grandfather, of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland
defendant: Ann Richardson of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland, widow (relict of deceased)
relating to: will of David Richardson of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland, haberdasher (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit will or grant of admon, and to exhibit inventory
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation and affidavits
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1782/5   1782
plaintiff: Jane Short of Rainton Pit Houses, Pittington, County Durham, wife of Ralph Short, banksman
defendant: Ann Fenton of West Rainton, Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham, wife of George Fenton, banksman
defamation - whoredom
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation, libel and depositions
1 folder, 9 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1782/6   1782-1783
promoters: Jane Whitfield of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland, widow; Elizabeth Hewitson of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, wife of John Hewitson (aunts and only next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Robert Grey, the younger of Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland, bricklayer (trustee and legatee of deceased)
relating to: will of Sarah Wright of Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland, spinster (deceased)
probate cause - disputed nuncupative will
proctors: John Hays - prosecuting; Wood - defending
Documents - citation, allegation, will (1782), releases (of executor by beneficiaries), depositions and proxy
1 folder, 32 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1782/7   1782
plaintiff: William Wilson of Alnwick, Northumberland
defendant: Mary Carr of Alnwick, Northumberland, wife of Charles Carr, cordwainer
defamation - whoredom
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation and libel
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1783/1   1783
promoter: Charles Armstrong of West Bolden, County Durham, yeoman (nephew of deceased)
defendant: Ann Armstrong of Satley, Lanchester, County Durham, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Francis Armstrong of Satley, Lanchester, County Durham, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1783/2   1783
plaintiffs: Charles Bennet, earl of Tankerville; Ralph Fenwick of Embleton, Northumberland (his tenant)
defendant: vicar, churchwardens, parishioners and inhabitants of Embleton, Northumberland
confirmation of pew in Embleton, Northumberland
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1783/3   1783
promoter: Peter Bowlby of South Bailey, (Durham St Mary the Less), County Durham, proctor (Consistory court) (creditor of deceased)
defendant: John Robson of Crossgate, Durham St Margaret, County Durham, clerk (sole executor of deceased)
relating to: goods of Samuel Finch of Crosgate, Durham St Margaret, County Durham, joiner (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: John Hays - prosecuting; Wood - defending
Documents - citation, allegation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 9 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1783/4   1783
promoter: Thomas Clark of Harlowe Green, Lamesley, County Durham (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Dorothy Dodd of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Dodd of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland, butcher (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Hays - defending
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1783/5   1783-1784
plaintiff: Jane Elliott (Elliot) of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland
defendant: Elizabeth Conyers of Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland, wife of Leonard Conyers, yeoman
defamation - whoredom
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation, libel and excommunication
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1783/6   1783
plaintiff: Jane Elliott of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, widow
defendant: Jane Wallis of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, wife of Thomas Wallis, joiner
defamation - whoredom
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation and libel
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1783/7   1783
promoter: Robert Green of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, saddler (only child and next of kin of deceased)
defendants: Jane Appleby and Hannah Appleby, spinsters (two of the grandchildren of deceased); William Green and Francis Green, surgeons (two of the nephews of deceased)
relating to: will of Robert Green of Beamish, County Durham, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctors: John Hays - prosecuting; George Wood - defending
Documents - citation, renunciation (by executors), proxies, allegation, replies, retraction of renunciation (by executor) and wrapper for will
1 folder, 21 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1783/8   1783
promoter: Jane Huntley of Gateshead, County Durham, wife of John Huntley, gent (daughter and legatee of deceased)
defendant: Mary Kirsop (heretofore Rose), wife of John Kirsop of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, linen draper (sole executrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Elizabeth Wilson of Gateshead, County Durham, widow (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1783/9   1783
promoter: Mary Kirsop (heretofore Wilson), wife of John Kirsop of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, linen draper (niece and legatee of deceased)
defendants: John Huntley and Thomas Laybourn of Gateshead, County Durham, gentlemen (executors of deceased)
relating to: goods of Thomas Donnison of Gateshead, County Durham, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: John Hays - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1783/10   1783
promoters: Robert Park (Parke) of Sunderland, County Durham, master and mariner; Dorothy James of Sunderland, County Durham, wife of Daniel James, master mariner (nephew and niece and two of next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Margaret Dodds of Bedlington, North Durham, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of George Dodds of Bedlington, North Durham, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Hays - defending
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1783/11   1783
promoter: William Taylor of Christon Bank, Embleton, Northumberland, gent
defendant: vicar, churchwardens, parishioners [and inhabitants] of Embleton, Northumberland
confirmation of pew in Embleton, Northumberland
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1783/12   1783
plaintiff: Margaret Teasdale of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, wife of William Teasdale
defendant: William Thompson of Sunderland, County Durham, butcher
defamation
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1784/1   1784
promoter: Elizabeth Baynes (n?Calbreath), wife of William Baynes of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, yeoman, administratrix of Andrew Calbreath of Hasler Hospital, Portsmouth, Southampton, heretofore of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, mariner, bachelor and deceased (for the use of Andrew Calbreath and James Calbreath, her sons, minors, nephews and only next of kin of Andrew Calbreath, mariner, in a cause of subtraction of legacy bequeathed by Andrew Calbreath, yeoman, to Andrew Calbreath, mariner)
defendants: William Aynsley of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland, tailor; John Fife of Castle Garth, Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland, staymaker (surviving executors of deceased)
relating to: goods of Andrew Calbreath of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory (subtraction of legacy)
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1784/2   1784
promoter: Mary Blacklock, wife of William Blacklock of Tynemouth, Northumberland, bricklayer (sole executrix of deceased)
defendant: John Hutchinson of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, master mariner (executor of deceased)
relating to: will of Joseph Hutchinson of Tynemouth, Northumberland, silversmith (deceased)
probate cause - to revoke and re-grant probate, and to exhibit inventory
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1784/3   1784
plaintiff: Robert Fenwick of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland, cheesemonger
defendant: John Hutchinson of Lamesley, County Durham, yeoman
defamation - whoredom
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citations, libel, depositions, sentence and bill of costs
1 folder, 12 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1784/4   1784
plaintiff: John Gagnier, cleric (vicar of Stranton)
defendant: Thomas Bradley of Stranton, County Durham, yeoman
recovery of tithes of potatoes and St Andrew's day offering within Stranton, County Durham
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation and libel
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1784/5   1772, 1784
promoters: Robert Jackson of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, clerk; William Smith of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, salt merchant; Matthew Lowes of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, Methodist preacher (executors of deceased)
defendant: Mary Thompson of Holler Bush, Lanchester, County Durham, widow, administratrix of goods of deceased left unadministered by Jane Bell, widow, deceased (sole executrix of deceased)
relating to: will of William Bell of Gateshead Fell, Gateshead, County Durham, waggon-wright (deceased)
probate cause - to revoke and re-grant probate, and to exhibit inventory
Documents - admon (de bonis non), citation and will (1772)
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1784/6   1784
plaintiff: Eleanor Johnson, wife of John Johnson of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, mariner
defendant: Elizabeth Leister (alias Lister) of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, widow
defamation
proctor: John Hays - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1784/7   1784-1786
promoter: Sarah Lee of Glassonby, Addingham, Cumberland, widow (relict and legatee of deceased)
defendants: Thomas Lee of Knarsdale, Northumberland, yeoman; Albany Featherstonhaugh of Kirkhaugh, Northumberland, gent (executors of deceased)
relating to: goods of Joseph Lee of Knarsdale, Northumberland (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory (subtraction of legacy)
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citations, excommunications, consent to absolution, absolution and notes (for depositions)
1 folder, 13 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1784/8   1784
plaintiff: James Stephen Lushington, cleric (vicar of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas)
defendant: Nathaniel Bayles of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland, surgeon
recovery of tithes
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citations and bill of costs
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1784/9   1784
promoter: John Rudd of Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, common brewer (principal legatee of deceased)
defendant: next of kin of deceased
relating to: will of Jane Wilson of Sheraton, Monk Hesleden, County Durham, spinster (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation and testamentary schedule
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1784/10   1784
plaintiff: Margaret White, wife of John White of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, mariner
defendant: Thomas Forster of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, mariner
defamation
proctor: John Hays - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1785/1   1785
plaintiff: Abraham Burkell of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, roper
defendant: Timothy Harwood of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, block and mast maker
perturbation of pew in Tynemouth, Northumberland
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citations, libel and bill of costs
1 folder, 12 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1785/2   1785
promoter: Hugh Call of Alnwick, Northumberland, plaisterer (nephew and legatee of deceased)
defendant: Joseph Baron of Alnwick, Northumberland, merchant (one of the executors (and only acting executor) of deceased)
relating to: goods of Thomas Call of Alnwick, Northumberland, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Hays - defending
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 8 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1785/3   1785
promoter: Ann Dixon, wife of James Dixon of Witton Mill, County Durham, miller (cousin and one of next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Ann Roper of Merrington, County Durham, or of Cornforth, Bishop Middleham, County Durham, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Roper of Merrington, County Durham, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: John Hays - prosecuting
Document - citations
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1785/4   1785
plaintiff: Mary Gilroy, wife of James Gilroy of Durham St Margaret, County Durham, gardener
defendant: Euphen Awburn, wife of George Awburn of Durham St Margaret, County Durham, yeoman
defamation
proctor: John Hays - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1785/5   1785
promoter: Mary Hall (n?Forster) of South Shields, County Durham, wife of Joseph Hall (daughter and legatee of deceased)
defendant: John Forster of Esh, County Durham, yeoman (son and sole executor of deceased)
relating to: goods of Roger Forster of Raylees, Elsdon, Northumberland, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory (subtraction of legacy)
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1785/6   1785
promoter: Hannah Haswell of Fallowfield, Easington, County Durham, widow (relict of deceased)
defendant: John Haswell of Sunderland, County Durham, butcher (son of deceased)
relating to: will of Nicholas Haswell of Fallowfield, Easington, County Durham, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit will
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1785/7   1785-1786
plaintiff: Mary Newcomb of Amble, Warkworth, Northumberland, wife of Stephen Newcomb, salt officer
defendant: Elizabeth Young of Amble, Warkworth, Northumberland, wife of Edward Young, innkeeper
defamation - whoredom
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citations, libel, interrogatories, depositions, sentence, bill of costs and excommunication
1 folder, 21 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1785/8   1785-1786
plaintiff: Judith Richardson of Girlington, York
defendant: Thomas Richardson of Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, gent (her husband)
matrimonial cause - restitution of conjugal rights
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citations and libel
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1785/9   1785-1786
plaintiff: Richard Richardson, cleric (perpetual curate of Witton Gilbert)
defendant: Henry Brock of Witton Gilbert, County Durham, yeoman
recovery of tithes of calves within Witton Gilbert, County Durham
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Hays - defending
Documents - citations, libel, allegation, answers and act of court
1 folder, 11 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1785/10   1785
promoter: Elizabeth Wilson, wife of Alexander Wilson of Gateshead, County Durham, tobacconist (daughter and one of next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Ann Simpson, wife of William Simpson of Gateshead, County Durham, waterman (daughter and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Thomas Porteous of Gateshead, County Durham, weaver (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: John Hays - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1785/11   1781, 1785
promoters: William Usher of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, master mariner; John Gale of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, barber surgeon (joint executors of deceased)
defendants: Robert Yelloley of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland; John Surtees of Ebchester, County Durham (executors of deceased)
relating to: will of Matthew Weatherby of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctor: John Hays - prosecuting
Documents - citations, condidit, will (1781), release from legacy, interrogatories, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 36 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1786/1   1786
promoter: Margaret Bland of Gateshead, County Durham, wife of Thomas Bland, miller (daughter and one of next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Dorothy Bell of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland, spinster (administrator of deceased)
relating to: goods of David Bell of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland, alehouse keeper (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1786/2   1786-1787
plaintiff: Ann Freeman of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, spinster
defendant: Margaret Davidson of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, spinster
defamation - whoredom
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation, libel, depositions and sentence
libel heard before William Digby, dean, and chapter of Durham, sede vacante
1 folder, 9 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1786/3   1786
promoter: John Harrison Greenwell of Crook, Brancepeth, County Durham, gent (nephew and one of next of kin of deceased)
defendant: next of kin of deceased
relating to: goods of Mary Greenwell of Counden, Auckland St Andrew, County Durham, spinster (deceased)
probate cause - to grant admon
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1786/4   1786
plaintiff: Jane Jemson of Tynemouth, Northumberland, wife of Matthew Jemson, innkeeper
defendant: William Forster of Tynemouth, Northumberland, trimmer
defamation
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1786/5   1786
plaintiff: Ann Lammas of Durham St Nicholas, County Durham, wife of Samuel Lammas, potman
defendant: Robert Currie of Durham St Nicholas, County Durham, yeoman
defamation - whoredom
proctor: P. Bowlby Marsden - prosecuting
Documents - citation and libel
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1786/6   1786
plaintiff: James Stephen Lushington, cleric (vicar of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas)
defendant: Robert Coulson of Sunniside, Gosforth, Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland, yeoman
recovery of tithes within Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation and libel
1 folder, 10 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1786/7   1753, 1786-1787
promoter: John Reed of Tynemouth, Northumberland, parish clerk
defendants: William Mitcalfe (or Metcalfe) and Stephen Wright of Tynemouth, Northumberland
confirmation of pew in Tynemouth, Northumberland
proctors: Wood - prosecuting; Hays - defending
Documents - citations, allegations, copy faculty (1753), answers, act of court, interrogatories and depositions
2 folders, 42 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1786/8   1786-1787
plaintiff: Elizabeth Skeffington of Morpeth, Northumberland, wife of John Skeffington, weaver
defendant: Joseph Taylor of Morpeth, Northumberland, baker
defamation - whoredom
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation, libel, interrogatories, depositions, sentence and bill of costs
1 folder, 14 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1786/9   1786-1788
plaintiff: Jane Spearman of Rodley (Roadley) Park, Hartburn, Northumberland, wife of Robert Spearman, gent
defendant: Joshua Hyndmarsh of Rodley (Roadley) Mill, Hartburn, Northumberland, miller
defamation - whoredom
Documents - citations, libel, interrogatories, depositions, sentence, bill of costs, excommunications and penance
1 folder, 30 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1786/10   1786
promoter: Mary Woodhouse of Numbers Garth, Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, wife of Thomas Woodhouse (daughter and only next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Jane Harle of Sunderland, County Durham, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Jonathan Harle of Sunderland, County Durham, master mariner (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: John Hays - prosecuting; Wood - defending
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1787/1   1787
promoter: Anthony Cook of Foumertlaw, Northumberland, gent (brother and only next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Ann Hepple of Gallowhill, Northumberland, spinster (niece and executrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Ogle of Ogle Castle, Whalton, Northumberland, gent, bachelor (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Wood - defending
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 10 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1787/2   1787
plaintiff: Barnabas Fenwick of Ryton, County Durham, esq
defendant: Frances Aislabie of Ryton, County Durham, wife of Samuel Aislabie
defamation - adultery/fornication
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citations, libel, interrogatories and depositions
1 folder, 17 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1787/3   1787-1788
plaintiff: Margaret Gowland of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, spinster
defendant: John Wright of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, yeoman
defamation - whoredom
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation, libel, interrogatories, depositions, allegation and bill of costs
1 folder, 14 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1787/4   1787
promoter: William Green (and wife)
defendant: Elizabeth Green (and others) of Newbottle, County Durham, widow (relict and executrix of deceased)
relating to: will of Robert Green of Newbottle, County Durham, gent (deceased)
probate cause - disputed will (exact nature of cause unclear)
Document - affidavits
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1787/5   1787
promoter: David Hall of Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, house carpenter
defendant: vicar, churchwardens, parishioners and inhabitants of Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham
confirmation of pew in Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
issued in name of William Digby, dean, and chapter of Durham, sede vacante
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1787/6   1786-1788
promoter: Ann Hepple (later Bell) of Gallowhill, Northumberland, spinster (niece and sole executrix of deceased), with consent to the proceedings of Mary Cook, widow (mother of deceased); Dorothy Hepple and Robert Hepple, her husband (sister of deceased)
defendant: Anthony Cook of Foumertlaw, Northumberland, gent (only brother and only next of kin of deceased)
relating to: will of John Cook of Ogle Castle, Whalton, Northumberland, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Burrell - defending
Documents - act of court (Kings Bench, 1786), citations, allegations, affidavits, answers, proxy (special proxy, to consent to the proceedings and sentence), sentence, interrogatories and depositions
See also file of papers relating to cause for exhibiting an inventory, promoted by Anthony Cook against Ann Hepple, originally separated out from these papers. Connection of act from Kings Bench (relating to a credit of the deceased) with rest of cause papers unclear.
2 folders, 63 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1787/7   1787
promoter: Elizabeth Hodge, spinster (only sister and one of next of kin of deceased)
defendant: next of kin of deceased
relating to: goods of John Hodge of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland, master mariner, bachelor (deceased)
probate cause - to grant admon
proctor: John Hays - prosecuting
Document - citation
issued in name of William Digby, dean, and chapter of Durham, sede vacante
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1787/8   1787
promoter: John Hogg of Etall, Northumberland, yeoman (uncle and one of next of kin of deceased)
defendant: next of kin of deceased
relating to: goods of William Hudspeth of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to grant admon
proctor: John Hays - prosecuting
Document - citation
issued in name of William Digby, dean, and chapter of Durham, sede vacante
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1787/9   1787
promoter: Mary Hudson, wife of John Hudson of Killingworth Hill Head, Longbenton, Northumberland, yeoman
defendant: James Bowden of Bothal Mill, Bothal, Northumberland, miller (one of executors of deceased)
relating to: goods of George Bowden of Bothal Mill, Bothal, Northumberland, miller (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory (subtraction of legacy)
proctor: John Hays - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1787/10   1787
plaintiff: James Stephen Lushington, cleric (vicar of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas)
defendant: Margaret Harriot of Benwell, Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland, widow
recovery of tithes
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1787/11   1787
plaintiff: James Stephen Lushington, cleric (vicar of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas)
defendant: John Horsley of Benwell, Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland, yeoman
recovery of tithes
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1787/12   1787
plaintiff: James Stephen Lushington, cleric (vicar of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas)
defendant: Thomas Ingo of Benwell, Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland, yeoman
recovery of tithes of potatoes, turnips and calves within Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citations, libel and excommunication
1 folder, 9 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1787/13   1787
plaintiff: James Stephen Lushington, cleric (vicar of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas)
defendant: William Jobling of Benwell, Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland, yeoman
recovery of tithes
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1787/14   1787
plaintiff: James Stephen Lushington, cleric (vicar of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas)
defendant: Thomas Wake of Benwell, Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland, yeoman
recovery of tithes
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1787/15   1787
plaintiff: James Stephen Lushington, cleric (vicar of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas)
defendant: Thomas Whitfield of Benwell, Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland, yeoman
recovery of tithes of potatoes, turnips and calves within Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citations, libel and excommunication
1 folder, 10 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1787/16   1787
promoter: Peter Reid of Edinburgh, North Britain (brother and one of next of kin of deceased)
defendant: next of kin of deceased
relating to: goods of James Reid of Gateshead, County Durham, hostler, bachelor (deceased)
probate cause - to grant admon (issued in name of William Digby, dean, and chapter of Durham, sede vacante)
proctor: John Hays - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1787/17   1787
promoter: George Robinson of Hendon Lodge, County Durham, esq (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Jane Gregson of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Thomas Gregson of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, mariner (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
Document - citation
issued in name of William Digby, dean, and chapter of Durham, sede vacante
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1787/18   1787
promoter: Leigh Smith of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland (brother of deceased)
defendant: next of kin of deceased
relating to: goods of John Smith of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland, linen draper (deceased)
probate cause - to grant admon
proctor: John Hays - prosecuting
Document - citation
issued in name of William Digby, dean, and chapter of Durham, sede vacante
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1788/1   1788
plaintiff: Mary Brown of Whickham, County Durham, wife of John Brown, cooper
defendant: George Brown of Whickham, County Durham, yeoman
defamation
proctor: P. Bowlby Marsden - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1788/2   1788
promoter: John Burrell of Coxlodge, Gosforth, Northumberland, yeoman (son and legatee of deceased)
defendant: Alice Watt of Tynemouth, Northumberland, wife of Richard Watt, master mariner (administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Burrell of Low Lights, Tynemouth, Northumberland, of Preston, Northumberland, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory (subtraction of legacy)
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation, note and allegation
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1788/3   1788-1789
promoter: Thomas Commins of Sunderland, County Durham, gent (brother and one of next of kin of deceased), acting jointly with Jane Esthope, wife of William Esthope of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, master mariner; Elizabeth Sewell, wife of Thomas Sewell of Durham City, County Durham, weaver; Richard Harpur of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, block maker; Margaret Hunter, wife of John Hunter of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, mariner, shipwright; Ann Harpur of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, spinster; Grantham Harpur of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, shipwright; William Harpur of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, butcher; Elizabeth Harpur of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, spinster; George Harpur of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, shipwright (nephews and nieces of deceased, cited by Mary Robson)
defendant: Mary Robson, wife of John Robson of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, butcher (executrix of deceased)
relating to: will of William Commin (alias Commins) of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, anchor-smith, bachelor (deceased)
probate cause - to revoke will and grant admon
proctors: John Hays - prosecuting; Wood - defending
Documents - citations, allegations, copy will, answers, sentence, interrogatories and depositions
3 folders, 61 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1788/4   1788-1789
plaintiff: Lewis Dutens, cleric (rector of Elsdon)
defendant: Richard Robson of Cottonshope, Elsdon, Northumberland, yeoman
recovery of tithe of lambs within Elsdon, Northumberland (appealed to Westminster)
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Hays - defending
Documents - citations, allegations, answers and prohibition (on appeal)
1 folder, 15 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1788/5   1788
plaintiff: Sarah Pattison (or Gray) of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, spinster
defendant: John Gray of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, woolcomber (her alleged husband)
matrimonial cause - for nullity of marriage because of minority and want of consent
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; John Hays - defending
Documents - proxy, citations, libel (with copy will, affidavits and parish register entry), interrogatories, depositions, answers, sentence and bill of costs
3 folders, 46 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1789/1   1789-1790
plaintiff: Susanna Bradley of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, wife of James Bradley, cordwainer
defendant: William Spoors of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, mariner
defamation - whoredom
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citations, libel, depositions, sentence and bill of costs
1 folder, 12 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1789/2   1789-1790
promoter: John Burdon of Hardwicke, County Durham, esq (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Thomas Legg of North Shields, Northumberland, gent (one of executors of deceased)
relating to: goods of Christopher Harrison of Cleadon, Whitburn, County Durham, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Wood - defending
Documents - citation, affidavit and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 10 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1789/3   1789
promoter: Bridget Richardson of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, wife of William Richardson
defendant: Ann Fenwick of Gateshead, County Durham, spinster
defamation
proctor: John Hays - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1789/4   1789-1790
plaintiff: William Smith, cleric (rector of Ilderton and vicar of Alnham)
defendant: Eleanor Smith of Alnwick, Northumberland, late of Ilderton, Northumberland
matrimonial cause - divorce for adultery
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; John Hays - defending
Documents - proxies, citations, libel (with copy parish register entry), allegation, answers, bond, sentence (fragile), bill of costs, interrogatories and depositions
2 folders, 57 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1789/5   1789
promoter: George Taylor of Tynemouth, Northumberland
defendant: vicar, churchwardens, parishioners and inhabitants of Tynemouth, Northumberland
confirmation of pew in Tynemouth, Northumberland
proctor: John Hays - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1789/6   1789
plaintiff: Sarah Weddell of Alnwick, Northumberland, wife of John Weddell, plumber, glazier
defendant: William Forster of Warkworth, Northumberland, late of Alnwick, Northumberland, merchant
defamation - whoredom
Documents - citation and libel
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1790/1   1790-1791
plaintiff: Ann Abbs of Monkwearmouth, County Durham, wife of Cooper Abbs, common brewer
defendant: Hannah Longstaff of Monkwearmouth, County Durham, wife of George Longstaff, gent
defamation - whoredom
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Wood - defending
Documents - citation, libel, interrogatories, depositions and allegations
1 folder, 15 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1790/2   1790-1791
promoter: Jane Barker of Gainford, County Durham, spinster (legatee of deceased)
defendant: John Crow of Brancepeth, County Durham, yeoman (sole executor of deceased)
relating to: goods of Robert Walker of Tunstall, Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory (subtraction of legacy)
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citations, libel and excommunication
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1790/3   1790
promoter: George Boyd of Sunderland, County Durham, gent (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Nicholas Brown of Sunderland, County Durham (father and sole executor of deceased)
relating to: goods of Henry Brown of Sunderland, County Durham, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Wood - defending
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1790/4   1790
promoter: William Chambers of Whitburn, County Durham, gent (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Margaret Laugham of Sunderland, County Durham, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of George Laugham of Monkwearmouth Shore, Monkwearmouth, County Durham, butcher (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Hays - defending
Documents - citation, affidavit and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1790/5   1790
plaintiff: Elizabeth Coppin of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, wife of William Coppin, master mariner
defendant: Robert Monkhouse of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, innkeeper
defamation - whoredom
Documents - citation and libels
includes libel by defendant against plaintiff on similar charge, by way of reconvention
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1790/6   1790
plaintiff: Hannah Crosier of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, spinster
defendant: Alice Howard of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, wife of Timothy Howard, block maker
defamation
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citation and excommunication
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1790/7   1790
promoters: Thomas Dixon of Chapel, Stanhope, County Durham, yeoman; George Dixon of Orchard House, Stanhope, County Durham, yeoman, executors of Ann Barnfather of Pinfold House, Stanhope, County Durham, spinster, deceased (only child and only next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Mary Barnfather of Stanhope, County Durham, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Barnfather of Pinfold House, Stanhope, County Durham, miner (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citation and excommunication
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1790/8   1790
plaintiff: Dorothy Esson of Monkwearmouth, County Durham, wife of James Esson, mariner
defendant: Dorothy Briscoe of Monkwearmouth, County Durham, wife of Thomas Briscoe, yeoman
defamation - whoredom
Documents - citation and libel
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1790/9   1790-1792
plaintiff: Susannah Flowers of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, wife of Thomas Flowers
defendant: Thomasine Scott of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, wife of David Scott, mariner
defamation - whoredom
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Hays - defending
Documents - citations, libel, depositions, bill of costs and excommunication
1 folder, 16 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1790/10   1790
promoter: Robert Gilhespy of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, butcher (son and legatee of deceased)
defendant: Thomas Gilhespy of Birney Hill, Ponteland, Northumberland, yeoman (son and sole executor of deceased)
relating to: goods of Joseph Gilhespy of Birney Hill, Ponteland, Northumberland, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory (subtraction of legacy)
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Hays - defending
Documents - citation, inventory (with allegation) and libel
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1790/11   1790
promoter: master, pilots and seamen of Trinity House, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland
defendant: vicar, churchwardens, parishioners and inhabitants of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland
pews in Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1790/12   1790
plaintiff: Ann Peel of Gateshead, County Durham, wife of John Peel, pitman
defendant: Robert Reay of Gateshead, County Durham, pitman
defamation
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1790/13   1790
plaintiff: Elizabeth Reed of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, spinster
defendant: Elizabeth Coppin of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, wife of William Coppin, master mariner
defamation
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1790/14   1790
plaintiff: Jane Rutherford of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, widow
defendant: Dorothy Johnson of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, widow
defamation - whoredom
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation, libel and depositions
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1790/15   1790
promoter: John Sinton (one of executors of deceased)
defendants: William Crawford, Joseph Crawford and Elizabeth Thobourn (wife of Alexander Thobourn) (children and only next of kin of deceased)
relating to: will of Jane Crawford of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland, widow (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctor: John Hays - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1790/16   1790
promoter: Thomas Staward of Duddo, County Durham, gent (brother of deceased), Henry Morton of Paston, Northumberland, gent and John Thompson of Branxton, Northumberland, gent (executors of deceased)
defendants: Elizabeth (alias Betty) Staward of Goswick, Holy Island, North Durham, widow (relict of deceased); Hannah Staward (minor) and Richard Staward, Thomas Carr Staward, William Staward and Mary Staward (infants) (only children of deceased)
relating to: will of William Staward of Goswick, Holy Island, North Durham, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation and allegation (with will)
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1790/17   1790-1791
promoter: Jane Story (Storey) (daughter and sole executrix of deceased)
defendants: Phillis Buston of Buston, Warkworth, Northumberland, wife of Thomas Buston; Mary Richmond, wife of Thomas Richmond of Durham St Nicholas, County Durham, merchant (daughters and two of next of kin of deceased)
relating to: will of John Story of Alnwick, Northumberland, or of Leirchild, Edlingham, Northumberland, esq (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctors: John Hays - prosecuting; Wood - defending
Documents - citations, allegation, interrogatories, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 25 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1791/1   1791
promoter: Richard Edwards of Southwark, Surrey, merchant (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Eleanor Holden of New Elvet, Durham St Oswald, County Durham, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Cuthbert Holden of New Elvet, Durham St Oswald, County Durham, brandy merchant (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Wood - defending
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1791/2   1791
promoters: George Pearson of Bishop Monkton, York, butcher; John Pearson of Bedale, York, farrier; Christopher Pearson of Bedale, York, barber (cousins and next of kin of deceased)
defendant: next of kin of deceased
relating to: goods of William Mead of Old Elvet, Durham St Oswald, County Durham, house carpenter (deceased)
probate cause - to grant admon
proctor: John Hays - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1791/3   1791
plaintiff: Thomas Pringle of Ellingham, Northumberland, blacksmith
defendant: Thomas Lewney of Ellingham, Northumberland, cordwainer
defamation
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation and excommunication
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1791/4   1791
promoters: John Rippon, George Rippon and William Watson of South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, common brewers, copartners (creditors of deceased)
defendant: Ann Wilson of South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Wilson of South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, innkeeper (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: John Hays - prosecuting; Wood - defending
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1791/5   1782, 1791
promoter: Joseph Tarn of Middleton in Teesdale, County Durham (brother and executor of deceased)
defendant: Ann Bell, wife of William Bell of Middleton in Teesdale, County Durham, miner (relict of deceased)
relating to: will of William Tarn of Middleton in Teesdale, County Durham, miner (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit will, and to revoke admon
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation and will
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1791/6   1791
promoter: John Webster of Old Fish Street, London, distiller (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Mary Kidd of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, widow (relict and sole executrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Jonathan Kidd of Butcher Bank, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, spirit dealer (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citation, affidavit and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 9 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1791/7   1791
promoter: John Wood of Hawthorne, Easington, County Durham, yeoman (son of deceased)
defendant: William Wood of Sunderland, County Durham, butcher (son of deceased)
relating to: wills of Peter Wood of Hawthorne, Easington, County Durham, yeoman (deceased), and Margaret Wood of Hawthorne, Easington, County Durham, widow ([his relict], also deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit wills
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1792/1   1792
promoter: Jasper Harrison of Whickham, County Durham, esq
defendant: rector, churchwardens, parishioners and inhabitants of Whickham, County Durham
confirmation of pew in Whickham, County Durham
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1792/2   1792-1793
promoter: Thomas Emmerson Headlam of Gateshead, County Durham, shipbuilder (creditor by bond of deceased)
defendant: Ann Stuart of Gateshead, County Durham, widow (sole executrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Ralph Stuart of Gateshead, County Durham, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Hays - defending
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1792/3   1792
promoter: Thomas James of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, merchant (son of deceased)
defendants: Hannah James of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, widow (relict of deceased); Mary James, Elizabeth James and William James (acting by their mother, Hannah James, as guardian) of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, minors (children of deceased)
relating to: will of John James of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, merchant (deceased)
probate cause - to prove testamentary schedules
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; John Hays - defending
Documents - wrapper, citation, affidavit, proxies and testamentary schedules
1 folder, 13 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1792/4   1792-1793
promoters: chapelwardens of Kyloe, North Durham: George Davison, John Gregson, John Havery and Richard Brodie
defendant: Andrew Gibson of Berry Burn Mill, Kyloe, North Durham, miller
recovery of church rates, Kyloe, North Durham
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation, excommunication and absolution
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1792/5   1791-1792
promoters: chapelwardens of Kyloe, North Durham: George Davison, John Gregson, John Havery and Richard Brodie
defendant: Anthony Gregson of Berrington Back Hill, Kyloe, North Durham, gent
recovery of church rates, Kyloe, North Durham
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation, libel (with schedule of rents) and bill of costs
1 folder, 13 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1792/6   1792
promoters: chapelwardens of Kyloe, North Durham: George Davison, John Gregson, John Havery and Richard Brodie
defendants: Adam Sibbit of Ancroft Greens, Ancroft, North Durham, gent; Robert Smith of Plessey, Northumberland, gent
recovery of church rates, Kyloe, North Durham
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation, libel and bill of costs
1 folder, 13 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1793/1   1793-1794
promoters: Maria Archdeacon of Darlington, County Durham, widow, relict and administratrix of of Edward Montague Archdeacon of Darlington, County Durham, gent (as such, creditrix of deceased)
defendant: Jane Scotland of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Thomas Scotland of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, master mariner (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Hays - defending
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1793/2   1793
promoter: John Ellison of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, master mariner (creditor by bond of deceased)
defendant: Alice Armstrong of Cullercoats, Tynemouth, Northumberland, widow (mother and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Nicholas Armstrong late master and commander of the Custom House cutter, stationed in of Tynemouth Haven, Tynemouth, Northumberland, bachelor (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: John Hays - prosecuting; Wood - defending
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1793/3   1793-1794
promoter: John Fogg of Aycliffe, County Durham, blacksmith (creditor of deceased)
defendants: Thomas Hodghon (Hodgson) of Heighington, County Durham, cordwainer; Thomas Boazman of Stainton, County Durham, gent (administrators of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Taylerson of Whitworth, Aycliffe, County Durham, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Wood - defending
Documents - citation, affidavit and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1793/4   1793
plaintiff: George Hutton of Shincliffe, Durham St Oswald, County Durham, gardener
defendant: Margaret Lamb of Shincliffe, Durham St Oswald, County Durham, single woman
defamation - whoredom
proctor: John Hays - prosecuting
Documents - citation and libel
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1793/5   1793
plaintiff: Thomas Kirkby, cleric (rector of Kirkhaugh)
defendants: John Snowdon of The Dyke, Kirkhaugh, Northumberland, yeoman; George Proud of Kirkhaugh, Northumberland, yeoman; Elizabeth Irwin of Kirkhaugh, Northumberland, widow; Thomas Todd of Underbank, Kirkhaugh, Northumberland, yeoman; Albany Featherstonhaugh of Barhaugh, Kirkhaugh, Northumberland, gent; John Wailes of Kirkhaugh, Northumberland, yeoman
recovery of tithes
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Document - citation
see also separate folders for individual causes
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1793/6   1793
plaintiff: Thomas Kirkby, cleric (rector of Kirkhaugh)
defendant: Albany Featherstonhaugh of Barhaugh, Kirkhaugh, Northumberland, gent
recovery of tithes of potatoes within Kirkhaugh, Northumberland
Documents - libel and bill of costs
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1793/7   1793
plaintiff: Thomas Kirkby, cleric (rector of Kirkhaugh)
defendant: George Proud of Kirkhaugh, Northumberland, yeoman
recovery of tithes of potatoes within Kirkhaugh, Northumberland
Documents - libel and bill of costs
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1793/8   1793-1794
plaintiff: Thomas Kirkby, cleric (rector of Kirkhaugh)
defendant: John Snowdon of The Dyke, Kirkhaugh, Northumberland, yeoman
recovery of tithes of potatoes within Kirkhaugh, Northumberland
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation, libel and bill of costs
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1793/9   1793
plaintiff: Thomas Kirkby, cleric (rector of Kirkhaugh)
defendant: Thomas Todd of Underbank, Kirkhaugh, Northumberland, yeoman
recovery of tithes of potatoes within Kirkhaugh, Northumberland
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - act of court, libel and bill of costs
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1793/10   1793
plaintiff: Thomas Kirkby, cleric (rector of Kirkhaugh)
defendant: John Wailes of Barhaugh, Kirkhaugh, Northumberland, yeoman
recovery of tithes of potatoes within Kirkhaugh, Northumberland
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - act of court, libel and bill of costs
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1793/11   1793
plaintiff: William Whinfield, cleric (curate of Cornhill)
defendants: Thomas Farguson (alias Farquharson) of Cornhill, North Durham, shepherd (herd); Alexander Johnstone Clogger of Cornhill, North Durham, yeoman; Robert Cramond of Cornhill, North Durham, mason; William Atchison of Campfield, Cornhill, North Durham, shepherd (herd)
recovery of tithes (See separate files for individual causes.)
Document - citation
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1794/1   1794
promoter: John Carr of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, mariner (only child of deceased)
defendant: Mary Carr of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Thomas Carr of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland, mariner (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1794/2   1794
promoters: Mary Davison, wife of John Davison of Monkwearmouth Shore, County Durham, grocer; Jane Mainger of Wallsend, Northumberland, widow (nieces of deceased)
defendant: William Wood of Brigg Hill, Lanchester, County Durham, yeoman (sole executor of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Selby of Cornsay, Lanchester, County Durham, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: John Hays - prosecuting
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1794/3   1794
promoter: Henry Errington of Sandoe, Northumberland, esq (principal creditor of deceased)
defendants: Elizabeth Wilkinson of Alston, Cumberland, widow (relict of deceased); Mary Fisher, wife of John Fisher of Alston, Cumberland, or of Nunfield, Cumberland, late of , London, husbandman (late linen draper), yeoman; Jane Randall, wife of William Randall Featherstonhaugh Richardson Randall of Great Sankeld (alias Groat Salkeld), Cumberland, esq; Elizabeth Wilkinson of Great Sankeld (alias Groat Salkeld), Cumberland, spinster (only children of deceased)
relating to: goods of Adam Wilkinson of Alston, Cumberland, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to grant admon
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Document - citations (one from Carlisle court, on a Letter of Request from Durham)
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1794/4   1794-1795
promoter: Robert Hall of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, cabinet maker (nephew of deceased)
defendant: Joseph Neal of Bywell St Peter, Northumberland, gardener (brother and administrator of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Neal of Bywell St Andrew, Northumberland, gardener, bachelor (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Hays - defending
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1794/5   1794
plaintiff: Jane Hutchinson of Heworth, County Durham, widow
defendant: Elizabeth Weirs of Heworth, County Durham, wife of James Weirs, potter
defamation
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1794/6   1773-1795
promoter: Margaret Moore (or Jackson) of Sunderland, County Durham, spinster
defendant: Charles Jackson of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland, mariner
matrimonial cause - for nullity of marriage because of minority
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Marsden - defending
Documents - proxy, citation, libel (with copy parish register etc entries), answers, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 28 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1794/7   1794-1796
plaintiff: William Whinfield, cleric (perpetual curate of Cornhill)
defendant: William Atchison of Cornhill, North Durham, shepherd (herd)
recovery of tithes of potatoes and calves within Cornhill, North Durham
proctors: Marsden - prosecuting; Wood - defending
Documents - libel, certificate of swearing, answers, allegations, interrogatories and depositions
1 folder, 33 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1794/8   1794-1796
plaintiff: William Whinfield, cleric (perpetual curate of Cornhill)
defendant: Thomas Farguson (alias Farquharson) of Cornhill, North Durham, shepherd (herd)
recovery of tithes of potatoes and calves within Cornhill, North Durham
proctors: Marsden - prosecuting; Wood - defending
Documents - libel, answers, allegations and depositions
1 folder, 31 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1795/1   1795
plaintiff: Nicholas Bell of High Oustly, Allendale, Northumberland, yeoman
defendant: Joseph Hetherington of Melkridge, Haltwhistle, Northumberland, yeoman
defamation - adultery/fornication
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Hays - defending
Documents - citations, libel, interrogatories, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 17 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1795/2   1795
plaintiff: Jane Dodds of Lemington, Newburn, Northumberland, spinster
defendant: Thomas Davison of Lemington, Newburn, Northumberland, keelman
defamation
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1795/3   1795
plaintiff: Catharine Fish of Look-out, Ford, Northumberland, wife of Peter Fish, yeoman
defendant: William Wilson of Camphall, Ford, Northumberland, yeoman
defamation
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1795/4   1795
promoters: Mary Heatherington of Stanhope, County Durham, widow (mother of deceased); Mary Hogg of Stanhope, County Durham, wife of John Hogg, tailor (sister and only next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Jane Robinson (heretofore Heatherington) of Stanhope, County Durham, wife of Thomas Robinson, miner (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of George Heatherington of East Black Dean, Stanhope, County Durham, miner (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Wood - defending
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1795/5   1795
promoter: Lancelot Heron of Morpeth, Northumberland, gent (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Margaret Gray of Morpeth, Northumberland, widow (residuary legatee and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Gray of Morpeth, Northumberland, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citation and affidavit
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1795/6   1795
promoter: James Middlemas of Yetholm, Roxburgh, North Britain, yeoman (brother and creditor of deceased)
defendant: Alexander Howey of Kirknewton, Northumberland, yeoman (administrator of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Middlemas of Eglingham, Northumberland, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Hays - defending
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1795/7   1795-1796
promoter: Elizabeth Wood of Sunderland, County Durham, spinster (daughter and legatee of deceased)
defendant: Robert Selby of Preston, Carham, Northumberland, late of Yardhill, Northumberland, gent (only surviving executor of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Wood of Money Laws, Carham, Northumberland, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory (subtraction of legacy)
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Hays - defending
Documents - inventories (with allegation) and citation
1 folder, 14 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1796/1   1796
promoter: John Barber of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, gent (creditor of deceased)
defendant: William Johnson of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, gent (sole executor of deceased)
relating to: goods of Jane Hedley of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, widow (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
Documents - citation and affidavit
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1796/2   1796
plaintiff: Thomas Burgess, cleric (rector of Winston)
defendant: Richard Byron, The Hon of Haughton le Skerne, County Durham, cleric (late rector of Winston)
recovery of costs for dilapidations
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation and libel
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1796/3   1796
plaintiff: Ann Cuthbertson of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, wife of Michael Cuthbertson, mariner
defendant: Margaret Henderson of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, wife of Thomas Henderson, master mariner
defamation
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1796/4   1796
plaintiff: Charles Egerton, cleric (rector of Washington)
defendant: John Fatherley of Washington, County Durham, yeoman
recovery of tithes of turnips within Washington, County Durham
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citations and libel
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1796/5   1796
plaintiff: Charles Egerton, cleric (rector of Washington)
defendant: John Sharp of Washington, County Durham, butcher
recovery of tithes of turnips within Washington, County Durham
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citations and libel
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1796/6   1796-1797
plaintiff: Margaret Heron of South Shields, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, wife of Thomas Heron, innkeeper
defendant: William Heron of Cullercoats, Tynemouth, Northumberland, master mariner
defamation - whoredom
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Burrell - defending
Documents - citation, libel, depositions, sentence and bill of costs
1 folder, 12 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1796/7   1796-1798
plaintiff: Thomas Kirkby, cleric (rector of Kirkhaugh)
defendant: Thomas Simpson of The Plaine House, Kirkhaugh, Northumberland, yeoman
recovery of tithes and Easter offerings within Kirkhaugh, Northumberland (appealed to Westminster courts)
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Burrell - defending
Documents - citations, libel, answers, depositions, allegation, sentence and prohibition
1 folder, 24 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1796/8   1796
promoters: George Walton and Robert Walton (children of John Walton, deceased); Elizabeth Walton, Mary Walton, Margaret Walton, Robert Walton, Bridget Walton and Dinah Walton (children of Robert Walton, deceased); John Walton (one of the children of George Walton, deceased); Sarah Walton and Thomas Walton (infants); all of Alston, Cumberland (eleven of the nephews and nieces of deceased), acting by their guardians, John Whitfield and Edward Dowson of Bails, Alston, Cumberland
defendant: Mary Milburn of Alston, Cumberland, wife of Joseph Milburn, miner (sister, only next of kin and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Thomas Walton of Nenthead, Alston, Cumberland, miner, bachelor (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation, act of court and excommunications
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1796/9   1796
promoters: Thomas Wilkinson of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, butcher; William Wilkinson of Gateshead, County Durham, butcher (nephews and legatees of deceased)
defendant: Richard Armstrong of North Shields, Northumberland, brewer (sole executor of deceased)
relating to: goods of Hannah Armstrong of Cullercoats, Northumberland, widow (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory (subtraction of legacy)
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citations and inventory
separate citations for each promoter
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1797/1   1797-1798
promoter: Isabella Dickenson of Hexham, Northumberland, wife of Robert Dickenson, stationer (niece of deceased)
defendant: Henry Aynsley (nephew and one of the residuary legatees of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Dinning of Nunwick Mill, Simonburn, Northumberland, bachelor (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will, otherwise to grant admon
proctor: Burrell - defending
Documents - citation, condidit, answers, interrogatories, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 15 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1797/2   1797
promoter: George Forster of Morpeth, Northumberland, yeoman (son and legatee of deceased)
defendant: William White of Plessy, Stannington, Northumberland, pitman
relating to: will of Barbara Forster of Plessy, Stannington, Northumberland, widow (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit will and inventory
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1797/3   1797
promoter: Leah Hall, widow, administratrix of the goods of Jane Hannah (formerly Hedley), late wife of Thomas Hannah, deceased (niece and legatee of deceased)
defendant: William Johnson, sole executor of Jane Hedley, widow, deceased (relict, sole executrix and residuary legatee of deceased)
relating to: will of Michael Hedley of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland, free porter (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctors: Burrell - prosecuting; Wood - defending
Documents - citation and allegation (with copy parish register entries)
1 folder, 8 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1797/4   1797
promoter: Roger Hall of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, woolen draper (creditor of deceased)
defendant: John Gale of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, barber surgeon (administrator of deceased)
relating to: goods of Jacob Lambert of Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Burrell - defending
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1797/5   1797-1798
promoter: Hannah Hutchinson, wife of John Hutchinson of Longhoughton, Northumberland (only sister and next of kin of deceased)
defendants: Ann King, widow (relict of deceased); William King of Lofthouse, York, schoolmaster (temerary occupier of goods and executor of deceased)
relating to: goods of William King of Monkwearmouth Shore, Monkwearmouth, County Durham, shipowner, mariner (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will, otherwise to grant admon
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Burrell - defending
Documents - citation, condidit and inventory
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1797/6   1797-1798
promoters: Robert Smith of Shotton, Northumberland, gent; Thomas Bowes of Darlington, County Durham, gent, assignees of estate and effects of William Irvine, bankrupt (son and legatee of deceased)
defendant: Ann Irvine of Sunderland, County Durham, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of William Irvine of Sunderland, County Durham, innkeeper, bankrupt (deceased)
probate cause
proctor: Burrell - defending
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 11 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1797/7   1797-1800
promoter: Thomas Tinling of The Park, Haltwhistle, Northumberland, yeoman (brother and sole executor of deceased)
defendants: Ann Laycock of Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland, widow (sister and one of next of kin of deceased); Jane Reed of Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland, wife of William Reed (niece of deceased)
relating to: will of William Tinling of The Park, Haltwhistle, Northumberland, formerly of Broomhouse, Haltwhistle, Northumberland, yeoman, bachelor (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Wood - defending
Documents - citations, affidavits, will, allegations, inventory, answers, interrogatories, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 65 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1798/1   1792-1799
promoter: Elizabeth Hind of North Shields, Northumberland, wife of Peter Day Cross Johnson Hind, glazier, painter (only child and next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Mary Paxton (n?Briscoe, alias Ware) of South Shields, County Durham, widow (alleged), wife of George Paxton, butcher (relict and executrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Richard Ware of Westoe, County Durham, master mariner, widower (alleged) (deceased)
probate cause - to revoke will and grant admon
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; P. Bowlby Marsden - defending
Documents - citations, allegation, copy will and answers
1 folder, 11 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1798/2   1798
promoter: Robert Marshall Hutchinson of Darlington, County Durham, gent
defendants: churchwardens of Darlington, County Durham: Thomas Bowes, gent; George Allan, esq; Ralph Child; William Freer (otherwise Fryer)
to exhibit accounts
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1798/3   1798-1800
plaintiff: Thomas Todhunter, cleric (rector of Knarsdale)
defendants: George Cowen of Hole House, Knarsdale, Northumberland, yeoman; John Colthard of Slaggyford, Knarsdale, Northumberland, yeoman; John Armstrong of Intacks, Knarsdale, Northumberland, yeoman; George Hodgson of Slaggyford, Knarsdale, Northumberland, yeoman; William Bell of Eals, Knarsdale, Northumberland, yeoman; Edward Taleford of Eals, Knarsdale, Northumberland, yeoman; John Henderson of Slaggyford, Knarsdale, Northumberland, yeoman
recovery of tithes
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Documents - citation, acts of court and notes
see also separate files for individual causes
1 folder, 9 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1798/4   1798-1801
plaintiff: Thomas Todhunter, cleric, yeoman (rector of Knarsdale)
defendant: John Armstrong of The Intacks, Knarsdale, Northumberland, yeoman
recovery of tithes of potatoes within Knarsdale, Northumberland
proctors: Marsden - prosecuting; Burrell - defending
Documents - libel, answers, depositions and allegation
1 folder, 14 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1798/5   1798-1801
plaintiff: Thomas Todhunter, cleric, yeoman (rector of Knarsdale)
defendant: William Bell of The Eals, Knarsdale, Northumberland, yeoman
recovery of tithes of potatoes within Knarsdale, Northumberland
proctors: Marsden - prosecuting; Burrell - defending
Documents - libel, answers, depositions and allegation
1 folder, 14 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1798/6   1798-1801
plaintiff: Thomas Todhunter, cleric, yeoman (rector of Knarsdale)
defendant: John Colthard (Coulthard) of Slaggyford, Knarsdale, Northumberland, yeoman
recovery of tithes of potatoes within Knarsdale, Northumberland
proctors: Marsden - prosecuting; Burrell - defending
Documents - libel, answers, depositions and allegation
1 folder, 14 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1798/7   1798-1801
plaintiff: Thomas Todhunter, cleric, yeoman (rector of Knarsdale)
defendant: George Cowen of Hole House, Knarsdale, Northumberland, yeoman
recovery of tithes of potatoes within Knarsdale, Northumberland
proctors: Marsden - prosecuting; Burrell - defending
Documents - libel, answers, depositions and allegation
1 folder, 14 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1798/8   1798-1801
plaintiff: Thomas Todhunter, cleric, yeoman (rector of Knarsdale)
defendant: John Henderson of Slaggyford, Knarsdale, Northumberland, yeoman
recovery of tithes of potatoes within Knarsdale, Northumberland
proctors: Marsden - prosecuting; Burrell - defending
Documents - libel, answers, depositions and allegation
1 folder, 14 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1798/9   1798-1801
plaintiff: Thomas Todhunter, cleric, yeoman (rector of Knarsdale)
defendant: George Hodgson of Slaggyford, Knarsdale, Northumberland, yeoman
recovery of tithes of potatoes within Knarsdale, Northumberland
proctors: Marsden - prosecuting; Burrell - defending
Documents - libel, answers, depositions and allegation
1 folder, 12 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1798/10   1798-1801
plaintiff: Thomas Todhunter, cleric, yeoman (rector of Knarsdale)
defendant: Edward Taleford of The Eals, Knarsdale, Northumberland, yeoman
recovery of tithes of potatoes within Knarsdale, Northumberland
proctors: Marsden - prosecuting; Burrell - defending
Documents - libel, answers, depositions and allegation
1 folder, 14 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1799/1   1799
promoter: John Ambler of Leeds, York, miller (great nephew and legatee of deceased)
defendant: John Swinburn of Auckland, County Durham, gent (sole executor of deceased)
relating to: goods of Mary Arrundel of Auckland, County Durham, spinster (deceased)
probate cause - subtraction of legacy, and to exhibit inventory
proctor: George Wood - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1799/2   1799
promoters: Sarah Bonner of The Hotwells, Clifton, Gloucester; Maria Grace Bonner, spinsters (daughters of deceased)
defendant: Thomas Bonner of High Callerton, Northumberland, esq (son and sole executor of deceased)
relating to: goods of Thomas Bonner of High Callerton, Northumberland, esq (deceased)
probate cause - to prove testamentary schedules
proctor: Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - affidavit and act of court
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1799/3   1799-1800
promoter: William Crawford of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, shoemaker (nephew and only next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Eleanor Goodsman of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of William Goodsman of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, barber (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Marsden - defending
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 8 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1799/4   1799
promoter: Thomas Laidler of Bishop Auckland, Auckland St Andrew, County Durham, gent (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Jane Kell of Bishop Auckland, Auckland St Andrew, County Durham, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Ralph Kell of Bishop Auckland, Auckland St Andrew, County Durham, shopkeeper (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: George Wood - prosecuting; Burrell - defending
Documents - citation, affidavit and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1799/5   1788-1800
promoters: John Robson and Joseph Oswald (executors of deceased)
defendant: Elizabeth Hutchinson, widow (sole executrix of deceased)
relating to: will of Mary Waite of Oakwellgate, Gateshead, County Durham, widow (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Marsden - defending
Documents - citation, will, depositions and sentence
citation is against Charles Hutchinson, as executor of deceased
1 folder, 12 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1799/6   1799
promoter: William Robson of Muggleswick, County Durham, yeoman (creditor of deceased)
defendant: George Hodgson of Wolsingham, County Durham, gent (administrator of deceased)
relating to: goods of William Wales of Wolsingham, County Durham, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citation and affidavit
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1799/7   1799-1800
promoter: John Watson of Shincliffe, Durham St Oswald, County Durham (eldest son and one of next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Ann Watson of Durham St Oswald, County Durham, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Thomas Watson of Durham St Oswald, County Durham, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: P Bowlby Marsden - prosecuting
Documents - citation and inventory with account
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1799/8   1799
plaintiff: Ann White, wife of Thomas White, the younger, gent, of Shincliffe, Durham St Oswald, County Durham
defendant: Margaret Parkin of Shincliffe, Durham St Oswald, County Durham, spinster
defamation cause - whoredom
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citation and libels (one by Parkin v White, by way of reconvention)
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1800/1   1800
mere office case
defendant: Benjamin Nicholson of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, gent
relating to: goods of John Robinson of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, brush maker (deceased)
correction for temerary administration
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1800/2   1800
plaintiff: Margaret Armstrong, wife of Thomas Armstrong of Tynemouth, Northumberland, master mariner
defendant: Thomasine Brampton (formerly Scott) of Tynemouth, Northumberland, widow, wife of John Brampton, mariner
defamation
Document - excommunication
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1800/3   1800-1802
promoter: William Bell of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, joiner (one of the executors of deceased)
defendant: Moses Manners of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, slater, yeoman (father and only next of kin of deceased)
relating to: goods of Peter Manners of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, slater, yeoman, bachelor (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctors: P. Bowlby Marsden - prosecuting; Burrell - defending
Documents - citations, affidavit, interrogatories, depositions, answers, inventories and sentence
1 folder, 29 ff.
See also Durham Probate Records, Peter Manners, 1802, will: the oath of a mandatory [affirming delivery of citation] has been used as a wrapper for the will
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1800/4   1800
plaintiff: John Hogarth, cleric (vicar of Kirknewton)
defendant: John Pringle of Heaton, Cornhill, North Durham, gent
recovery of tithes
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1800/5   1800
plaintiff: Hannah Willits of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland, wife of John Willits
defendant: Abigail Hall of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland, wife of William Hall, bookbinder
defamation - whoredom
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citation and libel
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1801/1   1801-1802
promoter: Robert Allan of Sunniside, Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, gent (brother and sole executor of deceased)
defendant: George Allan of Grange, Darlington, County Durham, esq (nephew of deceased)
relating to: will of James Allan of Darlington, County Durham, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctors: P. Bowlby Marsden - prosecuting; Burrell - defending
Documents - citation, condidit, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 13 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1801/2   1801-1802
promoter: Mary Archbold, wife of George Archbold (sister of deceased)
defendant: John Barber of Boulmer (Boomer), Longhoughton, Northumberland, farmer (brother, sole executor and residuary legatee of deceased)
relating to: will and goods of Thomas Barber of Doddington, Northumberland, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will or grant admon
proctors: P. Bowlby Marsden - prosecuting; Burrell - defending
Documents - citations, condidit, answers, interrogatories, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 22 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1801/3   1801
plaintiff: Lewis Dutens, cleric (rector of Elsdon)
defendant: William Marshall of Clennell, Alwinton and Holystone (Allenton), Northumberland, farmer
recovery of tithes
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1801/4   1801-1802
plaintiff: Mary Ferman of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland
defendant: John Ferman of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, confectioner (her husband)
matrimonial cause - restitution of conjugal rights
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Marsden - defending
Documents - citation, libel, allegations, answers, monition, depositions and bill of costs
1 folder, 26 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1801/5   1801-1803
plaintiff: James Greville, cleric (rector of Whickham)
defendant: Jasper Harrison of Whickham, County Durham, gent
recovery of tithes of potatoes, turnips and hay within Whickham, County Durham
proctor: P. Bowlby Marsden - prosecuting
Documents - citations, libels and answers
1 folder, 17 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1801/6   1801
plaintiffs: churchwardens of Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham: Edward Smith and William Corner and John Elliot and Francis Mascall
defendant: Robert Dunn of Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham, yeoman
recovery of church rates, Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citation, libel and bill of costs
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1801/7   1801
plaintiffs: churchwardens of Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham: Edward Smith and William Corner and John Elliot and Francis Mascall
defendant: William Ferry of Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham, yeoman
recovery of church rates, Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citation and libel
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1801/8   1801
plaintiffs: churchwardens of Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham: Edward Smith and William Corner and John Elliot and Francis Mascall
defendant: Mary Lambton of Biddick, Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham, spinster
recovery of church rates, Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citation, libel and bill of costs
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1801/9   1801
plaintiffs: churchwardens of Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham: Edward Smith and William Corner and John Elliot and Francis Mascall
defendant: Ralph Vasey of Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham, yeoman
recovery of church rates, Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citation, libel and bill of costs
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1801/10   1801
plaintiff: Jacob Hudson
defendants: John Dodds and Mary Dodds and Thomas Adams
relating to: will of William James of Morpeth, Northumberland, gent (deceased)
probate cause - disputed will (cause from High Court of Chancery)
Document - bond
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1801/11   1789, 1801-1802
promoter: Elizabeth Legg of West Rainton, Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham, widow (relict and legatee of deceased)
defendant: Lewis Legg of Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham, gent (brother and sole executor of deceased)
relating to: will of Francis Legg of West Rainton, Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctors: P. Bowlby Marsden - prosecuting; Burrell - defending
Documents - citations, affidavits, allegations, answers, interrogatories, depositions, will and proxy (to cease proceedings in cause)
2 folders, 41 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1801/12   1801-1803
plaintiff: Richard Prosser, cleric (rector of Gateshead)
defendant: George Wooler of Gateshead, County Durham, gent
recovery of tithe of hay within Gateshead, County Durham
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citations, libel and bill of costs
1 folder, 9 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1801/13   1801
plaintiff: James Robson (vicar of Aycliffe)
defendant: Richard Perkins of Woodham Burn, Aycliffe, County Durham, yeoman
recovery of tithes of potatoes, turnips and geese within Aycliffe, County Durham
Documents - citation and libel
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1801/14   1801
promoter: Mary Thirlwall, widow (relict and sole executrix of deceased)
defendant: Ann Thirlwall of Darlington, County Durham, spinster (sister and next of kin of deceased)
relating to: will of Thomas Thirlwall of Darlington, County Durham, woolcomber (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctor: P. Bowlby Marsden - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1801/15   1792-1804
plaintiff: Ann Watson of Auckland, County Durham
defendant: Joseph Watson of Wolsingham, County Durham, innkeeper (her husband)
matrimonial cause - divorce for cruelty
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; P. Bowlby Marsden - defending
Documents - citations, proxies, libel (with copy parish register entry and letters), interrogatories, depositions, answers, allegation, bills of costs, sentence and bond
2 folders, 55 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1802/1   1802
promoters: John Bell and John Wheldon, husbands of Isabella Bell and Sarah Wheldon (daughters and next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Susannah Wright of Chester-le-Street, County Durham (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Wright of Chester-le-Street, County Durham, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Burrell - defending
Document - inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1802/2   1802-1803
plaintiff: James Greville, cleric (rector of Whickham)
defendant: George Coulson of Whickham, County Durham, miller, yeoman
recovery of tithe of pigs within Whickham, County Durham
Documents - citations, libel and answers
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1802/3   1802
promoter: Ann Hope, wife of Joseph Hope (sister and next of kin of deceased)
defendant: John Binks of Rennington, Northumberland, yeoman (executor of deceased)
relating to: will and goods of William Ladler of Sedgefield, County Durham, yeoman, bachelor (deceased)
probate cause - to revoke probate and re-grant admon
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Marsden - defending
Documents - citation, affidavit, condidit and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1802/4   1802
promoters: Martha Hunter, widow; Samuel Burton Pearson, doctor in physic, executors of will of William Hunter, deceased (son of deceased)
defendant: Matthew Hunter of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland (son and administrator of deceased)
relating to: goods of Joseph Hunter of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Marsden - defending
Documents - citation and inventories (one with allegation)
1 folder, 11 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1802/5   1802-1803
plaintiffs: churchwardens of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland: Robert Forster and Jonathan Hilton and John Blenkinsop and Thomas Howson
defendant: Joseph Whitfield of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland, stationer
recovery of church rates, Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland
Documents - citation, libel and bill of costs
1 folder, 8 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1802/6   1798, 1803
promoter: John Readhead (nephew of deceased)
defendant: Isabel Mole, widow (sister and only next of kin of deceased)
relating to: will of John Pringle of Heaton, Cornhill, North Durham, farmer, bachelor (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will or grant admon
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; P. Bowlby Marsden - defending
Documents - citations, affidavits, condidit, will, answers, allegation and sentence
1 folder, 16 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1802/7   1802
promoter: Thomas Shepherd (father of deceased)
defendant: Margaret Shepherd of Milburn Place, Tynemouth, Northumberland (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Robert Shepherd of Milburn Place, Tynemouth, Northumberland, shipwright (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Marsden - defending
Documents - citation, inventory and allegation
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1803/1   1803
promoter: James Galley, in right of his wife, Hannah Galley (daughter of deceased)
defendant: Elizabeth Kay, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Robert Kay of Three Gates, Hart, County Durham, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: P. Bowlby Marsden - prosecuting; Burrell - defending
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1803/2   1803-1804
promoters: John Newton, the elder of Heighington, County Durham, yeoman (creditor of deceased); John Newton, the younger (residuary legatee of deceased), also in right of his wife, Eleanor Newton (residuary legatee of deceased)
defendants: Richard Newton and Edward Smith (executors of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Newton of Humbleton, Haughton le Skerne, County Durham, farmer, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: P. Bowlby Marsden - prosecuting
Documents - citation, affidavit and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 11 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1803/3   1803
plaintiff: Elizabeth Raine of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland, spinster
defendant: Hannah White of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland, wife of Nicholas White, yeoman
defamation
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1803/4   1803
plaintiff: Mary Swalwell of Coxgreen, Penshaw, County Durham, wife of John Swalwell, weaver
defendant: Mary Downs of Coxgreen, Penshaw, County Durham, wife of Richard Downs, mariner
defamation - whoredom
proctor: P. Bowlby Marsden - prosecuting
Documents - citation and libels
includes libel by defendant against plaintiff on similar charge, by way of reconvention
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1804/1   1804-1805
plaintiff: Benjamin Kennicott, cleric (vicar of Woodhorn)
defendant: Stephen Watson of North Seaton, Woodhorn, Northumberland, esq
recovery of tithes of turnips within Woodhorn, Northumberland
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citations, libel and answers
1 folder, 9 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1804/2   1804
plaintiff: Hannah Sanderson of Earsdon, Northumberland, spinster
defendant: Margaret Ogle, wife of John Ogle of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland, publican
defamation
proctor: P. Bowlby Marsden - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1804/3   1804
promoters: Charles Scanlan of Wexford, Ireland, gent; Ann Scanlan (his wife); Elizabeth Davidson of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, spinster (nieces and next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Esther Davidson of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Davidson of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, carpenter (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1805/1   1805
promoter: Samuel Castle of Durham City, County Durham, gent (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Sarah Lonsdale, widow (relict and sole executrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Lonsdale of Sunderland Bridge, Croxdale, County Durham, butcher (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citation and affidavit
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1805/2   1805
plaintiffs: churchwardens of Chester-le-Street, County Durham: Luke Colling and George Holmes and William Brough and Robert Newby
defendants: Robert Chipchase and George Wood of Chester-le-Street, County Durham
recovery of church rates, Chester-le-Street, County Durham
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citations
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1805/3   1805
promoter: Hannah Dixon of North Shields, Northumberland, spinster (sole executrix of deceased)
defendant: Isabella Wilson of North Shields, Northumberland, spinster (sister and only next of kin of deceased)
relating to: will of Luke Wilson of North Shields, Northumberland, glazier, painter, bachelor (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Bacon - defending
Documents - citation, condidit, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 11 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1805/4   1805
promoter: John Gregson of Durham City, County Durham, gent (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Mary Hall of Washington, County Durham, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Percival Hall of Washington, County Durham, farmer (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: George Bacon - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1805/5   1805
plaintiff: Ann Hall of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, spinster
defendant: George Atkin of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, shipowner
defamation
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1805/6   1805-1806
plaintiff: Joseph Watkins, cleric (vicar of Norham)
defendant: Robert Thompson of Lone End, Norham, North Durham, farmer
recovery of tithes of potatoes and hay and Michaelmas offerings within Norham, North Durham
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citation, libel and bill of costs
1 folder, 10 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1805/7   1805-1806
plaintiff: Mary Wilson of Ryhope, Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, wife of William Wilson, innkeeper
defendant: Joice (Joicey) Neville (alias Nevilles) of Ryhope, Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, widow
defamation - whoredom
proctor: P. Bowlby Marsden - defending
Documents - citation, libels, depositions and interrogatories
includes libel by defendant against plaintiff on similar charge, by way of reconvention
1 folder, 14 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1806/1   1806
plaintiffs: late churchwardens of Durham St Nicholas, County Durham
defendant: John Myers
recovery of church rates, Durham St Nicholas, County Durham
Document - bill of costs
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1806/2   1805-1808
promoters: John Emerson and Nathaniel John Winch (executors of deceased)
defendant: Edward Waugh (brother and next of kin of deceased)
relating to: will of Richard Waugh of Gateshead, County Durham, formerly of Oxhill, Lanchester, County Durham, merchant (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Bacon - defending
Documents - commission, citation, condidit, interrogatories, depositions, inventories, allegation, affidavit (with minutes for will) and sentence
1 folder, 28 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1806/3   1806
plaintiff: Elizabeth Inniss of Gateshead, County Durham, wife of James Inniss, yeoman
defendant: Ann Maddison of Gateshead, County Durham, wife of John Maddison, yeoman
defamation - whoredom
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citation and libel
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1806/4   1796-1812
voluntary promoters: Robert Thorp, cleric (archdeacon of Northumberland); later (on his death), Grace Thorp of Durham City, County Durham, widow (his relict), Robert Thorp of Alnwick, Northumberland, esq, and Charles Thorp of Ryton, County Durham, cleric (his sons and executors)
defendant: George Watson, cleric (rector of Rothbury)
correction for fornication (appealed to York, and remitted to Durham)
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; George Bacon - defending
Documents - notes, letters (with presentation deed), bond, proxies, citation, articles (with induction mandate), affidavit, interrogatories, depositions, inhibition (from York, on appeal), monition (from York, to transmit documents) and remission (from on failure of appeal), appointment of curate, suspension, sequestration bond and sequestration deed
3 folders, 63 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1806/5   1806-1807
promoter: Thomas Wrigglesworth of Brook Street, Hull, York, butcher, in right of his wife, Isabella Wrigglesworth (daughter and one of next of kin of deceased
defendant: Mary Dormand of Newburn, Northumberland, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of George Dormand of Newburn, Northumberland, viewer of collieries (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: P. Bowlby Marsden - prosecuting; Burrell - defending
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1807/1   1807
promoter: William Harvey of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, gent (son of deceased)
defendant: Thomas Champney of Ponteland, Northumberland (executor of deceased)
relating to: goods of Thomas Harvey of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: George Bacon - prosecuting
Documents - citation and inventory
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1807/2   1807-1809
promoters: Matthew Hunter of Byker Hill, Northumberland, gent; Thomas Walker of Chicker House, Lancaster; Elizabeth Walker (his wife) (nephew and niece of deceased)
defendant: Elizabeth Barnes of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, widow (sister, only next of kin and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Susannah Turton of Whickham, County Durham, widow (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Marsden - defending
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 8 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1807/3   1807
plaintiff: Margaret Jopling of Durham St Oswald, County Durham, wife of George Jopling, senior, yeoman
defendant: George Jopling, junior of Durham St Oswald, County Durham, joiner
defamation
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1807/4   1807-1808
promoters: Edward Reed and John Hownam (executors of deceased)
defendants: William Watson and Alexander Watson (sons of deceased)
relating to: will of William Watson of Debdon, Rothbury, Northumberland, farmer (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctor: George Bacon - prosecuting
Documents - citation, condidit, interrogatories, depositions, inventory and sentence
1 folder, 16 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1808/1   1808-1810
plaintiff: Ann Atkinson of Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland, wife of Thomas Atkinson, cordwainer
defendant: Sarah Lamb of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland, wife of James Lamb, joiner, house carpenter
defamation - whoredom
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citation, libel and depositions
1 folder, 9 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1808/2   1805-1811
plaintiff: Edward Bayly (Bailey) of Plymouth, Devon, esq
defendant: Hannah Innis (or Bayly) of Stannington, Northumberland, spinster (or wife of plaintiff), also known as Matilda Coutts (or Bayly)
matrimonial cause - for nullity of marriage because solemnised clandestinely (appealed to York)
proctors: P. Bowlby Marsden, substituted by William Fox - prosecuting; Robert Burrell - defending
Documents - citations, proxies, libel (with copy parish register entries), answers, affidavits, substitution of proxy, letters of request (to London, to hear witnesses), depositions, certificate, bill of costs, inhibition (from York, on appeal), (from York, to transmit documents)
2 folders, 53 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1808/3   1808
plaintiff: William Berry of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, esq
defendants: vicar, churchwardens and parishioners of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
confirmation of pew in Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1808/4   1808-1809
promoter: Sarah Burnup, spinster (niece and surviving executrix of deceased)
defendants: Matthew Burnup and John Burnup and William Burnup and Thomas Burnup (nephews of deceased)
relating to: will of John Burnup of Wolsingham, County Durham, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Bacon - defending
Documents - citation (promoted also by Elizabeth Burnup, widow, mother of deceased, and also against Ann Burnup and Elizabeth Burnup, spinsters, nieces of deceased), libel, interrogatories, depositions, sentence and inventory
1 folder, 15 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1808/5   1808
plaintiff: Margaret Gibbons of Gateshead, County Durham, wife of William Gibbons, the elder, miller
defendant: Jane Barras of Gateshead, County Durham, wife of John Barras, chemist and druggist
defamation
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1808/6   1808
promoter: John Little (only son and one of next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Ann Rain (formerly Little), wife of Robert Rain of Linefield House, Woodhorn, Northumberland, farmer (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Little of Linefield House, Woodhorn, Northumberland, farmer (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: P. Bowlby Marsden - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1808/7   1808
plaintiff: William Smith, cleric (rector of Ilderton)
defendant: Edmund Craster of Preston, Ellingham, Northumberland, esq
recovery of tithes of hay within Ilderton, Northumberland
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citations and libel
1 folder, 8 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1809/1   1809
plaintiff: Eleanor Atkinson of Wallsend, Northumberland, wife of William Atkinson
defendant: Jane Ovington (alias Ovinton) of Longbenton, Northumberland, wife of William Ovington (alias Ovinton)
defamation
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1809/2   1809
promoter: William Davison of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, gent, husband of Hannah Davison, daughter and one of next of kin of deceased
defendant: Hannah Smith of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Smith of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, cabinet maker, upholsterer (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1809/3   1809-1810
plaintiff: Sarah Lamb of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland, wife of James Lamb, joiner, cabinet maker
defendant: Ann Atkinson of Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland, wife of Thomas Atkinson, cordwainer
defamation - whoredom
proctor: P. Bowlby Marsden - prosecuting
Documents - citation, libel and depositions
1 folder, 9 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1809/4   1809
promoter: Robert Smith of Alnmouth, Northumberland, sole executor of Isabella Forster, widow, deceased (relict and legatee of deceased)
defendants: David Baird of Bilton, Lesbury, Northumberland, farmer; John Wailes (Wales) of Shilbottle, Northumberland, gent; Henry Taylor of Shilbottle, Northumberland, merchant, executors of John Forster of Shilbottle, Northumberland, farmer, deceased (son and sole executor of deceased)
relating to: will of James Forster of Shilbottle, Northumberland, farmer (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit will
Documents - citation and affidavit
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1809/5   1809-1810
plaintiff: Eleanor Willey of Chester-le-Street, County Durham, wife of John Willey, hatter
defendant: Mary Hall of Chester-le-Street, County Durham, wife of John Hall, yeoman
defamation - whoredom
proctors: Marsden - prosecuting; Burrell - defending
Documents - citation, libels and depositions
includes libel by defendant against plaintiff on similar charge, by way of reconvention, with depositions
1 folder, 13 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1809/6   1808-1810
plaintiff: George Wooler of Deckham (Deckholms) Hall, Gateshead, County Durham, formerly of Fawnlees (Fawlees), Wolsingham, County Durham, esq, father and guardian of John Wooler of Deckham (Deckholms) Hall, Gateshead, County Durham, formerly of Portsmouth, Hampshire, minor (former ensign in Durham Regiment of Militia)
defendant: Sarah Low (alias Gore, or Wooler) of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, formerly of Portsmouth, Hampshire, spinster (or wife of John Wooler)
matrimonial cause - for nullity of marriage because of minority
proctors: Robert Burrell, substituted by William C. Clarkson - prosecuting
Documents - citations, proxy, libel (with copy parish register entries and copy marriage licence affidavit), letters of request (to Winchester, to hear witnesses), substitution of proxy, depositions and sentence
2 folders, 46 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1810/1   1810-1813
plaintiff: George Glendinning of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, salmon cooper
defendants: Jane Ord of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, spinster; William Gibson of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, tobacconist (her tenant)
confirmation of pew in Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
proctors: P. Bowlby Marsden - prosecuting; Robert Burrell - defending
Documents - citations, allegations and bill of costs
1 folder, 11 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1810/2   1810
promoter: William Hepple of Folly, Bolam, Northumberland, or of East Bitchfield, Stamfordham, Northumberland, farmer (creditor of deceased)
defendants: Robert Fenwick of Morpeth, Northumberland, gent; John Fenwick of Morpeth, Northumberland, gent; John Kidd of Morpeth, Northumberland, breeches maker (surviving executors of deceased)
relating to: goods of George Fenwick of Morpeth, Northumberland, tanner (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Bacon - defending
Documents - citation, affidavit and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 19 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1810/3   1810-1811
promoters: Frances Laidler and Elizabeth Laidler
defendants: Elizabeth Fenwick of Benwell, Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, part of chapelry of St John that is in Northumberland of , widow; Thomas Claxton of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland (executors of deceased)
relating to: goods of George Fenwick of Benwell, Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citation and inventory
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1811/1   1811-1814
plaintiff: Reynold Gideon Bowyer, cleric (vicar of Eglingham)
defendant: Robert Curry of Brandon, Eglingham, Northumberland, farmer
recovery of tithes within Eglingham, Northumberland
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Bacon - defending
Documents - citations, libel, answers, allegations, act of court and bill of costs
citation of 1811 also against Jacob Wood and Joseph Young
1 folder, 24 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1811/2   1811-1812
plaintiff: Reynold Gideon Bowyer, cleric (vicar of Eglingham)
defendant: Arthur Story of Beanley, Eglingham, Northumberland, farmer
recovery of tithes within Eglingham, Northumberland
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citation and libel
citation also against William Menzies (of Blink Bonny, Eglingham, farmer) and Richard Carr
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1811/3   1811-1813
promoter: Ann Hunter, spinster, minor (niece of deceased), acting by her guardian, Martha Hunter of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, widow (her mother)
defendant: Matthew Hunter of Byker Hill, Northumberland, gent (brother and administrator of deceased)
relating to: goods of Stephen Hunter of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland, master mariner (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Bacon - defending
Documents - citation, election of guardian, proxy, allegation and inventory
1 folder, 12 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1811/4   1811
plaintiff: Mary Murrell of Wind Mill Hills, Gateshead, County Durham, widow
defendant: Margaret Dixon of Wind Mill Hills, Gateshead, County Durham, spinster
defamation - whoredom
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citation and libel
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1811/5   1811-1812
plaintiff: William Smith, cleric (rector of Ilderton)
defendants: Thomas Crisp and William Crisp of Roseden, Ilderton, Northumberland, farmers
recovery of tithes of hay within Ilderton, Northumberland
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citation and libel
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1811/6   1812
plaintiff: Mary Speck of Sunderland, County Durham, wife of John Speck, mariner
defendant: Isabella Swinney of Sunderland, County Durham, wife of George Swinney, keelman (late of HM Impress Service)
defamation - whoredom
proctors: P. Bowlby Marsden - prosecuting; Burrell - defending
Documents - citations, libel, depositions, sentence, bill of costs and excommunication
1 folder, 17 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1811/7   1811
plaintiff: Mary Theakston of Darlington, County Durham, wife of John Theakston, yeoman
defendant: William Bell of Darlington, County Durham, hatter
defamation
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citation, libel and interrogatories
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1811/8   1811
promoter: Henry Waggit of Hexham, Northumberland (cousin and one of next of kin of deceased)
defendant: George Rutherford of Thirsk, York, gardener (cousin and administrator of deceased)
relating to: goods of Robert Rutherford of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, gent, bachelor (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
Document - citation (from York Prerogative Court, on Letters of Request from Durham)
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1811/9   1811
promoter: Jane Ward of Gateshead, County Durham, wife of Robert Ward, shopkeeper (sister of deceased)
defendant: Margery Taylor of Tynemouth, Northumberland, wife of John Taylor, millwright (administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Isabella Innes of South Shields St Hilda, County Durham (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: P. Bowlby Marsden - prosecuting; Burrell - defending
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1811/10   1811
promoter: Mary Westgarth of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, wife of Anthony Westgarth, butcher (sister and one of next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Jane Robinson of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Robinson of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland, innkeeper (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1812/1   1812-1813
plaintiff: Reynold Gideon Bowyer, cleric (vicar of Eglingham)
defendant: Richard Carr of East Ditchburn, Eglingham, Northumberland, farmer
recovery of tithes within Eglingham, Northumberland
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citation, libel and bill of costs
1 folder, 8 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1812/2   1812-1813
plaintiff: Reynold Gideon Bowyer, cleric (vicar of Eglingham)
defendant: Jacob Wood of Shipley, Eglingham, Northumberland, farmer
recovery of tithes within Eglingham, Northumberland
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citation, libel and bill of costs
1 folder, 8 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1812/3   1812-1813
plaintiff: Reynold Gideon Bowyer, cleric (vicar of Eglingham)
defendant: Joseph Young of Brunton, Embleton, Northumberland, farmer
recovery of tithes within Eglingham, Northumberland
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citation, libel and bill of costs
1 folder, 8 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1812/4   1812
plaintiff: Jane Hodgson of Wolsingham, County Durham, wife of John Hodgson, innkeeper
defendant: Elizabeth Mainprize of Wolsingham, County Durham, wife of Thomas Mainprize, tailor
defamation - whoredom
proctors: George Bacon - prosecuting; Burrell - defending
Documents - citation, libel and depositions
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1812/5   1812-1813
promoter: William Rumney of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, cleric (lecturer in Berwick-upon-Tweed)
defendant: John Jameson of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, parish clerk
correction for neglect of duty as parish clerk
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Peter Bowlby Marsden - defending
Documents - proxies, bond, affidavit, citation, articles and monition
1 folder, 14 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1812/6   1812-1814
plaintiffs: chapelwardens of South Shields St Hilda, County Durham: Christopher Bainbridge and John Salmon
defendants: William Tate of Harton, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, yeoman; Ralph Watson of Harton, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, yeoman; John Henderson of Harton, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, yeoman; John Andrew of Dean House, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham; Thomas Smart of Harton, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, farmer; William Thompson of South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, yeoman; George Wilkinson of South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, yeoman; Philip Miller of South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, yeoman; Henry Spraggon of South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, yeoman; Mark Spraggon of South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, yeoman
recovery of church rates, South Shields St Hilda, County Durham
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citations and bundle tie
separate causes, tied together in a single bundle
1 folder, 13 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1813/1   1812-1815
promoter: Robert Bell (son and sole executor of deceased)
defendants: John Bell of South Cramlington, Cramlington, Northumberland, yeoman; Anne Pye of Kenton, Northumberland, wife of James Pye, farmer; Isabella Armstrong of East Cramlington, Cramlington, Northumberland, widow; George Bell of Hartley, Northumberland, butcher; Barbara Barker of North Shields, Northumberland, wife of John Barker, butcher; Hannah Story of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, wife of George Story, sawyer; Margaret Swan of Higham Dikes, Northumberland, wife of James Swan, farmer; Elizabeth Gilhespy of Kenton, Northumberland, wife of James Gilhespy, farmer (children and next of kin of deceased)
relating to: will of Robert Bell of East Cramlington, Cramlington, Northumberland, farmer (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Marsden - defending
Documents - citation, affidavits, will and allegation
1 folder, 12 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1813/2   1813
promoter: Thomas Dawson (eldest son and one of next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Ann Dawson of Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Dawson of Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham, earth stopper (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1813/3   1813-1814
plaintiff: Mary Moffat (n?Perkins) of Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland
defendant: John Moffat of Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland, or of Newcastle upon Tyne St John, Northumberland, butcher
matrimonial cause - restitution of conjugal rights (Compare later (apparently separate) cause between the same parties for the same purpose.)
proctor: P. Bowlby Marsden - prosecuting
Documents - citations and libel
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1813/4   1813
promoter: Thomas Smith of Hole House, St Bees, Cumberland, basket maker (first cousin and next of kin of deceased)
defendant: next of kin of deceased
relating to: goods of William Kelley of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, subdistributor of stamps and shipowner (deceased), concerns goods left unadministered by Quintin Blackburn, merchant, deceased (creditor of deceased)
probate cause - to grant admon
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1814/1   1814
plaintiff: Thomas Eggleston (Egglestone) of Cornforth, Bishop Middleham, County Durham, paper maker (trustee of deceased)
defendant: Jane Wharton, wife of John Wharton of Cornforth, Bishop Middleham, County Durham, mother and guardian of John Mohun, minor (grandson and one of next of kin of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Mohun of Cornforth, Bishop Middleham, County Durham, farmer (deceased)
probate cause - to grant admon
proctor: Marsden - prosecuting
Documents - citation and allegation
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1814/2   1814-1815
promoter: Robert Grey of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, bricklayer (legatee of deceased)
defendants: Thomas Grey of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, bricklayer; Elijah Galloway of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, gent; John Galloway of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, cordwainer (executors of deceased)
relating to: will of Robert Grey of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, bricklayer (deceased)
probate cause - subtraction of legacy
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Marsden - defending
Documents - citations, inventory (with allegation) and allegation
1 folder, 15 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1814/3   1814-1816
promoter: George Smith (brother and only next of kin of deceased)
defendants: Robert Edger of Shotton, County Durham, surgeon; Ralph Matthew Ferry of Easington, County Durham, gent (joint executors of deceased)
relating to: will of Jonathan Smith of Easington, County Durham, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to revoke probate and re-grant admon
proctors: P. Bowlby Marsden - prosecuting; Robert Burrell - defending
Documents - citation, condidit, affidavit, interrogatories, depositions, inventory (with allegation) and sentence
1 folder, 21 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1814/4   1814
promoters: John Waldon and Thomas Waldon of Brusselton, County Durham, farmers (residuary legatees of deceased)
defendant: next of kin of deceased
relating to: will of Thomas Waldon of Aycliffe, County Durham, woolcomber (deceased)
probate cause - to prove nuncupative will
Documents - citation and memorandum (of nuncupative will)
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1814/5   1814-1816
plaintiff: Mary Westwick of Barnard Castle, County Durham, wife of Robert Westwick
defendant: Thomas Dover of Barnard Castle, County Durham, blacksmith
defamation - whoredom
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; P.B. Marsden - defending
Documents - citation, libel, depositions, sentence and excommunication
1 folder, 10 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1815/1   1810-1817
promoter: William Batey of The Hole, Simonburn, Northumberland, husbandman (sole executor of deceased)
defendant: Thomas Breckons of Rawfoot, Simonburn, Northumberland, husbandman
relating to: will of Thomas Heron of The Hole, Bellingham, Simonburn, Northumberland, afterwards of Hot Hill, Bellingham, Simonburn, Northumberland, late of Highstead, Bellingham, Simonburn, Northumberland, husbandman (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctor: Peter Bowlby Marsden - prosecuting
Documents - citations, affidavits, will, condidit, answers, interrogatories, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 24 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1815/2   1815
promoter: Edward Bolton of Tynemouth, Northumberland, cordwainer (son and one of next of kin of deceased)
defendant: William Mattison of Alnwick, Northumberland, farmer (administrator of deceased)
relating to: goods of Margaret Bolton of Alnwick, Northumberland, widow (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; John Burrell - defending
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1815/3   1815
promoters: Elijah Galloway and John Galloway (co-executors of deceased)
defendant: Thomas Grey of Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland, bricklayer (co-executor of deceased)
relating to: goods of Robert Grey of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, bricklayer (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: P. Bowlby Marsden - prosecuting; Burrell - defending
Document - citation
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1815/4   1815
plaintiff: Martha Hall of Jarrow, County Durham, wife of Henry Hall, collier
defendant: John Todd of Jarrow, County Durham, collier
defamation
proctor: P. Bowlby Marsden - prosecuting
Document - citations
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1815/5   1815-1817
promoter: Ann Leybourne of Durham St Mary-le-Bow, County Durham, wife of John Leybourne, gent (sister and only next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Elizabeth Ovington of Durham St Nicholas, County Durham, wife of Robert Ovington, innkeeper (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Thomas Mowbray of Durham St Nicholas, County Durham, innkeeper (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Marsden - defending
Documents - citation, notice, affidavit, inventory (with allegation), allegation and answers
1 folder, 17 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1815/6   1815
promoter: Elizabeth Ovington of Durham St Nicholas, County Durham, wife of Robert Ovington, innkeeper, relict and adminsitratrix of Thomas Mowbray of Durham St nicholas, County Durham, innkeeper, deceased (son and one of next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Ann Leybourne of Durham St Mary-le-Bow, County Durham, wife of John Leybourne, gent (daughter, only next of kin and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Ann Mowbray of Durham St Nicholas, County Durham, widow (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: P. Bowlby Marsden - prosecuting; Burrell - defending
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1815/7   1815-1816
plaintiff: Margaret Spencer of South Shields, County Durham, wife of John Spencer, yeoman
defendant: Thomas Moore of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland, yeoman
defamation - whoredom
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citation and libel
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1816/1   1816
plaintiff: Ann Colpitts of Staindrop, County Durham, widow
defendant: Thomas Richmond of Auckland St Andrew, County Durham, yeoman
recovery of tithes within Auckland St Andrew, County Durham
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1816/2   1816
plaintiffs: Alice Dixon of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, widow; John Jobling of Stamfordham, Northumberland, gent (her tenant)
defendants: vicar, churchwardens and parishioners of Stamfordham, Northumberland
confirmation of pew in Stamfordham, Northumberland
proctor: John Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1816/3   1816-1917
plaintiffs: John Harrison of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, yeoman; William Oliver of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, yeoman (executors of deceased)
defendant: Thomas Walker of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, yeoman (father and one of next of kin of deceased)
relating to: will of Luke Walker of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, cooper (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctors: Peter Bowlby Marsden - prosecuting; Robert Burrell - defending
Documents - citations, condidit, interrogatories, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 17 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1816/4   1816
plaintiff: Ann Hedley (formerly Coates) of Prudhoe, Ovingham, Northumberland, wife of Michael Hedley, cartwright (legatee of deceased)
defendant: Cuthbert Surtees of Ebchester, County Durham (sole executor of deceased)
relating to: will of John Johnson of Shotley Bridge, Ebchester, County Durham, gent (deceased)
probate cause - subtraction of legacy
proctor: P. Bowlby Marsden - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1816/5   1816
plaintiff: John Hunter of Stamfordham, Northumberland, gent
defendants: vicar, churchwardens and parishioners of Stamfordham, Northumberland
confirmation of pew in Stamfordham, Northumberland
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1816/6   1816
plaintiff: Benjamin Kennicott, cleric (vicar of Woodhorn)
defendant: Thomas Dixon of Link House, Bedlington, North Durham, farmer
recovery of tithes
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1816/7   1816
plaintiff: Benjamin Kennicott, cleric (vicar of Woodhorn)
defendant: James Huggup of Spital House, Woodhorn, Northumberland, farmer
recovery of tithes
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1816/8   1816
plaintiff: Benjamin Kennicott, cleric (vicar of Woodhorn)
defendant: John Rippon of Willington, Brancepeth, County Durham, gent
recovery of tithes
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1816/9   1816-1819
plaintiff: Mary Moffett (n?Perkins) of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland
defendant: John Moffett of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland, butcher
matrimonial cause - restitution of conjugal rights (Compare previous (apparently separate) cause between the same parties for the same purpose.)
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Marsden - defending
Documents - citation, libel, allegation, bill of costs and monition
1 folder, 11 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1816/10   1733, 1816-1817
plaintiff: Edward Moises, cleric (vicar of Hart)
defendant: James Jobson of Hart, County Durham, farmer
recovery of tithes within Elwick, Hart, County Durham
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citation and libel (with copy terrier)
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1816/11   1816
plaintiff: Elizabeth Scott of Darlington, County Durham, wife of Thomas Scott, joiner
defendant: Martha Stobbart of Darlington, County Durham, wife of John Stobbart, woolcomber
defamation
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1816/12   1816
promoter: Elizabeth Smith of Stanhope, County Durham, spinster (residuary legatee of deceased)
defendants: David Elliott and Matthew Smith of Stanhope, County Durham (acting executors of deceased)
relating to: goods of Joseph Elliott of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, grocer (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Marsden - defending
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation: inventory and allegation in the name of David Elliott only)
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1817/1   1817
plaintiff: Hannah Fenwick (n?Worral) of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland
defendant: John Fenwick of South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, clock and watch maker
matrimonial cause - restitution of conjugal rights
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citation and libel
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1817/2   1817-1818
promoter: Peter Robson of The Spen, Ryton, County Durham (legatee of deceased)
defendants: Martha Hopper of Old Axwell, Whickham, County Durham, widow (relict of deceased); John Hopper of East Butsfield, County Durham, gent (brother of deceased); Mary Epton of Swalwell, County Durham, widow (sister of deceased); John Potts of Swalwell, County Durham, butcher (nephew of deceased)
relating to: will of Peter Hopper of Old Axwell, Whickham, County Durham, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citations, allegation, answers, depositions, affidavit and sentence
1 folder, 26 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1818/1   1818
plaintiff: Joseph Birkett of Stranton, County Durham, cleric (vicar of Stranton)
defendant: John Stonehouse of Foggy Furrows, Stranton, County Durham, farmer
recovery of tithes within Stranton, County Durham
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citations, libel and answers
1 folder, 8 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1818/2   1818
promoter: John Clunie, esq (brother and one of next of kin of deceased)
defendant: next of kin of deceased
relating to: goods of James Clunie of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, collector of customs (deceased)
probate cause - to grant admon
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1818/3   1818-1820
promoters: James Hodgson of King James' Stairs, Wapping Wall, City of London, merchant; Thomas Walters of New Crane, Wapping, City of London, merchant (creditors of deceased)
defendants: Thomas Weighill of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, shipowner; Elizabeth Richardson of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, widow (executors of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Richardson of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, shipowner (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: John Burrell - prosecuting; Robert Burrell - defending
Documents - citation, affidavit and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 8 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1818/4   1818-1819
promoters: John Humble of Croft House, Pittington, County Durham, farmer; Joseph Kell of Wolsingham Park, Wolsingham, County Durham, farmer; Elizabeth Humble of Croft House, Pittington, County Durham, spinster (executors of deceased)
defendant: John Humble of East Boldon, Boldon, County Durham, blacksmith (first cousin and one of next of kin of deceased)
relating to: will of Elizabeth Allison of Wolsingham Park, Wolsingham, County Durham, spinster (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; John Burrell - defending
Documents - citation, condidit, interrogatories, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 15 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1818/5   1818
promoters: Ann Robson; John Robson of The Chirnels, Rothbury, Northumberland, mason (nephew and niece and two of next of kin of deceased)
defendant: next of kin of deceased
relating to: goods of George Robson of Cartington, Rothbury, Northumberland, mason, bachelor (deceased)
probate cause - to grant admon
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1818/6   1818
plaintiff: John Rutherford of East Denton, Newburn, Northumberland, farmer
defendant: Mary Wilson, wife of William Wilson of Hots Pudding, Newburn, Northumberland, quarryman
defamation
proctor: P.B. Marsden - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1818/7   1818
promoters: Jane Somerville and Margaret Somerville, spinsters (only children of deceased)
defendant: next of kin of deceased
relating to: goods of Alexander Somerville of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland, dealer in marine stores (deceased)
probate cause - to grant admon
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1818/8   1818
promoter: Elizabeth Watson, widow (relict and sole executrix of deceased)
defendants: Robert Watson of Sunderland, County Durham, sail maker; Jane Watson of Sunderland, County Durham, spinster; Ann Lowthian of Sunderland, County Durham, wife of David Lowthian, tailor (children and only next of kin of deceased)
relating to: will of John Watson of Sunderland, County Durham, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citation, condidit, interrogatories, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 15 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1819/1   1819
plaintiff: William Beckwith of Herrington, County Durham, esq
defendant: Thomas Scurr of Trimdon, County Durham, yeoman
recovery of tithes and Easter offerings within Trimdon, County Durham
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1819/2   1819
promoter: John Smurfit (son and only next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Elizabeth Melvin of North Biddick, Washington, County Durham, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of George Smurfit of Birtley, Chester-le-Street, County Durham, butcher (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1820/1   1820
promoter: Edward Cockfield of Wellington Place, Stepney, Middlesex, shipowner (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Christopher Bainbridge (surviving executor of deceased)
relating to: goods of Robert Thompson of South Shields, County Durham, late of East King Street, Westoe, County Durham, butcher (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: John Burrell - prosecuting; Robert Burrell - defending
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1820/2   1820
promoter: Susannah Meynell of Durham St Margaret, County Durham, spinster (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Isabella Ebdon of New Elvet, Durham St Oswald, County Durham, spinster (cousin once removed, only next of kin and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Martin Smith of Allergate, Durham St Margaret, County Durham, tallow chandler (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: Thomas Marsden - prosecuting; Burrell - defending
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1821/1   1821
promoters: Caleb Angus and Matthew Forster and Robert Wood and John Hunter of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland (creditors of deceased)
defendant: John Jefferson Robinson of Syke near Wigton, Cumberland, gent (executor of deceased)
relating to: goods of George Armstrong Dickson of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, linen draper (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Thomas Marsden - defending
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 13 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1821/2   1821
plaintiff: Thomas Fisher (sole executor of deceased)
defendants: James Barnes and Margaret Alderson and Alderson
relating to: will of Thomas Fisher of Kirkoswald, Cumberland, formerly of Carlisle, Cumberland (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will (from the Prerogative Court, Canterbury)
Document - letters of request (to cite defendants)
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1821/3   1821
promoter: Matthew Mordue of Gateshead, County Durham, dyer (first cousin and next of kin of deceased)
defendant: William Loftus of Newcastle upon Tyne St Nicholas, Northumberland, innkeeper (administrator of unadministered goods of deceased), first cousin and administrator of William Hume Mordue of Druridge, Widdrington, Northumberland, gent, deceased (brother and only next of kin of deceased)
relating to: goods of Elizabeth Lamarch of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, widow (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
Documents - citation and affidavit
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1821/4   1821
plaintiffs: Margaret Penny of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, widow; John Penny of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland; Esther Cummings of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, widow
defendants: vicar, churchwardens and parishioners of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
confirmation of pew in Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
proctor: Thomas Marsden - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1821/5   1821
plaintiff: William Penny of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
defendants: vicar, churchwardens and parishioners of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
confirmation of pew in Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1821/6   1821
plaintiff: Ann Welford of Bishop Auckland, Auckland St Andrew, County Durham, widow
defendant: Hannah Taylor of Bishop Auckland, Auckland St Andrew, County Durham, wife of Thomas Taylor, blacksmith
defamation
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1822/1   1822-1824
promoter: Thomas Baker, cleric (rector of Whitburn)
defendant: Robert Lowther, cleric (curate of Birtley)
correction for drunkenness
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - affidavit, bond, proxy, citations, articles, interrogatories, depositions, sentence and letters testimonial (dated 1824)
1 folder, 21 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1822/2   1822
plaintiffs: William Cockayne of Bamburgh, Northumberland, surgeon; Oswald Younghusband of Chester Hall, Northumberland, farmer (creditors of deceased)
defendant: next of kin of deceased
relating to: goods of Richard Pringle of Newham New Houses, Bamburgh, Northumberland, farmer (deceased)
probate cause - to grant admon
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1822/3   1822
promoter: Elizabeth Dobson, widow (relict and legatee of deceased)
defendants: George White of Hayston House, Easington, County Durham, yeoman; Robert Dobson of Durham St Margaret, County Durham, yeoman (executors of deceased)
relating to: will of George Dobson of Great Haswell, Easington, County Durham, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - subtraction of legacy, and to exhibit inventory
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Thomas Marsden - defending
Documents - citation and inventory (with allegation)
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1822/4   1822
plaintiff: Grace Heppel of South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, wife of Thomas Heppel, mason
defendant: Sarah Brown of South Shields St Hilda, County Durham, wife of John Brown, butcher
defamation - whoredom
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citation and libel
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1822/5   1822
plaintiff: Mary Lesslie of North Shields, Northumberland, wife of John Lesslie, keelman
defendant: Miriam Parkins of North Shields, Northumberland, wife of Benjamin Parkins, keelman
defamation
proctor: Thomas Marsden - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1822/6   1822-1823
plaintiff: William Nesfield, cleric (curate of Chester-le-Street)
defendants: Peter Watson of Chester-le-Street, County Durham, shoemaker/cordwainer; Nathan Ramsay of Fatfield, Chester-le-Street, County Durham, carpenter
subtraction of Easter offerings, Chester-le-Street, County Durham
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citations, libel, depositions, answers and allegation
1 folder, 17 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1823/1   1823-1824
plaintiff: Jane Agate (alias Elwes) of Durham St Margaret, County Durham, spinster
defendant: William Henry Elwes of Tynemouth, Northumberland, gent/baronet
matrimonial cause - for nullity of marriage because of minority
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citations, libel, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 22 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1823/2   1823
plaintiff: Mary Anderson of Darlington, County Durham, wife of Jacob Anderson, carpet weaver
defendant: William Summerbell of Durham St Nicholas, County Durham, mason
defamation
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1823/3   1823-1825
plaintiff: Jane Forsyth of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, wife of Cuthbert Forsyth, victualler
defendant: Richard Hewison of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, trimmer
defamation - whoredom
proctor: Robert Burrell, the elder - prosecuting
Documents - citations, libel, depositions, sentence and bill of costs
1 folder, 13 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1823/4   1823
plaintiff: Ann Laws of Hetton-le-Hole, Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham, wife of George Laws, yeoman
defendant: Ann Day of Hetton-le-Hole, Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham, wife of Thomas Day, yeoman
defamation
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1823/5   1823
plaintiff: Ann Laws of Hetton-le-Hole, Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham, wife of George Laws, yeoman
defendant: Robert Day of Hetton-le-Hole, Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham, yeoman
defamation
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1823/6   1823
promoters: Robert Smith of Haltwhistle, Northumberland, tailor (son of deceased); Elizabeth Kettlewell of Bitcheldgate, Haltwhistle, Northumberland, wife of John Kettlewell, yeoman (daughter of deceased)
defendant: John Smith of Burn House, Haltwhistle, Northumberland, yeoman (son and sole executor of deceased)
relating to: will of Elizabeth Smith of Burn House, Haltwhistle, Northumberland, widow (deceased)
probate cause - subtraction of legacy, and to exhibit inventory
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citations and inventory
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1824/1   1824
plaintiff: Jane Birkett of Bishop Middleham, County Durham, wife of David Birkett, yeoman
defendant: Ellen Heron of Kelloe, County Durham, wife of Thomas Heron, blacksmith
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel and depositions
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1824/2   1824
plaintiff: Ellen Heron of Kelloe, County Durham, wife of Thomas Heron, blacksmith
defendant: Jane Birkett of Bishop Middleham, County Durham, wife of David Birkett, yeoman
defamation - whoredom
Documents - libel and depositions
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1824/3   1821-1824
promoter: John Carr Petrie of Darlington, County Durham, chiller, sole executor of David Petrie, deceased (universal legatee of deceased)
defendant: Margaret Bone of South Shields, County Durham, wife of Andrew Bone, merchant (sole executrix of deceased)
relating to: will of Margaret Simpson of North Shields, Northumberland, widow (deceased)
probate cause - to revoke and re-grant probate, and to exhibit inventory
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Burrell - defending
Documents - citation, affidavit, will, affidavit, condidit and will (with probate)
1 folder, 10 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1824/4   1824-1825
promoter: Ann Rankin of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, widow (relict and sole executrix of deceased)
defendants: Robert Rankin; Elizabeth Martineau, wife of Thomas Martineau; Jane Kentish, wife of Edward Kentish; Thomas Rankin; Isabella Hodgetts, wife of Thomas Hodgetts; Margaret Rankin, spinster; Mary Rankin, spinster; Georgina Alice Rankin, spinster (children of deceased); Catherine Turner, widow (granddaughter of deceased)
relating to: will of Robert Rankin of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, merchant (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Thomas Marsden - defending
Documents - citation, proxies, condidit, depositions, commission and sentence
1 folder, 22 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1824/5   1824
plaintiffs: churchwardens of Stranton, County Durham: Robert Sheraton and Matthew Smith
defendants: Thomas Dobbing and George Fletcher and Mariam Smith and Robert Smith and Thomas Smith and Francis Williamson
recovery of church rates, Stranton, County Durham
Document - citations (see separate files also)
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1824/6   1824-1826
plaintiffs: churchwardens of Stranton, County Durham: Robert Sheraton and Matthew Smith
defendant: Thomas Dobbing (Dobbins) of Stranton, County Durham, yeoman
recovery of church rates, Stranton, County Durham
proctors: Robert Burrell, the elder - prosecuting; Thomas Marsden - defending
Documents - libel, citation, answers, depositions, allegations and sentence
1 folder, 33 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1824/7   1824-1826
plaintiffs: churchwardens of Stranton, County Durham: Robert Sheraton and Matthew Smith
defendant: George Fletcher of Stranton, County Durham, gent
recovery of church rates, Stranton, County Durham
proctors: Robert Burrell, the elder - prosecuting; Thomas Marsden - defending
Documents - libel, citation, answers, depositions, allegations and sentence
1 folder, 33 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1824/8   1824-1826
plaintiffs: churchwardens of Stranton, County Durham: Robert Sheraton and Matthew Smith
defendant: Marian (Mariam) Smith of Stranton, County Durham, widow
recovery of church rates, Stranton, County Durham
proctors: Robert Burrell, the elder - prosecuting; Thomas Marsden - defending
Documents - libel, citation, answers, depositions, allegations and sentence
1 folder, 33 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1824/9   1824-1826
plaintiffs: churchwardens of Stranton, County Durham: Robert Sheraton and Matthew Smith
defendant: Robert Smith of Stranton, County Durham, yeoman
recovery of church rates, Stranton, County Durham
proctors: Robert Burrell, the elder - prosecuting; Thomas Marsden - defending
Documents - libel, citation, answers, depositions, allegations, sentence and act of court
1 folder, 36 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1824/10   1824-1826
plaintiffs: churchwardens of Stranton, County Durham: Robert Sheraton and Matthew Smith
defendant: Thomas Smith of Stranton, County Durham, yeoman
recovery of church rates, Stranton, County Durham
proctors: Robert Burrell, the elder - prosecuting; Thomas Marsden - defending
Documents - libel, citation, answers, depositions, allegations and sentence
1 folder, 33 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1824/11   1824-1826
plaintiffs: churchwardens of Stranton, County Durham: Robert Sheraton and Matthew Smith
defendant: Francis Williamson of Stranton, County Durham, yeoman
recovery of church rates, Stranton, County Durham
proctors: Robert Burrell, the elder - prosecuting; Thomas Marsden - defending
Documents - libel, citation, answers, depositions, allegations and sentence
1 folder, 33 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1825/1   1825
mere office case
defendants: Mary Dobson of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, wife of Charlton Dobson, mariner; Margaret Blakey of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, wife of Robert Blakey, whitesmith (daughters and next of kin of deceased)
relating to: goods of Christian Carnaby of Newcastle upon Tyne St Andrew, Northumberland, widow (deceased)
correction for temerary administration
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1825/2   1824-1826
promoter: George Buston of Witton-le-Wear, County Durham, parish clerk
defendant: William James Buston of Witton-le-Wear, County Durham
revocation and re-granting of parish clerk's licence, Witton-le-Wear, County Durham
proctor: Thomas Marsden - prosecuting
Documents - proxy, libel (with copy of parish clerk's appointment) and bill of costs
1 folder, 8 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1825/3   1825-1827
plaintiff: Hannah Hunter (or Smith) of Walbottle, Newburn, Northumberland, spinster
defendant: George Smith of Newcastle upon Tyne All Saints, Northumberland, yeoman
matrimonial cause - for nullity of marriage because of impotency
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Thomas Marsden - defending
Documents - proxies, citation, libel, letters of request, substitutions of proxies and certificates
1 folder, 23 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1825/4   1825
plaintiff: Isabella Jackson of Low Stanley, Tanfield, County Durham, wife of George Jackson, farmer (daughter and legatee of deceased)
defendant: Joseph Clark of Beckley, Tanfield, County Durham, farmer (son and sole executor of deceased)
relating to: will of William Clark of East Hartford, Horton, Northumberland, formerly of Beckley, Tanfield, County Durham, yeoman (deceased)
probate cause - subtraction of legacy, and to exhibit inventory
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citation and declaration (for inventory)
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1825/5   1825
promoter: Elizabeth Lishman, widow, relict and administratrix of Cuthbert Lishman of North Shields, Northumberland, mariner, deceased (son and one of next of kin of deceased)
defendants: Christopher Lishman and John Lishman of Tynemouth, Northumberland, mariners (only children and administrators of deceased)
relating to: goods of Isabella Lishman of North Shields, Northumberland, widow (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1825/6   1825
promoter: Elizabeth Lishman, widow, relict and administratrix of Cuthbert Lishman of North Shields, Northumberland, mariner, deceased (brother and one of next of kin of deceased)
defendants: Christopher Lishman and John Lishman of Tynemouth, Northumberland, mariners (brothers and administrators of deceased)
relating to: goods of Matthew Lishman of merchant ship, The Friends, mariner (died at sea)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1825/7   1825
promoter: Elizabeth Lishman, widow, relict and administratrix of Cuthbert Lishman of North Shields, Northumberland, mariner, deceased (brother and one of next of kin of deceased)
defendants: Christopher Lishman and John Lishman of Tynemouth, Northumberland, mariners (brothers and administrators of deceased)
relating to: goods of Robert Lishman of merchant ship, Hope, mariner (died at sea)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1825/8   1825
plaintiff: Jane Malthouse of Bishop Middleham, County Durham, spinster
defendant: Joseph Preston of Bishop Middleham, County Durham, yeoman
defamation - whoredom
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citation and libel
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1826/1   1822-1827
promoter: Thomas Potts of 70 Minories, City of London, gunmaker (son and sole executor of deceased)
defendants: Joseph Harper of Heighington, County Durham, innkeeper; Thomas Dickinson of Heighington, County Durham, schoolmaster (executors of deceased)
relating to: will of Mary Potts of Heighington, County Durham, widow (deceased)
probate cause - to revoke and re-grant probate, and to exhibit inventory
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Thomas Marsden - defending
Documents - citation, will, proxy, condidit, interrogatories, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 16 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1826/2   1826-1827
plaintiff: Jane Wilkinson, wife of John Allen Wilkinson of Bishop Auckland, Auckland St Andrew, County Durham, hairdresser
defendant: Margaret Brown, wife of George Brown of Bishop Auckland, Auckland St Andrew, County Durham, staymaker
defamation - whoredom
proctor: Thomas Marsden - prosecuting
Documents - citation and libel
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1826/3   1826
promoters: Isabella Robson, wife of Thomas Robson, brewer; Barbara Young, widow (daughters and next of kin of deceased)
defendants: George Hunnam and John Swan and John Craig of North Shields, Northumberland (executors of deceased)
relating to: will of John Heaviside of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, shipowner (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Robert Burrell, the younger - defending
Documents - citation, condidit, affidavit, interrogatories and depositions
1 folder, 12 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1827/1   1827-1828
promoters: William Bowser and Margaret Bowser, infants (grandchildren of deceased), acting by their guardian, Timothy Bowser of Darlington, County Durham, butcher (their father)
defendants: John Robinson and Robert Bland (executors of deceased)
relating to: will of Joseph Robinson of Haughton le Skerne, County Durham, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to prove testamentary schedules
proctors: Marsden - prosecuting; Robert Burrell - defending
Documents - citation, allegation, commission, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 24 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1827/2   1827
plaintiff: Mary Bulman (formerly Whinfield), wife of Stephen Bulman of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, gent (legatee of deceased)
defendant: Elizabeth Fenwick (formerly Cuthbertson), wife of Barnabas Fenwick of Ryton, County Durham, gent (only child and residuary legatee of deceased)
relating to: goods of Henry Cuthbertson of Ryton, County Durham, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to grant admon
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1827/3   1827
promoter: John Green of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, grocer (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Maria Walker (formerly Green), wife of Thomas Walker of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, master mariner (surviving executrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of William Green of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, shipowner
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Thomas Marsden - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1827/4   1827-1828
plaintiff: Hannah Robson, wife of John Robson, the elder of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, miller
defendant: John Robson, the younger of Market Place Mill, Durham St Nicholas, County Durham, miller
defamation - whoredom
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Thomas Marsden - defending
Documents - citation, libel, depositions and allegation
1 folder, 10 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1827/5   1827
promoter: Robert Swan of Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham, potter (nephew and one of next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Ann Crow, wife of Thomas Crow of Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham, shoemaker (niece, one of next of kin and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of William Mulby of Hartley Pans, Earsdon, Northumberland, overman (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Thomas Marsden - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1827/6   1827
promoter: George William Todd of Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, timber merchant, administrator of the goods of Thomas Burdon of Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, gent (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Ann Stuart (formerly Sigsworth), wife of James Stuart of Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, bread baker (relict and sole executrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of William Sigsworth of Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, baker (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citation and inventory
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1828/1   1828
plaintiff: Abraham Dawson, gent (creditor of deceased)
defendant: William Andrews
probate cause - [details unknown]
Document - affidavit of serving citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1828/2   1828-1829
promoter: John Fletcher of Hartlepool, County Durham, mason, yeoman (father and one of next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Rebecca Fletcher, widow (relict and sole executrix of deceased)
relating to: will of Zachariah Fletcher of Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, statuary mason (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctors: Thomas Marsden - prosecuting; Robert Burrell, the elder - defending
Documents - citation, proxies, condidit, affidavits and allegation
1 folder, 13 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1828/3   1828-1830
plaintiffs: Mowbray Lookup of Coatham Mundeville, Haughton le Skerne, County Durham, gent; John Lookup of Coundon Grange, Auckland St Andrew, County Durham, gent: sons and acting executors of the will of John Lookup of Coundon Grange, Auckland St Andrew, County Durham, gent, deceased
defendant: John Heugh of Middridge Grange, Auckland St Andrew, County Durham, farmer
recovery of tithes of calves within Middridge Grange, Auckland St Andrew, County Durham
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Thomas Marsden - defending
Documents - citations, libel, answers, allegation, interrogatories and depositions
1 folder, 30 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1828/4   1828-1829
promoter: Hannah Melvin of Russell Street, Drury Lane, Middlesex, widow (legatee of deceased)
defendants: John Brandling of Kenton Lodge, Northumberland, esq; Robert Green of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, cleric (executors of deceased)
relating to: will of Charles Ogle of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, esq (deceased)
probate cause - subtraction of legacy
proctors: Robert Burrell, the younger - prosecuting; Robert Burrell, the elder - defending
Documents - citation, proxies, libel and bill of costs
1 folder, 9 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1828/5   1828-1829
voluntary promoter: Charles Thorp of Ryton, County Durham, cleric, commissary of official of Richard Prosser, cleric, archdeacon of Durham
defendant: Joseph White of St John's Chapel-in-Weardale, Stanhope, County Durham, cleric (curate of St John's Chapel-in-Weardale)
correction for drunkenness
proctors: Robert Burrell, the elder, substituted by Robert Burrell, the younger - prosecuting; Thomas Marsden - defending
Documents - act of court, bond, proxy, citations, articles, commission, substitution of proxy, depositions, sentence, suspension and bill of costs
1 folder, 41 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1829/1   1829
promoters: churchwardens of Jarrow, County Durham: John Smith and John Straker and Henry Micheson and Richard Forster
defendant: William Wallis of Jarrow, County Durham (late churchwarden of deceased)
exhibition of churchwardens' accounts, Jarrow, County Durham
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1829/2   1829-1830
promoter: William Turnbull of Granary Row, Gateshead, County Durham, pitman (brother and one of next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Eleanor Turnbull of Park Lane, Gateshead, County Durham, widow (sole executrix and universal legatee of deceased)
relating to: will of John Turnbull of Park Lane, Gateshead, County Durham, collier (deceased)
probate cause - to revoke probate and re-grant admon, and to exhibit inventory
proctors: Thomas Marsden - prosecuting; Robert Burrell - defending
Documents - citation, proxies, affidavits, condidits, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 21 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1829/3   1829
promoters: Thomas Walker of Shire Moor, Tynemouth, Northumberland, farmer, son, next of kin and administrator of Ann Walker, widow, deceased, one of residuary legatees of deceased ([brother of deceased])
defendants: John Harrison of North Shields, Northumberland, common brewer; William Oliver of North Shields, Northumberland, pawnbroker (executors of deceased)
relating to: goods of Luke Walker of North Shields, Northumberland, cooper (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1829/4   1829
plaintiff: William Webster of Durham St Giles, County Durham, chemist
defendant: Jane Grisdale of Durham St Nicholas, County Durham, widow
intrusion into pew in Durham St Giles, County Durham
proctor: Thomas Marsden - prosecuting
Documents - citation and libel
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1830/1   1830
promoter: John Blagdon (father and only next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Barbara Blagdon of Toll Square, Tynemouth, Northumberland, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of William Blagdon of Toll Square, Tynemouth, Northumberland, mariner (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
Documents - citation and inventory
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1830/2   1830
promoter: official of the archdeacon of Northumberland: Charles Thorp, cleric
defendants: vicar, churchwardens and parishioners of Haltwhistle, Northumberland; Edward Blackett of Matfen, Northumberland, baronet
proving Beltingham chapel to be a chapel of ease to Haltwhistle
proctors: Burrell, senior - prosecuting; Robert Burrell, the younger - defending
Documents - proxy, citation, libel and acts of court
1 folder, 8 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1831/1   1831-1832
plaintiffs: churchwardens of Alnwick, Northumberland: William Gibb and William Baird and Robert Swann and William Ogle
defendant: George Wilson of Abbey Lands, Alnwick, Northumberland, yeoman
recovery of church rates
Documents - citations, libel and answers
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1831/2   1831
promoters: Nicholas Fenwick of North Shields, Northumberland, gent; Richard Medcalf of North Shields, Northumberland, gent; Ann Dickinson, spinster (executors of deceased)
defendants: James Shippard of North Shields, Northumberland, trimmer (brother of deceased); Ann Loraine of South Shields, County Durham, widow (sister of deceased); Isabella Atkinson of South Shields, County Durham, widow (sister of deceased); Martin Morris of North Shields, Northumberland, master mariner (nephew of deceased); John Morris of North Shields, Northumberland, master mariner (nephew of deceased); Margaret Whittingham of South Shields, County Durham, wife of Thomas Whittingham, pilot (niece of deceased); Isabella Lawson of South Shields, County Durham, wife of Matthew Lawson, pilot (niece of deceased); Martha Wheldon of Howdon Pans, Wallsend, Northumberland (niece of deceased)
relating to: will of John Shippard of Northumberland Place, Tynemouth, Northumberland, gent
probate cause - to prove will
Documents - citations, condidit, depositions and sentence
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1831/3   1831
plaintiff: Ann Hay of Lesbury, Northumberland, spinster, minor, acting by her guardian, John Herdman of Lesbury, Northumberland, cleric, doctor of medicine
defendant: Richard Procter of Lesbury, Northumberland, cleric
defamation
proctor: Thomas Marsden - prosecuting
Documents - election of guardian and proxy
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1832/1   1832
promoter: [unknown]
defendant: James Thompson of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, slater (administrator of deceased)
relating to: goods of James Thompson of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, mason (deceased)
probate cause - [to exhibit inventory]
Documents - inventories and accounts
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1832/2   1832
promoters: Jane Dixon, wife of Ralph Dixon of Jesmond, Northumberland, gent; Ralph Dixon, the younger of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, gent, executors of Mary Snowball of Folly Wharf, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, widow, deceased (while living, sole executrix of deceased)
defendant: William Swan of Walker, Longbenton, Northumberland (one of the executors of deceased)
relating to: will of Joseph Snowball of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to revoke [and re-grant] probate
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1832/3   1829-1833
promoter: Margaret Hill, wife of William Hill of Glasgow, North Britain, supervisor of excise (residuary legatee of deceased)
defendants: Adam Smith of Berry Hill, Northumberland, farmer; James Jaffray of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, bookbinder (executors of deceased)
relating to: will of Elizabeth Hill of Etal House, Ford, Northumberland, spinster (deceased)
probate cause - to revoke [and re-grant] probate, and to exhibit inventory
proctor: Thomas Marsden - defending
Documents - citations, allegations, affidavits, proxies, interrogatories, depositions, renunciation, will, answers, letters of request, arguments, sentence, acts of court and bill of costs
5 folders, 162 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1832/4   1832
promoter: Jane McDougle, spinster
defendants: John Grey and John Carr and George Carr (executors of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Carr, esq (deceased)
probate cause - [to exhibit inventory ?]
Document - bill of costs
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1832/5   1832
promoter: Edward Coates Taylor of Baltimore, United States of America, cordwainer (nephew and one of next of kin of deceased)
defendants: George Hinde of Darlington, County Durham, butcher; Margaret Hinde of Darlington, County Durham, spinster, executors of Margaret Hinde of Darlington, County Durham, widow, deceased (while living, sole executrix of deceased)
relating to: will of Elizabeth Coates (alias Coats) of Hurworth, County Durham, spinster (deceased)
probate cause - to revoke probate and re-grant admon
Documents - citation, libel, depositions, act of court and sentence
1 folder, 19 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1834/1   1834-1835
promoters: John Henry Thirlwell Elliott and Frances Mary Elliott, minor and infant (only children of deceased), acting by their guardian, William Elliott of Shank Hall, Alnwick, Northumberland, farmer (their uncle)
defendants: Henry Hird of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, chemist; John Brown of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, cutter; Catherine Talbot of Durham City, County Durham, spinster (executors of deceased)
relating to: will of John Elliott of Durham City, County Durham, draper (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; John Burrell - defending
Documents - election of guardian, proxies, citations, protest, allegations, affidavits, interrogatories, depositions, answers and acts of court
includes acts of court relating to separate cause: Rymer against Brown, 1834
5 folders, 114 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1834/1(part)   1834
promoter: Elizabeth Rymer, wife of Thomas Rymer, mariner (niece of deceased)
defendant: Jane Brown, wife of Thomas Brown (sister of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Robinson (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory (?)
proctors: R. Burrell - prosecuting; J. Burrell - defending
Document - acts of court
written up on acts of court for separate cause, Elliott against Hird et al, 1834-1835
(written onto acts for separate cause)
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1835/1   1823-1840
promoters: James Ainslie; Margaret Ainslie (formerly Muckle) (his wife), adminstratrix of George Muckle, son and substituted legatee of deceased (granddaughter and legatee of deceased)
defendant: John Muckle (son and acting executor of deceased)
relating to: will of John Muckle of Norham, North Durham, gent (deceased)
probate cause - recovery of legacy
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Thomas Marsden - defending
Documents - citations, libel, proxies, answers, allegation and acts of court
1 folder, 43 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1835/2   1835
promoter: Hammond Hubbick (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Ralph Dixon of Pelaw Wood House, Durham St Giles, County Durham, gent (brother, one of next of kin and administrator of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Dixon of Framwellgate, Durham St Margaret, County Durham, attorney at law (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
Document - inventory
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1836/1   1836-1837
promoter: Thomas Wilkinson of Hartlepool, County Durham, fisherman
defendant: Thomas Goulding of Hartlepool, County Durham, assistant overseer
for recovery of pew in Hartlepool, County Durham (possibly never came to court)
Document - letters
1 folder, 5 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1837/1   1837
plaintiffs: Louisa Goddard, widow; Henry Wellesley, cleric
defendant: James Joseph Hope Vere, esq
[cause not stated] (cause from the Prerogative Court of Canterbury)
proctors: Nathaniel Robarts (substitute for Robert Rutherford) - prosecuting; John Irving Glennie (substitute for Joseph Edwards) - defending
Document - acts of court
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1837/2   1837
promoter: James Simpson, esq
defendant: O'Callaghan
probate cause - [details unknown]
Documents - instructions to witness and deposition
1 folder, 4 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1838/1   1838
plaintiff: John Christopher Hickson, esq
defendants: John Lambert of Alnwick, Northumberland, esq (sole executor and residuary legatee of deceased); Jane Aylward (alias Lambert) and Elizabeth Cooke (alias Lambert) of Alnwick, Northumberland, widows (daughters, only surviving next of kin and principal legatees of deceased)
relating to: will of Anthony Lambert of Alnwick, Northumberland, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit will (cause in Court of Prerogative, Ireland)
Document - letters of request
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1840/1   1840
plaintiff: Mary Peacock of Potto, Walton, York, spinster
defendant: James Mewburn of Leake, York, farmer
defamation
Document - citation
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1841/1   1841
plaintiff: Harriet Leaton Blenkinsopp (formerly Collingwood)
defendant: George Thomas Leaton Blenkinsopp of Hoppy-Land, Auckland St Andrew, County Durham, esq (her husband)
matrimonial cause - divorce for adultery and cruelty (appealed to York)
proctor: Robert Burrell - defending
Documents - proxies, libel, notes, inhibition and monition
1 folder, 15 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1842/1   1842
promoter: John Foster Elmslie of St Giles in the Fields, Middlesex, esq
defendant: Ann Elmslie of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, widow
matrimonial cause - for nullity of marriage because of affinity
proctor: Robert Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citation and proxy
1 folder, 3 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1844/1   1844
promoters: John Blenkinsop of West Dean Lodge, South Shields (Borough), County Durham, farmer; Luke Blenkinsop of High Simonside, County Durham, farmer; Barnabas Collin of Jarrow, County Durham, farmer (executors of deceased)
defendant: Isabella Straker, wife of John Straker of Point Pleasant, Wallsend, Northumberland, gent (niece and one of next of kin of deceased)
relating to: will of Samuel Blenkinsop of West Dean House, South Shields (Borough), County Durham, farmer, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctors: Thomas Marsden - prosecuting; R. Burrell - defending
Documents - libel, citation, depositions, sentence, acts of court and folder
1 folder, 23 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1846/1   1830, 1846
promoter: Jane Green (formerly Redhead), spinster, wife of Thomas Green of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, shipowner (residuary legatee of deceased)
defendant: William Redhead of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland, gent (husband of deceased)
relating to: goods of Margaret Redhead of North Shields, Tynemouth, Northumberland (deceased)
probate cause - to grant admon
proctors: Robert Burrell - prosecuting; Thomas Marsden - defending
Documents - citation, affidavits, will and acts of court
1 folder, 9 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1847/1   1847-1848
plaintiffs: churchwardens of Stanhope, County Durham: John Bainbridge and Thomas Sanderson and Matthew Longstaff and John Lonsdale and John Emerson and John Peart
defendants: Thomas Willis of Cross Hill, Stanhope, County Durham, farmer; John Holdroyd of Frosterley, Stanhope, County Durham, farmer; John Robinson of West Lowen, Stanhope, County Durham, farmer
recovery of church rates, Stanhope, County Durham (appealed to York; rectius, 3 separate causes)
proctors: Thomas Marsden - prosecuting; John Burrell - defendingJohn Burrell - defendingJohn Burrell - defending
Documents - notes, acts of court, affidavit, appeals, monitions, receipt and folder
1 folder, 23 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1848/1   1848
promoters: Margaret White, administratrix of Robert White, creditor of deceased
defendant: Hannah Blackburn of Arbour House, Durham St Oswald, County Durham, widow (relict and administratrix of deceased)
relating to: goods of Robert Blackburn of Arbour House, Durham St Oswald, County Durham, farmer (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctor: John Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citation, inventory, allegation, answers, acts of court and folder label
1 folder, 16 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1849/1   1849
promoters: Eleanor Farrage and James Farrage, minors (residuary legatees of deceased), acting by their guardian, James Farrage of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, shipowner (their father)
defendant: John Irwin of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, gent (executor of deceased)
relating to: goods of Ralph Smith of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, innkeeper (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: John Burrell - prosecuting; Marsden - defending
Documents - appointment of guardian, proxy, citation, declaration (for inventory), acts of court and folder
1 folder, 18 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1849/2   1848-1851
promoter: George Sharer of Gateshead, County Durham, agent (executor and residuary legatee of deceased)
defendant: Ralph Carnaby of Coxhoe, County Durham, fire-brick manufacturer (executor and residuary legatee of deceased)
relating to: will of Robert Tate of Gateshead, County Durham, gent (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will (note of appeal (withdrawn))
proctors: John Burrell - prosecuting; Thomas Marsden - defending
Documents - proxy, allegations, citations, affidavits, wills, answers, argument, sentence and folder
3 folders, 154 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1850/1   1850-1851
promoter: William Robson (brother and next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Anne Robson (alias Martin) of Sunderland (Borough), County Durham, widow (relict and administrator of deceased)
relating to: goods of Robert Robson of High Street, Sunderland (Borough), County Durham, butcher, shipowner (deceased)
probate cause - to revoke and re-grant admon
proctors: John Burrell - prosecuting; Thomas Marsden - defending
Documents - citation, proxies, acts of court and folders
1 folder, 24 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1851/1   1851
promoter: Alexander Haig, (surviving partner of firm of Messrs James Haig and Son) (creditor of deceased)
defendant: Alexander George Gray of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, wine and spirit merchant (creditor and administrator of deceased)
relating to: goods of Ephraim Dixon of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, spirit merchant (deceased)
probate cause - to exhibit inventory
proctors: John Burrell - prosecuting; Marsden - defending
Documents - citation, inventory, proxy, acts of court, note and folders
1 folder, 14 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1851/2   1851-1859
plaintiff: John Potts of Sunderland (Borough), County Durham, surgeon
defendant: Agnes Potts (n?Bradley) of Hayes, Middlesex
matrimonial cause - divorce for adultery (papers transmitted to Court of Matrimonial and Divorce Causes under 1857 act, 1859)
proctors: J. Burrell - prosecuting; Marsden - defending
Documents - acts of court, letters and folder
1 folder, 21 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1852/1   1852
promoter: Edward Hussey Adamson of Heworth St Alban, County Durham, cleric
defendant: Thomas Snowdon of Heworth St Alban, County Durham (chapelwarden)
correction for removal of two candlesticks and an alms dish from the communion table, Heworth St Alban, County Durham
proctor: John Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - bond, citation, proxy, testimonial, articles, acts of court and folder
1 folder, 29 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1852/2   1852-1853
plaintiff: James Humphrey Brown of Dalton-le-Dale, County Durham, cleric
defendant: Joseph Snowdon of Murton Colliery, Dalton-le-Dale, County Durham, labourer
defamation
proctor: Thomas Marsden - prosecuting
Documents - acts of court, citation, proxy and folder
1 folder, 7 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1852/3   1852-1854
plaintiff: Elizabeth Laidler (formerly Hall)
defendant: William Laidler (her husband) of Elsdon, County Durham, farmer
matrimonial cause - divorce for cruelty and adultery
proctor: John Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citations, proxies, libel, allegation, affidavits, sentence, acts of court and folder label
1 folder, 53 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1852/4   1852
plaintiffs: Matthew Plummer of Heworth, County Durham, cleric; Pearson of Heworth, County Durham (chapelwarden)
defendant: John Stephenson of Heworth, County Durham (chapelwarden)
disruption of pew in Heworth, County Durham
details of cause uncertain
Documents - letters and certificates
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1852/5   1849-1852
promoters: Peter Smurthwaite and John Smurthwaite and Margaret Marshall and George Priarman (cousins and next of kin of deceased)
defendant: Brian Harrison of West Newbiggin, County Durham, farmer (executor of deceased)
relating to: will of Hannah Smurthwaite of Hartburn, Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, spinster (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will (otherwise to revoke probate and re-grant admon)
proctor: Thomas Marsden - defending
Documents - probate, citations, proxies, inventory, allegation, interrogatories, affidavits, answers, acts of court and folder
2 folders, 50 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1852/6   1852
plaintiff: Ann Welsh (formerly Allison) of Durham City, County Durham
defendant: William Welsh of Red Hurworth, Kelloe, County Durham, farmer
matrimonial cause - divorce for cruelty and adultery
proctor: John Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citation, acts of court and folder label
1 folder, 6 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1854/1   1832-1855
promoters: Isaac Barras and James Barras and Mary Barras and Elizabeth Barras of Craghead, County Durham, spinsters (surviving children of William Barras and as such the residuary legatees of deceased)
defendants: John Brack of Farrington Hall, Silksworth, County Durham, farmer; Robert Ralph (or Ralph Robert) Anderson of Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham, surgeon (executors of deceased)
relating to: goods of John Barras of Monkwearmouth, County Durham, late of the Fourth Incline, Hetton Railway, Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham, crate maker (deceased)
probate cause - to grant admon
proctors: John Burrell - prosecuting; Thomas Marsden - defending
Documents - renunciation, citation, affidavits, allegation, proxies, acts of court, copy will, answers, deposition and folder
1 folder, 38 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1855/1   1855-1856
promoters: Wylam Hudspeth and Thomas Hudspeth of Gateshead, County Durham, cabinet makers (executors of deceased)
defendants: Catherine Hudspeth of Gateshead Low Fell, Gateshead, County Durham, widow (relict of deceased); William Hudspeth of Marley Hill Colliery, Whickham, County Durham, master shifter (nephew of deceased)
relating to: will of Joseph Hudspeth of Gateshead Low Fell, Gateshead, County Durham, mariner (deceased)
probate cause - to prove will
proctors: John Burrell - prosecuting; [in person], R. Burrell and Marsden - defending
Documents - citations, depositions, proxy, allegations, sentence, acts of court and folder
1 folder, 29 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1859/1   1850-1859
plaintiffs: churchwardens of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham: Edwin Gray and John James Kayll
defendant: Thomas Alderson of North Hall, Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, farmer
recovery of church rates, Bishopwearmouth, County Durham
proctor: Robert Anthony Burrell - prosecuting
Documents - citation, proxy, libel and folder
1 folder, 15 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1862/1   1862-1863
plaintiffs: churchwardens of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham: Edwin Gray and John James Kayll
defendant: Edward Backhouse of Ashbourne, Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, gent
recovery of church rates, Bishopwearmouth, County Durham (referred to Exchequer of Pleas)
proctors: Robert Anthony Burrell - prosecuting; Robert Brown - defending
Documents - citation, proxy, protest, answer, order, notes, acts of court and wrapper
1 folder, 28 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1863/1   1860-1863
plaintiffs: churchwardens of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham: Edwin Gray and John James Kayll
defendant: Robert Fair of Tunstal Road, Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, farmer
recovery of church rates, Bishopwearmouth, County Durham
proctors: Robert Anthony Burrell - prosecuting; Robert Brown - defending
Documents - citation, proxies, libel and copy rates
1 folder, 20 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1863/2   1859-1863
plaintiffs: churchwardens of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham: Edwin Gray and John James Kayll
defendant: Thomas Hall of The Plains, Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, farmer
recovery of church rates, Bishopwearmouth, County Durham
proctors: Robert Anthony Burrell - prosecuting; Robert Brown - defending
Documents - citation, proxies, libel, copy rates and notes
1 folder, 23 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1863/3   1859-1863
plaintiffs: churchwardens of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham: Edwin Gray and John James Kayll
defendant: William Nixon of Durham Road, Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, farmer
recovery of church rates, Bishopwearmouth, County Durham
proctors: Robert Anthony Burrell - prosecuting; Robert Brown - defending
Documents - citation, proxies, libel, copy rates, acts of court and wrapper
1 folder, 26 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1863/4   1859-1863
plaintiffs: churchwardens of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham: Edwin Gray and John James Kayll
defendant: John Proud of Tunstal Road, Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, farmer
recovery of church rates, Bishopwearmouth, County Durham
proctors: Robert Anthony Burrell - prosecuting; Robert Brown - defending
Documents - citation, proxies, libel and copy rates
1 folder, 9 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1863/5   1861-1863
plaintiffs: churchwardens of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham: Edwin Gray and John James Kayll
defendants: James Tate and William Tate and John Tate of Durham Road, Bishopwearmouth, County Durham, farmers
recovery of church rates, Bishopwearmouth, County Durham
proctors: Robert Anthony Burrell - prosecuting; Robert Brown - defending
Documents - citation, proxies, libel, copy rates, answers and acts of court
1 folder, 21 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/1868/1   1868-1869
plaintiffs: churchwardens of Wolsingham, County Durham: William Shaw, the younger and John Teasdale Bell and William Newby and Anthony Scorer
defendant: Valentine Devey (Devy) of Wolsingham, County Durham, surgeon
perturbation of pew in Wolsingham, County Durham
proctors: Thomas Jones - prosecuting; J.G. Hargreaves - defending
Documents - acts of court, proxies, libel, answers, allegation, notes and wrapper
1 folder, 41 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/undated/1   undated
plaintiff: Steven Walton
defendant: Jane Lawson
Defamation (fornication and corruption)
Notes relating to affidavits/depositions, by Jane Walker, spinster, and Jane Rudd, spinster
Identification of cause uncertain
1 folder, 2 ff.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/undated/2   undated
Note relating to examination/deposition of Mary Potts of Bishopwearmouth
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/undated/3   undated
Note relating to administration to Thomas Newcomb of Bishop Auckland, blacksmith, deceased
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/undated/4   undated
Notes for depositions of Mary Farguson of Bishop Auckland, wife of Thomas Farguson; George Carlisle of Bishop Auckland, yeoman; Robert Wrangham of Bishop Auckland, innkeeper
1 folder, 1 f.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3/undated/5   undated
Notes for depositions of Thomas Young, William Lamb and Thomas Carter
1 folder, 1 f.
Cause papers - notes and lists etc
Reference: DDR/EJ/CCD/4
Extent: 1 bundle
General notes, lists and indexes relating to the series of Consistory Court cause papers
A late 18th century index to the cause papers and some modern (19th-20th century) notes and lists. Some of the lists include numbers, as found on some of the cause papers.

Citation drafts and notes
Reference: DDR/EJ/CCD/5
Dates of creation: 1730s, 1770s-1790s and undated
Extent: 2¼ boxes
Drafts for citation mandates and notes of other court documents
Small documents, with notes of citations and other court records, probably used as drafts for preparing the court documents. Many of these documents have been previously filed on 'thongs' or spikes, and their chronological order is not very strict.
Date order. Undated documents are generally left in the order in which they were found, among the dated documents. Original bundles or groupings have not been broken up or re-sorted.
Most of the documents for the 1770s and 1780s are still filed on a rusty spike, and cannot be consulted until they have been flattened and conserved.

Citation mandates
Reference: DDR/EJ/CCD/6
Dates of creation: 1727, 1730-1735, 1737, 1776, 1792, 1800-1826
Extent: 3 boxes
Mandates addressed to apparitors or local clergy etc, to cite parties to the consistory court
The citation mandates are accompanied by a few original folders and several unidentified fragments. They often include a certificate from the apparitor of having served the citation.
Sorted by date, and each date then arranged by surname

Monitions
Reference: DDR/EJ/CCD/7
Dates of creation: 1731-1734
Extent: 1 folder
Monitions to pay costs
DDR/EJ/CCD/3
Many more monitions are included among the papers for particular causes: only a few have been previously kept separate to form this class.

Declarations of penance
Reference: DDR/EJ/CCD/8
Dates of creation: 1668-1856 and undated1668, 1711-1722, 1731-1737, 1760-1831, 1856 and undated
Extent: 3 boxes
Declarations of penances to be performed by guilty parties in consistory court causes
Sorted by year, and by surname within each year
DDR/EJ/CCD/3
The main series of consistory court cause papers also includes a few declarations of penance.

Excommunications, significations to J.P.s and absolutions
Reference: DDR/EJ/CCD/9
Dates of creation: 1720-18121720, 1724, 1731-1733, 1735, 1767, 1776-1777, 1789, 1811-1812
Extent: 1 folder
Schedules of excommunication (for reading out within a guilty party's parish church), absolutions, and related documents.
DDR/EJ/CCD/3
Other excommunications and related documents may be found among the main series of consistory court cause papers.

Bills of expenses
Reference: DDR/EJ/CCD/10
Dates of creation: 1750-1770
Extent: 1 bundle
Proctors' bills of costs for various individual causes

General Consistory Court Records
Reference: DDR/EJ/CCG
Statutes of the consistory court
Reference: DDR/EJ/CCG/1/1
Dates of creation: 1573
Extent: 1 volume, 14 ff. (all parchment)
Book of statutes of the consistory court, with table of fees
Formerly referenced DDR/vols.XVIII/2
These statutes (or another copy of them) are printed in J.Raine (ed), The injunctions and other ecclesiastical proceedings of Richard Barnes, bishop of Durham, from 1575 to 1587 (Surtees Society, number 22, 1850)
, pp. xvii-xix

Precedent books
Reference: DDR/EJ/CCG/2
Dates of creation: 1580-1615, 1780-1815, 1825-1826, 1859-1874
Extent: 3 volumes
Books of forms, precedents and other legal notes and opinions for the consistory court
Formerly referenced as DDR/vols.XVIII/3,4,8
Precedent books within other collections held by Durham University Library include the following.
  • Durham Cathedral Archives: four precedent books, ca.1530-1599, listed online at DCD/D/EPB/1-3 and DCD/T/YB
  • Church Commission (Bishopric Estates deposit): formula book of institutions and presentments, ca.1671-1672, reference CCB B/217/52

Durham Cathedral Library (DCL) has several collections holding stray precedent books, as follows.
  • Christopher Hunter Manuscripts: two precedent books, mid/late 16th century, as noted towards end of list below
  • James Raine Manuscripts: two precedent books, late 16th and 17th centuries, as noted at end of list below


DDR/EJ/CCG/2/1   late 16th and early 17th centuries, ca.1580-1615
At f.iii (verso) is a note by John Booth dated 15 October 1863, referring to a similar volume in the Dean and Chapter Library (identified as 'Swift's book', Raine MS/124).
f.310r-v includes a jury verdict in a murder case, before a Durham court, 1624.
ff.262v-309v and 311r-386v comprise a list of legal cases and notes, arranged in A-Z order by initial letter, possibly in the hand of Clement Colmore, chancellor. (This section was formerly identified as an index to the rest of the volume, but it seems rather to be a miscellaneous set of notes and legal precedents, including references to other legal text books or records.)
The rest of the volume is a miscellaneous collection of forms, precedents, legal opinions and accounts of individual causes. Many causes are written up in some detail, and the names and details appear to relate to real causes (names are not abbreviated, for instance).
Original text ends at f.386v.
Binding: labelled 'Liber Cur. Consist. Dunelm.'
Sent for repair to binding and page edges, 7/2/1980 (f.151 turned back to front during repair)
DDR/EJ/CCG/2/2   1780-1815
Book containing legal notes and opinions, with some forms and precedents, marked “Forms”. Concerns both causes in the Consistory Court and other administrative processes (such as institutions of clergy etc). Much of the volume consists of explanations of or commentaries on particular legal causes or processes [by Samuel Viner, surrogate]. The notes and precedents are arranged alphabetically by initial letters, and there is an index at the end of the volume.
Title page inscribed “Record of Cases which occurred in the Consistory Court of Durham to which are added Opinions, Decisions, & Forms of Procedure relative to The Office & Duties of Surrogate and the conduct Of other Ecclesiastical Matters: By Samuel Viner A.M. Principal Surrogate from 1780 to 1815 during the Chancellorships of Dr Harris, Dr S Bernard & Sir S Bernard Bt”
Inside front cover signed by James Raine, surrogate, 1825. Volume contains a few later additions [by James Raine].
DDR/EJ/CCG/2/3   1825-1826, 1859-1874
Book of legal notes and lists etc, probably compiled by or for James Raine and John Cundill, principal surrogates, with some acts of court, containing:
  • acts of the consistory court, 1825-1826, perhaps written up as a draft for the main consistory court act book (first ca.12ff., compare act book at DDR/EJ/CCA/1/31)
  • mixture of acts, notes, lists of surrogates, tables of fees, notes of consecrations attended and surrogates sworn in, and other matters, dated 1859-1874. There are also a few more extensive notes on particular legal questions. (next ca.34ff.)
  • rest of volume is blank

Marked 'James Raine, Durham, 1825' inside flysheet. Cover labelled on outside, 'Acta in Cur. Consist. Dunelm. 1825, &c'.
There are a few loose documents inside the front cover, as follows:
  • list of surrogates and commissioners, 1818
  • legal opinion in a case of alleged fraudulent marriage licence application, 1821
  • list of surrogates, 1826
  • undated petition from surrogates in Newcastle and Gateshead
  • note of suspension of a surrogate in Morpeth, undated

DCL, Hunter MS 18 (associated item)   2nd half 16th century
Book of forms, precedents and legal notes and opinions, with some original cause papers bound in.
Includes an index to legal notes (middle section of volume), not in good A-Z order. (Compare last section of precedent book among the DDR, reference DDR/EJ/CCG/2/1.)
ca.150-200 ff.
DCL, Hunter MS 18a (associated item)   mainly 1540s-1570s
Book of forms and precedents, including forms for administrative functions (as institutions etc).
Includes mainly full documents, not extracts. Much less mixed than Hunter MSS/18.
iii + 170 ff.
original binding and additional documents are bound at back (7 ff.).
DCL, Raine MS 123 (associated item)   mainly 17th century, with some earlier and later documents
A book of forms and precedents for use in ecclesiastical courts and other ecclesiastical business, evidently belonging originally to Dr Isaac Basire, jun., Official of the Archdeacon of Northumberland in the late 17th century, although not written in his own hand.
The forms and precedents are of actual cases, but often without names and dates. There is an index at the end of the volume.
This volume is described in the Pilgrim Trust report (by Miss L.M. Midgeley, May 1949) as a deposition book (on page 7, footnote).
Other matter included is as follows:
Order from Commissioners for Ecclesiastical Causes to enquire into the reading in churches of the Declaration of Indulgence, 1688 (f.101r)
Commission by Bishop Crewe as Lord Lieutenant to Isaac Basire, jun., to be Deputy Lieutenant (f.103r-v)
Tables of fees in the Palatinate and ecclesiastical courts of Durham, late 16th to late 17th centuries (ff.150r-164r)
Letter to Isaac Basire, sen., from John Cruso at Doctor's Commons, giving an opinion from an anonymous lawyer on matters of precedence, and legal and historical information concerning altar rails, 1664/5 (ff.165v-172r)
List or parishes and chapelries in the diocese of Durham, and Allertonshire, 1581 (vv.173r-174r)
Note of the arms of Basire and Corbet - Isaac Basire, sen., married Frances Corbet (f.198v)
“Dr. Sanderson's Paper and Censure” - on the circumstances in which it is permissable to submit to an unjust power (ff.201r-203r)
Account of Richard Hutton, receiver-general of Durham, 1607-1608 (ff.210r-218v)
A list of offices under the bishop of Durham (f.219r-v)
Will of John Prest of Northallerton, blacksmith, 1728 (f.220r-v)
North Bailey Land Tax, 1726, and Window Duty, 1727 (ff.221r-222r)
Letter of Attorney of Lawson Trotter of Skelton Castle to his agent, Michael Lacy, to receive an annuity under the will of Joseph Hall, 1733/4 (ff.222v-223r)
“Dr. Granvill's Instructions to his servant” - a moral homily, incomplete (ff.223v-227v)
Letters Testimonial of Thomas Sharp, archdeacon of Northumberland, concerning commutation of a penance (ff.230v-231v)
Schedule of fees in the courts of the archdeacons of Durham and Northumberland and the Dean and Chapter's Peculiar (ff.232r-233r)
Certificate as to a widow's need for a pension from the Corporation of Sons of the Clergy, 1734 (f.234r)

i + 275 ff.
DCL, Raine MS 124 (associated item)   mainly 1561-1577, but with some later material
Volume of forms and precedents, mainly relating to Consistory Court causes. Similar kinds of documents and/or documents for similar causes are generally kept together.
Attributed by James Raine to Robert Swift, spiritual chancellor 1561-1578, but containing some material of a later date.
Partial indexes bound in at front of volume.
Other matter included is as follows:
Note of fees at York (f.61r-v)
Statutes of the court, including notes on the roles of the court officials, [1574] (ff.76r-83r; compare separate volume of statutes among the Durham Diocesan Records, reference DDR/EJ/CCG/1)
Tables of fees, possibly forming part of the statutes of the court, 1574 (ff.83v-85r)
York statutes (ff.86r-92r)
Notes on the 'sede vacante' jurisdiction of the archbishop of York within Durham diocese (f.92r)
Verses relating to same, purporting to date from ca.1310 (f.92r)
Articles ministered to Edward Deeringe by Privy Council with his answers, in a case relating to liturgy and doctrine (ff.176r-178v)
Religious verses (f.179r-v; n.b. two consecutive folios are numbered '179')
Notes on the Officialty jurisdiction of the Dean and Chapter of Durham, with copies of 15th century documents (ff.208r-209v)
Appointment by letters patent of the Commission for Causes Ecclesiastical within the Province of York, followed by tables and notes on the same, 1589 (ff.210r-227r)
Legal opinions in tithe causes, 1606-1607 (ff.230r-231r & 234v-236v)
Valuations of rectories and vicarages, and sums to be paid to proctors of the York Convocation, 1605 & 1606 (ff.233r-234r)
Appointment of receivers of tithes and other money owing to the Crown, with list of debts by benefice, 1619 (ff.239r-240r)
List of benefices in the bishop's patronage, with valuations in the king's books (f.241r)
Legal opinion in a tithe cause (f.241v)
List of bishop's tithes (ff.242r-243r)
Blank pages (ff.244r-281r & 282r-308v; n.b. several folios are wanting or numbers omitted)
Doctrinal statements, 1606-1608 (f.281v)
Inventories, 1620 (ff.314r-316v)

316 ff. plus indexes at front (4 ff.)
Extracts from this volume are printed under the reference 'Swift's Book', in Surtees Society 21 (see start of list for details), also in Surtees Society 22, pxvii-xix (statutes) & p141
Returns of fees
Reference: DDR/EJ/CCG/3
Dates of creation: 1876-1900
Extent: 1 box
Returns of fees received by the various officers of the consistory court (chancellor, registrar etc), sent to the secretary of state for the Home Office under 7&8 Victoria c.68 and 38&39 Victoria c.76

Returns of judicial proceedings
Reference: DDR/EJ/CCG/4
Dates of creation: 1862-1867, 1897-1904, 1934-1936, 1973
Extent: ½ box
Returns of proceedings in the consistory court to the secretary of state for the Home Office or (later) the Lord Chancellor (for inclusion in the Civil Judicial Statistics)

Miscellaneous returns
Reference: DDR/EJ/CCG/5
Dates of creation: [1835]-1856, 1870-1889
Extent: ½ box
Various returns of causes, court officers etc

Miscellaneous documents
Reference: DDR/EJ/CCG/6
Extent: 1 small tray
Various court documents, unsorted

Probate
Reference: DDR/EJ/PRO A typescript consolidated list of probate act books, consistory court books and other books from the Durham Diocesan Registry which record probate and administrations, as distinct from litigation concerning wills, available in the Palace Green library search room.
For editions of probate records published by the Surtees Society and Yorkshire Archaeological Society, see the page of texts (with links to online editions) at our North East Inheritance project website.
DPR: Durham Probate Records

Wills
Reference: DDR/EJ/PRO/1
Dates of creation: 1743, 1760 and undated [19th century]
Extent: 1 folder
Three original wills (one incomplete), probably strays from consistory court papers, as follows:
These wills were found among a box of citation mandates. Their provenance is unknown, but they are assumed to be strays from consistory court papers.

Caveat books
Reference: DDR/EJ/PRO/2
Dates of creation: 1728-1858
Extent: 2 volumes
Registers of caveats issued on behalf of creditors and relations etc, in cases of probate
Language:  Latin until 1732, English from 1733
A creditor, relation or other person interested in the goods of the deceased could file a caveat through a proctor in the consistory court, to prevent any probate from being granted without the proctor's knowledge.
Formerly referenced as DDR/vols.VI/1-2
The subscription books at DDR/EA/CLS/1/3-4 include a few caveats dated 1710-1711 and 1725 on the flyleaves.

DDR/EJ/PRO/2/1   1728-1793
Includes, at end of volume, list of wills [proved?] sede vacante
Sent for repair and binding, 17/6/1974. Returned 17/1/1975.
DDR/EJ/PRO/2/2   1794-1858
Also, at end of volume, a caveat against the granting of a marriage licence, undated [mid-19th century]
Sent for repair and binding, 17/6/1974. Returned 17/1/1975.
Citation and monition mandates
Reference: DDR/EJ/PRO/3
Dates of creation: 1730-1735, 1800-1826
Extent: 3 boxes
Mandates are issued in the name of the bishop (or the guardians of the spiritualities, sede vacante), either to 'cite' particular (named) individuals or relations, or to 'monish' all and singular the next of kin of the deceased in general. In either case, those cited/monished are to appear before the consistory court in a probate cause. The citation or monition mandate usually includes details of the cause in dispute, and of the deceased's name etc.
There are also a few blank printed forms, dating from the 1850s.
Language:  Latin until March 1732, English from April 1733
DDR/EJ/CCD/3: Cause papers, 1637-1638, 1678, 1716-1868
The files of papers relating to individual probate cases in the consistory court often include citation or monition mandates - the mandates in this class were probably originally extracted or kept separate from the other court papers.

Renunciations of administration rights
Reference: DDR/EJ/PRO/4
Dates of creation: 1767, 1794
Extent: 1 folder
Two renunciations by administrators or executors of the rights to administer the goods of deceased persons, both endorsed as being admitted in the consistory court
Both renunciations were found in a box of citation mandates, and are probably strays from consistory court papers for particular probate causes.

Commissions to hear oaths of administrators or executors
Reference: DDR/EJ/PRO/5
Dates of creation: 1731, 1785-1788, 1799, 1803, 1840-1851
Extent: 2½ boxes
Commissions issued by the bishop's vicar general (or, sede vacante, the dean and chapter of Durham) to named clerics to hear the oaths of those appointed as administrators of a deceased's goods or executors of her/his will, and to take a bond from them. The commissions are endorsed with a certificate of their completion.
Language:  The 1731 commissions are in Latin, the rest in English.
Two bundles of commissions, dated ca. 1780s, are very fragile and unfit for production.

Administration bonds and executors' bonds
Reference: DDR/EJ/PRO/6
Dates of creation: 1695, 1828, 1841-1853
Extent: 1 bundle
This class includes letters of request to swear administrators and execute admons, and related items. Some of the bonds are attached to commissions to hear oaths and/or affidavits stating the value of the deceased's goods.
Also a folder of blank forms

Inventories
Reference: DDR/EJ/PRO/7
Dates of creation: ca. 1676-1846 (but mainly 18th century)
Extent: 1 box, 59 items
Probate inventories, probably originally extracted from consistory court cause papers
These inventories originally formed a complete file. But at what stage they were separated from related cause papers is not known.
A few of the documents are declarations of the value of a deceased's goods instead of a full inventory.
As the inventories cannot be dated consistently, they have been arranged in alphabetical order by surname of the deceased.
Printed list of this series and other probate records within DDR is kept in the Palace Green library search room with the DPR lists, but not yet incorporated into the online probate database.
DPR: Durham Probate Records
Few post-1720 inventories survive among the probate records.

Correspondence and notes
Reference: DDR/EJ/PRO/8
Dates of creation: 1816, 1841-1853, 1883-1896, (undated)
Extent: 1 bundle
Various and miscellaneous letters and other papers from various sources (not an original series of documents)

Marriage Licence Applications
Reference: DDR/EJ/MLA
Licence bonds and allegations
Reference: DDR/EJ/MLA/1
Dates of creation: ca.1664-1995
Extent: 283 boxes and 57 mini trays (some boxes over-full) Bonds and allegations for 1821-1837 are listed in the separate catalogue. Notes on other finding aids for the remainder of the series are included at the start of that catalogue.

Whitburn marriage allegations
Reference: DDR/EJ/MLA/2
Dates of creation: 1829-18431829, 1838-1843
Extent: 1 box
Affidavits (allegations) by parties to be married by licence, Whitburn parish

Whitburn marriage licences
Reference: DDR/EJ/MLA/3
Dates of creation: 1788-1858
Extent: 1 box
Original marriage licences for parties from Whitburn parish

Miscellaneous or general notes
Reference: DDR/EJ/MLA/4
Dates of creation: 1897-1901 and undated [temp John Habgood, bishop 1973-1983]
Extent: ½ box
Letters from applicants relating to marriage licences (mainly acknowledgements for licences received), 1897-1901
Examples of forms relating to applications for marriage licences, from various dioceses, temp. John Habgood

Faculties
Reference: DDR/EJ/FAC
Registers of faculties
Reference: DDR/EJ/FAC/1
Dates of creation: 1767-1919
Extent: 5 volumes First four volumes were formerly referenced DDR/vols.XII/1-4, the fifth was previously DDR vols 1975/xi.
An index to Northumberland faculties recorded within registers 1-4 is kept with the printed catalogues in Palace Green library.

DDR/EJ/FAC/1/1   1767-1792
Index at front. Also at end, some wills made or proved 1752 and one made 1757.
DDR/EJ/FAC/1/2   1792-1839
The following items are loose in this volume:
  • index to pew faculties up to p.119 (found in box of miscellaneous 19th-20th century faculties)
  • modern index (no page references)
  • list of pew holders in Durham St Oswald, 1837 (between pp.340 and 341): should really go with faculty papers number 41
DDR/EJ/FAC/1/3   1841-1863
Index at front. See also next item.
DDR/EJ/FAC/1/4   1841-1908
Index at front. Pages 1-143 duplicate previous item.
DDR/EJ/FAC/1/5   November 1907-June 1919
Original index only included entries up to p.122 - index now continued to include remaining entries in volume. Note that the individual parishes mentioned in 'omnibus' faculties are not included in the index.
This volume was treated to have mould removed and part of back cover which had been destroyed by mould was repaired, Oct.-Nov. 1978
Draft faculty papers
Reference: DDR/EJ/FAC/2
Dates of creation: 1870-1882
Extent: 2 boxes
Drafts of the faculties (usually with a draft citation, and including some annotations and comments by the Chancellor), relating to faculty numbers DDR/EJ/FAC/3/178 and DDR/EJ/FAC/3/184-261.
A number of faculty papers for Northumberland churches dated 1869-1881 have been removed from this class for transfer to Northumberland County Record Office.
The draft faculty papers carry the same numbers as used on the main series of faculty papers. There are many gaps in the numbering series, mainly due to the removal of Northumberland items from the class.

Faculty and archdeacons' certificate papers
Reference: DDR/EJ/FAC/3
Dates of creation: 1697-2010 (but mainly 19th-20th centuries)
Extent: 95 metres See separate catalogue of faculty papers.

Faculties not proceeded with
Reference: DDR/EJ/FAC/4
Dates of creation: 1913-1987
Extent: 9 boxes
Papers for faculty applications which have been withdrawn or are incomplete, or for any reason are not included in the main index and series of faculty papers and archdeacons' certificates
Some at least of these papers are for faculties or archdeacons' certificates that were almost certainly granted. Why these faculties or certificates have not been numbered and included in the main faculties index (and so why the papers are in this class rather than the main faculty papers series) is unclear.
Sorted into order by name of church. Listed below up to Langley Park only.

DDR/EJ/FAC/4/1/1-4   6 May - 3 June 1957
Aycliffe
Disinterment and reinterment of remains of John George Robson
Petition, correspondence with incumbent
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/2/1-9   20 March - 13 June 1962
Aycliffe St Andrew
Churchyard wrought iron gates, in memory of Mrs and Miss Richardson
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/3/1-2    6 - 7 January 1982
Aycliffe St Andrew
Restoration of stonework of tower
Correspondence with registrar and incumbent
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/4/1-2    25 - 28 January 1983
Aycliffe St Andrew
Reservation of grave space
Correspondence between registrar and incumbent
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/5/1-3    25 - 29 June 1984
Barnard Castle Cemetery Chapel
Demolition of Cemetery Chapel
Correspondence between registrar and incumbent
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/6/1-44   3 December 1964 - 13 July 1965
Barnard Castle St Mary
Sound amplification system
Petition, citation, supplier's estimate of cost, sketch plan of proposed installation, correspondence with incumbent, solicitor, DAC, chancellor and registrar; memorandum from registrar to chancellor
Project shelved due to shortage of funds
DDR/EJ/FAC/4//7/1-3   8 September - 5 November 1986
Beamish St Andrew
Demolition of dividing churchyard wall
Correspondence with registrar and District Council, sketch plan of suggested proposals
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/8/1-9    12 April - 4 October 1983
Belmont St Mary Magdelene
Removal of headstones to the permieter wall of the churchyard and the creation of a parish garden
Petition, press cuttings, correspondence with incumbent, PCC, church warden, and registrar; DCC report
Application withdrawn in order to meet with DAC
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/9/1-2    3 - 16 March 1931
Benfieldside
Replacement of gas lighting system with electric
Petition, envelope
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/10/1-43    October 1958 - October 1959
Benfieldside St Cuthbert
Replacement of central heating system with gas-fired boiler
Petition, citation, report of proposals, two plans, minutes of PCC meeting, gas-fired heaters pamphlets, photographs of church interior, list of criticisms and responses to proposals, correspondence with incumbent, registrar, solicitors, DAC, chancellor, Central Council for the Care of Churches, archdeacon
Architects Eltringham and Lowes of Blackhill, soluicitors Lazenby, Snowball and Blackett of Durham
Application withdrawn by PCC given firm's unwillingness to argue in favour of the scheme before a Consistory Court
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/11/1-2    24 - 30 March 1983
Benfieldside St Cuthbert
Maintenance of churchyard, removal of curb-stones
Correspondence with incumbent and registrar
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/11a/1-2    23 Novermber 1962 - 10 January 1963
Billingham St Cuthbert
Introduction of altar cross, candlesticks and sanctuary lamp; in memory of donor's wife
Correspondence with incumbent and registrar
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/12/1    20 January 1982
Billingham St Cuthbert
Removal of kerbs and damaged headstones frpm churchyard
Correspondence from borough council town clerk to registrar, enclosing cheque for fees
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/12a/1    29 March 1962
Billingham St Aidan
Replacement of existing church tables with two small oak tables
Correspondence from incumbent to registrar
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/13/1-15   7 November 1961 - February 1962
Birtley St John the Evangelist
Stained glass window depicting St John and erection of oak memorial panel commemmorating the ministry of the Revd Alec Miller Stephens
Designer Stanley M. Scott of Reed Millican & Co. Ltd; proposed materials British "Antique" glass with bronze saddle bars
Scale illustration of proposed stained glass window, form listing details of proposed window, scale plan of proposed commemmoration plaque, petition, note and memorandum from PCC secretary, DAC comments on petition, correspondence with incumbent, registrar, DCC
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/14/1-11   2 May - 30 September 1963
Bishop Middleham St Michael
Replacement of broken windows
Designer L. Evetts of Newcastle-upon-Tyne; proposed materials hand-made clear glass
Note and copy of resolution passed by PCC, scale drawing of proposed windows, note from registrar, correspondence with registrar, incumbent and DAC, petition
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/15/1    n.d. (c. 1920s)
Bishopwearmouth Christ Church
Envelope
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/16/1-9   3 February - 17 March 1956
Bishopwearmouth Christ Church#
Installation of two overhead gas heaters
Plan of proposed position of gas heaters, pamphlet for Bratt Colbran overhead radiant gas heaters, petition, correspondence with incumbent and registrar, memorandum from DAC
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/17/1-2   24 November 1920
Bishopwearmouth St Gabriel
Introduction of a Holy Communion table
Correspondence from incumbent to registrar, envelope
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/18/1-8   3 July - 6 September 1961
Bishopwearmouth St Gabriel
Installation of two occasional tables constructed in oak, for supporting flower vases
Designer Coutts and Findlater Ltd of Sunderland
Petition with note from incumbent, scale drawing of proposed tables, memorandum from DAC, correspondence with incumbent and registrar
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/19/1-5   24 September 1923 - 5 July 1924
Bishopwearmouth St Gabriel
Hanging of glazed and framed "Roll of Honour" of the men of St Gabriel's Church who served in the Great War
Framed in oak
Petition, photograph of proposed Roll of Honour, photograph of church interior indicating proposed location of memorial, correspondence from incumbent to Lord Bishop, envelope addressed to registry
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/20/1-16   4 July - 28 November 1984
Bishopwearmouth St Luke Pallion
Introduction of gas heaters
Petition, plan of proposed radiant heating scheme, two photographs of church interior, details of proposals and projected running costs, quotation from Gradwood Limited heating installation company, DAC report, memorandum from registrar to Chancellor, correspondence with incumbent, Ecclesiastical Insurance Office, Gradwood Limited heating installation company
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/21/1-2   26 August 1969
Bishopwearmouth St Mark Millfield
Construction of a parsonage
Architects Hawkins, Heath and Nelson
Memorandum from registrar to chancellor, scale plan of site of proposed parsonage with phorographs showing site
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/21a/1-3   27 - 28 July 1962
Bishopwearmouth South Hylton St Mary
Installation of new heating system
Correspondence with incumbent, pamphlet relating to elecrtical wiring in churches
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/22/1-2   23 February 1927
Bishopwearmouth St Michael
Introduction of a litany desk or fald stool as part of a memorial to Major Hudson
Correspondence with incumbent, envelope
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/23/1-4   12 - 15 December 1931
Bishopwearmouth St Michael
Introduction of a cross and candlesticks
Correspondence with incumbent and registrar, letter of opposition to faculty, envelope
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/23a/1-15   November 1980 - January 1981
Bishopwearmouth St Michael
Internal alterations and introduction of glazed screens
Architects Charlewood, Curry, Wilson and Atkinson of Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Specification for proposed alterations, scale plans showing proposed office, lavatory areas, fire precautions, enclosure to transept staircase, screens to kitchens and narthexes, screens to north and south outer aisles and south entrance lobby, electrical installation, reordering of church interior, survey of ground plan and sections as-existing
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/24/1-4   27 May - 1 June 1987
Blackhall St Andrew
Introduction of a stained glass window
Correspondence with incumbent, chancellor and registrar, memorandum from registrar to chancellor, DAC note to registrar
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/25/1-8   12 - 23 May 1958
Burnmoor
Erection of a black ebony tablet with gold leaf lettering in memory of John William Langton
Petition, scale drawing of proposed tablet, correspondence with incumbent, petitioner, registrar and Dunelm Granite Co. Ltd.
PCC voted against granting a faculty
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/26/1   
Burnopfield St James
Reservation of grave space adjoining that of her husband by Mrs Appleby of Burnopfield
Correspondence from incumbent to registrar
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/26/1-6   18 July - 5 August 1985
Byers Green
Replacement of electric wiring
Notice of intention to make faculty application, copy of minute proposing the replacement of electrical wiring, application for archdeacon's certificate, correspondence with Eccesiastical Insurance Office, DAC, secretary of PCC
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/28/1   14 July 1987
Byers Green (?)
Reservation of grave space by R. Bestford
Correspondence
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/29/1-7    26 October 1945 - 6 February 1946
Cassop-cum-Quarrington
Replacement of brass Communion rails with new oak rails, introduction of a processional cross in oak, introduction of a Mother's Union banner
Petition, sketch plans of proposed rails and processional cross, correspondence with incumbent and registrar, DAC form with comments, comments of chancellor, note from DAC
DAC suggest resubmission of application following vicar's return to the parish
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/30/1-23   11 February 1955 - 8 May 1956
Castleside
Installation of additional electric lights, new white altar frontal and erection of notice board outside church door
Designer Frank Athey of Benfieldside
Petition, sketch of proposed additional lighting, sketch of proposed lampholder and reflector, sketch showing proposed position of new lamps, sketch of new altar front, scale sketch of supports for proposed notice board, scale outline sketch of proposed notice board, correspondence with incumbent and registrar, DAC memorandum to registrar
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/31/1-5   12 July - 6 September 1961
Castletown St Margaret
Installation of oil burner
Correspondence with registrar and incumbent, DAC memorandum
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/32/1-9   26 November 1919 - 2 October 1921
Chester-le-Street
Erection of a chapel in memory of the local men who fell in the Great War
Architects Knowles, Oliver and Leeson of Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Petition, citation, correspondence with War Memorial Committee, registrar, incumbent and architects, envelope
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/33/1-24   February1962 - 10 October 1963
Chester-le-Street St Mary and St Cuthbert
Replacement of existing coke fired heating boiler with oil-fired boiler; erection of a pair of arch shaped doors of English oak in memory of Canon C. R. Appleton; erection of two gilded bronze tablets as a memorial to explain the erection of the doors and to commemorate the installation of the new four-way public clock presented to the church; extension of the portion of the closed churchyard for the interment of cremated remains
Architects G. E. Charlewood and Curry of Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Copy of suggestions and estimates for replacement of boiler, scale plan of new boiler plant and fuel oil storage tank, scale plan of site layout showing proposed position of oil storage tank, scale design for two outer doors, full-size drawing of tablet, plan of tablet, sketch drawing of proposed extension of churchyard, DAC memorandum, note detailing installation of clock, petition, minutes from PCC meeting, correspondence with incumbent, Stephen R. Taylor Plumbing and Electrical Contractors of Chester-le-Street, PCC, registrar
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/35/1-2   5 November 1924
Consett
Request for faculty
Correspondence with incumbent and registrar, envelope
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/36/1-16   15 January 1962 - 28 June 1963
Consett Christ Church
Introduction of hardwood mosaic block panel flooring
Quotation from New-Tone Flooring Co., sample of hardwood flooring for faculty application, petition, copy of PCC resolution, DAC memorandum, memorandum from registrar to chancellor, correspondence with incumbent, registrar, Durham Colleges buildings officer
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/36a/1   3 December 1962
Consett Christ Church
Introduction of sanctuary lamp
Correspondence from incumbent to registrar
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/37/1-31   26 January 1953 - 25 June 1955
Coundon St James
Conversion of North Transept into a Lady Chapel, introduction of furnishings and erection of brass memorial tablet in memory of Elijah Capp
All wooden furnishings in oak, altar made from scrap portions of former high altar, oak altar cross, two brass candlesticks, blue silk cushion for missal, oak altar rail, oak credence table, wafer box, brass sanctuary lamp, aumbry, oak cupboard, carpetting, 8 or 10 chairs
Designer of memorial plate Mr Brown of Dene Engraving Co., Bishop Auckland; Architects Douglas Crawford and Ellis of Bishop Auckland
Memorandum from DAC, petition, scale drawing of antique oak chair, full-size drawing of proposed new cross and candlesticks, scale drawing of proposed new aumbry, scale drawing of proposed new bracketed shelf, two scale plansof proposed lady chapel, scale plan opf altar and altar rail, full-size plan of proposed corss and candlesticks, full-size drawing of proposed memorial tablet, correspondence with incumbent, registrar, parish, architects
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/37a/1-2   25 - 27 July 1962
Coundon St James
Renovation of church interior to celebrate 90th anniversary of the dedication of the church
Correspondence with incumbent
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/38/1-32   28 February - 10 October 1924
Croxdale
Construction of a sanitary drain, reconstruction of Croxdale Bridge and Haughton-le-Skerne Bridge, proposed widening of the highway from Durham to Darlington adjoining the churchyard
Correspondence with incumbent, registrar, Durham County Council, county surveyor, parish; PCC and County Council agreement, petition, sketch plan showing location of proposed sanitary drain, citation, draft affidavit, affidavit, forms of consent for the disinterment and reinterment of the remains of Henry Stubbs of Croxdale Colliery and John Preston, note of legal costs incurred by PCC
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/39/1-7   4 September 1984 - 8 May 1985
Dalton-le-Dale Holy Trinity
Maintenance and improvement of churchyards
Correspondence with incumbent, registrar, Commonwealth War Graves Commission; minutes of meeting to discuss proposals
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/40/1-4   3 - 23 February 1959
Dalton-le-Dale St Andrew
Introduction of a new boiler
Application to carry out proposed works, correspondence with incumbent and registrar
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/41/1-4   20 September 1985 - 12 February 1986
Darlington Holy Trinity
Installation of new electric heating system
Correspondence with incumbent, Ecclesiastical Insurance Office;details, sketch plan and specification of proosed new heaters; DAC note
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/41a/1   (undated)
Darlington Holy Trinity
New building?
Note
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/42/1-16   17 January 1983 - 4 July 1984
Darlington St Cuthbert
Installation of ceiling of 16 inverted pyramids in oak faced ply in a limed finish, and infilling of unglazed windows above in stone coloured plaster board. Architect Ronald Sims, York.
Petition, drawing, correspondence with DAC and architect
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/43/1-2   25 October 1919 (from postmark)
Darlington St John
Erection of war memorial
Letter with envelope addressed to Diocesan Registry from vicar
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/44/1-2   10 April 1929
Darlington St John
Use of processional cross and placing of banners in church
Letter with envelope from vicar
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/45/1   c. 1920s
Darlington St Luke
Unknown faculty
Envelope with no letter
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/46/1-15   3 May 1974 - 16 July 1975
Darlington St Luke
Leasing of Old St. Luke's Church Hall as a warehouse
Petition, correspondence with DAC, parish, chancellor and diocesan registry
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/47/1-15    28 July 1980 - 1 April 1981
Darlington St Mark
Insertion of damp course between coping and gable walls, re-pointing (making good brickwork and gutters), re-decoration of church interior
Petition, drawing, application for archdeacon's certificate, correspondence with parish, Diocesan Registry and DAC
Application for Archdeacon's certificate approved subject to changes to colour scheme
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/48/1-13   24 May 1943 - 20 October 1944
Darlington St Matthew
Erection of memorial tablet for departed members of the Mothers' Union and of a tablet to record past, present and future incumbents
Petition, drawings, correspondence with DAC, Diocesan Registry and parish
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/49/1-7   3 October 1971 - 18 November 1971
Deaf Hill cum Langdale St Paul
Installation of seven infra-red heaters
Petition, plans, correspondence with DAC and parish
Application for faculty withdrawn on 18 November 1971
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/50/1-2   17 June 1919
Dipton
Erection of cross and enclosure to the memory of Sarah Green. Sculptors William Ayrton and Sons, Blackhill.
Letter from monumental sculptors to Diocesan Registry with envelope
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/51/1-8   3 January 1956 - 16 March 1956
Dipton
Re-decoration and repair of church
Petition, correspondence with DAC, Diocesan Registry, parish, and builders
Initial application rejected on 19 January 1956, resubmitted with alterations
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/52/1   (undated)
Durham St Margaret
Plan of reserved grave space for Mr JM Herring
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/53/1-15   17 January 1961 - 3 May 1961
Durham St Margaret
Introduction of portable candlesticks
Petition for faculty, petition from objecting parishioners, drawing, correspondence with DAC, Diocesan Registrar, an objecting parishioner (Gwen Wilkinson) and parish
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/53a/1   7 April 1962
Durham St Margaret
Removal of kerb stones in the Cemetery
Letter from PCC Secretary
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/54/1-2   19 Mar 1929
Durham St Nicholas
Erection of window
Letter from Diocesan Secretary with envelope
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/55/1-5   4 November 1982 - 1 November 1982
Durham St Nicholas
Demolition of Cemetery Chapel at Providence Row
Correspodence with Diocesan Registry, copy of papers relating to consecration of Chapel in 1861
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/56/1-9   8 October 1984 - 18 February 1985
Durham St Nicholas
Sale of 3 patens and 2 chalices to purchase plate for the Church of Kitoojo, Northern Kigezi, Uganda
Petition, photographs of items, PCC minutes, correspondence with jewellers, DAC and parish.
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/57/1-6   13 May 1985 - 15 July 1985
Durham St Nicholas
Long-term loan of the St Nicholas plate to Preston Hall Museum (Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council)
Petition, photographs of items, PCC minutes, correspondence with DAC
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/58/1   14 March 1940
Durham St Oswald
Placing an aumbry in the north wall of the sanctuary of St Oswald's, Durham, for the purpose of reserving the Blessed Sacrament
Petition
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/59/1-11   4 March 1957 - 7 November 1957
Durham St Oswald
Introducing two new churchwardens' staves as a memorial to Mrs Janet Thomson Bewick
Petition, drawing, correspondence with DAC, diocesan registrar and parish
Petition recommended for approval
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/60/1-5   6 August 1980 - 10 August 1981
Durham St Oswald
Erection of gas governor house in St Oswald's cemetery
Plan, correspondence with parish and Diocesan Registrar
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/61/1-10   9 January 1948 - 4 March 1948
Easington
Depositing an urn containing the ashes of Rose Martin in the Parish Church of Easington
Petition, correspondence with petitioner, parish, Diocesan Registry, Chancellor and Bishop of Durham
Citation refused by Chancellor
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/62/1   27 February 1984
East Boldon St George
Repair work on the roof occasioned by recent storm damage
Letter from PCC Secretary
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/63/1-30    23 November 1912 - 20 July 1913
East Rainton
Enclosure and reservation of grave space in the churchyard of East Rainton and erecting a white granite cross there in memory of Robert Wade
Petition, illustration, church fee list, correspondence with parish, petitioner and Diocesan Registry
Petition withdrawn on 30 June 1913
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/64/1-2   25 February 1919
Eastgate
Erection of War Memorial
Letter from Honorary Secretary of War Committee with envelope addressed to Diocesan Registry
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/65/1-8   13 October 1986 - 13 February 1987
Eastgate
Removal of ash tree
Petition, correspondence with parish, DAC and Diocesan Registrar
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/66/1-8   29 January 1926 - 15 July 1926
Ebchester
Erection of brass tablet in memory of Francis Septimus Strickland in the parish church of Ebchester
Petition, correspondence with petitioner, parish and Diocesan Registry
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/66a/1-2   1949 - c1970
Ebchester
Erection to wall tablet to (?) Shotton recording his gift of the Ebchester advowson
Incomplete petition form, draft of letter to Mr Shotton
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/67/1   11 April 1986 - 18 June 1986
Ebchester
Removal and alteration of graves in Ebchester churchyard by Derwentside District Council without faculty
Correspondence with parish, solicitors, council and Diocesan Registry
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/68/1-11   10 July 1986 - 27 October 1987
Ebchester
Installation of a transportable home electric organ for occasional use in the church of St Ebba's
Petition, PCC minutes, correspondence with DAC and parish
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/68a/1   24 July 1962
Eggleston
Letter from incumbent
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/69/1-2   2 April 1987
Eggleston
Interior and exterior decoration, removal and breaking of kerbstones in churchyard, renewal of plaster in organ chamber
Correspondence with DAC and Diocesan Registry (petition and papers lost in transit from Chancellor to Registry)
Citation granted by Chancellor
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/69a/1   16 January 1962 - 18 January 1962
Eighton Banks St Thomas
Introduction of wall vase and erection of brass plaque in memory of (?) Kirby
Correspondence with parish and Diocesan Registry
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/70/1-3   3 July 1981
Eppleton All Saints
Installation of suspended ceiling
Correspondence with Archdeacon, petition against DAC's judgement
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/71/1-4   7 May 1928 - 21 May 1928
Escomb Saxon Church
Installation of a new holy table of oak with two oak candlesticks and an oak cross thereon, a new oak credence table, a new oak almsdish, two new oak foldstools and a carpet on which the communicants can kneel for reception
Petition, correspondence with parish
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/72/1-14   3 December 1959 - 14 January 1960
Escomb Saxon Church
Installation of five 13 amp switched sockets with the requisite wiring in the parish church, the removal of the last pew on the north side of the nave so that a table may be placed there
Petition, plan, correspondence with DAC, Diocesan Registry, parish and insurance company
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/72a/1   30 July 1962
Escomb Saxon Church
Unknown faculty
Correspondence with Vicar
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/73/1-2   5 March 1980
Escomb Saxon Church
Installation of gravel path, marking in stone of previously excavated sections, archaeological excavation of an area near the boundary wall prior to the erection of a stone storehouse, erection of a stone storeroom in the south west section of the churchyward. Architect Ian Curry, Howden le Wear.
Drawing, correspondence with DAC
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/74/1-17   14 September 1955 - 10 December 1956
Esh
Reservation and enclosure of grave space for the Hankey family
Petition, plan, citation, correspondence with parish, Chancellor and Diocesan Registry
Faculty apparently granted
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/75/1-4   8 March 1983 - 6 June 1983
Esh St Michael and all Angels
Instroduction of a wrought iron paschal candle holder
Correspondence with DAC and parish
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/76/1-2   15 November 1932
Etherley
Purchase or reservation of four grave spaces
Letter from solicitors with envelope
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/77/1-6   16 June 1978 - 25 October 1978
Fatfield St George
Installation of storm doors to the entrance of the Church porch, protection of Church windows with wire guards, installation of new lights, removal of kerbstones from graves
Petition, plans, PCC minutes correspondence with parish and DAC
Approved by DAC
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/78/1-5   6 July 1926 - 23 October 1926
Ferryhill
Church enlargement and alteration
Correspondence with parish and Diocesan Registry
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/79/1-2   29 May 1928
Ferryhill
Church enlargement and alteration
Letter from DAC with envelope addressed to Diocesan Registry
Plans rejected by DAC
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/80/1-15   17 February 1947 - 23 June 1947
Ferryhill
Installation of electric organ blower
Petition, citation draft faculty, correspondence with DAC, parish, Diocesan Registry and organ builders
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/81/1-2   2 August 1985
Gateshead Fell St John
Repairs to churchyard wall
Correspendence with parish and Diocesan Registry
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/82/1   18 November 1916
Gateshead St Aidan
Placing a memorial window
Letter from Vicar
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/83/1-2   5 May 1955 - 13 May 1955
Gateshead St Aidan
Installation of communion rails, crucifix and candlesticks for Lady Chapel
Petition, drawing, correspondence with parish
Approved by DAC
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/84/1-2   14 April 1925
Gateshead St James
Laying down of hard tennis courts within church ground
Letter from rector with envelope addressed to Diocesan Registry
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/85/1-3   19 May 1920 - 20 May 1920
Gateshead St Mary
Installation of tablet on the north wall of the north aisle
Correspondence with parish and Diocesan Registry
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/86/1-2   2 August 1924
Gateshead St Paul
Erection of new vestries
Letter from vicar with envelope addressed to Diocesan Registry
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/87/1-2   15 July 1926 - 23 November 1926
Greatham
Removal of flood lighting in chancel, installation of reading lamp in pulpit and at minister's desk together with eight tracker lights on north and south walls of the choir, introduction of Durham carpet in place of existing matting, addition of tremolo to organ
Petition, drawings, correspodence with parish, DAC, Diocesan Registry and contractors
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/88/1-4   17 July 1958 - 14 October 1958
Greenside
Introduction of bishop's chair to commemorate the centenary of the church's consecration with kneeling desk to match. Designer R Hedley
Petition, drawing, correspodence with DAC and Diocesan Registry
Design rejected by DAC
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/89/1-2   22 November 1962 - 1 December 1962
Greenside
Installation of oil-fired boiler in the boiler house below the vestry of the church
Petition and correspondence with parish
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/90/1-11   2 June 1960 - 13 August 1960
Grindon
Improvements to lighting of choir and vestry, renewal of wiring with new cable, provision of separate circuit for the organ motor
Petition, photograph, correspondence with DAC, parish, Diocesan Registry and insurance company
Petition withdrawn on 13 August 1960
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/91/1-6   8 May 1963 - 25 September 1963
Hamsterley
Changing the position of tombstones, monuments and kerbs in churchyard of Hamsterley and levelling of ground
Petition, correspondence with DAC, Diocesan Registry and parish
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/92/1-3   12 February 1976 - 20 February 1976
Hartlepool (or Stranton?)
Removal of remains of Mr Samuel Jones from grave No 2B 614 to 2B 613 and removal of headstone wrongly erected on grave space No 2B 614 to 2B 613
Correspondence with Diocesan Registry, Bishop of Durham and Borough of Hartlepool
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/93/1-9   20 February 1981 - 12 June 1981
Hartlepool Christ Church
Adaptation of the interior of redundant church and re-siting of memorial tablets
Approved by DAC and Church Commissioners
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/94/1   11 November 1986
Hartlepool Holy Trinity
Applying polycarbonate sheeting to exterior windows of Lady Chapel and Baptistery and bricking up of window in choir vestry to protect against escalating vandalism
Letter from vicar
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/95/1-3   15 January 1922 - 27 February 1922
Hartlepool St Andrew
Installation of memorial tablet in oak and brass, unspecified work at St Hilda's, placing of altar, cross and frontal in the Chapel of the New Cemetery at Hartlepool
Correspondence with parish and Diocesan Registry
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/96/1-7   12 January 1983 - 30 March 1983
Hartlepool St Andrew
Conversion of St Andrew's Church from place of worship only to the general, social and educational purposes of the parish of St. Hilda, Hartlepool
Petition, correspondence with Diocesan Registry, parish and DAC
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/97/1-2   14 June 1930
Hartlepool St James
Furnishing the south aisle of church as a side chapel
Letter from vicar with envelope addressed to Diocesan Registry
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/98/1-2   19 May 1920
Hartlepool St Luke
Installation of organ
Letter from incumbent with envelope
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/99/1-2   5 April 1932
Hartlepool St Oswald
Installation of stained-glass memorial window
Letter from vicar with envelope addressed to Diocesan Registry
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/100/1-18   6 June 1970 - 21 April 1971
Hartlepool St Oswald
Installation of electronic organ, installation of window
Petition, drawings, newspaper cuttings, parish newsletter, correspondence with parish, DAC, Diocesan Registrar and insurance company
Petition withdrawn on 28 March 1971
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/101/1-3   14 March 1983 - 16 March 1983
Hartlepool St Oswald
Erection of new parsonage house to the east of St Oswald's Church
Correspondence with Diocesan Registrar
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/102/1-3   15 September 1966 - 31 October 1966
Hartlepool St Paul
Installation of stained glass window depicting St Paul preaching and a rose window in memory of the Hogg family
Petition, correspondence with parish
Petition withdrawn
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/103/1-2   3 May 1919
Harton
Acquisition of burial place and erection of a stone in memory of Captain WEO Scott
Letter from petitioner with envelope
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/104/1   1 December 1986
Haughton-le-Skerne St Andrew
Restoration work
Letter from rector
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/105/1   8 March 1926 (from postmark)
Hebburn St Oswald
Unknown faculty
Sealed envelope addressed to Diocesan Registrar
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/106/1-11   16 January 1979 - 26 February 1979
Hedgefield St Hilda
Placing of overhead electricity lines between St Hilda's Church and the vicarage at High Hedgefield, Ryton
Wayleave consent form, correspondence with Diocesan Registry, Bishop of Durham and Central Electricity Generating Board
No faculty required
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/107/1-7   21 May 1980 - 9 July 1981
Hedgefield St Hilda
Movement of gas supply pipe, removal of existing oil-fired boiler, installation of new heating boiler, introduction of wafer box in silver plate to the memory of John Spencer Robinson
Petition, citation, correspondence with DAC, parish, Diocesan Registry and gas company
Faculty apparently granted
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/108/1-2   c 1916
Heighington
Erection of War Memorial cross in churchyard, removal of seats in church, erection of War Memorial tablet on wall
Letter from Vicar and envelope addressed to Diocesan Registrar
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/109/1-2   12 September 1932
Heighington
Alterations to heating apparatus, installation of electric light, memorial tablet to Mr Aylmer, memorial to soldiers of the Great War
Letter from vicar with envelope addressed to Diocesan Registry
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/110/1-34   18 March 1976 - 27 July 1979
Hendon St Ignatius
Redecoration of church, erection of new porch, removal of pews in south aisles, donation of land enclosed by church railings to Sunderland Corporation to remove railings
Draft agreement, PCC minutes, correspondence with DAC, Chancellor, Diocesan Registrar, parish and Tyne and Wear County Council
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/111/1-2   14 March 1984 - 15 March 1984
Hetton-le-Hole Cemetery
Removal of the remains of Danielle Louise Carr from Hetton-le-Hole Cemetery to West Rainton Cemetery
Correspondence with Diocesan Registry and solicitors
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/112/1-14   2 August 1961 - 5 December 1961
Hetton-le-Holle St Nicholas
Removing the existing coke-fired central heating boiler and installing a gas-fired central heating boiler
Petition, plans, correspondence with DAC, parish and Diocesan Registry
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/113/1-15   30 April 1986 - 5 September 1986
Hetton-le-Hole
Installation of five-light window in the west wall to replace the existing window, installation of a small stained glass window to replace a plain window in the west wall, affixing of plaque in the wall below windows, undertaking urgent repairs to choir vestry roof. Designer Selwyn Beattie, Stanley.
Petition, designs, correspondence with DAC, parish and Diocesan Registry
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/114/1-4   14 October 1947 - 16 October 1947
Heworth St Alban (and Croxdale)
Erection of bus shelter with roof affixed to boundary wall of churchyard
Correspondence with Diocesan Registry and Chancellor, with unrelated letter from Vicar of Croxdale regarding a faculty to repair a headstone in churchyard
Licence granted by Chancellor
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/115/1-8   13 August 1986 - 5 March 1987
Heworth St Alban
Repair to bell-cote by repointing and fixing with dowell-pins
Application for Archdeacon's certificate, citation, PCC minutes, correspondence with DAC, parish and Diocesan Secretary
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/116/1-9   15 September 1925 - 5 February 1926
Heworth St Mary
Installation of electric lighting in the place of the present system of lighting by gas
Petition, citation, schedule of lights, correspondence with parish
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/117/1-10   1 August 1929 - 12 October 1929
Heworth St Mary
Claim of Mrs Duberley to burial vault and closing of churchyard
Correspondence with Mrs Duberley, parish and Diocesan Registry
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/118/1-3   10 January 1925 - 16 January 1925
High Spen St Patrick
Reservation of burial space for Fairlees family
Correspondence with parish
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/119/1   1 March 1978
Horden St Mary
Unknown faculty (war grave?)
Letter from Commonwealth War Graves Commission
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/120/1-11   20 January 1986 - 7 August 1986
Houghton-le-Spring
Removal and disposal of existing pendant light fitting and spotlights with their wiring circuits and replacement with new wiring and new wall-mounted light fittings
Petition, plans, correspondence with DAC, parish and Diocesan Registry
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/121/1   12 March 1963
Hurworth All Saints
Installation of oil-fired central heating system, introduction of a new carpet, repairs and re-decoration
Correspondence with parish
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/121a/1-11   27 August 1946 - 30 May 1947
Jarrow Christ Church
Acquisition of churchyard by Jarrow Town Council under the Open Spaces Act 1906
Correspondence with parish, Diocesan Registry and Jarrow Town Council
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/122/1-3   2 September 1947 - 4 September 1947
Jarrow Christ Church
Decoration of church
Correspondence with parish
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/123/1-2   13 September 1922
Jarrow Grange
Erection of altar table, setting back of railings at Christ Church by Town Council
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/124/1-5   4 October 1947 - 17 November 1947
Jarrow St Mark
Addition of parchment scroll containing the names of men from church who died in the Second World War to existing War Memorial
Petition, drawing, correspondence with parish, DAC, Chancellor and Diocesan Registry
Design rejected by DAC and Chancellor
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/125/1   5 September 1987
Jarrow St Mark
Fitting of replacement galvanised mesh security grilles on all windows of St Mark's church
Notice of intention
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/125a/1   July 1972
Jarrow St Paul
Installation of new lighting
Drawing
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/126/1-25   29 November 1972 -18 April 1973
Jarrow St Paul
Installation of stained glass window of the Venerable Bede on the north side of the Saxon church to commemorate the 1300th anniversary of his birth. Designer Carl Edwards, London.
Petition, citation, illustrated page from church history, correspondence with parish, Diocesan Registry, DAC and designer
Rejected by DAC
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/127/1   Undated
Jarrow St Peter
Item may be unrelated to a faculty
Plan of church centre
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/128/1-14   18 March 1925 - 28 March 1928
Kimblesworth
Enclosure of grave space for Lille Elder
Petition, draft petition, drawing, correspondence with petitioner and Diocesan Registry
Petition rejected by Chancellor
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/129/1-6   15 April 1955 - 6 June 1955
Kimblesworth
Reservation of grave space for George Thomas Metcalfe Bainbridge
Petition, plans, correspondence with Diocesan Registry and parish
Petition withdrawn 4 June 1955
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/129a/1   19 February 1962
Lamesley St Andrew
Unknown faculty
Letter to vicar
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/130/1-3   c 1980s
Lamesley St Andrew
Unknown faculty
Three photographs of processional cross and altar frontal
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/131/1-7   1912 - 20 January 1913
Lanchester
Reservation of grave space for Greenwell family
Draft petition, citation, plan, correspondence with petitioner
Petition withdrawn on 20 January 1913
DDR/EJ/FAC/4/132/1-18   15 July 1919 - 20 November 1919
Langley Park
Erection of (heart-shaped) memorial to Martha Smith in Langley Park churchyard
Petition, citation, photograph of proposed memorial, petition from vicar, assistant-curate, churchwardens and sidesmen objecting to memorial, correspondence with petitioner, parish and Diocesan Registry
Court orders relating to faculties
Reference: DDR/EJ/FAC/5/1
Dates of creation: 1898-1909
Extent: 1 volume
Copies of orders of the consistory court relating to contested faculty applications (f.1-7 only, preceded by index, rest of volume blank)

Contested faculties
Reference: DDR/EJ/FAC/6
Dates of creation: 1764, 1791-1792, 1803, 1806, 1900, 1953-1963, 1982-1997
Extent: 5 boxes
Faculty applications and consistory court records relating to disputed or controversial faculties. Not all the faculty applications in this class were heard in open court - some were settled or withdrawn without a court hearing. There is thus some overlap with the class of 'faculties not proceeded with'.
Sorted by name of church

DDR/EJ/FAC/6/1/1-56   10 February 1982 - 6 August 1984
Auckland St Andrew churchyard
Confirmatory faculty for work carried out by Wear Valley District Council in closed churchyard, including removal of damaged kerbs, refixing of dangerous gravestones and tree surgery
Petition, citation, judgment, correspondence with parish, DAC, Chancellor, local authority, archdeacon
Confirmatory faculty granted after court hearing
DDR/EJ/FAC/6/2/1-29   3 November 1984 - 5 March 1986
Aycliff St Andrew
Confirmation of the replacement of stolen lead from the south aisle roof with slates, and the replacement of stolen lead from the south aisle gutter with H. T. Felt. Architect Hayton Lee & Braddock of Durham. Carried out November - December 1984.
Petition, citation, correspondence with architects, DAC, parish, Chancellor and archdeacon
DDR/EJ/FAC/6/3/1-38   7 January 1986 - 9 April 1987
Billingham St Aidan
Confirmatory faculty for the installation of two oak hymn boards and two stainless steel cruets into the Church. Hymn boards made by Hayes and Finch Ltd, offerred as a gift by Mrs K. Simpson; cruets a product of Keswick Industrial Arts and inscribed in memory of E. G. C. Worrall, offerred as a gift by Mr F. Worrall.
drawing of the hymn boards, photograph of the cruet, correspondence with DAC, parish, citation, petition, judgment
Court hearing held, faculty granted
DDR/EJ/FAC/6/4/1-2   27 January 1806 - 23 Febuary 1806
Bishopwearmouth St Michael
Faculty to enlarge the church by the raising walls of and re-roofing in Westmoreland slate of the church and chancel, the construction of a gallery around three sides of the church, the movement of the chancel arch, the erection of new pews, the construction of two new staircases, the movement of the enterance of the church to the west end
Petition, citation
DDR/EJ/FAC/6/5/1-21   9 January 1957 - 1 December 1958
Bishopwearmouth St Michael
Faculty to install a steel and oak aumbry in the south wall of Bede Chapel, Architect C. E. Charlewood of Newcastle. Faculty for the introduction of a silver pyx
Drawings of aumbry, petition, citation, correspondence with parish, DAC and Chancellor, newspaper coverage, judgment
Court hearing held, faculty granted
DDR/EJ/FAC/6/6/1-2   
Brancepeth St Brandon
Judgement on a faculty for the re-ordering of the chancel involving the movement of wooden effigies, the movement of a large medieval stone monument to the Neville family, the extension of sanctuary area to the west which also involves the movement of altar rails and the removal of the platform on which the altar stands which also would entail the removal of the Victorian tiled floor
Judgment
Court hearing held, faculty granted
DDR/EJ/FAC/6/7/1-134   2 May 1995 - 3 March 1997
Coxhoe St Mary
Faculty for the erection of a granite churchyard memorial for W. Ward with a 'photo-plaque'. Sculptor William Scott & Sons Ltd of Seaham
Drawings and technical specifications of memorial, citation, petition, correspondence with DAC, Archdeacon, Chancellor, parish, Diocese of Lichfield, Hardesty & Walters solicitors, photographs of churchyard, photographs of photo-plaque memorial gravestones, judgment
Faculty granted
DDR/EJ/FAC/6/8/1-3   23 November 1764 - 1 December 1764
Durham St Mary-le-Bow
Faculty to erect 2 pews in the church the name of the family of John Bell
Petition, citation, judgment
Not granted
DDR/EJ/FAC/6/9/1-3    20 January 1803 - 19 March 1803
Durham St Nicholas
Faculty to replace the lead roofing of the church with Westmoreland slate, to replace the pews and raise the floors of the church
Petition, citation, judgment
Faculty granted [numbered as 34 within the Registry list of faculties, but stored by them with the Contested Faculties]
DDR/EJ/FAC/6/10/1-2   January 1988
Durham St Oswald
Judgement on a faculty for the re-ordering of the chuch following damage by fire involving the installation of a new organ in the west end of the church, the installation of a movable altar in the nave on raised flooring and with the removal of memoral gates into the chancel, the movement of the aubery, the relocation of a neater, the reduction in weight of the high altar
Judgment
Court hearing held , faculty refused for the organ and nave altar but granted for the movement of the aubery and neater, the reduction in weight of the high altar and a platform west of the chancel screen with an altar and altar rails
DDR/EJ/FAC/6/11/1-56   14 June 1897 - 10 August 1900
Hamsterley St James
Faculty for the replacement of brass plates which had been removed from pews claimed by the family of G. A. L. Blenkinsopp of Hoppyland Park
Petition, citation, plan of church, judgment, correspondence with parish and Chancellor
Court hearing held, faculty refused
DDR/EJ/FAC/6/12/1-2   15 May 1984
Jarrow St Paul
Faculty for stained glass window. Designer John Piper.
Judgment of appeal
Court hearing held, faculty initially refused, faculty accepted after appeal
DDR/EJ/FAC/6/13/1-40   20 July 1983 - 23 March 1988
Leadgate St Ives
Faculty for replacement of heating system with 10 Vulcana EPF19E heaters and one Baxi Brazilia heater. Architect Charlewood, Curry, Wilson & Atkinson
Church plans, petition, citation, correspondence with DAC and Archdeacon
Court hearing held, faculty granted
DDR/EJ/FAC/6/14/1-48   18 December 1983 - 27 February 1985
Lumley Christ Church
Faculty to replace existing Harrison Pipe organ with Allen Digital Computor organ. Supplier Allen Organ Studios Ltd of London
Petition, photographs of organs, plan of church, citation, correspondence with parish, DAC and chancellor
Court hearing held, faculty granted
DDR/EJ/FAC/6/15/1-49   23 September 1985 - 29 April 1987
Middleton St George & Middleton St Laurence
Confirmatory faculty Middleton St George for the re-pointing of the inside face of the boundary wall and the repair of a drainage channel around the church. Confirmatory faculty for Middleton St Laurence for the repair of the vestry floor and the re-laying of flags to the west of the vestries, the reinstatement of paths and fence, the repair and replacement of eroded stonework in the belfry with Nitromortar HB, repointing of the tower's east face; the repair of the vestry roof, rewiring of lighting, the re-pointing of the tower wall. Architect Hayton Lee & Braddock of DurhamMason G. W. Lazonby. Belfry work by J. W. Stenson of Darlington.

Petitions, plan of St Laurence church, correspondence with the Chancellor, DAC the parish, citations, judgment
Court hearing held, faculties granted
DDR/EJ/FAC/6/16/1-31   13 October 1986 - 27 May 1988
Monkwearmouth St Peter
Faculty for the installation of 5 Temcana Kestrel EPF19E heaters in the South and North-East Transepts. Architect Charlewood Curry Partnership of Newcastle
Petition, technical specifications of Temcana Kestrel EPF19E heater, correspondence with parish, DAC, plans of church, citation
Court hearing held, court ajourned and faculty withdrawn (to be replaced by revised faculty petition)
DDR/EJ/FAC/6/17/1-9   28 May 1985 - 11 April 1986
Monkwearmouth St Peter
Faculty to install a new Copemen Hart Organ; to install a new paltform for the organ with meeting rooms behind and archive storage space above; to create a new Exhibition Area on the ground floor of the North Transept; to establish a new altar; to replace damaged glass in the Saxon windows with Everet Antique glass; to repair or replace roof timbers; to establish a chronological exhibition of Saxon and Medieval grave covers along the wall of the church. Architect Charlewood Curry Wilson & Atkinson Ltd of Newcastle. Glass replaced by Copeman Hart & Co Ltd of London
Petition, plans of church, judgment
Court hearing held, faculty granted
DDR/EJ/FAC/6/18/1-200   1980 - 23 September 1983
Norton St Mary the Virgin
Faculty for construction of a portable central oak and steel altar on a timber platform; the re-siting of an effigy; the construction of portable communion rails; the raising of the floor in the central area. Architec Mr L. Rooker of Blackbell Rooker Partnership of Cleveland
Parish magazines, plans of church, photograph of altar, proposal, citation, newspaper coverage, correspondence with parish, DAC, Chancellor
Court hearing held, faculty not granted
DDR/EJ/FAC/6/19/1-44    - 13 May 1986
Pelton Holy Trinity
Faculty for the replacement of an existing system with 6 Tempcana 19c Balanced Flue convector radiators in the nave, and two further radiators in the vestry. Architect Mr. L. Stringer of Sotherland.
Petiton, correspondence with parish and DAC, judgment
Court hearing held, faculty not granted
DDR/EJ/FAC/6/20/1-5   27 October 1791 - 16 November 1792
Ryton Holy Cross
Faculty to erect gallery around the church
Petition, citation
DDR/EJ/FAC/6/21/1-26   14 November 1986 - 10 April 1987
Southwick St Columba
Confirmatory faculty for the treatment of dry rot in the timbers under the organ gallery and in the choir vestry; the re-plastering of walls where necessary; the installation of a damp proof course on walls and pillars; the renewal of valley guttering above the vestry
Plans of church, correspondence with parish and DAC, judgment
Court hearing held, faculty granted
DDR/EJ/FAC/6/22/1-2   1984
Stockton Holy Trinity
Faculty for the use of a strip of land in the churchyard and the removal of lime trees to construct in-roads, relating to a road/traffic scheme being undertaken by the Council of the Borough of Stockton-on-Tees
Court hearing held, faculty not granted
Map of neighbourhood around church, judgment
DDR/EJ/FAC/6/23/1-59   17 September 1954 - 18 February 1955
South Shields St Mary Tyne Dock
Faculty to construct a steel aubery in the east or north wall of the sancuary next to the high altar, to remove the tabernacle from the high altar, to replace the brass crucifix on the altar in the south aisle with the present crucifix on the high altar, to place on the high altar a larger crucifix of gilded wood, to place an oak cover on the font
Petition, plan of cross and aubery, correspondence with parish and Chancellor
DDR/EJ/FAC/6/24/1-252   21 November 1955 - 20 October 1958
South Shields St Mary Tyne Dock
Faculty for the removal of certain ornaments and articles of Church furniture from the Church (1955); Confirmatory faculty for the introduction of 2 ciboria into the Church for use in the aumbry and at Holy Communion (1957)
Petition, citation (1955). Petition, citation (1957). Correspondence with parish, Chancellor, Acting Chancellor and Archdeacon. Judgement
Court hearing held, faculties granted to remove a small hand bell, to remove the sanctuary gong and two sanctuary bells, for the hitching up of the robe from the belfry out of reach, for the retention of the aumbery, that two wooden candlesticks shall not be moved during the course of a service, to retain the small ciborium but faculty for the introduction of a 2nd large ciborium not granted and the retention of a large brass cross replacing a crucifix on the portable altar not granted
DDR/EJ/FAC/6/25/1-91   5 January 1962 - 14 November 1963
South Shields St Mary Tyne Dock
Faculty to restore various ornaments in the church: the crucifix, the figure of Christ on the processional cross, the sacring gong, the processional candlesitcks, the processional lanterns, the large silver ciborium
Petition, citation, correspondence with parish and Chancellor, judgment
Court hearing held, faculty granted for the restoration of the crucifix, the lanterns and the ciborium, but refused for the restoration of the figure of Christ, the sacring gong and the candlesticks
DDR/EJ/FAC/6/26/1-400   31 August 1951 - 22 November 1955
South Shields St Mary Tyne Dock
(1) Faculty for the introduction of a statue of the Virgin Mary and Child carved in oak or lime attached to in the north aisle. Designed by Miss K. Nicholas. (2) Faculty for the removal of various illegal ornaments from the Church. (3) Confirmatory faculty for the introduction of various ornaments
(1) Petition, drawing, citation. (2) Petition (3) Petition, citation. Judgement. Correspondence with Exeter Registrar, parish, Chancellor and Bishop, photographs of exterior and interior of church, newspaper coverage
Court hearing held, faculties partially granted but faculty for the introduction of some ornaments not granted (tabenacle, ciborium, sanctuary gong, 2 sanctuary bells, 2 portable candle holders, 2 covered candle holders, crucifix from the south wall, figure placed on the processional cross) and faculty for the introduction of the statue of the Virgin Mary and Child not granted
DDR/EJ/FAC/6/27/1-27   6 December 1876 - 1 June 1957
South Shields St Mary Tyne Dock
Copies of various court exhibits, notes and letters relating to the court cases concerning the Church (1951 - 1963).
Faculty from Tanfield for the construction of a new side chapel, the introduction of altar rail gates, processional candles, new carpet and the erection of teak louvres in the tower. Correspondence with the parish.
Unidentified faculty papers
Reference: DDR/EJ/FAC/7
Dates of creation: undated, but mainly 1950s=1970s
Extent: 1 small tray
Miscellaneous plans and other documents, probably relating to applications for faculties, but where the particular faculty or (often) church building cannot be established

Correspondence
Reference: DDR/EJ/FAC/8
Dates of creation: 1961-1998
Extent: 2 boxes
Correspondence files relating to archdeacons' certificates and faculty applications

General notes and records
Reference: DDR/EJ/FAC/9
Dates of creation: 1956-1997
Extent: 1 folder
Various printed or photocopied guidelines on faculties, churchyard memorials, trees and other matters
Note that this is not an original class of records, but consists of miscellaneous notes put together for convenience.

Notifications of faculties to Diocesan Advisory Committee
Reference: DDR/EJ/FAC/10
Dates of creation: 1993-1996
Extent: ½ box
Copies of forms summarising the details of petitions received in the Registry, in the form prescribed by the 1992 Faculty Jurisdiction Rules.

Churchyard memorial applications
Reference: DDR/EJ/FAC/11
Dates of creation: 1990 - March 1998
Extent: 5 boxes
Correspondence and papers relating to applications for churchyard memorials that do not conform to the diocesan guidelines for memorials

Sequestrations
Reference: DDR/EJ/SEQ
Pre-1862 sequestration papers
Reference: DDR/EJ/SEQ/1
Dates of creation: 1666-1861
Extent: 4 boxes
Bonds, writs, acts of court and other documents relating to sequestrations before 1862 (unnumbered sequence)
Bonds for ca.1724-1820 are in a very fragile condition and cannot be produced

Post-1862 sequestration papers
Reference: DDR/EJ/SEQ/2
Dates of creation: 1862-1975 (listed to 1963 only)
Extent: 10 boxes
Mainly writs of sequestration, together with the sequestrators' bonds, with a few relaxations
The sequestrations were numbered in nearly chronological order up to September 1963, by the Diocesan Registry. However, as several groups of numbers are repeated, there were five separate, overlapping series of numbers in use, now lettered 'A' to 'E'.
After September 1963 (number 1110), the sequestrations are not numbered or listed, but have been sorted into chronological order.

DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/1   28 December 1862
Gainford; sequestrators, Thomas Raine and Francis Catterick
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/3   13 January 1864
Merrington; sequestrators, James Gibbeson and William Robson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/5   6 November 1865
Barnard Castle; sequestrators, Robert Whick, George Brownless, Abraham Taylor and Peter Mason
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/6   10 November 1865
Etherley; sequestrators, Henry Stobart and John Jackson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/8   1 May 1867
Monkwearmouth All Saints; sequestrator, John Fenton
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/10   21 December 1867
Penshaw; sequestrators, John Tindale and William Dawson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/13   19 April 1872
Crook; sequestrators, Peter Ditchburn and William Turnbull
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/14   28 May 1872
Rookhope; sequestrators, Robert Forster and James Parker
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/15   30 May 1872
South Shields Holy Trinity; sequestrators, Joseph Eltringham and John Hogarth
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/16   23 August 1872
Chester-le-Street; sequestrators, Simon Robinson, Robert Dickinson and William Hall
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/20   7 July 1873
Darlington St Cuthbert; sequestrators, John Bailey, Edward Hutchinson and William Robinson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/21   20 July 1873
Rookhope; sequestrators, Robert Forster and James Parker
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/23   18 August 1874
Monkwearmouth All Saints; sequestrator, John Benjamin Lee
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/24   1 October 1874
Middleton in Teesdale; sequestrators, Robert French and William Dickinson Vipon
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/27   20 February 1878
Witton-le-Wear; sequestrators, William Brownbridge and James Widdas
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/37   3 June 1881
Benfieldside; sequestrators, Francis Priestman and John Collinson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/40   1 July 1882
Collierley; sequestrators, john Errington and Emmanuel Maddison
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/41   23 September 1882
Jarrow St Paul; sequestrators, John Armstron and Edward Walker Snowdon
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/42   9 November 1882
Hebburn St Cuthbert; sequestrators, John Mitchell and John Wilkinson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/44   4 May 1883
Middleton St George; sequestrator, Jonathan Westgarth Wooler
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/45   23 June 1883
Elton; sequestrator, Joseph Blakey
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/46   12 July 1883
Bishopwearmouth St Luke Pallion; sequestrators, John Henry Kent and Thomas Ray
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/47   21 October 1883
Trimdon; sequestrators, Joseph Grey and Robinson Wetherell
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/49   29 November 1883
Hendon St Barnabas; sequestrators, William Robert Wiggin and William Logan
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/50   15 April 1884
Heighington; sequestrators, Jerome Delicate, C.T. White, Tom L. Oxondale and Robert Thompson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/52   3 October 1884
Wingate Grange; sequestrators, William Armstrong, the younger and Emmanuel Cross
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/53   16 October 1884
Winlaton; sequestrators, Christopher Whitfield and George Parker
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/54   18 October 1884
Penshaw; sequestrators, John A. Nicholson and Christopher Stewart
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/55   11 November 1884
Darlington St John; sequestrators, Robert Allan Luck and Thomas Clayhills
Document - Sequestration
Sequestrator's bond only: list marked 'sequestration with sequestrators'
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/56   28 November 1884
West Hartlepool; sequestrators, John Metcalf and E.J.B. Ebdy
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/57   12 December 1884
Bearpark; sequestrator, John Earl
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/58   14 March 1885
Lanchester; sequestrators, John Cumming and William Logan
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/59   7 April 1885
Pelton; sequestrators, John Thirlwell Heslop and John Cameron
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/61   27 June 1885
Wolsingham; sequestrators, William Shaw and William Hindmarsh
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/63   15 October 1885
Longnewton; sequestrator, William Rhodes Fawcett
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/64   15 November 1885
Wolviston; sequestrators, George Maughan and Anthony Dobson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/65   29 June 1886
Norton St Mary the Virgin; sequestrators, John Usher and Benjamin Robson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/66   19 July 1886
Shadforth; sequestrators, Thomas Whittingham and Robert Francis Thubron
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/67   29 July 1886
Haughton le Skerne; sequestrators, William Bainbridge and Thomas Paxton
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/68   13 August 1886
South Shields St Thomas; sequestrators, William Rippon and Thomas Stockdall
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/70   27 March 1888
Bishopton; sequestrator, Christopher Orwin
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/71   19 January 1888
Stanhope; sequestrators, D. McCallum and Robert Martin
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/72   23 June 1888
Tow Law; sequestrators, William Atkinson and Cuthbert Hall
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/73   12 January 1889
Redmarshall; sequestrators, Robert Thompson and Reverend Eliezer Flecker
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/74   24 January 1889
Boldon; sequestrators, Henry Salkeld and George Shaw
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/75   22 November 1888
Witton Gilbert; sequestrators, John Graham and Peter Pearson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/76   2 May 1889
Durham St Margaret; sequestrators, Thomas Sansfield and William Coxon
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/77   31 December 1889
Hetton-le-Hole; sequestrators, Robert Hind Heslop and Robert Philipson Edgar
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/78   31 December 1889
Coniscliffe; sequestrators, Thomas McLacklan and Thomas Winter
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/79   15 February 1890
Willington; sequestrator, Reverend Henry Dawes
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/80   13 March 1890
Gateshead Venerable Bede; sequestrators, Robert Irving and John George Shipley
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/86   2 June 1890
Norton St Mary the Virgin; sequestrators, Thomas Henry Faber and John Usher
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/87   2 July 1890
Shotton; sequestrators, William Fairbairn Hall and James Mather
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/88   22 August 1890
Gateshead Christ Church Bensham; sequestrators, Henry William Burnett and Robert Stirling
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/89   28 August 1890
Seaton Carew; sequestrators, William Smith and John Bakewell
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/90   3 September 1890
Thornley St Bartholomew Wolsingham; sequestrators, Matthew Pattison and Charles Teasdale
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/91   22 October 1890
Lumley; sequestrators, Robert Harland and Robert Purves
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/93   28 January 1891
Easington; sequestrators, W.J. Malcolm, William Wigginham and James Sanderson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/94   24 September 1891
South Hetton; sequestrators, Charles Hunting and Percival Laidler
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/95   24 November 1891
Sunderland St Stephen; sequestrators, William Richardson and H.W. Watson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/96   9 April 1892
Marley Hill; sequestrators, James Gilchrist and Harrison Francis Bulmer
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/103   30 December 1893
Eastgate; sequestrators, William Vickers and Jos. Garthwaite
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/105   3 January 1895
Eggleston; sequestrators, Thomas Stoddart and R. Robinson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/106   15 January 1895
Pittington; sequestrators, Ralph Henry Cleasby and John Dixon
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/108   18 July 1895
Heighington; sequestrator, Jerome Delicate
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/110   5 September 1895
Byers Green; sequestrators, John Hutchinson and Matthew Hodgson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/111   31 October 1895
Ebchester; sequestrators, Joseph Pumphrey and George Charlton
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/112   21 November 1895
Houghton-le-Spring; sequestrators, Norman Robinson and Robert Henry Rowell
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/113   5 December 1895
Gainford; sequestrator, G.R. Gent
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/114   31 December 1895
Easington; sequestrators, William Wiggham, Samuel Smith and Henry Robert Watson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/115   15 May 1896
Durham St Oswald; sequestrators, J.H. Eden and J. Chisman
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/116   12 August 1896
South Shields St Mark; sequestrator, John Booth
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/117   27 October 1896
Whickham; sequestrators, William Willis, Thomas Nicholson and Joseph Harbottle
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/119   31 December 1896
Bishopwearmouth St Andrew Deptford; sequestrators, William Batey Maddison and William Corner
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/120   3 June 1897
Dinsdale; sequestrators, Joseph William Eastwood and William Hopper Williamson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/121   17 June 1897
Durham St Oswald; sequestrators, John Chisman and J.B. Lloyd
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/122   30 July 1897
Middleton in Teesdale; sequestrator, Thomas Lowes
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/123   18 August 1897
Escomb; sequestrators, George Christopher Hedley and Stephen Wiseman
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/124   1 September 1897
Tudhoe; sequestrators, Robert Hedley and James Holdon
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/125   21 September 1897
Byers Green; sequestrators, John Hutchinson and Matthew Hodgson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/127   22 August 1897
Gateshead St Paul Low Team; sequestrators, Robert James Winn and Ralph Mather
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/128   24 December 1897
Hartlepool Holy Trinity; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/129   12 January 1898
Southwick Holy Trinity; sequestrators, Thomas Carr and Robert Barnes Russell
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/132   5 May 1898
Sherburn; sequestrators, Harle Nicholson and Abraham Wearmouth
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/133   6 October 1898
Heworth St Alban; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/134   27 October 1898
Consett; sequestrators, Thomas Liddle Gledstone and NB to check on surname
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/135   2 November 1898
Penshaw; sequestrator, William Henry Alderson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/136   5 March 1899
Felling; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/137   25 February 1899
Lynesack; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/138   20 April 1899
Washington; sequestrators, Thomas Hunter and Edward Potts
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/139   5 December 1899
Monkwearmouth Venerable Bede; sequestrators, T.E. Byers and A.S. Bowes
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/139A   25 September 1899
Penshaw; sequestrator, William Henry Alderson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/140   20 January 1900
South Hylton; sequestrators, James Todd and Matthew Jolly
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/141   8 March 1900
Spennymoor; sequestrators, Francis John Rowland and William Byers
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/142   13 March 1900
Brancepeth; sequestrators, Henry Thomas Peirson and George Reason
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/143   7 April 1900
Sacriston; sequestrators, Thomas G. Noble and J. Minnings
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/143A   21 April 1900
Shincliffe; sequestrators, John M. Carr and Simon Alderson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/144   3 May 1900
Bishopwearmouth St Thomas; sequestrators, Digby Nelson and Robert Farrow
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/145   11 May 1900
Hendon St Paul; sequestrators, James Albert Blackwood and William Harrison Shevill
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/146   16 June 1900
Stella; sequestrators, R. Ball and J. Fairbridge
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/147   5 September 1900
Pelton; sequestrators, J.F. Heslop and S.J. Hall
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/148   19 September 1900
Shotton; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/149   8 January 1901
Whitworth; sequestrators, John Dipton and Robert C. Bulman
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/150   16 February 1901
Billingham; sequestrators, William Burton and W. Nightingale
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/151   7 March 1901
Burnopfield; sequestrator, William Braidford
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/152   17 April 1901
Shotton; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/153   2 April 1901
Easington; sequestrators, William Wiggham, H.R. Watson and J.W. Sanderson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/154   18 April 1901
Heatherycleugh; sequestrators, J.F. Carr and J. Sparks
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/155   4 June 1901
Whitburn; sequestrators, W. Johnson and W.A. Forster
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/156   14 December 1901
Tudhoe Grange St Andrew; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/157   15 April 1902
Cassop cum Quarrington; sequestrators, Thomas Patterson and Joseph Atkinson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/158   21 April 1902
Rookhope; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/159   11 June 1902
Dalton-le-Dale; sequestrators, George Watkin and Roger Chickin
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/161   9 October 1902
Elton; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/162   31 December 1902
Boldon; sequestrators, David Johnston and Frederick Hanson Nicholson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/163   11 February 1903
Haughton le Skerne; sequestrators, Joseph Frank and John Banks
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/164   16 February 1903
Middleton St George; sequestrators, Thomas Francis Fenny and Charles Harrison
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/165   3 April 1903
Brandon; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/167   26 May 1903
West Pelton; sequestrators, John Richards and John Humble
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/168   19 June 1903
Consett; sequestrators, William Aynsley and John Kidd
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/169   11 July 1903
Durham St Cuthbert; sequestrators, Herman Strathman and John H Castley
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/170   17 July 1903
Thornley St Bartholomew Wolsingham; sequestrator, Joseph Pattison
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/171   25 July 1903
Burnmoor; sequestrator, Frank Stobart
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/172   25 July 1903
Stanley; sequestrator, Charles Turnbull
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/173   19 September 1903
Hetton-le-Hole; sequestrators, Joseph Willis and William Wright
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/174   18 September 1903
New Shildon; sequestrators, William Troughton and George Robson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/175   10 October 1903
Sedgefield; sequestrators, Christopher Wall Giles and Robert Sotheran
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/176   1 January 1904
Lanchester; sequestrators, Henry Oliver, W. Brotherhood and William Walton Thompson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/177   1 January 1904
Durham St Nicholas; sequestrators, George Chapman and Edward Hodgson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/178   5 February 1904
Egglescliffe; sequestrator, Stephen Bell
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/179   5 February 1904
Auckland St Andrew; sequestrators, Matthew Hammond, Henry Peverell, Henry William Thorburn and Sam Adams
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/180   9 April 1904
Silksworth; sequestrator, William Wigham
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/181   23 April 1904
Edmundbyers; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/182   3 May 1904
Whitworth; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/183   13 May 1904
Cockfield; sequestrators, Herbert William Summerson and Arthur Sanderson Summerson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/184   20 May 1904
Staindrop; sequestrator, Lord Barnard and T. Coates
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/185   18 July 1904
South Shields St Hilda; sequestrators, Joseph Hall Morton, William Stobbs Young, Peter Norman and Samuel Cozens
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/186   16 September 1904
Rekendyke St Jude; sequestrators, William H Shipley and William James Snaith
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/187   24 September 1904
Trimdon; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/188   29 September 1904
Beamish; sequestrator, Thomas Matthew Ridley
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/189   15 October 1904
Darlington St John; sequestrators, W.H. Shipley and W.J. Snaith
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/190   4 November 1904
Collierley; sequestrators, Hugh Brown and William Innes Mackay
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/191   28 November 1904
Eggleston; sequestrators, Matthew Raine and William Henry Lund
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/192   23 December 1904
Monkwearmouth St Cuthbert; sequestrators, Henry Angus and Whitfield Scorer
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/193   12 January 1905
Satley; sequestrators, Nicholas Walker and T. Gilhespy
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/194   21 February 1905
Hamsterley; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/195   22 March 1905
Muggleswick; sequestrators, John Rae and Nixon Hudspith
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/196   11 April 1905
Sherburn; sequestrators, H. Nicholson and A. Wearmouth
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/197   25 May 1905
Satley; sequestrators, Nicholas Walker and T. Gilhesphy
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/198   4 July 1905
Esh; sequestrators, J.W. Rutter and William Clement
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/199   29 September 1905
Hurworth; sequestrators, Joseph Simpson and Robert Goldsbrough
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/200   28 October 1905
St John's Chapel-in-Weardale; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/201   30 November 1905
Wolviston; sequestrators, Henry Scotson and Daniel Taylerson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/202   30 November 1905
Darlington St Cuthbert; sequestrators, Joseph Forster and John Benton Ord
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/203   5 February 1906
Merrington; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/204   8 March 1906
Heighington; sequestrators, George Gibson, John Sowerby, Robert Bick and John Henry Blades
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/205   31 March 1906
Gateshead St James; sequestrators, W.H. Robson and W. Reay
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/206   6 April 1906
Burnopfield; sequestrators, W. Braidford and T. Thompson
Document - Sequestration
   19 April 1906
Frosterley St Michael (sequestration on bankruptcy); sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
See also -
DDR/EJ/SEQ/4: Correspondence and papers for particular sequestrations, 1892 - 1925
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/207   31 May 1906
Grindon; sequestrators, D.W. Meiklejohn and T. Atkinson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/208   6 July 1906
Barnard Castle; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/209   17 August 1906
West Rainton; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/210   18 October 1906
Bishopton; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/211   21 November 1906
Monk Hesleden; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/212   13 March 1907
Stella; sequestrators, G. Bellerby and T.J. Botham
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/213   9 May 1907
Hebburn St Oswald; sequestrators, G. Ashmore and T. Gamble
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/214   24 May 1907
Greatham; sequestrators, W.T. Tate and J. Mark
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/215   19 July 1907
Houghton-le-Spring; sequestrators, D.S. Park and J. Burn
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/216   22 October 1907
South Hetton; sequestrator, A.A. Moore
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/217   4 December 1907
Bishopwearmouth St Michael; sequestrators, Frank W. Ritson and A. Harrison
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/218   2 January 1908
Monk Hesleden; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/219   2 January 1908
Evenwood; sequestrators, G.H. Coates and J. Dowson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/220   29 February 1908
South Shields St Thomas; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/221   11 May 1908
Leadgate; sequestrators, E. Todd and C. Clegg
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/222   13 March 1908
Auckland St Peter; sequestrator, F.J. Frank
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/223   13 March 1908
Bishop Auckland; sequestrators, P.J.M. Croft and J.T. Proud
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/224   25 April 1908
South Shields St Simon; sequestrators, L. Proud and F. Woodmass
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/225   29 May 1908
Seaham; sequestrators, B.M. Brough and B. Draper
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/226   15 June 1908
Monk Hesleden St John; sequestrators, W.T. Hicks and P. Scott
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/227   21 July 1908
Hartlepool Holy Trinity; sequestrators, P.G. Howston and J.W. Tate
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/228   28 July 1908
Gateshead Holy Trinity; sequestrators, Richard Bell and William Watson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/229   27 August 1908
Great Stainton; sequestrator, H.G. Coates
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/230   16 October 1908
Forest and Frith; sequestrators, John Nixon and Robert Collinson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/231   4 November 1908
Whitburn; sequestrators, Alfred Grundy and James Watson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/232   4 November 1908
Hartlepool St Paul; sequestrators, William Still and Jey Chalton
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/233   26 November 1908
Bolam; sequestrator, William Alfred Lowes
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/234   11 December 1908
Bishopwearmouth Christ Church; sequestrators, E.S. Dingle and C Wilkinson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/235   10 December 1908
Seaton Carew; sequestrators, T.H. Tilly and W. Thomlinson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/236   19 January 1909
Monkwearmouth St Peter; sequestrators, T.W. Jaques and J.R. Jarman
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/237   30 January 1909
Croxdale; sequestrators, T. Turnbull and A. Harrison
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/238   1 February 1909
East Rainton; sequestrator, H. Hutchinson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/239   20 February 1909
South Shields St Mark; sequestrators, A.T. Emmerson and J.H. Baxter
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/240   29 April 1909
Durham St Oswald; sequestrators, P.J. Waite and P.J. Heawood
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/241   6 May 1909
Fir Tree; sequestrators, George French and Arthur Stanley Douglas
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/242   4 June 1909
Easington; sequestrators, J.W. Sanderson and E. Watson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/243   21 June 1909
Bishopwearmouth St Hilda Millfield; sequestrators, William Morton and Chater Kirton
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/244   1 July 1909
Westgate; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/245   12 August 1909
Bishopwearmouth St Stephen Ayres Quay; sequestrators, W. Turnbull and J.H. Harrison
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/246   31 August 1909
Esh; sequestrators, J.W. Rutter and J.C. Stobart
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/247   19 August 1909
Winston; sequestrators, W. Brittain and J.G. Bell
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/248   1 October 1909
Longnewton; sequestrators, W.P. Walker and J. Cowan
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/249   1 November 1909
Eldon; sequestrators, R. Peverell and G. Thorpe
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/250   1 November 1909
Ryton; sequestrators, J. Reid and J.W. Bourn
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/251   1 November 1909
Auckland St Helen; sequestrators, W.A. Johnson and C. Fairs
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/252   6 November 1909
Etherley; sequestrators, W.R. Stobart and J. Blenkinsopp
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/253   9 November 1909
Darlington St Luke; sequestrators, G.J. Gregg and Goldsbrough J.R.
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/254   18 November 1909
Bishopwearmouth St Thomas; sequestrator, J.J. Bettlestone
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/255   26 November 1909
Middleton St George; sequestrators, R. Cockton and J. Scott
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/256   10 December 1909
Durham St Mary-le-Bow; sequestrators, J. Jones and R. Brown
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/257   12 January 1910
Hunwick; sequestrators, J.W. Jenkinson and J. Greenwell
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/258   4 February 1910
Great Stainton; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/259   4 February 1910
Haverton Hill; sequestrators, George Appleton and William Sedgewick
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/260   3 March 1910
Stella; sequestrators, George Bellerby and W.S. Jude
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/261   8 March 1910
Sunderland; sequestrators, John Thompson and G. Bell
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/262   7 March 1910
South Shields St Aidan; sequestrators, Thomas Benjamin Grimes and George Harry Thompson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/263   8 March 1910
Tudhoe; sequestrators, William Baines and Thompson Raine
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/264   6 May 1910
Bishopwearmouth St Luke Pallion; sequestrators, J.B. Lauderdale and J.G. Stephenson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/265   19 May 1910
Bishopwearmouth St Mary Magdalene Millfield; sequestrators, William Lambert and John Brodie Forest
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/266   3 June 1910
Haswell; sequestrators, Marvin Ramshaw and George Mole
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/267   16 June 1910
Middleton in Teesdale; sequestrators, Thomas May and Robert Pierse
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/268   24 June 1910
South Shields St Hilda; sequestrators, F.W. Pollock, A.J. Hagg, J. Sedcole and J. Graham
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/269   28 June 1910
Muggleswick; sequestrators, Dixon Hudspith and John Rae
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/270   5 July 1910
Houghton-le-Spring; sequestrators, William Chrystal and David S. Park
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/271   12 August 1910
Hendon St Paul; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/272   22 September 1910
Durham St Margaret; sequestrators, L.G. Reid and H. Leonard
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/273   7 October 1910
Hendon St Ignatius; sequestrators, S.M. Ritson and R.H. Blakey
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/274   18 October 1910
Ingleton; sequestrators, G.W. Thornton and J.E. Raipon
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/275   18 October 1910
South Westoe; sequestrators, J.F. Murray and J.J. Appleby
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/276   25 November 1910
Beamish; sequestrators, J.M. Ridley and C. Scott
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/277   14 December 1910
Darlington St John; sequestrators, James William Gill and James Hart
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/278   16 December 1910
Silksworth; sequestrators, James Dalton Gregson and John George Robinson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/279   21 February 1911
Rekendyke St Jude; sequestrators, R. Erickson and C.L. Abrahamson
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/280   9 June 1911
Hamsteels; sequestrator, J.W. Raw
Document - Sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/281   6 July 1911
Grindon; sequestrator, B. Christie
Document - Copy sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/282   28 July 1911
Hunstanworth; sequestrators, J. Westgarth and J.O. Murray
Document - Copy sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/283   29 July 1911
Durham St Cuthbert; sequestrators, J.H. Castley and F. Schofield
Document - Copy sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/284   1 August 1911
Bearpark; sequestrator, R Harvey
Document - Copy sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/285   27 June 1911
Sadberge; sequestrator, G.J. Alderson
Document - Copy sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/286   24 October 1911
Bolam; sequestrator, Reverend Joseph Slim
Document - Copy sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/287   14 December 1911
Hebburn St Oswald; sequestrators, T.W. Gamble and J. Logan
Document - Copy sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/288   19 January 1912
Cassop cum Quarrington; sequestrator, H.L. Lawson
Document - Copy sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/289   2 March 1912
Hedworth; sequestrators, J.G. Leonard and Jeffery
Document - Copy sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/290   13 March 1912
Bishopwearmouth St Thomas; sequestrators, J.J. Bittlestone and H. Wight
Document - Copy sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/291   11 April 1912
Whorlton; sequestrators, Robert Kay and A. Britton
Document - Copy sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/292   1 August 1912
Gateshead St Chad Bensham; sequestrators, J.H. Stone and H.G. Watts
Document - Copy sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/293   7 August 1912
Sacriston St Peter; sequestrators, John D. Hunter and George Mingins
Document - Copy sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/294   25 October 1912
South Hetton; sequestrators, John Bright and Issac H. Robson
Document - Copy sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/295   11 November 1912
South Shields Holy Trinity; sequestrators, Cairns Palmer and J.C. Palmer
Document - Copy sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/296   9 December 1912
Wolsingham; sequestrators, W. Shaw and E.H. Robson
Document - Copy sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/297   10 December 1912
Whickham; sequestrators, W. Willis and Jonathan T. Atkinson
Document - Copy sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/298   11 December 1912
New Seaham; sequestrators, Thomas Brough and William Turnbull
Document - Copy sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/299   13 December 1912
Darlington St Paul; sequestrators, John Hogg and John Metcalf
Document - Copy sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/300   3 January 1913
Whitworth; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
Document - Copy sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/301   17 January 1913
Lanchester; sequestrators, F.J. Greenwell, E. Thompson, J. Bowes and J.J. Sinton
Document - Copy sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/302   30 January 1913
Auckland St Andrew; sequestrators, J.J. Proud, G. Thompson, J. Peverill and W.B. Rowntree
Document - Copy sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/303   3 March 1913
Shildon; sequestrators, Edward Robertson and Henry Lakeland
Document - Copy sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/304   18 April 1913
Stanhope; sequestrators, P. Walker and H. Thompson
Document - Copy sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/305   20 May 1913
Darlington St John; sequestrators, J.W. Gill and T.M. Hinde
Document - Copy sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/306   27 June 1913
Cornforth; sequestrators, J.J. Furneis and D. Hodgson
Document - Copy sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/307   5 August 1913
Crook; sequestrators, T. Walton, G. Bowes and W. Machell
Document - Copy sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/308   1 October 1913
Edmundbyers; sequestrators, J. Kitchen and J. Shiel
Document - Copy sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/309   4 December 1913
Benfieldside; sequestrators, T. Priestman and M. Richley
Document - Copy sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/310   12 December 1913
Witton Park; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
Document - Copy sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/311   14 February 1914
Bishopwearmouth St Thomas; sequestrators, J.J. Bittlestone and H.H. Weddell
Document - Copy sequestration
DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/312   21 March 1914
Sedgefield; sequestrators, J. Hick and T.G. Prosser
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/313   30 April 1914
Birtley; sequestrators, P. Kirkup and D. Wilson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/314   20 April 1914
Hart; sequestrators, R. Darling and R. Boutflower
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/315   21 May 1914
Escomb; sequestrators, J.G. Hallimond and T. Maughan
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/316   6 June 1914
Stockton-on-Tees St John the Baptist; sequestrators, W. Shipman and J. Thompson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/317   11 June 1914
Gateshead Christ Church Bensham; sequestrators, T. Moore and T.W. Ferry
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/318   18 May 1914
Auckland St Helen; sequestrator, G.H. Dawson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/319   20 June 1914
Stockton-on-Tees Holy Trinity; sequestrators, H.M. Thomas and W. Brown
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/320   22 June 1914
Stockton-on-Tees St Paul; sequestrators, G. Elcoat and T.C. Danby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/321   16 July 1914
South Shields St Aidan; sequestrators, J. Harp and G. Cowan
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/322   17 July 1914
Frosterley; sequestrators, V.A. Rippon, J.R. Bousfield and E. Slater
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/323   25 July 1914
Monkwearmouth Venerable Bede; sequestrators, J. Routledge and J. Lackenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/324   24 July 1914
Deaf Hill cum Langdale; sequestrators, J. Fenwick and G. Lockwood
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/325   27 July 1914
Silksworth; sequestrators, W.L. Walker and T. Noble
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/326   21 July 1914
Redmarshall; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/327   1 August 1914
Boldon; sequestrators, R.E. Thomas and G. Peacock
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/328   17 September 1914
Auckland St Peter; sequestrators, R.W. Bickmore and S. Davison
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/329   7 September 1914
South Shields St Stephen; sequestrators, J.E. Ingham and J. Booth
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/330   18 September 1914
Sunderland St Mary Magdalene; sequestrators, H. Hennis and J.B. Forrest
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/331   5 October 1914
Spennymoor St Paul; sequestrators, E. Pearcy and G.W. Henderson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/332   24 October 1914
Lynesack; sequestrators, W. Dewhurst and W. Marley
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/333   20 November 1914
Monkwearmouth St Andrew; sequestrators, J. Priestman and J.T. Gibbon
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/334   22 April 1915
Ryton; sequestrators, A.G. Sanders and W. Rochester
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/335   12 May 1915
Castleside; sequestrators, A. Elliot and J. Jackson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/336   17 May 1915
Eppleton; sequestrators, John Thirkell and Fred Hawxby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/337   22 July 1915
Shadforth; sequestrators, Joseph White and J.R. Whittingham
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/338   13 August 1915
Chilton Moor; sequestrator, T.C. Jones
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/339   30 November 1915
Hartlepool St Hilda; sequestrators, T.M. Armstrong and F.W. Mason
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/340   18 November 1915
Castle Eden; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/341   16 March 1916
Wingate Grange; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/342   3 April 1916
Heighington; sequestrators, J.H. Blades and J. Dresser
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/343   4 May 1916
Hawthorn; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/344   20 June 1916
Kelloe; sequestrators, J.N. Lee and J. Kirkpatrick
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/345   19 August 1916
Gateshead St Cuthbert Bensham; sequestrators, J.H. Richards and G.A. Ramshaw
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/346   22 August 1916
Elwick Hall; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/347   11 October 1916
Kelloe; sequestrators, G. Inness and W. Kingston
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/348   19 December 1916
Fir Tree; sequestrators, George William Palmer and Harry Dent
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/349   6 January 1917
South Shields St Hilda; sequestrators, Joseph Hall Morton and James Sedcote
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/350   7 March 1917
Consett; sequestrators, William Eales and John Kidd
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/351   13 March 1917
Auckland St Peter; sequestrators, Richard William Bickmore and Edgar Tom Gardiner
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/352   15 March 1917
Southwick St Columba; sequestrators, Edward Barnaby Burdon and George Robinson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/353   16 March 1917
Gateshead Holy Trinity; sequestrator, William Watson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/354   19 April 1917
Seaton Carew; sequestrators, Thomas James Davies and Thomas Robert Gilbertson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/355   11 May 1917
Deaf Hill cum Langdale; sequestrators, R. Makepeace and James Fenwick
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/356   16 May 1917
South Shields St Francis; sequestrators, Ralph Burton and John Soppitt
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/357   13 June 1917
Hartlepool St James; sequestrators, J.T. Smith and William W. Coates
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/358   29 June 1917
Stockton-on-Tees St Thomas; sequestrators, M. Heavisides and G.W. Maude
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/359   12 July 1917
Trimdon; sequestrators, R.W. Parker and J. Elliott
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/360   12 July 1917
Newbottle; sequestrators, R. Swainston and R.J. Scorer
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/361   12 July 1917
Shildon; sequestrators, John Jackson and Henry Lakeland
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/362   14 July 1917
Greenside St John; sequestrators, J. Greener and R. Charlton
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/363   8 August 1917
Monkwearmouth Venerable Bede; sequestrator, J. Routledge
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/364   1 September 1917
Westgate; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/365   4 October 1917
Heworth St Mary; sequestrators, Thomas Chapman and R. George Robson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/366   18 October 1917
Medomsley; sequestrators, Thomas Robinson and George Bell
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/367   9 January 1918
Herrington; sequestrators, Robert Fisher and J.S. Clark
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/368   12 February 1918
Dipton; sequestrators, J.E. Davis and J. Hardy
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/369   19 April 1918
Stillington; sequestrators, Robert Bell and C. Taylor
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/370   6 June 1918
Blackhill St Aidan; sequestrators, H.H. Wattsford and Herbert Briggs
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/371   6 September 1918
Hunstanworth; sequestrators, J. Westgarth and T. Bulman
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/372   2 October 1918
Grangetown; sequestrators, H.F. Wright and F. Earnshaw
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/373   24 October 1918
Greatham; sequestrators, E. Seaton Cockell and William Thomas Tate
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/374   1 November 1918
Thornley St Bartholomew Kelloe; sequestrators, D. Hagon and A.H. Oswald
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/375   5 March 1918
Brancepeth; sequestrator, Viscount Boyne and Edmund Oakley
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/376   5 December 1918
Evenwood; sequestrators, Thomas Pattison and F. Briggs
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/377   1 February 1919
Chester-le-Street; sequestrators, Sir L. Wood, R.E. Hale, G.A. Ward and H.G. Rhodes
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/378   5 February 1919
Croxdale; sequestrators, Thomas Turnbull and Fre[deri]ck Peter Gulliver
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/379   10 March 1919
Wingate Grange; sequestrators, John T. Cross and E. Cross
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/380   13 March 1919
Rookhope; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/381   26 April 1919
Hartlepool St Oswald; sequestrators, R. Stephenson and A.G. Linden
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/382   4 June 1919
South Shields St Thomas; sequestrators, James Cockburn and Joseph Stainton
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/383   20 June 1919
Bishop Middleham; sequestrators, T. Bovill and W. Stacey
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/384   17 July 1919
Darlington St Cuthbert; sequestrators, W.J. Stewart, W.W. Catterick, W.J. Moscrop and F. Britton
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/385   15 September 1919
Jarrow Grange Christ Church; sequestrators, W.J. Charlton and W. Batey
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/386   1 October 1919
Stockton-on-Tees Holy Trinity; sequestrators, S.C. Bell and W.H. Perry
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/387   3 November 1919
Darlington Holy Trinity; sequestrators, G. Kenworthy and L.C. Watson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/388   28 November 1919
Hebburn St Oswald; sequestrators, T.W. Gamble and R. Haiving
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/389   1 December 1919
Whitworth; sequestrator, Joseph Hodgson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/390   18 December 1919
Southwick Holy Trinity; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/391   24 February 1920
Tudhoe; sequestrators, T.H. Dobson and J. Keers
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/392   30 April 1920
Dawdon; sequestrators, John Sample and G. Wakefield
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/393   20 October 1920
Willington; sequestrators, T. Wilkinson and J. Elliott
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/394   12 November 1920
Jarrow St Paul; sequestrators, J.W. Carlisle and W. Dunsdon
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/395   21 December 1920
Coxhoe; sequestrators, John Cook and James Pallister
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/396   14 December 1920
Pittington; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/397   25 January 1921
Castle Eden; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/398   24 March 1921
Stanhope; sequestrators, F.H. Thompson and P. Walker
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/399   2 April 1921
Belmont; sequestrators, J. Codling and W. Rennie
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/400   7 April 1921
Houghton-le-Spring; sequestrators, F.W. Hall and E.L. Metcalfe
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/401   21 May 1921
New Seaham; sequestrators, W.A. Swallow and W. Turnbull
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/402   23 April 1921
Durham St Oswald; sequestrators, E. Laidler and E. Potts
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/403   15 June 1921
Monkwearmouth St Andrew; sequestrators, J. Priestman and C.M. Galley
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/404   11 July 1921
South Shields St Stephen; sequestrators, J. Riddell and A. Jameson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/405   29 August 1921
South Shields St Aidan; sequestrators, J. Heys and T.B. Purvis
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/406   7 September 1921
Witton-le-Wear; sequestrators, E.C. Tymms and W.D. Rudyard
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/407   20 September 1921
Horden; sequestrators, J.M. Mallory and W.W. Reesby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/408   30 September 1921
Darlington St Luke; sequestrators, L. Race and W. Gargett
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/409   27 September 1921
Heworth St Alban; sequestrators, R. Douglas and G.H. Hadden
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/410   28 September 1921
Witton Park; sequestrators, H. Burkitt and J.P. Ayre
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/411   9 December 1921
Durham St Cuthbert; sequestrators, S. Rutherford and W. Wainwright
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/412   9 December 1921
Durham St Giles; sequestrators, B.J. Milbourne and D. Elliott
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/413   9 January 1922
Burnmoor; sequestrators, W. Nisbet and J. Wilkes
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/414   10 January 1922
Hebburn St John; sequestrators, J. Watson and T. Heads
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/415   17 January 1922
South Shields St Mary Tyne Dock; sequestrators, W.H. Marley and R.A. Hunter
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/416   23 February 1922
Sunderland; sequestrators, J.E. Moorfield and W.G. Forster
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/417   1 March 1922
Auckland St Andrew; sequestrators, J.T. Proud, J. Pallister, W. Kingdon and J.W. Haggie
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/418   4 May 1922
Collierley; sequestrators, T Kay and J.H. Thompson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/419   24 May 1922
Durham St Mary-le-Bow; sequestrators, J.E. Pestle and R. Blakey
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/420   16 May 1922
Gateshead St Cuthbert Bensham; sequestrators, S.T. Richley and F. Jackson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/421   1 June 1922
Witton Gilbert; sequestrators, G.N. Black and W. Roberts
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/422   7 June 1922
South Shields St Francis; sequestrators, G. Bowdell and J. Peters
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/423   2 September 1922
Sunderland St Mark; sequestrators, B. Trewhitt and W.B. Maddison
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/424   16 September 1922
Stranton All Saints; sequestrators, R.W. Alton and G.R. Webster
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/425   1 October 1922
Staindrop; sequestrators, T.W. Applegarth, V. Hodgson and T. Race
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/426   20 September 1922
Pittington; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/427   1 October 1922
Middleton St George; sequestrators, J.B. Carter and L. Harris Liston
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/428   1 October 1922
South Hylton; sequestrators, M. Jolly and Thomas Clueson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/429   1 October 1922
Auckland St Peter; sequestrators, R. Bousfield and T.B. Archer
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/430   24 November 1922
New Shildon; sequestrators, F. Micklethwait and R. Jackson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/431   8 December 1922
Sedgefield; sequestrators, J. Hick and R.W. Winn
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/432   14 December 1922
Monkwearmouth All Saints; sequestrators, F.W. Brown and G.S. Garroway
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/433   5 January 1923
Greatham; sequestrators, W.H. Mawson and R. Stafford
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/434   10 January 1923
Sadberge; sequestrators, G.T. Alderson and G.T. Shepherd
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/435   16 January 1923
Hendon St Ignatius; sequestrators, H. Dixon and D. Drury
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/436   20 February 1923
Hunstanworth; sequestrators, J. Westgarth and C. Dewhurst
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/437   5 April 1923
Horden; sequestrators, J.H. Mallaby and W. Busby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/438   24 April 1923
Dalton-le-Dale; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/439   26 April 1923
Middleton in Teesdale; sequestrators, W. Oddie and J. Taylor
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/440   31 May 1923
Muggleswick; sequestrators, J. Storey and T.W. Copeland
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/441   4 July 1923
Kelloe; sequestrators, J.G. Howlett and F. Moody
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/442   1 August 1923
Monk Hesleden St John; sequestrators, W.T. Hicks and T. Liddell
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/443   1 August 1923
Auckland St Helen; sequestrators, C. Little and T. Watson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/444   1 August 1923
Evenwood; sequestrators, J. Moore and T. Pattison
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/445   1 May 1923
Seaham Harbour; sequestrators, J.W. Harrison and J.M. Pollock
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/446   20 September 1923
Gateshead Venerable Bede; sequestrators, W.F. Brown and W. Monkhouse
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/447   3 October 1923
Haughton le Skerne; sequestrators, W. Atkinson, J. Banks, W. Richardson and G. Rickinson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/448   2 October 1923
Whitburn; sequestrators, J.T. Rennison and W.D. Allison
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/449   8 October 1923
Gateshead Christ Church Bensham; sequestrators, A. Fenny and J.S. Abram
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/450   8 November 1923
Bishopwearmouth St Michael; sequestrators, J.G. Hutchinson and R.G. Hudson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/451   8 November 1923
South Westoe; sequestrators, J.J. Murray and F.J.A. Winfield
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/452   1 December 1923
Thornley St Bartholomew Wolsingham; sequestrator, G.W. Dowell
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/453   2 December 1923
Beamish; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/454   3 January 1924
Rekendyke St Jude; sequestrators, A.J. Hall and W.W. Smith
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/455   4 January 1924
Greatham; sequestrators, W.H. Mawson and R. Stafford
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/456   17 January 1924
Forest and Frith; sequestrators, W. Teward and J.L. Weedy
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/457   31 January 1924
Stillington; sequestrators, G.N. Palmer and P.G.H. Bune
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/458   22 February 1924
Eggleston; sequestrators, H. Adamson and J.W. Walker
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/459   11 March 1924
Witton Park; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/460   10 March 1924
Kimblesworth; sequestrators, J.T. Atkinson and J. Russell
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/461   5 May 1924
Monkwearmouth Venerable Bede; sequestrators, H. Senior and W. Howdon
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/462   25 April 1924
South Shields St Mark; sequestrators, W.D. Lovely and R.W. Adamson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/463   24 April 1924
Eldon; sequestrators, J.G. Forrest and G. Smith
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/464   31 May 1924
Hartlepool St Hilda; sequestrators, F.W. Mason and W. Coulson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/465   4 June 1924
Heatherycleugh; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/466   21 June 1924
Hunwick; sequestrators, J.P. Hudspeth and J. Bell
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/467   4 July 1924
Tanfield; sequestrators, G. Arkles and W.T. Logan
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/468   18 July 1924
Houghton-le-Spring; sequestrators, R.O. Fletcher and J.J. Longstaff
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/469   1 August 1924
Jarrow St Paul; sequestrators, W.G. Bell and W. Dunsdon
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/470   8 August 1924
Shotton; sequestrators, H.H. Lawrence and J. Scott
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/471   7 August 1924
Horden; sequestrators, J. Mallaby and J. Fletcher
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/472   8 September 1924
Norton St Mary the Virgin; sequestrators, G.G.B. Walford and J.M. Watts
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/473   19 September 1924
Durham St Margaret; sequestrators, J.W. Curren and G. Hauxwell
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/474   26 September 1924
Westgate; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/475   3 October 1924
Castle Eden; sequestrator, C. Stouchouse
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/476   7 October 1924
Eighton Banks; sequestrators, J.B. Hannington and G. Smith
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/477   10 October 1924
Hartlepool St James; sequestrators, J.T. Smith and F. Wright
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/478   8 November 1924
Sunderland St Stephen; sequestrators, J.A. Armour and T.H. Hewson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/479   19 November 1924
West Hartlepool Christ Church; sequestrators, W.G. Ropner and G.E. Miller
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/480   25 November 1924
Gateshead St James; sequestrators, F.S. Rodgers and S.J. Joyce
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/481   3 December 1924
Trimdon; sequestrators, R.W. Parker and J. Coukerton
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/482   15 December 1924
South Shields St Aidan; sequestrators, G. Cowan and J. Dixon
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/483   18 December 1924
South Shields St Stephen; sequestrators, J.H. Glenny and J.C. Stenton
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/484   16 January 1925
Satley; sequestrators, G.L. Butterfield and J. Lowes
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/485   23 February 1925
Muggleswick; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/486   5 March 1925
Whickham; sequestrators, R.W. Glass and J.T. Atkinson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/487   5 March 1925
Winston; sequestrators, J.C. Forster and F. Davey
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/488   26 February 1925
Gainford; sequestrators, F. Lax, P. Cathrick, F.W. Beadon and R.H. Goleston
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/489   8 April 1925
Gateshead Holy Trinity; sequestrators, W. Watson and W.C. Thompson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/490   22 May 1925
Bishopwearmouth St Stephen Ayres Quay; sequestrators, J.W. Gibson and G.H. Blacklock
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/491   3 June 1925
Monk Hesleden; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/492   10 July 1925
Lynesack; sequestrators, G. Race and W. Dewhurst
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/493   19 August 1925
Annfield Plain; sequestrator, W. Armstrong
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/494   14 August 1925
Monk Hesleden; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/495   8 October 1925
Newbottle; sequestrators, R.J. Scorer and F. Routledge
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/496   5 October 1925
Hartlepool St Oswald; sequestrators, S. Holdroyd and G. Ringwood
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/497   23 October 1925
Dawdon; sequestrators, J.M. Pollock and S.T. Wilson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/498   21 October 1926
Monkwearmouth St Peter; sequestrators, J.N. Prior and J. Keenlyside
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/499   5 December 1925
Bearpark; sequestrators, T.H. Joyce and G. Inness
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/500   18 December 1925
Willington; sequestrators, J. Tweddle and H. Scott
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/501   20 February 1926
Jarrow St Peter; sequestrators, W.M. Lascelles and J.W. Thompson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/502   20 March 1926
West Pelton; sequestrators, R.G.J. Gray and W. Storey
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/503   4 April 1926
Holmside; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/504   3 May 1926
Lumley; sequestrators, R.G. Purves and W Richardson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/505   2 July 1926
Hawthorn; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/506   1 September 1926
Great Stainton; sequestrators, J. Cowley and W. Bowman
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/507   1 October 1926
Pelton; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/508   1 December 1926
South Hylton; sequestrators, Chilton and M. Jolly
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/509   7 December 1926
Aycliffe; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/510   1 December 1926
Shiney Row; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/511   2 February 1927
Castle Eden; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/512   28 February 1927
Billingham; sequestrators, J.H. Robinson and F Bell
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/513   8 March 1927
Ebchester; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/514   16 March 1927
Gateshead St Helen Low Fell; sequestrators, J. Fenwick and J.E.C. Carrick
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/515   27 June 1927
New Shildon; sequestrators, F. Micklethwait and H. Bowe
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/516   30 July 1927
Seaton Carew; sequestrators, T.H. Tilley and W.G. Liveridge
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/517   31 August 1927
Hamsterley; sequestrators, W. Jewitt and W.J. Thompson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/518   8 September 1927
Stillington; sequestrators, J.G. Dawson and H. Stokell
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/519   14 October 1927
Hart; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/520   2 November 1927
Whitworth; sequestrator, John Kirtley
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/521   1 November 1927
Spennymoor; sequestrators, J. Ogilvie and T.H. Dobson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/522   11 November 1927
Hartlepool St James; sequestrators, J.T. Smith and F. Wright
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/523   25 November 1927
Stanley; sequestrators, A. Forster and T. Middlemiss
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/524   16 December 1927
Forest and Frith; sequestrators, W. Teward and G. Collinson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/525   23 December 1927
Redmarshall; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/526   3 January 1928
Longnewton; sequestrators, R.W. Todd and J. Wade
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/527   12 January 1928
Norton St Michael and All Angels; sequestrators, J.W. Atkinson and J.R. Pratt
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/528   3 January 1928
Sockburn; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/529   3 February 1928
Hamsteels; sequestrators, W. Taylorson and F. Hill
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/530   6 February 1928
Gateshead Fell; sequestrators, J.M. Orwin and G. Scofield
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/531   17 March 1928
Waterhouses; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/532   28 March 1928
Lynesack; sequestrators, W. Dewhurst and G. Race
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/533   9 May 1928
Stockton-on-Tees St Thomas; sequestrators, J.C. Badcock and H.H. Thompson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/534   8 May 1928
West Rainton; sequestrators, Mrs. A.S. Hope and James Lackey
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/535   12 June 1928
Etherley; sequestrators, C.G.S. Balmer and J.C. Hampson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/536   5 July 1928
Esh; sequestrators, J.W. Rutter and M. King
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/537   29 June 1928
Sunderland; sequestrators, W. Jones and T.H. Rock
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/538   26 July 1928
Jarrow Grange Christ Church; sequestrators, R. Brewis and J.V. Berry
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/539   20 September 1928
Stanley; sequestrators, A. Forster and T. Middlemiss
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/540   29 September 1928
Burnopfield; sequestrators, R. Davis and W. Braidford
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/541   12 October 1928
Heatherycleugh; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/542   12 October 1928
Felling Christ Church; sequestrators, S. Dent and J.G. Ritchie
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/543   10 October 1928
Brandon; sequestrators, J. Hall and W. Richardson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/544   1 November 1928
Norton St Mary the Virgin; sequestrators, A.A.B. Walford and J.M. Walls
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/545   26 November 1928
Heworth St Mary; sequestrators, G.R. Robson and B. Cook
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/546   6 December 1928
Shincliffe; sequestrator, A.A. Luxmoore
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/547   20 December 1928
Sunderland St Hilda; sequestrators, J.W. Robinson and H.A. French
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/548   15 January 1929
Evenwood; sequestrators, Thomas Pattison and J.H. Nutter
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/549   2 February 1929
Stockton-on-Tees Holy Trinity; sequestrators, H. Pattison and G.G. Jeynes
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/550   22 February 1929
Consett; sequestrators, G. Robinson and J. Peirson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/A/551   27 February 1929
Hendon St Barnabas; sequestrators, J. Hope and A. Sigsworth
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/352   26 February 1929
Shadforth; sequestrators, J.R. Wittingham and A.E. Chapman
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/353   9 April 1929
Monkwearmouth St Andrew; sequestrators, John Priestman and F.G. Henley
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/354   22 January 1929
Durham St Oswald; sequestrators, E. Potts and T. Coates
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/355   20 April 1929
South Shields Holy Trinity; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/356   6 May 1929
Swalwell; sequestrators, W. Tweddle and J. Meek
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/357   2 May 1929
Hunwick; sequestrators, N. Readman and J. Bell
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/358   31 May 1929
Bishopwearmouth St Luke Pallion; sequestrators, W. Harrison and J. Snowdon
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/359   31 May 1929
Pelton; sequestrators, E.W. Gray and G. Soulsby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/360   3 June 1929
Gateshead Venerable Bede; sequestrators, J.W. Crosier and J.R. Smith
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/361   10 June 1929
Penshaw; sequestrators, F. Jeckell and J.W. Atkinson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/363   2 May 1929
Stockton-on-Tees St James Hardwick; sequestrators, C.W. Moore and R.M. Strachan
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/364   1 August 1929
Merrington; sequestrators, G. Holmes and R.J. Hunter
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/365   8 August 1929
Coniscliffe; sequestrators, G.T. Dent and H. Wilkinson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/366   15 July 1929
Grindon; sequestrators, R. Peacock and D. McLaren
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/367   31 August 1929
Marley Hill; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/368   31 August 1929
Durham St Nicholas; sequestrators, J.F. Holson and J.W. Eden
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/369   12 September 1929
Stella St Cuthbert; sequestrators, Robert Murray and Richard Tom Davis
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/370   2 October 1929
Winlaton; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/371   8 October 1929
Eppleton; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/372   9 October 1929
Hartlepool St Paul; sequestrators, H.L. Hogg and W. Oddy
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/373   4 November 1929
Chilton Moor; sequestrators, J. Hancock and S.S. Young
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/374   22 November 1929
Darlington St John; sequestrators, W.H. Young and F.N. Forster
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/375   18 November 1929
Gateshead St Cuthbert Bensham; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/376   22 November 1929
Hartlepool St Aidan; sequestrators, J.E. Addis and F. Smith
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/377   9 January 1930
Durham St Mary-le-Bow; sequestrators, S.M. Rowlandson and K.B. Dennison
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/378   31 January 1930
Usworth Holy Trinity; sequestrators, W.M. Middleton and T. Lowry
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/379   8 February 1930
Stockton-on-Tees St Paul; sequestrators, J.T. Lynas and J.K. Pattison
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/380   6 March 1930
Rekendyke St Jude; sequestrators, J.W. Jones and W.H. Just
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/381   23 April 1930
Evenwood; sequestrators, T. Pattison and W. Dunn
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/382   6 May 1930
South Hylton; sequestrators, G.W. Watson and F.S. Miles
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/383   7 May 1930
Hamsterley; sequestrators, W. Jewitt and J. Knaggs
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/384   13 May 1930
Sunderland All Saints; sequestrators, T.K. Ness and W. Wakefield
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/385   2 July 1930
Castle Eden; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/386   13 August 1930
Darlington St James; sequestrators, Cyril Nicholson and E.M. Hall
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/387   19 August 1930
Hebburn St Cuthbert; sequestrators, J.G. Lomax and J. Gibson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/388   26 August 1930
Eighton Banks; sequestrators, Gilbert Thompson and G.R. Ward
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/389   9 September 1930
Sedgefield; sequestrators, Robert Matthew Winn and David Preston
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/390   11 September 1930
[parish illegible]; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/391   1 October 1930
Tudhoe Grange; sequestrators, E. Blair and T.W. Marley
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/392   8 October 1930
Eldon; sequestrators, Charles Gittins and John G. Forrest
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/393   1 December 1930
Pelton; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/394   7 January 1931
Hendon St Ignatius; sequestrators, G.P. Sheridan and G.S. Heslop
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/395   3 January 1931
Dinsdale with Sockburn; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/396   7 January 1931
Sunderland Christ Church; sequestrators, R.G. Aird and F.L. Pickersgill
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/397   24 January 1931
Darlington St Hilda; sequestrators, W.H. Baker and A. Hall
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/398   24 January 1931
Southwick Holy Trinity; sequestrators, J.G. Hall and H. Carr
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/399   8 March 1931
Belmont; sequestrators, W. Lowe and T.G. Venner
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/400   24 March 1931
Hendon St Barnabas; sequestrators, G. Sigsworth and J. Hope
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/401   27 March 1931
Crook; sequestrators, T.D. Buston, F. Linton and J.H. Machell
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/402   2 April 1931
Bishopwearmouth St Luke Pallion; sequestrators, William Harrison and Joseph Snowdon
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/403   12 March 1931
Witton Park; sequestrators, George Plummer and William Hillary
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/404   2 May 1931
Gateshead Fell; sequestrators, Ralph Coulson and Claude Martin
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/405   3 July 1931
Auckland St Peter; sequestrators, A.A. Ashton and T. Bainbridge
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/406   2 July 1931
South Shields St Simon; sequestrators, W.H. Marley and W.G. Young
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/407   4 August 1931
Eastgate All Saints; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/408   16 September 1931
Grindon; sequestrators, D. McLaren and T.W. Swinbank
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/409   16 September 1931
South Shields Holy Trinity; sequestrators, T. Batey and J.L. Leydell
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/410   1 October 1931
Darlington St Matthew; sequestrators, A. Booth and J.T. Park
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/411   3 November 1931
Sacriston; sequestrators, R.J. Scorer and J.R. Guest
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/412   14 November 1931
West Rainton; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/413   7 December 1931
Deaf Hill; sequestrators, J.V. Carter and C. Fenwick
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/414   11 January 1932
Middleton in Teesdale; sequestrators, R. Pierse and T. Robson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/415   25 January 1932
Bishopwearmouth St Mary Magdalene Millfield; sequestrators, C. Gooderick and C.G.L. Sieg
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/416   4 July 1932
Holmside; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/417   5 August 1932
Bishopwearmouth St Luke Pallion; sequestrators, W. Harrison and J. Snowdon
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/418   3 October 1932
Felling Christ Church; sequestrators, W.S.T. Briggs and Robert Gray
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/419   11 October 1932
Hebburn St John; sequestrators, W.T. Newlands and Thomas Batey
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/420   28 November 1932
Great Stainton; sequestrators, John Cowley and W. Bowmand
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/421   9 November 1932
Hendon St Paul; sequestrators, G.W. Glendenning and S. Hubbard
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/421A   28 October 1932
Bishopton; sequestrators, H.W. Mills and W. Robson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/422   16 December 1932
Witton-le-Wear; sequestrators, C.C. Tymms and W.D. Rudyard
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/423   16 December 1932
Seaton Carew; sequestrators, P.L.N. Hall and W.G. Loveridge
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/424   31 December 1932
Sunnybrow; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/425   5 January 1933
Seaham; sequestrators, W.G. Ellis and B.M. Brough
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/426   16 January 1933
Gateshead St Edmund; sequestrators, W.H. Joleason and J.W. Peacock
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/427   5 February 1933
Hartlepool Holy Trinity; sequestrators, Thomas James Groves and Alfred Greathead
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/428   5 April 1933
Bishop Middleham; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/429   6 April 1933
Monkwearmouth Venerable Bede; sequestrators, D. Holmes and H. Senior
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/430   6 May 1933
Trimdon Grange; sequestrators, A.H. Harper and J. Scott
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/431   5 May 1933
Dunston Christ Church; sequestrators, Thomas Dickinson and W.G. Gibson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/432   12 May 1933
Annfield Plain; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/433   17 May 1933
Fir Tree; sequestrators, G. French and J. Webster
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/434   22 June 1933
Shildon; sequestrators, A. Robson and A. Davison
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/435   22 June 1933
Bishopwearmouth St Gabriel; sequestrators, H.G. Davison and W.G. Forster
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/B/436   11 July 1933
South Shields St Mark; sequestrators, J.J.R. Gibbison and L.W. Adamson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/431   14 July 1933
Hendon St Barnabas; sequestrators, J.W. Stephenson and A. Sigsworth
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/432   2 August 1933
West Pelton; sequestrators, H. Rewcastle and R. Hardcastle
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/433   11 August 1933
Monkwearmouth St Cuthbert; sequestrators, C. Hood and W.A. Skillings
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/434   8 August 1933
Sadberge; sequestrator, D.R. Oliver
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/435   5 October 1933
Hartlepool St Aidan; sequestrators, Frederick Smith and Cecil Hoddgson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/436   19 October 1933
Ryhope; sequestrators, John Ball Alderson and John Thompson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/437   23 November 1933
Kimblesworth; sequestrators, James Russell and Joseph Robinson Nuttall
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/438   21 December 1933
Jarrow St Peter; sequestrators, R.J. Fitzpatrick and J.W. Thompson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/439   2 March 1934
Gateshead Holy Trinity; sequestrators, J. Wilson and M.F. Hedley
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/440   18 April 1934
Monk Hesleden; sequestrators, G. Dowson and W. Johnson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/441   20 April 1934
Brandon; sequestrators, H. Emmerson and W.T. Parker
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/442   3 May 1934
Cockerton; sequestrators, W.H. Kitching, J.G. Hebdon and W.F. Cosgrave
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/443   3 May 1934
Bishopwearmouth St Andrew Deptford; sequestrator, E. Jackson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/444   29 May 1934
Greenside St John; sequestrators, M. Swinburne, R.J. Greener and F.H. Jackson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/445   15 June 1934
Birtley; sequestrators, J.W. Willis, J.E. Lowther and F.H. Jackson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/446   8 May 1934
Bishopwearmouth St Michael; sequestrators, G.R. Blount, E. Jackson and G.R. Murford
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/447   13 May 1934
Castleside; sequestrators, A.H. Dedicott, W. Ellerington and F.S. Myers
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/448   20 July 1934
Darlington St James; sequestrators, Cyril Nicholson, John Ormerod and W.F. Cosgrave
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/449   15 September 1934
Escomb; sequestrators, J. Widdas, T. Robson and A.B. Parry-Evans
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/450   18 September 1934
Monkwearmouth St Andrew; sequestrators, Sir J. Priestman and Reverend E. Jackson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/451   26 September 1934
Darlington St Matthew; sequestrators, Alfred Booth, John Thomas Park and William Frederick Cosgrave
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/452   12 October 1934
Hart; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/453   19 October 1934
Muggleswick; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/454   1 November 1934
South Shields St Hilda; sequestrators, J.A. Kendle, A. Young, R.L.P. Tate and H.G. Hastings Shaddick
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/455   12 November 1934
Fatfield; sequestrators, W. Hale, H. Wilson and F.H. Jackson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/456   1 December 1934
South Hylton; sequestrators, F.J. Miler, J.W. Watson and E. Jackson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/457   13 December 1934
Tow Law; sequestrators, Roland R. Heslop and A.R. Dolphin
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/458   28 December 1934
Durham St Cuthbert; sequestrators, F.E. Modral, Andrew Hope and A.B.G. Lillingston
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/459   8 January 1935
Jarrow Grange Christ Church; sequestrators, W.S. Pigg, P.G. Burlson and H.G.H. Shaddick
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/460   8 January 1935
Wolsingham; sequestrators, E.B. Downie, G.R. Robson, R. Pickering and A.R. Dolphin
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/461   22 January 1935
Egglescliffe; sequestrators, A.B. Woolston, B.S. James and G.W. Froggatt
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/462   31 January 1935
Elwick Hall; sequestrators, E. Sample, R.W. Appleton and H.J. Poole
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/463   21 February 1935
South Shields St Oswin; sequestrators, A.A.W. Evans, J. Hindmarsh and H.G.H. Shaddick
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/464   1 March 1935
Barnard Castle; sequestrators, E.R.H. Holmes, R. Brown and R.G. Ledgard
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/465   14 March 1935
Eighton Banks; sequestrators, E.A. Ward, L.H. Clough and H.S. Stephenson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/466   13 March 1935
Satley; sequestrators, E. Walker, J. Anderson and A.R. Dolphin
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/467   10 May 1935
Preston-on-Tees All Saints; sequestrators, C. Rutherford, H. Garbutt and G.W. Froggatt
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/468   13 May 1935
Trimdon; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/469   22 May 1935
South Shields St Stephen; sequestrators, J.E. Ingham, J.H. Pudberry and H.G.H. Shaddick
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/470   15 May 1935
Esh; sequestrators, J.W. Rutter and Matthew King
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/471   21 June 1935
South Shields St Francis; sequestrators, John Oley, T.H. Oley and H.G.H. Shaddick
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/472   2 July 1935
Tudhoe; sequestrators, T.E. Watson, R. Lowrie and G.B. Parry-Evans
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/473   2 August 1935
Darlington St Cuthbert; sequestrators, W.G. Chandler, W.E. Watson and W.F. Cosgrave
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/474   1 August 1935
Bishopwearmouth St Stephen Ayres Quay; sequestrators, J.W. Gibson, G.H. Blacklock and E. Jackson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/475   27 September 1935
Sacriston; sequestrators, M. White, G. Henderson and A.B.G. Lillingston
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/476   27 September 1935
Dipton; sequestrators, John Hardy, W.R. Teasdale and F.S. Myers
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/477   9 October 1935
Hartlepool St Paul; sequestrators, J.T. Stanley, G.C. Flower and R.H.J. Poole
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/478   1 November 1935
Chester-le-Street; sequestrators, J.Y. Robson, J.G. Clark, S. Shepherd and R. Watson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/479   4 December 1935
Eggleston; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/480   20 December 1935
Seaton Carew; sequestrators, W.E. Loveridge, P.L.N. Hall and Robert H. J. Poole
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/481   24 February 1936
Jarrow St Paul; sequestrators, H.G.H. Shaddick, W.H. Hogg and S. Williams
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/C/482   23 March 1936
Aycliffe; sequestrators, J.F. Walker, G.E. Horton, W.R. Pickering, H.S. Shepherd, G. Outhwaite and H. Goldsmith
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/433   21 May 1936
Newbottle; sequestrators, R.J. Scorer, W. Rogerson and R. Watson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/434   8 June 1936
Eldon; sequestrators, G.W. Froggatt and R. Medd
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/435   11 June 1936
St John's Chapel-in-Weardale; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/436   14 August 1936
Wolsingham; sequestrators, E.B. Downie, R. Pickering and H. Watson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/437   5 August 1936
Darlington Holy Trinity; sequestrators, W.R. Clement, J.W. Harrison and H. Gouldsmith
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/438   15 September 1936
Castletown; sequestrators, Kearley G.E., C. Reed and E. Jackson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/439   14 October 1936
Benfieldside; sequestrators, S.P. Annandale, W.E. Westgarth and F.S. Myers
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/440   29 October 1936
Tanfield; sequestrators, A.H.P. Squance and James Atkinson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/441   20 November 1936
Whitburn; sequestrators, W.D. Allison, J. Hutchinson and E. Jackson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/442   4 December 1936
Haverton Hill; sequestrators, P.H. Robinson, J.D. Davison and G.W. Froggatt
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/443   27 November 1936
Hendon St Ignatius; sequestrators, V. Wilson, J.F. Eccles and E. Jackson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/444   3 December 1936
Hebburn St Oswald; sequestrators, R. Harding, J.F. Hay and H.G.H. Shaddick
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/465   21 December 1936
Harton; sequestrators, R.R. Lamb, G. Hardy and H.G.H. Shaddick
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/466   28 December 1936
Hebburn St John; sequestrators, G.W. Munro, G. Foxall and H.G.H. Shaddick
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/467   13 January 1937
Hartlepool St Aidan; sequestrators, G. Fawcett, J.E. Addis and R.H.J. Poole
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/468   22 January 1937
Sherburn; sequestrators, T. Clasper, T.T. Fletcher and E.W. Bolland
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/469   28 January 1937
Sunderland St John; sequestrators, G.E. Budd, R.H. Liddle and R.W. Stannard
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/470   12 February 1937
Gateshead St Cuthbert Bensham; sequestrators, G. Armoury, H.R. Parker and H.S. Stephenson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/471   12 February 1937
Collierley; sequestrators, M. Bramley, J.G. Waggell and J.S. Myers
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/472   5 April 1937
Dunston Christ Church; sequestrators, T. Dickinson, T. Swaddle and H.S. Stephenson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/473   27 April 1937
Felling Christ Church; sequestrators, R.F. Paxton, W. Headlam and H.S. Stephenson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/474   5 May 1937
Chilton Moor; sequestrators, G. Jones, T. Young and K. Watson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/475   30 April 1937
East Rainton; sequestrators, T.F. Hutchinson, H. Hutchinson and R. Watson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/476   10 June 1937
Grindon; sequestrators, D. McLaren, T.W. Swinbank and G.W. Froggatt
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/477   21 June 1937
Haswell; sequestrators, J. Kebell, O.R. Thornton and E.W. Bolland
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/478   24 June 1937
[parish illegible]; sequestrators, F. Bell, W.R. Marshall and R.G. Ledgard
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/479   8 July 1937
Haughton le Skerne; sequestrators, L.C. Watson, J. Banks, A. Feetham, W. Richardson and W.C. Jordan
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/480   25 August 1937
Thornley St Bartholomew Kelloe; sequestrators, T.H. Holder, H. Hetherington and E.W. Bolland
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/481   3 September 1937
Merrington; sequestrators, T.P. Conlon, R.H. Scurr and A.B. Parry-Evans
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/482   1 October 1937
Medomsley; sequestrators, T. Robinson, W. Gibson and P.S. Mayell
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/483   5 October 1937
Darlington St Paul; sequestrators, J.L. Pattinson, R.W. Frith and W.C. Jordan
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/484   6 October 1937
South Westoe; sequestrators, F.J.A. Winfield and G.A. Keen
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/485   5 November 1937
Hart; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/486   11 November 1937
East Boldon St George; sequestrators, J.A. Appleby and J.H. Thompson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/487   11 November 1937
Hartlepool St James; sequestrators, C.D. Walker, A. Douglas and J. Booth
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/488   11 November 1937
Hebburn St Cuthbert; sequestrators, J.G. Lomax and T.R. Johnson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/489   17 December 1937
Fatfield; sequestrators, H. Wilson, G. Forster and H.S. Wilkinson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/490   23 December 1937
Bishopwearmouth St Mark Millfield; sequestrators, T. Scott, B. Trewhitt and R.W. Stannard
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/491   5 January 1938
Castleside; sequestrators, A.H. Dedicott, H.D. Orton and R.S. Myers
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/492   10 January 1938
Stockton-on-Tees St James Hardwick; sequestrators, J. Morgan, E.F. Willis and G.W. Froggatt
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/493   20 January 1938
Monkwearmouth St Andrew; sequestrators, G.V. Nicholson, K.H. Tyson and R.W. Stannard
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/494   27 January 1938
Kelloe; sequestrators, J.T. Struthers and E.W. Bolland
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/495   4 February 1938
Tudhoe; sequestrators, E.R. Rutter, R. Lowrie and A.B. Parry-Evans
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/496   8 February 1938
Jarrow Grange Christ Church; sequestrators, J.A. Burlison, W. Gordon and A.H.P. Squance
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/497   18 February 1938
Stockton-on-Tees St Thomas; sequestrators, J.C. Badcock and H.H. Thompson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/498   8 April 1938
Gateshead Christ Church Bensham; sequestrators, J.J. Nichol, R.H. Davison and H.S. Stephenson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/499   8 April 1938
Gateshead St Aidan; sequestrators, E. Coulson, W. Narey and H.S. Stephenson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/500   4 May 1938
South Hetton; sequestrators, W.H. Coates, A. Thompson and E.W. Bolland
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/501   23 June 1938
Burnopfield; sequestrators, S.G.D. Wilson, F.G. Braidford and H.S. Wilkinson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/502   5 July 1938
Hetton-le-Hole; sequestrators, H.S. Waddle, N.T. Willis and R. Watson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/503   4 July 1938
Benfieldside; sequestrators, R.B. Allen, W.E. Westgarth and P.S. Myers
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/504   8 July 1938
Dipton; sequestrators, J. Hardy, R. Teasdale and P.S. Myers
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/505   28 July 1938
Hamsterley; sequestrators, F. Featherston Collingwood, J. Knaggs and A.B. Parry-Evans
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/506   11 July 1938
South Shields St Aidan; sequestrators, W. Taylor, G.W. Haggerston and A.H.P. Squance
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/507   25 July 1938
Hendon St Barnabas; sequestrators, J.W. Wragg, J.M. Pickering and R.W. Stannard
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/508   16 September 1938
Spennymoor; sequestrators, G.F. Richardson Boustead, S.R.F. Appleby and A.B. Parry-Evans
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/509   23 September 1938
Bishopwearmouth St Thomas; sequestrators, T. McCree, N.R. Williams and R.W. Stannard
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/510   30 September 1938
Auckland St Helen; sequestrators, R. Bowman, C. Little and A.B. Parry-Evans
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/511   3 October 1938
South Shields St Thomas; sequestrators, W.M. Lindley, J.G. Guyia and A.H.P. Squance
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/512   5 October 1938
Dalton-le-Dale; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/513   4 November 1938
Durham St Oswald; sequestrators, S. Potts, Tom Coates and A.B.G. Lillingston
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/514   2 November 1938
Cassop cum Quarrington; sequestrators, T.H. Chisholm, F. Lawson and E.W. Bolland
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/515   3 November 1938
Satley; sequestrators, G. Walker, J. Anderson and A.R. Dolphin
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/516   14 November 1938
Hedgefield; sequestrators, J.R. Little, J. Gaynor and H.S. Wilkinson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/517   9 November 1938
Heworth St Mary; sequestrators, A.W. Brown, J.B. Makepeace and H.S. Stephenson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/518   15 November 1938
Whitworth; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/519   21 November 1938
Sunderland St Gabriel; sequestrators, Fred Wilcock, K. Mackintosh and R.W. Stannard
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/520   29 November 1938
Pelton; sequestrators, T. Soulsby, K.J. Marshall and H.S. Wilkinson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/521   2 December 1938
Shincliffe; sequestrators, H. Appleton, J.A. Moody and A.B.G. Lillingston
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/522   6 January 1939
Byers Green; sequestrators, C.W. Moult, A.S. Hodgson and A.B. Parry-Evans
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/523   27 January 1939
South Shields St Stephen; sequestrators, W.M. Whale and A.H.P. Squance
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/524   2 February 1939
Bishopwearmouth St Luke Pallion; sequestrators, C. Warren, J.W. Calvert and R.W. Stannard
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/525   19 February 1939
Hartlepool St Oswald; sequestrators, W. Wallace, H.A.L. Allison and R.H.J. Poole
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/526   27 March 1939
Witton Park; sequestrators, J. Haukey, S.B. Coatsworth and A.B. Parry-Evans
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/527   21 April 1939
Hurworth; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/528   8 May 1939
Coundon; sequestrators, W. Shortland, H. Eisil and A.B. Parry-Evans
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/529   10 May 1939
Bishopwearmouth St Stephen Ayres Quay; sequestrators, J.H. Taylor, H.R. Seymour and R.W. Stannard
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/530   14 June 1939
Darlington St Mark; sequestrators, F.J. Haggett, J.R. Cuthbertson and W.G. Jordan
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/531   30 June 1939
Bishopwearmouth St Mary Magdalene Millfield; sequestrators, J.R. Reed, M. Sawyer and R.W. Stannard
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/531A   7 July 1939
Monkwearmouth St Peter with St Cuthbert; sequestrators, J.E. Prior, J.W. McKenzie and R.W. Stannard
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/532   20 July 1939
Stockton-on-Tees St Thomas; sequestrators, J.C. Badcock and H.H. Thompson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/533   28 July 1939
Gateshead St James; sequestrators, H.T. Rushford, G. Bravey and H.S. Stephenson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/534   2 August 1939
Penshaw; sequestrators, C.W.T. Layton, J.G. Scorer and R. Watson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/535   4 November 1939
Heworth St Alban; sequestrators, H.K. Hare, W. Pickering and H.H. Stephenson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/536   16 November 1939
Kelloe; sequestrators, J.T. Struthers and E.W. Bolland
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/537   1 December 1939
Sedgefield; sequestrators, R.M. Winn, J. Gourlay and D.G. Street
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/538   24 October 1939
Stillington; sequestrators, H. Stokell, W. Harper and D.G. Street
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/539   3 January 1940
Hedworth; sequestrators, N.W. Mckennon, J. Keen and A.H.P. Squance
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/540   16 January 1940
Aycliffe; sequestrators, G. Harton, F. Walker, W. Sedgewick, T. Shepherd and W.C. Jordon
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/541   5 February 1940
Bearpark; sequestrators, A. Parkinson, R.T. Minnis and A.B.G. Lillingston
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/542   8 February 1940
Jarrow St Paul; sequestrators, W.H. Hogg, S. Williams and A.H.P. Squance
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/543   6 February 1940
Dunston St Nicholas; sequestrators, V.S. Adams, H. Allcroft and H.S. Stephenson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/544   20 February 1940
Monkwearmouth All Saints; sequestrators, G. Hugill, S.H. Cooper and R.W. Stannard
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/545   23 February 1940
Evenwood; sequestrators, W. Dunn, J.W. Snowdon and R.A. Bidwell
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/546   2 March 1940
Chopwell; sequestrators, W.A. Rogerson, R.K. Hay and H.S. Wilkinson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/547   4 March 1940
Shotton; sequestrators, J. Scott, G.H. Hillary and E.W. Bolland
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/548   5 April 1940
Winlaton; sequestrators, T. Howdon, Junior T. Howdon and H.S. Wilkinson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/549   1 May 1940
Winston; sequestrators, H. Brown, T. Race and R.A. Bidwell
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/550   15 May 1940
Tow Law; sequestrators, J. Leonard, W. Milburn and G.R. Dolphin
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/551   10 June 1940
Gateshead St Paul Low Team; sequestrators, W. Rowland, J.T. Ellison and H.S. Stephenson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/552   2 July 1940
Chester-le-Street; sequestrators, J.Y. Robson, J.G. Clarke, R. Watson and S. Shepherd
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/552A   31 July 1940
Beamish; sequestrators, E. Johnson and F. Hudspith
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/553   31 July 1940
East Boldon St George; sequestrators, A.H.P. Squance, A.G. Arkless and T.T. Allen
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/554   9 August 1940
Ferryhill; sequestrators, J.W. Patterson and L.L. Welsh
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/555   31 August 1940
Penshaw; sequestrators, J.A.O. Rogers, J.A. Scorer and R. Watson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/556   31 October 1940
Seaham with Seaham Harbour; sequestrators, J.W.A. Harrison, W. Elgey and R. Watson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/557   30 September 1940
West Pelton; sequestrators, R. Hardcastle and R.W. Pringle
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/558   7 November 1940
Eighton Banks; sequestrators, G.A. Ward, J. Burrow and H.S. Stephenson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/559   12 November 1940
Gateshead Holy Trinity; sequestrators, W. Rae, S. Anderson and H.S. Stephenson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/560   17 January 1941
Wingate; sequestrators, W. Gray, W.S. Coverdale and R.H. Tillard
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/561   11 January 1946
Monkwearmouth St Peter; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/562   23 January 1941
Croxdale; sequestrators, A.S. Douglas, T. Graham and W.C. Mayne
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/563   4 February 1941
South Shields Holy Trinity; sequestrators, H. Smith, T. Thompson and A.H.P. Squance
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/564   4 March 1941
Bishopwearmouth St Hilda Millfield; sequestrators, E. Turpin and N. Casson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/565   2 April 1941
Bishopwearmouth St Michael; sequestrators, W.J. Moore and H.E. Nicholls
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/566   25 April 1941
Deaf Hill; sequestrators, Allen D. Temple, James W. Donnelly and R.H. Tillard
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/567   23 May 1941
Shiney Row; sequestrators, A. Martin, J. Atkinson and R. Watson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/568   10 July 1941
Coxhoe; sequestrators, W.R. Johnson, W. Bell and R.H. Tillard
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/569   24 October 1941
Bishopwearmouth St Peter; sequestrator, Edgar Jackson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/570   15 November 1941
Shotton; sequestrators, J. Scott and A.H. Hillery
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/571   28 November 1941
Pelton; sequestrators, R.H. Turdie and T.A. Thompson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/572   2 January 1942
South Shields All Saints; sequestrators, J. Hunter, A. McLeod and A.H.P. Squance
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/573   2 March 1942
Hedgefield; sequestrators, G.B. Reid, J. Jackson and E.R. Appleton
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/574   12 March 1942
Frosterley; sequestrators, F.W. Hurd and A.R. Dolphin
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/575   28 March 1942
Stella; sequestrators, R. Murray, R. Leighton and C.R. Appleton
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/576   1 April 1942
Staindrop; sequestrators, J.G. Galilee, T. Richardson, J.G. Driver and R.A. Bidwell
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/577   21 May 1942
Redmarshall; sequestrators, R.R. Ferguson, S. Forbes Weston and D.E. Sturt
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/578   26 May 1942
Sunnybrow; sequestrators, R.W. James, R.H. Barnett and A.B. Parry-Evans
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/579   2 July 1942
Witton Gilbert; sequestrators, B. Bailey, R. Pescod and W.C. Mayne
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/580   24 June 1942
Castleside; sequestrators, J. Tinn, M. Scott and F.S. Myers
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/581   26 August 1942
Stanhope; sequestrators, F.H. Thompson and G. Morgan
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/582   2 October 1943
Elwick Hall; sequestrators, Sample E., R.W. Appleton and P.J.H. Kirnet
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/583   10 October 1942
Eastgate; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/584   21 October 1942
Hartlepool St Paul; sequestrators, G.C. Flower and P.J.H. Kirner
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/585   29 October 1942
Houghton-le-Spring; sequestrators, G.H. Stevens and J. Hennis
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/586   2 November 1942
Heworth St Alban; sequestrators, J.H. Hedley, H.K. Hare and H.S. Stephenson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/587   10 November 1942
Gainford; sequestrators, R.H. Ealeston, T. Peacock, F.P. Catterick and R.G. Allan
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/588   7 December 1942
Darlington St Cuthbert; sequestrators, F. Fowler, R.P. Hart and H.G.H. Shaddick
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/589   2 December 1942
Easington; sequestrators, J. Hunter, T. Siddle, H.G. Raine and R.H. Tillard
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/590   11 December 1942
Collierley; sequestrators, W. Fitzpatrick, G. Blench and T.S. Myers
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/591   23 February 1943
Monkwearmouth All Saints; sequestrators, S.H. Cooper, T.H. Johnson and E. Jackson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/592   12 March 1943
Dawdon; sequestrators, H. Elliott and J. Middleton
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/593   1 April 1943
Lyons; sequestrators, J. Harrison and A. Morrison
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/594   30 April 1943
Crook; sequestrators, W. Armstrong, W.L. Burnip, J. Robinson and A.R. Dolphin
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/595   7 April 1943
East Rainton; sequestrators, T.F. Hutchinson, R. Race and A.J. Gadd
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/596   24 March 1943
Darlington St Paul; sequestrators, H. Stephens, S. Husband and H.G.H. Shaddick
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/597   4 June 1943
Hartlepool St Aidan; sequestrators, G. Fawcett, J.E. Addis and P.J.H. Kirner
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/598   8 July 1943
Hart; sequestrators, W. Darling, J. Barrone and P.J.H. Kirner
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/599   5 August 1943
Lumley; sequestrators, H. Graham, G. Anderson and C.R. Appleton
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/600   5 August 1943
Rekendyke St Jude; sequestrators, R.S. Kincaid, J.R. Hunter and A.H.P. Squance
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/601   1 September 1943
Dunston Christ Church; sequestrators, R. Patterson, H. Soulsby and H.S. Stephenson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/602   6 October 1943
Easington Colliery; sequestrators, C. Green, F. Stobart and R.H. Tillard
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/603   5 October 1943
Whorlton; sequestrators, W.R. Marshall, F. Bell and B.S. Smith
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/603A   22 October 1943
Craghead; sequestrators, W. Scott, J.R. Hutchinson and T.S. Myers
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/604   27 October 1943
Jarrow Grange Christ Church; sequestrators, M.A. Pycroft, L.J. Hobson and A.H.P. Squance
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/605   2 November 1943
Gateshead St George; sequestrators, M. Young, J.E.H. Burdon and H.S. Stephenson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/606   9 November 1943
Dipton; sequestrators, W.R. Teasdale, J. Chapelhow and F.S. Myers
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/607   8 January 1944
West Pelton; sequestrators, F.R. Ray, R.H. Dodds and M.R. Appleton
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/608   29 December 1943
Rekendyke St Jude; sequestrators, J.R. Hunter, R.S. Kincaid and A.H.P. Squance
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/609   27 January 1944
Whitworth with Spennymoor UB; sequestrators, J.F. Boustead, C.F. Meikle and G.B. Parry-Evans
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/610   5 February 1944
Jarrow St Paul; sequestrators, W.H. Hogg, S. Williams and A.H.P. Squance
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/612   9 February 1944
Greatham; sequestrators, A. McCrose, J.G. Stonehouse and P.J.H. Kirner
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/613   10 March 1944
Durham St Cuthbert; sequestrators, G.R. Mackay, F. Schofield and C.J. Thurlow
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/614   16 August 1944
Haverton Hill; sequestrators, P.H. Robinson, J.W. McIvor and D.E. Sturt
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/615   12 April 1944
Escomb; sequestrators, James Widdas and A.B. Parry-Evans
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/616   4 April 1944
Norton St Michael and All Angels; sequestrators, A.G. Crosby, A.L. Ford and D.E. Sturt
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/617   27 April 1944
Chopwell; sequestrators, W.A. Rogerson, J. Wilson and M.R. Appleton
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/617A   5 May 1944
Hartlepool St Luke; sequestrators, G.C. Crosby, A. Grainger and P.J.H. Kirner
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/618   19 May 1944
Horden; sequestrators, W.S. Dixon, G. Moody and P.J.H. Kirner
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/619   16 May 1944
West Hartlepool Christ Church; sequestrators, J. Palmer, F.O. Jackson and P.J.H. Kirner
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/620   12 June 1944
Stockton-on-Tees St James Hardwick; sequestrators, C. Rightly, J.A. Waller and D.E. Sturt
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/621   15 May 1944
Deaf Hill; sequestrators, J. Kerry, Pasquil J. and R.H. Tillard
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/622   7 September 1944
Merrington; sequestrators, R.H. Senn, C.H. Hill and A.B. Parry-Evans
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/623   4 September 1944
Tow Law; sequestrators, R.M. Heslop, E. Button and A.B. Parry-Evans
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/624   6 September 1944
Edmundbyers; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/625   19 October 1944
Belmont; sequestrator, John Booth Lazenby
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/626   8 November 1944
Boldon; sequestrators, S. Leeson, J. Greenwell and A.H.P. Squance
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/627   8 November 1944
Haughton le Skerne; sequestrators, John Banks, R.J. Dixon, A. Fleetham and W.H. Newman
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/628   3 January 1945
Lanchester; sequestrators, J. Fairbank, J.D. Thompson, J. Wilkinson and G.M. Hedley
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/629   6 February 1945
Stranton All Saints; sequestrators, A.E. Baker and T. Dale
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/630   8 February 1945
Usworth Holy Trinity; sequestrators, W. Muncaster, J. Brown and H.S. Stephenson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/631   17 February 1945
Stanf….; sequestrators, G. Morgan and J.H. Thompson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/632   22 February 1945
Bishopton with Great Stainton; sequestrators, J. Blair, W. Robson, C. Duff and F.C. Tymms
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/633   27 February 1945
Heighington; sequestrators, J. Soulsby, T.J. Gibson, J.L. Dixon, H. Sowerby and P.J.H. Kirner
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/634   22 February 1945
Bishopton with Great Stainton; sequestrators, J. Blair, W. Robson, C. Duff and F.C. Tymms
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/635   8 March 1945
Redmarshall; sequestrators, G.W. Pallin, S.F. Weston and F.C. Tymms
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/636   3 April 1945
Cornforth; sequestrators, B. Heslop, G.S. Cravie and R.H. Tillard
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/637   10 April 1945
Shincliffe; sequestrators, J.W. Vince, A.W. Pride and C.J. Thurlow
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/638   3 May 1945
Auckland St Andrew with St Anne UB; sequestrators, P.J. Loft and F. Allison
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/639   10 May 1945
Witton Gilbert; sequestrators, R. Pescod, B. Bailey and C.J. Thurlow
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/640   11 May 1945
Chilton Moor; sequestrators, M. Pratt, J.W. Terrell and A.J. Gadd
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/641   8 June 1945
Thornley St Bartholomew Wolsingham; sequestrators, J.W. Charlton and T.H. Vickers
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/642   6 June 1945
Stockton-on-Tees Holy Trinity; sequestrators, C. Robson, R. North and F.C. Tymms
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/643   5 July 1945
Eighton Banks; sequestrators, J.G. Burrow, J. Kirby and H.S. Stephenson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/644   12 July 1945
Hartlepool St Hilda; sequestrators, G.E. Carter, W.A. Smith and E.B. Adamson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/645   13 July 1945
Newbottle; sequestrators, J. Dresser, C.M. Laffey and A.J. Gadd
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/646   18 July 1945
Durham St Giles; sequestrators, B.J. Milbourne, J. Galloway and C.J. Thurlow
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/647   12 September 1945
Annfield Plain St Aidan; sequestrators, J.T. Oliver, J. Beck and F.S. Myers
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/648   12 September 1945
Tudhoe; sequestrators, H. Rigg, R. Lowrie and T.W.T. Hudson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/649   11 September 1945
Hendon St Paul; sequestrators, H. Hay, C.A. Pickering and E. Jackson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/650   27 September 1945
Sunderland St John; sequestrators, G. Todd, A. Matthews and R.S. Troop
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/651   27 September 1945
Coniscliffe; sequestrators, E. Watson, F.G. Hauxwell and P.J.H. Kirner
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/652   23 January 1945
South Shields St Thomas; sequestrators, H. Short, J. Willis and A.H.P. Squance
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/653   5 December 1945
Brancepeth; sequestrators, J.W. Coverdale, A.B. Williamson and E.J. Thurlow
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/654   6 December 1945
Hamsteels; sequestrators, A. Platt, S.W. Taylerson and F.S. Myers
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/655   24 December 1945
Witton-le-Wear; sequestrators, C.E. Tymms, E. Preston and T.W.C. Hudson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/656   3 January 1946
Eggleston; sequestrators, H. Adamson, W.J. Smith and B.S. Smith
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/657   10 January 1946
Grindon; sequestrators, T.W. Swinbank, D. McLaren and F.C. Tymms
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/658   24 January 1946
Beamish; sequestrators, W.W. Rose, J. Firstbrook and C.R. Appleton
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/659   6 February 1946
Hetton-le-Hole; sequestrators, P.S. Blunden, W. Richardson and A.J. Gadd
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/660   15 February 1946
Whickham; sequestrators, T.E. Pyle and E.R. Appleton
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/661   11 March 1946
Hendon St Barnabas; sequestrators, J.B. Wilson, N. Taylor and E. Jackson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/662   12 April 1946
Hartlepool Holy Trinity; sequestrators, F. Belt, W. Davison and E.B. Adamson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/663   9 April 1946
New Seaham; sequestrators, W.F. Clyde, D. Smith and A.J. Gadd
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/664   11 April 1946
Darlington St Hilda; sequestrators, J.W. Walker, E. Willis and P.J.H. Kirner
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/665   26 April 1946
Burnopfield; sequestrators, T.G. Braidford, S.E.D. Wilson and C.R. Appleton
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/666   3 June 1946
Collierley; sequestrators, W. Fitzpatrick, F.S. Stobbs and F.S. Myers
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/667   28 May 1946
Ryhope; sequestrators, J.B. Alderson, J. Thompson and E. Jackson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/668   14 June 1946
Gainford; sequestrators, T. Peacock, F.P. Cathrick, R.H. Edleston, R.L. Allan and B.S. Smith
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/669   8 July 1946
Frosterley; sequestrators, T. Bloomfield, W. Armstrong and L.L. Knightall
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/670   8 July 1946
South Shields St Oswin; sequestrators, J. Hindmarsh and J. Teasdale
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/671   9 August 1946
Gateshead St Chad Bensham; sequestrators, R.N. Reed, R. Tait and H.S. Stephenson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/672   9 August 1946
Sadberge; sequestrators, D.R. Oliver, F. Lister and P.J.H. Kirner
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/673   9 September 1946
Heworth St Mary; sequestrators, W. Walker, J.B. Makepeace and H.S. Stephenson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/674   17 September 1946
South Shields St Aidan; sequestrators, R. Jackson, W. Taylor and A.H.P. Squance
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/675   7 October 1946
Evenwood; sequestrators, J.W. Snowdon, C. Cree and B.S. Smith
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/676   14 October 1946
Bishopwearmouth St Gabriel; sequestrators, W. Wood, C.P. Forster and E. Jackson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/677   28 October 1946
Greenside St John; sequestrators, M. Swinburne, E.H. Greener and C.R. Appleton
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/678   4 November 1946
Southwick Holy Trinity; sequestrators, E. Ellison, H. Carr and E. Jackson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/679   8 November 1946
Monkwearmouth Venerable Bede; sequestrators, W. Barker, W. Hunter and E. Jackson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/680   22 November 1946
Satley; sequestrators, G. Walker, John Anderson and L.L. Knightall
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/681   2 December 1946
Washington; sequestrators, W. Askew, F.W. Archer and C.R. Appleton
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/682   2 December 1946
New Shildon; sequestrators, J.H. Elders, S. Ebbage and T.W.C. Hudson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/683   9 December 1946
Craghead; sequestrators, F.S. Myers, W. Scott and J.R. Hutchinson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/684   5 December 1946
Thornley St Bartholomew Wolsingham; sequestrators, J.W. Charlton and T.H. Vickers
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/685   5 December 1946
Bishopwearmouth St Peter; sequestrators, Edgar Jackson and J.F. Richardson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/686   13 November 1946
Darlington Holy Trinity; sequestrators, A.G. Goldsworthy, G.T. Watson and P.J. Kirner
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/687   5 December 1946
Hart; sequestrators, E.B. Adamson, W. Darling and E. Lockwood
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/688   5 December 1946
Sunderland St John; sequestrators, R.S. Troop, G. Todd and A. Matthews
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/689   5 December 1946
Bishopwearmouth St Stephen Ayres Quay; sequestrators, E. Jackson and J.F. Richardson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/690   5 December 1946
Gateshead Holy Trinity; sequestrators, H.S. Stephenson, W. Rae and S. Anderson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/691   5 December 1946
Bishopwearmouth St Thomas; sequestrators, E. Jackson and J.F. Richardson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/692   5 December 1946
Bishopwearmouth St Andrew Deptford; sequestrators, E. Jackson and J.F. Richardson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/693   28 January 1947
Norton St Mary the Virgin; sequestrators, F.C. Tymms, R.T. Pickersgill and J.M. Walls
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/694   5 December 1946
West Hartlepool Christ Church; sequestrators, E.B. Adamson, J. Palmer and F.C. Jackson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/695   12 February 1947
Southwick St Columba; sequestrators, E. Jackson, J.G. Baxter and T. Clark
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/696   12 February 1947
South Shields Holy Trinity; sequestrators, F.P. Ardagh-Walter, T. Thompson and S. Naisbitt
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/697   30 May 1947
Dalton-le-Dale; sequestrators, A.J. Gadd, R. Blenkinsopp and J.B. Blakelock
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/698   1 July 1947
South Westoe; sequestrators, P.F. Ardagh-Walter, S.B. Webster and E.J. Edmondson
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/D/699   7 August 1947
East Boldon St George; sequestrators, Ardagh-Walter P.F., G.A. Perry and A.C. Arkless
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/E/650   15 August 1947
Stockton-on-Tees St Paul; sequestrators, F.G. Tymms, H.S. Inman and J.H. Mackintosh
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/E/651   10 September 1947
Thornley St Bartholomew Kelloe; sequestrators, R.H. Tillard, R. Brandling and H. Hetherington
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/E/652   1 August 1947
Durham St Nicholas; sequestrators, C.J. Thurlow, J.R. Taylor and T.B. Bramwell
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/E/653   18 September 1947
Darlington St Cuthbert; sequestrators, P.J.H. Kirner, F. Fowles and D.R. Carrick
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/E/654   8 October 1947
Whitworth with Spennymoor UB; sequestrators, T.W.C. Hudson, J.F.R. Boustead and C.F. Meikle
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DDR/EJ/SEQ/2/E/655   13 October 1947
South Shields Holy Trinity; sequestrators, F.P. Ardagh-Wa