Durham Probate Records: probate bonds 1820-1839
Introduction
Contents
Arrangement
Bibliography

Catalogue

Reference code: GB-0033-DPR1/3 (part 7)
Title: Durham Probate Records: probate bonds 1820-1839
Dates of creation: 1820-1839
Extent: 4 metres
Held by: Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections
Origination: The Spiritual Chancellors to the bishops of Durham (through their Registrars)
Language: English, with some Latin

Contents

Original administrators' and executors' bonds, with some associated documents. See main DPR1 catalogue for further details on these records.

Accession details

See main DPR1 catalogue.

Conditions of access

Open for consultation.

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

Arrangement

The probate bonds were stored in date order (in two sequences), along with some documents such as renunciations or proxies which were presumably filed at the same time as the bonds. The documents were numbered by the Registry, and apparently stored on spikes or strings, the modern references incorporate the Registry numbers.

Finding aids

This list incorporates information from the North East Inheritance (NEI) database relating to these records. However, the online NEI database at http://familyrecords.dur.ac.uk/nei/data/ will generally be found more helpful for research using the probate records, as it can be searched by person, place, occupation and document type as well as dates of probate and of documents. All the data within this catalogue is made available through the online database.
For links to the lists for other parts of the probate bonds series (DPRI/3), see the collection level description, or use these links for the previous list and the next list.

Bibliography

For a bibliography of editions, indexes and other works relating to the probate records generally, see the Useful texts section of the North East Inheritance project pages. This includes links to online full text, where available.

Catalogue

Administration bonds 1820
Reference: DPRI/3/1820/A
DPRI/3/1820/A1/10   25 January 1820
certificate of oath; John MICHIE, esquire, of late of Spring Gardens Whitehall in the parish of Saint Martin in the Fields in the county of Middlesex
reply from the bishop of London to the bishop of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A1/1-9   25 January 1820
administration bond, penal sum £39; John MICHIE, esquire, of late of Spring Gardens Whitehall in the parish of Saint Martin in the Fields in the county of Middlesex
grant of administration to John Graham limited to the testator's interest in property in the manor of Harte

DPRI/3/1820/A1/11   21 January 1820
letter of request; John MICHIE, esquire, of late of Spring Gardens Whitehall in the parish of Saint Martin in the Fields in the county of Middlesex
request from the bishop of Durham to the bishop of London

DPRI/3/1820/A2/1   24 January 1820
administration bond, penal sum £9; Mark MIDDLETON, baker, late of Lower Shadwell in the county of Middlesex, formerly of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1820/A2/2   13 November 1819
letter of request; Mark MIDDLETON, baker, late of Lower Shadwell in the county of Middlesex, formerly of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
with certificate of oath, 4 January 1820
request from the bishop of Durham to the bishop of London; with reply

DPRI/3/1820/A3   18 January 1820
administration bond, penal sum £400; Mary JACKSON, widow, of late of Stockton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A4   31 January 1820
administration bond, penal sum £16,000; Ann LYNN, widow, of East Cross Street in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
subscribed with memorandum relating that additional security was given in 1822 (see bond 1822/A138) when the estate was revalued at under £9,000

DPRI/3/1820/A5/1-7   7 January 1820
administration bond, penal sum £9; Lionel DIXON, the younger, plumber, of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration of the goods left unadministered granted to Edward Bennett limited to land and property in Stamfordham and Hawkwell, Northumberland

DPRI/3/1820/A6/1-8   5 February 1820
administration bond, penal sum £9; John RICHARDSON, gentleman, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Thomas Moffatt limited to the intestate's interest in property at Alnwick. [This administration bond was issued in error, without knowledge of the existence of a will.]

DPRI/3/1820/A7   22 January 1820
administration bond, penal sum £200; James HILL, ship-carpenter, bachelor, late belonging to the merchant ship Backworth on her passage to the East Indies, formerly of Stockton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A8   31 January 1820
administration bond, penal sum £9; William OGLE, gentleman, of the Glasshouse Bridge in the chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle

DPRI/3/1820/A9   10 February 1820
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Thomas SANDERSON, ship-owner, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A10   15 February 1820
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ralph HUTCHINSON, gentleman, of Crossgate in the chapelry of Saint Margaret in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A11   18 February 1820
administration bond, penal sum £400; Elizabeth PALIN, widow, of Sunderland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A12/1   21 January 1820
administration bond, penal sum £200; James MILBURN, bastard or person begotten or born out of wedlock, yeoman, bachelor, of the Struther in the parish of Simonburn in the county of Northumberland. Died 12 September 1817
administration granted to George Maule of Lincoln's Inn, solicitor, for the use of His Majesty

DPRI/3/1820/A12/2-3   21 January 1820
declaration of goods; James MILBURN, bastard or person begotten or born out of wedlock, yeoman, bachelor, of the Struther in the parish of Simonburn in the county of Northumberland. Died 12 September 1817
declaration of estate value by George Maule esquire, solicitor on behalf of the king

DPRI/3/1820/A12/4   18 February 1820
certificate of oath; James MILBURN, bastard or person begotten or born out of wedlock, yeoman, bachelor, of the Struther in the parish of Simonburn in the county of Northumberland. Died 12 September 1817
reply from London to Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A12/5   10 December 1819
letter of request; James MILBURN, bastard or person begotten or born out of wedlock, yeoman, bachelor, of the Struther in the parish of Simonburn in the county of Northumberland. Died 12 September 1817
request from Durham to London to take oath

DPRI/3/1820/A12/6-8   21 July 1819
power of attorney; James MILBURN, bastard or person begotten or born out of wedlock, yeoman, bachelor, of the Struther in the parish of Simonburn in the county of Northumberland. Died 12 September 1817
power of attorney of the king's Advocate General and Procurator General to Robert Burrell, notary at Durham, requesting grant of administration to George Maule, king's solicitor

DPRI/3/1820/A12/9-11   10 May 1819
King's warrant; James MILBURN, bastard or person begotten or born out of wedlock, yeoman, bachelor, of the Struther in the parish of Simonburn in the county of Northumberland. Died 12 September 1817
warrant of Prince Regent on behalf of George lll to the Procurator and Advocate General to assert his right to the estate and nominating George Maule, treasury solicitor, to take out administration

DPRI/3/1820/A13   14 February 1820
administration bond, penal sum £12,000; Isabel ALDER, spinster, of Ryton in the county of Durham
administration granted to Elizabeth Alder, sister

DPRI/3/1820/A14   26 February 1820
administration bond, penal sum £60; George STOKLE, cordwainer

DPRI/3/1820/A15   21 January 1820
administration bond, penal sum £400; Arabella EMERSON, spinster, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1820/A16   2 March 1820
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Henry SHADFORTH, master mariner, bachelor, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1820/A17   8 March 1820
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Elizabeth BATY, innkeeper, widow, of Bishopton in the parish of Bishopton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A18   13 March 1820
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Matthew GIBSON, gentleman, of parish of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1820/A19   25 March 1820
administration bond, penal sum £40; Ralph OLIVER, tailor, of Great Chilton in the parish of Merrington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A20   21 March 1820
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; John WALTON, gentleman, bachelor, of Allergill in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A21   11 April 1820
administration bond, penal sum £150; Mary DANSON, widow, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1820/A22/1-2   11 January 1820
administration bond, penal sum £140,000; Thomas ADAMS, esquire, bachelor, of late of Alnwick in the County of Northumberland. Died 23 January 1813
Administration of the goods left unadministered granted to Thomas Naters, the executor of Alexander Adam's executor William Adams. Administration granted 11 Jan 1820 (on dorse) or 11 Mar 1820 (at foot on face).

DPRI/3/1820/A22/3-4   11 January 1820
certificate of oath; Thomas ADAMS, esquire, bachelor, of late of Alnwick in the County of Northumberland. Died 23 January 1813
reply from Quebec to Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A22/5-6   1 November 1819
letter of request; Thomas ADAMS, esquire, bachelor, of late of Alnwick in the County of Northumberland. Died 23 January 1813
from the bishop of Durham to the bishop of Quebec

DPRI/3/1820/A22/7-8   11 January 1820
affidavit; Thomas ADAMS, esquire, bachelor, of late of Alnwick in the County of Northumberland. Died 23 January 1813
oath of administrator (Thomas Naters esquire, merchant ship owner and ship master, formerly of Liverpool; afterwards of Quebec; since of the island and town of North Hero, Grand Isle, Vermont; now of the city of Quebec)

DPRI/3/1820/A23/1   23 March 1820
administration bond, penal sum £40; Samuel MABBATT, the younger, stationer, of Grays Inn in the county of Middlesex

DPRI/3/1820/A23/2-3   23 March 1820
certificate of oath; Samuel MABBATT, the younger, stationer, of Grays Inn in the county of Middlesex
from the bishop of London to the bishop of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A23/4   20 March 1820
letter of request; Samuel MABBATT, the younger, stationer, of Grays Inn in the county of Middlesex
from the bishop of Durham to the bishop of London; subsequently used as draft for letter of request to York concerning Elizabeth Rutter

DPRI/3/1820/A24   21 March 1820
administration bond, penal sum £600; Thomas WAKEFIELD, pitman, of Ayton Banks in the chapelry of Lamesley in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A25   4 April 1820
administration bond, penal sum £400; William WATSON, yeoman, bachelor, of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1820/A26   2 May 1820
administration bond, penal sum £40; Edward BONE, mariner, of Pan Lane in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A27   27 April 1820
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas GORDON, joiner, cabinet-maker, of Hartlepool in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A28   29 April 1820
administration bond, penal sum £200; Eleanor RICHARDSON, widow, of township and parish of Merrington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A29   3 May 1820
administration bond, penal sum £400; Margery LEIGHTON, widow, of Norton in the parish of Norton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A30/1-2   15 May 1820
administration bond, penal sum £20,000; John THOMPSON, tanner, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
estate revalued at £10,000

DPRI/3/1820/A31   13 May 1820
administration bond, penal sum £39; Ann BURDESS, otherwise Burgiss, widow, of South Shields in the parish of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A32   17 April 1820
administration bond, penal sum £40; Mary DAVISON, widow, of Norton in the county of Durham
administration granted to the executor of the deceased's daughter

DPRI/3/1820/A33   13 May 1820
administration bond, penal sum £900; Edward FAWCET, miner, of Brownside in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1820/A34   8 May 1820
administration bond, penal sum £100; Andrew HODGSON, master mariner, bachelor, of Crofton Mill in the chapelry of Horton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1820/A35   1 April 1820
administration bond, penal sum £100; Thomas KIDSON, weaver, of Staindrop in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A36   15 May 1820
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Thomas MANN, master mariner, bachelor, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1820/A37   22 May 1820
administration bond, penal sum £14,000; Robert SCOTT, esquire, late of Blackheath in the parish of Lewisham in the county of Kent, formerly of Shincliffe Hall in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A38   16 May 1820
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Thomas UNTHANK, ship-owner, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A39   9 May 1820
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; William WILBURN, ironmonger, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1820/A40   29 May 1820
administration bond, penal sum £900; Alexander YULE, ship-owner, widower, of Sunderland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A41   27 May 1820
administration bond, penal sum £400; Robert TAYLOR, farmer, of Knock Law in the parish of Shilbottle in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1820/A42   3 June 1820
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas YEATES, farmer, of Fairhall in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1820/A43   9 June 1820
administration bond, penal sum £200; Peter RATHBONE, [clerk], of Chester le Street in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A44   7 June 1820
administration bond, penal sum £200; Clement WOOD, tanner, bachelor, of Bishop Auckland in the parish of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A45   21 June 1820
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; George BROWNLESS, gentleman, of New Broomly Law in the chapelry of Barnard Castle in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A46   28 June 1820
administration bond, penal sum £190; Thomas SHORT, husbandman, bachelor, of parish of Whitburn in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A47   30 June 1820
administration bond, penal sum £900; John DOBSON, upholsterer, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1820/A48   1 July 1820
administration bond, penal sum £200; Elizabeth CURRAH, widow, of Crossgill in the chapelry of Garrigill in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1820/A49   3 July 1820
administration bond, penal sum £400; Robert ROBSON, farmer, of Cow Path in the chapelry of Heworth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A50/1-4   28 February 1820
administration bond, penal sum £9; Francis PEACOCK, rope-maker, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration limited to the intestate's interest in property and land at Elsdon

DPRI/3/1820/A51/1-3   29 February 1820
administration bond, penal sum £9; John STAMP, the younger, weaver, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration limited to the intestate's interest in land and property at Alnwick

DPRI/3/1820/A52   22 July 1820
administration bond, penal sum £400; William ROBSON, minor, bachelor, of Waldown in the county of Galway in North Britain

DPRI/3/1820/A53   21 July 1820
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas WOOD, tallow-chandler, of Barnard Castle in the chapelry of Barnard Castle in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A54   22 July 1820
administration bond, penal sum £400; Mary CLARK, spinster, of Stockton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A55/1-2   14 August 1820
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Stephen THOMPSON, yeoman, bachelor, of Coalburns in the parish of Ryton. Died 19 October 1816
bond given as further security

DPRI/3/1820/A55/3   14 August 1820
certificate of oath of estate value; Stephen THOMPSON, yeoman, bachelor, of Coalburns in the parish of Ryton. Died 19 October 1816

DPRI/3/1820/A56   25 July 1820
administration bond, penal sum £600; William HALL, harbour-master, of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A57   31 July 1820
administration bond, penal sum £400; Elizabeth SMITH, of Pitfield House in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A58/1   7 August 1820
administration bond, penal sum £600; Mary REAY, spinster, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1820/A58/2   29 August 1820
affadavit of sureties; Mary REAY, spinster, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1820/A59   29 August 1820
administration bond, penal sum £800; John FAWCETT, master mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A60   2 September 1820
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Frances RUDD, spinster, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1820/A61   18 August 1820
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Lionel WINSHIP, gentleman, of Cambo in the parish of Hartburn in the county of Northumberland. Died 12 June 1818

DPRI/3/1820/A62   22 September 1820
administration bond, penal sum £400; Robert HURWORTH, master mariner, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A63   25 April 1820
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Bartholomew HAIR, farmer, of Marden in the parish of Ford in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1820/A64   11 September 1820
administration bond, penal sum £600; Jane JAMESON, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A65/1-6   10 July 1820
administration bond, penal sum £9; Peniston LAMB, esquire, of Lincolns Inn in the county of Middlesex. Died 1734
grant of administration to Robert Surtees limited to the testator's interest in property at Witton-le-Wear, Hamsterley, West Auckland, Bedburn and other places; the executor's surviving executor having renounced

DPRI/3/1820/A65/7-9   15 April 1820
renunciation; Peniston LAMB, esquire, of Lincolns Inn in the county of Middlesex. Died 1734
(limited) renunciation by Peniston Lord Viscount Melbourne the executor of the testator's executor; exhibited, 10 July 1820

DPRI/3/1820/A66   25 September 1820
administration bond, penal sum £400; Mary MORDUE, spinster, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1820/A67/1-7   10 July 1820
administration bond, penal sum £9; Thomas SMITH, esquire, of Grays Inn in the county of Middlesex. Died 1805
grant of administration to Robert Surtees limited to the testator's interest in property at Witton-le-Wear, Hamsterley, West Auckland, Bedburn

DPRI/3/1820/A67/8-11   15 April 1820
renunciation; Thomas SMITH, esquire, of Grays Inn in the county of Middlesex. Died 1805
renunciation of George Smith, the surviving executor; exhibited 10 July 1820

DPRI/3/1820/A68   18 September 1820
administration bond, penal sum £600; Joseph SCAIFE, gentleman, of South Blyth in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1820/A69   19 September 1820
administration bond, penal sum £60; David TAYLORSON, labourer, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A70   4 September 1820
administration bond, penal sum £400; James HOWEY, labourer, widower, of Byewell in the parish of Felton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1820/A71   5 October 1820
administration bond, penal sum £900; Joseph ARMSTRONG, shoemaker, of Winlaton in the parish of Ryton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A72/1-2   26 July 1820
administration bond, penal sum £400; John WRIGHT, potter, of Skinnerburn Pottery in the chapelry of St John in the county of Northumberland
estate revalued at £200

DPRI/3/1820/A73   5 August 1820
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Dorothy FISH, widow, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1820/A74   30 September 1820
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; John JARDINE, farmer, bachelor, of Arkleton in the parish of Ewes in the county of Dumfries. Died 13 February 1818

DPRI/3/1820/A75   21 October 1820
administration bond, penal sum £400; Peter DIXON, smelter, widower, of Dukesfield in the chapelry of Slaley in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1820/A76   27 October 1820
administration bond, penal sum £400; James NAZEBY, master mariner, bachelor, of South Blyth in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1820/A77   28 October 1820
administration bond, penal sum £400; Nicholas HINDMARSH, publican, of North Shore in the chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne but in that part of the said chapelry which is in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1820/A78
administration bond, penal sum £900; Christopher WATSON, mariner, of Carlton in the parish of Redmarshall in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A79   2 November 1820
administration bond, penal sum £39; Robert STOKOE, pitman, of Ayton Banks in the chapelry of Lamesley in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A80   20 October 1820
administration bond, penal sum £100; Anthony HODGSON, common carrier, of Wolsingham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A81   26 October 1820
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Dinah BELL, widow, of Sunderland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A82   4 November 1820
administration bond, penal sum £900; William Whitfield GREEN, master mariner, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1820/A83/1-4   5 October 1820
administration bond, penal sum £9; John HOPPER, the younger, gentleman, of Glanton in the parish of Whittingham in the county of Northumberland. Died August 1809
grant of administration limited to the intestate's interest in property in Yardhill, Northumberland

DPRI/3/1820/A84/1-3   5 October 1820
administration bond, penal sum £9; Caleb WILSON, merchant, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
grant of administration limited to the intestate's interest in property at Bains' Lane, Sunderland

DPRI/3/1820/A85   19 October 1820
administration bond, penal sum £40; Sarah HUTCHINSON, widow, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A86   10 November 1820
administration bond, penal sum £30; John GORDON, joiner, of Bishop Aukland (Auckland) in the parish of Saint Andrew Aukland in the county of Durham. Died 4 April 1820

DPRI/3/1820/A87   30 August 1820
administration bond, penal sum £900; Alexander TYRIE, weaver, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1820/A88   16 November 1820
administration bond, penal sum £900; Isabella CHAMBERS, spinster, of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A89   25 November 1820
administration bond, penal sum £14,000; John FENWICK, gentleman, bachelor, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1820/A90   29 November 1820
administration bond, penal sum £400; Robert SMITH, cooper, widower, of township of and parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1820/A91   30 November 1820
administration bond, penal sum £39; Joseph PHILLIPS, draper, of Sunderland near the sea in the parish of Sunderland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A92   9 December 1820
administration bond, penal sum £200; Joseph HESLETON, gentleman, bachelor, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1820/A93   9 December 1820
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Philip HESLETON, gentleman, widower, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1820/A94   24 November 1820
administration bond, penal sum £600; Robert ROSS, linen-draper, woollen-draper, bachelor, of Norham in the county in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A95   13 December 1820
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Elizabeth WILKIE, spinster, late of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne, formerly of Eland Hall in the parish of Ponteland in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1820/A96   16 December 1820
administration bond, penal sum £100; Edward SMITH, yeoman, bachelor, of Kirkharle in the parish of Kirkharle in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1820/A97   16 December 1820
administration bond, penal sum £400; Mary EARSDON, spinster, of Thriston West Moor in the parish of Felton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1820/A98   19 December 1820
administration bond, penal sum £900; Richard HODGSON, cooper, of Sunderland in the county of Durham. Died 20 January 1819

DPRI/3/1820/A99   26 December 1820
administration bond, penal sum £600; Thomas BROWN, grocer, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1820/A100   30 December 1820
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Ralph HUNTER, innkeeper, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
Further administration bond 1822 number 109, 21.9.1822 (increase in value of estate)

DPRI/3/1820/A101/1   12 December 1820
administration bond, penal sum £400; John GORDON, joiner, of Bishop Aukland (Auckland) in the parish of Saint Andrew Aukland in the county of Durham. Died 4 April 1820
former administration 10 Nov 1820 revoked

DPRI/3/1820/A101/2   12 December 1820
affidavit; John GORDON, joiner, of Bishop Aukland (Auckland) in the parish of Saint Andrew Aukland in the county of Durham. Died 4 April 1820
oath relating to value of the estate

DPRI/3/1820/A102/1   7 December 1820
administration bond, penal sum £200; Elizabeth RUTTER, spinster, of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1820/A102/2-3   4 December 1820
letter of request; Elizabeth RUTTER, spinster, of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham
request from Durham to York to take oath; endorsed with confirmation of oath, 7 Dec 1820

DPRI/3/1820/A103/1-4   22 December 1820
administration bond, penal sum £9; Edward SMITH, cabinet-maker, late of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham, formerly of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration limited to the intestate's interest in property and land in the King's High Street called Sidgate, Newcastle upon Tyne

Will bonds 1820
Reference: DPRI/3/1820/T
DPRI/3/1820/T1/1   11 January 1820
will bond, penal sum £280,000; Alexander ADAMS, esquire, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 29 March 1817
administration with the will annexed granted to Thomas Naters of Quebec city, shipowner and shipmaster, the executor of William Adams, the testator's executor

DPRI/3/1820/T1/2   1 November 1819
letter of request; Alexander ADAMS, esquire, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 29 March 1817
request from Durham to the Bishop of Quebec, and various other officials of Lower Canda Province to take oath: Chief Justice, Justice of the King's Bench, Receiver General, a Member of the Legislative Council, the Joint Chairman of Quarter Sessions, and Andrew Stuart, barrister; Thomas Naters had formerly resided at Liverpool; Chateau Richer, Quebec; North Hero, Grand Isle, Vermont, USA

DPRI/3/1820/T1/3-4   11 January 1820
certificate of oath; Alexander ADAMS, esquire, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 29 March 1817
reply from Bishop of Quebec to Durham

DPRI/3/1820/T2/1   1 February 1820
will bond, penal sum £6,000; David LEE, esquire, of Norham Mains in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted by decree of court to Barbara Alder, the only child and principal legatee, the executors having renounced

DPRI/3/1820/T2/2   12 January 1820
renunciation; David LEE, esquire, of Norham Mains in the county of Durham
renunciation of Anthony Gregson and John Longhorn, executors; exhibited 28 Jan 1829

DPRI/3/1820/T3/1   23 February 1820
will bond, penal sum £900; George NESBITT, stonemason, of Bailiff Gate Street Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Catherine Nesbitt, relict and one of the residuary legatees, the executors having renounced. Mary Nesbitt and Cecilia Nesbitt, daughters and the only other residuary legatees being minors

DPRI/3/1820/T3/2-4   12 February 1820
renunciation; George NESBITT, stonemason, of Bailiff Gate Street Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
renunciation of Edward Stamp and John Nicholson, executors; exhibited, 17 Feb 1820

DPRI/3/1820/T4   26 February 1820
will bond, penal sum £1,600; Thomas PIPPET, mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Mary Pippet, relict and residuary legatee, there being no executor named

DPRI/3/1820/T5/1   7 March 1820
will bond, penal sum £3,000; Joseph ABBOTT, brazier, brass-founder, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to John Abbott, son and surviving residuary legatee, the executors having renounced

DPRI/3/1820/T5/2-3   4 March 1820
renunciation; Joseph ABBOTT, brazier, brass-founder, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
renunciation of William Murray and John Beckington, executors

DPRI/3/1820/T6   26 April 1820
will bond, penal sum £1,200; John EDMUNDS, mariner, of Sans street in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth, formerly of Sunderland in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Dorothy Edmonds, widow and residuary legatee, Christopher Kilventon the sole executor having died in the lifetime of the deceased

DPRI/3/1820/T7/1   4 February 1820
will bond, penal sum £3,000; Shafto John HEDLEY, esquire, of Shafto in the county palatine of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Elizabeth Hedley, sister and one of the surviving residuary legatees

DPRI/3/1820/T7/2   22 February 1821
will bond, penal sum £6,000; Shafto John HEDLEY, esquire, of Shafto in the county palatine of Durham
estate revalued at £3,000

DPRI/3/1820/T8/1-3   11 May 1820
will bond, penal sum £9; William WILSON, barrister-at-law, esquire, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to Joseph Hardy limited to the testator's interest in property at East Ord, West Ord, Norham and Tweedmouth

DPRI/3/1820/T9/1-4   29 February 1820
will bond, penal sum £9; Richard STROTHER, merchant, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Richard Thorpe, limited to the intestator's interest in property at Alnwick

DPRI/3/1820/T10/1-3   28 February 1820
will bond, penal sum £9; Richard CHAMBERS, house-carpenter, of town and county of Newcastle upon tyne
grant of administration to Robert Coxon limited to the testator's interest in property in the hamlet of Elsdon

DPRI/3/1820/T11   25 May 1820
will bond, penal sum £2,000; Sarah AYNSLEY, spinster, of Stamfordham
administration with the will annexed granted to Joseph Bell Aynsley and Michael Aynsley, brothers and next of kin, there being no executor or residuary legatee named

DPRI/3/1820/T12/1-4   1 January 1820
will bond, penal sum £9; William DIXON, gentleman, late of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne, formally of Wallsend in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Wilson Dobing limited to the testator's interest in property at Alnwick

DPRI/3/1820/T13   6 July 1820
will bond, penal sum £600; John SPOURS, mason, of Newbottle in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Margaret Spours, widow and relict, and Ann Spours, daughter, two of the residuary legatees; William Spours and Margaret Spours, the only other children of the deceased and residuary legatees, being minors, and there being no executor named

DPRI/3/1820/T14   8 July 1820
will bond, penal sum £400; Joseph PLACE, merchant, of Alston in the parish of Alston and county of Cumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Esther Place the residuary legatee during her widowhood, Thomas Walton and Joseph Watson, the executors having died

DPRI/3/1820/T15   17 June 1820
will bond, penal sum £39; Samuel MORROW, wagon-way wright, of Cragghead in the parish of Chester le Street and county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Matthew Bates, nephew and principal legatee, there being no executor or residuary legatee named

DPRI/3/1820/T16   27 May 1820
will bond, penal sum £2,000; Thomas AYNSLEY, farmer, of Great Bavington parish of Kirk Whelpington and County of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to James Aynsley, son, one of the residuary legatees, William Aynsley, son and residuary legatee, minor being under the age of 21 years

DPRI/3/1820/T17   29 July 1820
will bond, penal sum £400; Thomas HEAVISIDE, yeoman, of Stockton upon Tees in the county of Durham
administration granted to the brother and sister of the sole executrix and universal legatee

DPRI/3/1820/T18/1-16   28 January 1820
will bond, penal sum £9; Abraham DIXON, esquire, of Belford in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Robert Thorpe, limited to the testator's interest in property at Alnwick and Warkworth

DPRI/3/1820/T19/1   18 September 1820
will bond, penal sum £2,000; James DAVIDSON, doctor of physic, of South Shields in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Sarah Davidson, relict and universal legatee, the executors having renounced

DPRI/3/1820/T19/2   16 September 1820
renunciation; James DAVIDSON, doctor of physic, of South Shields in the county of Durham
renunciation by James Roseby and Richard Shortridge, executors; exhibited 18 Sep 1820

DPRI/3/1820/T20   11 November 1820
will bond, penal sum £900; Ann CROFTON, spinster, of Witton Castle
administration with the will annexed granted to Thomason Burlinson, sister, there being no executor or residuary legatee named

DPRI/3/1820/T21/1   1 September 1820
will bond, penal sum £900; Thomas COLLING, gentleman, of Darlington in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Thomas Walker and Christopher Jackson, guardians of the children of William Colling the elder, four of the residuary legatees; the sole executor and the other residuary legatee having renounced execution, and William Colling the elder having renounced the children's guardianship

DPRI/3/1820/T21/11   2 September 1820
certificate of oath; Thomas COLLING, gentleman, of Darlington in the county of Durham
reply from London to Durham

DPRI/3/1820/T21/2-4   23 June 1820
acceptance of guardianship; Thomas COLLING, gentleman, of Darlington in the county of Durham
Guardianship granted to Thomas Walker and Christopher Jackson; exhibited (endorsement), 11 Aug 1820

DPRI/3/1820/T21/5   14 August 1820
letter of request; Thomas COLLING, gentleman, of Darlington in the county of Durham
request from Durham to London requesting Thomas Walker and Christopher Jackson to take oath

DPRI/3/1820/T21/6-8   23 June 1820
renunciation; Thomas COLLING, gentleman, of Darlington in the county of Durham
with election of guardians
renunciation of guardianship by William Colling the elder, father of Thomas Hall Colling, Richard Hall Colling, Mary Colling and Thomas Russell Colling, residuary legatees, with their election of the nominated guardians

DPRI/3/1820/T21/9-10   23 June 1820
renunciation; Thomas COLLING, gentleman, of Darlington in the county of Durham
renunciation of Thomas Wilkinson, sole executor and residuary legatee in trust, and also of William Colling the younger, one of the residuary legatees

DPRI/3/1820/T22   20 October 1820
will bond, penal sum £200; William ELPHINGTON, son of William Elphington of Ayton Banks in the chapelry of Lamesley yeoman, of Ayton banks
administration granted, to Jane Elphington, universal legatee and administratric, with the will annexed of Nicholas Elphington, deceased, who survived, and was the sole executor and residuary legatee named in the will of the deceased

DPRI/3/1820/T23   20 October 1820
will bond, penal sum £200; Nicholas ELPHINGTON, of Ayton Banks
administration granted to Jane Elphington, legatee named in the last will and testament with codicil of the deceased, there being no executor named

DPRI/3/1820/T24   26 December 1820
will bond, penal sum £600; Robert ALLEN, shepherd, of Wooler. Died 29 November 1814
administration with the will annexed granted to Jane Allen, there being no executor named

DPRI/3/1820/T25/1   21 November 1820
will bond, penal sum £2,000; Adam Mansfeldt de Cardonnel LAWSON, esquire, of Chirton and Cramlington in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will and codicil annexed, granted to Mansfeldt De Cardonnel Lawson, son and residuary legatee for life, Mary De Cardonnel Lawson, widow, having renounced the execution of said will and codicil

DPRI/3/1820/T25/2-3   16 August 1820
renunciation; Adam Mansfeldt de Cardonnel LAWSON, esquire, of Chirton and Cramlington in the county of Northumberland
Mary De Cardonnel Lawson, renounced her executorship of the said will and codicil; exhibited 20 Sep 1820

DPRI/3/1820/T26   28 November 1818
will bond, penal sum £400; Joseph GILHESPY, farmer, of Crowhall in the parish of Cramlington and in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to, Jane Gilhespy, widow, and Joseph Gilhespy, son, the residuary legatees named, ( William Bates, the sole executor named in the will of the deceased, died in the lifetime of the deceased) .

DPRI/3/1820/T27   5 August 1820
will bond, penal sum £1,600; John FISH, merchant, of Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to John Fish, only child and administrator of Dorothy Fish, widow, who survived and was the sole executor and residuary legatee named in the will of the deceased

DPRI/3/1820/T28/1-4   31 January 1820
will bond, penal sum £9; William RUTTER, gentleman, of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to Elizabeth Ogle limited to the testator's interest in property at Newcastle St Nicholas, the executrix having died

DPRI/3/1820/T29/1-3   2 October 1820
will bond, penal sum £40; Thomas GREGSON, esquire, of Blackburn, formerly Whitchester
administration with the will annexed granted to Thomas Fenwick limited to the testator's interest in £700

DPRI/3/1820/T30/1-4   17 July 1820
will bond, penal sum £40; Elizabeth HUDSON, widow, of Whitley in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will and codicil annexed, granted to Cuthbert Ellison and Ralph Carr limited to the testator's interest in property at Gateshead and other unspecified locations in Co. Durham and Northumberland

DPRI/3/1820/T30/5   5 July 1820
letter of request; Elizabeth HUDSON, widow, of Whitley in the county of Northumberland
request from Durham to London to take oath

DPRI/3/1820/T30/6   17 July 1820
certificate of oath; Elizabeth HUDSON, widow, of Whitley in the county of Northumberland
reply from London to Durham

Administration bonds 1821
Reference: DPRI/3/1821/A
DPRI/3/1821/A1   11 January 1821
administration bond, penal sum £600; Edward HARLAND, yeoman, of Bolam in the parish of Gainford and county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A2   20 January 1821
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas HENDERSON, ship-owner, of Sunderland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A3   27 January 1821
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Michael BELL, brickmaker, tile-maker, widower, of Witton Gilbert in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A4   27 January 1821
administration bond, penal sum £98; Mark POLLARD, yeoman, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilda in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A5   3 February 1821
administration bond, penal sum £900; Isabella CARRUTHERS, widow, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1821/A6   7 February 1821
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Ralph ALDER, gentleman, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1821/A7   7 February 1821
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Anthony SNOWBALL, gentleman, bachelor, of Southwick in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A8   15 February 1821
administration bond, penal sum £120,000; William JAMES, esquire, of Deckham Hall in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A9   22 February 1821
administration bond, penal sum £100; John FLEMING, miner, of Pinfold House in the parish of Stanhope in the County of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A10   26 February 1821
administration bond, penal sum £600; George HORSINGTON, gentleman, of East Rainton in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A11   28 February 1821
administration bond, penal sum £200; John RICHARDSON, tailor, bachelor, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1821/A12   1 March 1821
administration bond, penal sum £100; George HILLS, master mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A13   5 March 1821
administration bond, penal sum £400; William CRAWFORD, gentleman, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A14   5 March 1821
administration bond, penal sum £390; John BATEMAN, saddler, of Saddler Street in the parish of Saint Nicholas in the city of Durham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A15   6 March 1821
administration bond, penal sum £400; Frances INNES, widow, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1821/A16   14 March 1821
administration bond, penal sum £600; Ralph STOKOE, shopkeeper, widower, of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A17   13 March 1821
administration bond, penal sum £8,000; John MILLER, of South Shields in the county of Durham
administration granted to James Miller, only child of John Miller, the relict having died.

DPRI/3/1821/A18   31 March 1821
administration bond, penal sum £200; James PURVIS, labourer, of Worwick in the parish of Warkworth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1821/A19/1-4   30 January 1821
administration bond, penal sum £10; Christopher Thompson MALING, esquire, formerly of Hendon Lodge in the parish of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham, late of Bedford Place in the county of Middlesex
grant of administration to Ralph Anthony Ironside limited to the intestate's interest in a £3,600 bond

DPRI/3/1821/A19/5   5 January 1821
letter of request; Christopher Thompson MALING, esquire, formerly of Hendon Lodge in the parish of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham, late of Bedford Place in the county of Middlesex
with certificate of oath, 30 January 1821
request from Durham to the magistrates of Lanark to take oath; with reply.

DPRI/3/1821/A20   19 February 1821
administration bond, penal sum £9; Thomas SEYMOUR, yeoman, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A21   23 March 1821
administration bond, penal sum £100; John SCOTT, whitesmith, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1821/A22   12 January 1821
administration bond, penal sum £100; Lionel DIXON, agent, of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1821/A23   10 April 1821
administration bond, penal sum £200; John Douglass ROBINSON, master mariner, bachelor, of Sunderland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A24   10 April 1821
administration bond, penal sum £300; Margaret NEWTON, spinster, of Ponteland in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1821/A25   14 April 1821
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; John HENDERSON, farmer, of Dunstan Square in the parish of Embleton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1821/A26   27 April 1821
administration bond, penal sum £200; William ARROWSMITH, gentleman, widower, of Sedgefield in the parish of Sedgefield in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A27   12 May 1821
administration bond, penal sum £600; Andrew ELLIOTT, master mariner, of Byker in the chapelry of All Saints in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1821/A28   9 May 1821
administration bond, penal sum £200; John GRAYDON, mariner, of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A29   9 May 1821
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Thomas WATSON, farmer, bachelor, of Broadless Gate in the parish of Middleton in Teesdale in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A30   11 May 1821
administration bond, penal sum £100; Jane WARD, spinster, of Gainford in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A31   11 May 1821
administration bond, penal sum £40; John WARD, bachelor, of Gainford in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A32   10 May 1821
administration bond, penal sum £400; William LONGRIDGE, gentleman, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1821/A33/1   11 May 1821
administration bond, penal sum £600; Harriet MOAT, spinster, of parish of Saint John, Horsleydown in the county of Surry

DPRI/3/1821/A33/2-3   11 November 1821
certificate of oath; Harriet MOAT, spinster, of parish of Saint John, Horsleydown in the county of Surry
reply from London to Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A33/4-5   5 November 1821
letter of request; Harriet MOAT, spinster, of parish of Saint John, Horsleydown in the county of Surry
request from Durham to London to take oath

DPRI/3/1821/A34/1-7   19 March 1821
administration bond, penal sum £10; Abraham DIXON, esquire, formerly of Edderstone, but late of Belford in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to John Clayton limited to Abraham Dixon's in property in the manor of Benwell

DPRI/3/1821/A35   7 June 1821
administration bond, penal sum £40; Jane TROTTER, widow, of Darlington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A36/1-4   28 May 1821
administration bond, penal sum £9; Thomas ROBSON, linen-weaver, of Darlington in the County of Durham
grant of administration limited to the intestate's interest in property called Mill Hills, on the turnpike road leading from Darlington to Barnard Castle

DPRI/3/1821/A37/1-11   28 April 1821
administration bond, penal sum £9; Abraham DIXON, esquire, formerly of Edderstone, but late of Belford in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Jasper Gibson limited to Abraham Dixon's interest in property at Lowicke and Bolsden, Northumberland

DPRI/3/1821/A38/1-4   28 April 1821
administration bond, penal sum £9; Matthew ROBINSON, esquire, of parish of Saint George Hanover Square in the county of Middlesex
grant of administration to Jasper Gibson limited to the intestate's interest in the manor of Bittleston alias Biddleston

DPRI/3/1821/A39/1   18 May 1821
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Elias TERROT, captain in his Majesty's 52nd Regiment of Foot, army captain, esquire, of Bangalore in the East Indies

DPRI/3/1821/A39/2-3   21 April 1821
letter of request; Elias TERROT, captain in his Majesty's 52nd Regiment of Foot, army captain, esquire, of Bangalore in the East Indies
request from Durham to the magistrates at Edinburgh to take oath

DPRI/3/1821/A39/4   18 May 1821
certificate of oath; Elias TERROT, captain in his Majesty's 52nd Regiment of Foot, army captain, esquire, of Bangalore in the East Indies
reply from Edinburgh to Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A40   29 May 1821
administration bond, penal sum £400; Henry PYE, farmer, of North Dissington in the parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland. Died 21 April 1821

DPRI/3/1821/A41   30 May 1821
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; William ADAMSON, farmer, of Waskerley in the chapelry of Shotley in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1821/A42   2 June 1821
administration bond, penal sum £800; James GILLESPIE, bread-baker, of Framwellgate in the chapelry of Saint Margaret's in or near the city of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A43/1   19 May 1821
administration bond, penal sum £100; Margaret WATSON, spinster, of Howick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1821/A43/2   19 March 1821
certificate of savings bank; Margaret WATSON, spinster, of Howick in the county of Northumberland
certificate of deceased's principal and interest deposited at Alnwick Savings Bank

DPRI/3/1821/A44   25 May 1821
administration bond, penal sum £1,300; Elizabeth CRAMPTON, widow, of Barnard Castle in the County of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A45   16 June 1821
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Michael DODD, farmer, of Charlton in the parish of Ellingham in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1821/A46   16 June 1821
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; George BURN, gentleman, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1821/A47   18 June 1821
administration bond, penal sum £400; Margaret ARTHUR, widow, of East Ballast Hills in the chapelry of All Saints without the walls but within the liberties of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1821/A48   27 June 1821
administration bond, penal sum £200; William PATTERSON, innkeeper, of Morpeth

DPRI/3/1821/A49   30 June 1821
administration bond, penal sum £200; George WILSON, husbandman, of Pelton in the parish of Chester le Street in the County of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A50   30 June 1821
administration bond, penal sum £200; William GREY, flour dealer, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1821/A51   25 June 1821
administration bond, penal sum £900; Richard Barkas SCOTT, master mariner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1821/A52   17 July 1821
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Mary HALL, formerly Spencer, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1821/A53/1-2   12 July 1821
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Sarah HARDING, widow, of Shield Row in the chapelry of Tanfield in the county of Durham. Died 30 September 1817

DPRI/3/1821/A53/3   12 July 1821
affidavit; Sarah HARDING, widow, of Shield Row in the chapelry of Tanfield in the county of Durham. Died 30 September 1817
affidavit of the nephew and administrator, relating to the value of the estate, and affirming no property exists within the province of Canterbury

DPRI/3/1821/A54   7 July 1821
administration bond, penal sum £40; Thomas SANDERS, mariner, of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1821/A55/1-4   30 July 1821
administration bond, penal sum £9; John LOWES, gentleman, formerly of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne , late of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Robert Dickenson limited to the intestate's interest in property at Newbrough

DPRI/3/1821/A56   25 July 1821
administration bond, penal sum £400; William Anthony POTTER, surgeon, of chapelry of St Andrews in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1821/A57/1-2   14 July 1821
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Joseph REAY, farmer, of Berwick Hill in the parish of Ponteland in the county of Northumberland
endorsed with 9 Nov 1822 memorandum relating that further security was given by the relict and administrix, the value of the estate having increased to £1,000

DPRI/3/1821/A58   14 July 1821
administration bond, penal sum £200; Widdrington BOOTIMAN, mariner, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Town

DPRI/3/1821/A59   11 July 1821
administration bond, penal sum £900; Mary ERRINGTON, widow, of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A60/1-4   22 June 1821
administration bond, penal sum £9; John ORD, gentleman, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to James Armstrong limited to the intestate's interest in property at Corsenside, Northumberland

DPRI/3/1821/A61/1-4   28 June 1821
administration bond, penal sum £9; William CUTHBERT, merchant, of late of the city of London
grant of administration to Robert Surtees limited to the intestate's interest in property at Hamsterley, County Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A62   9 August 1821
administration bond, penal sum £100; Archibald William SHERIDAN, gentleman, of Bishop Wearmouth in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A63   10 August 1821
administration bond, penal sum £400; Mary RICHARDSON, widow, of Crosgate in the chapelry of Saint Margarets in or near the city of Durham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A64   14 July 1821
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann RENNER, spinster, of Warkworth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1821/A65   9 August 1821
administration bond, penal sum £200; William WILSON, butcher, bachelor, of late of Stockton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A66/1-2   12 June 1821
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Thomas BATES, surgeon, of Wolsingham in the county of Durham
administration re-granted to Frances Bates, relict; estate revalued at £600

DPRI/3/1821/A67   18 August 1821
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert SHOTTON, gentleman, of late of Ponteland

DPRI/3/1821/A68   4 September 1821
administration bond, penal sum £200; Elizabeth TURNBULL, spinster, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1821/A69   4 September 1821
administration bond, penal sum £200; James TURNBULL, mariner, bachelor, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1821/A70   1 September 1821
administration bond, penal sum £600; William MAUGHAN, farmer, of the Holt in the parish of Haltwhistle in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1821/A71   11 September 1821
administration bond, penal sum £60; Robert TATE, pitman, bachelor, of late of Longbenton in the parish of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1821/A72   11 September 1821
administration bond, penal sum £60; John TATE, pitman, bachelor, of late of Longbenton in the parish of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1821/A73   19 September 1821
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Ann JEFFERSON, widow, of late ow Wolviston in the parish of Billingham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A74   26 September 1821
administration bond, penal sum £60; Adam TATE, pitman, bachelor, of late of Longbenton in the parish of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1821/A75   20 September 1821
administration bond, penal sum £40; John WILLIS, yeoman, of late of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A76   24 September 1821
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; John BENNETT, farmer, of late of Blyth Link House in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1821/A77/1   13 February 1821
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Lionel WINSHIP, gentleman, of Cambo in the parish of Hartburn in the county of Northumberland. Died 12 June 1818
earlier administration granted to Isabella Winship, relict, on 18 Aug 1820: estate revalued.

DPRI/3/1821/A77/2   13 February 1821
certificate of oath of estate value; Lionel WINSHIP, gentleman, of Cambo in the parish of Hartburn in the county of Northumberland. Died 12 June 1818

DPRI/3/1821/A78   15 September 1821
administration bond, penal sum £16; Mary STEPHENSON, spinster, of Old Elvet in the parish of Saint Oswald in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A79/1   3 October 1821
administration bond, penal sum £600; Henry PYE, farmer, of North Dissington in the parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland. Died 21 April 1821
estate revalued

DPRI/3/1821/A79/2   3 October 1821
certificate of oath of estate value; Henry PYE, farmer, of North Dissington in the parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland. Died 21 April 1821

DPRI/3/1821/A80   11 October 1821
administration bond, penal sum £80; William THOMPSON, tailor, of Bishop Auckland in the parish of Saint Andrew Auckland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A81   15 October 1821
administration bond, penal sum £200; Elizabeth HALES, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne but in that part of the said chapelry which is situate in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1821/A82   25 October 1821
administration bond, penal sum £40; Elizabeth DOBBING, widow, of Ryhope Turnpike Bar in the parish of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A83   25 October 1821
administration bond, penal sum £100; John MOULD, shipwright, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A84   17 October 1821
administration bond, penal sum £100; Ann ROBINSON, widow, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A85   31 October 1821
administration bond, penal sum £8,000; Thomas ANDERSON, esquire, of Westgate Street in the chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1821/A86   1 November 1821
administration bond, penal sum £200; William TODD, innkeeper, of Netherwitton in the chapelry of Netherwitton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1821/A87/1   3 November 1821
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert SMITH, overman, of Philadelphia in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham. Died 18 October 1821

DPRI/3/1821/A87/2-3   1 November 1821
renunciation; Robert SMITH, overman, of Philadelphia in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham. Died 18 October 1821
renunciation of Ann Burnip, next of kin and only other person interested in the distribution of the estate, the relict having died.

DPRI/3/1821/A88   8 November 1821
administration bond, penal sum £300; Edward Matthew HENDERSON, spirit-merchant, bachelor, of Aycliffe in the parish of Aycliffe in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A89   14 November 1821
administration bond, penal sum £200; John MACKEY, carpenter, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A90/1-4   30 October 1821
administration bond, penal sum £10; Benjamin DUNN, gentleman, of city of Durham
grant of administration to John Dunn limited to the intestate's interest in property at Fishburn, County Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A91   16 November 1821
administration bond, penal sum £100; Ann WALKER, widow, of Shire Moor in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1821/A92/1-4   16 November 1821
administration bond, penal sum £10; Henry METCALFE, the younger, gentleman, North Shields in the county of Northumberland, late of the City of Bath in the county of Somerset
grant of administration to Robert Anthony Purvis limited to the testator's property at Tynemouth

DPRI/3/1821/A93   20 November 1821
administration bond, penal sum £400; Sarah WOOD, widow, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
grant of administration to the testamentory guardians appointed by the will of James Wood, late husband of Sarah Wood, for the use and benefit of Sarah Wood, a minor, child of James and Sarah Wood.

DPRI/3/1821/A94   23 November 1821
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; John JOHNSON, bricklayer, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1821/A95   21 November 1821
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Margaret HAYANS, widow, of Westoe in the chapelry of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A96   4 December 1821
administration bond, penal sum £200; George HOPE, mason, of Monk Wearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A97   21 November 1821
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; John ROBSON, gentleman, bachelor, of Charleton in the parish of Bellingham in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1821/A98   4 December 1821
administration bond, penal sum £600; Thomas HOPE, farmer, widower, of Earsdon Moor in the chapelry of Hebburn in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1821/A99   11 December 1821
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; John ANGUS, farmer, of Broomley in the parish of Bywell St Peter in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1821/A100   13 December 1821
administration bond, penal sum £400; William WILSON, miller, of Goscroft in the county of Wolsingham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A101   10 December 1821
administration bond, penal sum £200; John CLAPHAM, yeoman, of Redworth in the parish of Heighington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A102   15 December 1821
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; John Michael LOWRY, master mariner, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth

DPRI/3/1821/A103   7 December 1821
administration bond, penal sum £200; Mary PEARSON, of Felling in the parish of Jarrow in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A104/1   6 December 1821
administration bond, penal sum £100; John DIXON, shoemaker, bachelor, of Plessey in the parish of Stannington in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1821/A104/2-3   20 December 1821
letter of request; John DIXON, shoemaker, bachelor, of Plessey in the parish of Stannington in the county of Northumberland
request from Durham to magistrates of City of Edinburgh to take oath

DPRI/3/1821/A104/4   6 December 1821
certificate of oath; John DIXON, shoemaker, bachelor, of Plessey in the parish of Stannington in the county of Northumberland
reply from magistrates of the City of Edinburgh to Durham

DPRI/3/1821/A105/1-3   24 December 1821
administration bond, penal sum £10; Henry REAY, merchant, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to George Willis limited to the intestate's interest in property at Westgate, Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1821/A106   22 November 1821
administration bond, penal sum £10; William ROBINSON, yeoman, bachelor, of City of Durham

Will bonds 1821
Reference: DPRI/3/1821/T
DPRI/3/1821/T1/1   17 March 1821
will bond, penal sum £900; Isaac RICHARDSON, master mariner, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
administration granted to the brother and niece of the relict, the sole executrix and universal legatee, who had died

DPRI/3/1821/T1/2   17 March 1821
certificate of oath of estate value; Isaac RICHARDSON, master mariner, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/T2/1   4 January 1821
will bond, penal sum £1,200; Robert LUMLEY, gentleman, of Wolviston in the county of Durham
administration granted to daughter and residuary legatee, the executors having renounced

DPRI/3/1821/T2/2-3   20 December 1820
renunciation; Robert LUMLEY, gentleman, of Wolviston in the county of Durham
renunciation by the executors in favour of the daughter.

DPRI/3/1821/T3/1-7   8 January 1821
will bond, penal sum £9; Joseph GREY, alderman, of the City of Durham
grant of administration to George Embleton limited to the testator's interest in property at Preston upon Skerne, Aycliffe, County Durham.

DPRI/3/1821/T4   27 January 1821
will bond, penal sum £230; John BROWN, weaver, of Wolsingham in the county of Durham
widow and sole executrix deceased, widow's executor named as administrator.

DPRI/3/1821/T5   26 February 1821
will bond, penal sum £1,200; Anna AIREY, spinster, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to the executors of the sister, sole executrix and universal legatee

DPRI/3/1821/T6/1-8   14 April 1821
will bond, penal sum £9; Henry COLLINGWOOD, esquire, of Cornhill in the county of Durham
grant of administration to William Pringle limited to the testator's interest in property at Snitter and Carlington in the parish of Rothbury.

DPRI/3/1821/T7   10 April 1821
will bond, penal sum £10; James WHITEHEAD, yeoman, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
administration granted by decree of court to William Robe, creditor, the sole executor having refused to act

DPRI/3/1821/T8   4 April 1821
will bond, penal sum £10; Jane Body Hare CHALLONER, wife of Edward Challoner, master mariner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
husband appointed administrator, there being no executor or residuary legatee named; endorsed with certificate of oath, 2 Apr 1821

DPRI/3/1821/T9/1   31 March 1821
will bond, penal sum £400; John WEIR, farmer, of Spring Hill near Tweedmouth in the county palatine of Durham
relict appointed administrix, the sole executor named in the will having renounced and the other legatees did not object in court to the relict 's appointment.

DPRI/3/1821/T9/2-3   20 January 1821
renunciation; John WEIR, farmer, of Spring Hill near Tweedmouth in the county palatine of Durham

DPRI/3/1821/T10   28 March 1821
will bond, penal sum £4,000; Elizabeth HAGON, widow, of South Shields in the county of Durham
son and daughters named as executors, the executors having died (one in the lifetime of the deceased, the other since)

DPRI/3/1821/T11/1   21 March 1821
will bond, penal sum £200; Thomas CHARLTON, mason, of Gateshead in the county of Durham. Died 3 January 1821
administration granted to the two daughters, residuary legatees, (a grand daughter the other residuary legatee being a minor), the executors having renounced

DPRI/3/1821/T11/2-3   13 February 1821
renunciation; Thomas CHARLTON, mason, of Gateshead in the county of Durham. Died 3 January 1821
renunciation by the excutors; exhibited 19 Feb 1821

DPRI/3/1821/T12/1-3
will bond, penal sum £9; William JEPSON, gentleman, of Heighington in the county of Durham
grant of administration to John Griffith limited to the testator's interest in property at Walworth, in the parish of Heighington, County Durham.

DPRI/3/1821/T13/1-4   15 June 1821
will bond, penal sum £9; Henry NOWELL, gentleman, of Grays Inn in the county of Middlesex
grant of administration to Thomas Smith limited to the testator's interest in the manor of East Duddoe and Hepscotte in Northumberland.

DPRI/3/1821/T13/5   1 July 1821
will bond, penal sum £8,000; John PEVERALL, gentleman, of Stockton in the county of Durham
bond in favour of the residuary legatee for life, the executors having renounced. Estate revalued at £4,000

DPRI/3/1821/T13/6-7   7 June 1821
renunciation; John PEVERALL, gentleman, of Stockton in the county of Durham
renunciation by the executors; exhibited 18 June 1821

DPRI/3/1821/T14   18 June 1821
will bond, penal sum £5,000; John PEVERALL, gentleman, of Stockton in the county of Durham
grant to the residuary legatee for life, the executors having renounced.

DPRI/3/1821/T15   26 June 1821
will bond, penal sum £600; Thomas DRYDEN, schoolmaster, of South Shields in the parish of Jarrow and county of Durham
bond in favour of the relict and residuary legatee, the executors named in the will having renounced.

DPRI/3/1821/T16   19 May 1821
will bond, penal sum £400; William CARRUTHERS, customs officer, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to Mary Barron, cousin german of the relict sole executrix and residuary legatrix of the deceased

DPRI/3/1821/T17/1   14 May 1821
will bond, penal sum £400; Richard MAXSON, gentleman, of Harrogate in the Parish of Haughton in the county of Durham
bond in favour of the relict and only legatee [sic], the executors having renounced and the son and residuary legatee having been cited

DPRI/3/1821/T17/2-3   31 July 1820
renunciation; Richard MAXSON, gentleman, of Harrogate in the Parish of Haughton in the county of Durham
renunciation by one of the executors named in the will.

DPRI/3/1821/T17/4-5   19 August 1820
renunciation; Richard MAXSON, gentleman, of Harrogate in the Parish of Haughton in the county of Durham
renunciation by one of the executors named in the will.

DPRI/3/1821/T18   18 June 1821
will bond, penal sum £200; William BECKWITH, of Stockton in the county of Durham
grant of administration to the relict, there being no executor or residuary legatee named in the will or codicil.

DPRI/3/1821/T19/1   4 July 1821
will bond, penal sum £100; John ROBSON, journeyman, butcher, widower, of Shakespeare walk in the parish of St Paul Shadwell in the County of Middlesex
bond in favour of the first cousin, the sole executor and universal legatee having renounced.

DPRI/3/1821/T19/2-3   24 November 1819
renunciation; John ROBSON, journeyman, butcher, widower, of Shakespeare walk in the parish of St Paul Shadwell in the County of Middlesex
renunciation by the sole executor and universal legatee

DPRI/3/1821/T20/1   24 August 1821
will bond, penal sum £400; John RAMSAY, colliery viewer, of Shield Row in the Chapelry of Tanfield in the county of Durham. Died 5 September 1818
grant to relict and residuary legatee, one of the executors having died without completing administration of the will, the other executor having renounced.

DPRI/3/1821/T20/2   21 August 1821
certificate of estate value; John RAMSAY, colliery viewer, of Shield Row in the Chapelry of Tanfield in the county of Durham. Died 5 September 1818

DPRI/3/1821/T21/1   29 August 1821
will bond, penal sum £400; James RICHARDSON, gentleman, of Snitter in the parish of Rothbury in the county of Northumberland
grant in favour of the son and residuary legatee, the executors named in the will having renounced.

DPRI/3/1821/T21/2-3   6 July 1821
renunciation; James RICHARDSON, gentleman, of Snitter in the parish of Rothbury in the county of Northumberland
renunciation by the executors named in the will.

DPRI/3/1821/T22/1   3 July 1821
will bond, penal sum £400; James TURNBULL, publican, victualler, of Church Way near North Shields in the Parish of Tynemouth in the County of Northumberland
administration granted to the sole executor of the relict of the deceased, the surviving executor named in the will having renounced.

DPRI/3/1821/T22/2-3   23 June 1821
renunciation; James TURNBULL, publican, victualler, of Church Way near North Shields in the Parish of Tynemouth in the County of Northumberland
renunciation by the surviving executor named in the will.

DPRI/3/1821/T23/1   24 June 1821
will bond, penal sum £3,000; Marmaduke FORSTER, admiralty midshipman of H.M.S. Euryalus, royal navy midshipman, of His Majesty's Ship Euryalus
grant of administration to the mother and grandfather of the sole legatee, a (minor) nephew of the deceased, there being no executor named in the will; the deceased's brother was then a major serving in the 38th Regiment of Foot at the Cape of Good Hope

DPRI/3/1821/T23/2   24 August 1821
affidavit; Marmaduke FORSTER, admiralty midshipman of H.M.S. Euryalus, royal navy midshipman, of His Majesty's Ship Euryalus
affidavit relating that the brother of the deceased is serving at the Cape of Good Hope

DPRI/3/1821/T23/3-4   4 August 1821
acceptance of guardianship; Marmaduke FORSTER, admiralty midshipman of H.M.S. Euryalus, royal navy midshipman, of His Majesty's Ship Euryalus
acceptance of curation by the mother and grandfather of the sole legatee

DPRI/3/1821/T23/5   24 August 1821
certificate of oath; Marmaduke FORSTER, admiralty midshipman of H.M.S. Euryalus, royal navy midshipman, of His Majesty's Ship Euryalus
reply from Winchester to Durham

DPRI/3/1821/T23/6-7   14 August 1821
letter of request; Marmaduke FORSTER, admiralty midshipman of H.M.S. Euryalus, royal navy midshipman, of His Majesty's Ship Euryalus
request from Durham to Winchester to take oath

DPRI/3/1821/T24/1   20 September 1821
will bond, penal sum £600; Mary PARKIN, widow, of Staindrop in the county of Durham. Died 16 July 1817
grant of administration to the nephew and one of the residuary legatees, the will left unadministered by the executors named in the will who have since deceased.

DPRI/3/1821/T24/2   20 September 1821
oath of the value of estate; Mary PARKIN, widow, of Staindrop in the county of Durham. Died 16 July 1817

DPRI/3/1821/T25/1   4 September 1821
will bond, penal sum £4,000; Philip HESLETON, ship-owner, of Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to the sister, the executors named in the will having renounced.

DPRI/3/1821/T25/2   25 August 1821
renunciation; Philip HESLETON, ship-owner, of Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
renunciation by the executors named in the will.

DPRI/3/1821/T26   27 September 1821
will bond, penal sum £400; Margaret HARBART, widow, of South Shore Gateshead in the county of Durham
grant of administration to the daughters, there being no executors named in the will.

DPRI/3/1821/T27/1   6 October 1821
will bond, penal sum £200; William WALTON, cartwright, of Stockton in the county of Durham
substitution of the daughter and her husband as residuary legatees to administer the will, the executors having renounced

DPRI/3/1821/T27/2   25 September 1821
renunciation; William WALTON, cartwright, of Stockton in the county of Durham
renunciation by the widow and executors named in the will.

DPRI/3/1821/T28   3 November 1821
will bond, penal sum £900; James JOHNSTONE, of Parish of All Saints town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 31 May 1807
grant of administration to the nephew, the deceased's brother named in the will as the sole executor died with the will left unadministered, and the other residuary legatee for life also deceased.

DPRI/3/1821/T29/1   5 November 1821
will bond, penal sum £200; Jacob JOHNSON, butcher, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to the relict, the two executors named in the will having renounced.

DPRI/3/1821/T29/2-3   2 November 1821
renunciation; Jacob JOHNSON, butcher, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
renunciation by the executors named in the will.

DPRI/3/1821/T30   17 November 1821
will bond, penal sum £200; William ATKINSON, farmer, of Washington in the county of Durham
grant of administration to the relict and residuary legatee, the executors named in the will having renounced.

DPRI/3/1821/T31/1   16 November 1821
will bond, penal sum £20; Mary ROWE, widow, of Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to the widow, the surviving executor named in the will having renounced.

DPRI/3/1821/T31/2-3   13 November 1821
renunciation; Mary ROWE, widow, of Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
renunciation by the executor named in the will.

DPRI/3/1821/T32   28 December 1821
will bond, penal sum £900; Thomas ATKINSON, farmer, of Rock South Farm in the Parish of Embleton in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to the relict and residuary legatee during her widowhood, there being no executor named in the will.

Administration bonds 1822
Reference: DPRI/3/1822/A
DPRI/3/1822/A1   4 January 1822
administration bond, penal sum £600; Robert LIDDLE, farmer, of Byker Hill in the chapelry of All Saints in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1822/A2   4 January 1822
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Philip HESLETON, gentleman, widower, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted for goods left unadministered

DPRI/3/1822/A3   4 January 1822
administration bond, penal sum £900; Robert HALL, cordwainer, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A4   9 January 1822
administration bond, penal sum £400; John MANNERS, sail-maker, of Bouth Blyth in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1822/A5   18 January 1822
administration bond, penal sum £400; Luke WEATHERBURN, farmer, widower, of Nuns hill in the parish of Whalton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1822/A6   23 January 1822
administration bond, penal sum £200; Elizabeth AKROYD, of Halgarth Street in the parish of Saint Oswald in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A7   11 January 1822
administration bond, penal sum £900; Joseph SWINBURNE, cabinet-maker, of Stockton in the parish of Stockton

DPRI/3/1822/A8/1   24 January 1822
administration bond, penal sum £7,000; John CUNNINGHAM, the elder, ship-owner, gentleman, of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland. Died 16 October 1812

DPRI/3/1822/A8/2   24 January 1822
certificate of oath of estate value; John CUNNINGHAM, the elder, ship-owner, gentleman, of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland. Died 16 October 1812

DPRI/3/1822/A9   17 January 1822
administration bond, penal sum £200; John CLARK, miller, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1822/A10   17 January 1822
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas CLARK, miller, of Whickham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A11   17 January 1822
administration bond, penal sum £200; William WILSON, miller, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1822/A12   17 January 1822
administration bond, penal sum £200; Matthew WILSON, sinker of collieries, sinker, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1822/A13   11 January 1822
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Lionel WINSHIP, gentleman, of Cambo in the parish of Hartburn in the county of Northumberland. Died 12 June 1818
revaluation of estate

DPRI/3/1822/A14   5 February 1822
administration bond, penal sum £600; John WATSON, farmer, of Esh Green in the parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A15   2 February 1822
administration bond, penal sum £400; George MANNERS, yeoman, of Coundon in the parish of Saint Andrew Auckland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A16   29 January 1822
administration bond, penal sum £200; Matthew WILSON, the younger, miller, of Byker Hill Mill in the parish of Long Benton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1822/A17   4 February 1822
administration bond, penal sum £200; George RICHARDSON, plumber, glazier, of Barnard Castle in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A18   9 February 1822
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Richard UNTHANK, the younger, ship-owner, of Heworth in the chapelry of Heworth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A19   7 February 1822
administration bond, penal sum £200; Nicholas YOUNG, ship-chandler, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1822/A20   12 February 1822
administration bond, penal sum £200; William DODDS, shoemaker, of Camboise in the parish of Bedlington

DPRI/3/1822/A21   12 February 1822
administration bond, penal sum £900; Richard EMERSON, gentleman, of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A22   11 February 1822
administration bond, penal sum £200; George TURNBULL, gentleman, of Stockton

DPRI/3/1822/A23   13 February 1822
administration bond, penal sum £400; George WILSON, shipwright, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A24   15 February 1822
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Elizabeth HERRING, widow, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A25   15 February 1822
curation bond, penal sum £3,000; James WOOD, doctor of physic, widower, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1822/A26   15 February 1822
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; James WOOD, doctor of physic, widower, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1822/A27/1   16 February 1822
administration bond, penal sum £200; Joseph HUDSON, master mariner, widower, late of Charleston in the state of South Carolina in the United States of North America, formerly of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 1817

DPRI/3/1822/A27/2-5   14 February 1822
power of attorney; Joseph HUDSON, master mariner, widower, late of Charleston in the state of South Carolina in the United States of North America, formerly of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 1817
The three children of the intestate all live in Charleston, USA. They have requested that John Marshall and Thomas Small both of Alnwick, Northumberland, be appointed to appear in their place and stead.

DPRI/3/1822/A28   22 February 1822
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Joseph WALKER, yeoman, widower, of Ederley in the parish of Saint Andrew Auckland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A29   21 February 1822
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Michael WATSON, grocer, bachelor, of Sunderland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A30   18 February 1822
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ralph TAYLOR, joiner, of Norton in the parish of Norton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A31   16 February 1822
administration bond, penal sum £200; James GIBSON, millwright, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A32/1   2 February 1822
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; Robert DAND, esquire, bachelor, of Gloster Hill in the parish of Warkworth in the county of Northumberland. Died February 1821
administration granted to James Dand, brother.

DPRI/3/1822/A32/2-3   15 January 1822
renunciation; Robert DAND, esquire, bachelor, of Gloster Hill in the parish of Warkworth in the county of Northumberland. Died February 1821
renunciation of Sarah Dand and Mary Dand, sisters and Henry Dand, brother.

DPRI/3/1822/A33   25 February 1822
administration bond, penal sum £400; William THOMPSON, farmer, of Stoney Moor Ridge within the liberties of the borough of Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1822/A34/1-4   14 February 1822
administration bond, penal sum £10; Ambrose BARNES, merchant, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to Philip Holmes Stranton limited to the intestate's interest in property at Westgate Street, Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1822/A35/1-3   26 February 1822
administration bond, penal sum £10; John SHEPHERD, gentleman, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to James Armstrong limited to the intestate's interest in property at Blue Anchor Chare, Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1822/A36   22 March 1822
administration bond, penal sum £100; John CHARLETON, husbandman, of Tudhoe in the parish of Brancepeth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A37   8 April 1822
administration bond, penal sum £100; Nicholas CARR, seaman, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne but in that part of the said chapelry which is in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1822/A38   13 April 1822
administration bond, penal sum £200; Mary BAINBRIDGE, widow, of Gate Castle in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A39   8 April 1822
administration bond, penal sum £600; Thomas BOWMAN, yeoman, of Shepherds House in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A40   10 April 1822
administration bond, penal sum £100; Thomas FOULL, mariner, bachelor, of Seaton Sluice in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland but belonging to the merchant ship, Robert and Sarah

DPRI/3/1822/A41/1   17 April 1822
administration bond, penal sum £300; Thomas HAWDON, organist, widower, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1822/A41/2   17 April 1822
certificate of oath; Thomas HAWDON, organist, widower, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
reply from York to Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A41/3-4   17 April 1822
letter of request; Thomas HAWDON, organist, widower, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
request from Durham to York to take oath

DPRI/3/1822/A42   19 March 1822
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; Thomas HENDERSON, innkeeper, of Belford in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1822/A43   1 April 1822
administration bond, penal sum £600; William LEADILL, yeoman, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A44   4 April 1822
administration bond, penal sum £600; Margaret ROBINSON, nee Longstaff, of Gainford in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A45   16 April 1822
administration bond, penal sum £900; Elizabeth SCURFIELD, spinster, of parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A46   29 March 1822
administration bond, penal sum £400; John SPRAGGON, schoolmaster, weaver, of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A47   1 April 1822
administration bond, penal sum £70; James TOOLEY, labourer, of parish of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1822/A48   19 April 1822
administration bond, penal sum £100; John HUNTER, gentleman, bachelor, of Wind Mill Hills in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A49/1   1 April 1822
administration bond, penal sum £600; William COWPER, blacksmith, widower, of Moor Edge in the Chapelry of St. Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 1814
grant of administration to Alice Cowper, widowed daughter in law of intestate

DPRI/3/1822/A49/2   1 April 1822
certificate of oath of estate value; William COWPER, blacksmith, widower, of Moor Edge in the Chapelry of St. Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 1814

DPRI/3/1822/A50   22 March 1822
administration bond, penal sum £900; Eleanor ELDER, widow, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1822/A51/1-3   13 April 1822
administration bond, penal sum £9; William RAISBECK, woollen-draper, late of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne, formerly of Gateshead in the county of Durham. Died 1802
grant of administration to John Adamson limited to the intestate's interest in property at Gateshead

DPRI/3/1822/A51/4-6   3 April 1822
renunciation; William RAISBECK, woollen-draper, late of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne, formerly of Gateshead in the county of Durham. Died 1802
renunciation of Mary Raisbeck, relict of testator.

DPRI/3/1822/A52   11 March 1822
administration bond, penal sum £400; George BELL, flour dealer, of Gateshead in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A53   18 April 1822
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Richard UNTHANK, the younger, ship-owner, of Heworth in the chapelry of Heworth in the county of Durham
estate revalued

DPRI/3/1822/A54/1-3   12 April 1822
administration bond, penal sum £10; George CUTHBERTSON, gentleman, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to Ralph Park Philipson limited to the intestate's interest in property at Iron Market, Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1822/A55/1-4   12 April 1822
administration bond, penal sum £10; Roger HALL, husbandman, of Gatelough [Catcleugh] in the parish of Elsdon in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to John Trotter Brockett limited to the intestate's interest in property at Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1822/A56   1 May 1822
administration bond, penal sum £600; Elizabeth FOSTER, widow, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A57/1-6   7 May 1822
administration bond, penal sum £10; Joseph TODD, gentleman, of Landends in the parish of Warden in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to James Armstrong limited to the intestate's interest in property at Rawkins Hall, Haydon Bridge, Northumberland

DPRI/3/1822/A58   8 May 1822
administration bond, penal sum £400; Mary FENWICK, widow, of Blyth in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1822/A59   10 May 1822
administration bond, penal sum £900; John CUTTER, rope-maker, of Sunderland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A60   10 May 1822
administration bond, penal sum £400; Mary HUTCHINSON, widow, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A61   14 May 1822
administration bond, penal sum £400; Margery BURN, spinster, of Tweedmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A62   18 May 1822
administration bond, penal sum £400; John BUCKHAM, farmer, of East Cold Coat in the parish of Ponteland in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1822/A63   20 May 1822
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas GIBSON, widower, of late of Oporto in Portugal

DPRI/3/1822/A64   22 May 1822
administration bond, penal sum £200; Dorothy TINDLE, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Christopher Parker, creditor; the husband of the deceased having been cited

DPRI/3/1822/A65   29 May 1822
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Edward HADAWAY, master mariner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1822/A66   29 May 1822
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Thomas Burn DAVISON, shipbuilder, bachelor, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham. Died 22 January 1822

DPRI/3/1822/A67   1 June 1822
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ann LEG, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1822/A68/1-4   3 June 1822
administration bond, penal sum £10; Thomas DUNCKLY, esquire, of parish of Stepney otherwise Stebonheath in the county of Middlesex
grant of administration to George Woolley Poole limited to the intestate's interest in property at Beal in the county palatine of Durham.

DPRI/3/1822/A68/5-7   3 June 1822
certificate of oath; Thomas DUNCKLY, esquire, of parish of Stepney otherwise Stebonheath in the county of Middlesex
reply from London to Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A68/8-9   28 May 1822
letter of request; Thomas DUNCKLY, esquire, of parish of Stepney otherwise Stebonheath in the county of Middlesex
request from Durham to London to take oath

DPRI/3/1822/A69   28 May 1822
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; William MATHWIN, commander of the merchant ship Nearchus, merchant ship commander, North Shields in the county of Northumberland, commander of the merchant ship Nearchus at the island of Jamaica

DPRI/3/1822/A70/1   27 May 1822
administration bond, penal sum £200; William TODD, yeoman, widower, of Pickhill in the parish of Bangor in the county of Denbigh

DPRI/3/1822/A70/2-3   22 April 1822
letter of request; William TODD, yeoman, widower, of Pickhill in the parish of Bangor in the county of Denbigh
request from Durham to St Asaph to take oath

DPRI/3/1822/A70/4   27 May 1822
certificate of oath; William TODD, yeoman, widower, of Pickhill in the parish of Bangor in the county of Denbigh
reply from St Asaph to Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A71   13 March 1822
administration bond, penal sum £900; Robert TAIT, colliery agent, of Spital in the chapelry of Tweedmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A72   9 June 1822
administration bond, penal sum £400; John TATE, labourer, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1822/A73   12 June 1822
administration bond, penal sum £400; Robert PEARSON, collier, of Walls End in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1822/A74   12 December 1821
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Ann BULERAIG, widow, of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1822/A75   15 June 1822
administration bond, penal sum £400; John WARDLE, joiner, cabinet-maker, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1822/A76   13 June 1822
administration bond, penal sum £600; Alexander HUNTER, mariner, of Stockton in the parish of Stockton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A77   18 June 1822
administration bond, penal sum £200; James TURNER, attorney-at-law, bachelor, of Pilgrim Street in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1822/A78   25 June 1822
administration bond, penal sum £200; George GENT, yeoman, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A79/1   28 June 1822
administration bond, penal sum £100; Cuthbert SNAITH, mariner, bachelor, formerley of Howden in the chapelry of Witton le Wear in the county of Durham, late belonging to the merchant ship Harpooner

DPRI/3/1822/A79/2-3   27 December 1823
letter of request; Elizabeth SNAITH, spinster, of Fir Tree in the chapelry of Witton le Wear in the county of Durham
request from Durham to London to take oath

DPRI/3/1822/A80   29 June 1822
administration bond, penal sum £200; Edward REDHEAD, waterman, of Wincomb Lee in the parish of Longbenton in the parish of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1822/A81   28 June 1822
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Edward THOMPSON, farmer, bachelor, of Dyke House in the parish of Stamfordham in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1822/A82   28 June 1822
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas BURTON, mariner, of Milburn Place in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1822/A84   3 July 1822
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Robert JOHNSON, gentleman, bachelor, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1822/A85   4 July 1822
administration bond, penal sum £900; Nicholas HUME, ship-owner, bachelor, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1822/A86   27 June 1822
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; John BOLAM, shopkeeper, widower, of Thropton in the parish of Rothbury in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1822/A87/1   26 July 1822
administration bond, penal sum £400; John PRATT, captain in the North York Militia, militia captain, formerly of Hurworth upon Tees in the county of Durham, late of Moffatt in North Britain

DPRI/3/1822/A87/2-3   20 June 1822
letter of request; John PRATT, captain in the North York Militia, militia captain, formerly of Hurworth upon Tees in the county of Durham, late of Moffatt in North Britain
request from Durham to Canterbury to take oath

DPRI/3/1822/A87/4   5 July 1822
certificate of oath; John PRATT, captain in the North York Militia, militia captain, formerly of Hurworth upon Tees in the county of Durham, late of Moffatt in North Britain
reply from Canterbury to Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A88   1 August 1822
administration bond, penal sum £40; Alexander Nimmo DOEG, bachelor, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county ofNewcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1822/A89   26 July 1822
administration bond, penal sum £40; James FINNEY, out pensioner of Chelsea Hospital, bachelor, of Lemington in the parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1822/A90   6 August 1822
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; William DAVISON, master mariner, bachelor, of Chapel House in the parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1822/A91   20 August 1822
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Mary HEWSON, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1822/A92   17 August 1822
administration bond, penal sum £200; William WILKINSON, husbandman, of Coldwell in the parish of Simonburn in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1822/A93   20 August 1822
administration bond, penal sum £200; William ROUTLEDGE, tailor, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A94   28 August 1822
administration bond, penal sum £40; John HOWE, ship-owner, of Bishopwearmouth in the parish of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A95   24 August 1822
administration bond, penal sum £100; Margaret REDSHAW, of parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1822/A96   30 August 1822
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Henry EELES, bookseller, bachelor, of Stockton in the parish of Stockton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A97   3 September 1822
administration bond, penal sum £100; Jane RICHARDSON, widow, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1822/A98   7 September 1822
administration bond, penal sum £40; Robert DOBSON, husbandman, of Acklington in the parish of Warkworth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1822/A99   7 September 1822
administration bond, penal sum £200; Elizabeth SWAN, spinster, of parish of Saint Oswald in or near the city of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A100   11 September 1822
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Joseph HARRISON, iron-founder, of Whitehill Point in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1822/A101   13 September 1822
administration bond, penal sum £400; Isabella LOUGHBOROUGH, nee Lindsay, of South Street in the chapelry of Saint Margaret in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A102   13 September 1822
administration bond, penal sum £400; John COX, master mariner, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1822/A103   14 September 1822
administration bond, penal sum £600; William KERR, butler, bachelor, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1822/A104   13 September 1822
administration bond, penal sum £400; Alice NEWTON, widow, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1822/A105   27 September 1822
administration bond, penal sum £200; Francis WATSON, master mariner, of No 20 Wapping in the parish of Saint John Wapping in the county of Middlesex

DPRI/3/1822/A106/1-8   10 September 1822
administration bond, penal sum £10; George GIBSON, husbandman, of Corbridge in the parish of Corbridge in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Jasper Gibson limited to the intestate's interest in property at Corbridge

DPRI/3/1822/A107   5 October 1822
administration bond, penal sum £450; Joseph BURNETT, farmer, of Bunkers Hill in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A108   2 October 1822
administration bond, penal sum £140,000; William JAMES, esquire, of Deckham Hall in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham
estate revalued in value to the sum of £70,000

DPRI/3/1822/A109   21 September 1822
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Ralph HUNTER, innkeeper, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
estate revalued at £3,000

DPRI/3/1822/A110   11 October 1822
administration bond, penal sum £600; George BENNETT, spirit-merchant, widower, of Wooler in the parish of Wooler in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1822/A111   8 October 1822
administration bond, penal sum £40; Isaac HUTCHINSON, farmer, of Brax in the parish of St. Andrew Auckland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A112   18 October 1822
administration bond, penal sum £200; James DUNN, mariner, formerly of Seaford in the county of Sussex, late of the barracks in the chapelry of Saint Andrew in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1822/A113   14 October 1822
administration bond, penal sum £600; Mary FROST, spinster, of city of London

DPRI/3/1822/A114/1   7 October 1822
administration bond, penal sum £1,100; Christopher STRANGEWAYS, cooper, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1822/A114/2   12 October 1822
affidavit of sureties; Christopher STRANGEWAYS, cooper, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1822/A115   14 October 1822
administration bond, penal sum £600; George COATS, yeoman, bachelor, of Stockton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A116   18 October 1822
administration bond, penal sum £600; William SHOTTON, gentleman, of chapelry of Saint Margaret near the city of Durham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A117   22 October 1822
administration bond, penal sum £180; Margaret BROWN, widow, of Shincliffe in the parish of Saint Oswalds in or near the City of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A118   25 October 1822
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; William WETHERELL, farmer, of the Isle in the township of Bradbury in the parish of Sedgefield in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A119   28 October 1822
administration bond, penal sum £100; Robert WHITE, shoemaker, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1822/A120/1-7   9 October 1822
administration bond, penal sum £10; Barbara REAVELY, widow, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to James John Thompson limited to the intestate's interest in property at Rothbury

DPRI/3/1822/A121   26 October 1822
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Thomas BROWN, farmer, widower, of New Acre in the parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A122   30 October 1822
administration bond, penal sum £200; William FORSTER, mariner, bachelor, of South Blyth in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1822/A123   6 November 1822
administration bond, penal sum £400; Anthony HUTCHINSON, common carrier, of George Street, Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A124   7 November 1822
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert DIXON, shipbuilder, of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A125   4 November 1822
administration bond, penal sum £300; Mary HIRD, previously Dennison, of Darlington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A126/1   8 November 1822
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Isabella MARCH, spinster, of Field House in the parish of Lesbury in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1822/A126/2-3   8 November 1822
renunciation; Isabella MARCH, spinster, of Field House in the parish of Lesbury in the county of Northumberland
renunciation of Eleanor March, mother and only other next of kin

DPRI/3/1822/A127   13 November 1822
administration bond, penal sum £400; Jane DENNISON, spinster, of Darlington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A128/1-11   14 November 1822
administration bond, penal sum £10; Thomas HUGALL, gentleman, of city of Durham
grant of administration to George Spearman limited to the intestate's interest in property at Wallick in the parishes of Warden and Simonburn, Northumberland

DPRI/3/1822/A129   13 November 1822
administration bond, penal sum £600; Elizabeth PATTISON, widow, of Seaton Carew in the parish of Stranton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A130   13 November 1822
administration bond, penal sum £400; Elizabeth JOHNSON, spinster, of Seaton Carew in the parish of Stranton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A131   25 November 1822
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Diana WATSON, widow, of Cowpen in the chapelry of Horton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1822/A132   19 November 1822
administration bond, penal sum £200; Kingswood GREENWELL, master mariner, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A133   30 November 1822
administration bond, penal sum £40; Mary BLACKLOCK, widow, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the city of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A134   30 November 1822
administration bond, penal sum £40; Jane BONE, spinster, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the city of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A135   9 November 1822
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Joseph REAY, farmer, of Berwick Hill in the parish of Ponteland in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1822/A136   24 October 1822
administration bond, penal sum £24,000; John THOMPSON, tanner, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
estate revalued at £12,000

DPRI/3/1822/A137   5 December 1822
administration bond, penal sum £900; William LOWMAN, draper, tailor, of Pilgrim Street in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1822/A138   2 December 1822
administration bond, penal sum £18,000; Ann LYNN, widow, of East Cross Street in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A139   13 December 1822
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; John JOPLING, yeoman, widower, of Muggleswick in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A140   13 December 1822
administration bond, penal sum £200; Frances SNOWDON, spinster, of Rothbury in the parish of Rothbury in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1822/A141   21 December 1822
administration bond, penal sum £600; Benjamin ROBINSON, mariner, of Norton in the parish of Norton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A142   20 December 1822
administration bond, penal sum £160; Mary STOKER, widow, of Greenside in the parish of Ryton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1822/A143   18 December 1822
administration bond, penal sum £100; Thomas WALL, yeoman, of South Shields in the county of Durham

Will bonds 1822
Reference: DPRI/3/1822/T
DPRI/3/1822/T1   4 January 1822
will bond, penal sum £400; Thomas BELLERBY, farmer, of Quaking house in the parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Michael Bellerby, brother.

DPRI/3/1822/T2/1   6 February 1822
will bond, penal sum £4,000; Mary HEWARD, spinster, of Southwick Lodge near Ayres quay in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham. Died 31 October 1820
administration with the will annexed granted to Dorothy Bell, sister and one of the legatees.

DPRI/3/1822/T2/2-4   1 November 1821
renunciation; Mary HEWARD, spinster, of Southwick Lodge near Ayres quay in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham. Died 31 October 1820
renunciation of Thomas Lamplough and Benjamin Greenaway, nominating Dorothy Bell, sister, to take out administration; exhibited 6 Feb 1822.

DPRI/3/1822/T3   14 January 1822
will bond, penal sum £400; Richard BYGATE, farmer, of Easington in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Ann Bygate, relict, as John Coulson and Michael Louis renounced the execution.

DPRI/3/1822/T4/1   29 May 1822
will bond, penal sum £1,200; Taylor WINSHIP, rope-maker, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Ann Winship, relict and guardian of four children, the residuary legatees; the executors having renounced

DPRI/3/1822/T4/2-3   4 May 1822
renunciation; Taylor WINSHIP, rope-maker, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland
renunciation of William Harle, Matthew Plummer, Henry Winship and Joseph Bainbridge; exhibited, 8 May 1822.

DPRI/3/1822/T5   11 July 1822
will bond; John STEPHENS, master mariner, bachelor, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed in the county of Northumberland. Died April 1822
administration with the will annexed granted to Jane Stephens, mother, there being no executors or residuary legatee named.

DPRI/3/1822/T6   3 August 1822
will bond, penal sum £40; Frances SMITH, spinster, of Millhouse in the parish of Haltwhistle and county of Northumberland. Died 4 October 1820
administration with the will annexed granted to William and Mary Makepeace, his wife, as previous executor died

DPRI/3/1822/T7/1-4   18 October 1822
will bond, penal sum £10; William REED, haltster, of Framwellgate in the city of Durham in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Walter Scruton.

DPRI/3/1822/T8   21 August 1822
administration bond, penal sum £600; Anthony TOPHAM, shipbuilder, of Seaton Sluice in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted by decree of court to Frances Topham, daughter, the executors having died

DPRI/3/1822/T9/1-4   12 December 1822
will bond, penal sum £10; William WILKINSON, rope-maker, gentleman, of Stockton in the county of Durham
grant of administration to Matthew Bowser limited to the testator's interest in property at Portrack, Stockton.

DPRI/3/1822/T10/1-8   14 December 1822
will bond, penal sum £10; William CHETWYND, [3rd] viscount Chetwynd of Bearhaven, [3rd baron of Rathdowne], [politician], [diplomatist], esquire, Stafford in the county of Stafford, and Dover street Piccadilly in the county of Middlesex
grant of administration to George Haugh Stable limited to the intestator's interest in property at Chollerton and Birkley.

DPRI/3/1822/T11/1-3   13 December 1822
will bond, penal sum £10; Ralph WOODMAN, gentleman, of Herons Close in the chapelry of Hebburn in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to James John Thompson limited to the testator's interest in property at Mitford

DPRI/3/1822/T12   4 October 1822
certificate of oath of estate value; Matthew SMETHAM, gentleman, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham. Died 23 April 1822
Probate was granted at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury on 4 Oct 1822. [Document found loose in front of DPR Probate Register 34, 1822-1823]

Administration bonds 1823
Reference: DPRI/3/1823/A
DPRI/3/1823/A1   4 January 1823
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; George WATSON, farmer, of Batterlaw in the parish of Easington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A2   9 January 1823
administration bond, penal sum £400; George NICHOLSON, farmer, bachelor, of Grumbles Park in the parish of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A3   9 January 1823
administration bond, penal sum £1,400; Jane HEDLEY, goldsmith, widow, of Sadler Street in the city of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A4   18 January 1823
administration bond, penal sum £400; William ARMSTRONG, miller, of Allensford in the chapelry of Shotley in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A5   20 January 1823
administration bond, penal sum £40; John STUART, woodman, of Chopwell Wood in the parish of Ryton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A6   24 January 1823
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann HARD, widow, of Middle Rainton in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A7   29 January 1823
administration bond, penal sum £200; Margaret WATSON, spinster, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A8   21 January 1823
administration bond, penal sum £600; George STEPHENSON, blacksmith, bachelor, of Bothal Barns in the parish of Bothal in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A9   21 January 1823
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert BELL, grocer, of Bedlington in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A10   3 February 1823
administration bond, penal sum £200; Michael SMURFITT, painter, glazier, bachelor, of Black Boy public house in the parish of Houghton-le-Spring in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A11   1 February 1823
administration bond, penal sum £400; John SMITH, yeoman, widower, of Usworth in the parish of Washington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A12   11 February 1823
administration bond, penal sum £400; George JACKSON, joiner, of Sherburn in the parish of Pittington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A13   26 February 1823
administration bond, penal sum £100; Ann BROWN, of Swalwell in the parish of Whickham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A14   26 February 1823
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Robert COX, gentleman, widower, of Crookhill in the parish of Ryton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A15   28 February 1823
administration bond, penal sum £40; Anthony WRIGHT, shopkeeper, of Mill House in the parish of Haltwhistle in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A16   1 March 1823
administration bond, penal sum £600; Matthew WILKINSON, gentleman, widower, of Cleatham in the parish of Staindrop in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A17   4 March 1823
administration bond, penal sum £40; Thomas WOODWARD, mariner, of Coven Garden, Sunderland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A18   15 February 1823
administration bond, penal sum £200; John WINSKILL, miner, of Low Galligill in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A19   3 March 1823
administration bond, penal sum £200; Margaret REED, widow, of Mowson in the parish of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A20   3 March 1823
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Ralph WILKINSON, ship-owner, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A21   6 March 1823
administration bond, penal sum £400; John CRAWFORD, yeoman, of West Auckland in the parish of Saint Helen Auckland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A22   1 March 1823
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; George BAMLETT, gentleman, widower, of Shaws in the parish of Gainford in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A23   10 January 1823
administration bond, penal sum £100; Hudson BARNETT, clerk, of Blanchland in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A24   4 March 1823
administration bond, penal sum £200; George GRAHAM, farmer, widower, of Brownside in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A25   22 March 1823
administration bond, penal sum £600; Elizabeth HUMBLE, of Croft House in the parish of Pittington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A26/1-4   11 February 1823
administration bond, penal sum £10; Richard HASWELL, master and mariner, of South Shore in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham
grant of administration to Ralph Park Philipson limited to the intestate's interest in property at Akewellgate, Gateshead

DPRI/3/1823/A27   14 February 1823
administration bond, penal sum £400; Elizabeth SPENCER, spinster, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and country of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A28   31 March 1823
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Henry PYLE, master mariner, widower, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A29/1-4   22 March 1823
administration bond, penal sum £10; Joseph CHIPCHASE, butcher, of Claypath in the City of Durham in the county of Durham
grant of administration to John Hines limited to the intestate's interest in property at Gillygate in the City of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A30   4 April 1823
administration bond, penal sum £200; Isabella DIXON, widow, of New Elvet in the parish of St Oswald in the City of Durham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A31   4 April 1823
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; John GOODCHILD, esquire, parish of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham, lately of Gourdie in the parish of Clunie in the County of Perth, Scotland

DPRI/3/1823/A32   20 March 1823
administration bond, penal sum £14,000; William WOODMAN, merchant, of chapelry of St John in the town of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A33   8 April 1823
administration bond, penal sum £240; George ENGLISH, mason, of Heworth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A34   16 April 1823
administration bond, penal sum £200; Eleanor HALL, nee Brown, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A35/10-11   28 October 1822
renunciation; Edward HORNE, esquire, of Bevis Mount otherwise Padwell in the county of Southampton
renunciation of Mary Jane Horne, the relict and surviving executor and residuary legatee; exhibited 13 Mar 1823.

DPRI/3/1823/A35/1-7   13 March 1823
administration bond, penal sum £10; Edward HORNE, esquire, of Bevis Mount otherwise Padwell in the county of Southampton
grant of administration to Thomas France limited to the intestate's interest in property at Great Ryle in the county of Northumberland.

DPRI/3/1823/A35/12-13   13 March 1823
certificate of oath; Edward HORNE, esquire, of Bevis Mount otherwise Padwell in the county of Southampton
reply from London to Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A35/8-9   17 May 1822
letter of request; Edward HORNE, esquire, of Bevis Mount otherwise Padwell in the county of Southampton
request from Durham to the Lord Bishop of London to take oath.

DPRI/3/1823/A36   21 April 1823
administration bond, penal sum £600; Robert YOUNG, grocer, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A37   25 April 1823
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Carter NIXON, gunsmith, widower, of city of Durham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A38   25 April 1823
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann HUNTER, widow, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A39   28 April 1823
administration bond, penal sum £200; Jane LIPTON, widow, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A40/1   29 April 1823
administration bond, penal sum £28,000; William BROWN, esquire, bachelor, of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland. Died January 1813

DPRI/3/1823/A40/2-3   11 March 1823
renunciation; William BROWN, esquire, bachelor, of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland. Died January 1813
renunciation of Richard Brown, Robert Brown and Jane Fenwick, brothers and sister; exhibited 12 March 1823.

DPRI/3/1823/A42   10 May 1823
administration bond, penal sum £200; Mary HUTTON, widow, of Shincliffe in the parish of Saint Oswald in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A43   8 May 1823
administration bond, penal sum £380; Thomas PATTISON, miner, of Croft in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A44   16 May 1823
administration bond, penal sum £400; John LOFTHOUSE, chemist, druggist, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A45   16 May 1823
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Henry BARRETT, gentleman, widower, of Durham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A46   20 May 1823
administration bond, penal sum £400; George WILSON, yeoman, widower, of Newton Bewley in the parish of Billingham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A47   20 May 1823
administration bond, penal sum £900; Richard STOBART, master mariner, bachelor, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A48   21 May 1823
administration bond, penal sum £600; Joseph BELL, farmer, of Highfield in the chapelry of Whittonstall in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A49   6 June 1823
administration bond, penal sum £200; John BLACKETT, farmer, of Witton in the parish of Staindrop in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A50   6 June 1823
administration bond, penal sum £200; Timothy POLLOCK, innkeeper, Rose Hill in the parish of Wallsend in the county of Northumberland, late of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A51   4 June 1823
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Joseph WANLACE, yeoman, bachelor, of Low Gallow Hill in the parish of Bolam in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A52   12 June 1823
administration bond, penal sum £40; Walter COULTHERD, yeoman, of Belford in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A53   14 June 1823
administration bond, penal sum £400; Prudence TRAIN, spinster, of chapelry of Heworth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A54   17 June 1823
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ann TODD, nee Bold, Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham, Newbottle in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A55   4 June 1823
administration bond, penal sum £200; William PROUDHOE, carrier, of Barrisford in the parish of Chollerton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A56/1-3   3 June 1823
administration bond, penal sum £9; John HILL, gentleman, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Thomas Adams Rufsell limited to the intestate's interest in property at Canongate, Alnwick

DPRI/3/1823/A57/1-3   3 June 1823
administration bond, penal sum £9; Collingwood FORSTER, gentleman, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Thomas Adams Rufsell limited to the intestate's interest in property at North Canongate, Alnwick.

DPRI/3/1823/A58/1-4   10 June 1823
administration bond, penal sum £10; Elizabeth CHALLING, nee Harbottle, widow, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to James John Thompson limited to the intestate's interest in property at Kirknewton

DPRI/3/1823/A59   25 June 1823
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Anthony WATSON, royal navy lieutenant, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham. Died 13 May 1823

DPRI/3/1823/A60   3 July 1823
administration bond, penal sum £400; George PEVERELL, farmer, of Fen Hall in the parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A61/1-7   12 July 1823
administration bond, penal sum £10; George LAKE, esquire, formerly of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland, late of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to George Waugh Stable limited to the intestate's interest in properties at Elemore Hall at Haswell in the parishes of Easington and Pittington in the county of Durham.

DPRI/3/1823/A62   15 July 1823
administration bond, penal sum £100; William BAINBRIDGE, sail-maker, bachelor, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A63   15 July 1823
administration bond, penal sum £400; Robert SURTEES, master mariner, bachelor, of belonging to the ship Henry of the Port of Sunderland

DPRI/3/1823/A64   16 July 1823
administration bond, penal sum £200; Edward SHOTTON, yeoman, of West Chivington in the parish of Warkworth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A65   18 July 1823
administration bond, penal sum £100; George NIXON, minor, bachelor, of late of Harrogate in the parish of Haughton le Skerne in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A66   19 July 1823
administration bond, penal sum £600; William YOUNG, flour dealer, of parish of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A67   11 July 1823
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Frances WATSON, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A68   24 July 1823
administration bond, penal sum £250; Ann SANDERSON, spinster, of Whitworth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A69   12 July 1823
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; John HOGG, farmer, of Hazon High Houses in the parish of Shilbottle in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A70   2 August 1823
administration bond, penal sum £400; Mary MOORE, widow, of Heworth Common in the chapelry of Heworth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A71   2 August 1823
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; John RANSON, innkeeper, bachelor, of Stannington in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A72   4 August 1823
administration bond, penal sum £200; Margaret LITHGOOD, formerly Watson, widow, of Sunderland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A73   11 August 1823
administration bond, penal sum £100; Jane ORD, widow, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A74/1   2 July 1823
administration bond, penal sum £900; James GORDON, master mariner, widower, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland. Died 22 August 1806

DPRI/3/1823/A74/2-3   4 June 1823
curation bond, penal sum £900; James GORDON, master mariner, widower, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland. Died 22 August 1806

DPRI/3/1823/A74/4-5   4 June 1823
grant of administration; James GORDON, master mariner, widower, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland. Died 22 August 1806
administration granted to Mary Hazleton Gordon to care for minors of the deceased.

DPRI/3/1823/A75   14 August 1823
administration bond, penal sum £900; William RICKLEY, schoolmaster, widower, of Seghill in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A76   16 August 1823
administration bond, penal sum £900; Isabella RICHARDSON, spinster, of Silver Hill in the parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A77   27 August 1823
administration bond, penal sum £100; James GLEDSTON, miller, of Middleton Mile in the parish of Hartburn in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A78   27 August 1823
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; John MARSHALL, yeoman, of Kyloe House in the parish of Heddon on the Wall in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A79   2 September 1823
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas ARROWSMITH, farmer, of Foxton in the parish of Sedgefield in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A80   19 August 1823
administration bond, penal sum £200; George BAITY, esquire, of Easington in the chapelry of Belford in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A81   13 September 1823
administration bond, penal sum £10; William HENDERSON, bookbinder, widower, formerly of Saddler Street in the city of Durham in the county of Durham, later of Sherburn Hospital in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A82   12 September 1823
administration bond, penal sum £400; George Henry WATSON, bachelor, of Swarland East House in the parish of Felton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A83   17 September 1823
curation bond, penal sum £800; Mary MOSS, widow, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A84   17 September 1823
administration bond, penal sum £800; Mary MOSS, widow, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
administration granted to Hannah Moss of Mary Hannah Moss, infant.

DPRI/3/1823/A85   23 September 1823
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; John LYNN, yeoman, of Kelloe Hill Top in the Parish of Kelloe in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A86   27 September 1823
administration bond, penal sum £200; Rachel TURNER, widow, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A87   4 October 1823
administration bond, penal sum £900; John NORMAN, farmer, of Thornhope in the parish of Knarsdale in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A88   20 October 1823
administration bond, penal sum £40; George WARDLE, keelman, of Sunderland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A89   21 October 1823
administration bond, penal sum £400; Roddam HALL, gentleman, bachelor, of Stannington in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A90   22 October 1823
administration bond, penal sum £100; Mary ARMSTRONG, widow, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A91/1   22 October 1823
administration bond, penal sum £40; William BATY, butcher, of Bishopton in the parish of Bishopton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A91/2   22 October 1823
certificate of oath of estate value; William BATY, butcher, of Bishopton in the parish of Bishopton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A92   23 October 1823
administration bond, penal sum £1,500; William ASKEW, royal navy lieutenant, bachelor, of Haslar Hospital, Portsmouth in the county of Hampshire

DPRI/3/1823/A93   31 October 1823
administration bond, penal sum £900; John LAWSON, innkeeper, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A94/1-4   7 October 1823
administration bond, penal sum £10; James POW, gentleman, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Robert Gills limited to the intestate's interest in property at Podgshole, Bedburn.

DPRI/3/1823/A95/1   13 October 1823
administration bond, penal sum £900; Ann SCARTH, widow, of Witton-le-Wear in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A95/2-3   27 June 1823
letter of request; Ann SCARTH, widow, of Witton-le-Wear in the county of Durham
request from Bishop of Durham to Lord Bishop of Carlisle

DPRI/3/1823/A95/4   19 July 1823
certificate of oath; Ann SCARTH, widow, of Witton-le-Wear in the county of Durham
reply from Lord Bishop of Carlisle to Bishop of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A96   6 November 1823
administration bond, penal sum £600; Mary PURVIS, widow, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A97/1   28 July 1823
administration bond, penal sum £600; John COFFY, yeoman, widower, of Saunders Court in the parish of Kilpatrick in the county of Wexford

DPRI/3/1823/A97/2   28 July 1823
letter of request; John COFFY, yeoman, widower, of Saunders Court in the parish of Kilpatrick in the county of Wexford
request from Bishop of Durham to the Bishop of Leighlin

DPRI/3/1823/A97/3   4 August 1823
certificate of oath; John COFFY, yeoman, widower, of Saunders Court in the parish of Kilpatrick in the county of Wexford
reply from Bishop of Leighlin to Bishop of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A98/1   28 July 1823
administration bond, penal sum £40; John COFFY, of Saunders Court in the parish of Kilpatrick in the county of Wexford

DPRI/3/1823/A98/2   28 July 1823
letter of request; John COFFY, of Saunders Court in the parish of Kilpatrick in the county of Wexford
letter from Bishop of Durham to Bishop of Leighlin

DPRI/3/1823/A98/3   4 August 1823
certificate of oath; John COFFY, of Saunders Court in the parish of Kilpatrick in the county of Wexford
reply from Bishop of Leighlin to Bishop of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A99   11 November 1823
administration bond, penal sum £100; George SUTHERLAND, trimmer, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A100   5 November 1823
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; William HAGGERSTON, bachelor, of Ellingham in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A101   21 November 1823
administration bond, penal sum £190; John HUNTER, master mariner, of Newbottle in the parish of Houghton-le-Spring in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A102   15 November 1823
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; John ROUGHEAD, farmer, bachelor, of Jardinefield in the county of Berwickshire

DPRI/3/1823/A103   24 November 1823
administration bond, penal sum £200; James THOMPSON, ship-owner, widower, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A104/1   26 November 1823
administration bond, penal sum £100; William DIXON, cutler, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A104/2   5 November 1823
certificate of estate value; William DIXON, cutler, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
Morpeth Saving Bank certifying value of deceased bank account.

DPRI/3/1823/A105   29 November 1823
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert OXLEY, farmer, of Peters Bank of Kyo in the parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A106   26 November 1823
administration bond, penal sum £400; Rachael MILBURN, widow, of Eales in the parish of Greystead in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A107   8 December 1823
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; James TOWNS, master mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A108   25 October 1823
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; William WOLFALL, merchant, of parish of Saint Nicholas Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A109   6 December 1823
administration bond, penal sum £900; Robert WHITE, farmer, of High Plains in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A110   12 December 1823
administration bond, penal sum £100; Thomas BRADLEY, mariner, widower, of Stockton-on-Tees in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A111   16 December 1823
administration bond, penal sum £100; Alexander SCOTT, mariner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A112   16 May 1823
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Benjamin BROWN, ship-owner, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1823/A113   27 December 1823
administration bond, penal sum £200; William DODD, miner, bachelor, of Linnacres in the parish of Wark in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/A114   27 December 1823
administration bond, penal sum £400; William LOCKEY, yeoman, of Bishop Middleham in the county of Durham

Will bonds 1823
Reference: DPRI/3/1823/T
DPRI/3/1823/T1/1-4   7 January 1823
will bond, penal sum £10; John PARKER, gentleman, of Lipwood in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to John Rowland limited to the testator's interest in property at Carr's Park in the Lordship of Meleridge in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/T2/1-3   3 January 1823
will bond, penal sum £10; Nicholas TYZACK, surgeon, bachelor, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne (chapelry of St John). Died 28 November 1783
Administration with the will annexed granted to Richard Bell limited to the testator's interest in property at Meal or Goat Market, Newcastle upon Tyne; Jonathan Tyzack, the residuary legatee, having died

DPRI/3/1823/T3/1   5 February 1823
will bond, penal sum £1,600; Margaret ANGUS, widow, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to John Elphinstone, son-in-law and curator, for the use of 3 grandchildren the residuary legatees, the executors having renounced

DPRI/3/1823/T3/2-3   3 December 1822
renunciation; Margaret ANGUS, widow, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/T3/4-6   3 December 1822
election of guardian; Margaret ANGUS, widow, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/T3/7-9   3 December 1823
acceptance of guardianship; Margaret ANGUS, widow, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/T4   8 March 1823
will bond, penal sum £600; John SALMON, pitman, of Gateshead Low Fell in the county of Durham and in the parish of Gateshead
administration with the will annexed granted to son & principal legatee (no executor named in will, widow survived deceased but has since died)

DPRI/3/1823/T5/1-6   27 January 1823
will bond, penal sum £10; William WILSON, esquire, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to James John Thompson limited to testator's interest in property in Pelton, Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/T6   29 March 1823
will bond, penal sum £600; Joseph WILKINSON, lead-ore miner, of Town of Aldstone in the county of Cumberland
administration granted to Thomas and Joseph Smith, administrators of John Smith surviving executor, there being no residuary legatee named in the will

DPRI/3/1823/T7   15 April 1823
will bond, penal sum £600; William FENTON, joiner, yeoman, of Lumley in the county of Durham
Adminstration granted to Matthew and Joseph Watson, brothers of John Watson surviving executor and residuary legatee, now deceased

DPRI/3/1823/T8   6 May 1823
will bond, penal sum £10; Mary COLLINS, widow, of Wolsingham in the county of Durham. Died 5 February 1804
Adminstration granted to grand-daughter of deceased, the surviving executor named in the will having died without proving the will, and no residuary legatee named

DPRI/3/1823/T9   26 April 1823
will bond, penal sum £400; William HESLOP, farmer, widower, of Low Broom Park
Administration with will annexed granted to children of deceased there being no residuary legatee named.

DPRI/3/1823/T10/1   15 February 1823
will bond, penal sum £8,000; Robert DOUBLEDAY, esquire, Low Fell in the parish of Gateshead, formerly of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died January 1822
Administration granted to George Doubleday, brother and residuary legatee, the executor having renounced

DPRI/3/1823/T10/2-3   6 February 1823
renunciation; Robert DOUBLEDAY, esquire, Low Fell in the parish of Gateshead, formerly of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died January 1822
renunciation of William Greene, executor

DPRI/3/1823/T11   26 March 1823
will bond, penal sum £40; Henry TODD, the elder, yeoman, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham
Adminstration granted to acting administrators of Henry Todd, the surviving son and residuary legatee of Henry Todd the elder, who has since died.

DPRI/3/1823/T12   15 April 1823
will bond, penal sum £400; John WATSON, joiner, of Lumley in the county of Durham
Administration granted to brothers, the executrix and legatee having predeceased the testator

DPRI/3/1823/T13   12 June 1823
will bond, penal sum £200; John BRABANT, yeoman, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham
Administration granted to daughter, there being no executor or residuary legatee named.

DPRI/3/1823/T14   27 June 1823
will bond, penal sum £400; John HUDSON, gentleman, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
Administration granted to children of deceased, the sole executrix and residuary legatee having predeceased the testator.

DPRI/3/1823/T15/1   10 May 1823
will bond, penal sum £1,500; Peter MAUGHAN, yeoman, of Kirkhaugh in the parish of Kirkhaugh in the county of Northumberland. Died 23 September 1822
Administration granted to son and residuary legatee, the executor having renounced the execution of will.

DPRI/3/1823/T15/2   23 April 1823
renunciation; Peter MAUGHAN, yeoman, of Kirkhaugh in the parish of Kirkhaugh in the county of Northumberland. Died 23 September 1822
Executor George Maughan renounced execution of will.

DPRI/3/1823/T16/1-4   12 May 1823
will bond, penal sum £10; Robert SHAFTO, esquire, of Whitworth in the county of Durham. Died November 1797
administration with the will annexed granted to Thomas Griffith limited to the testator's interest in property at Bishop Auckland.

DPRI/3/1823/T17/1-8   20 June 1823
administration bond, penal sum £10; Thomas LIDDELL, esquire, of Newton Hall (in the chapelry of St Margaret) in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Nathaniel Clayton limited to the testator's interest in property at North Hebburn, the executrix having died

DPRI/3/1823/T18   22 July 1823
will bond, penal sum £400; Andrew THOMPSON, farmer, of Hawthorn in the Parish of Easington and County of Durham
Administration granted to Rachel Thompson, relict, there being no executor of residuary legatee named.

DPRI/3/1823/T19   19 August 1823
will bond, penal sum £40; Elizabeth BROWN, widow, of Numbers Garth in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth near Sunderland in the county of Durham
Administration granted to daughter and residuary legatee there being no executor named in the will

DPRI/3/1823/T20/1   28 July 1823
will bond, penal sum £3,000; William HAILS, farmer, ship-owner, of Preston lane in the county of Northumberland
Administration granted to the children and residuary legatees, the surviving executor and residuary legatee in trust having renounced

DPRI/3/1823/T20/2-3   23 July 1823
renunciation; William HAILS, farmer, ship-owner, of Preston lane in the county of Northumberland
renunciation of the surviving executor and residuary legatee in trust; exhibited 24 July 1823

DPRI/3/1823/T21/1   21 July 1823
will bond, penal sum £400; David MACKEOWN, cast metal founder, of Darlington in the county of Durham
Administration granted to relict and residuary legatee, the executors named in the will having renounced.

DPRI/3/1823/T21/2-3   21 July 1823
renunciation; David MACKEOWN, cast metal founder, of Darlington in the county of Durham
renunciation of the three executors

DPRI/3/1823/T22/1-3   12 July 1823
will bond, penal sum £10; Lydia BREDY, widow, of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to George Featherstonehaugh limited to the testator's interest in property at Blakelaw, Tynedale

DPRI/3/1823/T23/1   15 September 1823
will bond, penal sum £600; Joseph HEDLEY, farmer, of Monkridge in the parish of Elsdon in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to residuary legatees named in the will the executors having died leaving the estate unadminstered.

DPRI/3/1823/T23/2   15 September 1823
certificate of oath of estate value; Joseph HEDLEY, farmer, of Monkridge in the parish of Elsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1823/T24   26 September 1823
will bond, penal sum £200; Robert HODGSON, yeoman, of Framwelgate near the city of Durham
Administration granted to sons; the executors named in the will having both died during the lifetime of the testator

DPRI/3/1823/T26   8 October 1823
will bond, penal sum £900; Robert WALLER, farmer, of Staindrop, formerly of Ederley house near Stubbhouse in the county of Durham
Administration granted to brother, the executrix and legatee named having died in the lifetime of the testator

DPRI/3/1823/T30/1   3 January 1824
will bond, penal sum £4,000; Jane WRIGHT, widow, of Westoe in the county of Durham. Died 28 August 1818
Administration granted to residuary legatees, the executors named having died leaving the will unadministered

DPRI/3/1823/T30/2   3 January 1824
certificate of oath of estate value; Jane WRIGHT, widow, of Westoe in the county of Durham. Died 28 August 1818

DPRI/3/1823/T31   23 December 1823
will bond, penal sum £12,000; James CRASTER, gentleman, of Belle Vue near East Boldon in the county of Durham, formerly of South Shields
Administration granted to relict and legatee there being no executor named in the will.

DPRI/3/1823/T32   16 December 1823
will bond, penal sum £400; Ann MELVIN, widow, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
Administration granted to two of the residuary legatees, the sole executor having died in the lifetime of the testator

Administration bonds 1824
Reference: DPRI/3/1824/A
DPRI/3/1824/A1   3 January 1824
administration bond, penal sum £400; Jonathan FEATHERSTON, miner, of Nenthead in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A2   3 January 1824
administration bond, penal sum £600; Elizabeth LEE, widow, of Blackett Street in the chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1824/A3   9 January 1824
administration bond, penal sum £40; John CRAIG, baker, Formerly of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne, but late on board the merchant ship Ann of North Shields Thomas Clark master

DPRI/3/1824/A4   6 January 1824
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Robert KNOX, fruiterer, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1824/A5   10 January 1824
administration bond, penal sum £900; Joseph FOTHERGILL, hairdresser, of South Shields

DPRI/3/1824/A6   10 January 1824
administration bond, penal sum £40; Robert KIRKLEY, joiner, of Brancepeth

DPRI/3/1824/A7   12 January 1824
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ann RIDLEY, widow, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1824/A8   13 January 1824
administration bond, penal sum £100; Robert LISHMAN, mariner, bachelor, of merchant ship Hope

DPRI/3/1824/A9   13 January 1824
administration bond, penal sum £100; Matthew LISHMAN, mariner, bachelor, of the merchant ship the Friends

DPRI/3/1824/A10   13 January 1824
administration bond, penal sum £40; Isabella LISHMAN, widow, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A11/1   3 January 1824
administration bond, penal sum £900; Elizabeth SNAITH, spinster, of Fir Tree in the chapelry of Witton-le-Wear

DPRI/3/1824/A11/2   13 January 1824
certificate of oath; Elizabeth SNAITH, spinster, of Fir Tree in the chapelry of Witton-le-Wear
reply from London to Durham

DPRI/3/1824/A12   24 January 1824
administration bond, penal sum £900; Isabella WINTER, of Parish of Saint Nicholas

DPRI/3/1824/A13   24 January 1824
administration bond, penal sum £900; John BELL, farmer, of Bedlington

DPRI/3/1824/A14   17 January 1824
administration bond, penal sum £400; John MCLELLEN, common brewer, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A15/1-8   16 January 1824
administration bond, penal sum £10; George STORY, executor and trustee of Anthony Story, esquire, Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham, afterwards of Spring Garden in the County of Middlesex, and then of the Police Office Shadwell London
grant of administration to Henry Story limited to the intestate's interest in property and monies bequeathed to him by Anthony Story, his father (see DPRI/1/1792/S9)

DPRI/3/1824/A16   31 January 1824
administration bond, penal sum £120; Catherine BINKS, widow, of Chapelry of Saint Margaret in or near the City of Durham

DPRI/3/1824/A17/1-7   21 January 1824
administration bond, penal sum £10; George FARQUHAR, esquire, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Thomas Bell limited to the testator's interest in property at Cannongate; the original executors having refused to administer

DPRI/3/1824/A18   2 February 1824
administration bond, penal sum £40; John BLAND, the younger, rope-maker, of Darlington

DPRI/3/1824/A19   6 February 1824
administration bond, penal sum £600; Elizabeth HIXON, widow, of Chapelry of Wolviston

DPRI/3/1824/A20   30 January 1824
administration bond, penal sum £400; Jane BELL, widow, of Parish of Bedlington

DPRI/3/1824/A21   21 January 1824
administration bond, penal sum £400; George HURST, mariner, of Sunderland

DPRI/3/1824/A22   11 February 1824
administration bond, penal sum £600; George DUNN, widower, of Alndyke in the parish of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A23   16 February 1824
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; William TODD, gentleman, of Stocksfield Hall in the parish of Bywell Saint Andrew in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A24   21 February 1824
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Thomas DUNN, customs officer, of Chapelry of Saint John in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1824/A25   19 February 1824
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; William PORTHOUSE, innkeeper, of Twice Brewed in the parish of Haltwhistle in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A26   23 February 1824
administration bond, penal sum £900; Ann GALLEY, spinster, of West Rainton in the parish of Houghton-le-Spring

DPRI/3/1824/A27   26 February 1824
administration bond, penal sum £200; John ADAMSON, joiner, of Sunderland near the sea

DPRI/3/1824/A28   25 February 1824
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; John HOBSON, ship-owner, of Sunderland near the sea

DPRI/3/1824/A29   26 February 1824
administration bond, penal sum £400; George BELL, cartwright, of Eachwick in the parish of Heddon on the Wall in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A30   11 February 1824
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; William DODD, farmer, bachelor, of Simonburn in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A31/1   2 March 1824
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Dorothy JOBSON, widow, of Sunderland. Died 18 February 1824

DPRI/3/1824/A31/2-3   25 February 1824
renunciation; Dorothy JOBSON, widow, of Sunderland. Died 18 February 1824
renunciation of brother and sisters; exhibited 28 Feb 1824.

DPRI/3/1824/A32   8 March 1824
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Thomas WILSON, grocer, of Sunderland near the sea

DPRI/3/1824/A33/1   10 March 1824
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas TODHUNTER, rector of Knarsdale, clerk, of Knarsdale in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A33/2   10 March 1824
certificate of oath; Thomas TODHUNTER, rector of Knarsdale, clerk, of Knarsdale in the county of Northumberland
reply from Chester to Durham

DPRI/3/1824/A33/3   27 February 1824
letter of request; Thomas TODHUNTER, rector of Knarsdale, clerk, of Knarsdale in the county of Northumberland
request from Durham to Chester to take oath

DPRI/3/1824/A34/1   6 February 1824
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Richard BRITTAIN, a captain in His Majesty's 79th Regiment of Foot, esquire, of City of Chester

DPRI/3/1824/A34/2   6 February 1824
certificate of oath; Richard BRITTAIN, a captain in His Majesty's 79th Regiment of Foot, esquire, of City of Chester
reply from Chester to Durham

DPRI/3/1824/A34/3   26 January 1824
letter of request; Richard BRITTAIN, a captain in His Majesty's 79th Regiment of Foot, esquire, of City of Chester
request from Durham to Chester to take oath

DPRI/3/1824/A35   15 March 1824
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; John THOMPSON, the younger, rope-maker, of Monkwearmouth Shore

DPRI/3/1824/A36/1   13 March 1824
administration bond, penal sum £400; William JOHNSON, carpenter, widower, of Seaton Lodge in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland. Died 15 December 1819

DPRI/3/1824/A36/2-3   27 February 1824
acceptance of guardianship; William JOHNSON, carpenter, widower, of Seaton Lodge in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland. Died 15 December 1819

DPRI/3/1824/A36/4-5   27 February 1824
election of guardian; William JOHNSON, carpenter, widower, of Seaton Lodge in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland. Died 15 December 1819

DPRI/3/1824/A37/1-4   15 March 1824
administration bond, penal sum £10; Edward LAING, gentleman, of Hill in the parish of Elsdon in the county of Northumberland
administration of goods left unadministered granted to Henry Brumell, limited to the intestate's interest in property at East Nuke, otherwise called Saint Mary Shields, in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A38   20 March 1824
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Sarah PRINGLE, spinster, of Snitter in the parish of Rothbury in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A39/1   17 March 1824
administration bond, penal sum £600; George LAIDMAN, butcher, widower, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland. Died January 1824
administration granted to Isabella Spraggon the grandmother and curatrix of Jane Laidman, infant daughter of the deceased

DPRI/3/1824/A39/2-3   2 March 1824
acceptance of guardianship; George LAIDMAN, butcher, widower, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland. Died January 1824

DPRI/3/1824/A40   20 March 1824
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas SLATER, overman, of Tantobie in the chapelry of Tanfield

DPRI/3/1824/A41   26 March 1824
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas GILLESPIE, tailor, bachelor, of Merrington

DPRI/3/1824/A42   25 March 1824
administration bond, penal sum £400; William CHAMBERS, master mariner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A43   8 April 1824
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Christopher HICKSON, gentleman, bachelor, of Trimdon in the chapelry of Trimdon

DPRI/3/1824/A44   6 April 1824
administration bond, penal sum £65; Jonathan STEVEN, banksman, of Cockfield

DPRI/3/1824/A45   17 April 1824
administration bond, penal sum £200; John PALMER, mason, of Sunderland near the sea

DPRI/3/1824/A46/1-4   14 April 1824
administration bond, penal sum £10; Robert WALLACE, yeoman, of The Riding in the parish of Elsdon in the county of Nrthumberland
grant of administration to Robert Coxon limited to the intestate's interest in property at Davy Sheel Hope of Easterhopehead, Summerwalls or Summerways and Davy Sheel Hill all in the parish of Elsdon

DPRI/3/1824/A47   22 April 1824
administration bond, penal sum £5,000; Robert ADAMSON, farmer, of Great Aycliffe in the parish of Great Aycliffe

DPRI/3/1824/A48   26 April 1824
administration bond, penal sum £400; James ELLIOTT, husbandman, of Scaffold Hill Wind Hill in the parish of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A49   26 April 1824
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann ROBINSON, widow, of Chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1824/A50   20 April 1824
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann WALLES, formerly Palmer, spinster, of Hopton Street in Sunderland near the Sea

DPRI/3/1824/A51   27 April 1824
administration bond, penal sum £100; James PRINGLE, schoolmaster, bachelor, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A52   24 April 1824
administration bond, penal sum £200; Margaret OGLE, widow, of Alnwick in the parish of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A53   28 April 1824
administration bond, penal sum £400; Simon DODD, gentleman, of Blackaburn in the parish of Wark in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A54   30 April 1824
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ann BOOTH, spinster, of Bishopwearmouth

DPRI/3/1824/A55   29 April 1824
administration bond, penal sum £200; Joseph Waters DRURY, gentleman, bachelor, of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A56/1   3 May 1824
administration bond, penal sum £400; William SHEPHERD, yeoman, widower, of Bishop Middleham

DPRI/3/1824/A56/2   3 May 1824
certificate of oath; William SHEPHERD, yeoman, widower, of Bishop Middleham
reply from Exeter to Durham

DPRI/3/1824/A56/3   27 April 1824
letter of request; William SHEPHERD, yeoman, widower, of Bishop Middleham
request from Durham to Exeter to take oath

DPRI/3/1824/A57   10 May 1824
administration bond, penal sum £40; John DOWSON, mariner, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A58   11 May 1824
administration bond, penal sum £200; Nicholas SELKIRK, surgeon, of Lanchester in the parish of Lanchester

DPRI/3/1824/A59   11 May 1824
administration bond, penal sum £100; Michael SHIELD, the younger, surgeon, of Whickham

DPRI/3/1824/A60   20 May 1824
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Thomas GLEDSTONE, paper manufacturer, widower, of Urpeth Mill in the parish of Chester le Street
James Pollock and William Ridley assigned guardians to administer for the care and benefit of the Intestate's only child during his minority.

DPRI/3/1824/A61   19 May 1824
administration bond, penal sum £290; Robert BUTT, servant, of Toft Hill in the chapelry of St. Helen Auckland

DPRI/3/1824/A62   21 May 1824
administration bond, penal sum £40; Mary HEDLEY, spinster, of Stockley Fell in the parish of Brancepeth

DPRI/3/1824/A63   26 May 1824
administration bond, penal sum £200; John SKINNER, mariner, of Sunderland near the sea

DPRI/3/1824/A64   25 May 1824
administration bond, penal sum £8,000; John FENWICK, grocer, of Winlaton

DPRI/3/1824/A65   21 May 1824
administration bond, penal sum £100; George BUSBY, bachelor, of Formerly of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland but late of Bow Church yard in the city of London.

DPRI/3/1824/A66   26 May 1824
administration bond, penal sum £400; William BRACKNELL, gentleman, formerly of the city of Durham, but late of Wolsingham

DPRI/3/1824/A67   29 May 1824
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; John COOK, engineer, widower, of Birtley in the parish of Chester=le=Street

DPRI/3/1824/A68   29 May 1824
administration bond, penal sum £600; Martin STEWART, sail-maker, widower, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the parish of Monkwearmouth

DPRI/3/1824/A69   7 June 1824
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; William MURTON, merchant, bachelor, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A70/1-4   7 June 1824
administration bond, penal sum £10; Henry TOMLIN, yeoman, of Barnhill in the chapelry of Brainshaugh in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to James John Thompson limited to the intestate's interest in property at Lowick, Northumberland.

DPRI/3/1824/A70/5-6   14 May 1824
commission; Henry TOMLIN, yeoman, of Barnhill in the chapelry of Brainshaugh in the county of Northumberland
commission to administer an oath and execute a bond, executed 7 June 1824

DPRI/3/1824/A71   17 June 1824
administration bond, penal sum £400; Mary DRYSDALE, widow, of Sunderland near the sea

DPRI/3/1824/A72/1   1 June 1824
administration bond, penal sum £9; Mary FORSTER, widow, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1824/A72/2-3   3 May 1824
renunciation; Mary FORSTER, widow, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed
renunciation of children of deceased; exhibited 27 May 1824

DPRI/3/1824/A73   17 June 1824
administration bond, penal sum £900; Mary LEE, formerly Richardson, wife of Joseph Richardson, of Gateshead
Administration granted to the executors of the will of the husband, Thomas Lee the executor who is since deceased.

DPRI/3/1824/A74/1   12 June 1824
administration bond, penal sum £600; John KERR, innkeeper, widower, of the Blue Bell in the parish of Ford in the county of Northumberland. Died May 1824
administration granted to George Adam Askew, next friend and curator of Isabella Kerr, minor daughter

DPRI/3/1824/A74/2-4   6 June 1824
acceptance of guardianship; John KERR, innkeeper, widower, of the Blue Bell in the parish of Ford in the county of Northumberland. Died May 1824

DPRI/3/1824/A75/1-3   17 June 1824
administration bond, penal sum £600; Rachael TODD, of Hawkside in the parish of Middleton in Teesdale

DPRI/3/1824/A76/1-3   27 June 1824
administration bond, penal sum £10; Ralph REED, merchant, of Parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to George Waugh Stable limited to the intestate's interest in property at Corsenside

DPRI/3/1824/A77   19 June 1824
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Joseph GILHESPY, farmer, bachelor, of Bassington in the parish of Cramlington in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A78   21 June 1824
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Janet JACK, spinster, of Chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1824/A79   21 June 1824
administration bond, penal sum £100; John DODD, gentleman's servant, servant of gentleman, bachelor, of Ambling Gate in the parish of Stanhope

DPRI/3/1824/A80   24 June 1824
administration bond, penal sum £100; Stephen STOKOE, house-carpenter, of Eighton Banks in the chapelry of Lamesley

DPRI/3/1824/A81   25 June 1824
administration bond, penal sum £100; Jonathan SMITH, tailor, widower, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1824/A82/1   26 June 1824
administration bond, penal sum £600; David BROWN, farmer, widower, of Nile Bank in the parish of Corbridge

DPRI/3/1824/A82/2-4   12 June 1824
election of guardian; David BROWN, farmer, widower, of Nile Bank in the parish of Corbridge

DPRI/3/1824/A82/5-7   12 June 1824
acceptance of guardianship; David BROWN, farmer, widower, of Nile Bank in the parish of Corbridge

DPRI/3/1824/A83   3 July 1824
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Jane BROWN, widow, of Gateshead

DPRI/3/1824/A84   26 June 1824
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Joseph WALTON, yeoman, widower, of High Herbit Law in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A85   10 July 1824
administration bond, penal sum £200; John DAWSON, cart-man, of Westgate in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A86/1   5 July 1824
administration bond, penal sum £900; Ann WALKER, widow, of Bishopwearmouth

DPRI/3/1824/A86/2-4   7 June 1824
acceptance of guardianship; Ann WALKER, widow, of Bishopwearmouth

DPRI/3/1824/A86/5-6   7 June 1824
election of guardians; Ann WALKER, widow, of Bishopwearmouth

DPRI/3/1824/A87/1-4   24 June 1824
administration bond, penal sum £10; Thomas FAIRHOLM, gentleman, of Bolton Buildings in the parish of Edlingham in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Robert Shafto Hawks limited to the intestate's interest in property at Forth Mill Close, Bolton

DPRI/3/1824/A88/1-4   26 June 1824
administration bond, penal sum £10; John JEFFERSON, gentleman, of Norton
grant of administration to Henry Mellanby limited to the intestate's interest in property at Elwick

DPRI/3/1824/A89   13 July 1824
administration bond, penal sum £100; Jane PRINGLE, minor, spinster, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A90   16 July 1824
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; John MATTHEWSON, gentleman, of Chartershaugh in the parish of Chester le Street

DPRI/3/1824/A91   19 July 1824
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ralph LOWSON, butcher, bachelor, of Allanford in the parish of Lanchester

DPRI/3/1824/A92   15 July 1824
administration bond, penal sum £900; Thomas HUNTLEY, surgeon, widower, of Prospect Place in the parish of Wallsend in the county of Northumberland
no penal sum given, however estate valued at £450

DPRI/3/1824/A93/1   24 February 1824
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Edward WRIGHT, ship-owner, of Sunderland in the county of Northumberland
administration re-granted, the former administratrix having died

DPRI/3/1824/A93/2   24 February 1824
certificate of oath of estate value; Edward WRIGHT, ship-owner, of Sunderland in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A94   27 July 1824
administration bond, penal sum £400; Robert THOMPSON, miner, of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A95   2 August 1824
administration bond, penal sum £10; Richard TROTTER, mariner, of Tweedmouth

DPRI/3/1824/A96   5 August 1824
administration bond, penal sum £200; William THOMPSON, mariner, bachelor, of Deptford in the county of Kent

DPRI/3/1824/A97   28 July 1824
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; Robert FENWICK, esquire, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A98   3 August 1824
administration bond, penal sum £400; Isabella PEARSON, widow, of Hylton Ferry in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth

DPRI/3/1824/A99   13 August 1824
administration bond, penal sum £200; John UNTHANK, yeoman, of Sunderland near the sea

DPRI/3/1824/A100   7 August 1824
administration bond, penal sum £400; Mary DAY, widow, of Ballast Hills in the chapelry of All Saints without the walls but witin the liberties of the town and county of Newcastle

DPRI/3/1824/A101   14 August 1824
administration bond, penal sum £100; Alexander SAUNDERS, pilot, of Sunderland Sea Houses in the parish of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A102   16 August 1824
administration bond, penal sum £100; Thomas SETON, husbandman, bachelor, of Stobbylee in the parish of Wark in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A103/1-4   16 August 1824
administration bond, penal sum £10; Samuel DONKIN, butcher, of Great Tossin in the parish of Rothbury in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Thomas Carr limited to the intestate's interest in property at Thropton in the county of Northumberland.

DPRI/3/1824/A104   14 July 1824
administration bond, penal sum £200; Elizabeth PORTEOUS, widow, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1824/A105/1-4   23 July 1824
administration bond, penal sum £10; Edward CLARK, yeoman, of Burnigill
grant of administration to Shireff Middleton limited to the intestate's interest in property at Crossgate, in the city of Durham

DPRI/3/1824/A106
administration bond, penal sum £600; Thomas DOWSON, yeoman, of Witton le Wear in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1824/A107   28 August 1824
administration bond, penal sum £400; Esther RUTHERFORD, widow, of Black Cleugh in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1824/A108   10 August 1824
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; John HOBSON, ship-owner, of Sunderland near the sea
estate revalued at £1,500

DPRI/3/1824/A109   14 August 1824
administration bond, penal sum £600; William LOCKEY, yeoman, of Bishop Middleham in the county of Durham
estate revalued at under £200 instead of £300; former bond dated 22nd Dec 1823

DPRI/3/1824/A110   4 September 1824
administration bond, penal sum £200; Jacob ATKINSON, butcher, widower, of Chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1824/A111
administration bond, penal sum £200; John WALKER, of Cold Rowley in the chapelry of Muggleswick in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1824/A112   9 September 1824
administration bond, penal sum £8,000; John THOMPSON, master mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1824/A113/1   15 September 1824
administration bond, penal sum £400; Eleanor WOODYATT, of Brunswick Street in the parish of Saint George in the county of Middlesex

DPRI/3/1824/A113/2-4   15 September 1824
certificate of oath; Eleanor WOODYATT, of Brunswick Street in the parish of Saint George in the county of Middlesex
reply from London to Durham

DPRI/3/1824/A113/5-6   6 September 1824
letter of request; Eleanor WOODYATT, of Brunswick Street in the parish of Saint George in the county of Middlesex
request from Durham to London to take oath

DPRI/3/1824/A114/1-4   21 September 1824
administration bond, penal sum £10; Joseph PARK, innkeeper, of Berwick upon Tweed
grant of administration to Addison Thomas Steavenson limited to the intestate's interest in property at Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1824/A115   22 September 1824
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; William WALTON, farmer, of Fenrother in the chapelry of Hebburn in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A116   24 September 1824
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ann SMITH, spinster, of Harton in the chapelry of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham
no penal sum given , however estate valued at £200

DPRI/3/1824/A117/1   17 September 1824
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; James ROBINSON, fellmonger, bachelor, of West Boldon in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1824/A117/2-5   14 September 1824
renunciation; James ROBINSON, fellmonger, bachelor, of West Boldon in the county of Durham
renunciation of Matthew Robinson, brother, nominating his brother Thomas Robinson to take out administration; exhibited, 28 Sep 1824

DPRI/3/1824/A118   18 May 1822
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Mary SIBBIT, spinster, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1824/A119/1-4   23 September 1824
administration bond, penal sum £10; Anthony ISACSON, esquire, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to Shireff Middleton limited to the intestate's interest in property at Bickerton Townfoot in the parish of Rothbury

DPRI/3/1824/A120   5 October 1824
administration bond, penal sum £100; Thomas BROWN, master mariner, bachelor, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A121   18 October 1824
administration bond, penal sum £30; Thomas ROBINSON, master mariner, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A122/1-4   5 October 1824
administration bond, penal sum £9; James STEWART, merchant, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to John Muers limited to the intestate's interest in property at Warkworth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A123/1-3   15 October 1824
administration bond, penal sum £9; Elizabeth FARROW, spinster, of Harperley in the chapelry of Witton in the county of Durham
grant of administration to John Hobson limited to the intestate's interest in property at Lanchester in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1824/A124   23 October 1824
administration bond, penal sum £100; Elizabeth TODD, spinster, of Chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1824/A125   22 October 1824
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Jane BOWIE, widow, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A126   26 October 1824
administration bond, penal sum £600; Edward HALL, master mariner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A127   26 October 1824
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann HALL, widow, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A128   29 October 1824
administration bond, penal sum £200; Elizabeth TURNER, spinster, of South Shields

DPRI/3/1824/A129   1 November 1824
administration bond, penal sum £400; Joseph MILBURN, mast-maker, block-maker, widower, of Gateshead

DPRI/3/1824/A130   26 October 1824
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; William HEDLEY, farmer, bachelor, of Davyshiel Hole in the parish of Elsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A131   2 November 1824
administration bond, penal sum £900; Sarah MASON, nee Taylorson, formerly Storer, of City of Durham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1824/A132   29 October 1824
administration bond, penal sum £200; Elizabeth JAMES, spinster, of Hallgarth Street in the parish of Saint Oswald in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1824/A133   28 October 1824
administration bond, penal sum £600; John COX, master mariner, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
estate revalued at £300

DPRI/3/1824/A134   27 October 1824
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Joshua DONKIN, ship-owner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A135   11 November 1824
administration bond, penal sum £600; Mary KIRKBY, nee Lee, of Kirkhaugh in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A136   12 November 1824
administration bond, penal sum £100; Jane ELLIOTT, widow, of George's Pitt in the parish of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A137   17 November 1824
administration bond, penal sum £600; John ATKINSON, yeoman, of Two Mile Houses in the parish of Norton ( Yarm ) in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1824/A138   20 November 1824
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Joseph CLARK, coal-fitter, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1824/A139   19 November 1824
administration bond, penal sum £200; Edward WALKER, shipwright, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1824/A140   26 November 1824
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; James DRIVER, master mariner, formerly of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland, but late of the merchant ship the Success

DPRI/3/1824/A141/1-4   20 November 1824
administration bond, penal sum £10; John COCKBURN, carpenter, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed
grant of administration to Joseph Trotter Thompkins limited to the intestate's interest in property at Berwick-upon-Tweed

DPRI/3/1824/A142/1-4   20 November 1824
administration bond, penal sum £10; John DOBSON, yeoman, of Harlow on the Hill in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Thomas Carr limited to the intestate's interest in property at Ovingham in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A143   1 December 1824
administration bond, penal sum £600; Anthony COOK, schoolmaster, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1824/A144/1   27 November 1824
administration bond, penal sum £18,000; Edmund CRASTER, esquire, widower, of Preston in the parish of Ellingham in the county of Northumberland. Died October 1824

DPRI/3/1824/A144/2-4   12 November 1824
renunciation; Edmund CRASTER, esquire, widower, of Preston in the parish of Ellingham in the county of Northumberland. Died October 1824
renunciation of Shafto Craster, brother, and Mary Craster, sister, and Ann Wood (nee Craster), sister; exhibited, 13 Nov 1824

DPRI/3/1824/A145   29 November 1824
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas JOHNSON, deputy overman, of formerly of Walker but late of Caterick Building in the chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1824/A146   29 November 1824
administration bond, penal sum £400; James Smith WATSON, bachelor, of Facey's Park in the parish of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A147   10 December 1824
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Henry HARRISON, surgeon, of Ryton in the parish of Ryton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1824/A148   11 December 1824
administration bond, penal sum £100; Alice KING, widow, of Allergate in the chapelry of Saint Margaret in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1824/A149   13 December 1824
administration bond, penal sum £40; Robert CUSSON, blacksmith, of Coxhoe in the parish of Kelloe in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1824/A150   9 December 1824
administration bond, penal sum £40; Mary COULSON, nee Johnson, of Howden Pans in the parish of Wallsend in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A151   16 December 1824
administration bond, penal sum £400; Robert PEACOCK, innkeeper, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1824/A152   18 December 1824
administration bond, penal sum £900; George GIBSON, cheesemonger, bachelor, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newvastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1824/A153/1-4   2 December 1824
administration bond, penal sum £10; John KENT, boat-builder, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
grant of administration to John Clayton limited to the intestate's interest in property at Hillgate alias Saint Mary Gate in Gateshead

DPRI/3/1824/A154/1-4   2 December 1824
administration bond, penal sum £10; John KING, gentleman, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to John Clayton limited to the intestate's interest in property at Hillgate, Gateshead, Co. Durham

DPRI/3/1824/A155/1-7   15 December 1824
administration bond, penal sum £10; Snow CLAYTON, merchant, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to John Tinley limited to the intestate's interest in property at Pilgrim Street, Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1824/A156/1   18 December 1824
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Thomas ROBINSON, farmer, widower, of Southwick

DPRI/3/1824/A156/2   18 December 1824
affidavit; Thomas ROBINSON, farmer, widower, of Southwick
relating to standing of bondsmen

DPRI/3/1824/A157   30 December 1824
administration bond, penal sum £40; Margaret Newton SHAW, formerly Shew, spinster, of Gateshead

DPRI/3/1824/A158   28 December 1824
administration bond, penal sum £600; Thomas Foster WILLS, master mariner, of Sunderland near the sea

DPRI/3/1824/A159   5 February 1824
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Philip HESLETON, gentleman, widower, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted for goods left unadministered by son of deceased (since also deceased)

Will bonds 1824
Reference: DPRI/3/1824/T
DPRI/3/1824/T1   6 January 1824
will bond, penal sum £1,600; Michael ALDERSON, gentleman, of Langton in the parish of Staindrop in the county of Durham. Died 9 July 1823
administration granted to Margaret Alderson, only child and residuary legatee, one executor having died and the other having been cited and refused to prove the will.

DPRI/3/1824/T2   14 February 1824
will bond, penal sum £400; John FORSTER, yeoman, of High Flatts in the parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
administration granted to John Forster and Elizabeth Mason, the only children and residuary legatees, the relict and original residuary legatee having died.

DPRI/3/1824/T3/1   11 March 1824
will bond, penal sum £400; Jacob JOBSON, publican, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham. Died 19 November 1818
administration granted to Jacob Menham, nephew and residuary legatee, the relict and sole executrix having died.

DPRI/3/1824/T3/2   11 March 1824
certificate of oath of estate value; Jacob JOBSON, publican, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham. Died 19 November 1818

DPRI/3/1824/T4   22 March 1824
will bond, penal sum £3,000; Stephen GOFTON, coal-fitter, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
grant of administration to Elizabeth Gofton, daughter and one of the residurary legatees; William Gofton, son and other residuary legatee being a minor and William Lee, the sole executor having renounced.

DPRI/3/1824/T5/1   25 March 1824
will bond, penal sum £900; Mary SUDDISS, widow of John Suddiss, butcher, widow, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed
grant of administration to sister and residuary legatee, the sole executor having renounced

DPRI/3/1824/T5/2   9 March 1824
letter of request; Mary SUDDISS, widow of John Suddiss, butcher, widow, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed
request from Durham to magistrates in Selkirk, North Britain, to take oath

DPRI/3/1824/T5/3   25 March 1824
certificate of oath; Mary SUDDISS, widow of John Suddiss, butcher, widow, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed
reply from magistrates in Selkirk to Durham

DPRI/3/1824/T6   8 May 1824
will bond, penal sum £400; John CANT, mariner, of Alston in the county of Cumberland. Died 11 February 1822
administration granted to Ruth Bainbridge, mother and residuary legatee, no executor having been named.

DPRI/3/1824/T7   5 July 1824
will bond, penal sum £900; Edward GREY, farmer, of Mount Pleasant in the parish of Bedlington in the county of Durham
administration granted to relict and universal legatee during her widowhood, the executors having renounced.

DPRI/3/1824/T8   8 July 1824
will bond, penal sum £600; Michael COOK, labourer, of township of North Gosforth in the parish of Gosforth in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to son and legatee, the executors having refused or declined to act and the relict and residuary legatee having died.

DPRI/3/1824/T9   6 May 1824
will bond, penal sum £3,000; Sarah LEGG, spinster, of East Rainton in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham
administration granted to Lewis Pattison Legg, the son and sole executor of Lewis Legg, deceased, brother, sole executor and residuary legatee of Sarah Legg

DPRI/3/1824/T10   12 June 1824
will bond, penal sum £3,000; Robert WESH, farmer, widower, of West Morton(Murton)in the parish of Sedgefield in the county of Durham. Died May 1824
administration granted to three of the sons and legatees, no executor having been named.

DPRI/3/1824/T11   29 May 1824
will bond, penal sum £1,600; Esther DAVIDSON, widow, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed. Died 7 March 1821

DPRI/3/1824/T12/1-12   29 May 1824
will bond, penal sum £10; John JEFFERSON, yeoman, of Norton in the County of Durham
grant of administration to Matthew Bowser limited to the testator's interest in property at Elwick

DPRI/3/1824/T13   1 September 1824
will bond, penal sum £2,000; Thomas BREWIS, the elder, farmer, of Throphill in the parish of Mitford in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to sons and residuary legatees, the relict and residuary legatee having died

DPRI/3/1824/T14   13 May 1824
will bond, penal sum £900; Richard ATKINSON, sub-curate of Darlington, clerk, of Darlington in the county of Durham
administration granted to relict and residuary legatee, no executor having been named

DPRI/3/1824/T15   11 September 1824
will bond, penal sum £400; William THOMPSON, miner, yeoman, of Alston in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
administration granted to Mary Thompson, relict and administratrix of Robert Thompson who was the executor and one of the residuary legatees of the testator.

DPRI/3/1824/T16/1-4   3 September 1824
will bond, penal sum £1,600; Jane LOWES, widow, of parish of St Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died August 1794
grant of administration to Henry Dale, limited to two thirds of the testatrix's interest in property at Sandyford Stone

DPRI/3/1824/T16/5-7   20 August 1824
power of attorney; Jane LOWES, widow, of parish of St Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died August 1794
attorney nominated to apply for grant of administration, limited to the testatrix's interest in property at Sandyford Stone

DPRI/3/1824/T17/1-11   6 December 1824
will bond, penal sum £10; William WILSON, barrister-at-law, esquire, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to John Lindsay limited to the testator's interest in property at Thropton, Rothbury

DPRI/3/1824/T18/1   19 November 1824
will bond, penal sum £500; Thomas SNOWDON, farmer, of Hawthorn in the county of Durham
administration granted to Mark and Ann Snowdon, residuary legatees, the surviving executor having renounced

DPRI/3/1824/T19   13 November 1824
will bond, penal sum £8,000; John TURNER, gentleman, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 30 April 1824
grant of administration of goods left unadministered to Margaret Turner, daughter; Mary Turner, widow and administratrix, having died

DPRI/3/1824/T20/1   17 December 1824
will bond, penal sum £400; Ann DAWSON, widow of Thomas Dawson, overman, widow, of Middle Rainton in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham. Died September 1824
administration granted to Francis Carr, the uncle, one of the next of kin and curator or guardian lawfully elected by and assigned to John Dawson, a minor, the executor having renounced.

DPRI/3/1824/T20/2-3   15 December 1824
renunciation; Ann DAWSON, widow of Thomas Dawson, overman, widow, of Middle Rainton in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham. Died September 1824
renunciation of John Carr, sole executor and residuary legatee in trust

DPRI/3/1824/T21   6 November 1824
will bond, penal sum £3,000; John DODSHON, gentleman, of Shadforth in the parish of Pittington in the county of Durham. Died March 1823
administration granted to Thomas Walton, the natural and lawful father and as such the natural guardian of Stephen Walton a minor, sole surviving executor.

DPRI/3/1824/T22   18 December 1824
will bond, penal sum £3,000; Thomas PATTERSON, overman, of Gateshead in the county of Durham. Died 10 February 1815
administration granted to James Patterson, nephew and principal legatee, Elizabeth Patterson, widow and universal legatee for life having died.

DPRI/3/1824/T23/1   24 December 1824
will bond, penal sum £2,000; James BONNER, esquire, formerly of Calcutta in the East Indies, late of Tweedmouth in the county palatine of Durham. Died July 1824
administration granted to Andrew Haig, curator or guardian lawfully elected by and assigned to the children of the testator, the executors and residuary legatees in trust having renounced.

DPRI/3/1824/T23/2-3   6 December 1824
renunciation; James BONNER, esquire, formerly of Calcutta in the East Indies, late of Tweedmouth in the county palatine of Durham. Died July 1824
renunciation of Thomas and George Gilchrist, executors

DPRI/3/1824/T23/4-6   7 December 1824
election of guardianship; James BONNER, esquire, formerly of Calcutta in the East Indies, late of Tweedmouth in the county palatine of Durham. Died July 1824

DPRI/3/1824/T23/7-9   7 December 1824
acceptance of guardianship; James BONNER, esquire, formerly of Calcutta in the East Indies, late of Tweedmouth in the county palatine of Durham. Died July 1824

DPRI/3/1824/T24/1   26 November 1824
will bond, penal sum £1,600; Matthew HUNTER, gentleman, of Byker Hill in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Thomas Carr the attorney of Cuthbert Teasdale, a private soldier, now stationed in Ireland, the sole executor named by the testator.

DPRI/3/1824/T24/2-4   11 May 1824
power of attorney; Matthew HUNTER, gentleman, of Byker Hill in the county of Northumberland
exhibited 24 Nov 1824

DPRI/3/1824/T25/1-4   30 December 1824
will bond, penal sum £10; William BIGGE, esquire, of Little Benton in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Charles William Bigge, limited to the testator's interest in property at Westgate, Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1824/T26   4 August 1824
will bond, penal sum £36,000; Thomas JAMES, esquire, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
first grant of administration to William James, brother, sole executor and residuary legatee; grant of administration of goods left unadministered to Elizabeth Bulmer, heretofore the relict and administrix of William James.

Administration bonds 1825
Reference: DPRI/3/1825/A
DPRI/3/1825/A1   3 January 1825
administration bond, penal sum £40; Thomas PEARSON, tailor, bachelor, of Bishop Middleham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A2   5 January 1825
administration bond, penal sum £100; William WRIGHT, the younger, labourer, of Great Aycliffe in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A3   12 January 1825
administration bond, penal sum £400; Jeremiah TROTTER, keelman, of Ouseburn in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1825/A4   13 January 1825
administration bond, penal sum £40; William HEDLEY, husbandman, widower, of Lanchester in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A5   17 January 1825
administration bond, penal sum £600; Paul SHARP, master mariner, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A6   7 December 1824
administration bond, penal sum £900; Margaret SMITH, widow, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A7   13 January 1825
administration bond, penal sum £600; William SMITH, mariner, bachelor, of Stockton upon Tees

DPRI/3/1825/A8/1-4   22 January 1825
administration bond, penal sum £10; Mary BELLAMY, of Sunderland
grant of administration to Robert Reay limited to the intestate's interest in property at Low Street Sunderland

DPRI/3/1825/A9   27 January 1825
administration bond, penal sum £600; James BRYDON, glass-man, widower, of Glass House Bridge, Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1825/A10   17 January 1825
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Robert DRYDEN, ship-owner, bachelor, of Hartley in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A11   11 January 1825
administration bond, penal sum £400; Jane SUMMERVILL, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A12   18 January 1825
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Isabella HINDMARSH, spinster, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A13   27 January 1825
administration bond, penal sum £200; Christopher SIMPSON, pitman, of Milburn Place in Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A14   27 January 1825
administration bond, penal sum £40; John TATE, banksman, widower, of William Pit in the parish of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A15   29 January 1827
administration bond, penal sum £100; Ruth SOWERBY, of Stainton in the chapelry of Barnard Castle in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A16   29 January 1825
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Edward Selby PRINGLE, gentleman, of Milburn Place in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A17/1-3   31 January 1825
administration bond, penal sum £10; Elizabeth SHIELD, of South Shileds in the county of Durham
grant of administration to George Lockey limited to the intestate's legacy of £150 ??

DPRI/3/1825/A18   28 January 1825
administration bond, penal sum £200; Anthony NISH, yeoman, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1825/A19   4 February 1825
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ann ADDISON, widow, of Tanfield in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A20   4 February 1825
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Thomas WILKINSON, gentleman, of North Bailey in the city of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A21   5 February 1825
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; John Barker CALVERT, master mariner, bachelor, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A22   9 February 1825
administration bond, penal sum £600; Delaval SHAFTO, esquire, bachelor, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A23   8 February 1825
administration bond, penal sum £400; William MOODY, carrier, of Alnwick

DPRI/3/1825/A24   12 February 1825
administration bond, penal sum £10; Elizabeth BOYD, formerly Dalgliesh, spinster, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1825/A25   12 February 1825
administration bond, penal sum £8,000; Edward EMBLETON, gentleman, bachelor, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland. Died 1 January 1825

DPRI/3/1825/A26   15 February 1825
administration bond, penal sum £200; John FAIRBAIRN, butcher, bachelor, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland. Died 16 January 1825

DPRI/3/1825/A27   17 February 1825
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Robert SCOTT, master mariner, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A28/1   17 February 1825
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Francis COLLINGWOOD, gentleman, of Holliwell in the parish of Brancepeth within the county of Durham. Died 1784

DPRI/3/1825/A28/2   17 February 1825
certificate of oath of estate value; Francis COLLINGWOOD, gentleman, of Holliwell in the parish of Brancepeth within the county of Durham. Died 1784

DPRI/3/1825/A28/3-4   11 February 1825
letter of request; Francis COLLINGWOOD, gentleman, of Holliwell in the parish of Brancepeth within the county of Durham. Died 1784
request from Durham to London to take oath

DPRI/3/1825/A28/5   17 February 1825
certificate of oath; Francis COLLINGWOOD, gentleman, of Holliwell in the parish of Brancepeth within the county of Durham. Died 1784
reply from London to Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A29   21 February 1825
administration bond, penal sum £200; George WATSON, grocer, widower, of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A30/1   1 February 1825
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; John ROBSON, gentleman, bachelor, of Charlton Hill in the parish of Bellingham in the coun ty of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A30/2   1 February 1825
certificate of oath of estate value; John ROBSON, gentleman, bachelor, of Charlton Hill in the parish of Bellingham in the coun ty of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A31   23 February 1825
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann BATES, spinster, of Ponteland in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A32/1   9 February 1825
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas MASON, farmer, of Barmston in the parish of Haughton-le-Skerne in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A32/2   9 February 1825
certificate of oath; Thomas MASON, farmer, of Barmston in the parish of Haughton-le-Skerne in the county of Durham
reply from Chester to Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A32/3-4   26 January 1825
letter of request; Thomas MASON, farmer, of Barmston in the parish of Haughton-le-Skerne in the county of Durham
request from Durham to Chester to take oath

DPRI/3/1825/A33   7 March 1825
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas BROWN, master mariner, of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1825/A34   5 March 1825
administration bond, penal sum £40; Ann FENWICK, widow, of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A35   5 March 1825
administration bond, penal sum £200; Elizabeth BLAKEY, widow, of Stockton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A36   25 February 1825
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; John DIXON, druggist, bachelor, of Darlington

DPRI/3/1825/A37   4 March 1825
administration bond, penal sum £900; James SCOTT, master mariner, of Malings Rigg, Sunderland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A38   11 March 1825
administration bond, penal sum £40; Margery SOUTHERN, widow, of Longbenton

DPRI/3/1825/A39/1   21 February 1825
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Humphrey RANSON, publican, bachelor, of Stannington in the county of Northumberland
Administration originally granted 21 Dec 1818 but left undaministered by next of kin since deceased

DPRI/3/1825/A39/2   21 February 1825
certificate of oath of estate value; Humphrey RANSON, publican, bachelor, of Stannington in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A40/1-8   1 March 1825
administration bond, penal sum £10; George BURLEY, gentleman, of Lincolns Inn in the county of Middlesex. Died 25 December 1823
grant of administration to Joseph Bainbridge limited to the deceased's interest in property at Monk Hesledon

DPRI/3/1825/A40/9-11   31 January 1825
renunciation; George BURLEY, gentleman, of Lincolns Inn in the county of Middlesex. Died 25 December 1823
(limited) renunciation of John Burley and William Burley, sons and executors

DPRI/3/1825/A41   17 March 1825
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; John Prissick PORRITT, gentleman, of Clapton in the parish of Greatham in the County of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A42   18 March 1825
administration bond, penal sum £100; John PEARSON, yeoman, of Kelloe in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A43   22 March 1825
administration bond, penal sum £100; Ralph CHATERS, mariner, widower, of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1825/A44/1   23 March 1825
administration bond, penal sum £100; Robert BROWN, yeoman, bachelor, of Chivington Woodside in the parish of Felton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A44/2   16 March 1825
certificate of estate value; Robert BROWN, yeoman, bachelor, of Chivington Woodside in the parish of Felton in the county of Northumberland
letter from the manager of Morpeth Savings Bank relating to estate value

DPRI/3/1825/A45   23 March 1825
administration bond, penal sum £600; John LILLY, master mariner, of Seaton Sluice in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A46   5 April 1825
administration bond, penal sum £100; William WHITE, hardwareman, bachelor, of Sunderland

DPRI/3/1825/A47   8 April 1825
administration bond, penal sum £50; William ASKEY, victualler, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1825/A48   7 April 1825
administration bond, penal sum £100; Joseph HALL, joiner, of South Shields

DPRI/3/1825/A49   11 April 1825
administration bond, penal sum £200; William HODSON, accountant, of Sunderland

DPRI/3/1825/A50   13 April 1825
administration bond, penal sum £200; James GOWENS, yeoman, of Ogle South Farm in the parish of Whalton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A51   20 April 1825
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas TAYLOR, watchmaker, of Darlington in the county of Durham
endorsed with affirmation dated 20 April 1825, on the verso

DPRI/3/1825/A52   22 April 1825
administration bond, penal sum £400; Joseph William ROBINSON, common brewer, bachelor, of South Blyth in the parish of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A53   23 April 1825
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; John JOPPIN, esquire, of Northumberland Street in the chapelry of St Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1825/A54   6 April 1825
administration bond, penal sum £400; William WEALLANS, gentleman, bachelor, of Harton in the parish of Jarrow in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A55   7 May 1825
administration bond, penal sum £200; George KIRKLEY, colliery wright, of Longbenton

DPRI/3/1825/A56   9 May 1825
administration bond, penal sum £100; John WALTON, labourer, bachelor, of Sherburne House in the county of Durham
no penal sum shown on document, but estate was valued at under £50, and bond would accordingly have been for £100

DPRI/3/1825/A57   7 May 1825
administration bond, penal sum £200; William HALL, innkeeper, of Elsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A58/1   4 May 1825
administration bond, penal sum £100; William SANDERSON, yeoman, of Whalton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A58/2   undated
certificate of estate value; William SANDERSON, yeoman, of Whalton in the county of Northumberland
certificate from the manager of Morpeth Savings Bank relating to estate value

DPRI/3/1825/A59   12 May 1825
administration bond, penal sum £600; Hugh WALTON, yeoman, of Nest in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A60/1-4   10 May 1825
administration bond, penal sum £10; Thomas BELL, blacksmith, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Robert Thorp limited to the intestate's interest in property at Bailiffgate, Alnwick

DPRI/3/1825/A61/1-3   16 May 1825
administration bond, penal sum £10; William DIXON, gentleman, of Fenwick in the parish of Stamfordham in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Nathaniel Hollingsworth limited to the intestate's interest in property at High House, Low House and Water Corn Mill at Stamfordham

DPRI/3/1825/A62   20 April 1825
administration bond, penal sum £400; James MORRISON, minister of the gospel, clerk, of Norham

DPRI/3/1825/A63   21 May 1825
administration bond, penal sum £900; Ann RICHARDSON, widow, of Sunderland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A64/1   30 May 1825
administration bond, penal sum £100; George BROWN, butcher, widower, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A64/2   undated
certificate of estate value; George BROWN, butcher, widower, of South Shields in the county of Durham
certificate of value of the deceased's savings

DPRI/3/1825/A65   28 May 1825
administration bond, penal sum £600; Jane WHITFIELD, widow, of Dryburn in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A66   3 June 1825
administration bond, penal sum £600; Mary DIXON, widow, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A67   3 June 1825
administration bond, penal sum £100; John TAYLOR, colliery agent, of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A68   9 June 1825
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; George HUDSON, gentleman, of Pelton in the parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham. Died 18 January 1821

DPRI/3/1825/A69/1   31 March 1825
administration bond, penal sum £8,000; Elizabeth BLAKE, spinster, of Twizell Castle in the parish of Norham

DPRI/3/1825/A69/2-3   5 March 1825
letter of request; Elizabeth BLAKE, spinster, of Twizell Castle in the parish of Norham
request from Durham to London to take oath

DPRI/3/1825/A69/4-5   31 March 1825
certificate of oath; Elizabeth BLAKE, spinster, of Twizell Castle in the parish of Norham
reply from London to Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A70   13 June 1825
administration bond, penal sum £5,000; Ann HOWEY, widow, of Akeld House, in the parish of Kirknewton in county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A71/1   17 June 1825
administration bond, penal sum £100; Elizabeth GALLEY, widow, of parish of St Giles in the city of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A71/2   11 June 1825
certificate of estate value; Elizabeth GALLEY, widow, of parish of St Giles in the city of Durham
certificate of the deceased's savings bank account value

DPRI/3/1825/A72   17 June 1825
administration bond, penal sum £100; Jane TODD, widow, of Chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1825/A73   20 June 1825
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert GIBSON, farmer, of Greenhead in the chapelry of Shotley in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A74   15 June 1825
administration bond, penal sum £16,000; Elizabeth Ann WETHERELL, widow, of Darlington

DPRI/3/1825/A75/1   18 June 1825
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; John BRODIE, miller, bachelor, of Ayton Mill in the county of Berwick in North Britain

DPRI/3/1825/A75/2-3   3 June 1825
renunciation; John BRODIE, miller, bachelor, of Ayton Mill in the county of Berwick in North Britain
renunciation of Elizabeth Landell, Mary Landell and Dorothy Brodie, sisters of the deceased

DPRI/3/1825/A76   30 June 1825
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Edward Aitkin DAVIDSON, grocer, tea-dealer, of Chapelry of St Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1825/A77   25 June 1825
administration bond, penal sum £40; Jonathan PEARSON, miner, of Middlehouses in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A78   29 June 1825
administration bond, penal sum £200; Charles OLIVER, labourer, of Chapelry of St Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1825/A79/1   31 December 1824
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; David PRATT, esquire, of borough and parish of Berwick on Tweed

DPRI/3/1825/A79/2   31 December 1824
certificate of oath of estate value; David PRATT, esquire, of borough and parish of Berwick on Tweed

DPRI/3/1825/A79/3   21 December 1824
certificate of oath; David PRATT, esquire, of borough and parish of Berwick on Tweed
reply from the magistrates of Edinburgh to Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A79/4-5   19 November 1824
letter of request; David PRATT, esquire, of borough and parish of Berwick on Tweed
request from Durham to the magistrates of Edinburgh to take oath

DPRI/3/1825/A80   5 July 1825
administration bond, penal sum £600; Edward HALL, farmer, of North Pasture in the parish of Boldon the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A81/1   8 July 1825
administration bond, penal sum £600; Elizabeth CARGILL, widow, of East Ballast Hill within the liberties of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 18 June 1825

DPRI/3/1825/A81/2-4   5 July 1825
renunciation; Elizabeth CARGILL, widow, of East Ballast Hill within the liberties of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 18 June 1825
renunciation of William Nesham and Elizabeth Nesham, daughter

DPRI/3/1825/A82   16 May 1825
administration bond, penal sum £200; John HUGHF, butcher, bachelor, of Heighington in the county of Durham
Admon dated and passed the seal 13.7.1825

DPRI/3/1825/A83   12 July 1825
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; George TINLEY, ship-owner, bachelor, formerly of Dockwray Square, Tynemouth, late of Kingston in the Island of Jamaica

DPRI/3/1825/A84/1-3   14 July 1825
administration bond, penal sum £10; Alexander ANDERSON, yeoman, of Sunderland in the parish of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland [North Sunderland]
grant of administration to Addison Thomas Steavenson limited to the intestate's interest in property at Blackley Close, Alnwick

DPRI/3/1825/A85
Number apparently not used by probate office: not found in DPRI/7 index books

DPRI/3/1825/A86/1   8 June 1825
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; Alderson Hartley COLLING, gentleman, esquire, bachelor, of Hurworth in the parish of Hurworth-on-Tees in the county of Durham. Died January 1812
administration granted to Robert Colling, the son and sole executor of the brother and former administrator of the deceased

DPRI/3/1825/A86/2   8 June 1825
certificate of oath of estate value; Alderson Hartley COLLING, gentleman, esquire, bachelor, of Hurworth in the parish of Hurworth-on-Tees in the county of Durham. Died January 1812

DPRI/3/1825/A86/3-4   3 June 1825
renunciation; Alderson Hartley COLLING, gentleman, esquire, bachelor, of Hurworth in the parish of Hurworth-on-Tees in the county of Durham. Died January 1812
renunciation by Dorothy Theakston, sister

DPRI/3/1825/A87/1   12 July 1825
administration bond, penal sum £200; John YATES, merchant, bachelor, of Calcutta in the state of Bangal in the East Indies. Died April 1817
administration granted to Janet Grant, sister, the mother having died and the other sisters having renounced

DPRI/3/1825/A87/2   12 July 1825
certificate of oath; John YATES, merchant, bachelor, of Calcutta in the state of Bangal in the East Indies. Died April 1817
reply from the Magistrate in Edinburgh to Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A87/3-4   8 July 1825
letter of request; John YATES, merchant, bachelor, of Calcutta in the state of Bangal in the East Indies. Died April 1817
request from Durham to Magistrates of Edinburgh to take oath

DPRI/3/1825/A87/5-7   6 July 1825
renunciation; John YATES, merchant, bachelor, of Calcutta in the state of Bangal in the East Indies. Died April 1817
renunciation of Isobel Yates and Anne Yates, sisters, in favour of Janet Grant, their other sister

DPRI/3/1825/A88/1   14 July 1825
administration bond, penal sum £200; Margaret Hannah WATSON, spinster, of Warren House in Belford in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A88/2-4   7 July 1825
letter of request; Margaret Hannah WATSON, spinster, of Warren House in Belford in the county of Northumberland
with certificate of oath, 14 July 1825
request from Durham to London to take oath, with reply

DPRI/3/1825/A89   19 July 1825
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert RIDDELL, shepherd, of Ewart in the parish of Doddington in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A90   21 July 1825
administration bond, penal sum £100; Robert DELAP, pitman, of Wallsend in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A91   20 July 1825
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Thomas HETHERINGTON, farmer, of High Coniscliffe in the county of Durham
Memo stating additional security given in 1826. vid. Bond No. 139 when effect were sworn under £4,000

DPRI/3/1825/A92   10 June 1825
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Thomas WILKINSON, gentleman, of City of Durham
estate left unadministered by wife Ann Wilkinson, since deceased. Curators appointed for the 3 children

DPRI/3/1825/A93   30 July 1825
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Philip TIPLADY, farmer, of Plawsworth in the parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A94/1-3   26 July 1825
administration bond, penal sum £10; John HARLE, yeoman, of Kirkwhelpington in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Robert Coxon limited to the intestate's interest in property at Davysheelhope, Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A95/1   2 July 1825
administration bond, penal sum £200; George GREY, esquire, widower, of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration re-granted to Charles, Earl Grey, the son and executor of the former administratrix

DPRI/3/1825/A95/2-3   24 June 1825
letter of request; George GREY, esquire, widower, of Newcastle upon Tyne
request from Durham to London to take oath

DPRI/3/1825/A95/4-5   2 July 1825
certificate of oath; George GREY, esquire, widower, of Newcastle upon Tyne
reply from London to Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A96   11 July 1825
administration bond, penal sum £40; Robert ROSS, linen-draper, woollen-draper, bachelor, of Norham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A97   15 August 1825
administration bond, penal sum £40; George BLENKINSOP, yeoman, bachelor, of West Dean House in the parish of Jarrow in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A98   22 August 1825
administration bond, penal sum £200; Matthew WHITFIELD, publican, of parish of St Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1825/A99   22 August 1825
administration bond, penal sum £400; Jane OUTTERSON, formerly Easterby, nee Byers, of Tunstall in the parish of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A100   20 August 1825
administration bond, penal sum £700; James THOMPSON, farmer, bachelor, of South Church in the parish of Auckland St Andrew in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A101   30 July 1825
administration bond, penal sum £400; William BROWN, brickmaker, tile-maker, of Cockton Mill in the parish of St Andrew Auckland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A102   27 August 1825
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Jane WARDELL, widow, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A103   27 August 1825
administration bond, penal sum £400; William SURTEES, smith, widower, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1825/A104/1-4   30 August 1825
administration bond, penal sum £10; Joseph WHITFIELD, stationer, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to Henry Ingledew limited to the intestate's interest in property at Shilford and Broomhough in the parish of Bywell St Andrew, Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A105   10 September 1825
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Joseph FINNEY, engineer, of Lemington in the parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A106   6 September 1825
administration bond, penal sum £400; James STEPHENSON, shipwright, of Chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1825/A107   6 September 1825
administration bond, penal sum £200; William JOBSON, publican, of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A108   17 September 1825
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Thomas WALTON, miner, of Middleton in Teesdale in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A109   24 September 1825
administration bond, penal sum £900; Robert BELL, husbandman, of Old House in the parish of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A110   27 September 1825
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; William ALDER, innkeeper, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1825/A111   26 September 1825
administration bond, penal sum £900; Margaret GRIEVE, spinster, of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A112   13 September 1825
administration bond, penal sum £200; George SUMMERS, cattle jobber, bachelor, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A113   5 August 1825
administration bond, penal sum £8,000; Joshua DONKIN, ship-owner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
estate revalued at £4,000

DPRI/3/1825/A114   24 September 1825
administration bond, penal sum £100; John BRODRICK, quarryman, bachelor, of Newbiggin in the parish of Woodhorn in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A115   10 October 1825
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas PEASCOD, innkeeper, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A116   3 September 1825
administration bond, penal sum £500; John POWELL, coal-fitter, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
estate left unadministered by Elizabeth Powell, sister and Jane Powell, widow both since deceased

DPRI/3/1825/A117   7 October 1825
administration bond, penal sum £500; Frances ARTHUR, widow, of Sunderland by the sea

DPRI/3/1825/A118   25 October 1825
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; John Lesslie TURNBULL, ship-owner, bachelor, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A119   25 October 1825
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ralph WRIGHT, yeoman, bachelor, of Hutton Henry in the parish of Monk Hesledon in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A120   19 August 1825
administration bond, penal sum £1,852; William CLARK, gentleman, of Killerby in the parish of Heighington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A121   26 October 1825
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; John LOCKEY, tailor, of North Biddick in the parish of Washington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A122   31 October 1825
administration bond, penal sum £200; William DIXON, corn-merchant, widower, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1825/A123   31 October 1825
administration bond, penal sum £400; William COLPITTS, tide-surveyor, of Howden Pans in the parish of Wallsend in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A124/1-4   28 October 1825
administration bond, penal sum £10; Mark AINSLEY, gentleman, of Gallowhill in the parish of Bolam in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to John Martin limited to the intestate's interest in property at Warden

DPRI/3/1825/A125   5 November 1825
administration bond, penal sum £100; Ann DOBISON, nee Richardson, of Chilton inn the parsih of Herrington in County Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A126   7 November 1825
administration bond, penal sum £400; Elizabeth HUNTER, spinster, of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A127   10 November 1825
administration bond, penal sum £200; John WATSON, yeoman, widower, of Cadgerhill in the parish of Ryton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A128   16 November 1825
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Robert COLLINSON, master mariner, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A129   12 November 1825
administration bond, penal sum £40; Mary BROWN, spinster, of Coldwell in the parish of Kirkwhelpington in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A130/1   18 November 1825
administration bond, penal sum £8,000; John Rowlandson THOMPSON, gentleman, bachelor, of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1825/A130/2   18 November 1825
certificate of oath; John Rowlandson THOMPSON, gentleman, bachelor, of Newcastle upon Tyne
reply from Chester to Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A130/3   18 November 1825
certificate of oath; John Rowlandson THOMPSON, gentleman, bachelor, of Newcastle upon Tyne
reply fom Chester to Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A130/4-5   11 November 1825
letter of request; John Rowlandson THOMPSON, gentleman, bachelor, of Newcastle upon Tyne
request from Durham to Chester (used as draft for letter of request relating to John Rochester of North Shields)

DPRI/3/1825/A131   21 November 1825
administration bond, penal sum £900; James MURRAY, grocer, of Hartley in the parish of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A132   26 November 1825
administration bond, penal sum £400; William WALKER, gentleman, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A133   8 November 1825
administration bond, penal sum £12,000; Edmund WATTS, gentleman, of Cowper in the chapelry of Horton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A134   3 December 1825
administration bond, penal sum £200; Sarah COWPER, nee Atkinson, of Sunderland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A135   5 December 1825
administration bond, penal sum £40; Thomas LONSDALE, pitman, of East Rainston in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A136   6 December 1825
administration bond, penal sum £400; William JOHNSON, master mariner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A137   1 December 1825
administration bond, penal sum £600; Ralph SCOTT, earthenware manufacturer, of Byker Buildings in the parochial Chapelry of All Saints without the walls but within the liberties of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1825/A138/1-4   9 December 1825
administration bond, penal sum £10; William YIELDER, gentleman, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to Robert Walters limited to the intestate's interest in property at Sidgate near Barras Bridge, Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1825/A139   16 September 1825
administration bond, penal sum £900; William BRACKNELL, gentleman, formerly of the city of Durham, but late of Wolsingham
estate revalued at £450

DPRI/3/1825/A140   10 December 1825
administration bond, penal sum £900; Jospeh HARRISON, collieries viewer, colliery viewer, bachelor, of Sighill in the Chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A141   15 December 1825
administration bond, penal sum £900; Robert RONTREE, publican, of South Street in the Chapelry of St. Margaret in or near the city of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A142   17 December 1825
administration bond, penal sum £400; John WAUGH, yeoman, bachelor, of Lanchester in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A143/1-7   9 December 1825
administration bond, penal sum £10; John ROBSON, wine-merchant, gentleman, formerly of the city of Durham, late of Darlington in the county of Durham
grant of administration to Robert Walters limited to the intestate's interest in property at Howden Pans in the chapelry of Wallsend.

DPRI/3/1825/A144/1-7   9 December 1825
administration bond, penal sum £10; Ann SHAFTO, spinster, of Chapelry of All Saints in the town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to Robert Walters limited to the intestate's interest in property at Howden Pans in Wallsend Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A145/1-7   9 December 1825
administration bond, penal sum £10; Martha RAWLINSON, widow, of Lancaster in the county of Lancaster
grant of administration to Robert Walters limited to the intestate's interest in property at Howden pans, Wallsend Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A146/1-7   9 December 1825
administration bond, penal sum £10; John DUNN, esquire, of Tonnoch side near Glasgow, North Britain
grant of administration to Robert Walters limited to the intestate's interest in property at Howden Pans, Wallsend, Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A147/1-7   9 December 1825
administration bond, penal sum £10; Ann ORD, spinster, of Wooler in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Robert Walters limited to the intestate's interest in property at Howden Pans, Wallsend, Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A148   20 December 1825
administration bond, penal sum £400; William HODON, nail-maker, of Winlaton in the parish of Ryton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A149   30 December 1825
administration bond, penal sum £200; William THOMPSON, tailor, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A150   21 December 1825
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; John DOUGLAS, farmer, of Eals in the parish of Greystead in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A151   20 December 1825
administration bond, penal sum £100; John COWANS, whitesmith, of Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1825/A152   26 December 1825
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ann SIMPSON, widow, of parish of St. Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1825/A153   20 December 1825
administration bond, penal sum £400; Margaret BURRELL, spinster, of Shilbottle in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A154   17 December 1825
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Robert BELL, husbandman, of Ped House in the parish of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A155   23 December 1825
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ralph COLE, master mariner, of Toll Square near North Shields in the parsih of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A156/1   27 December 1825
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Anthony STORY, esquire, of Newbottle in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A156/2   27 December 1825
certificate of oath of estate value; Anthony STORY, esquire, of Newbottle in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/A156/3-4   26 December 1825
renunciation; Anthony STORY, esquire, of Newbottle in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham
renunciation of Mary Ann Reed and Julia Story, the other next of kin; exhibited, 29 Dec 1825

DPRI/3/1825/A157/1-4   26 December 1825
administration bond, penal sum £10; John NEVISON, of Spring Garden Street, Sunderland
grant of administration to George Cockburn limited to the intestate's interest in property at Spring Garden Street, Sunderland

DPRI/3/1825/A158/1-3   30 May 1825
administration bond, penal sum £10; George FARQUHAR, esquire, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland. Died 1795
grant of administration to Thomas Adams Russell limited to the deceased's interest in property at Rothbury, Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A158/4-6   6 May 1825
renunciation; George FARQUHAR, esquire, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland. Died 1795
(limited) renunciation by two surviving executors, two others having died.

DPRI/3/1825/A159   13 August 1825
administration bond, penal sum £200; John BAXTER, miner, of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1825/A160   10 August 1825
administration bond, penal sum £600; Joseph PARKS, innkeeper, of Berwick upon Tweed

Will bonds 1825
Reference: DPRI/3/1825/T
DPRI/3/1825/T1   22 February 1825
will bond, penal sum £600; Joseph GALLOWAY, bricklayer, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to Sarah Galloway, relict, the surviving executor and also the daughter and residuary legatee having been cited

DPRI/3/1825/T2/1   7 January 1825
will bond, penal sum £200; Mary BLAKEY, widow, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 2 December 1824
administration granted to John Ridley, father of the three principal legatees (all minors) named in the will, the executor having renounced and there being no resdiduary legatee named

DPRI/3/1825/T2/2-3   7 January 1825
renunciation; Mary BLAKEY, widow, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 2 December 1824
renunciation of Robert Hedley of Benridge in Northumberland esquire, sole executor; exhibited 12 Jan 1825

DPRI/3/1825/T3/1-4   7 May 1825
will bond, penal sum £10; Jane HODGSHON, widow, of parish of Saint Andrews, Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham. Died 1713
grant of administration to William Bayley limited to the testator's interest in property at Bran King Moor, in the Parish of Darlington, County Durham.

DPRI/3/1825/T4/1   22 February 1825
will bond, penal sum £36,000; Nathan HORN, mast-maker, block-maker, esquire, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
grant in favour of Elizabeth Barras, daughter and one of the residuary legatees, the executor and other residuary legatees having renounced

DPRI/3/1825/T4/2-3   27 January 1825
renunciation; Nathan HORN, mast-maker, block-maker, esquire, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
renunciation by William Horn as executor, the other executor named in the will having pre-deceased the deceased

DPRI/3/1825/T4/4-6   19 February 1825
renunciation; Nathan HORN, mast-maker, block-maker, esquire, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
renunciation by the other surviving children.

DPRI/3/1825/T5/1   31 March 1825
will bond, penal sum £8,000; Isabella BLAKE, spinster, of Twizel [Twizle] castle in the parish of Norham in the county of Durham
grant of administration to Sir Francis Blake, brother, there being no executor named in the will

DPRI/3/1825/T5/2-3   5 March 1825
letter of request; Isabella BLAKE, spinster, of Twizel [Twizle] castle in the parish of Norham in the county of Durham
request from Durham to London to take oath

DPRI/3/1825/T5/4-5   31 March 1825
certificate of oath; Isabella BLAKE, spinster, of Twizel [Twizle] castle in the parish of Norham in the county of Durham
reply from London to Durham

DPRI/3/1825/T6/1   5 July 1825
will bond, penal sum £1,200; William SHOTTON, mariner, of Marden House in the Parish of Lesbury in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to the relict, the executors named in the will having renounced.

DPRI/3/1825/T6/2-4   18 February 1825
probate records; William SHOTTON, mariner, of Marden House in the Parish of Lesbury in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/T7/1   4 July 1825
will bond, penal sum £2,000; Thomas DODD, gentleman, of Woodhouse in the parish of Ryton in the county of Durham
administration granted to Margaret Dodd, relict and guardian of the deceased's two children, the executors having failed to act

DPRI/3/1825/T7/2-3   27 June 1825
election of guardian; Thomas DODD, gentleman, of Woodhouse in the parish of Ryton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/T7/4-6   27 June 1825
acceptance of guardianship; Thomas DODD, gentleman, of Woodhouse in the parish of Ryton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1825/T8   25 June 1825
will bond, penal sum £10; Francis LETT, master mariner, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
grant of administration to the daughters, the widow and sole executrix named in the will having survived but declined to execute the will.

DPRI/3/1825/T9   23 July 1825
will bond, penal sum £200; Samuel DYKES, sailcloth maker, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
grant of administration to the daughters, the widow and sole executrix named in the will having died before she had sought grant of administratiion.

DPRI/3/1825/T10/1   14 July 1825
will bond, penal sum £200; Joseph Yelloly WATSON, ensign in the Bengal Native Infantry, army ensign, of East Indies
grant of administration to the brother and residuary legatee, there being no executor named in the will.

DPRI/3/1825/T10/2-4   7 July 1825
letter of request; Joseph Yelloly WATSON, ensign in the Bengal Native Infantry, army ensign, of East Indies
request from Durham to London to take oath; commission executed at Great Bentley [Essex] by a surrogate of the Commissary of Essex, 14 July 1825

DPRI/3/1825/T11   11 July 1825
will bond, penal sum £400; Ralph JACKSON, publican, of Alnwick in Northumberland
grant of administration to creditors, the widow having been cited in Alnwick parish church and declined to administer the will.

DPRI/3/1825/T12/1-3   30 June 1825
will bond, penal sum £9; William GARDINER, of Green Arbour Court in the parish of Saint Sepulchre London
grant of administration to Thomas Overend the younger limited to the deceased's interest in property at Darlington, County Durham; Overend sworn 22 June 1825; date of item may be 13 June 1825 rather than 30 June 1825

DPRI/3/1825/T13/1   6 August 1825
will bond, penal sum £3,000; Robert BELL, farmer, of Burraton in the parish of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland
grant of letters of administration to the widow, the executors named in the will having renounced, and the residuary legatees being minors.

DPRI/3/1825/T13/2-4   28 July 1825
election of guardian; Robert BELL, farmer, of Burraton in the parish of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland
election by the son and daughter of their mother, Margaret Bell, as guardian.

DPRI/3/1825/T13/5-7   28 July 1825
acceptance of guardianship; Robert BELL, farmer, of Burraton in the parish of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland
acceptance of guardianship by the mother of the residuary lgatees, Thomas and Mary Bell, both minors.

DPRI/3/1825/T13/8-9   27 July 1825
renunciation; Robert BELL, farmer, of Burraton in the parish of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland
renunciation by the executors

DPRI/3/1825/T14/1-3   3 August 1825
will bond, penal sum £10; John CARR, esquire, parish of Cannongate in or near the city of Edinburgh in North Britain, formerly of Stockton. Died November 1820
grant of administration to John Carr, the son, limited to the intestate's interest in property at Ryhope, County Durham

DPRI/3/1825/T14/4-5   1 July 1825
renunciation; John CARR, esquire, parish of Cannongate in or near the city of Edinburgh in North Britain, formerly of Stockton. Died November 1820
renunciation by the executors

DPRI/3/1825/T15/1   18 August 1825
will bond, penal sum £200; George STOBBART, labourer, of Darlington in the county of Durham
grant of administration to the relict, the executors named in the wil having renounced.

DPRI/3/1825/T15/2-3   16 August 1825
renunciation; George STOBBART, labourer, of Darlington in the county of Durham
renunciation by the executors named in the will.

DPRI/3/1825/T16   29 September 1825
will bond, penal sum £2,000; Isabella TWIZELL, wife of John Twizell of West Boldon in the county of Durham gentleman, of South Shields in the county of Durham
grant of administration Margaret Hawn, daughter and legatee, the sole executor and residuary legatee John Harrup Henzell having died

DPRI/3/1825/T17   10 October 1825
will bond, penal sum £900; Margaret PATTISON, widow, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to Samuel Thorpe, one of the residuary legatees, the estate having been left unadministered by Robert Jobson, the sole executor named in the codicil, since also deceased.

DPRI/3/1825/T18/1   14 October 1825
will bond, penal sum £2,000; Thomas CHISMAN, whitesmith, iron-founder, of parish of Saint Nicholas in or near the city of Durham. Died 22 April 1825
grant of administration to the widow; the trustees and executors named in the will having renounced.
Endorsed with draft incomplete will bond relating to Alexander Adams of Newcastle (see DPRI/3/1820/T1/1)

DPRI/3/1825/T18/2-3   13 October 1825
renunciation; Thomas CHISMAN, whitesmith, iron-founder, of parish of Saint Nicholas in or near the city of Durham. Died 22 April 1825
renunciation by the trustees and executors

DPRI/3/1825/T19   19 September 1825
will bond, penal sum £10,000; William POTTS, farmer, of Richmond Hill
administration granted to George Potts, son, there being no executor or residuary legatee named

DPRI/3/1825/T20/1-8   15 October 1825
will bond, penal sum £10; William Alvey DARWIN, gentleman, New Sleaford in the county of Lincoln, formerly Grays Inn in the county of Middlesex
administration with the will annexed granted to Robert Coxen limited to the testator's interest in property at Edlinham, Northumberland

DPRI/3/1825/T21   16 November 1825
will bond, penal sum £900; Mary LEATHLEY, widow, of St Helen Auckland in the county of Durham
grant of administration to Margaret Lee, relict and Henry Hilton, the executors of Harrington Lee, sole executor and residuary legatee

DPRI/3/1825/T22/1   1 November 1825
will bond, penal sum £30,000; Sir Hedworth WILLIAMSON, baronet, of Whitburn in the county of Durham. Died 14 March 1810
grant of administration to Walter Scruton, son of Richard Scruton, deceased, sole acting executor of the residuary legatees in trust.

DPRI/3/1825/T22/2   1 November 1825
certificate of estate value; Sir Hedworth WILLIAMSON, baronet, of Whitburn in the county of Durham. Died 14 March 1810

DPRI/3/1825/T23   19 October 1825
will bond, penal sum £1,200; Samuel CALLBRATH, yeoman, of Gilligate in or near the city of Durham. (the Parish of Saint Giles in or near the City of Durham).
grant of administration to William Wade, the father and guardian of the minors and residuary legatees named in the will and codicil.

DPRI/3/1825/T24   6 October 1825
will bond, penal sum £350; Mary DICKINSON, widow, of Eals. Died March 1822
grant of administration to John Dickinson, nephew, the executor named in the will did not take on the probate of the will.

DPRI/3/1825/T25/1   3 December 1825
will bond, penal sum £6,000; Thomas POTTS, linen-draper, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to William Smith and Isaac Barker, creditors, the widow and executor named in the will having renounced.

DPRI/3/1825/T25/2-3   28 November 1825
renunciation; Thomas POTTS, linen-draper, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
renunciation by the widow in favour of two creditors.

DPRI/3/1825/T26/1-6   18 November 1825
will bond, penal sum £10; Robert ORD, Chief Baron of H.M. Court of Exchequer in Scotland, baron of the scottish exchequer. Died 12 February 1778
administration with the will annexed granted to James Southron on behalf of Cuthbert Rippon, limited to the testator's interest in property at Stanhope Hall, County Durham (1171 acres of land, farms, mill and smelt mill at Stanhope)

DPRI/3/1825/T26/7-10   11 November 1825
election of personal representative; Robert ORD, Chief Baron of H.M. Court of Exchequer in Scotland, baron of the scottish exchequer. Died 12 February 1778

DPRI/3/1825/T27/1-7   18 November 1825
will bond, penal sum £10; Sir Thomas GERY, knight, of Ealing in the county of Middlesex
administration with the will annexed granted to John Griffith, personal representatve of Cuthbert Rippon, limited to the testator's interest in property at Stanhope Hall and within the parish and township of Stanhope.

DPRI/3/1825/T27/8-11   11 November 1825
election of personal representative; Sir Thomas GERY, knight, of Ealing in the county of Middlesex
exhibited, 18 Nov 1825

DPRI/3/1825/T28   30 December 1825
will bond, penal sum £900; Thomas MORRIS, iron-founder, of Fatfield in the Parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham. Died 21 June 1825
grant of administration to John Morris, son, there being no executor or residuary legatee named

DPRI/3/1825/T29/1-4   27 January 1825
will bond, penal sum £10; Elizabeth LOWES, spinster, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to Salome Latitia Boucher, Charles Throp and Robert Leadbitter limited to the testator's interest in property at Saint Nicholas Churchyard, Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1825/T29/5-6   21 January 1825
letter of request; Elizabeth LOWES, spinster, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
request from Durham to Bath and Wells to take oath

DPRI/3/1825/T29/7   23 February 1825
certificate of oath; Elizabeth LOWES, spinster, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
reply from Bath and Wells to Durham

DPRI/3/1825/T30/1-3   30 May 1825
will bond, penal sum £10; Thomas ILDERTON, esquire, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to James Russell the younger limited to the testator's interest in property at Whitton, Rothbury, Northumberland.

DPRI/3/1825/T31/1-3   30 May 1825
will bond, penal sum £10; Edward WARD, gentleman, esquire, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland. Died 18 October 1776
administration granted to Thomas Adams Russell, limited to the testator's interest in property at Whitton, Rothbury; the executors John Ord and William Ward having died.

DPRI/3/1825/T32   15 October 1824
will bond, penal sum £700; Mary MAGENNIS, otherwise Jordan, Gallows hill in the county of Mayo, formerly of Rathduff in the parish of Kilbelfad (Kilbelfadd, Kilbelford) in the barowney of Tyrawley and county of Mayo
grant of administration to Edmond Jordan, husband. Administration granted, 28 Jan 1825.

Administration bonds 1826
Reference: DPRI/3/1826/A
DPRI/3/1826/A1   4 January 1826
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; William WHEATLEY, farmer, bachelor, of Shincliffe in the parish of Saint Oswald in the county of Durham. Died 19 May 1820

DPRI/3/1826/A2   19 January 1826
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ralph WALKER, keelman, of Burleigh Street Sunderland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A3   24 January 1826
administration bond, penal sum £800; Bridget DODDS, widow, of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A4   28 January 1826
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Utrick WALTON, miner, of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A5   2 February 1826
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; John Henry JOHNSON, gentleman, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A6/1-4   1 February 1826
administration bond, penal sum £10; William ANCRUM, of [?Weetwood] in the parish of Chatton in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration limited to the testator's interest in property in Lanton, Northumberland; the former administrator having died

DPRI/3/1826/A7/1   28 January 1826
administration bond, penal sum £100; John SOLESBY, pitman, of Fatfield in the parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A7/2   4 February 1826
certificate; John SOLESBY, pitman, of Fatfield in the parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
certificate of savings bank in Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1826/A8   6 February 1826
administration bond, penal sum £100; William BOWMAN, master mariner, Gateshead in the county of Durham, at Saint Petersburg in Russia

DPRI/3/1826/A9   23 January 1826
administration bond, penal sum £200; Edward OLIVER, shepherd, of Lumsden in the parish of Elsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A10   7 February 1826
administration bond, penal sum £400; John FOSTER, shoemaker, bachelor, of Stockton in the parish of Stockton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A11   6 February 1826
administration bond, penal sum £200; John Matthewson SWINBURN, grocer, bachelor, of Chatershaugh in the parish of Chetser le Street in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A12   13 February 1826
administration bond, penal sum £400; Cecilia COOK, heretofore Barnaby, widow, of Sandgate in the chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1826/A13   10 February 1826
administration bond, penal sum £600; Richard HIND, innkeeper, of Stockton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A14   24 February 1826
administration bond, penal sum £40; Robert DICKESON, gentleman, widower, of Monkwearmouth in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A15   27 February 1826
administration bond, penal sum £200; Eleanor REAVELEY, widow, of Robinsons Lane in Sunderland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A16   2 March 1826
administration bond, penal sum £900; George SMITH, farmer, of Magdalen Fields within the liberties of Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1826/A17   7 March 1826
administration bond, penal sum £400; John COOPER, yeoman, Barlow in the parish of Ryton in the county of Durham, formerly of Ryton Woodside

DPRI/3/1826/A18   7 March 1826
administration bond, penal sum £120; Jane RUTHERFORD, nee Yellowly, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A19   8 March 1826
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; John WHITE, farmer, of Newton Grange in the parish of Billingham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A20   11 March 1826
administration bond, penal sum £400; Robert POPPLEWELL, mariner, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A21   11 March 1825
administration bond, penal sum £400; John BURN, cordwainer, of Alston in the county of Cumberland
no penal sum given, however estate valued at £200

DPRI/3/1826/A22/1   15 March 1826
administration bond, penal sum £40; John SCOTT, surgeon, of Saint John's Chapel in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham. Died 20 August 1825

DPRI/3/1826/A22/2   15 March 1826
certificate of oath of estate value; John SCOTT, surgeon, of Saint John's Chapel in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham. Died 20 August 1825

DPRI/3/1826/A23   16 March 1826
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Stephen HORSLEY, yeoman, of parish of Saint Andrew Auckland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A24   18 March 1826
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas FERRAH, mariner, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1826/A25   22 February 1826
administration bond, penal sum £400; George MITCHESON, yeoman, bachelor, of Ponteland in the parish of Ponteland in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A26   13 March 1826
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Thomas SCOTT, farrier, bachelor, of Mountain in the parish of Whittingham in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A27   4 March 1826
administration bond, penal sum £600; John EUANS, porter at the infirmary, porter, bachelor, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1826/A28   21 March 1826
administration bond, penal sum £400; John BOYD, miller, widower, of Lesbury in the parish of Lesbury in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A29   10 March 1826
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; Ann Lindsay KELLY, widow, of Cramlington in the parish of Cramlington in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A30/1-7   11 January 1826
administration bond, penal sum £10; John SIMPSON, esquire, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration limited to the intestate's interest in property in the manor of Elswick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A30/8-10   9 November 1825
renunciation; John SIMPSON, esquire, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
renunciation of John Clutterbuck, surviving executor; exhibited 23 Dec 1825

DPRI/3/1826/A31   10 April 1826
administration bond, penal sum £40; John EGGLESTON, gentleman, bachelor, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A32   12 April 1826
administration bond, penal sum £400; William ARROWSMITH, farmer, of Langleydale in the parish of Staindrop in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A33/1-3   13 April 1826
administration bond, penal sum £40; Mary PROCTER. Died 6 November 1801

DPRI/3/1826/A33/4   13 April 1826
certificate of oath of estate value; Mary PROCTER. Died 6 November 1801

DPRI/3/1826/A34   13 April 1826
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; William Edgar Hynleside GREEN, master mariner, bachelor, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A35   12 April 1826
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Samuel POTTER, gentleman, widower, of parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A36   18 April 1826
administration bond, penal sum £100; Mary Ann FINN, nee Hodgson, of Wolsingham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A37/1-4   17 April 1826
administration bond, penal sum £10; Francis FORSTER, yeoman, of Stockton upon Tees in the county of Durham
grant of administration limited to the intestate's interest in property within the borough of Stockton

DPRI/3/1826/A38/1   18 April 1826
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; John THOMPSON, farmer, bachelor, of Chesterhill in the parish of Felton in the county of Northumberland. Died 24 January 1826

DPRI/3/1826/A38/2-3   9 February 1826
renunciation; John THOMPSON, farmer, bachelor, of Chesterhill in the parish of Felton in the county of Northumberland. Died 24 January 1826

DPRI/3/1826/A39   22 April 1826
administration bond, penal sum £18,000; James GLYNN, iron-founder, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1826/A40   22 April 1826
administration bond, penal sum £400; George LAWSON, corn-dealer, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A41   29 April 1826
administration bond, penal sum £200; Sarah SHIELD, widow, of High Galligill in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A42   2 May 1826
administration bond, penal sum £900; Joseph METCALFE, land-agent, of Trench Hall in the chapelry of Lamesley in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A43   28 April 1826
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; William CLARK, gentleman, of Killerby in the parish of Heighington in the county of Durham
estate revalued at £1,500

DPRI/3/1826/A44   4 May 1826
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ann CHISHOLM, spinster, of Coldmartin in the parish of Chatton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A45   27 April 1826
administration bond, penal sum £200; Samuel HUNTER, master mariner, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A46   8 May 1826
administration bond, penal sum £40; Margaret COXON, widow, of Great Lumley in the parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A47   9 May 1826
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ann CUNDALL, heretofore Reed, of Osmotherly in the county of York

DPRI/3/1826/A48   10 May 1826
administration bond, penal sum £32,000; William JAMESON, gentleman, widower, of Fenwick Stead in the chapelry of Kyloe in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A49   12 May 1826
administration bond, penal sum £200; George GRAINGER, gentleman, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A50/1-8   8 May 1826
administration bond, penal sum £10; George LAKE, esquire, late of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland, formerly of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 14 June 1809
administration limited to the testator's interest in property and land at Benfieldside

DPRI/3/1826/A50/9-11   2 May 1826
renunciation; George LAKE, esquire, late of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland, formerly of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 14 June 1809

DPRI/3/1826/A51   20 May 1826
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Paul WATSON, gentleman, widower, of Rushyford in the parish of Saint Andrew Auckland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A52   20 May 1826
administration bond, penal sum £200; Richard HEPPLE, waste-man, of Wallsend Colliery in the parish of Wallsend in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A53/1-7   9 May 1826
administration bond, penal sum £10; George FARQUHAR, esquire, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
will dated 23 May 1792 not proved; administration with the will annexed limited to testator's interest in property and land at Kirknewtonlmi

DPRI/3/1826/A54   24 May 1826
administration bond, penal sum £40; Hannah BOWRON, widow, of Heighington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A55   27 May 1826
administration bond, penal sum £600; Samuel JOPLING, gentleman, of Stobbilee in the parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A56   25 May 1826
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; William PICKERING, farmer, of Brainshaugh in the parish of Warkworth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A57/1-4   4 May 1826
administration bond, penal sum £10; James HENZELL, merchant, articled servant, workman, of parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham
grant of administration to Samuel Barber limited to the intestate's interest in the Tyne Glass House, Gateshead; the administratrix having died

DPRI/3/1826/A57/5-6   4 May 1826
certificate of oath; James HENZELL, merchant, articled servant, workman, of parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham
reply from London to Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A57/7-9   14 April 1826
letter of request; James HENZELL, merchant, articled servant, workman, of parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham
request from Durham to London to take oath

DPRI/3/1826/A58   7 June 1826
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; John REED, tailor, bachelor, of Sedgefield in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A59   17 June 1826
administration bond, penal sum £400; Edward LAING, of Shotton in the parish of Easungton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A60   17 June 1820
administration bond, penal sum £200; Charlotte BREWIS, spinster, of Foxton Hall in the parish of Lesbury in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A61/1-2   26 June 1826
administration bond; Elizabeth NUNNINGTON, widow, of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
with affidavit, 26 June 1826, penal sum £200

DPRI/3/1826/A62   28 June 1826
administration bond, penal sum £200; William WELCH, publican, of parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A63   1 July 1826
administration bond, penal sum £280; William LAWSON, farmer, of Lambshield in the chapelry of Muggleswick in the parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A64   5 July 1826
administration bond, penal sum £8,000; Richard Copeland DENTON, ship-owner, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A65   6 July 1826
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; William GIBSON, gardener, bachelor, of Dorking in the county of Surrey

DPRI/3/1826/A66   8 July 1826
administration bond, penal sum £200; Elizabeth BALMAIN, of Newbiggen near the Sea in the parish of Woodhorn in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to the intestate's brother, the husband having refused or neglected so to do

DPRI/3/1826/A67/1-4   3 July 1826
administration bond, penal sum £10; Caleb BUGLASS, burgess, mason, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed
grant of administration limited to the intestate's interest in property in Palace Street, Berwick-upon-Tweed

DPRI/3/1826/A68   14 July 1826
administration bond, penal sum £200; Margaret KIDD, widow, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A69   12 July 1826
administration bond, penal sum £40; Anne CHATERS, nee Ann Richley, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A70   21 July 1826
administration bond, penal sum £40; Hutchinson THOMPSON, ship-carpenter, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A71   22 July 1826
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; William FAWELL, gentleman, of Bishop Middleham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A72   17 July 1826
administration bond, penal sum £600; John STORER, draper, of West Auckland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A73   21 July 1826
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Dorothy BELL, widow, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A74/1   31 July 1826
administration bond, penal sum £40; George Wilson MEADLEY, esquire, bachelor, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A74/2-3   25 May 1826
renunciation; George Wilson MEADLEY, esquire, bachelor, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
renunciation of the intestate's sisters

DPRI/3/1826/A75   1 August 1826
administration bond, penal sum £20,000; Ann DUNN, of Fenwick Stead in the chapelry of Kyloe in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A76   1 August 1826
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Mary JAMESON, of Fenwick Stead in the chapelry of Kyloe in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A77   31 July 1826
administration bond, penal sum £100; Ann ROBINSON, spinster, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A78   5 August 1826
administration bond, penal sum £600; Samuel JOHNSON, farmer, of Horsley Hill in the chapelry of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A79
administration bond, penal sum £400; William BELL, bookseller, printer, bachelor, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A80/1   30 June 1826
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Edward Montague ARCHDEACON, gentleman, of Darlington in the county of Durham. Died 30 November 1792
administration granted to William Andrew, son and acting executor of Maria Hayton widow formerly Maria Archdean relict and administratrix

DPRI/3/1826/A80/2   1 July 1826
certificate of oath; Edward Montague ARCHDEACON, gentleman, of Darlington in the county of Durham. Died 30 November 1792
reply from Official Principal of Durham at London to Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A80/3   30 June 1826
certificate of oath of estate value; Edward Montague ARCHDEACON, gentleman, of Darlington in the county of Durham. Died 30 November 1792

DPRI/3/1826/A80/4   23 June 1826
letter of request; Edward Montague ARCHDEACON, gentleman, of Darlington in the county of Durham. Died 30 November 1792
request from Durham to London to take oath

DPRI/3/1826/A81   13 February 1826
administration bond, penal sum £100; Joseph BROWN, yeoman, bachelor, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A82/1-4   25 July 1826
administration bond, penal sum £10; Catherine TURNER, spinster, of city of Durham
grant of administration to John Shepherd limited to the intestate's interest in property at Bolam, County Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A83/1-7   25 July 1826
administration bond, penal sum £10; John MIDDLETON, gentleman, of Ingleton in the county of Durham
grant of administration to John Shepherd limited to the intestate's interest in property at Bolam, County Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A84/1   9 August 1826
administration bond, penal sum £40; John COWANS, otherwise Surtees, bricklayer, of South Shields in the county of Durham. Died 14 June 1826

DPRI/3/1826/A84/2   14 June 1826
certificate of oath of estate value; John COWANS, otherwise Surtees, bricklayer, of South Shields in the county of Durham. Died 14 June 1826

DPRI/3/1826/A85/1   22 August 1826
administration bond, penal sum £100; Margaret WILSON, spinster, of Warkworth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A85/2   12 August 1826
certificate of estate value; Margaret WILSON, spinster, of Warkworth in the county of Northumberland
Newcastle upon Tyne Saving Bank

DPRI/3/1826/A86/1-2   19 August 1826
administration bond; Thomas DIXON, gentleman, of Bishop Aukland in the county of Durham
with certificate of affirmation, 19 August 1826, penal sum £6,000

DPRI/3/1826/A87   29 August 1826
administration bond, penal sum £900; Robert EMBLETON, farmer, widower, of High Buston in the parish of Warkworth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A88/1-4   7 June 1826
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; John Rowlandson THOMPSON, gentleman, bachelor, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 20 December 1818
grant of administration to Miles Clark limited to the intestate's interest in property at Longhurst, Bothal and Morpeth, Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A88/5-7   12 May 1826
letter of request; John Rowlandson THOMPSON, gentleman, bachelor, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 20 December 1818
request from Durham to Chester to take oath

DPRI/3/1826/A88/8   7 June 1826
certificate of oath of estate value; John Rowlandson THOMPSON, gentleman, bachelor, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 20 December 1818

DPRI/3/1826/A88/9   7 June 1826
certificate of oath; John Rowlandson THOMPSON, gentleman, bachelor, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 20 December 1818
reply from Chester to Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A89   2 September 1826
administration bond, penal sum £600; Francis HARRISON, sail-maker, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A90   2 September 1826
administration bond, penal sum £900; John GRAY, labourer, widower, of the Ouseburn in the chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1826/A91   6 September 1826
administration bond, penal sum £400; Hannah WEATHERALL, of Norton in the parish of Norton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A92   11 September 1826
administration bond, penal sum £60; Andrew ORMSTON, mariner, bachelor, of South Blyth in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A93   11 September 1826
administration bond, penal sum £400; George POTTS, running fitter, of the Low Quay in Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A94   31 August 1826
administration bond, penal sum £900; James BLACK, master mariner, of Waterloo in the parochial chapelry of Horton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A95   31 January 1826
administration bond, penal sum £900; George BOLTON, gentleman, of Wooler in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A96   13 September 1826
administration bond, penal sum £600; William WILSON, tailor, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A97   22 July 1826
administration bond, penal sum £200; Hannah BRIGHT, spinster, of Nenthead in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A98   21 September 1826
administration bond, penal sum £400; John TAYLOR, mariner, widower, of South Shields in the county of Durham
endorsed with incomplete administration bond for the estate of George Wilson dated 26 May 1826

DPRI/3/1826/A99   22 September 1826
administration bond, penal sum £600; Jonathan HALL, of chapelry of Gosforth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A100   2 September 1826
administration bond, penal sum £600; Elizabeth COLLING, spinster, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
administration granted to the intestate's brother, following death of original exector

DPRI/3/1826/A101   26 August 1826
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; John ROUGHEAD, farmer, bachelor, of Jardinefield in the county of Berwick in North Britain
administration granted to executor of intestate's brother and original executor, following his death

DPRI/3/1826/A102   5 October 1826
administration bond, penal sum £200; John ROBSON, mariner, bachelor, formerly of the town and county of Newcastle , late of the Island of Jamaica

DPRI/3/1826/A103   6 October 1826
administration bond, penal sum £400; Margaret HARRISON, widow, of West Butsfield in the parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A104/1-2   20 September 1826
administration bond; William WHEATLEY, farmer, bachelor, of Shincliffe in the parish of Saint Oswald in the county of Durham. Died 19 May 1820
with certificate of oath of estate value, 20 September 1826, penal sum £3,000
estate revalued at £1,500

DPRI/3/1826/A105   29 September 1826
administration bond, penal sum £400; Joseph WALKER, yeoman, bachelor, of Etherley in the parish of Saint Andrew Auckland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A106   12 October 1826
administration bond, penal sum £200; Alexander SCOTT, labourer, formerly of Mouson Red House in the parish of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland, late of princes Street in the City of Edinburgh

DPRI/3/1826/A107   14 October 1826
administration bond, penal sum £400; James BROWN, carpenter, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A108   18 October 1826
administration bond, penal sum £400; James WATT, wherryman, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A109   18 October 1826
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; William THOMPSON, glover, widower, of the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1826/A110   23 October 1826
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Jacob WOOD, farmer, widower, of Shipley in the parish of Edlingham in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A111   24 October 1826
administration bond, penal sum £200; Joseph NICHOLSON, publican, of the parish of Saint John Gateshead Fell in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A112   26 October 1826
administration bond, penal sum £400; Michael OLIVER, master mariner, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A113/1-2   26 July 1826
certificate of estate value; Jane FARRER, spinster, of Netherwitton in the chapelry of Netherwitton on the county of Northumberland
with administration bond, 1 November 1826, penal sum £100

DPRI/3/1826/A114
administration bond, penal sum £600; George SKINNER, farmer, of Darlington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A115   6 November 1826
administration bond, penal sum £200; John FARGUSON, mason, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A116   8 November 1826
administration bond, penal sum £40; Eleanor RAMSAY, widow, of Mercer's lane in Sunderland near the Sea in the County of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A117/1-3   8 November 1826
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Ralph DENT, farmer, of Alwent in the parish of Gainford in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A118   16 November 1826
administration bond, penal sum £400; Barbara DIXON, nee Stuart, of Howdon Pans in the parish of Tynemouth in the County of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A119   22 September 1826
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; George WAILES, yeoman, bachelor, of Dinnington in the parish of Ponteland in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A120   24 November 1826
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Mary BLOW, spinster, of South Street in the chapelry of Saint Margaret and parish of Saint Oswald in or near the City of Durham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A121   3 November 1826
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas DIXON, weaver, bachelor, of Wolsingham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A122   20 November 1826
administration bond, penal sum £500; Isaac WHITE, farmer, of Hudgill in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A123   21 November 1826
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas THOMPSON, labourer, of Chatton in the parish of Wooler in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A124   29 November 1826
administration bond, penal sum £12,000; Edward OTTER, wine-merchant, bachelor, of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1826/A125   2 December 1826
administration bond, penal sum £900; Barbara SHAW, widow, formerly of Usworth Place in the county of Durham, late of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1826/A126/1-4   1 December 1826
administration bond, penal sum £10; Thomas HUGALL, gentleman, of city of Durham in the county of Durham
grant of administration limited to the intestate's interest in property called Kirkley's Garth within the parish of Durham St Oswald

DPRI/3/1826/A127/1-4   25 November 1826
administration bond, penal sum £10; Michael JOHNSON, joiner, of the parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration limited to the intestate's interest in property at Pipewellgate in Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A128   11 December 1826
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; John PRINGLE, master mariner, bachelor, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the coutny of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A129   8 December 1826
administration bond, penal sum £200; Elias PEARSON, mariner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A130   12 December 1826
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Ann Matilda FEILDING, spinster, of the North Bailey in the parish of Saint Mary le Bow in or near the City of Durham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A131/1   12 December 1826
administration bond, penal sum £400; John JOHNSON, gentleman, bachelor, of the City of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A131/2-3   12 December 1826
renunciation; John JOHNSON, gentleman, bachelor, of the City of Durham
renunciation of the intestate's sister

DPRI/3/1826/A132   8 December 1826
administration bond, penal sum £600; Hunter WARD, farmer, widower, of Ashgill in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A133   19 December 1826
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann ATKINSON, of Bishopwearmouth in the County of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A134   18 December 1826
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Elizabeth COULSTON, widow, of Bothall Barns in the parish of Bothall in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A135   23 December 1826
administration bond, penal sum £400; William ROBSON, farmer, of Ingleton in the parish of Staindrop in the County of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/A136   30 December 1826
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; James BROWN, carpenter, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
estate re-valued

DPRI/3/1826/A137   28 December 1826
administration bond, penal sum £200; Harison ALNWICK, wherryman, of Newburn in the parish of Newburn in the County of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A138   22 December 1826
administration bond, penal sum £200; George BURN, wine-merchant, widower, of Wooler in the County of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/A139/1-4   12 December 1826
administration bond, penal sum £10; James BELL, gentleman, of Woodhouse in the County of Northumberland
grant of administration limited to the intestate's interest in property in Alnwick

DPRI/3/1826/A140/1-4   12 December 1826
administration bond, penal sum £10; John KELL, gentleman, of Alnwick in the County of Northumberland
grant of administration limited to the intestate's interest in property in Alnwick

Will bonds 1826
Reference: DPRI/3/1826/T
DPRI/3/1826/T1/1-4   3 January 1826
will bond, penal sum £10; Humphrey WARD, tanner, of Framwellgate in or near the city of Durham
grant of administration to Henry Donkin limited to the intestate's interest in property at Crossgate, Durham.

DPRI/3/1826/T2   19 January 1826
will bond, penal sum £400; George HARRISON, butcher, of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to Jane Harrison, relict and universal legatee, there being no executor named

DPRI/3/1826/T3/1   21 January 1826
will bond, penal sum £600; Joseph HALL, the younger, surgeon, of Westgate in the Parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Dorothy Johnson, Jane Coulthard and Margaret Watson, daughters of the deceased.

DPRI/3/1826/T3/2-3   27 December 1825
renunciation; Joseph HALL, the younger, surgeon, of Westgate in the Parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham
renunciation of George Sowerby, nominating Robert Burrell and Robert Burrell, the younger to take out administration; exhibited 29 Dec 1825.

DPRI/3/1826/T4   21 January 1826
will bond, penal sum £2,000; Cuthbert HALL, gentleman, of Westgate in the Parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Dorothy Johnson, Jane Coulthard and Margaret Watson.

DPRI/3/1826/T5   11 February 1826
will bond, penal sum £600; William CLAVERING, gentleman, of Old Elvet in the parish of St Oswald in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Francis Bradshaw Taylor and Henry Travis, creditors, the executors having been cited

DPRI/3/1826/T6   18 January 1826
will bond, penal sum £1,000; Henry ARROWSMITH, ship-carpenter, of South Shields in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Jane Arrowsmith, relict and universal legatee (widowhood), there being no executor named

DPRI/3/1826/T7   14 February 1826
will bond, penal sum £900; George HARRISON, dyer, of Gilligate in the parish of Saint Giles or near the city of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to George Parker, sole executor of the deceased's sole executrix

DPRI/3/1826/T8   18 February 1826
will bond, penal sum £2,000; Samuel STEPHENSON, ironmonger, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Isabella Stephenson widow, substitute residuary legatee, the executors having died

DPRI/3/1826/T9   23 January 1826
will bond, penal sum £900; John RAWSON, master mariner, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to John Winks the elder, nephew and one of the residuary legatees, the executrix having died

DPRI/3/1826/T10   30 January 1826
will bond, penal sum £60,000; Nathan HORN, mast-maker, block-maker, esquire, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
estate revalued at £30,000

DPRI/3/1826/T11/1   24 January 1826
will bond, penal sum £40; William DAVIDSON, minister of the Gospel, clerk, of Mordington in the Shire of Berwick, formerly of Newcastle. Died 1806
administration with the will annexed granted to John Shield and John Shield the younger.

DPRI/3/1826/T11/2   24 January 1826
certificate of oath; William DAVIDSON, minister of the Gospel, clerk, of Mordington in the Shire of Berwick, formerly of Newcastle. Died 1806
certificate of oath of estate value

DPRI/3/1826/T12/1-7   10 January 1826
will bond, penal sum £10; James FRYER, merchant, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
aministration granted to George Anthony Lambert.

DPRI/3/1826/T13   17 April 1826
will bond, penal sum £900; Mary ADDISON, spinster, formerly of Darlington in the county of Durham, late of Hurworth in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Mary Addison, niece, there being no executor of residuary legatee named

DPRI/3/1826/T14   14 April 1826
will bond, penal sum £400; Alexander MADDISON, master mariner, of Sunderland near the Sea
administration with the will annexed granted to William Thompson and Alexander Thompson, nephews.

DPRI/3/1826/T15   13 May 1826
will bond, penal sum £3,000; Ann GREY, widow, of Barras Bridge without the walls but within the liberties of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to William John Grey, son and residuary legatee, the executors having died

DPRI/3/1826/T16   17 April 1826
will bond, penal sum £40; Jane VASEY, nee Middleton, wife of Thomas Vasey yeoman, daughter of John Middleton of Ingleton gentleman, of Evenwood in the chapelry of Saint Helen Auckland in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Thomas Vasey, husband, there being no executor or residuary legatee named

DPRI/3/1826/T17   1 July 1826
will bond, penal sum £200; William CLIFFORD, linen-weaver, of Yewhursthead in the parish of Tanfield in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to William Burdon, nephew, one of the residuary legatees as will was left unadministered by Hannah Clifford who has since died.

DPRI/3/1826/T18/1-7   20 May 1826
will bond, penal sum £10; Gore TOWNSEND, esquire, of Honnington Hall in the county of Warwick. Died 1826
administration granted to John Gregson limited to the testator's interest in property at the city of Durham

DPRI/3/1826/T18/8-10   4 April 1826
renunciation; Gore TOWNSEND, esquire, of Honnington Hall in the county of Warwick. Died 1826
renunciation of Henry Townsend and William Townsend, executors; exhibited, 21 Apr 1826

DPRI/3/1826/T19/1   29 May 1826
will bond, penal sum £400; William WOMACK, innkeeper, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Sarah Womack, relict.

DPRI/3/1826/T19/2-4   13 August 1819
renunciation; William WOMACK, innkeeper, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
renunciation of John Thompson and Thomas Dixon, executors; exhibited 27 May1826

DPRI/3/1826/T20   24 June 1826
will bond, penal sum £100; William HISLOP, corver, of township of Great Lumley parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Mary Hislop, widow, there being no executors named

DPRI/3/1826/T21/1   22 July 1826
will bond, penal sum £100; Martha KING, widow, of Brunswick place Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to Martha Hammond, daughter, as no executors were named in the will.

DPRI/3/1826/T21/2   1 July 1826
certificate of estate value; Martha KING, widow, of Brunswick place Newcastle upon Tyne
£24 19s deposited in the savings bank.

DPRI/3/1826/T22   13 July 1826
will bond, penal sum £2,000; Reuben RICHLEY, gentleman, of Whickham in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Thomas Armstrong Chaters the husband of the deceased's daughter, surviving executrix and substituted universal legatee, the other executors also having died

DPRI/3/1826/T23/1-7   31 July 1826
will bond, penal sum £10; John AIREY, esquire, late of Crow Hall in the chapelry of Heworth in the county of Durham, heretofore of the chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to Thomas Carr limited to the testator's interest in property at Coxlodge in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1826/T24/1   7 August 1826
will bond, penal sum £2,000; William REED, clerk, of Warkworth in the county of Northumberland. Died 21 July 1826
administration with the will annexed granted to Margaret Elizabeth Steele and Anna Ruth Reed, daughters and principal legatees, the executors and residuary legatee having died

DPRI/3/1826/T24/2   5 August 1826
letter of request; William REED, clerk, of Warkworth in the county of Northumberland. Died 21 July 1826
with certificate of oath, 16 August 1826
request from Durham to the magistrates of Renfrewshire; endorsed with reply

DPRI/3/1826/T25/1   31 August 1826
will bond, penal sum £400; Thomas BLAKEY, blacksmith, of Monkwearmouth shore in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Catherine Blakey, relict and universal legatee for life, the executors and trustees having renounced

DPRI/3/1826/T25/2-3   16 February 1826
renunciation; Thomas BLAKEY, blacksmith, of Monkwearmouth shore in the county of Durham
renunciation of George Smith and William Herring, executors and trustees; exhibited, 31 Aug 1826.

DPRI/3/1826/T26   4 October 1826
will bond, penal sum £200; Benjamin REED, grocer, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Dinah Reed, widow, there being no executor named

DPRI/3/1826/T27   10 October 1826
will bond, penal sum £9; Jane WILSON, wife of William Wilson, clerk, of Hartlepool in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the Reverend William Wilson, husband, there being no executor named

DPRI/3/1826/T28/1-7   20 October 1826
will bond, penal sum £10; William HERBERT, [2nd] Marquis of Powis, formerly Lord Viscount Montgomery, commonly called [2nd] Duke of Powis, esquire
administration with the will annexed granted to William Loraine limited to the testator's interest in property at Nunstainton alias Stainton Grange, Sedgfield

DPRI/3/1826/T29/1-4   25 November 1826
administration bond, penal sum £10; John WAKE, farmer, yeoman, of Washington in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to George Spearman limited to the testator's interest in property at Pipewellgate, Gateshead.

DPRI/3/1826/T30   20 November 1826
will bond, penal sum £400; William JACKSON, farmer, of Fallow field in the parish of Easington in the county of Durham
administration granted to Henry Jackson, son and residuary legatee, there being no executor named. Will bond endorsed with cancelled administration bond.

DPRI/3/1826/T31   4 November 1826
will bond, penal sum £14,000; Elizabeth STOPFORD, widow, of Lowick North Field in the chapelry of Lowick in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Hannah Greive, sister, there being no executor or residuary legatee named in the will.

DPRI/3/1826/T32   20 November 1826
will bond, penal sum £200; John WEST, butcher, of Chester-le-Street in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Mary Kirby, relict sole executrix and universal legatee of Leonard Kirby, the sole executor and universal legatee of the deceased

DPRI/3/1826/T33/1-4   22 September 1826
will bond, penal sum £10; Henrietta ELLISON, widow, of Gateshead park in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Cuthbert Ellison, son, limited to the testator's interest in property at Hebburn, Farrow Wood and Newton Garth in the county of Durham

Administration bonds 1827
Reference: DPRI/3/1827/A
DPRI/3/1827/A1   5 January 1827
administration bond, penal sum £200; Richard THOMPSON, shoemaker, of Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1827/A2   6 January 1827
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Mary CORBETT, widow, of Gateshead

DPRI/3/1827/A3   3 January 1827
administration bond, penal sum £8,000; Thomas HETHERINGTON, farmer, of High Coniscliffe
estate revalued at £4,000

DPRI/3/1827/A4/1-4   3 January 1827
administration bond, penal sum £10; George BAILES, gentleman, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to John Trotter Brocket, limited to the intestate's interest in property at Pilgrim Street, Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1827/A5   13 January 1827
administration bond, penal sum £600; William BEVEN, yeoman, of Hambleton, in the parish of Doddington

DPRI/3/1827/A6   13 January 1827
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Margaret RODDAM, of Gateshead

DPRI/3/1827/A7   13 January 1827
administration bond, penal sum £180; William PATTINSON, miner, of Wellgill in the parish of Alston, in the County of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A8/1-4   4 January 1827
administration bond, penal sum £10; Matthew STEPHENSON, esquire, of Walworth, in the parish of Heighington, county Durham
grant of administration to Matthew Clayton, limited to the intestate's interest in lands and property at Prestick alias Prestwick, Northumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A9   19 January 1827
administration bond, penal sum £400; William ROBSON, tea-dealer, of Morpeth,in the County of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A10   27 January 1827
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Joseph JOPLING, farmer, of Medomsley,County Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A11   27 January 1827
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; John HUMBLE, Monkwearnouth Shore, in the parish of Monkwearmouth, county Durham, Vigo, in the parish of Chester le Street, county Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A12   29 January 1827
administration bond, penal sum £100; Jane HODGSON, widow, of Wolsingham, in the County of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A13   21 January 1827
administration bond, penal sum £600; Robert MINTO, of Sunderland near the sea, in the County of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A14   31 January 1827
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; James HUDSON, of Monkwearmouth Shore,in the County of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A15   1 February 1827
administration bond, penal sum £400; Richard ARMSTRONG, of South Shields, in the County of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A16   5 February 1827
administration bond, penal sum £200; James MAUGHAN, farmer, of Ryton in the County of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A17   9 February 1827
administration bond, penal sum £40; Joseph ANDERSON, mariner, of late of Bishopwearmouth, County Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A18   20 February 1827
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Joseph SHEPHERD, gentleman, bachelor, of Crofton,in the chapelry of Horton,in the County of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A19   22 February 1827
administration bond, penal sum £100; Joseph HARBOTTLE, yeoman, widower, of late of Billingham, in the County of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A20   17 February 1827
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Dorothy BELL, widow, of late of Alnwick, in the County of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Prideaux John Selby, George Selby and Margaret Bell for goods left unadministered by Thomas Bell deceased, the lawful child of Dorothy Bell

DPRI/3/1827/A21   21 November 1826
administration bond, penal sum £600; William WATSON, butcher, bachelor, of late of Whitburn, in the parish of Whitburn, in the County of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A22   6 March 1827
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Ralph GRAY, innkeeper, of Sadler Street in the parish of Saint Nicholas,in the City Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A23   15 January 1827
administration bond, penal sum £600; Thomas MUSGRAVE, excise officer, bachelor, New Broomby Law, in the chapelry of Barnard Castle in the County of Durham, formerly of Giltsper Street, West Smithfield, London

DPRI/3/1827/A24   2 March 1827
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Thomas Atkinson HERON, master mariner, of North Shields in the County of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A25/1   10 March 1827
administration bond, penal sum £100; Richardson BROWN, mariner, of North Shields in the County of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A25/2   24 February 1827
certificate of estate value; Richardson BROWN, mariner, of North Shields in the County of Northumberland
Newcastle upon Tyne Savings bank, the sum of £38

DPRI/3/1827/A26   28 February 1827
administration bond, penal sum £40; Elizabeth STEPHENSON, widow, of Bank Top, South Shields,in the chapelry of Saint Hilds, in the County of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A27   17 March 1827
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; John JONS, builder, of Gateshead, in the County Of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A28   27 February 1827
administration bond, penal sum £100; Peggy ALLISON, of Chapel, in the parish of Stanhope in the County of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A29   24 March 1827
administration bond, penal sum £600; William RYDER, labourer, of Low Elswick, in the chapelry of Saint John, in the County of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A30   29 March 1827
administration bond, penal sum £40; Thomas FURNACE, miner, bachelor, of Alston, in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A31   4 April 1827
administration bond, penal sum £400; William GIBSON, of Harperley Lane in the parish of Cockfield, in the County of Durham
deceased died intestate, administration granted to Sarah Gibson, widow of the deceased

DPRI/3/1827/A32   30 March 1827
administration bond, penal sum £12,000; Charles Henry HALL, dean of Durham [cathedral], D.D., clerk, of The College, Durham City, County Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A33   12 April 1827
administration bond, penal sum £400; Margaret NIXON, widow, of Winnoes Hill, in the parish of Bywell Saint Peter, in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A34   21 April 1827
administration bond, penal sum £200; Mary ROBSON, widow, of Alston, in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A35/1   19 April 1827
administration bond, penal sum £100; Frances VIPOND, spinster, of Alston, in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A35/2   12 March 1827
certificate of estate value; Frances VIPOND, spinster, of Alston, in the county of Cumberland
Alston Savings Bank, sum of £25 15s

DPRI/3/1827/A35/3   March 1827
certificate of estate value; Frances VIPOND, spinster, of Alston, in the county of Cumberland
Alston Savings Bank, sum of £25 15s

DPRI/3/1827/A36   28 April 1827
administration bond, penal sum £900; Jane LAWSON, widow, of Bishopwearmouth, in the parish of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A37/1   23 April 1827
administration bond, penal sum £10; Isabella DAY, wife of Richard Day, master mariner, of Chapelry of All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland
grant of administration to Margaret Richardson, mother, limited to the intestate's interest in three sums deposited in a Newcastle savings bank in trust for her mother

DPRI/3/1827/A37/2   28 March 1827
affidavit; Isabella DAY, wife of Richard Day, master mariner, of Chapelry of All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland
affidavit of William Hepple, relating to a cause: Margaret Richardson widow v Richard Day, husband of deceased

DPRI/3/1827/A38/1-3   30 April 1827
administration bond, penal sum £10; George WISON, gentleman, of Hepple, in the parish of Rothbury,in the County of Northumberland
grant of administration to John Jackson,limited to the intestate's interest in property at Dickinson's Close, Longframlinton

DPRI/3/1827/A39/1-4   30 April 1827
administration bond, penal sum £10; Thomas MITCHELL, mariner, of Stockton, in the county of Durham
grant of administration to Matthew Bowser, limited to the intestate's interest in property within the Borough of Stockton

DPRI/3/1827/A40/1-3   2 May 1827
administration bond, penal sum £400; George CARTER, farmer, of Osmotherley in the county of York within the peculiar of Allerton and Allertonshire

DPRI/3/1827/A41   26 April 1827
administration bond, penal sum £400; Elizabeth SIMPSON, widow, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilds in the County of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A42   12 May 1827
administration bond, penal sum £10; John WALES, gentleman, of Preston Grange in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
administration of the goods left unadministered by Ralph Spearman granted to John Hunter, creditor

DPRI/3/1827/A43/1-4   11 May 1827
administration bond, penal sum £10; Henry WASTELL, clerk, of Simonburn in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to George Waugh Stable, limited to the intestate's interest in property at Greyshead and Benthouse in the parish of Symonburn

DPRI/3/1827/A44   8 May 1827
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Ann DAVISON, widow, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A45   19 May 1827
administration bond, penal sum £100; James CLARKE, coach-maker, of Hall Garth Street, in the parish of Saint Oswald, City of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A46   23 June 1827
administration bond, penal sum £300; George YOUNG, joiner, of South Street, City of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A47   19 May 1827
administration bond, penal sum £40; William BURGISS, otherwise Burdess, glass-maker, widower, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A48/1   19 May 1827
administration bond, penal sum £100; Margaret STEAVENSON, spinster, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A48/2   16 April 1827
certificate of estate value; Margaret STEAVENSON, spinster, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A49/1   18 May 1827
administration bond, penal sum £20,000; James ROW, common brewer, of chapelry of Saint Andrew, Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Emerson Charnley, executor of Ann Row, relict

DPRI/3/1827/A49/2   18 May 1827
certificate of oath of estate value; James ROW, common brewer, of chapelry of Saint Andrew, Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A50   27 May 1827
administration bond, penal sum £100; John CARNABY, publican, of Chapelry of All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A51   26 May 1827
administration bond, penal sum £600; Francis FORSTER, lieutenant in H.M. 31st Regiment of Foot, army lieutenant, of Seaton Burn in the parish of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A52   28 May 1827
administration bond, penal sum £400; Jane WALLIS, of Newland Side in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A53/1-4   24 May 1827
administration bond, penal sum £10; James NEWBY, brickmaker, of Hurworth upon Tees in the county of Durham
grant of administration to Francis Newburn limited to the intestate's interest in property in Hurworth

DPRI/3/1827/A54/1   24 May 1827
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Moses MARSHALL, ironmonger, bachelor, of Chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to William Fife and William Harbottle, the surviving executors of the will of William Maxwell, sole executor and residuary legatee of Margaret Marshall widow, the mother of Moses Marshall; the goods etc. having been left unadministered by Margaret Marshall and William Maxwell

DPRI/3/1827/A54/2   24 May 1827
certificate of oath of estate value; Moses MARSHALL, ironmonger, bachelor, of Chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1827/A56   30 May 1827
administration bond, penal sum £200; Mary HEDLEY, widow, of Morpeth, in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A57   26 May 1827
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Thomas VIPOND, yeoman, of Dryburn in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A58   6 June 1827
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Matthew Willoughby CHANDLER, farmer, bachelor, of Hold House in the parish of Ponteland in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A59   15 June 1827
administration bond, penal sum £900; Francis NEWBY, surveyor of assessed taxes, tax surveyor, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A60   18 June 1827
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; William THOMPSON, ship-owner, bachelor, of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A61   4 June 1827
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; John MATTHEWSON, gentleman, of Chartershaugh in the parish of Chester le Street
estate revalued at £3,000

DPRI/3/1827/A62/1-3   18 June 1827
administration bond, penal sum £600; Sarah LAMB, of Fatfield in the county of Durham. Died January 1826
grant of administration to George Dale and James Hutchinson limited to the intestate's interest in a sum of £970

DPRI/3/1827/A62/4-6   27 April 1827
affidavit; Sarah LAMB, of Fatfield in the county of Durham. Died January 1826
relating to bankrupcy of Warren Maude Lamb

DPRI/3/1827/A62/7-8   14 June 1827
commission; Sarah LAMB, of Fatfield in the county of Durham. Died January 1826
executed, 18 June 1827

DPRI/3/1827/A63/1-4   18 June 1827
administration bond, penal sum £10; Anthony RICHARDSON, yeoman, of The Riding in the parish of Bellingham in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Nicholas Ruddock limited to the intestate's interest in property within the parish of Simonburn

DPRI/3/1827/A63/5-7   2 June 1827
letter of request; Anthony RICHARDSON, yeoman, of The Riding in the parish of Bellingham in the county of Northumberland
with certificate of oath, 18 June 1827
request from Durham to York to take oath; with reply

DPRI/3/1827/A64   18 June 1827
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann PYLE, spinster, of Felton in the county of Northumberland
bond given for additional security in 1828, on revaluation of estate at under £300 [DPRI/3/1828/A40]

DPRI/3/1827/A65/1-3   25 June 1827
administration bond, penal sum £10; William WEALLEANS, yeoman, of Coopon in the parish of Billingham in the county of Durham
grant of administration to Thomas Ellerker, one of the residuary legatees named in will of Edward Ellerker, limited to the intestate's interest in a sum of £100 (money advanced by Edward Ellerker to the trustees of a turnpike road). Wealleans was Edward Ellerker's surviving executor

DPRI/3/1827/A66   2 July 1827
administration bond, penal sum £100; Margaret BOAG, widow, of South Shields Workhouse, in the chapelry of Saint Hilds, in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A67   6 July 1827
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Ann DODDS, widow, of Wolsingham, in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A68/1   5 July 1827
administration bond, penal sum £100; George WILLIS, mariner, of Wall Knolls in the chapelry of All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A68/2   3 March 1827
certificate of estate value; George WILLIS, mariner, of Wall Knolls in the chapelry of All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A69   10 July 1827
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Moses MARSHALL, gentleman, of Chapelry of All Saints Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to William Fife and William Harbottle, surviving executors of the will of William Maxwell deceased, who was the sole executor and residuary legatee named in the will of Margaret Marshall, widow deceased who survived and was the lawful relict of Moses Marshall

DPRI/3/1827/A70   23 June 1827
administration bond, penal sum £2,400; Jonathon MELVIN, yeoman, bachelor, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
Administration granted to Ann Robson, lawful sister of the deceased, for goods left unadministerd by Sarah Melvin, widow, mother of the deceased

DPRI/3/1827/A71
Number apparently not used by probate office: not found in DPRI/7 index books

DPRI/3/1827/A72   13 July 1827
administration bond, penal sum £400; William CHAMBERS, draper, grocer, of Long Framlington in the chapelry of Framlington in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A73   14 July 1827
administration bond, penal sum £900; Isaac WALTON, of Howgillrigg in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A74   14 July 1827
, penal sum £100; Jane EGGLESTON, widow, of Sunderland near the sea in the parish of Sunderland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A75   16 July 1827
administration bond, penal sum £200; Andrew SCOTT, labourer, of Wooperton in the parish of Eglingham in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A76   23 July 1827
administration bond, penal sum £40; William BELL, the younger, carrier, of Woodlands in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A77   7 July 1827
administration bond, penal sum £200; George WILLIS, the younger, common soldier, army soldier, bachelor, of Stockton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A78   27 July 1827
administration bond, penal sum £400; John MILLER, tea-dealer, coffee dealer, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A79   28 July 1827
administration bond, penal sum £400; Joseph HILTON, merchant, of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A80   6 August 1827
administration bond, penal sum £200; Martha WRIGHT, spinster, of Pilmore House in the parish of Hurworth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A81   11 August 1827
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; William WATSON, butcher, bachelor, of late of Whitburn, in the parish of Whitburn, in the County of Durham
estate revalued at £800

DPRI/3/1827/A82   20 August 1827
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas COLDWELL, schoolmaster, bachelor, of Cramlington in the parochial chapelry of Cramlington in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A83   20 August 1827
administration bond, penal sum £16,000; Ralph THOMPSON, ship-owner, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A84/1   13 August 1827
administration bond, penal sum £600; Thomas HETHERINGTON, cordwainer, bachelor, of Alston in the county of Cumberland. Died 23 June 1827
Thomas Pattinson and William Walton elected the guardians of Nicholas Hetherington and Jane Hetherington minors, nephew and niece of the intestate

DPRI/3/1827/A84/2-4   3 August 1827
acceptance of guardianship; Thomas HETHERINGTON, cordwainer, bachelor, of Alston in the county of Cumberland. Died 23 June 1827

DPRI/3/1827/A84/5-6   3 August 1827
election of guardians; Thomas HETHERINGTON, cordwainer, bachelor, of Alston in the county of Cumberland. Died 23 June 1827

DPRI/3/1827/A85/1   13 August 1827
administration bond, penal sum £400; Robert HETHERINGTON, miner, widower, of Alston in the county of Cumberland. Died December 1824
Thomas Pattinson and Willaim Walton appointed curators and guardians of Nicholas Hetherington and Jane Hetherington, children and only next of kin of the deceased, who died instestate

DPRI/3/1827/A85/2-3   3 August 1827
election of guardians; Robert HETHERINGTON, miner, widower, of Alston in the county of Cumberland. Died December 1824

DPRI/3/1827/A85/4-6   3 August 1827
acceptance of guardianship; Robert HETHERINGTON, miner, widower, of Alston in the county of Cumberland. Died December 1824

DPRI/3/1827/A86/1   20 August 1827
administration bond, penal sum £40; Anna WRIGHT, of Chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to Elizabeth Dorothy Guthrie widow, aunt and guardian of Georgiana Peake, grand daughter

DPRI/3/1827/A86/2-4   13 July 1827
election of guardian; Thomas WRIGHT, gentleman, widower, of Chapelry of St Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1827/A86/5-7   13 July 1827
acceptance of guardianship; Thomas WRIGHT, gentleman, widower, of Chapelry of St Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1827/A87/1   20 August 1827
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Thomas WRIGHT, gentleman, widower, of Chapelry of St Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to Elizabeth Dorothy Guthrie widow, aunt and guardian of Georgiana Peake, grand daughter

DPRI/3/1827/A88/1   11 September 1827
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; John MARVELL, chemist, druggist, of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A89   10 September 1827
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; John LOCKEY, tailor, of North Biddick in the parish of Washington in the county of Durham
Estate revalued at £1,500

DPRI/3/1827/A90   6 September 1827
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; William FENWICK, farmer, of Snabdough in the parish of Greystead in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A91   21 September 1827
administration bond, penal sum £600; Charles RAINE, gentleman, widower, of late of Bishop Auckland in the parish of Saint Andrew Auckland in the county of Durham. Died 12 October 1825

DPRI/3/1827/A92   3 October 1827
administration bond, penal sum £40; Edward WHITEHEAD, joiner, of New Elvet in the parish of Saint Oswald, in or near the City of Durham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A93   18 September 1827
administration bond, penal sum £40; David DRUMMOND, mariner, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A94   6 October 1827
administration bond, penal sum £200; John BEALL, yeoman, widower, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham. Died 20 September 1827

DPRI/3/1827/A95   8 October 1827
administration bond, penal sum £40; William SWAN, husbandman, bachelor, of Greenside in the parish of Hartburn in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A96   8 October 1827
administration bond, penal sum £400; William LEWINS, yeoman, bachelor, of Sheepwash in the parish of Bothal in the county of Northumberland. Died 26 September 1827

DPRI/3/1827/A97   10 October 1827
administration bond, penal sum £900; John ADDY, ship-owner, widower, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham. Died 2 May 1827

DPRI/3/1827/A98   10 October 1827
administration bond, penal sum £600; Thomas GIBSON, master mariner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A99   15 October 1827
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert GIBSON, gentleman, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 13 July 1827

DPRI/3/1827/A100   13 October 1827
administration bond, penal sum £200; Henry FLETCHER, mason, of Easington Lane in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A101   15 October 1827
administration bond, penal sum £200; Jane COLPITTS, widow, of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland. Died 7 April 1827

DPRI/3/1827/A102/1   19 October 1827
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Richard WALLIS, clerk, widower, of Seaham in the county of Durham. Died 5 May 1827
administration granted to Margaret Raine, daughter; Elizabeth Wallis and Alicia Wallis, daughters and the only other next of kin having renounced

DPRI/3/1827/A102/2-3   25 August 1827
renunciation; Richard WALLIS, clerk, widower, of Seaham in the county of Durham. Died 5 May 1827

DPRI/3/1827/A103   15 October 1827
administration bond, penal sum £400; Robert SMAILS, fisherman, of Craster in the parish of Embleton in the county of Northumberland. Died 31 August 1827

DPRI/3/1827/A104   15 September 1827
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Ann PINKERTON, spinster, of Coldstream in the county of Berwick in the North Britain. Died 11 June 1827

DPRI/3/1827/A105   29 September 1827
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; James WATSON, farmer, of Barrows Farm in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland. Died 21 April 1825

DPRI/3/1827/A106/1   20 October 1827
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Isabel ARMSTRONG, widow, of Ryton in the parish of Ryton
administration granted to Dame Isabella Kinlock, daughter and executrix, the only child of the deceased and administratrix having died

DPRI/3/1827/A106/2   20 October 1827
certificate of oath of estate value; Isabel ARMSTRONG, widow, of Ryton in the parish of Ryton

DPRI/3/1827/A107   1 November 1827
administration bond, penal sum £600; Benjamin WALKER, excise officer, formerly of Burnhope Field in the chapelry of Tanfield in the county of Durham, late of Claxtons in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham. Died 19 October 1827

DPRI/3/1827/A108   3 November 1827
administration bond, penal sum £400; Edmund HOPPER, joiner, of late of Elvet Bridge in the parish of Saint Oswald in or near the City of Durham . Died 5 October 1827

DPRI/3/1827/A109/1   1 November 1827
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; James BELL, farmer, of late of Woodside in the chapelry of Lowick in the county of Northumberland. Died 7 April 1825
adminstration granted to Andrew Bell, son; Phillis Winship, Alice McDonald and Jane Bell the other children having renounced

DPRI/3/1827/A109/2-4   17 October 1827
renunciation; James BELL, farmer, of late of Woodside in the chapelry of Lowick in the county of Northumberland. Died 7 April 1825
exhibited, 3 Nov 1827

DPRI/3/1827/A110   17 November 1827
administration bond, penal sum £100; Joseph BYGATE, minor, cordwainer, bachelor, of Easington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A111   17 November 1827
administration bond, penal sum £100; George BYGATE, minor, bachelor, of Easington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A112   29 June 1827
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Thomas BROWN, farmer, bachelor, of Ryhope in the parish of Bishopewearmouth in the county of Durham
Administration granted to James Parkin ,sole executor and residuary legatee in the last will and testament of John Brown deceased, who survived and was the lawful brother and next of kin, the only person interested in the distribution of the estate of Thomas Brown

DPRI/3/1827/A113   21 November 1827
administration bond, penal sum £200; Abraham HORSFIELD, carpet weaver, of Back Lane in the parish of Saint Nicholas in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A114   21 November 1827
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robson GRAY, shoemaker, of late of Northshields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A115   19 November 1827
administration bond, penal sum £200; William DICKSON, conveyancer, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A116   17 November 1827
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Thomas CHARLTON, farmer, of late of Warnford in the parish of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A117   21 November 1827
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ann TATE, of Wolviston in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A118   27 November 1827
administration bond, penal sum £600; Robert YOUNG, pilot, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A119   26 November 1827
administration bond, penal sum £600; Ralph PATTERSON, fisherman, of Holy Island in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A120   8 November 1827
administration bond, penal sum £40; Faith DAWSON, widow, of South Side in the chapelry of Hamsterley and parish of Saint Andrew Auckland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A121   30 November 1827
administration bond, penal sum £40; Thomas HODGSON, general merchant, of Gateshead in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A122   28 November 1827
administration bond, penal sum £600; Mary REAY, formerly Elliott, of Hetton le Hole in the parish of Houghton- le-Spring in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A123   3 December 1827
administration bond, penal sum £200; Margaret FORESTER, formerly Hudson, of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A124   1 December 1827
administration bond, penal sum £350; John DAVIDSON, miner, widower, of Craigshield in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A125/1-4   16 November 1827
administration bond, penal sum £10; John FORSTER, esquire, of Etherston in the county of Northumberland
Administration granted to Robert Coxon limited to the deceased's interest in property at Styford

DPRI/3/1827/A126   1 December 1827
administration bond, penal sum £40; John THOMPSON, mariner, of Murton in the Whins in the parish of Dalton le Dale in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A127   1 December 1827
administration bond, penal sum £40; George THOMPSON, yeoman, of Murton in the Whins in the parish of Dalton le Dale in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A128   1 December 1827
administration bond, penal sum £40; Robert THOMPSON, yeoman, of Dalton le Dale in the parish of Dalton le Dale in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A129/1   16 March 1827
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; George WRIGHT, schoolmaster, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland. Died 17 November 1814
administration granted to the executors of the deceased's relict

DPRI/3/1827/A129/2   16 March 1827
certificate of oath of estate value; George WRIGHT, schoolmaster, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland. Died 17 November 1814

DPRI/3/1827/A130   1 December 1827
administration bond, penal sum £40; Dorothy MOORE, formerly Dorothy Thompson, of Lemington in the parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A131/1   11 December 1827
administration bond, penal sum £200; James BROWN, smith, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
administration granted to Richard Brown and Ann Douglas, children of the deceased, Elizabeth Brown widow of James Brown having renounced

DPRI/3/1827/A131/2-3   7 December 1827
renunciation; James BROWN, smith, of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A132   13 December 1827
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Margaret MATHER, of late of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1827/A133   17 December 1827
administration bond, penal sum £600; Joseph THORNTON, publican, of Wallsend in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A134   19 December 1827
administration bond, penal sum £600; John MILLS, cooper, of Chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A135   27 December 1827
administration bond, penal sum £400; Henry MENHAM, master mariner, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A136   28 December 1827
administration bond, penal sum £900; Mary RICHMOND, spinster, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A137   24 December 1827
administration bond, penal sum £1,500; George ROBSON, gardener, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1827/A138   28 December 1827
administration bond, penal sum £400; George RAIN, farmer, of Rookhope in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A139/1-4   29 December 1827
administration bond, penal sum £10; Jacob LAMBERT, gentleman, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to George Spearman limited to the intestate's interest in property at Broad Garth lane, Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1827/A140   31 December 1827
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Joseph TODD, farmer, of Walworth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/A141/1-3   18 December 1827
administration bond, penal sum £10; William COLPITTS, tide-surveyor, of Howden Pans in the parish of Wallsend in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Margaret Ann Laing limited to the intestate's interest in property at Tynemouth; the deceased's relict having died

Will bonds 1827
Reference: DPRI/3/1827/T
DPRI/3/1827/T1/1   5 January 1827
will bond, penal sum £40; Lionel WINSHIP, joiner, cabinet-maker, of Gallowgate without the walls but within the liberties of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to Mary Curry, creditor, the executor having renounced.

DPRI/3/1827/T1/2-3   12 January 1827
letter of request; Lionel WINSHIP, joiner, cabinet-maker, of Gallowgate without the walls but within the liberties of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
request from Durham to London to take oath

DPRI/3/1827/T1/4   25 January 1827
certificate of oath; Lionel WINSHIP, joiner, cabinet-maker, of Gallowgate without the walls but within the liberties of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
reply from London to Durham

DPRI/3/1827/T1/5-6   2 January 1827
renunciation; Lionel WINSHIP, joiner, cabinet-maker, of Gallowgate without the walls but within the liberties of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
renunciation of James Archibold, executor

DPRI/3/1827/T2   12 February 1827
will bond, penal sum £40; William DAWSON, of Covent Garden in the Parish of Sunderland by the sea in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to relict and universal legatee; no executor having been named.

DPRI/3/1827/T3   8 February 1827
will bond, penal sum £7,000; John STEPHENSON, ship-owner, of Bank top near South Shields in the county of Durham
administration granted to John Stephenson, son and one of the residuary legatees; the widow and executrix having since died.

DPRI/3/1827/T4/1   22 February 1827
will bond, penal sum £500; Thomas BELL, gentleman, of Wooler brewery in the county of Northumberland. Died 30 March 1826
administration granted to Margaret Bell widow, mother of the deceased and also guardian of the children of the testator; the executors having renounced or died.

DPRI/3/1827/T4/2-3   8 February 1827
renunciation; Thomas BELL, gentleman, of Wooler brewery in the county of Northumberland. Died 30 March 1826
renunciation of John Dawson, William Bell and William Jobson, executors.

DPRI/3/1827/T4/4-5   15 July 1827
election of guardian; Thomas BELL, gentleman, of Wooler brewery in the county of Northumberland. Died 30 March 1826

DPRI/3/1827/T4/6-8   15 February 1827
acceptance of guardianship; Thomas BELL, gentleman, of Wooler brewery in the county of Northumberland. Died 30 March 1826
acceptance of guardianship by Margaret Bell, mother of the deceased

DPRI/3/1827/T5   28 February 1827
will bond, penal sum £40; Thomas BRADLEY, yeoman, of Greatham in the county of Durham. Died 8 March 1825
Administration granted to Thomas Bradley, son and one of the residuary legatees; the executors having died.

DPRI/3/1827/T6   1 February 1827
will bond, penal sum £4,000; George RICHARDSON, ship-owner, of Monkwearmouth Shore. Died 15 April 1826
administration granted to George Richardson and Cuthbert Richardson, sons and two of the residuary legatees; the executors and the relict having renounced.

DPRI/3/1827/T7   2 February 1827
will bond, penal sum £600; Marion ROBERTSON, widow, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed
administration granted to Mark Riddell and William Ford, the surviving executors of Rachel Edgar, who was the sole legatee and executrix of the testatrix.

DPRI/3/1827/T8/1   13 February 1827
will bond, penal sum £3,000; William PICKERING, mason, of township and parish of Chester le street in the county of Durham
administration granted to Elizabeth Pickering, widow, and George Pickering, son, two of the residuary legatees; the executors having renounced.

DPRI/3/1827/T8/2-3   3 February 1827
renunciation; William PICKERING, mason, of township and parish of Chester le street in the county of Durham
renunciation of executors

DPRI/3/1827/T9   22 February 1827
will bond, penal sum £600; Joseph BROWN, of Ballast Hills in that part of the chapelry of All Saints which is without the walls but within the liberties of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to relict and universal legatee; no executor having been named.

DPRI/3/1827/T10   2 April 1827
will bond, penal sum £900; Isabel CURRY, widow of John Curry, widow, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed
administration granted to James Huntley Gibson, the universal legatee; the executors having died.

DPRI/3/1827/T11   15 March 1827
will bond, penal sum £200; John PARKINSON, yeoman, of Benton Engines in the parish of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Elizabeth Parkinson, relict and only surviving legatee; the sole executor having died.

DPRI/3/1827/T12/1   28 April 1827
will bond, penal sum £600; Richard HARKER, miner, of Alston in the parish of Alston and county of Cumberland
administration granted to John Gill, a legatee substituted; the relict, son and executors having died.

DPRI/3/1827/T12/3-4   20 April 1827
letter of request; Richard HARKER, miner, of Alston in the parish of Alston and county of Cumberland
request from Durham to Carlisle to take oath

DPRI/3/1827/T12/5   28 April 1827
certificate of oath; Richard HARKER, miner, of Alston in the parish of Alston and county of Cumberland
reply from Carlisle to Durham

DPRI/3/1827/T13/1   24 March 1827
will bond, penal sum £200; Mary CLEGG, widow, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham. Died November 1825
administration granted to the syndic lawfully appointed of and for the London Missionary Society, the residuary legatees; no executor having been named and the universal legatee having died.

DPRI/3/1827/T13/2-3   17 March 1827
letter of request; Mary CLEGG, widow, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham. Died November 1825
request from Durham to London to take oath

DPRI/3/1827/T13/4-5   26 March 1827
certificate of oath; Mary CLEGG, widow, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham. Died November 1825
reply from London to Durham

DPRI/3/1827/T14/1   6 April 1827
will bond, penal sum £14,000; John DAVISON, esquire, of Lanton in the parish of Kirknewton in the county of Northumberland. Died 6 January 1827
administration granted to Alexander Davison, attorney of Sir William Davison nephew of the testator and sole executor.

DPRI/3/1827/T14/2-8   26 March 1827
power of attornery; John DAVISON, esquire, of Lanton in the parish of Kirknewton in the county of Northumberland. Died 6 January 1827

DPRI/3/1827/T15   16 March 1827
will bond, penal sum £3,000; Henry RICHARDSON, royal navy lieutenant, of Bishop wearmouth . Died 13 December 1826
administration granted to brother and residuary legatee; the executors having renounced.

DPRI/3/1827/T16/1   14 April 1827
will bond, penal sum £900; Anthony ALMOND, gentleman, of the Panfield in the parish of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
Administration granted to Elizabeth Barras, daughter and administrix of Nathan Horn, the surviving executor of testator, since deceased.

DPRI/3/1827/T16/2   14 April 1827
certificate of oath of estate value; Anthony ALMOND, gentleman, of the Panfield in the parish of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1827/T17   29 June 1827
will bond, penal sum £10; Francis DUNLOP, pensioner, of Staindrop in the county of Durham
administration granted to John Dunlap, son and surviving residuary legatee, the relict and the other son and residuary legatee having died.

DPRI/3/1827/T18   26 June 1827
will bond, penal sum £100; Robert SNOWBALL, blacksmith, of Coal Burns in the parish of Ryton in the county of Durham
administration granted to Robert Richardson, grandson and residuary legatee, the relict and other residuary legatees having survived the testator but since died.

DPRI/3/1827/T19/1   3 May 1827
will bond, penal sum £600; Mary ELSTOB, widow, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
administration granted to Ann Hutton, residuary legatee, one executor having died in the lifetime of the testator; the other having renounced.

DPRI/3/1827/T19/2-4   1 March 1827
renunciation; Mary ELSTOB, widow, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
renunciation of Thomas Young, surviving executor

DPRI/3/1827/T20   13 June 1827
will bond, penal sum £600; Thomas SMITH, esquire, of West Thirston in the parish of Felton in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Thomas Smith, son and residuary legatee, the executors having died.

DPRI/3/1827/T21   16 April 1827
will bond, penal sum £6,000; Henry CUTHBERTSON, gentleman, of Ryton in the county of Durham. Died December 1804
administration granted to Elizabeth Fenwick, daughter, only next of kin and residuary legatee, the executor having died. Administation limited until a more authentic copy can be produced and brought into court.

DPRI/3/1827/T22/1-3   10 September 1827
will bond, penal sum £10; John ERRINGTON, skinner, glover, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
grant of administration to Joseph Willis limited to the testator's interest in property at Bottle Bank, Gateshead.

DPRI/3/1827/T23   11 July 1827
will bond, penal sum £600; Daniel TAYLORSON, joiner, cartwright, of Seaton Carew in the parish of Stranton in the county of Durham
administration granted to relict and universal legatee during her widowhood, there being no executor named.

DPRI/3/1827/T24/1-4   26 March 1827
will bond, penal sum £10; Francis SINGLETON, butcher, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Anthony Charlton limited to the testator's interest in property at Morpeth, the executors having died or declined to act

DPRI/3/1827/T25   12 October 1827
will bond, penal sum £600; John HILTON, merchant, of Alston in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
administration granted to Hannah Hilton, daughter, the relict and sole executrix having died.

DPRI/3/1827/T26   15 October 1827
will bond, penal sum £200; John SCOTT, tailor, of Foulden in the county of Berwick. Died 21 August 1824
administration granted to son and residuary legatee; no executor having been named.

DPRI/3/1827/T27   19 November 1827
will bond, penal sum £40; Robert MIDFORD, joiner, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland. Died 18 October 1827
administration granted to Elizabeth Nevins, niece, legatee and administrix; the sole executor having renounced and the other legatees being minors.

DPRI/3/1827/T28/1   13 October 1827
will bond, penal sum £400; Margaret SNOW, widow, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 13 April 1824
administration granted to Mary Irwin, daughter and next of kin, the surviving executor and the guardian of the testator's grandchildren and residuary legatees having renounced.

DPRI/3/1827/T28/2-4   4 October 1827
acceptance of guardianship; Margaret SNOW, widow, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 13 April 1824
with renunciation, 4 October 1827
proxy of election, with the renunciation of Thomas Swinburne, guardian, nominating Mary Irwin to take out administration

DPRI/3/1827/T28/5-7   4 October 1827
election of guardian; Margaret SNOW, widow, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 13 April 1824

DPRI/3/1827/T28/8-9   8 September 1827
renunciation; Margaret SNOW, widow, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 13 April 1824
renunciation of John Stranton, surviving executor and residuary legatee in trust

DPRI/3/1827/T29/1   15 October 1827
will bond, penal sum £1,200; Robert DOBSON, farmer, of Low Newton in the township of Framwellgate chapelry of St Margaret in or near the City of Durham in the county of Durham
administration granted to Ann Ddobson, relict and a legatee; the executors having renounced.

DPRI/3/1827/T29/2-4   11 August 1827
renunciation; Robert DOBSON, farmer, of Low Newton in the township of Framwellgate chapelry of St Margaret in or near the City of Durham in the county of Durham
renunciation of William Dobson and Charles Hodgson, executors.

DPRI/3/1827/T30   6 November 1827
will bond, penal sum £1,600; Thomas SIDDELL, yeoman, of Coxhoe in the parish of Kelloe in the county of Durham. Died 15 January 1826
administration granted to William Siddell, the son and legatee; no executor having been named.

DPRI/3/1827/T31/1-10   18 June 1827
will bond, penal sum £10; HonourableLord Thomas ARCHER, baron of Umberslade, of Umberslade in the county of Warwick
grant of administration to John Seithead limited to the testator's interest in property at Newbrough in the parish of Warden, Northumberland

DPRI/3/1827/T32/1-7   9 November 1827
will bond, penal sum £10; George MAVING, the elder, butcher, Felton, the Knox in the parish of Rothbury in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Thomas Adams Russell limited to the testator's interest in property at Rothbury, Northumberland

Administration bonds 1828
Reference: DPRI/3/1828/A
DPRI/3/1828/A1   11 January 1828
administration bond, penal sum £600; William ARMSTRONG, ship-owner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to George Straughan, a creditor.

DPRI/3/1828/A2   5 January 1828
administration bond, penal sum £400; John BENTON, butcher, bachelor, of South Shields in the county of Durham
administration granted to Joseph Bulmer, a creditor

DPRI/3/1828/A3   10 January 1828
administration bond, penal sum £600; Mary SMITH, formerly of North Shields in the county of Northumberland, but late of Liverpool in the county of Lancaster

DPRI/3/1828/A4   12 January 1828
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert THOMPSON, yeoman, widower, of Hadson Link House in the parish of Warkworth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A5   15 January 1828
administration bond, penal sum £24,000; James GLYNN, iron-founder, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1828/A6   17 January 1828
administration bond, penal sum £100; John DRUMMOND, agent, bachelor, of Stamford in the chapelry of Rennington in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A7   18 January 1828
administration bond, penal sum £40; Leah WILSON, of Alnwick

DPRI/3/1828/A8   21 January 1828
administration bond, penal sum £900; William STRATFORD, master mariner, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A9   23 January 1828
administration bond, penal sum £8,000; William HEPPLE, gentleman, of Black Heddon in the parish of Stamfordham in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A10/1-3   18 January 1828
administration bond, penal sum £10; William Anthony POTTER, surgeon, of chapelry of St Andrews in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to William Henry Bulmer limited to the intestate's interest in a promisory note dated 4 Sep 1816; the previous administrator having died leaving some assets unadministered.

DPRI/3/1828/A11   25 January 1828
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Ephraim HALL, farmer, of the Stobbs in the parish of Elsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A12   31 January 1828
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; George SMITH, gentleman, of Norton in the county of Durham. Died June 1827

DPRI/3/1828/A13   18 January 1828
administration bond, penal sum £900; Camilla TODD, spinster, of Egglingham in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A14   18 January 1828
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Mary TODD, spinster, of Egglingham in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A15/1   4 February 1827
administration bond, penal sum £100; Thomas JOBLING, block-maker, mast-maker, of North Shore in the chapelry of All Saints without the walls but within the liberties of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1828/A15/2   4 February 1828
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Thomas ROBSON, wharfinger, of parochial chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1828/A16   9 February 1828
administration bond, penal sum £600; Nicholas THORNTON, agent, bachelor, of Walls End in the parish of Wallsend in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A17   9 February 1828
administration bond, penal sum £600; Robert NATTRASS, miner, of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A18   18 February 1828
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ann BLAND, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A19/1-4   12 February 1828
administration bond, penal sum £10; Edward WILLOBY, gentleman, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed
grant of administration to William Willoby limited to the intestate's interest in property at Bowsden, Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A20   22 February 1828
administration bond, penal sum £400; Edward FARBRIDGE, innkeeper, of Westgate in the chapelry of Saint John in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A21/1-4   23 February 1828
administration bond, penal sum £10; George RENTON, farmer, of Mouson in the parish of Bamburgh
grant of administration to John Lindsay limited to the intestate's interest in property at Alnwick, Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A22   25 February 1828
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Mary Ann CHAMBERLAIN, nee Turnbull, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A23   4 March 1828
administration bond, penal sum £900; William BROWN, master mariner, of Monkwearmouthshore in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A24   6 March 1828
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann WILLIAMSON, nee Lowe, of High Bitchburn in the chapelry of Witton-le-Wear in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A25   8 March 1828
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; William STEPHENSON, farmer, widower, of Rutchester in the parish of Ovingham in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A26   10 March 1828
administration bond, penal sum £200; Alice LAMB, widow, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1828/A27   6 March 1828
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas STEEL, yeoman, of Berrington in the chapelry of Kyloe in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A28   15 March 1828
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann WILSON, widow, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A29   11 March 1828
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; John MOLE, farmer, of Embleton in the parish of Embleton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A30   21 March 1828
administration bond, penal sum £400; David MOUAT, master mariner, bachelor, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A31   21 March 1828
administration bond, penal sum £200; John RICHARDSON, yeoman, of the Golden Lion Yard in Sadler Street in the parish of Saint Nicholas in the city of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A32   24 March 1828
administration bond, penal sum £400; Robert DAND, yeoman, of Bedlington in the parish of Bedlington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A33   11 March 1828
administration bond, penal sum £400; Samuel HART, druggist, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A34   21 March 1828
administration bond, penal sum £400; Peter BECKWITH, yeoman, of Widehope in the chapelry of Saint Helen Auckland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A35   1 March 1828
administration bond, penal sum £400; Margaret BECKWITH, widow, of Widehope in the chapelry of Saint Helen Auckland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A36   2 April 1828
administration bond, penal sum £200; John WALLACE, commercial traveller, formerly of the city of Durham, but late of Birmingham in the county of Warwick

DPRI/3/1828/A37   28 March 1828
administration bond, penal sum £40; Robert HARRISON, yeoman, of parish of lanchester in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A38/1-4   12 January 1828
administration bond, penal sum £10; Samuel GRIERSON, yeoman, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to George Spearman limited to the intestate's interest in property at High Bridge, Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1828/A39   15 March 1828
administration bond, penal sum £600; Gilford Lawson MORLAND, glass manufacturer, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1828/A40   13 February 1828
administration bond, penal sum £600; Ann PYLE, spinster, of Felton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A41   2 April 1828
administration bond, penal sum £900; Matthias JOHNSON, of Monkheseldon in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A42   10 April 1828
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; John MURRAY, gentleman, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A43   11 April 1828
administration bond, penal sum £40; John ROBSON, yeoman, of Bargate in the parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A44   11 April 1828
administration bond, penal sum £200; Jane SCOTT, widow, of village of Tynemouth in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A45   11 April 1828
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas TURNER, brickmaker, tile-maker, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A46   1 April 1828
administration bond, penal sum £400; James SCOTT, nail manufacturer, of Winlaton in the parish of Ryton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A47   16 April 1828
administration bond, penal sum £100; William BURN, rope-maker, of Blyth Folly in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A48   7 April 1828
administration bond, penal sum £400; Mary ARMSTRONG, of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A49   7 April 1828
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert MAKEPEACE, rat-catcher, of Denwick in the parish of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A50   14 April 1828
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Thomas DAVISON, gentleman, of Allenton in the parish of Allenton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A51   21 April 1828
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; William STRATFORD, master mariner, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A52   19 April 1828
administration bond, penal sum £100; William BOLTON, innkeeper, of Wooler in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A53   30 April 1828
administration bond, penal sum £600; George HODGSON, farmer, of Langley=dale in the parish of Staindrop in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A54/1   17 April 1828
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; Thomas CROUDACE, viewer of collieries, of Lumley Thicks in the parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham. Died February 1828

DPRI/3/1828/A54/2-3   2 April 1828
election of guardian; Thomas CROUDACE, viewer of collieries, of Lumley Thicks in the parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham. Died February 1828

DPRI/3/1828/A54/4-6   2 April 1828
renunciation; Thomas CROUDACE, viewer of collieries, of Lumley Thicks in the parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham. Died February 1828
renunciation of Margaret Croudace, relict, mother and guardian

DPRI/3/1828/A55   12 May 1828
administration bond, penal sum £100; Margaret GILLIES, spinster, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1828/A56/1   12 May 1828
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; John WEALLENS, farmer, of North Dissington East Houses in the parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland. Died 26 March 1828

DPRI/3/1828/A56/2-3   6 May 1828
renunciation; John WEALLENS, farmer, of North Dissington East Houses in the parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland. Died 26 March 1828
renunciation of Mary Weallens, relict

DPRI/3/1828/A56/4-6   6 May 1828
acceptance of guardianship; John WEALLENS, farmer, of North Dissington East Houses in the parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland. Died 26 March 1828

DPRI/3/1828/A56/7-8   8 May 1828
election of guardian; John WEALLENS, farmer, of North Dissington East Houses in the parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland. Died 26 March 1828

DPRI/3/1828/A57   18 January 1828
administration bond, penal sum £200; George DOWNEY, tailor, widower, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A58   26 May 1828
administration bond, penal sum £200; Isabella ARMSTRONG, widow, of Corbridge in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A59   23 May 1828
administration bond, penal sum £40; Elizabeth WATSON, nee Wallace, widow, of Pittington Hall Garth in the parish of Pittington in the County of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A60   30 April 1828
administration bond, penal sum £400; Mark SPRAGGON, quarryman, of Low Lambton in the chapelry of Painshaw in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A61   30 May 1828
administration bond, penal sum £400; Richard WINN, yeoman, bachelor, of Ayton Banks in the chapelry of Lamesley in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A62/1   23 May 1828
administration bond, penal sum £100; Thomas HARDING, coachman at the Mansion House, coachman, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1828/A62/2   17 May 1828
certificate of value of savings bank account; Thomas HARDING, coachman at the Mansion House, coachman, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1828/A63   21 May 1828
administration bond, penal sum £200; John LEE, innkeeper, bachelor, of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A64   2 June 1828
administration bond, penal sum £400; James CHARLTON, publican, of Bellingham in the parish of Bellingham in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A65   3 June 1828
administration bond, penal sum £400; George CLARK, baker, of South Blyth in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A66/1   31 May 1828
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; John STEPHENSON, farmer, widower, of Slaggyford in the parish of Knaresdale in the county of Northumberland. Died 18 August 1827

DPRI/3/1828/A66/2-4   14 May 1828
acceptance of guardianship; John STEPHENSON, farmer, widower, of Slaggyford in the parish of Knaresdale in the county of Northumberland. Died 18 August 1827

DPRI/3/1828/A66/5-6   14 May 1828
election of guardian; John STEPHENSON, farmer, widower, of Slaggyford in the parish of Knaresdale in the county of Northumberland. Died 18 August 1827

DPRI/3/1828/A67   5 June 1828
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Isabella BUSBY, widow, of Bishop Wearmouth in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the County of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A68   12 June 1828
administration bond, penal sum £10; John BURT, gentleman, bachelor, of West Jesmond in the chapelry of Saint Andrew in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A69   12 June 1828
administration bond, penal sum £10; Anthony BURT, bachelor, of West Jesmond in the chapelry of Saint Andrew in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A70/1-4   7 June 1828
administration bond, penal sum £10; John POTTS, gentleman, of Shilbottle Woodhouse in the parish of Shilbottle in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration limited to interest in property at Bridge Street, Morpeth

DPRI/3/1828/A71   14 June 1828
administration bond, penal sum £600; Elizabeth THOMPSON, widow, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A72   17 June 1828
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; Nicholas APPLEBY, esquire, bachelor, of Eastfield in the parish of Warkwoth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A73   23 June 1828
administration bond, penal sum £40; Barbara PEARSON, formerly Barbgara Houston, widow, of late of Leeds in the county of York

DPRI/3/1828/A74   10 June 1828
administration bond, penal sum £100; Margaret HODGSON, widow, of Bishop Wearmouth in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A75   20 June 1828
administration bond, penal sum £40; Sarah HARBOTTLE, spinster, of Gilligate in the parish of Saint Giles in Durham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A76   30 June 1828
administration bond, penal sum £400; John LAIDLER, miller, widower, of Grindon Hill in the parish of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A77   28 June 1828
administration bond, penal sum £900; Jonathon HALL, gamekeeper, of chapelry of Gosforth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A78   22 July 1828
administration bond, penal sum £400; Isabella WHEATLEY, formerly Isabella Blaxton widow, of Tanfield in the chapelry of Tanfield in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A79/1   22 July 1828
administration bond, penal sum £600; John BLAXTON, parish clerk, of Tanfield in the chapelry of Tanfield in the county of Durham. Died 1784

DPRI/3/1828/A79/2   22 July 1828
certificate of oath of estate value; John BLAXTON, parish clerk, of Tanfield in the chapelry of Tanfield in the county of Durham. Died 1784

DPRI/3/1828/A80   7 June 1828
administration bond, penal sum £100; William LISHMAN, clerk, of Longframlington in the parish of Felton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A82   26 July 1828
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Michael GREENE, esquire, bachelor, of Dunston in the parish of Whickham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A83   14 July 1828
administration bond, penal sum £100; Charles FRENCH, common soldier belonging to H.M. 60th Regiment of Foot, army common soldier, bachelor

DPRI/3/1828/A84   31 July 1828
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas CLARKE, labourer, widower, of Lyhum in the parish of Chatton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A85   4 August 1828
administration bond, penal sum £900; Joseph BELL, farmer, widower, of Watch Law in the parish of Ford in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A86   9 August 1828
administration bond, penal sum £40; Thomas WALTON, miner, of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A87   9 August 1828
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Joseph DICKINSON, miner, bachelor, of Alston in the county ofCumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A88/1   9 August 1828
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; Edward SMITH, farmer, of Eastern Newbigging in the parish of Norham in the county of Durham
administration granted to William Smith, brother.

DPRI/3/1828/A88/2-3   21 April 1828
renunciation; Edward SMITH, farmer, of Eastern Newbigging in the parish of Norham in the county of Durham
renunciation of Jane Smith, relict

DPRI/3/1828/A88/4-6   14 July 1828
renunciation; Edward SMITH, farmer, of Eastern Newbigging in the parish of Norham in the county of Durham
renunciation of Thomas Smith, Adam Smith, Greive Smith, William Spours and Sarah Spours, brothers and sister and only other next of kin.

DPRI/3/1828/A89   13 August 1828
administration bond, penal sum £200; William HARRISON, custom-house officer, of Bishop Wearmouth in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A90   14 August 1828
administration bond, penal sum £200; Isaac PEART, master of the merchant ship Shannon, master [mariner], bachelor, of township of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A91   16 August 1828
administration bond, penal sum £400; George BATHGATE, shepherd, bachelor, of Biddlestone Town Foot in the parish of Allenton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A92   21 August 1828
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Thomas THOMSON, gentleman, of Tweedmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A93   23 August 1828
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas NESBIT, farmer, of Preston in the shire of Berwick in North Britain

DPRI/3/1828/A94/1   29 August 1828
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Robert HAIR, gentleman, bachelor, of Coldstream in the county of Berwick in North Britain
administration granted to John Hair and Thomas Hair, brothers and two of the next of kin

DPRI/3/1828/A94/2-3   18 August 1828
renunciation; Robert HAIR, gentleman, bachelor, of Coldstream in the county of Berwick in North Britain
renunciation of Isabella Townson, sister and one of the next of kin

DPRI/3/1828/A95   13 September 1828
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; John HEPPELL, broker, ship-owner, of Monkwearmouth in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A96   13 September 1828
administration bond, penal sum £400; Elizabeth BLAKEY, widow, of Stockton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A97   13 September 1828
administration bond, penal sum £200; Frances RICHARDSON, spinster, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A98   22 October 1828
administration bond, penal sum £400; Margaret PALLISTER, spinster, of Usworth in the parish of Washington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A99   16 August 1828
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert ROWLEY, cork-cutter, widower, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1828/A100   16 October 1828
administration bond, penal sum £500; John WOOD, the younger, gentleman, bachelor, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A101   11 October 1828
administration bond, penal sum £200; David PAGAN, draper, heretofore of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne, late of Dumfrieshire, North Britain

DPRI/3/1828/A102   9 October 1828
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; John COLLING, butcher, bachelor, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A103/1   14 October 1828
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; James EATON, grocer, bachelor, of Brandling Place in the chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1828/A103/2-3   5 September 1828
letter of request; James EATON, grocer, bachelor, of Brandling Place in the chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
request from Durham to Bristol to take oath

DPRI/3/1828/A103/4   14 October 1828
certificate of oath; James EATON, grocer, bachelor, of Brandling Place in the chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
reply from Bristol to Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A104/1-4   13 May 1828
administration bond, penal sum £10; John Phillipson STOKOE, gentleman, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to George Tallentire Gibson limited to the intestate's interest in property in Butcher Bank, Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1828/A105   4 October 1828
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas SMITH, husbandman, of Hawkwell in the parish of Stamfordham in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A106/1   3 October 1828
administration bond, penal sum £400; Margaret PRINGLE, widow, of Portobello in the county of Mid Lothian in North Britain

DPRI/3/1828/A106/2-3   8 September 1828
renunciation; Margaret PRINGLE, widow, of Portobello in the county of Mid Lothian in North Britain
renunciation of William Wilkins, brother in law, and Marion Ann Wilkins, sister

DPRI/3/1828/A106/4-5   17 September 1828
letter of request; Margaret PRINGLE, widow, of Portobello in the county of Mid Lothian in North Britain
request from Durham to the magistrates of Mid Lothian to take oath

DPRI/3/1828/A106/6   3 October 1828
certificate of oath; Margaret PRINGLE, widow, of Portobello in the county of Mid Lothian in North Britain
reply from the magistrates of Mid Lothian to Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A107   30 October 1828
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; James FORSTER, woodmonger, of Prestwick in the parish of Ponteland in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A108   15 September 1828
administration bond, penal sum £400; William BLAGDON, mariner, of Tole Square in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A109   31 October 1828
administration bond, penal sum £400; Stephen WISEMAN, tallow-chandler, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A110   7 November 1828
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Edmund COOK, farmer, of Foulmart-law in the parish of Bolam in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A111/1-3   27 October 1828
administration bond, penal sum £10; George NELSON, mason, of South Shields in the county of Durham
grant of administration to Solomon Sutherland limited to the intestate's interest in property at South Shields

DPRI/3/1828/A112/1-3   29 October 1828
administration bond, penal sum £10; Joseph FINNEY, engineer, of Lemmington in the parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Edward Finney and James Finney limited to the intestate's interest in property at Corbridge

DPRI/3/1828/A113/1   15 November 1828
administration bond, penal sum £400; Esther DIXON, widow, of Coldgate Mill in the parish of Ilderton in the county of Northumberland. Died 4 January 1825

DPRI/3/1828/A113/2-3   19 October 1828
election of guardian; Esther DIXON, widow, of Coldgate Mill in the parish of Ilderton in the county of Northumberland. Died 4 January 1825

DPRI/3/1828/A113/4-6   31 October 1828
acceptance of guardianship; Esther DIXON, widow, of Coldgate Mill in the parish of Ilderton in the county of Northumberland. Died 4 January 1825

DPRI/3/1828/A114   15 November 1828
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann ROBSON, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A115   17 November 1828
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; John MATTHEW, butcher, widower, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A116   15 November 1828
administration bond, penal sum £200; William PICKERING, labourer, widower, of Bitchburn in the parish of Saint Andrew Auckland in the County of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A117   17 November 1828
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Mitford PEACOCK, fellow of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, clerk, bachelor, of Cambridge

DPRI/3/1828/A118   25 November 1828
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; John ATKINSON, tailor, widower, of Wooler in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A119   12 November 1828
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; William WATSON, farmer, formerly of Horncastle in the parish of Kirkwhelpington in the county of Northumberland, late of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A120   28 November 1828
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; John RIDLEY, agent, of Matfen in the parish of Stamfordham in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A121   26 November 1828
administration bond, penal sum £200; Jane THOMPSON, spinster, of South Dissington in the parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A122   15 October 1828
administration bond, penal sum £100; Patience DODDS, nee Temple, of Scremerston near the borough of Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1828/A123/1   28 November 1828
administration bond, penal sum £100; George ROBSON, joiner, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A123/2   November 1828
certificate of value of estate; George ROBSON, joiner, of South Shields in the county of Durham
Robson was a depositor in the South Shields Saving Bank

DPRI/3/1828/A124   27 November 1828
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Andrew BONE, wine-merchant, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A125   29 August 1828
administration bond, penal sum £200; James ROBINSON, farmer, miner, of Watgarth in the township of Forest and Firth in the parish of Middleton in Teasdale in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A126/1-4   12 December 1828
administration bond, penal sum £10; Dougal ROBERTSON, woollen-draper, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to George Anthony Lambert limited to the intestate's interest in property in Head of the Side, Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1828/A127   20 November 1828
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Margaret MOSS, widow, of Walker Place in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A128   15 December 1828
administration bond, penal sum £40; Joseph TODD, yeoman, of East Brokenheugh in the chapelry of Haydon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A129   16 December 1828
administration bond, penal sum £200; William GUTHRIE, surgeon, of South Blyth in the parish of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A130   20 December 1828
administration bond, penal sum £100; Thomas KIRSOP, farmer, widower, of Soninghead in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A131   23 December 1828
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert BUNN, flour dealer, of Wind Mill Hills in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A132   23 December 1828
administration bond, penal sum £400; James MITCHELL, yeoman, bachelor, of Belford in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A133   31 December 1828
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Thomas JACKSON, gentleman, bachelor, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1828/A134   9 December 1828
administration bond, penal sum £100; Nicholas ORCHARD, mariner, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A135   27 December 1828
administration bond, penal sum £400; John EVANS, brewer, of Wolsingham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A136/1-4   30 December 1828
administration bond, penal sum £10; Joseph LABOURN, merchant, of Westgate Hill in the chapelry of Saint John in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to William Greenwell limited to the intestate's interest in property at Kibblesworth

DPRI/3/1828/A137   23 December 1828
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; John RIDLEY, innkeeper, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1828/A138   18 December 1828
administration bond, penal sum £60; Thomas GRESHAM, mason, of North Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1828/A139   30 December 1828
administration bond, penal sum £900; John YOUNG, master mariner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/A140/1-6   19 August 1828
administration bond, penal sum £10; George NESBIT, spirit-merchant, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to William McDougal limited to the intestate's interest in property at Rothbury

DPRI/3/1828/A141/1-6   24 September 1828
administration bond, penal sum £10; Edward SHIPPERDSON, esquire, of Pittington Hall Garth in the parish of Pittington in the county of Durham
grant of administration to George Waugh Stable limited to the intestate's interest in property at Elemore Hall and Little Haswell.

DPRI/3/1828/A142/1-4   5 August 1828
administration bond, penal sum £10; Thomas Goodfellow SHAFTO, rector of Brancepeth, canon of Christ Church in the university of Oxford, D.D., clerk, of Brancepeth in the county of Durham. Died 17 October 1799
grant of administration to Robert Langford and Charles Ellis limited to the intestate's interest in property at Alnwick

DPRI/3/1828/A142/5-7   11 May 1827
letter of request; Thomas Goodfellow SHAFTO, rector of Brancepeth, canon of Christ Church in the university of Oxford, D.D., clerk, of Brancepeth in the county of Durham. Died 17 October 1799
request from Durham to London to take oath

DPRI/3/1828/A142/8   6 August 1828
certificate of oath; Thomas Goodfellow SHAFTO, rector of Brancepeth, canon of Christ Church in the university of Oxford, D.D., clerk, of Brancepeth in the county of Durham. Died 17 October 1799
reply from London to Durham

Will bonds 1828
Reference: DPRI/3/1828/T
DPRI/3/1828/T1   15 January 1828
will bond, penal sum £100; Elizabeth SANDERSON, spinster, of Belford in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Flora Sanderson and Catherine Sanderson the universal legatees, there being no executor named in the will

DPRI/3/1828/T2   4 January 1828
will bond, penal sum £1,600; Thomas CHAMPNEY, farmer, of Mill Hill in the parish of Ponteland and county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed grantedt o Elizabeth Champney, relict and residuary legatee, the named executors having refused or declined so to do.

DPRI/3/1828/T3   15 February 1828
will bond, penal sum £200; Nathaniel LAMB, cabinet-maker, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to Elizabeth Turnbull daughter and surviving residuary legatee of the testator, Alice Lamb the relict and sole executor having died before admininstration

DPRI/3/1828/T4/1   12 April 1828
will bond, penal sum £3,000; Dorothy ANTRAM, widow, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham. Died 1 February 1815
administration with the will annexed granted to Anna Kilburn a legatee, the executors and residuary legatees having died

DPRI/3/1828/T4/2   12 April 1828
certificate of oath of estate value; Dorothy ANTRAM, widow, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham. Died 1 February 1815

DPRI/3/1828/T5   31 March 1828
will bond, penal sum £8,000; Anthony THOMAS, vicar of Chillingham, LL.D., clerk, of Chillingham in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Jean Thomas, relict and residuary legatee for life, the Right Honorable Thomas Earl of Kellie the sole executor having died before proving the same

DPRI/3/1828/T6/1   30 April 1828
will bond, penal sum £2,000; Jane RICHARDSON, widow, of South Street in or near the city of Durham. Died 1825
administration with the will annexed granted to Thomas Blow the administrator of Mary Blow the sole executrix of the testator who died leaving the will unadministered

DPRI/3/1828/T6/2   30 April 1828
certificate of oath; Jane RICHARDSON, widow, of South Street in or near the city of Durham. Died 1825
reply from London to Durham

DPRI/3/1828/T6/3   30 April 1828
certificate of oath of estate value; Jane RICHARDSON, widow, of South Street in or near the city of Durham. Died 1825

DPRI/3/1828/T6/4   24 April 1828
letter of request; Jane RICHARDSON, widow, of South Street in or near the city of Durham. Died 1825
request from Durham to London to take oath

DPRI/3/1828/T7   28 April 1828
will bond, penal sum £40; Sarah BROWN, widow, of Darlington in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to William Robinson and John Ellerton executors for Cuthbert Brown son and sole executor of the testator who died before administration

DPRI/3/1828/T8
Reference number T8 (DPRI/3/1828/T8) listed in alphabet book (DPRI/7) for Thomas Gustard of Gateshead, however Gustard's will bond was numbered by the probate clerk T9 (DPRI/3/1828/T9), and consequently T8 appears not to have been used.

DPRI/3/1828/T9   19 April 1828
will bond, penal sum £400; Thomas GUSTARD, smith, of Gateshead
Administration with the will annexed granted to Margaret Brown daughter and legatee of the testator, there being no executor or residuary legatee named in the will. [Reference number T8 (DPRI/3/1828/T8) listed in alphabet book (DPRI/7) for Thomas Gustard of Gateshead, however Gustard's will bond was numbered by the probate clerk T9 (DPRI/3/1828/T9), and consequently T8 appears not to have been used.]

DPRI/3/1828/T10   1 December 1827
will bond, penal sum £2,000; Mary TODD, widow, of Eglingham in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Ann Todd the daughter and surviving residuary legatee, one executor having died before the testator, the other executor and the other residuary legatees having died before administration

DPRI/3/1828/T11   11 February 1828
will bond, penal sum £2,000; William WRIGHTSON, gentleman, formerly of Morton Palmes (Morton Salines) in the county of Durham, late of Nesham Hall
administration with the will and codicils annexed granted to Thomas Wrightson son and residuary legatee the named executors having renounced

DPRI/3/1828/T12   17 March 1828
will bond, penal sum £200; Bartholomew LUMLEY, grocer, of Corbridge
administration with the will annexed granted to Bartholomew Lumley one of the residuary legatees, there being no executor named

DPRI/3/1828/T13   12 March 1828
will bond, penal sum £40; William LEIGHTON, shipwright, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland. Died 29 September 1827
administration with the will annexed granted to Margaret Leighton relict and residuary legatee, Robert Cutter the surviving executor having renounced

DPRI/3/1828/T14   3 March 1828
will bond, penal sum £100; Elizabeth WOODHOUSE, widow, of Darlington in the county of Durham. Died 16 December 1827
administration with the will and codicil annexed granted to John Hogg son and named legatee, the named executors having renounced

DPRI/3/1828/T15/1   13 March 1828
will bond, penal sum £600; John MALING, esquire, of the Grange in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Ann Maling the relict and residuary legatee for life, the named executors having all died

DPRI/3/1828/T15/2-3   3 November 1827
letter of request; John MALING, esquire, of the Grange in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
from Durham to York

DPRI/3/1828/T15/4   11 March 1828
commission; John MALING, esquire, of the Grange in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
with certificate of oath, 13 March 1828
commission from York to commissioners at [Scarborough] to take oath; with certificate of oath

DPRI/3/1828/T16   26 May 1828
will bond, penal sum £3,000; William HARDY, twine-maker, manufacturer, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to James Hardy the brother and one of the residuary legatees, Jane Hardy mother and sole executrix having died in the lifetime of the testator

DPRI/3/1828/T17   21 May 1828
will bond, penal sum £600; William YOUNG, yeoman, of Middles in the parish of Brancepeth and county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Mary Henderson the sole executrix of Mary Young widow, who was the sole executrix of the testator but did not take upon herself the probate of the will

DPRI/3/1828/T18   21 June 1828
will bond, penal sum £400; Margaret HALL, widow of William Hall, widow, of of the South Shore in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Abraham Dawson a creditor, William Andrew the sole named executor having refused or declined

DPRI/3/1828/T19/1   23 May 1828
will bond, penal sum £6,000; John REID, stationer, bookseller, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed
administration with the will annexed granted to Isabella Reid the relict and legatee, the named executors having renounced and Andrew Reid son and residuary legatee having renounced

DPRI/3/1828/T19/2-3   29 July 1828
renunciation; William REED, mason, of Monk Wearmouth Shore in the parish of Monk Wearmouth in the county of Durham
exhibited, 4 Aug 1828

DPRI/3/1828/T19/4-7   22 May 1828
renunciation; John REID, stationer, bookseller, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed
renunciation by the executors

DPRI/3/1828/T19/8-10   22 May 1828
renunciation; John REID, stationer, bookseller, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed
renunciation by Andrew Reid, son and residuary legatee

DPRI/3/1828/T20   4 August 1828
will bond, penal sum £40; William REED, mason, of Monk Wearmouth Shore in the parish of Monk Wearmouth in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Elizabeth Reid relict and residuary legatee, the sole executor named having renounced

DPRI/3/1828/T21   28 July 1828
will bond, penal sum £400; Edward MOOR, shopkeeper, of Ovington in the parish of Ovingham and county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Alice Moor the relict and residuary legatee for life, there being no executor named

DPRI/3/1828/T22   2 September 1828
will bond, penal sum £10; Alice MOWBRAY, widow of Daniel Mowbray gentleman, widow, of Westgate Hill in the chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to Margaret Mowbray only child of the testatrix, Daniel Mowbray her husband and executor having died in her lifetime

DPRI/3/1828/T23/1-8   14 May 1828
will bond, penal sum £10; Joshua PEELE, gentleman, formerly of Symonds Inn in the county of Middlesex, late of the parish of Saint Andrew Holborn London
grant of administration to William Emerson Wooler limited to the testator's interest in property at Headlam and Langton County Durham left unadministered by Marianna Peele executrix

DPRI/3/1828/T24/1-4   6 May 1828
will bond, penal sum £10; Rachel THOMPSON, widow of Isaac Thompson, widow, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to Richard Craster Askew limited to the testator's interest in property without Pilgrim Street Gate, Newcastle upon Tyne; the executor John Thompson having died leaving goods unadministered

DPRI/3/1828/T25   7 April 1828
will bond, penal sum £400; Thomas HARBOTTLE, yeoman, of Alston in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to William Armstrong administrator of Mary Armstrong his wife, who was the relict and sole executrix of the deceased

DPRI/3/1828/T26   16 August 1828
will bond, penal sum £200; Samuel FORSTER, excise officer, of Diamond Hall in the parish of Bishopwearmouth in in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to John Watson a creditor of the testator, Richard Annott executor and residuary legatee having renounced

DPRI/3/1828/T27/1   19 July 1828
will bond, penal sum £60,000; Ralph William GREY, the elder, esquire, formerly of Backworth, late of Acton House Northumberland. Died 5 June 1822
administration with the will annexed granted to John Grey brother and a legatee of the testator, there being no named executor and Ann Smith formerly Ann Grey relict having renounced

DPRI/3/1828/T27/2-3   23 May 1828
renunciation; Ralph William GREY, the elder, esquire, formerly of Backworth, late of Acton House Northumberland. Died 5 June 1822
renunciation of Ann Smith, formerly Ann Grey, relict

DPRI/3/1828/T27/4-5   25 June 1828
letter of request; Ralph William GREY, the elder, esquire, formerly of Backworth, late of Acton House Northumberland. Died 5 June 1822
request from Durham to the Archbishop of Dublin to take oath

DPRI/3/1828/T27/6   19 July 1828
certificate of oath; Ralph William GREY, the elder, esquire, formerly of Backworth, late of Acton House Northumberland. Died 5 June 1822
reply from Dublin to Durham

DPRI/3/1828/T28/1   27 November 1828
will bond, penal sum £4,000; George BURRELL, gentleman, of Tynemouth Place in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to John Anderson, Thomas Anderson and William Chapman creditors, Jane Burrell the relict having died and the other executors having declined to act

DPRI/3/1828/T28/2-4   21 November 1828
letter of request; George BURRELL, gentleman, of Tynemouth Place in the county of Northumberland
request from Durham to London to swear Thomas Anderson

DPRI/3/1828/T28/5-6   2 December 1828
certificate of oath; George BURRELL, gentleman, of Tynemouth Place in the county of Northumberland
reply from London to Durham

DPRI/3/1828/T28/7   2 December 1828
certificate of oath of estate value; George BURRELL, gentleman, of Tynemouth Place in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1828/T29   20 December 1828
will bond, penal sum £3,000; Elizabeth WINTER, spinster, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 7 October 1828
administration with the will annexed granted to Jane Winter Strong niece and one of the residuary legatees, George Atkinson Winter the sole executor having renounced

DPRI/3/1828/T30   29 October 1828
will bond, penal sum £900; Alison HARRIGAT, spinster, of Shelacres in the parish of Norham in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Margaret Harigad, sister and universal legatee, no executor having been named

DPRI/3/1828/T31   2 November 1828
will bond, penal sum £2,000; Thomas SKIPSEY, ship-owner, of South Shields in the parish of Jarrow and county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Jane Skipsea relict and residuary legatee for life, the executors having renounced

DPRI/3/1828/T32   7 June 1828
will bond, penal sum £1,600; Edward MITCHELL, master mariner, of Grangemouth in the county of Stirling
administration with the will annexed granted to Jean Mitchell relict and universal legatee there being no executor named

DPRI/3/1828/T33/1-4   7 May 1825
will bond, penal sum £10; Thomas FRYER, cordwainer, of towne and county of Newcastle upon Tine
grant of administration to Robert Walters limited to the testator's interest in property at Pilgrim Street Newcastle

DPRI/3/1828/T34   6 November 1828
will bond, penal sum £3,000; Thomas BELL, gentleman, of Wooler brewery in the county of Northumberland. Died 30 March 1826
administration with the will annexed granted to Margaret Bell, endorsed with certificate of oath of estate value

DPRI/3/1828/T35   17 October 1828
will bond, penal sum £300; Alexander ATKIN, mason, of West Weetwod in the parish of Chatton in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Thomas Atkin, Mary Riddle and Ann Cairns the children and universal legatees of the testator there being no executor named, and Eleanor Atkin mother and universal legatee for life having died

DPRI/3/1828/T36   26 December 1828
will bond, penal sum £400; Richard BYGATE, farmer, of Easington in the county of Durham
administration granted to Thomas Bygate, son and one of the residuary legatees, Ann Bygate the former administratrix having died

DPRI/3/1828/T37/1   5 August 1828
will bond, penal sum £200; Honorable Wilmot VAUGHAN, [1st] earl of Lisburne. Died 1800
administration with the will annexed granted to Sir Laurence Vaughan Palk, baronet the sole executor of Sir Lawrence Palk, baronet who was the surviving executor of the Right Honorable Wilmot Vaughan, Earl of Lisburne

DPRI/3/1828/T37/2-4   12 May 1827
letter of request; Honorable Wilmot VAUGHAN, [1st] earl of Lisburne. Died 1800
request from Durham to London to take oath; with certificate of oath, 5 Aug 1828

DPRI/3/1828/T37/5   5 August 1828
certificate of oath of estate value; Honorable Wilmot VAUGHAN, [1st] earl of Lisburne. Died 1800
some property lay within the province of Canterbury

DPRI/3/1828/T37/6   6 August 1828
certificate of oath; Honorable Wilmot VAUGHAN, [1st] earl of Lisburne. Died 1800
reply from London to Durham

DPRI/3/1828/T38/1   5 August 1828
will bond, penal sum £200; Sir John VAUGHAN, knight of the Bath, army lieutenant-general, of Mamhead Cottage in the county of Devon. Died 30 June 1795
administration with the will annexed granted to Sir Lawrence Vaughan Palk, the executor named in the will of Sir Lawrence Palk baronet who was the surviving executor named by the testator

DPRI/3/1828/T38/2   3 May 1828
letter of request; Sir John VAUGHAN, knight of the Bath, army lieutenant-general, of Mamhead Cottage in the county of Devon. Died 30 June 1795
request from Durham to London to take oath

DPRI/3/1828/T38/3   5 August 1828
certificate of oath; Sir John VAUGHAN, knight of the Bath, army lieutenant-general, of Mamhead Cottage in the county of Devon. Died 30 June 1795
reply from London to Durham

DPRI/3/1828/T38/4   5 August 1828
certificate of oath of estate value; Sir John VAUGHAN, knight of the Bath, army lieutenant-general, of Mamhead Cottage in the county of Devon. Died 30 June 1795
the deceased also had property within the province of Canterbury

DPRI/3/1828/T39   10 December 1828
will bond, penal sum £600; Margaret GRESHAM, widow, of Monk Wearmouth in the county of Durham. Died 24 October 1827
administration with the will annexed granted to Elizabeth Gresham and Jane Mary Gresham the surviving children and residuary legatees, the named executors having renounced and William John Gresham the grandson and other named legatee being in his minority

Administration bonds 1829
Reference: DPRI/3/1829/A
DPRI/3/1829/A1   10 January 1829
administration bond, penal sum £200; Lancelot HALL, miner, of Nenthead in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A2   13 January 1829
administration bond, penal sum £17,000; John TURNER, gentleman, bachelor, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1829/A3   29 January 1829
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Matthew Wilson HERON, miller, widower, of Byker Hill in the chapelry of All Saints in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A4/1   14 November 1828
administration bond, penal sum £400; John ROCHESTER, farmer, widower, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A4/2   14 November 1828
certificate of oath; John ROCHESTER, farmer, widower, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
reply from London to Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A4/3   27 August 1828
letter of request; John ROCHESTER, farmer, widower, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
request from Durham to London to take oath

DPRI/3/1829/A5   7 February 1829
administration bond, penal sum £400; William PUNSHON, publican, of Chapelry of St. Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1829/A6   13 February 1829
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; William ANDERSON, miner, of Allergate in the chapelry of St Margaret in or near the city of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A7   10 February 1829
administration bond, penal sum £600; Richard WAKE, schoolmaster, bachelor, of North Sunderland in the parish of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A8   21 February 1829
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas SHIPHERD, farmer, of Finckle Abbey in the parish of St Oswald Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A9   18 February 1829
administration bond, penal sum £400; James CODLING, agent, of Stella in the parish of Ryton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A10   14 February 1829
administration bond, penal sum £900; Elizabeth RICHARDSON, widow, of Bisdhopwearmouth in the county of Durham
Robson Richardson the son of deceased was a minor at time of her death

DPRI/3/1829/A11   23 February 1829
administration bond, penal sum £600; George Augustus SINDERSAY, [royal navy] lieutenant, of Gilesgate in the parish of St Giles , Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A12   21 February 1829
administration bond, penal sum £400; Joseph KNOX, farmer, widower, of Felton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A13   21 February 1829
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Anthony DODD, farmer, of Catcleugh in the parish of Elsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A14   18 February 1829
administration bond, penal sum £40; Thomas EMMERSON, miner, of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A15/1   23 February 1829
administration bond, penal sum £200; Nicholas HEDLEY, gentleman, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A15/2-4   10 February 1829
letter of request, 10 February 1829; Nicholas HEDLEY, gentleman, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
with certificate of oath, 23 February 1829
request from Durham to Chester to take oath; with reply

DPRI/3/1829/A16   3 March 1829
administration bond, penal sum £100; John RUTHERFORD, shepherd, of Haughton Pasture in the parsih of Humshaugh in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A17   4 March 1829
administration bond, penal sum £100; William TURNER, painter, glazier, bachelor, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A18   9 March 1829
administration bond, penal sum £400; Margery WHALE, widow, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A19   11 March 1829
administration bond, penal sum £450; Mary RIPPON, widow, of Water Ville North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A20/1-4   9 March 1829
administration bond, penal sum £10; John NOBLE, weaver, formerly of Benridge in the county of Northumberland , but late of Fair Moor in the parish of Mitford in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Robert Dixon limited to the intestate's interest in property at Bullers Green, Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A21   18 March 1829
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Ralph MARCH, farmer, bachelor, of Field House in the parish of Lesbury in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A22   24 March 1829
administration bond, penal sum £600; John Brough TAYLOR, surgeon, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A23   26 March 1829
administration bond, penal sum £400; William ARLOT, watchmaker, of Sunderland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A24   21 March 1829
administration bond, penal sum £100; John STOREY, farmer, of Blakelaw in the parish of Simonburn in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A25   1 April 1829
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Thomas ROBSON, farmer, of Lowshield Green in the Chapelry of Birtley in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A26   10 April 1829
administration bond, penal sum £400; Isabella CHAPMAN, spinster, of Parish of St. Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1829/A27/1   10 April 1829
administration bond, penal sum £100; Percival WRIGHT, confectioner, of parish of St. Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1829/A27/2-3   18 March 1829
renunciation; Percival WRIGHT, confectioner, of parish of St. Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
Wright's widow died before administration was applied for. Renunciation of Percival and John Wright, sons, nominating Thomas Wright their cousin to take out administration

DPRI/3/1829/A28/1   10 April 1829
administration bond, penal sum £100; John WRIGHT, mariner, bachelor, of Parish of St. Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1829/A28/2-3   10 March 1829
renunciation; John WRIGHT, mariner, bachelor, of Parish of St. Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
Robert Wright and Joseph Wright, brothers and only surviving next of kin of deceased renounced in favour of Thomas Wright, cousin

DPRI/3/1829/A29/1   14 April 1829
administration bond, penal sum £900; Elizabeth MACKRETH, widow, of Sunderland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A29/2-3   10 April 1829
renunciation; Elizabeth MACKRETH, widow, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
Ann Smith wife of William Johnston Smith, daughter of deceased renounced in favour of her unmarried sister Elizabeth Mackreth; exhibited, 14 Apr 1829

DPRI/3/1829/A30   15 April 1829
administration bond, penal sum £40; John KENNEDY, gardener, of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1829/A31   21 April 1829
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas STOKOE, bricklayer, of chapelry of St Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1829/A32   30 April 1829
administration bond, penal sum £400; George HALL, cattle-dealer, of Chester le Street in the county of Duham

DPRI/3/1829/A33   29 April 1829
administration bond, penal sum £400; Roger HALL, yeoman, of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A34   29 April 1829
administration bond, penal sum £40; John HARRISON, innkeeper, blacksmith, of Daddryshield in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A35/1-2   2 May 1829
administration bond, penal sum £30; Mary BROWN, of Field Head in the parish of Shotley in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A36   6 May 1829
administration bond, penal sum £200; John GARTRY, mariner, bachelor, of Sunderleand near the sea inn the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A37   6 May 1829
administration bond, penal sum £200; Elizabeth GARTRY, spinster, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A38   9 May 1829
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; John RAMSAY, farmer, of Fell Close in the parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A39   4 May 1829
administration bond, penal sum £600; Jane ADDISON, widow, of West Auckland in the parish of Ste helen Auckland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A40/1   9 May 1829
administration bond, penal sum £400; Margaret LEGERWOOD, widow, of Emerick in the parish of Norham in the county of Durham. Died 20 May 1814
administration granted to William Legerwood, son, the other children having renouced

DPRI/3/1829/A40/2-4   22 April 1829
renunciation; Margaret LEGERWOOD, widow, of Emerick in the parish of Norham in the county of Durham. Died 20 May 1814
renunciation of Margaret and Jane Legerwood, spinsters and Mark Legerwood, children; exhibited, 2 May 1829

DPRI/3/1829/A41/1   9 May 1829
administration bond, penal sum £400; James LEGERWOOD, farmer, bachelor, of Emerick in the parish of Norham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A41/2-4   2 May 1829
renunciation; James LEGERWOOD, farmer, bachelor, of Emerick in the parish of Norham in the county of Durham
renunciation of Margaret, James and Jane Legerwood, brother and sisters, nominating William Legerwood, brother, to take out administration

DPRI/3/1829/A42   19 May 1829
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Frances HOWEY, spinster, of Akeld in the parish of Kirknewton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A43   19 May 1829
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; John Wealleans HOWEY, gentleman, bachelor, of Outchester in the parish of Bamburgh in the coiunty of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A44   19 May 1829
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Ann HOWEY, spinster, of Akeld in the parish of Kirknewton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A45   11 May 1829
administration bond, penal sum £900; Jane SANDERSON, widow, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A46   14 May 1829
administration bond, penal sum £900; John ROBSON, bricklayer, of Darlington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A47/1-4   16 May 1829
administration bond, penal sum £10; William ORD, gentleman, of Hunstanworth in the county of Durham
grant of administration to John Fenwick limited to the intestate's interest in property at Eardhill, Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A48   23 May 1829
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; James RAINE, farmer, of Morton Tinmouth in the parish of Gainford in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A49   19 March 1829
administration bond, penal sum £400; Richard GIBSON, ironmonger, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1829/A50   25 May 1829
administration bond, penal sum £400; Stephen WAITE, master mariner, of Spittle in the chapelry of Tweedmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A51/1   19 March 1823
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; William GUTHRIE, timber-merchant, bachelor, of Tweedmouth in the county of Durham. Died 9 September 1822

DPRI/3/1829/A51/2-4   4 May 1829
renunciation; William GUTHRIE, timber-merchant, bachelor, of Tweedmouth in the county of Durham. Died 9 September 1822
Alison Young, sister and only next of kin of deceased renounced

DPRI/3/1829/A52   5 January 1829
administration bond, penal sum £200; Isabella WHITFIELD, spinster, of Melkridge in the parish of Haltwhistle in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A53   5 January 1829
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; William BELL, woollen-manufacturer, of Haltwhistle town in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A54   12 February 1829
administration bond, penal sum £900; William BURN, yeoman, bachelor, of Humbleston in the parish of Doddington in the county of Northumberland
Bond for additional duty. See Bonds 1827 No. 5

DPRI/3/1829/A55   30 May 1829
administration bond, penal sum £28,000; William KIRKLEY, gentleman, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1829/A56   5 June 1829
administration bond, penal sum £40; John JOHNSON, fellmonger, of Chester le Street in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A57   5 January 1829
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas TURNER, miller, of Whickham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A58   5 June 1829
administration bond, penal sum £100; Mary TEMPERLEY, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A59   1 June 1829
administration bond, penal sum £100; Elizabeth BOYNES, spinster, of Staindrop in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A60   25 May 1829
administration bond, penal sum £100; John SIMPSON, publican, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A61   1 June 1829
administration bond, penal sum £100; Ann LISTER, nee Boynes, of Cleatlam in the parish of Gainford in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A62   9 June 1829
administration bond, penal sum £16,000; Edward HINDE, solicitor, gentleman, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham. Died 27 April 1829

DPRI/3/1829/A63   8 June 1829
administration bond, penal sum £900; Charles CUNNINGHAM, grocer, tobacconist, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A64   8 June 1829
administration bond, penal sum £100; Thomas FAIRHOLME, farmer, of Bolton West Farm, Edlingham in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A65   12 June 1829
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; William SCOTT, pedlar, bachelor, of Scotswood in the chapelry of St John, Newcastle upon Tyne in that part of the chapelry which is in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A66   13 June 1829
administration bond, penal sum £400; John MEGGISON, stone-cutter, bachelor, of Gilesgate in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A67/1-4   8 June 1829
administration bond, penal sum £10; Thomas PINKERTON, gentleman, formerly of Easington, but late of Bowsden in the chapelry of Lowick in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to William McDougal limited to the intestate's interest in property at Bondgate and Peakshole, Alnwick

DPRI/3/1829/A68/1-4   10 June 1829
administration bond, penal sum £10; Thomas ADAMS, gentleman, of Longhoughton in the parish of Northumberland
grant of administration to William McDougal limited to the intestate's interest in property at Alnmouth

DPRI/3/1829/A69   22 June 1829
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; John BERWICK, gentleman, bachelor, of Detchant in the chapelry of Belford in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A70   25 May 1829
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert FORSTER, fisherman, of Newburn in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A71   20 June 1829
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann SCOTT, of Sunderland near the sea, County Durham
Husband survived the deceased but died intestate without taking up Letters of Administration of the estae of Ann Scott

DPRI/3/1829/A72/1-7   22 June 1829
administration bond, penal sum £10; Edward WILLOBY, gentleman, of Borough and parish of Berwick upon Tweed
grant of administration to William Willoby limited to the intestate's interest in property at Western Lane, Berwick-upon-Tweed

DPRI/3/1829/A73/1-3   27 June 1829
administration bond, penal sum £10; John DAWSON, baker, brewer, of Parish of St Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to John Clayton limited to the intestate's interest in property at Gallowgate, Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1829/A74/1   17 June 1829
administration bond, penal sum £600; Sarah HAMMETT, of White Lion Street, Norton Falgate in the county of Middlesex

DPRI/3/1829/A74/2-3   8 June 1829
letter of request; Sarah HAMMETT, of White Lion Street, Norton Falgate in the county of Middlesex
request from Durham to Canterbury

DPRI/3/1829/A74/4   19 June 1829
certificate of oath; Sarah HAMMETT, of White Lion Street, Norton Falgate in the county of Middlesex
reply from Canterbury to Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A75   1 July 1829
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Alexander LISHMAN, publican, of Wallsend in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A76   2 July 1829
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas MOFFETT, yeoman, of Bamburgh Castle in the parish of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A77   11 July 1829
administration bond, penal sum £400; Catherine WALL, spinster, of Black Boy in the parish of St Andrew Auckland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A78   14 July 1829
administration bond, penal sum £40; Ralph NEWTON, minor, mariner, bachelor, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A79   14 July 1829
administration bond, penal sum £40; James NEWTON, minor, mariner, bachelor, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A80   14 July 1829
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Bartholomew KENT, yeoman, of Aycliffe in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A81   11 July 1829
administration bond, penal sum £100; Frances MALVIN, of Easington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A82   17 July 1829
administration bond, penal sum £600; Robert PEARS, master mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A83   17 July 1829
administration bond, penal sum £40; Sarah HALL, widow, of Byker in the township of Byker in the chapelry of All Saints in Newcastle upon Tyne but in that part of the said chapelry which is in Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A84   17 July 1829
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Thomas GLADSTONE, paper manufacturer, widower, of Urpeth Mill in the parish of Chester-le-Street in the county of Durham
Bond for additional duty . Vide Bonds for 1824. No. 60

DPRI/3/1829/A85   15 July 1829
administration bond, penal sum £400; John HEDLEY, publican, of Parish of St Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1829/A86   15 July 1829
administration bond, penal sum £8,000; John CLARK, tanner, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A87/1-4   18 July 1829
administration bond, penal sum £10; William ELDER, gentleman, formerly of Coatswall in the county of Northumberland, but lately of Alnwick in the same county
grant of administration to John Lindsay limited to the intestate's interest in property at Alwinton, Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A88   20 July 1829
administration bond, penal sum £900; Richard BROWN, maltster, brewer, of Wylam in the parish of Ovingham in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A89   1 August 1829
administration bond, penal sum £40; James GRAY, farmer, of Milfield in the parish of Kirknewton in the ccounty of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A90   3 August 1829
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Joseph HUNTER, farmer, of Whickham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A91   3 August 1829
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Richard BRACK, gentleman, bachelor, of Cheswick in the chapelry of Ancroft in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A92   3 August 1829
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Walter ATKINSON, gentleman, bachelor, of Wooler in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A93   12 August 1829
administration bond, penal sum £200; Benjamin GREEN, boatman, of Wallsend in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A94/1   10 August 1829
administration bond, penal sum £40; Francis PENYSTON, esquire, bachelor, of Cornwell in the county of Oxford. Died December 1828

DPRI/3/1829/A94/2-4   31 July 1829
renunciation; Francis PENYSTON, esquire, bachelor, of Cornwell in the county of Oxford. Died December 1828
renunciation of two of the three surviving sisters

DPRI/3/1829/A94/5-6   1 August 1829
letter of request; Francis PENYSTON, esquire, bachelor, of Cornwell in the county of Oxford. Died December 1828
request from Durham to Canterbury

DPRI/3/1829/A94/7-8   4 August 1829
commission; Francis PENYSTON, esquire, bachelor, of Cornwell in the county of Oxford. Died December 1828
with certificate of oath
commission from Canterbury to Charles Barter and Frederick Thisleton, clerks in Oxfordshire, to swear oath; endorsed with certificate of oath, 10 Aug 1829

DPRI/3/1829/A95/1   22 July 1829
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Ralph HODGE, sail-maker, widower, of South Shields in the county of Durham. Died 8 October 1826
administration granted to John Brown of South Shields, bankers agent, guardian

DPRI/3/1829/A95/2-4   27 February 1829
election of guardian; Ralph HODGE, sail-maker, widower, of South Shields in the county of Durham. Died 8 October 1826

DPRI/3/1829/A95/5-7   28 February 1829
acceptance of guardianship; Ralph HODGE, sail-maker, widower, of South Shields in the county of Durham. Died 8 October 1826

DPRI/3/1829/A96/1-11   1 August 1829
administration bond, penal sum £10; John COLLINGWOOD, of Carham in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Richard Craster Askew limited to the intestate's interest in tithes of hay and corn in the parish of Carham, Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A97   2 May 1829
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Surtees JOPLING, farmer, of Hollingside in the parish of Whickham in the county of Durham. Died 31 March 1829

DPRI/3/1829/A98   11 August 1829
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Robert CHATER, farmer, bachelor, of Burgham in the parish of Felton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A99   28 August 1829
administration bond, penal sum £600; William Watson CORNER, farmer, of Amerston Hall in the parish of Elwick in the county of Durham
administration granted to Beatrice Meggison, mother of the deceased and guardian of the deceased's widow, under 21 years

DPRI/3/1829/A100   24 August 1829
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Thomas HODGSON, linen-draper, bachelor, of Darlington

DPRI/3/1829/A101   26 August 1829
administration bond, penal sum £100,000; Robert Watson DARNELL, esquire, of Grange in the parish of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A102   10 September 1829
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas WEATHERLY, farmer, of Ovingham in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A103/1   14 September 1829
administration bond, penal sum £600; Thomas ROBINSON, mariner, widower, formerly of Sunderland, but late of Low Lambton in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A103/2-3   14 September 1829
renunciation; Thomas ROBINSON, mariner, widower, formerly of Sunderland, but late of Low Lambton in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham
renunciation of the deceased's two married daughters

DPRI/3/1829/A104/1   22 August 1829
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; William DAVISON, farmer, widower, of Fenwick in the Chapelry of Kyloe in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A104/2-3   31 July 1829
renunciation; William DAVISON, farmer, widower, of Fenwick in the Chapelry of Kyloe in the county of Durham
renunciation of the daughter and only next of kin

DPRI/3/1829/A105   21 September 1829
administration bond, penal sum £100; William SINGLETON, butcher, of St. Peter's Quay in the township of Byker in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A106   19 September 1829
administration bond, penal sum £200; John HOWE, innkeeper, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A107   21 September 1829
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Isabella NESBITT, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A108   21 September 1829
administration bond, penal sum £600; Eleanor NESBITT, spinster, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A109   21 September 1829
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Isabella NESBITT, spinster, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A110   21 September 1829
administration bond, penal sum £400; Robert HOGG, farmer, of Bogg Mill in the parish of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A111   21 September 1829
administration bond, penal sum £600; James LAIDLER, farmer, of Pegswood in the parish of Bothall in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A112   29 September 1829
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Hugh KIRTON, master mariner, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A113   5 October 1829
administration bond, penal sum £400; Margaret WATSON, of Alston

DPRI/3/1829/A114   26 September 1829
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas GATIS, husbandman, widower, of Doxford in the parish of Ellingham in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A115   10 October 1829
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; John LAWSON, gentleman, of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A116   12 October 1829
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; John DRYDEN, miner, bachelor, of Dykehead in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A117   12 October 1829
administration bond, penal sum £200; Caleb DRYDEN, miner, of Dykehead in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A118   14 October 1829
administration bond, penal sum £200; Matthew GRECIAN, yeoman, of Heleywood in the parish of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A119   24 August 1829
administration bond, penal sum £600; Ann ARMSTRONG, widow, of Whitley in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A120   23 October 1829
administration bond, penal sum £200; Joseph LYNN, farmer, of Lock Haugh Lodge in the parish of Ryton in the county of Durham
on back of draft, apparently for DPRI/3/1829/A90

DPRI/3/1829/A121   23 October 1829
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; John OSTENS, farmer, of Fleatham in the parish of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A122/1   24 October 1829
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Andrew CAIRNS, grocer, draper, of Lowick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A122/2-3   6 October 1829
renunciation; Andrew CAIRNS, grocer, draper, of Lowick in the county of Northumberland
widow renounced in favour of son Andrew Cairns

DPRI/3/1829/A123   22 October 1829
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Michael DODD, gentleman, bachelor, of Cornhill (Cornhills) in the parish of Kirkwhelpington in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A124   28 October 1829
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; George CARR, farmer, of North Flodden in the parish of Ford in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A125/1   29 October 1829
administration bond, penal sum £100; Joseph GUY, yeoman, of the Friars in the chapelry of St John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1829/A125/2   28 October 1829
certificate of estate value; Joseph GUY, yeoman, of the Friars in the chapelry of St John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
certificate of funds in the Newcastle upon Tyne Savings Bank

DPRI/3/1829/A126   30 October 1829
administration bond, penal sum £200; Catherine BROWNLEY, spinster, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A127   31 October 1829
administration bond, penal sum £200; William MILLIGAN, miner, of Lowgrassfield in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A128   5 November 1829
administration bond, penal sum £600; William COCKAYNE, surgeon, of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A129/1   4 November 1829
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Matthew BINKS, draper, tailor, bachelor, of City of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A129/2-4   15 May 1829
renunciation; Matthew BINKS, draper, tailor, bachelor, of City of Durham
brothers and sisters renounced in favour of Christopher Binks, brother

DPRI/3/1829/A130   19 November 1829
administration bond, penal sum £900; James HILL, master mariner, bachelor, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A131   18 November 1829
administration bond, penal sum £900; Ralph CODLING, master mariner, formerly of the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland , late of Willington in the parish of Wallsend in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A132   20 November 1829
administration bond, penal sum £400; James CORBITT, master mariner, of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A133A   21 November 1829
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Ann FORSTER, widow, of Burradon in the parish of Alwinton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A133B   19 November 1829
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Henry RICHMOND, the younger, gentleman, bachelor, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1829/A134/1-6   3 November 1829
administration bond, penal sum £10; Ralph LAIDLER, gentleman, of Tilmouth in the Parish of Norham in the county of Durham
grant of administration to James John Thompson limited to the intestate's interest in property at Norham; Ann Laidler, relict, having died

DPRI/3/1829/A135   24 November 1829
administration bond, penal sum £200; Parkin SNAITH, joiner, of Darlington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A136   24 November 1829
administration bond, penal sum £900; Jamesd CORBITT, master mariner, of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A137   25 November 1829
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann JOHNSON, widow, of Stranton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A138   4 December 1829
administration bond, penal sum £100; Ann HOLMES, of Easington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A139   5 December 1829
administration bond, penal sum £900; William ROBSON, yeoman, of Sedgefield in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A140   2 November 1829
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; James STEEL, farmer, of Silburn South Stead Farm in the parish of Eglingham in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A141   3 December 1829
administration bond, penal sum £600; Thomas ALLISON, painter, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A142   24 April 1829
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Francis COLLINGWOOD, customs officer, bachelor, of Borough of Berwick on Tweed

DPRI/3/1829/A143   7 December 1829
administration bond, penal sum £200; John HUTCHINSON, farmer, widower, of parish of Sedgefield in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A144   9 December 1829
administration bond, penal sum £600; John GRAY, farmer, of Netherton in the parish of Bedlington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A145   7 December 1829
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; George GOWLAND, watchmaker, bachelor, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A146   15 December 1829
administration bond, penal sum £100; William ATKINSON, merchant taylor, of parish of St Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1829/A147   18 December 1829
administration bond, penal sum £800; Peter JONES, farmer, of New Row in the chapelry of Hamsterley in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A148   18 December 1829
administration bond, penal sum £400; Jane LAMBERT, widow, of Queen Street in the city of Durham

DPRI/3/1829/A149   1 December 1829
administration bond, penal sum £12,000; Samuel DONKIN, merchant, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A150   19 December 1829
administration bond, penal sum £2,800; Thomas ARTHUR, farmer, widower, of Lyham in the parish of Chatton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1829/A151/1-7   21 December 1829
administration bond, penal sum £10; William AYNSLEY, butcher, of Rock in the parish of Rock in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to William Leithead the younger limited to the intestate's interest in property at Alnwick

Will bonds 1829
Reference: DPRI/3/1829/T
DPRI/3/1829/T1   5 January 1829
will bond, penal sum £900; Thomas AMORY, farmer, of Snitter in the parish of Rothbury in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Mary Amory relict, there being no executor named

DPRI/3/1829/T2   6 February 1829
will bond, penal sum £40; John CLUNIE, esquire, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed
administration with the will annexed granted to Williamina Clunie relict, the executors having died

DPRI/3/1829/T3   7 January 1829
will bond, penal sum £200; Barbara MATHER, spinster, formerly of Sunderland in the county of Durham, late of the chapelry of St John in Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to Mary Brown the sister and universal legatee, there being no executor or residuary legatee named

DPRI/3/1829/T4/1-4   18 March 1829
will bond, penal sum £9; Robert HILTON, surgeon, of Darlington in the county of Durham
grant of administration to Samuel Dukinfield Swarbreck limited to the intestate's interest in property at Newbiggin in the parish of Heighington and at Bishop Auckland

DPRI/3/1829/T5   26 March 1829
will bond, penal sum £400; John CAMPBELL, yeoman, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Catherine Campbell relict and residuary legatee, there being no executor named

DPRI/3/1829/T6/1-3   12 February 1829
will bond, penal sum £1,600; Grace RENTON, widow, of Mouson in the parish of Bamburgh and county of Northumberland. Died 17 May 1828
administration with the will annexed granted to Isabella Murray the niece and residuary legatee, the named executors having renounced and the other next of kin having also renounced

DPRI/3/1829/T6/4-5   7 January 1829
commission; Grace RENTON, widow, of Mouson in the parish of Bamburgh and county of Northumberland. Died 17 May 1828
with certificate of swearing affidavit, 14 January 1829
with certificate of swearing affidavit, 15 January 1829
with certificate of swearing affidavit, 19 January 1829
commission to swear affidavit relating to loss of will; with three affidavits

DPRI/3/1829/T7   10 January 1829
will bond, penal sum £900; John HALDON, yeoman, of Alston townhead in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Frances Haldon relict, and Teasdale Haldon the son and one of the residuary legatees, the surviving executor having renounced

DPRI/3/1829/T8   5 February 1829
will bond, penal sum £200; Ralph BULMER, boat-builder, of Hartlepool. Died 19 November 1813
administration with the will annexed granted to Jane Bulmer relict, there being no residuary legatee named and the executors having renounced

DPRI/3/1829/T9   10 February 1829
will bond, penal sum £4,000; Matthew WARDLE, ship-owner, of South Shields in the parish of St Hild in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Joseph Hunter Wardle son and one of the residuary legatees, the executor having died

DPRI/3/1829/T10   7 April 1829
will bond, penal sum £6,000; John JOBSON, plumber, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to Margaret Jobson relict and residuary legatee for life, the executors having renounced

DPRI/3/1829/T11/1-4   29 January 1829
will bond, penal sum £10; William SPEARMAN, gentleman, late of Framwellgate in or near the city of Durham in the county of Durham, formerly of Norton county Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to George Waugh Stable limited to the testator's interest in property at West Denton in Northumberland left unadministered at the death of Robert Wemyss Spearman, son, the sole executor

DPRI/3/1829/T12   21 March 1829
will bond, penal sum £1,600; Thomas YOUNG, farmer, of Hagden parish of Eglingham county of Northumberland
Administration granted to Mary and Agnes Young daughters and two of the residuary legatees of the testator, their siblings being in their minority and the named executor having renounced

DPRI/3/1829/T13   8 April 1829
will bond, penal sum £200; William STORY, gentleman, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
administration granted to Margaret Walker Wardell residuary legatee for life, the named executors having renounced

DPRI/3/1829/T14   18 April 1829
administration bond, penal sum £40; Joseph THOMAS, butcher, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
administration granted to Philip Thompson a named legatee, for goods left unadministered at the death of the sole executor

DPRI/3/1829/T15   13 April 1829
will bond, penal sum £400; Christopher ROBINSON, the elder, carpenter, of Redworth in the county of Durham
administration granted to Jane Bonner the daughter and a legatee, the executors having died

DPRI/3/1829/T16   27 April 1829
will bond, penal sum £400; Matthew BRIDGES, or Barges, mariner, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
administration granted to Margaret Bridges relict and universal legatee for life, there being no executor named

DPRI/3/1829/T17/1-4   2 May 1829
will bond, penal sum £10; Thomas PICKERING, yeoman, of Crook in the parish of Brancepeth in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Thomas Swinburn limited to the testator's interest in property at Billy Row and Roddymoor, Crook and Heaton Cap

DPRI/3/1829/T18   2 May 1829
will bond, penal sum £3,000; Ann WATSON, spinster, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 23 April 1826
administration granted to Margaret Jobson the sister and residuary legatee of the testator, John Jobson executor having died, the other having renounced

DPRI/3/1829/T19   27 April 1829
will bond, penal sum £8,000; Anthony SCORER, gentleman, of Trimdon in the county of Durham. Died 14 August 1825
administration granted to Ann Hull a legatee and also a creditor, for goods left unadministered, William Newby the sole executor having renounced

DPRI/3/1829/T20   13 May 1829
will bond, penal sum £3,000; John BLACK, merchant, of Ford Forge in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Thomas and William Black the sons and residuary legatees, the executors having renounced

DPRI/3/1829/T21   27 April 1829
will bond, penal sum £200; William DAVISON, yeoman, of South Street in or near the city of Durham
administration granted to James and John Davison, Jane Armstrong and Ann Marshall the children and residuary legatees, Ann Davison the relict and executrix having died

DPRI/3/1829/T22   30 April 1829
will bond, penal sum £600; Thomas FULLER, surgeon, bachelor, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed. Died March 1829
administration granted to Elizabeth Fuller sister and one of the residuary legatees, there being no named executor

DPRI/3/1829/T23   17 June 1829
will bond, penal sum £200; John GARTHWAITE, butcher, of Ferryhill in the parish of Merrington in the county of Durham
administration granted to John Garthwaite son and universal legatee substitute, Margaret Garthwaite the relict and universal legatee having died

DPRI/3/1829/T24   15 June 1829
will bond, penal sum £1,600; William MITCHELL, innkeeper, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed
administration granted to Charles and Amelia Mitchell siblings and residuary legatees, the executors having renounced

DPRI/3/1829/T25   12 June 1829
will bond, penal sum £20,000; Thomas BAKER, esquire, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham. Died April 1829
administration granted to Jane Hancock the sister and one of the residuary legatees; two executors having renounced, Thomas Smith the executor having died and Catharine Smith the other residuary legatee having renounced

DPRI/3/1829/T26   17 June 1829
will bond, penal sum £200; Joseph DIXON, shoemaker, of Cramlington
administration granted to Jane Dixon relict and universal legatee during her widowhood, there being no executor named

DPRI/3/1829/T27/1   17 June 1829
will bond, penal sum £600; John PAWSON, surgeon, of Charlotte Street, Curtain Road in the parish of Shoreditch
administration granted to Allen Hammett, husband and administrator of his wife Sarah Hammell, formerly Sarah Pawson, the former relict, sole executrix and universal legatee of the deceased

DPRI/3/1829/T27/2-3   8 June 1829
letter of request; John PAWSON, surgeon, of Charlotte Street, Curtain Road in the parish of Shoreditch
from Durham to Canterbury

DPRI/3/1829/T27/4   19 June 1829
certificate of oath; John PAWSON, surgeon, of Charlotte Street, Curtain Road in the parish of Shoreditch
from Canterbury to Durham

DPRI/3/1829/T28   11 July 1829
will bond, penal sum £1,500; William SHARP, sail-maker, of Stockton in the county of Durham. Died 6 February 1828
administration granted to Mary Sharp relict, the named executors having died, or not appeared after citation

DPRI/3/1829/T29   4 July 1829
will bond, penal sum £900; Ralph HALL, innkeeper, of Great Lumley in the parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
administrtion granted to Ann Hedley, principal legatee, the relict and sole executrix having died and the other surviving residuary legatee having refused to act

DPRI/3/1829/T30/1   10 August 1829
will bond, penal sum £40; Francis PENYSTON, the elder, esquire, of Cornwell in the county of Oxford
administration granted to Jane Penyston the sister and administratrix of Francis Penyston who survived and was the son and sole executor of Francis Penyston the elder

DPRI/3/1829/T30/2-3   1 August 1829
letter of request; Francis PENYSTON, the elder, esquire, of Cornwell in the county of Oxford
request from Durham to Canterbury to take oath

DPRI/3/1829/T30/4   4 August 1829
commission; Francis PENYSTON, the elder, esquire, of Cornwell in the county of Oxford
commission from Canterbury to Oxford to take oath

DPRI/3/1829/T31/1-8   10 September 1829
will bond, penal sum £10; John JACKSON, gentleman, of Counden Grainge in the parish of Saint Andrew Auckland in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to William Trotter limited to the testator's interest in property at Newgate Street and at Great Gate Close Bishop Auckland

DPRI/3/1829/T32   6 August 1829
will bond, penal sum £4,000; Archibald BAWKS, pitman, of Spittal (Spittle) in the chapelry of Tweedmouth in the county of Durham
administration granted to John Bawks, the father and guardian of four of the deceased's grand-daughters and residuary legatees, Jane, Christian, Ann and Margaret Bawks; there being no executor named and the other grand-daughter and residuary legatee having renounced

DPRI/3/1829/T33   15 August 1829
will bond, penal sum £6,000; Thomas SHEFFIELD, the elder, ironmonger, of the city of Durham. Died 30 September 1828
administration granted to Dorothy Sheffield the relict, the executors and other residuary legatees having renounced

DPRI/3/1829/T34   4 July 1829
will bond, penal sum £1,600; George MORRISON, farmer, of Warenton in the parish of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Margaret Morrison the relict and a named legatee, there being no executor or residuary legatee named

DPRI/3/1829/T35   16 July 1829
will bond, penal sum £1,600; John STRAKER, farmer, formerly of Ancroft in the county of Durham, late of High Chibburn in the chapelry of Widdrington in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to William Taylor Straker and John Straker the sons and residuary legatees, there being no executors named

DPRI/3/1829/T36   13 May 1829
will bond, penal sum £40; Edward HALL, yeoman, of Billy mill in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to William Hall brother and residuary legatee substituted in the will, the named executors having renounced and the residuary legatee for life having died

DPRI/3/1829/T37   1 August 1829
will bond, penal sum £3,000; Margaret HARIGAD, spinster, of Shelacres in the parish of Norham in the county of Durham. Died 14 July 1829
administration granted to Mary Hill the sister and only next of kin, the executors having renounced

DPRI/3/1829/T38   22 July 1829
will bond, penal sum £8,000; John NICKELL, farmer, of Letham hill in the county of Northumberland. Died 26 December 1814
administration granted to Edward Nickell the son and residuary legatee the executors having renounced

DPRI/3/1829/T39   3 October 1829
will bond, penal sum £200; John BURNOP, mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham
administration granted to Ann Burnop widow, mother and universal legatee for life, there being no executor named

DPRI/3/1829/T40   7 November 1829
will bond, penal sum £600; Robert SNOWBALL, gentleman, of Hedley in the parish of Ovingham and county of Northumberland. Died 16 June 1829
administration granted to Betsey Smurfit daughter and one of the legatees, the named executor having died

DPRI/3/1829/T41/1   6 November 1829
will bond, penal sum £2,000; Henry RICHARDSON, printer, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed. Died 5 November 1823
administration granted to Catherine Richardson, mother and guardian during their minority of Catharine, Margaret and Henry Richardson, the residuary legatees, there being no executor named

DPRI/3/1829/T41/2-4   13 October 1829
election of guardian; Henry RICHARDSON, printer, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed. Died 5 November 1823

DPRI/3/1829/T41/5-7   13 October 1829
acceptance of guardianship; Henry RICHARDSON, printer, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed. Died 5 November 1823

DPRI/3/1829/T42   7 October 1829
will bond, penal sum £40; William HOWE, labourer, of Byers Green in the county of Durham
administration granted to Isabella Howe relict and universal legatee for life, there being no executor named

DPRI/3/1829/T43   2 October 1829
will bond, penal sum £400; John ENGLEDOW, bread-baker, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
administration granted to Isabella Engledow relict and residuary legatee during her widowhood, the sole executor having renounced

DPRI/3/1829/T44/1   16 October 1829
will bond, penal sum £8,000; Timothy CUTFORTH, ship-owner, [ship-]agent, of Westgate Hill near Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 17 August 1829
administration granted to Margaret Cutforth, mother, and Elizabeth Cutforth, aunt, the guardians of Thomas, John Hadwen and Alice Cutforth, the children and residuary legatees; the named executors having renounced

DPRI/3/1829/T44/2-4   3 October 1829
election of guardians; Timothy CUTFORTH, ship-owner, [ship-]agent, of Westgate Hill near Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 17 August 1829

DPRI/3/1829/T44/5-7   3 October 1829
acceptance of guardianship; Timothy CUTFORTH, ship-owner, [ship-]agent, of Westgate Hill near Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 17 August 1829

DPRI/3/1829/T45   20 November 1829
will bond, penal sum £8,000; Anthony THOMAS, vicar of Chillingham, LL.D., clerk, of Chillingham in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Anthony Keighley Thomas son and residuary legatee substituted, for the goods left unadministered at the death of Jean Thomas relict and administratrix

DPRI/3/1829/T46   8 October 1829
will bond, penal sum £1,200; Thomas TAYLOR, gentleman, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham. Died 10 September 1829
administration granted to Jane Taylor rellct and universal legatee during her widowhood, the surviving executor having renounced

DPRI/3/1829/T47/1   3 December 1829
will bond, penal sum £400; George BELL, coal-fitter, ship-owner, spirit-merchant, formerly of Bishop Wearmouth, late of Sunderland
administration granted to Elizabeth Bell mother and guardian of George, Eleanor White, John and Elizabeth the children and residuary legatees, the surviving executor and residuary legatee having renounced. Bond endorsed with draft (unexecuted) administration bond of Thomas Robson, see DPRI/3/1828/A15

DPRI/3/1829/T47/2-5   16 November 1829
acceptance of guardianship; George BELL, coal-fitter, ship-owner, spirit-merchant, formerly of Bishop Wearmouth, late of Sunderland

DPRI/3/1829/T47/6-9   16 November 1829
election of guardian; George BELL, coal-fitter, ship-owner, spirit-merchant, formerly of Bishop Wearmouth, late of Sunderland

DPRI/3/1829/T48/1-8   1 December 1829
will bond, penal sum £10; William DIXON, gentleman, late of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne, formally of Wallsend in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to George Johnson limited to the testator's interest in property at Ingoe

DPRI/3/1829/T49
will bond, penal sum £200; Mary GOLIGHTLY, widow, of city of Durham
administration granted to Eleanor Reynolds one of the residuary legatees, and to John Dunn the sole executor of Maria Eggleston who was the sole executrix and other residuary legatee named

DPRI/3/1829/T50   16 December 1829
will bond, penal sum £2,000; Elizabeth TAYLOR, spinster, formerly of Whickham, late of Ouseburn bank with the liberties of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to Ann Margaret Durham niece and one of the residuary legatees, the executors and other residuary legates having renounced

DPRI/3/1829/T51   8 November 1829
will bond, penal sum £2,000; John POTTS, yeoman, of West Hatherwick in the parish of Elsdon in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to William Hedley the nephew and residuary legatee there being no executor named

Administration bonds 1830
Reference: DPRI/3/1830/A
DPRI/3/1830/A1/1   6 January 1830
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Anthony WATSON, royal navy lieutenant, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham. Died 13 May 1823
grant of administration to the sister, the widow died with administration incomplete.

DPRI/3/1830/A1/2   6 January 1830
certificate of estate value; Anthony WATSON, royal navy lieutenant, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham. Died 13 May 1823

DPRI/3/1830/A2/1   5 January 1830
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; William CRAMLINGTON, esquire, bachelor, of Warkworth Barns in the Parish of Warkworth in the County of Northumberland
grant of administration to the surviving brother.

DPRI/3/1830/A2/2-3   21 December 1829
renunciation; William CRAMLINGTON, esquire, bachelor, of Warkworth Barns in the Parish of Warkworth in the County of Northumberland
renunciation by the surviving sisters in favour of the surviving brother.

DPRI/3/1830/A3   7 January 1830
administration bond, penal sum £40; John HARRISON, shipwright, of South Shields in the County of Durham
bond reference DPRI/3/1830/3 ammended to DPRI/3/1830/A3.

DPRI/3/1830/A4   8 January 1830
administration bond, penal sum £600; Mary RICHARDSON, spinster, of Woodlands in the Parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A5   2 April 1829
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Matthew WAKE, linen-draper, bachelor, of North Shields in the County of Northumberland
bond reference DPRI/3/1830/5 ammended to DPRI/3/1830/A5.

DPRI/3/1830/A6   9 January 1830
administration bond, penal sum £400; Margaret HALL, spinster, of the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1830/A7   11 January 1830
administration bond, penal sum £100; William HOPE, gentleman, widower, of North Shields in the County of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A8   11 January 1830
administration bond, penal sum £400; James THOMPSON, mason, of the Borough of Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1830/A9   11 January 1830
administration bond, penal sum £200; Samuel FENTON, rope-maker, of the Borough of Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1830/A10   13 January 1830
administration bond, penal sum £40; John KITCHINGMAN, mariner, bachelor, of North Shields in the County of Northumberland
Bond reference DPRI/3/1830/10 ammended to DPRI/3/1830/A10

DPRI/3/1830/A11   18 January 1830
administration bond, penal sum £400; Margaret DODDS, widow, of the Parish of Tynemouth in the County of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A12   19 January 1830
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Mary Rayne MARTIN, nee Wardell, of the Parish of Saint Giles in or near the City of Durham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A13   15 August 1829
administration bond, penal sum £900; Edward FORREST, joiner, widower, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A14   19 November 1829
administration bond, penal sum £400; Diana MOORSON, of Westoe in the Chapelry of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham
the Husband residing at no.4 Henry Street, Bedford Square, Commercial Road,Middlesex.

DPRI/3/1830/A15   18 January 1830
administration bond, penal sum £400; Dorothy BURDON, spinster, of the Shield Field without the Walls but within the Liberties of the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1830/A16   25 January 1830
administration bond, penal sum £900; John BECK, grocer, of the Chapelry of Saint Andrew in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1830/A17   18 January 1830
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; William BEAN, farmer, of Cockle Park in the Chapelry of Hebburn in the County of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A18   20 January 1830
administration bond, penal sum £100; John FUTERS, shoemaker, widower, of Wylam in the Parish of Ovingham in the County of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A19   30 January 1830
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Henry SCOTT, farmer, bachelor, of South Charlton in the Parish of Ellingham in the County of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A20   30 January 1830
administration bond, penal sum £400; John TINDLE, yeoman, of Longhurst in the Parish of Bothal in the County of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A21/1   18 January 1830
administration bond, penal sum £100; James YOUNG, shoemaker, widower, of Otterburn in the Parish of Elsdon in the County of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A21/2   3 February 1830
certificate of estate value; James YOUNG, shoemaker, widower, of Otterburn in the Parish of Elsdon in the County of Northumberland
certificate of savings with the Morpeth Savings Bank, £23 6s 10d

DPRI/3/1830/A22   8 February 1830
administration bond, penal sum £400; Nathaniel HORNBY, gentleman, of Morpeth in the County of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A23/1   29 January 1830
administration bond, penal sum £100; Ann STOBBS, spinster, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A23/2   23 January 1830
certificate of estate; Ann STOBBS, spinster, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham
certificate of savings with the Bishop Auckland Savings Bank, £21 3s

DPRI/3/1830/A24   6 February 1830
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; John VIPOND, yeoman, widower, of Turnings in the Parish of Alston in the County of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A25   13 February 1830
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Edward COULSON, farmer, bachelor, of Edlingham Newtown in the Parish of Edlingham in the County of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A26   16 February 1830
administration bond, penal sum £12,000; Isabel ALDER, spinster, of Ryton in the county of Durham
administration granted to Rev Frederick Ellis and Robert Thorp esquire, executors of Elizabeth Alder, sister

DPRI/3/1830/A27/1   16 January 1830
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Thomas LAIDLER, farmer, widower, of Saint Cuthberts in the Parish of Cornhill in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A27/2-3   6 July 1829
renunciation; Thomas LAIDLER, farmer, widower, of Saint Cuthberts in the Parish of Cornhill in the county of Durham
renunciation by the siblings in favour of Joseph Laidler, the son, as administrator.

DPRI/3/1830/A28   18 February 1830
administration bond, penal sum £200; George COOPER, schoolmaster, of South Shields in the County of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A29   5 March 1830
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann WEDDLE, widow, of Dinnington in the Parish of Ponteland in the County of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A30   23 February 1830
administration bond, penal sum £100; George MIDGLEY, currier, of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A31   1 March 1830
administration bond, penal sum £600; Thomas HENDERSON, innkeeper, of Belford in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Thomas Castles Wilson, a creditor, the will had been left unadministered by the widow, since deceased.

DPRI/3/1830/A32   5 March 1830
administration bond, penal sum £200; John ALLISON, shoemaker, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A33   6 March 1830
administration bond, penal sum £200; Oswald PATTERSON, farmer, of the Intake in the Parish of Alnwick in the County of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A34   8 March 1830
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ralph TATE, stonemason, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A35   3 March 1830
administration bond, penal sum £900; John BARKER, countryman, bachelor, of Carlton in the Parish of Redmarshall in the County of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A36   5 August 1829
administration bond, penal sum £600; Thomas DALE, farmer, of Headhope in the Parish of Castle Eden in the County of Durham
oath of adminitrix on the reverse of the bond.

DPRI/3/1830/A37   13 March 1830
administration bond, penal sum £900; Thomas JACKSON, gentleman, of the Licker in the Chapelry of Lowick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A38   15 March 1830
administration bond, penal sum £150; Thomas SAYER, labourer, Bono Street in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne, Crossgate in or near the City of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A39   15 March 1830
administration bond, penal sum £200; John WEDDELL, plumber, glazier, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to the son, the widow died before taking out the letters of administration.

DPRI/3/1830/A40/1   4 March 1830
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Thomas MOFFATT, hat manufacturer, widower, of Alnwickin the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A40/2-4   22 February 1830
renunciation; Thomas MOFFATT, hat manufacturer, widower, of Alnwickin the county of Northumberland
renuciation by the daughters in favour of the son.

DPRI/3/1830/A41/1   20 March 1830
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Thomas ALLAN, husbandman, Smallburns in the Parish of Egglingham in the county of Northumberland, late of Alnwick in the same County

DPRI/3/1830/A41/2   6 March 1830
renunciation; Thomas ALLAN, husbandman, Smallburns in the Parish of Egglingham in the county of Northumberland, late of Alnwick in the same County
renunciation by the widow and daughters in favour of the son.

DPRI/3/1830/A42   20 March 1830
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Thomas Alder DICKSON, gentleman, bachelor, of the Borough of Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1830/A43   20 March 1830
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas MATHISON, farmer, of Fenham in the Parish of Holy Island in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A44   22 March 1830
administration bond, penal sum £8,000; Robert YOUNG, corn-merchant, bachelor, of Alnmouth in the Parish of Lesbury in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A45   24 March 1830
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Thomas MACKFORD, builder, bachelor, of Ridley Place in the Chapelry of Saint Andrews in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1830/A46   27 March 1830
administration bond, penal sum £600; Catherine WALL, spinster, of the Black Boy in the Parish of Saint Andrew Auckland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A47   27 March 1830
administration bond, penal sum £400; William HENDERSON, yeoman, of Plessy in the Parish of Stannington in the County of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A48   31 March 1830
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Cuthbert HARRISON, farmer, of Tanfield Lee in the Chapelry of Tanfield in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A49/1-8   25 March 1830
administration bond, penal sum £10; Roger HALL, husbandman, of Gatelough [Catcleugh] in the parish of Elsdon in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to John Trotter Brockett limited to the intestate's interest in property at Denton Chare in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne, the sisters having died leaving the estate unadministered.

DPRI/3/1830/A50   24 March 1830
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas THIRLWELL, blacksmith, of Wall Houses in the Parish of Stamfordham in the Parish of Stamfordham in the County of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A51
administration bond, penal sum £900; Dorothy TAYLOR, widow, of Fleatham in the Parish of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A52   7 April 1830
administration bond, penal sum £100; Joseph FEATHERSTON, miner, of Allers in the Chapelry of Heathery Cleugh in the Parish of Stanhope

DPRI/3/1830/A53   22 March 1830
administration bond, penal sum £400; James MILLS, childless, carpenter, widower, of the Borough upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1830/A54/1   1 April 1830
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas WRIGHTSON, farmer, widower, of Brokeshouse in the Parish of Bowes in the County of York
endorsed with certificate of oath

DPRI/3/1830/A54/2-4   1 April 1830
renunciation; Thomas WRIGHTSON, farmer, widower, of Brokeshouse in the Parish of Bowes in the County of York
renunciation by the brothers and sister in favour of the son.

DPRI/3/1830/A55/1   7 April 1830
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; George Dixwell GRIMES, vicar of Embleton, clerk, bachelor, Embleton in the County of Northumberland, Coton House in the County of Warwick. Died 28 October 1829

DPRI/3/1830/A55/2-4   9 March 1830
renunciation; George Dixwell GRIMES, vicar of Embleton, clerk, bachelor, Embleton in the County of Northumberland, Coton House in the County of Warwick. Died 28 October 1829
renunciation by the father in favour of Robert Burrell, the father, residing in Warwick.

DPRI/3/1830/A55/5-6   7 April 1830
certificate of oath; George Dixwell GRIMES, vicar of Embleton, clerk, bachelor, Embleton in the County of Northumberland, Coton House in the County of Warwick. Died 28 October 1829
reply from Peterborough to Durham. [The letter of request and affidavit of estate value are not present.]

DPRI/3/1830/A56   15 April 1830
administration bond, penal sum £400; Robert BLAIN, farmer, bachelor, of Sunniside in the Parish of Whitburn in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A57   16 April 1830
administration bond, penal sum £200; Isabella CADMAN, widow, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A58/1   7 April 1830
administration bond, penal sum £400; William BOWSER, of Leatherhead in the County of Surrey

DPRI/3/1830/A58/2-3   7 April 1830
certificate of oath; William BOWSER, of Leatherhead in the County of Surrey
reply from Canterbury to Durham. [The letter of request is not present.]

DPRI/3/1830/A59   10 April 1830
administration bond, penal sum £160; Margaret BERTRAM, spinster, of Westoe in the Chapelry of Saint Hilds in the County of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A60   17 April 1830
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; James SOPWITH, gaol governor, of Carliol Street in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1830/A61   20 April 1830
administration bond, penal sum £200; John ROCHESTER, publican, of South Blyth in the Chapelry of Earsdon in the County of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A62   28 April 1830
administration bond, penal sum £900; Edward BINNEY, hosier, of parochial Chapelry of Saint Johns in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1830/A63   14 April 1830
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas BELL, yeoman, bachelor, of Harlow Hill in the Parish of Alnwick in the County of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A64   29 April 1830
administration bond, penal sum £900; John MASON, master mariner, of North Shields in the County of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A65/1   1 May 1830
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; James YOUNG, farmer, widower, of Shields Dykes in the Parish of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland. Died October 1828

DPRI/3/1830/A65/2-3   27 April 1830
renunciation; James YOUNG, farmer, widower, of Shields Dykes in the Parish of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland. Died October 1828
renunciation by the sister, Margaret Paterson and her husband, in favour of the daughter, Mary Young, aged 3, and two brothers of the deceased.

DPRI/3/1830/A66   3 May 1830
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann BLAND, spinster, of Hurworth upon Tees in the Parish of Hurworth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A67   5 May 1830
administration bond, penal sum £200; Edward SLATER, shopkeeper, of the Parish of Saint Nicholas in the Town and Count of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1830/A68   6 May 1830
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann DOBSON, of the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1830/A69   7 May 1830
administration bond, penal sum £400; John TOWARD, farmer, of Helm Park in the Parish of Wolsingham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A70/1-4   6 May 1830
administration bond, penal sum £10; John BELL, cheesemonger, of the Parochial Chapelry of Saint John in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to Thomas Dunn limited to the intestate's interest in property at Cowper Hill and Cocksplay in the Township of Humshaugh, Northumberland.

DPRI/3/1830/A71   5 May 1830
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Margaret HENDERSON, widow, of Ancroft East Farm in the Chapelry of Ancroft in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A72   10 May 1830
administration bond, penal sum £400; Marjory ROSS, widow, of Spittle in the Chapelry of Tweedmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A73   12 May 1830
administration bond, penal sum £200; James HALL, carpenter, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A74   18 May 1830
administration bond, penal sum £400; William MILBURN, farmer, of Haining in the Parish of Elsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A75   17 May 1830
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; William LEES, coal-fitter, of Southwick in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
administration of the goods left unadministered by the widow granted to the daughters

DPRI/3/1830/A76/1   24 May 1830
administration bond, penal sum £200; David GLASGOW, yeoman, bachelor, of the Chapelry of Saint John in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tynf

DPRI/3/1830/A76/2   24 May 1830
certificate of oath; David GLASGOW, yeoman, bachelor, of the Chapelry of Saint John in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tynf
reply from Edinburgh to Durham. [The letter of request from Durham to Edinburgh is not present in DPRI/3/1830 file]

DPRI/3/1830/A77   27 May 1830
administration bond, penal sum £40; John HALL, miller, formerly of South Church in the Parish of Saint Andrew Auckland in the County of Durham, late of the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1830/A78/1-2   29 May 1830
administration bond; Mary ROBERTSON, of Chelsea in the County of Middlesex
with certificate of oath, 29 May 1830, penal sum £200
bond, with reply from Prerogative Court of Canterbury to Durham. [The letter of request from Durham to Canterbury is not present in DPRI/3/1830 file.]

DPRI/3/1830/A79   31 May 1830
administration bond, penal sum £200; John CHAPMAN, master mariner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A80   2 June 1830
administration bond, penal sum £100; Isabella GREEN, of Shaftoe Grange in the Parish of Hartburn in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A81   4 June 1830
administration bond, penal sum £400; George SAUNDERS, cordwainer, of Greenhead in the Chapelry of Shotley in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A82
administration bond, penal sum £100; Isabel GUSTARD, formerly Isabel Speedy widow, of Plessey in the Parish of Stannington in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to the daughters, the husband survived but since died.Bond DPRI/3/1830/A83 the son, Thomas Speedy,a minor, dated 7.6.1830.

DPRI/3/1830/A83   7 June 1830
administration bond, penal sum £40; Thomas SPEEDY, minor, bachelor, of Plessey in the Parish of Stannington in the County of Northumberland
grant of administration to the sisters, the mother, Isabel Gustard havibg died. Bond DPRI/3/1830/A82 Isabel Gustard (formerly Speedy ).

DPRI/3/1830/A84   8 June 1830
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; John LAING, gentleman, of Preston in the Parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A85   15 May 1830
administration bond, penal sum £100; John NEWBY, bread-baker, of Ripon in the County of York
widow residing in Byers Green, Co. Durham.

DPRI/3/1830/A86/1   12 June 1830
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ann DOBIE, widow, of the Borough of Berwick upon Tweed. Died October 1829
administration granted to Hugh Ross, guardian of Ann Dobie, spinster daughter, a minor

DPRI/3/1830/A86/2-3   7 June 1830
act of court; Ann DOBIE, widow, of the Borough of Berwick upon Tweed. Died October 1829

DPRI/3/1830/A86/4-6   2 June 1830
election of guardian; Ann DOBIE, widow, of the Borough of Berwick upon Tweed. Died October 1829
election of Hugh Ross maternal uncle as guardian of Ann Dobie, spinster daughter

DPRI/3/1830/A86/7-9   2 June 1830
acceptance of guardianship; Ann DOBIE, widow, of the Borough of Berwick upon Tweed. Died October 1829

DPRI/3/1830/A87/1   17 June 1830
administration bond, penal sum £200; John GARRITTE, yeoman, bachelor, of Shilbottle in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A87/2-3   11 June 1830
renunciation; John GARRITTE, yeoman, bachelor, of Shilbottle in the county of Northumberland
renunciation by the brother in favour of the sister.

DPRI/3/1830/A88   19 June 1830
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas HINTON, victualler, of the Chapelry of All Saints in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1830/A89   23 June 1830
administration bond, penal sum £900; Margaret WILSON, widow, of Whitburn in the county of Durham
grant of administration to the grandchildren.note of the swearing of the oath on the reverse of the bond.

DPRI/3/1830/A90   23 June 1830
administration bond, penal sum £600; Walter MALL, grocer, draper, of Belford in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A91   29 June 1830
administration bond, penal sum £100; Robert PILE, agent, bachelor, of Dunston in the Parish of Whickham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A92/1   26 June 1830
administration bond, penal sum £1,500; Henry SCOTT, farmer, bachelor, of South Charlton in the Parish of Ellingham in the County of Northumberland
estate revalued at £800

DPRI/3/1830/A92/2-3   22 May 1830
certificate of oath of estate value; Henry SCOTT, farmer, bachelor, of South Charlton in the Parish of Ellingham in the County of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A93   7 July 1830
administration bond, penal sum £900; Eliza CARR, spinster, of Ford in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A94   7 July 1830
administration bond, penal sum £8,000; William HARRISON, ship-owner, coal-fitter, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A95   26 June 1830
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Joseph ABBOT, brass-founder, bachelor, of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A96   12 July 1830
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Doreas Dorothea DICKSON, spinster, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1830/A97/1   15 July 1830
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ann CLARK, spinster, of Ellingham in the Parish of Ellingham in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A97/2-4   13 July 1830
renunciation; Ann CLARK, spinster, of Ellingham in the Parish of Ellingham in the county of Northumberland
renunciation by the brothers in favour of the sister.

DPRI/3/1830/A98   22 July 1830
administration bond, penal sum £40; Thomas LATTEY, yeoman, bachelor, of Thorneyford in the Parish of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A99   7 July 1830
administration bond, penal sum £40; John LATTEY, husbandman, of Benridge in the Parish of Mitford in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A100/1   26 July 1830
administration bond, penal sum £10; Charles THOMPSON, gentleman, widower, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A100/2-3   24 July 1830
renunciation; Charles THOMPSON, gentleman, widower, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
renunciation by the brother and sister in favour of the daughter.

DPRI/3/1830/A101   23 July 1830
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Henry RICKERBY, linen-draper, widower, of Darlington in the County of Durham
note on the bond:- he left no issue.

DPRI/3/1830/A102   27 July 1830
administration bond, penal sum £400; John HUNTER, yeoman, widower, of Hallgarth Street in the Parish of Saint Oswald in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A103   9 August 1830
administration bond, penal sum £900; Stephen UNWIN, cordwainer, widower, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A104   9 August 1830
administration bond, penal sum £400; Mary STEPHENSON, spinster, of Stockton in the County of Durham
note on the reverse of the bond that the oath had been sworn.

DPRI/3/1830/A105   5 August 1830
administration bond, penal sum £5,000; Edward OLIVER, sail-maker, of South Shields in the county of Durham. Died 27 April 1828

DPRI/3/1830/A106   9 August 1830
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; George CLAY, farmer, bachelor, of Blakelaw in the Parish of Chatton in the County of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A107   10 August 1830
administration bond, penal sum £200; Elizabeth WATSON, widow, of Nentsbury in the Parish of Alston in the County of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A108   16 August 1830
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Robert KYLE, merchant, of Ponteland in the County of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A109   23 August 1830
administration bond, penal sum £200; Antonietta SHIELD, widow, of Whickham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A110   24 August 1830
administration bond, penal sum £40; John ILDERTON, mariner, widower, of the Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1830/A111/1-7   2 August 1830
administration bond, penal sum £5; Anthony HUTTON, gentleman, of East Shaw in the Parish of Gainford in the County of Durham
grant of administration to William Barnes limited to the intestate's interest in property at Walker Field in the County of Durham (Gainford).

DPRI/3/1830/A112   30 August 1830
administration bond, penal sum £400; Mary HADFIELD, nee Clark, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A113   30 August 1830
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Stephen DIXON, agent, widower, of the Chapelry of All Saints in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1830/A114   30 August 1830
administration bond, penal sum £600; Sarah MARCH, wife of Christopher March, shipwright, of the Chapelry of Saint John in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1830/A115/1-3   23 August 1830
administration bond, penal sum £5; Ralph GOWLAND, attorney-at-law, of the Parish of Saint Nicholas in or near the City of Durham in the county of Durham
grant of administration to William Pringle limited to the intestate's interest in property at East and West Bitchfield in Northumberland.

DPRI/3/1830/A115/4-5   23 August 1830
certificate of oath; Ralph GOWLAND, attorney-at-law, of the Parish of Saint Nicholas in or near the City of Durham in the county of Durham
reply from London to Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A115/6-7   21 August 1830
letter of request; Ralph GOWLAND, attorney-at-law, of the Parish of Saint Nicholas in or near the City of Durham in the county of Durham
request from Durham to London to take oath

DPRI/3/1830/A116   1 September 1830
administration bond, penal sum £500; Elizabeth RAMSEY, spinster, of Gateshead in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A117   1 September 1830
administration bond, penal sum £900; Anthony POUNDER, pilot master, widower, of Hartlepool in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A118   31 August 1830
administration bond, penal sum £400; John RUTHERFORD, joiner, bachelor, of Bamburghin the County of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A119/1   19 May 1830
administration bond, penal sum £400; Elizabeth WILKINSON, widow, of Alnmouth in the Parish of Lesbury in the County of Northumberland. Died 27 December 1829

DPRI/3/1830/A119/2-3   17 March 1830
renunciation; Elizabeth WILKINSON, widow, of Alnmouth in the Parish of Lesbury in the County of Northumberland. Died 27 December 1829
renunciation by two sons resident in London in favour of the third son.

DPRI/3/1830/A120/1   31 August 1830
administration bond, penal sum £400; John COLVILL, labourer, of Fenham Low Moor in the Parish of Holy Island in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A120/2-7   28 August 1830
administration bond, penal sum £10; Thomas STORER, of Rothbury
grant of administration to John Lindsay limited to the intestate's interest in property at the North side of the East end of the Town of Rothbury and four seats in Rothbury Church.

DPRI/3/1830/A121   23 August 1830
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas HINDHAUGH, innkeeper, of the Borough of Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1830/A122   9 September 1830
administration bond, penal sum £600; John ALLEN, stonemason, of Cox Geen in the Chapelry of Painshaw in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A123/1   7 September 1830
administration bond, penal sum £600; Elizabeth NICHOLSON, widow, of West Boldon in the county of Durham. Died 23 January 1830

DPRI/3/1830/A123/2-4   30 April 1830
renunciation; Elizabeth NICHOLSON, widow, of West Boldon in the county of Durham. Died 23 January 1830
renunciation by two daughters in favour of a third daughter.

DPRI/3/1830/A124   13 September 1830
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas DUNN, gentleman, of Stockton in the county of Durham
note of the swearing of the oath on the reverse of the bond.

DPRI/3/1830/A125   14 September 1830
administration bond, penal sum £40; George MACKENZIE, shipwright, widower, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
note of the swearing of the oath on the reverse of the bond.

DPRI/3/1830/A126   15 September 1830
administration bond, penal sum £900; Thomas RAMSEY, carrier, of Alston in the County of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A127   6 September 1830
administration bond, penal sum £100; John Bell GOODFELLOW, agent, of North Shields in the Parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A128   20 September 1830
administration bond, penal sum £100; Thomas WILSON, gentleman, bachelor, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A129   20 September 1830
administration bond, penal sum £200; Margaret WILSON, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A130   7 April 1830
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; William WILSON, farmer, of Encampment in the Parish of Ford in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A131   22 April 1830
administration bond, penal sum £400; Walter ROWLAND, watchmaker, of the Borough of Bberwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1830/A132   27 September 1830
administration bond, penal sum £200; Jane BROWN, widow, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
cancelled bond of Ralph Turnbull of Walk Mill, Wooler, Northumberland, dyer. (incomplete)

DPRI/3/1830/A133   23 September 1830
administration bond, penal sum £100; John RICHARDSON, joiner, of Felton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A134/1   4 October 1830
administration bond, penal sum £100; Joseph SIMPSON, miller, of Lemington in the Parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A134/2   25 September 1830
certificate of estate value; Joseph SIMPSON, miller, of Lemington in the Parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland
depositor in the Savings Bank of Newcastle upon Tyne, value of £49.

DPRI/3/1830/A135   11 October 1830
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; James BARRY, currier, of Claypath in the city of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A136/1   27 September 1830
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Jane MARTINDALE, of Lambrigg in the Parish of Kendal in the County of Westmorland

DPRI/3/1830/A136/2   27 September 1830
certificate of oath; Jane MARTINDALE, of Lambrigg in the Parish of Kendal in the County of Westmorland
reply from archdeaconry of Richmond to Durham, certifying that an oath was administered, bond executed and an affidavit made. The letter of request from Durham is not present.

DPRI/3/1830/A137   25 September 1830
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; William BURN, carpenter, of Ford in the Parish of Ford in the county of Northumberland
the widow had since deceased without taking out letters of administration.

DPRI/3/1830/A138   18 October 1830
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; John DODD, farmer, of Highfield in the Parish of Thorneyburn in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A139   19 October 1830
administration bond, penal sum £200; James GAINER, cordwainer, widower, of Branspeth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A140   22 October 1830
administration bond, penal sum £40; John BELL, miller, of Shotley Bridge in the Chapelry of Medomsley in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A141   26 October 1830
administration bond, penal sum £400; Francis GREENFIELD, farmer, of Backworth in the Chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A142   27 September 1830
administration bond, penal sum £200; John CHISHOLM, innkeeper, of the Borough of Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1830/A143   30 October 1830
administration bond, penal sum £100; Ralph TURNBULL, collier, of Low Fell in the Parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A144   26 October 1830
administration bond, penal sum £8,000; Alexander THOMSON, farmer, of Glororum in the Parish of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A145   1 November 1830
administration bond, penal sum £200; Isabel STRAKER, spinster, of Plessey Hall in the parish of Stannington in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A146/1   5 November 1830
administration bond, penal sum £900; Mary DOUGAS, widow, of Westgate in the Chapelry of Saint John in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A146/2-3   2 November 1830
renunciation; Mary DOUGAS, widow, of Westgate in the Chapelry of Saint John in the county of Northumberland
renunciation by the daughter in favour of the son.

DPRI/3/1830/A147   5 November 1830
administration bond, penal sum £200; George AVERY, miller, of Buck Hill Mill in the Chapelry of Horton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A148   10 November 1830
administration bond, penal sum £900; Thomas SHADFORTH, master mariner, bachelor, of Lovaine Place in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1830/A149   15 November 1830
administration bond, penal sum £100; John ARCHBOLD, victualler, of Sandgate in the Chapelry of All Saints in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1830/A150   12 November 1830
administration bond, penal sum £400; Deal STILING, otherwise Deal Stirling Bell, infant, of City of Chichester
father, Alexander Stirling { Bell}, schoolmaster of Chichester named as a bondsman.

DPRI/3/1830/A151   17 November 1830
administration bond, penal sum £100; John FOSTER, shoemaker, bachelor, of Stockton in the parish of Stockton in the county of Durham
grant of administration to the brother, the father having died leaving the estate unadministered.

DPRI/3/1830/A152   29 October 1830
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas VALLANTINE, husbandman, of Wind - mill - hill in the Parish of Holy Island in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A153   29 October 1830
administration bond, penal sum £400; Johnson PATTISON, carpenter, of the Borough of Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1830/A154   20 November 1830
administration bond, penal sum £10; William COCKERILL, rope-maker, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A155   22 November 1830
administration bond, penal sum £400; Robert STRINGER, gentleman, bachelor, of Blackburn in the Parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A156/1-3   12 November 1830
administration bond, penal sum £5; Jane ELLIOT, nee Watton, of Gainford in the Parish of Gainford
grant of administration to George Appleby limited to the intestate's interest in property at Collice Walls, High Riding, Middle Riding, Low Riding, Hampsterley, County Durham.

DPRI/3/1830/A157/1-4   19 November 1830
administration bond, penal sum £5; John PATTERSON, fruiterer, of the Chapelry of All Saints in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to Matthew Clayton limited to the intestate's interest in property at Newcastle upon Tyne.

DPRI/3/1830/A158   24 November 1830
administration bond, penal sum £900; John GRAY, farmer, of Netherton in the Parish of Bedlington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A159   15 November 1830
administration bond, penal sum £400; Margaret WADE, spinster, of Barnard Castle in the County of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A160   23 November 1830
administration bond, penal sum £600; Stephen WATSON, farmer, of East Sleckburn in the Parish of Bedlington in the County of Durham
the relict survived but failed to take out letters of administration.

DPRI/3/1830/A161/1   27 November 1830
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Richard GIBSON, ironmonger, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1830/A161/2-3   26 November 1830
commission; Richard GIBSON, ironmonger, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed
commission to (re-)swear Elizabeth Gibson, the relict and administratrix, revaluing the estate at £800; executed, 27 Nov 1830

DPRI/3/1830/A162   27 November 1830
administration bond, penal sum £600; Thomas STOKOE, bricklayer, of the Chapelry of Saint Andrew in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1830/A163   22 November 1830
administration bond, penal sum £200; Samuel BRADBURY, blacksmith, of Sunderland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A164   6 December 1830
administration bond, penal sum £900; Luke TOWERS, farmer, of North Hall in the Parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A165   26 July 1830
administration bond, penal sum £900; Mark TURNBULL, farmer, of Cheswick Nab in the Chapelry of Ancroft in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A166   7 December 1830
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert JACKSON, farmer, of Houghterslaw in the Parish of Ellingham in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A167   10 December 1830
administration bond, penal sum £600; George WATSON, master mariner, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A168
administration bond, penal sum £200; John SHIELD, miner, of Nenthead in the Parish of Alston in the County of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A169/1   14 December 1830
administration bond, penal sum £600; Joseph KIRKLEY, ship-carpenter, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
widow remarried to Samuel Godwin of Broomwick, Warwickshire.

DPRI/3/1830/A169/2-4   10 December 1830
letter of request, 10 December 1830; Joseph KIRKLEY, ship-carpenter, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
with certificate of oath, 14 December 1830
request from Durham to Litchfield and Coventry to take oath
reply from Litchfield and Coventry to DurhamTim Brown5.7.2007

DPRI/3/1830/A170/1   13 December 1830
administration bond, penal sum £200; Janet CAMPBELL, infant, spinster, of Greenock in the County of Renfrew

DPRI/3/1830/A170/2-4   9 December 1830
letter of request; Janet CAMPBELL, infant, spinster, of Greenock in the County of Renfrew
with certificate of oath, 13 December 1830
request from Durham to the Magistrates of the County of Renfrew in North Britian to take oath
reply from the Magistrates of the County of Renfrew in North Britian to DurhamTim Brown5.7.2007

DPRI/3/1830/A171   20 December 1830
administration bond, penal sum £400; David Knox LEE, cabinet-maker, bachelor, of the Borough of Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1830/A172   21 December 1830
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Margaret LAMPSON, spinster, of the Parish of Saint Giles in or near the City of Durham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A173   24 December 1830
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; John RAWES, clerk, of Stamfordham in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A174   27 December 1830
administration bond, penal sum £200; Henry BELL, draper, tailor, of the Chapelry of Saint John in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1830/A175   28 December 1830
administration bond, penal sum £200; Anne MORDEY, nee Goodchild, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/A176   29 December 1830
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Christopher HESLOP, yeoman, bachelor, of Morpeth in the Parish of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A177   11 December 1830
administration bond, penal sum £900; Mary YOUNG, widow, of Alnmouth in the Parish of Lesbury in the County of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1830/A178   24 December 1830
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Ann YOUNGHUSBAND, spinster, of Alnmouth (or Alnwick) in the County of Northumberland. Died 16 July 1830

DPRI/3/1830/A179   20 December 1830
administration bond, penal sum £200; John KEDGLIE, tanner, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland

Will bonds 1830
Reference: DPRI/3/1830/T
DPRI/3/1830/T1/1-4   30 January 1830
will bond, penal sum £10; Thomas COWLEY, yeoman, of Layton in the parish of Sedgefield and county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Thomas Hutchinson limited to property at Layton, Sedgefield

DPRI/3/1830/T2   5 January 1830
will bond, penal sum £40; Matthew MOOR, pitman, of Gilligate Moor in or near the city of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Ann Simpson heretofore Ann Moor.

DPRI/3/1830/T3   23 February 1830
will bond, penal sum £900; Mary SUDDISS, widow of John Suddiss, butcher, widow, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed
aministration granted to Thomas Siddell, legator and guardian of a minor John Suddess, previous legatee having died.

DPRI/3/1830/T4/1   27 February 1830
will bond, penal sum £100; John DOBSON, of Capheaton in the parish of Kirkwhelpington in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Mary Dobson, widow, there being no executor named in the said will.

DPRI/3/1830/T4/2   18 February 1830
certificate; John DOBSON, of Capheaton in the parish of Kirkwhelpington in the county of Northumberland
certificate of balance deposited in Alnwick Savings Bank

DPRI/3/1830/T5   20 February 1830
will bond, penal sum £900; Matthew LIGHTLY, gentleman, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to James Heron, grandson, the executors having died.

DPRI/3/1830/T6   2 March 1830
will bond, penal sum £200; John HUNTLEY, the elder, cartwright, of Acklington in the parish of Warkworth in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to John Huntley, son, previous executors having renounced probate and execution of the said will.

DPRI/3/1830/T7   23 January 1830
will bond, penal sum £3,000; Margaret THOMPSON, spinster, of Alnwick in the County of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Richard Thompson, brother of the deceased.

DPRI/3/1830/T8   17 February 1830
will bond, penal sum £400; Mary SWAN, spinster, of East Thriston in the parish of Felton in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Margaret Swan, sister, there being no executor name in the will.

DPRI/3/1830/T9   18 January 1830
will bond, penal sum £1,200; John BAKER, gentleman, of Cockerton in the parish of Darlington in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Margaret Baker, widow.

DPRI/3/1830/T10   27 January 1830
will bond, penal sum £200; Richard REED, butcher, of Newbottle in the parish of Houghton-le-Spring in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to William Boe, the surviving residuary legatee.

DPRI/3/1830/T11   5 February 1830
will bond, penal sum £400; James BUCKLE, confectioner, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Ann Buckle, widow.

DPRI/3/1830/T12/1-3   21 May 1830
will bond, penal sum £10; Robert THORP, fitter, gentleman, bachelor, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died November 1780
administration with the will annexed granted to Henry Shadforth Morton.

DPRI/3/1830/T13   8 May 1830
will bond, penal sum £200; William ROBSON, yeoman, of Wolsingham in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Eunice Robson, widow.

DPRI/3/1830/T14   5 May 1830
will bond, penal sum £400; Joseph ATHEY, joiner, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland. Died 24 February 1815
administration with the will annexed granted to Joseph Athey, son.

DPRI/3/1830/T15   21 April 1830
will bond, penal sum £4,000; William WILSON, plumber, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed in the county of Northumberland. Died 4 April 1823
administration with the will annexed granted to Elizabeth Aitchison and Isabella Cockburn, daughters.

DPRI/3/1830/T16/1   11 May 1830
will bond, penal sum £10; John ORD, esquire, formerly of Lincolns Inn field in the county of Middlesex, late of Pursars Cross Fulham in the same county
administration with the will annexed granted to Robert Capper, nephew.

DPRI/3/1830/T16/2-3   11 May 1830
execution of bond; John ORD, esquire, formerly of Lincolns Inn field in the county of Middlesex, late of Pursars Cross Fulham in the same county
Bond received from the Lord Bishop of Gloucester to the Consistory Court of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/T17   9 April 1830
will bond, penal sum £900; Robert BARRY, mariner, of parish of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Mary Barry, widow.

DPRI/3/1830/T18   8 March 1830
will bond, penal sum £900; John POTTS, senior, farmer, of Woodhouse in the parish of Shilbottle in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to John Potts, William Potts and Thomas Potts, the sons.

DPRI/3/1830/T19   31 March 1830
will bond, penal sum £1,200; Henry SHADFORTH, gentleman, of the chapelry of Saint Andrew, Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to George Anthony Lambert, a creditor.

DPRI/3/1830/T20   27 March 1830
will bond, penal sum £600; Hannah LITTLE, widow, of Wark in the parish of Wark and county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Hannah Willey, niece and one of the residuary legatees, and also to Hannah Carr, daughter of Joseph Brown and a substituted residuary legatee. Brown was the brother and sole executor of the deceased.

DPRI/3/1830/T21   1 May 1830
will bond, penal sum £200; Joseph YOUNG, gentleman, of Brunton in the parish of Embleton in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to George Young and Joshua Young, the nephews and surviving residuary legatees.

DPRI/3/1830/T22   5 April 1830
will bond, penal sum £1,600; James SCOTT, the elder, farmer, of Hobberlaw in the parish of Alnwick and county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Isabella Scott, widow, and Robert Scott, brother.

DPRI/3/1830/T23   20 March 1830
will bond, penal sum £10; William RIDLEY, gentleman, of Yethouse in the parish of Bellingham and county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to William Ridley, late Mole, the principal devisee, there being no executor named.

DPRI/3/1830/T24   9 April 1830
will bond, penal sum £400; Thomas MILBURN, innkeeper, of St Johns Chapel in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to John Murray and Sarah Bee, the residuary legatees, George Brumwell, Joshua Dawson and Thomas Emmerson having renounced the execution.

DPRI/3/1830/T25   14 June 1830
will bond, penal sum £10,000; William KIRTON, alderman, alderman, esquire, of City of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Edward Shafto and John Mason, executors named in the will of Richard Kirton esquire deceased, who was the son and residuary legatee of the deceased.

DPRI/3/1830/T26   30 June 1830
will bond, penal sum £2,000; Joseph ADDISON, gentleman, of Tanfield in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to David Addison, John Addison and William Addison, the natural and lawful children of the deceased.

DPRI/3/1830/T27   8 July 1830
will bond, penal sum £2,000; John ELLIOT, farmer, of Newbottle in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Henry Elliot and Robert King the uncles and guardians of the four children of the deceased under the age of 16 years; Robert Parkinson and Matthew Ryle having renounced

DPRI/3/1830/T28   15 June 1830
will bond, penal sum £900; George GRAINGER, builder, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Amelia Grainger, mother, there being no executor named

DPRI/3/1830/T29   21 May 1830
will bond, penal sum £200; William PEARSON, fisherman, of Tweedmouth in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to John Pearson, William Pearson and Catherine Pearson, children of the deceased; Sarah Pearson, his wife, having died in the lifetime of her husband.

DPRI/3/1830/T30   15 May 1830
will bond, penal sum £1,000; James HEDLEY, farmer, of Bewick Folly in the parish of Eglingham in the county of Northumberland. Died November 1827
administration with the will annexed granted to Andrew Hedley, son; Richard Hudson and Robert Anderson the executors having renounced

DPRI/3/1830/T31   7 June 1830
will bond, penal sum £200; John HUNTER, weaver, of Darlington in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Mary Hunter, widow; the executor or residuary legatee having renounced.

DPRI/3/1830/T32/1   5 June 1830
will bond, penal sum £10,000; Robert WEATHERHEAD, esquire, of Coldstream in the county of Berwick in North Brittain. Died 31 December 1829
administration with the will annexed granted to Robert Whitehead, the father curator and guardian of George Whitehead, a minor, the executors and residuary legatees having renounced.

DPRI/3/1830/T32/2-4   25 May 1830
election of guardian; Robert WEATHERHEAD, esquire, of Coldstream in the county of Berwick in North Brittain. Died 31 December 1829
George Weatherhead, minor, appoints his father Robert Weatherhead to be his curator or guardian; the executors and residuary legatees having renounced

DPRI/3/1830/T32/5-7   25 May 1830
acceptance of guardianship; Robert WEATHERHEAD, esquire, of Coldstream in the county of Berwick in North Brittain. Died 31 December 1829

DPRI/3/1830/T33   23 August 1830
will bond, penal sum £2,000; William GRESHAM, mason, of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Elizabeth Gresham and Jane Mary Gresham, daughters; Margaret Gresham, widow, having died.

DPRI/3/1830/T34/1-16   7 September 1830
will bond; Right Honourable Lord Herbert WINDSOR, baron Montjoy, lord viscount Windsor, baron Montjoy of the Isle of Wight
with letter of request, 3 September 1830
with certificate of oath, 7 September 1830, penal sum £10
(1) administration with the will annexed granted to John Middleton Meggison, limited to the testator's interest in preoperty at Beachfield, Stamfordham; (2) request from Durham to London to take oath, with reply

DPRI/3/1830/T35/1   16 August 1830
will bond, penal sum £400; John SHERATON, buoy master to the port of Stockton, buoy master, of Seaton Carew in the parish of Stranton in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to John Ninnion Sheraton, the previous executors having renounced.

DPRI/3/1830/T35/2   16 August 1830
certificate of oath; John SHERATON, buoy master to the port of Stockton, buoy master, of Seaton Carew in the parish of Stranton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1830/T36   21 July 1830
will bond, penal sum £600; Robert HARBOTTLE, gentleman, of Staindrop in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Mary Davison, daughter; Elizabeth Harbottle, wife, having died in the lifetime of the deceased.

DPRI/3/1830/T37   25 August 1830
will bond, penal sum £600; John ROBSON, mason, of in the town ship of Whalton in the county of Northumberland. Died March 1830
administration with the will annexed granted to Isabella Robson, daughter; previous executors and residuary legatees having renounced.

DPRI/3/1830/T38   19 October 1830
will bond, penal sum £400; Isabella ROWNTREE, widow, of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham. Died 21 August 1830
administration with the will annexed granted to Thomas Thursfield. Catherine Craig and James Rowntree, grandchildren of the next of kin; there being no residuary legatee named.

DPRI/3/1830/T39   14 September 1830
will bond, penal sum £900; Maria BRUMELL, spinster, formerly of Beadnel, late of Little Houghton in the parish of Longhoughton in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Dorothy Ann Brumell, Margaret Isabella Brumell and Georgiana Brumell, sisters, there being no executor named.

DPRI/3/1830/T40/1-7   3 December 1830
will bond, penal sum £10; Lady Lucy STANHOPE
grant of administration to John Griffith limited to the intestate's interest in property at Monkwearmouth and Suddick

DPRI/3/1830/T41/1-10   3 December 1830
will bond, penal sum £10; Lord Philip STANHOPE, [2nd] earl Stanhope
grant of administration to John Griffith limited to the intestate's interest in property at Monkwearmouth and Whitburn

DPRI/3/1830/T42/1-7   30 December 1830
administration bond, penal sum £10; John GIBSON, tanner, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to William Leithead limited to the intestator's interest in property at Alnwick.

DPRI/3/1830/T43   6 December 1830
will bond, penal sum £200; Valentine GRIEVESON, joiner, of Framwellgate in or near the city of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Eleanor Grieveson, widow, there being no executor named.

DPRI/3/1830/T44   4 December 1830
will bond, penal sum £900; William FRASER, yeoman, widower, formerly of Witton Gilbert in the county of Durham, late of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Joseph Fraser and William John Fraser, sons, there being no executor or resisuary legatees named

DPRI/3/1830/T45   29 December 1830
will bond, penal sum £40; Thomas MUNDEN, gentleman, of No. 28 Kennington Street Walworth in the county of Surrey
administration with the will annexed granted to John Browne, the sole executor named in the will of Mary Munden, widow, deceased, who survived and was the sole executor of Thomas Munden.

Administration bonds 1831
Reference: DPRI/3/1831/A
DPRI/3/1831/A2   11 January 1831
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Henry Wright HALLIDAY, ship-owner, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1831/A3   7 January 1831
administration bond, penal sum £200; George BOWER, innkeeper, of Blyth in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1831/A4   19 January 1831
administration bond, penal sum £600; Robert ELLIOTT, shopkeeper, of Stamfordham in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1831/A5   21 January 1831
administration bond, penal sum £40; Thomas RICHARDSON, cordwainer, bachelor, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to Margaret Richardson his mother

DPRI/3/1831/A6   13 January 1831
administration bond, penal sum £400; Mary CHRISTOPHER, spinster, of Hutton Henry in the parish of Monkhesildon in the county of Durham
administration granted to Richard Christopher father of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A7   24 January 1831
administration bond, penal sum £900; John JOHNSON, innkeeper, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed
administration granted to Mary Johnson relict

DPRI/3/1831/A8   29 January 1831
administration bond, penal sum £400; James THACKREY, overman, of Willington in the parish of Wallsend in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Margaret Thackray relict

DPRI/3/1831/A9/1   31 January 1831
administration bond, penal sum £350; John NAYLOR, spade and shovel-maker, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
administration granted to Robert Rayne principal creditor, the children of the intestate having renounced

DPRI/3/1831/A9/2-4   28 January 1831
renunciation; John NAYLOR, spade and shovel-maker, of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1831/A10/1   3 February 1831
administration bond, penal sum £400; William REVELY, blacksmith, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
administration granted to Thomas Revely one of the next of kin, the others having renounced

DPRI/3/1831/A10/2-4   3 January 1831
renunciation; William REVELY, blacksmith, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1831/A11   29 January 1831
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas ROCHESTER, publican, of North Sunderland in the parish of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Jand Rochester relict

DPRI/3/1831/A12/1   2 February 1831
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; John ATKINSON, bachelor, of Billingsgate in the parish of Saint Mary at Hill in the city of London
administration granted to Ann Foss one of the next of kin, all the others having renounced or refused to act

DPRI/3/1831/A12/2-4   7 January 1831
renunciation; John ATKINSON, bachelor, of Billingsgate in the parish of Saint Mary at Hill in the city of London

DPRI/3/1831/A13   8 February 1831
administration bond, penal sum £200; John JOHNSTON, yeoman, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed
administration granted to William Johnston son of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A14   5 February 1831
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; George WAILES, yeoman, bachelor, of Dinnington in the parish of Ponteland in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Jane Hall and Isabella Wealleans only surviving next of kin, the previous administrators having died

DPRI/3/1831/A15   16 February 1831
administration bond, penal sum £400; Beatrice WILSON, spinster, of Stockton in the county of Durham
administration granted to William Cass the sole executor of Ann Wilson the mother and only next of kin of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A16   25 February 1831
administration bond, penal sum £100; Mary DOUGLASS, widow, of chapelry of All Saints in the city of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to Ann Blakey sister of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A17   23 February 1831
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; William Alexander MACKAY, wine-merchant, of South Shields in the county of Durham
administration granted to Ann Mackay, relict

DPRI/3/1831/A18/1   12 January 1831
administration bond, penal sum £600; John GRESHAM, mason, bachelor, of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
administration granted to Frances Thompson, sister of the intestate, the other next of kin having renounced

DPRI/3/1831/A18/2-3   15 January 1831
renunciation; John GRESHAM, mason, bachelor, of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
exhibited, 12 Feb 1831

DPRI/3/1831/A19   23 February 1831
administration bond, penal sum £400; George MATTHEWS, yeoman, widower, of Greatham in the county of Durham
administration granted to George Matthews and Elizabeth Corps, children of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A20   28 February 1831
administration bond, penal sum £100; Joseph HARRISON, miner, of Blackcleugh in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham
administration granted to John Padon a creditor of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A21   29 January 1831
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; John BURRELL, gentleman, bachelor, of Sniperley in the chapelry of Witton Gilbert in the county of Durham
administration granted to Robert Burrell the elder, brother of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A22/1   5 March 1831
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; John MOLE, farmer, of Embleton in the parish of Embleton in the county of Northumberland
estate revalued at £1,500

DPRI/3/1831/A22/2-3   22 February 1831
commission; John MOLE, farmer, of Embleton in the parish of Embleton in the county of Northumberland
with certificate of oath, 5 March 1831

DPRI/3/1831/A23   5 March 1831
administration bond, penal sum £200; Hugh William WRIGHT, without kindred, grocer, bachelor, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
administration granted to Thomas Cook Hodgson, creditor

DPRI/3/1831/A24/1   9 March 1831
administration bond, penal sum £100; James CARR, gardener, of Egypt Square in the chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to Ann Carr, relict

DPRI/3/1831/A24/2   undated
certificate of estate value; James CARR, gardener, of Egypt Square in the chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
certificate of the share and interest of a deceased depositor from the Saving Bank of Newcastle

DPRI/3/1831/A25/1   7 March 1831
administration bond, penal sum £400; David MARTIN, mariner, widower, of Newbrough in the county of Fife in that part of Great Britain called Scotland
administration granted to Margaret Martin, daughter

DPRI/3/1831/A25/2   7 March 1831
certificate of oath; David MARTIN, mariner, widower, of Newbrough in the county of Fife in that part of Great Britain called Scotland
certificate of oath verifying the surety's signature, she not being present

DPRI/3/1831/A26/1-4   5 March 1831
administration bond, penal sum £10; John SHOTTON, victualler, of Berwick upon Tweed
administration granted to George Robison limited to the intestate's interest in property in Sandgate, Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1831/A27   12 March 1831
administration bond, penal sum £200; Jane SNOWDON, widow, of Rothbury in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to \isabella Foggan and Ann Riddel daughters of the deceased

DPRI/3/1831/A28   14 March 1831
administration bond, penal sum £400; William LOWES, [royal navy] sailing master, bachelor, of Warkworth in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to John Lowes cousin german of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A29   14 March 1831
administration bond, penal sum £100; John TAYLOR, mariner, bachelor, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
administration granted to Martha Taylor mother of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A30   23 March 1831
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; William BLACKBURN, spirit-merchant, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to Sarah Stanley daughter

DPRI/3/1831/A31/1   11 March 1831
administration bond, penal sum £400; John MOFFITT, farmer, widower, of Twizzel village in the parish of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland. Died 22 April 1830
administration granted to Ralph Moffitt uncle and curator of the children of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A31/2-4   3 March 1831
election of guardian; John MOFFITT, farmer, widower, of Twizzel village in the parish of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland. Died 22 April 1830

DPRI/3/1831/A31/5-7   3 March 1831
acceptance of guardianship; John MOFFITT, farmer, widower, of Twizzel village in the parish of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland. Died 22 April 1830

DPRI/3/1831/A32/1   25 March 1831
administration bond, penal sum £100; William TURNS, master mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham
administration granted to Mary Turns, relict

DPRI/3/1831/A32/2   23 March 1831
certificate of value of estate; William TURNS, master mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham
certificate from Shields Saving Bank

DPRI/3/1831/A33   26 March 1831
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Thomas WARD, farmer, of Six Mile Bridge in the parish of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Ann Ward relict

DPRI/3/1831/A34   29 March 1831
administration bond, penal sum £200; John TRENHAM, coach guard, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to Ann Trenham relict

DPRI/3/1831/A35   8 March 1831
administration bond, penal sum £100; Mary SHARP, widow, of Rock Hall in the parish of Embleton in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Thomas Sharp, son

DPRI/3/1831/A36   29 March 1831
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas WALKER, master mariner, bachelor, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to James Walker, brother

DPRI/3/1831/A37   5 April 1831
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Matthew ROBINSON, ship-owner, of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
administration granted to Ann Robinson relict

DPRI/3/1831/A38   6 April 1831
administration bond, penal sum £200; William BELL, sail-maker, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to Susannah Bell rlict

DPRI/3/1831/A39   6 April 1831
administration bond, penal sum £200; Sarah ARMYTAGE, nee Cole, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
administration granted to John Armytage, widower

DPRI/3/1831/A40   16 April 1831
administration bond, penal sum £900; William SMITH, grocer, widower, of Belfprd in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Thomas Smith, brother

DPRI/3/1831/A41   16 April 1831
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas OLIVER, master mariner, bachelor, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
administration granted to George,William, Robert and Richard Oliver, brothers of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A42   18 April 1831
administration bond, penal sum £12,000; John CLAY, ship-owner, of Laygate in the chapelry of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham
administration granted to his son John Clay

DPRI/3/1831/A43   18 April 1831
administration bond, penal sum £40; John MARSHALL, land waiter in the custom house at Stockton, land[ing]-waiter, bachelor, of Norton in the county of Durham
administration granted to his sister Mary Ann Waugh

DPRI/3/1831/A44   18 April 1831
administration bond, penal sum £40; John ROMEL, farmer, of Cockerton in the parish of Darlington
administration granted to Martha Romel his relict

DPRI/3/1831/A45   21 April 1831
administration bond, penal sum £900; John CALVERT, victualler, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
administration granted to Ann Calvert his relict

DPRI/3/1831/A46   21 April 1831
administration bond, penal sum £400; Elizabeth TURNBULL, widow, of Pilgrim Street in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to William Turnbull the great uncle and guardian of Elizabeth Turnbull a minor of 17 years, only child of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A47   28 April 1831
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Richard HEWISON, farmer, of Ford in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
administrationgranted to Sarah Hewison the relict

DPRI/3/1831/A48   7 May 1831
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Isabella MARSHALL, widow, of Bedlington in the county of Durham
administration granted to Thomas Marshall son of the intestate, Isabella Marshall the only other next of kin being under the age of 21 years

DPRI/3/1831/A49   11 May 1831
administration bond, penal sum £200; Joseph VIPOND, depositor in the Rochdale Savings Bank, engine-wright, bachelor, of late of Rochdale in the county of Lancashire
administration granted to John Vipond his father

DPRI/3/1831/A50   12 May 1831
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Agnes MEADLEY, spinster, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
administration granted to Alice, Catherine and Mary Meadley the sisters of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A51   10 May 1831
administration bond, penal sum £100; William WOOD, mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham
administration granted to Ann Wood relict

DPRI/3/1831/A52   14 May 1831
administration bond, penal sum £40; Ann PALMER, widow, of Windy Nook in the chapelry of Heworth in the county of Durham
administration granted to Elizabeth Davison daughter of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A53   14 May 1831
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas THOMSON, grocer, widower, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed in the county of Durham
administration granted to John McGregor and William Ainslie creditors of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A54/1   11 May 1831
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Michael DODD, gentleman, bachelor, of Cornhill (Cornhills) in the parish of Kirkwhelpington in the county of Northumberland
estate revalued at £1,500

DPRI/3/1831/A54/2-3   28 April 1831
commission; Michael DODD, gentleman, bachelor, of Cornhill (Cornhills) in the parish of Kirkwhelpington in the county of Northumberland
with certificate of oath, 11 May 1831

DPRI/3/1831/A55   16 May 1831
administration bond, penal sum £200; Henry FRENCH, farmer, of Ryhope in the chapelry of Ryhope in the county of Durham
administration granted to John French son of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A56   16 May 1831
administration bond, penal sum £40; Ann FRENCH, widow, of Ryhope in the chapelry of Ryhope in the county of Durham
administration granted to John French son of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A57   16 May 1831
administration bond, penal sum £100; George GRECIAN, shepherd, of Wooler Common in the parish of Wooler in the county of Northumberland
administrationgranted to Ann Grecian relict

DPRI/3/1831/A58   18 May 1831
administration bond, penal sum £600; Ralph NIXON, farmer, bachelor, of Milburn Grange in the parish of Ponteland in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Robert Nixon brother of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A59   16 May 1831
administration bond, penal sum £200; Emanuel RICHARDSON, miner, of Weldgil Dykes in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
administration granted to Hannah Hetherington the lawful relict

DPRI/3/1831/A60   7 May 1831
administration bond, penal sum £200; John RICHARDSON, miner, of Welgil Dykes in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
administration granted to Rachel Richardson, relict

DPRI/3/1831/A61   24 May 1831
administration bond, penal sum £40; Mary ALEXANDER, widow, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to Thomas Young and Thomas Atkinson the surviving executors of Richard Alexander staymaker

DPRI/3/1831/A62   25 May 1831
administration bond, penal sum £400; Archibald WILKIE, tailor, of Newbiggin in the parish of Woodhorn in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Thomas Wilkie, son

DPRI/3/1831/A63   28 May 1831
administration bond, penal sum £400; Joseph TROTTER, farmer, of Pittington in the parish of Pittington tn the county of Durham
administration granted to Jane Trotter relict

DPRI/3/1831/A64   25 May 1831
administration bond, penal sum £100; George ROBINSON, porter, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Mary Robinson relict

DPRI/3/1831/A65   2 June 1831
administration bond, penal sum £400; Richard PLOWDEN, farmer, of Pit Green in the chapelry of St Helen Auckland in the county of Durham
administration granted to James Plowden son of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A66   9 June 1831
administration bond, penal sum £400; George BELL, draper, bachelor, of Tweedmouth in the county of Durham
administration granted to Ann Bell mother of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A67   13 June 1831
administration bond, penal sum £40; George BILTON, yeoman, of Witton Gilbert in the county of Durham
administration granted to Mary Bilton relict

DPRI/3/1831/A68   13 June 1831
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; William ATKINSON, farmer, widower, of East Wide Open in the parish of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to william and Mary Atkinson only children of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A69   15 June 1831
administration bond, penal sum £20; Thomas STRAFFORD, plasterer, widower, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Thomas Strafford son of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A70   19 June 1831
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Margaret WATSON, widow, of Hawthorn in the parish of Easington in the county of Durham
administration granted to John, Joseph, Peter, Marshall and Robert Watson the sons of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A71   25 June 1831
administration bond, penal sum £600; Sarah LAMB, widow, of Sunniside in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
administration granted to Humble Lamb son of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A72   28 June 1831
administration bond, penal sum £200; William LUMSDON, farmer, of Ponteland in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Isabella Lumsdon relict

DPRI/3/1831/A73   29 June 1831
administration bond, penal sum £400; Edward LAWSON, farmer, of Leazes Crescent in the chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to Ralph Lawson a creditor of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A74   1 July 1831
administration bond, penal sum £200; John JORDAN, husbandman, of Harbottle in the parish of Allenton in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Eleanor Jordan relict

DPRI/3/1831/A75   6 July 1831
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Joshua HIERS, cabinet-maker, of South Shields in the county of Durham
administration granted to Mary Hiers relict

DPRI/3/1831/A76   14 July 1831
administration bond, penal sum £900; William MAKEPEACE, farmer, of Gold Hill in the chapelry of Muggleswick in the county of Durham
administration granted to Ann Makepeace relict

DPRI/3/1831/A77   18 July 1831
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Adam THOMPSON, husbandman, of Bedlington in the county of Durham
administration granted to William Thompson brother of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A78   22 July 1831
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas HOGG, tailor, of Shilbottle in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Mary Hogg relict

DPRI/3/1831/A79   23 July 1831
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; William DIXON, coach contractor, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed
administration granted to Elizabeth Dixon relict

DPRI/3/1831/A80   23 July 1831
administration bond, penal sum £400; John YOUNG, farmer, widower, of New Kyo in the parish of Ryton in the county of Durham
administration granted to Winifred Stokoe daughter of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A81   28 July 1831
administration bond, penal sum £200; Jane PRICE, formerly Fowler, of South Shields in the county of Durham
administration granted to William Price husband of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A82   2 August 1831
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas ALLEN, labourer, of Gilligate in or near the city of Durham in the county of Durham
administration granted to Margaret Allen relict

DPRI/3/1831/A83   20 July 1831
administration bond, penal sum £100; Ann HENDERSON, widow, of Hundy Lee in the parish of Widdrington in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Ralph Henderson son of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A84   5 August 1831
administration bond, penal sum £200; Peter SCOTT, tailor, of Foulden in the county of Berwick in North Britain
administration granted to Margaret Scott relict

DPRI/3/1831/A85   6 August 1831
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas FRENCH, farmer, bachelor, of Helm Park in the parish of Wolsingham in the county of Durham
administration granted to William French brother of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A86   8 August 1831
administration bond, penal sum £100; Jane THOMPSON, widow, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
administration granted to Mary Thompson daughter of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A87   8 August 1831
administration bond, penal sum £400; John WATSON, currier, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to Margaret Wilson relict

DPRI/3/1831/A88   8 August 1831
administration bond, penal sum £400; Mary ATKINSON, widow, of East Wide Open in the parish of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to William and Mary Atkinson children of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A89   11 August 1831
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Matthew BINKS, draper, tailor, bachelor, of City of Durham
administration granted to Christopher Binks brother of the intestate, Simon Susannah and Catherine Binks having renounced and William Binks being yet in his minority

DPRI/3/1831/A90/1   11 August 1831
administration bond, penal sum £20,000; Thomas BOSWALL, esquire, of Blackadder in the county of Berwick in North Britain
administration granted to Lucy Ann Preston or Boswall, relict

DPRI/3/1831/A90/2-3   11 August 1831
certificate of oath; Thomas BOSWALL, esquire, of Blackadder in the county of Berwick in North Britain
from Edinburgh in reply to a letter of requisition from Durham (not present)

DPRI/3/1831/A91   16 August 1831
administration bond, penal sum £400; Robert INGO, ship-owner, of Windmill Hills in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham
administration granted to Elizabeth Ingo relict

DPRI/3/1831/A92   14 July 1831
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ruth WILBUR, widow, of Gilligate in or near the city of Durham
administration granted to Mary Thompson and Hannah Walker daughters of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A93   24 August 1831
administration bond, penal sum £600; Jane FINLYSON, spinster, formerly of Alderley in the county of Chester, but late of Portarlington Queens County in Ireland

DPRI/3/1831/A94   27 August 1831
administration bond, penal sum £200; George NEWBY, yeoman, formerly of Burdon in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth, but late of Bishop Wearmouth
administration granted to Ann Jackson widow the relict

DPRI/3/1831/A95   31 August 1831
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Grace PRINGLE, spinster, of Snitter in the parish of Rothbury in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to William Pringle the brother of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A96   31 August 1831
administration bond, penal sum £600; Margaret READHEAD, formerly Pringle, of Moleshaugh in the parish of Felton in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Robert Readhead, husband

DPRI/3/1831/A97/1-2   31 August 1831
administration bond, penal sum £900; Jane DAVISON, spinster, of Tweedmouth in the county of Durham
with affidavit of sureties, 31 August 1831
administration granted to John Davison the brother of the intestate; affidavit refers to a commission (not present)

DPRI/3/1831/A98/1   6 September 1831
administration bond, penal sum £900; William HERON, without parent, whitesmith, bachelor, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland. Died 29 August 1829
administration granted to Thomas Heron, brother

DPRI/3/1831/A98/2-3   20 June 1831
renunciation; William HERON, without parent, whitesmith, bachelor, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland. Died 29 August 1829
renunciation of Ann Hutchinson and Dinah Bowden, sisters

DPRI/3/1831/A99/1-2   5 February 1831
certificate of estate value; Mary WILLIAMSON, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
with administration bond, 16 September 1831, penal sum £100
administration granted to Thomas Williamson husband of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A100   17 September 1831
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas NEWBY, yeoman, formerly of Hill Thorn House in the parish of Washington, but late of Tantoby in the chapelry of Tanfield in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1831/A101/1   21 September 1831
administration bond, penal sum £900; Isabella PRINGLE, spinster, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1831/A101/2-3   16 September 1831
letter of request; Isabella PRINGLE, spinster, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
request from Durham to London to take oath

DPRI/3/1831/A101/4   21 September 1831
certificate of oath; Isabella PRINGLE, spinster, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
reply from London to Durham

DPRI/3/1831/A102   22 September 1831
administration bond, penal sum £2,500; Edward MATHER, farmer, bachelor, of Newton on the Moor in the parish of Shilbottle in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Mary Mather sister of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A103   20 September 1831
administration bond, penal sum £200; Sarah FOSTER, widow, of Alston in the county of Cumberland
administration granted to Joseph Foster only child of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A104   22 September 1831
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas LEEMING, boot-maker, shoemaker, of 137 London Wall, Wood Street in the city of London

DPRI/3/1831/A105   23 September 1831
administration bond, penal sum £900; Henry WALTON, yeoman, bachelor, of Dyke in the parish of Kirkhaugh in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Mary Walton mother of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A106   8 October 1831
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ann REAVELY, spinster, of Kenton in the chapelry of Gosforth in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Isabella Reavely sister of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A107   6 October 1831
administration bond, penal sum £200; Henry YARROW, victualler, of chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to William Johnson a creditor of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A108   10 October 1831
administration bond, penal sum £900; William MAYORS, the younger, grocer, of South Shields in the county of Durham
administration granted to Isabella Mayor the relictj

DPRI/3/1831/A109   12 October 1831
administration bond, penal sum £200; Henry AYRE, clock-maker, watchmaker, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
administration granted to Mary Ayre the relict

DPRI/3/1831/A110/1-3   12 October 1831
administration bond, penal sum £100; George BOGUE, leather-seller, widower, of Berwick upon Tweed. Died April 1813
administration granted to George Bogue son and only surviving next of kin, until the original will or an authenticated copy shall be brought to the registry

DPRI/3/1831/A110/4   12 October 1831
affidavit of sureties; George BOGUE, leather-seller, widower, of Berwick upon Tweed. Died April 1813

DPRI/3/1831/A110/5-7   21 September 1831
affidavit; George BOGUE, leather-seller, widower, of Berwick upon Tweed. Died April 1813
affidavit of George Bogue son of the intestate containing the tenor of the will (now lost)

DPRI/3/1831/A111   14 October 1831
administration bond, penal sum £100; Elizabeth NICHOLSON, grocer, widow, of Shotley Bridge in the chapelry of Medomsley in the county of Durham
administration granted to William Nicholson son of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A112/1   14 October 1831
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; John TODD, without child or parent, grocer, widower, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to William Todd a brother of the intestate, Robert and George the only other brothers and next of kin having renounced

DPRI/3/1831/A112/2-3   12 October 1831
renunciation; John TODD, without child or parent, grocer, widower, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1831/A113   21 October 1831
administration bond, penal sum £400; John HOGG, shoemaker, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed
administration granted to Jane Clinkskel who before her marriage was the widow & relict of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A114   21 October 1831
administration bond, penal sum £900; Margaret MELROSS, spinster, of New Elvet in the parish of Saint Oswald in the county of Durham
administration granted to George Melross brother of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A115   22 October 1831
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Edward SHOTTON, farmer, of Carr House in the parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham
administration granted to Isabella Shotton the relict

DPRI/3/1831/A116   24 October 1831
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas VICKERS, hosier, haberdasher, bachelor, of Percy Street in the chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to Jane Vickers mother of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A117/1-4   19 October 1831
administration bond, penal sum £10; Elizabeth DAWSON, widow, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to Ralph Park Philipson limited to the intestate's interest in property at Ackwellgate in Gateshead

DPRI/3/1831/A118   29 October 1831
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ann RENTON, widow, of Titlington Mount in the parish of Eglingham in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to George Renton, Elizabeth Chandler and Jane Davison the children of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A119/1-3   24 October 1831
renunciation; Janet BEATTIE, widow, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed
with administration bond, 29 October 1831, penal sum £600
administration granted to William Gillies nephew of the intestate, William Gillies her brother having renounced

DPRI/3/1831/A120   1 November 1831
administration bond, penal sum £600; William CRADOCK, gentleman, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to Roger Dove a creditor of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A121   1 June 1831
administration bond, penal sum £600; Ralph WAKE, master mariner, of Alemouth in the parish of Lesbury in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Ann Wake relict

DPRI/3/1831/A122   2 November 1831
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert WINTER, master mariner, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the county of Durham
administration granted to Mary Winter relict

DPRI/3/1831/A123   2 November 1831
administration bond, penal sum £900; Thomas GREASON, husbandman, bachelor, of Garrablee in the parish of Longhorsley in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to John Greason brother of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A124   12 November 1831
administration bond, penal sum £100; William STOREY, joiner, cabinet-maker, of Shield Row in the chapelry of Tanfield in the county of Durham
administration granted to Jane Storey relict

DPRI/3/1831/A125   12 November 1831
administration bond, penal sum £900; Nicholas WILLEY, farmer, of Great Eppleton in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham
administration granted to Hannah Willey relict

DPRI/3/1831/A126   14 November 1831
administration bond, penal sum £200; Alice TODD, widow, of South shields in the county of Durham
administration granted to Thomas Mofett nephew of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A127/1-7   15 November 1831
administration bond, penal sum £10; Thomas HEDLEY, hardwareman, of Darlington
administration granted to Joseph Radclyffe Wilson limited to the intestate's interest in property at Houghton

DPRI/3/1831/A128   3 November 1831
administration bond, penal sum £400; John ARRES, husbandman, of Kilham in the parish of Kirknewton in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Elizabeth Arres relict

DPRI/3/1831/A129   19 November 1831
administration bond, penal sum £400; Robert ALLISON, farmer, widower, of West Reston in the county of Berwick in North Britain
administration granted to Jane and Helen Simson sisters of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A130/1-3   18 November 1831
administration bond, penal sum £10; George PICKERING, gentleman, formerly of Hexham in the county of Northumberland, but late of Belsay in the parish of Bolam in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Edward Peele imited to the intestate's interest in property at Lowstead in Northunberland

DPRI/3/1831/A131/1-4   22 November 1831
administration bond, penal sum £10; Robert SHERATON, yeoman, of Sedgefield in the county of Durham
administration granted to Francis Sheraton the younger limited to the intestate's interest in property at Coopen Bewley [Cowpen Bewley]

DPRI/3/1831/A132   23 November 1831
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas FENWICK, victualler, of chapelrt of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to Jane Fenwick relict

DPRI/3/1831/A133   28 November 1831
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Ann ATKINSON, spinster, of Blackhall in the parish of Kirkwhelpington in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Jane Atkinson mother of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A134   3 December 1831
administration bond, penal sum £40; William WALTON, joiner, of Stranton in the parish of Stranton in the county of Durham
administration granted to Christiana Walton relict

DPRI/3/1831/A135   7 December 1831
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas WALLER, grocer, publican, of Scotswood in the parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Mary Waller relict

DPRI/3/1831/A136   8 December 1831
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert WILLEY, cordwainer, of Whittonstall in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Elizabeth Willey relict

DPRI/3/1831/A137/1   8 December 1831
administration bond, penal sum £600; Rebecca STEPHENSON, spinster, of Stockton in the county of Durham
administration granted to Margaret Stephenson sister of the intestate, Rebecca Stephenson her mother having renounced

DPRI/3/1831/A137/2-3   7 December 1831
renunciation; Rebecca STEPHENSON, spinster, of Stockton in the county of Durham
renunciation by Rebecca Stephenson mother of the intestate; exhibited, 8 Dec 1831

DPRI/3/1831/A138/1-5   10 December 1831
administration bond, penal sum £10; John HOPPER, gentleman, of Glanton in the parish of Whittingham in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to John Boag limited to the intestate's interest in property at Glanton

DPRI/3/1831/A139   13 December 1831
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; John FATHERLEY, farmer, of Washington in the parish of Washington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1831/A140   13 December 1831
administration bond, penal sum £40; Elizabeth PRESTON, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to John Preston husband of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A141   16 December 1831
administration bond, penal sum £40; George COWPER, shipwright, of South Shields in the county of Durham
administration granted to Susanna Cowper relict

DPRI/3/1831/A142   17 December 1831
administration bond, penal sum £40; William RICHARDSON, mariner, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed
administration granted to Jane Richardson relict

DPRI/3/1831/A143   20 December 1831
administration bond, penal sum £400; Elizabeth STUBBS, formerly Burton widow, of 87 High Street in Sunderland
administration granted to Thomas Stubbs husband of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A144/1-7   20 December 1831
administration bond, penal sum £10; Martin MARSHALL, wheelwright, formerly of Cannongate in the parish of Alnwick in Northumberland, but late of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
grant of administration to William Johnson the younger limited to the intestate's interest in property at Cannongate in or near Alnwick

DPRI/3/1831/A145   22 December 1831
administration bond, penal sum £40; Ann COWPER, spinster, of Sedgefield
administration granted to Elizabeth Paverly, sister of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A146   23 December 1831
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; John BOOTYMAN, mason, bachelor, of Morpeth
administration granted to Hannah Bootyman sister of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A147   28 December 1831
administration bond, penal sum £400; Grace WOOD, widow, of Sunderland
administration granted to Robert Tate a creditor of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A148/1   28 December 1831
administration bond, penal sum £900; William COLLINGWOOD, farmer, widower, of Murton House in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland. Died November 1830
administration granted to Edward Collingwood, son

DPRI/3/1831/A148/2-3   28 December 1831
renunciation; William COLLINGWOOD, farmer, widower, of Murton House in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland. Died November 1830
renunciation of Margaret Stephenson and Jane Collingwood, daughters

DPRI/3/1831/A149   30 December 1831
administration bond, penal sum £600; John MAKEPEACE, yeoman, of Gold Hill in the chapelry of Muggleswick in the county of Durham
administration granted to Joseph Makepeace nephew of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A150   23 December 1831
administration bond, penal sum £900; Jane FATKIN, widow, formerly of Welgill Dykehead in the parish of Alston, but late of Blair in the Shire of Lanark in North Britain
administration granted to Martin Fatkin son of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A151   30 December 1831
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; John PROCTER, farmer, bachelor, of Greensfield in the parish of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to William Procter father of the intestate

DPRI/3/1831/A152   31 December 1831
administration bond, penal sum £600; Frances DUNTZE, widow, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to Henry Ingledew a creditor of the intestate

Will bonds 1831
Reference: DPRI/3/1831/T
DPRI/3/1831/T1   8 February 1824
will bond, penal sum £200; Margaret GIBSON, otherwise Farnington, widow, of Amble in the parish of Warkworth Northumberland. Died 23 March 1830
administration granted to Isabella Richardson, the daughter and universal legatee named in the will, there being no executor named

DPRI/3/1831/T2   20 January 1831
will bond, penal sum £200; Joseph WILSON, mariner, widower, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to William Wilson, the only child; the sole executor Elizabeth Wilson, wife, named in the said will having died in the lifetime of the testator

DPRI/3/1831/T3   8 January 1831
will bond, penal sum £3,000; William BROWN, farmer, of ( Rock ) Lough House in the parish of Embleton in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Margaret Brown, the widow, there being no executor or residuary legatee named in the will

DPRI/3/1831/T4   21 January 1831
will bond, penal sum £600; Thomas HUNTLEY, surgeon, of Prospect place in the county of Northumberland
administration and guardian granted to John Brown, the father of the residuary legatees, being minors; Isabella Ocheltrie, widow, the daughter and sole executor and residuary legatee for life having died without taking up probate and execution of the will

DPRI/3/1831/T5   6 May 1831
will bond, penal sum £200; William LAMBERT, innkeeper, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
administration granted to Matthew Lambert, father and guardian to the residuary legatee, a minor; Elizabeth Lambert wife and sole executor named having died during the lifetime of the testator

DPRI/3/1831/T6   9 March 1831
will bond, penal sum £200; Jane WANLESS, widow, formerly of South Shields in the county of Durham, late of Elswick lane in the chapelry of Saint John in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Mark Jobson, the universal legatee; there being no executor named

DPRI/3/1831/T7/1-8   28 April 1831
administration bond, penal sum £10; Thomas BATES, D.D., clerk, of Whalton in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Ralph Walters limited to the testator's interest in property at Greencroft

DPRI/3/1831/T8   11 July 1831
will bond, penal sum £200; Peter ROBINSON, shopkeeper, of Sherburn in the parish of Pittington Hallgarth in the county of Durham
administration granted to Margaret Robinson, widow, residuary legatee there being no executor named

DPRI/3/1831/T9   1 July 1831
will bond, penal sum £600; William HADDOCK, ironmonger, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
administration granted to Jane Haddock, widow and residuary legatee during her widowhood; John Beecroft the surviving executor having renounced

DPRI/3/1831/T10   25 June 1831
will bond, penal sum £600; Thomas NIMMO, the elder, free porter, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to Richard Errington the sole executor of Thomas Nimmo the younger, son and sole executor now deceased

DPRI/3/1831/T11   28 May 1831
will bond, penal sum £200; Margaret WARDELL, widow, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham. Died 6 March 1825
administration granted to John Crawforth Wardell and Margaret Ridley the only children, there being no executor or residuary legatee named

DPRI/3/1831/T12/1-2   9 May 1831
will bond; Samuel BENNETT, of Team Iron works in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham
with certificate of the share and interest of the deceased depositor in the Saving Bank, Newcastle, penal sum £100
administration granted to Mary Bennett, widow, relict and universal legatee there being no executor named

DPRI/3/1831/T13   4 June 1831
will bond, penal sum £3,000; Matthew RIDLEY, publican, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to Ann Ridley, the relict and universal legatee; no executor having been named

DPRI/3/1831/T14   29 September 1831
will bond, penal sum £1,200; Jonathan SMITH, painter, glazier, of Ouseburn near Newcastle upon Tyne. Died August 1818
administration granted to Hannah Smith, spinster, and George Embleton Smith, children of the deceased; the executors having either died or refused to act, and the relict and universal legatee for life having died

DPRI/3/1831/T15   23 August 1831
will bond, penal sum £400; Lancelot PESCOD, coal-agent, of Dunston
administration with the will annexed granted to Eleanor Pescod, the relict and residuary legatee; no executor having been named

DPRI/3/1831/T16/1-6   3 September 1831
will bond, penal sum £10; George LAKE, esquire, formerly of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne, late of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland. Died 14 June 1809
grant of administration to Joseph Bainbridge limited to the testator's interest in property at Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1831/T17   13 August 1831
will bond, penal sum £100; John WATSON, yeoman, of Ling Rigg in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to George Watson the son and one of the next of kin; Shele Watson sole executor and residuary legatee having died in the lifetime of her husband

DPRI/3/1831/T18   8 July 1831
will bond, penal sum £200; Robert HUNTER, shoemaker, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted, 15th July 1831, to Sarah Hunter the relict and universal legatee; no executor having been named

DPRI/3/1831/T19   26 July 1831
will bond, penal sum £18,000; John TURNBULL, farmer, of Castlehills within the liberties of the Borough of Berwick upon Tweed. Died 11 February 1831
administration with the will and codicil annexed granted to Eleanor Turnbull, relict and residuary legatee for life; William Willoby and Hugh Bertram Askew esquire having renounced

DPRI/3/1831/T20   3 November 1831
will bond, penal sum £3,000; Thomas SCOTT, ship-owner, of Milburne place near North Shields in the county of Northumberland. Died 21 September 1831
administration with the will annexed granted to Margaret Scott, spinster and daughter and residuary legatee; John Fenwick and Alexander Rufsell renounced probate and execution

DPRI/3/1831/T21   24 September 1831
will bond, penal sum £2,000; William JOHNSTON, gentleman, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will and codicil annexed granted to Ann Johnston, relict and universal legatee; George Lawson, George Lawson the younger, Stephen Watson and Thomas Chator (Cheator) having renounced probate and execution

DPRI/3/1831/T22   20 August 1831
will bond, penal sum £900; John LOGAN, farmer, of Cornhill East Field in the chapelry of Cornhill and parish of Norham
administration with the will annexed granted, 17th October 1831, to John Logan, residuary legatee; James Brown, John Jamieson and George Manderson having renounced probate and execution

DPRI/3/1831/T23   14 October 1831
will bond, penal sum £600; Robert MARSHALL, draper, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland. Died 9 August 1830
administration with the will and codicil annexed granted to Mary Marshall, spinster, daughter and only next of kin of age; Margaret Marshall testator's wife died during the life of the testator; Doctor John Robb the surviving executor renounced; Jane Marshall, spinster, Joseph and John Marshall children and only other next of kin being minors

DPRI/3/1831/T24   12 November 1831
will bond, penal sum £400; Matthew COOK, of New Norfolk street in the parish of Saint Georges Hanover square in the county of Middlesex. Died 28 December 1810
administration with the will annexed granted to Martha Morgan, daughter one of the next of kin; Hannah Cook the relict survived but since deceased, Elizabeth Falks the only other next of kin renounced

DPRI/3/1831/T25   16 December 1831
will bond, penal sum £200; James STORY, farmer, of Earsdon in the parish of Earsdon and county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted William Story, son and universal legatee; no executor named in the will

Administration bonds 1832
Reference: DPRI/3/1832/A
DPRI/3/1832/A1   5 January 1832
administration bond, penal sum £40; John RICHARDSON, publican, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A2   6 January 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; Michael ELLIOTT, gardener, widower, of Bywell in the parish of Bywell Saint Peter in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A3   7 January 1832
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; George ARKLESS, colliery viewer, of Heworth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A4   10 January 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann OLIVER, spinster, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A5   10 January 1832
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; John BECK, grocer, of the Chapelry of Saint Andrew in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
estate re-valued at £600

DPRI/3/1832/A6   14 January 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; Jane TADDY, widow, of Chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A7   14 January 1832
administration bond, penal sum £14,000; John VARDY, gentleman, of Fenton in the parish of Wooler in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A8/1-7   11 January 1832
administration bond, penal sum £10; Richard ROBSON, gentleman, Formerly of Cottonshope in the county of Northumberland, but late of the parish of Alnwick in the same county
grant of administration to William Jobson, limited to the intestate's interest in property at Heatherwood, otherwise Hatherwood in Risdale, alias Reesdale, in the parish of Elsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A9   17 January 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; James GALLOWAY, leather factor, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A10   9 January 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; William RIPPON, master mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A11   19 January 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; Peter MCARTHUR, bookbinder, widower, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A12   21 January 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; John VEATCH, schoolmaster, of Walbottle in the parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A13   12 January 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas WATSON, farmer, of East White Hill in the parish of Kirkwhelpington in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A14   23 January 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas DAVIDSON, master mariner, of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A15   23 January 1832
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; William PETERS, esquire, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A16   24 January 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; John MOWBRAY, draper, tailor, of Grunhead in the chapelry of Shotley in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A17   26 January 1832
administration bond, penal sum £900; Thomas STEWART, ship-owner, bachelor, of Chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A18   18 January 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; George STOREY, labourer, of Formerly of Gosforth but late of Killingworth White House in the parish of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A19   28 January 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; John ARMSTRONG, shoemaker, of Downs Lane Hetton in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A20   25 January 1832
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; James RAINE, farmer, of Morton Tinmouth in the parish of Gainford in the county of Durham
estate re-valued at £1,500

DPRI/3/1832/A21   31 January 1832
administration bond, penal sum £600; Isabel BILTON, widow, of Shotton Edge in the parish of Stannington in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A22   1 February 1832
administration bond, penal sum £600; Margaret GLEDSTAIN, spinster, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A23/1   1 February 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; William RICHARDSON, blacksmith, of Longwitton in the parish of Hartburn in the county of Northumberland. Died 1 November 1816

DPRI/3/1832/A23/2-4   21 January 1832
renunciation; William RICHARDSON, blacksmith, of Longwitton in the parish of Hartburn in the county of Northumberland. Died 1 November 1816
renunciation of Edward Richardson, Matthew Richardson, Bridget Peacock widow, Dorothy Richardson spinster, Elizabeth wife of John Anderson, the children and only next of kin, Dorothy Richardson, the widow of the deceased, having died without taking out Administration; exhibited 25 Jan 1832.

DPRI/3/1832/A24   14 January 1832
administration bond, penal sum £900; Thomas BROWN, tailor, of Hartley in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A25   27 January 1832
administration bond, penal sum £100; Frederick HENZELL, master mariner, of Plymouth in the county of Devon

DPRI/3/1832/A26   8 February 1832
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Matthew MIDDLEBROOK, ship-owner, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A27   8 February 1832
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Elizabeth GIBSON, spinster, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A28   8 February 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert SPOTSWOOD, master mariner, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A29   9 February 1832
administration bond, penal sum £100; Mary JOBLING, spinster, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A30   13 February 1832
administration bond, penal sum £100; Isabella FAIRBAIRN, widow, of Chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A31   2 February 1832
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Gilbert DODD, gentleman, bachelor, of Catcleugh in the parish of Elsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A32   14 February 1832
administration bond, penal sum £600; Thomas ELLIOTT, master mariner, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A33/1-2   10 February 1832
administration bond; John EBDELL, clerk, bachelor, of Cornhill in the county of Durham [recte Northumberland]
with certificate of oath, 10 February 1832, penal sum £200

DPRI/3/1832/A34/1   15 February 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; John BURN, husbandman, widower, of Garrett Lee in the parish of Longhorsley in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A34/2-3   2 February 1832
renunciation; John BURN, husbandman, widower, of Garrett Lee in the parish of Longhorsley in the county of Northumberland
renunciation of Thomas, Margaret, Dorothy, Mary, Jane Burn, the children and the only other next of kin; exhibited, 9 Feb 1832

DPRI/3/1832/A35   10 February 1832
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Henry RICKABY, linen-draper, widower, of Darlington in the county of Durham
Estate re-valued.

DPRI/3/1832/A36   13 February 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann FENNEY, spinster, of Cockerton in the parish of Darlington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A37   15 February 1832
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; William MAUGHAM, clerk, of South Shields in the county of Durham
with note of further administration for goods left unadministered in (?) 1859

DPRI/3/1832/A38   21 February 1832
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Ralph FORSTER, gentleman, bachelor, of Sedgefield in the parish of Sedgefield in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A39   20 February 1832
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Thomas CRAWFORD, farmer, bachelor, of South Farm in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A40   22 February 1832
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Joanna RICHMOND, spinster, of Humshaugh in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A41   29 February 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; James MILLS, publican, of Belford in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A42   29 February 1832
administration bond, penal sum £100; Mary MILLS, widow, of Belford in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A43   29 February 1832
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Jane CARRUTHERS, nee Dobson, spinster, of Sunderland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A44   1 March 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; Benjamin HAYLINGS, publican, of Chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A45   3 March 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; Jane THOMPSON, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A46   5 March 1832
administration bond, penal sum £600; Margaret IRWIN, widow, of Forth Terrace without the walls but within the liberties of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A47   2 March 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; John CHARLTON, farmer, widower, of Sinelwood in the parish of Corbridge in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A48   2 March 1832
administration bond, penal sum £600; Thomas Richardson HARRISON, master mariner, bachelor, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A49   6 March 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; Eleanor WIGHAM, nee Pigg, spinster, of Parish of Bolam in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A50   7 March 1832
administration bond, penal sum £100; Margaret BRACK, nee Sanderson, spinster, of Benwell Hill in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A51   8 March 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; John DIXON, crown-glass cutter, of East Ballast Hills without the walls but within the liberties of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A52   9 March 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; Henry PIGG, yeoman, of Monkseaton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A53   6 March 1832
administration bond, penal sum £100; John SHOTTON, block-maker, mast-maker, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A54   7 March 1832
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Simon DODD, gentleman, bachelor, of Cornhills in the parish of Kirkwhelpington in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A55   10 March 1832
administration bond, penal sum £600; John NAYLOR, master sinker, of Gosforth colliery in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A56   5 March 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas BROWNLEY, mariner, widower, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A57   16 March 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; John HALL, mariner, of Cowpen in the chapelry of Horton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A58   19 March 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; Charles PIGG, yeoman, of Rock Moor House in the parish of Embleton in the county of northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A59   19 March 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; Jane ENGLISH, nee Pigg, widow, of Whitley in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A60   19 March 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ann PRATT, widow, of Postern Gate Walls in the town and county of Kingston upon Hull but late of East Hartburn in the parish of Stockton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A61   17 March 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas MARTINDALE, farmer, of Cocklake in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A62   16 March 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; John DIXON, baker, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A63   22 March 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; Joseph RAND, wherryman, bachelor, of Leamington in the parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A64   28 March 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; James MORRISON, baker, of Bedlington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A65   30 March 1832
administration bond, penal sum £100; Thomas HALL, grocer, of Sunderland in the parish of Sunderland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A66   4 April 1832
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Barbara GRIEVESON, nee Carr, of Town and county of Newcastle

DPRI/3/1832/A67   4 April 1832
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Sarah CARR, spinster, of Parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A68   4 April 1832
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Frances CARR, spinster, of Chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A69   4 April 1832
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; John CARR, agent, bachelor, of Chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A70   4 April 1832
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Susannah CARR, spinster, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A71   24 March 1832
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; John KEENLYSIDE, gentleman, bachelor, of Chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A72   7 April 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; Jane PARKER, spinster, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A73   9 April 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; William HEMSLEY, shipmaster, of Byker Bar in the chapelry of All Saints in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A74   4 April 1832
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Robert GIBSON, miller, of Alnwick Abbey Mill in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A75   10 April 1832
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Ann BARKER, of Shawdon Hill in the parish of Whittingham in the county of Northumberland. Died 15 March 1832
administration granted to Rashell Barker, husband

DPRI/3/1832/A76   10 April 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; John COLLINGWOOD, tanner, widower, of Low Lights in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A77   11 April 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas MORRIS, master mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A78   13 April 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; Alexander MILLER, schoolmaster, bachelor, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A79/1   9 April 1832
administration bond, penal sum £100; John GUY, of Harlow Hill in the parish of Ovingham in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A79/2   undated
certificate of estate value; John GUY, of Harlow Hill in the parish of Ovingham in the county of Northumberland
depositor certificate from Newcastle upon Tyne Savings Bank

DPRI/3/1832/A80   16 April 1832
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Mary SUNDERLAND, widow, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A81   18 April 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; Richard THOMPSON, publican, of Sandgate without the walls but within the liberties of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A82   14 April 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas BURN, schoolmaster, bachelor, of Traffalgar Street in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A83   14 April 1832
administration bond, penal sum £900; Thomas OSTENS, farmer, bachelor, of Fleatham in the parish of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A84   4 May 1832
administration bond, penal sum £100; William WILLIS, tailor, of Stockton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A85   14 April 1832
administration bond, penal sum £600; John ALLASON, publican, of Ponteland in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A86   27 April 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas TATE, cattle driver, of Rochester in the parish of Elsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A87   14 February 1832
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; John COCKBURN, grocer, bachelor, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1832/A88   30 April 1832
administration bond, penal sum £100; Elizabeth LISHMAN, widow, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A89   7 May 1832
administration bond, penal sum £600; James BROMFIELD, weaver, widower, of Belford in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A90/1   24 April 1832
administration bond, penal sum £100; Abraham Brown WHITLEY, tobacconist, widower, formerly of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne, but late of Rothbury in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A90/2-3   24 April 1832
certificate of oath; Abraham Brown WHITLEY, tobacconist, widower, formerly of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne, but late of Rothbury in the county of Northumberland
reply from Canterbury to Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A90/4-5   19 March 1832
letter of request; Abraham Brown WHITLEY, tobacconist, widower, formerly of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne, but late of Rothbury in the county of Northumberland
request from Durham to Canterbury to take oath

DPRI/3/1832/A91/1   12 May 1832
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; John WAUGH, cooper, bachelor, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed. Died 5 January 1832
administration granted to William Waugh, brother

DPRI/3/1832/A91/2-3   10 May 1832
renunciation; John WAUGH, cooper, bachelor, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed. Died 5 January 1832
renunciation of Thomas Waugh, James Hay Waugh, George Waugh, Margaret Home (nee Waugh), Mary Easton Underwood (nee Waugh) widow, Eliza Waugh spinster, the brothers and sisters of the intestate. Exhibited, 12 May 1832.

DPRI/3/1832/A91/4-5   10 May 1832
renunciation; John WAUGH, cooper, bachelor, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed. Died 5 January 1832
renunciation of Mary Waugh widow, mother of the intestate. Exhibited, 12 May 1832.

DPRI/3/1832/A92   23 April 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas BRASS, joiner, of Ingleton in the parish of Staindrop in the county of Durham
Administration granted to Elizabeth Nesham heretofore the widow and relict.

DPRI/3/1832/A93   16 May 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann ROBINSON, widow, of East Woodburn in the parish of Corsenside in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A94   12 May 1832
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Matthew POTTS, the elder, countryman, gentleman, formerly of Castle Eden in the county of Durham, late of Kenton in the chapelry of Gosforth in the county of Northumberland. Died 1832
Noted as null and void, see will

DPRI/3/1832/A95   7 May 1832
administration bond, penal sum £8,000; William WRIGHT, shipbuilder, bachelor, of North shore without the walls but within the liberties of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A96   2 May 1832
administration bond, penal sum £600; Hodgson BOUSFIELD, blacksmith, of Dent Gate in the township of Marwood in the chapelry of Barnard Castle in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A97/1-2   undated
certificate of estate value; George DIXON, rope-maker, of Killingworth West Moor in the parish of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland
with administration bond, 28 May 1832, penal sum £100
Dixon was a depositor in Newcastle upon Tyne Savings Bank

DPRI/3/1832/A98   30 May 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; Mary BELL, widow, of High Moorsley in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A99   31 May 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; Elizabeth Isabella CHARNLEY, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A100   2 June 1831
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; John WATSON, viewer of collieries, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A101/1-2   undated
certificate of estate value; William CARRUTHERS, of Ouse Street in the chapelry of All Saints without the walls but within the liberties of Newcastle upon Tyne
with administration bond, 2 June 1832, penal sum £100
Carruthers was a depositor in the Newcastle upon Tyne Savings Bank

DPRI/3/1832/A102   7 June 1832
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Robert TALINTYRE, currier, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A103   8 June 1832
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Richard BURDON, esquire, bachelor, of Shield Field in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A104   12 June 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; Robert KNOX, bachelor, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A105/1   13 June 1832
administration bond, penal sum £600; Thomas PATTISON, cordwainer, widower, of Belsay in the parish of Bolam in the county of Northumberland
administration granted Thomas Pattison, son

DPRI/3/1832/A105/2-3   28 May 1832
renunciation; Thomas PATTISON, cordwainer, widower, of Belsay in the parish of Bolam in the county of Northumberland
renunciation of Susannah Kell, nee Pattison, daughter of the intestate; exhibited 2 June 1832.

DPRI/3/1832/A106   16 June 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; Joseph GREENSHIELDS, farmer, of Catley Hill in the township of Fishburn and parish of Sedgefield in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A107   18 June 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; Elizabeth MAUDLIN, widow, of Picktree Bank Head in the parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A108   18 June 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; George MAUDLING, husbandman, yeoman, of Pit-hill in the parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham. Died 1832
Decreed null and void.

DPRI/3/1832/A109   18 June 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; John SADLER, of East Ballast Hills near Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A110   25 June 1832
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Henry GREY, farmer, of Longhoughton Low Stead in the parish of Longhoughton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A111   30 June 1832
administration bond, penal sum £500; Walter SCOTT, esquire, of Stamfordham in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A112   5 July 1832
administration bond, penal sum £100; John BINNEY, joiner, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A113   4 July 1832
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; William GRAHAM, carrier, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A114   10 July 1832
administration bond, penal sum £600; Robert PATTISON, the elder, farmer, of Raisby House in the parish of Kelloe in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A115   22 June 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; Peter GILCHRIST, fisherman, bachelor, of Norham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A116   3 July 1832
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Matthew MIDDLEBROOK, ship-owner, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
Administration granted to John Ritson and Mary Ann Hudson, executors of Mary Middlebrook, relict and administratrix.

DPRI/3/1832/A117   3 July 1832
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Elizabeth GIBSON, spinster, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
Administration granted to John Ritson and Mary Ann Hudson, executors of Mary Middlebrook, widow and executrix.

DPRI/3/1832/A118   12 July 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ann ARMORER, spinster, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1832/A119/1-3   14 July 1832
administration bond; Timothy POLLOCK, innkeeper, Rose Hill in the parish of Wallsend in the county of Northumberland, late of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
with certificate of oath, 14 July 1832, penal sum £40
Administration granted to Timothy Pollock, son; Jean Pollock, relict and administratrix having died. With reply to letter of request (not present) from Canterbury to Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A120   16 July 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; Jane BURN, without parent, spinster, of Tweedmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A121/1-4   29 May 1832
administration bond, penal sum £10; Edward WILLOBY, gentleman, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed
grant of administration to William Willoby, limited to the intestate's interest in property at Squires Barns at Berwick-upon-Tweed

DPRI/3/1832/A122/1-4   20 July 1832
administration bond, penal sum £40; Robert NICHOLSON, mariner, bachelor, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
with affidavit, 26 July 1832

DPRI/3/1832/A123   26 July 1832
administration bond, penal sum £100; John HINDMARSH, painter, glazier, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A124   29 July 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; Henry WOODIFIELD, publican, of Wide Open in the parish of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A125   30 July 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; Elizabeth COATS, otherwise Coates, spinster, of Hurworth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A126   1 August 1832
administration bond, penal sum £600; Alexander HAMILTON, master mariner, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A127   1 August 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; William BELL, husbandman, of Chirton in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A128   4 August 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; William WETHERALL, joiner, cabinet-maker, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A129   4 August 1832
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Thomas CARMICHAEL, corn-merchant, formerly of the Borough of Berwick upon Tweed, but late of Long Newton in the county of Roxburgh in North Britain

DPRI/3/1832/A130/1-4   18 July 1832
administration bond, penal sum £100; John WILSON, joiner, cartwright, of Wingates in the parish of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland. Died 14 April 1831
with renunciation, 20 March 1832
renunciation of Margaret Wilson, wife, John Wilson, son, and Robert Wilson, James Wilson, Mary Scott nee Wilson, Margaret Young nee Wilson; exhibited 25 Apr 1832

DPRI/3/1832/A131   24 July 1832
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Robert CLARK, farmer, of Barmoor ( Baremoor ) in the parish of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A132/1-3   8 August 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; Mary BATTY, spinster, of Harlow Hill in the parish of Ovingham in the county of Northumberland. Died 5 July 1830
with renunciation, 28 July 1832
renunciation of Thomas Batty, father, nominating James and Robert Batty two of the brothers of the intestate; exhibited 31 July 1832.

DPRI/3/1832/A133/1-4   31 July 1832
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Shallett DALE, without parent, gentleman, bachelor, of Rennington in the county of Northumberland. Died 23 December 1831
with renunciation, 31 July 1832
renunciation of John Dale, Dinah Dale, Dorothy Maria Dale, Susanna Hewson nee Dale and Frances Brewster nee Dale, brother and sisters; exhibited 31 July 1832.

DPRI/3/1832/A134   15 February 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; Margaret SANDERSON, spinster, of Belford in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A135   15 August 1832
administration bond, penal sum £10; Hannah BROWN, spinster, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1832/A136   16 August 1832
administration bond, penal sum £900; Elizabeth PALLISTER, spinster, of Byker Buildings in the parish or parochial chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A137   16 August 1832
administration bond, penal sum £900; George STRAUGHAN, ship-owner, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A138   14 August 1832
administration bond, penal sum £100; Francis VICKERS, farmer, of Peasemyres in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A139   21 August 1832
administration bond, penal sum £600; Eneas MACKENZIE, printer, publisher, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A140   27 August 1832
administration bond, penal sum £900; Joseph HUDSON, flax-dresser, widower, of Stockton in the county of Durham. Died 11 August 1832

DPRI/3/1832/A141   27 August 1832
administration bond, penal sum £600; Susannah ROBSON, widow, of Wooler in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A142   30 August 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; Mary DOBINSON, widow, of Chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A143/1-2   8 September 1832
administration bond, penal sum £100; Jane ADAMS, spinster, of Chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
with certificate of estate value, undated

DPRI/3/1832/A144   29 August 1832
administration bond, penal sum £40; Thomas SUMMERS, sailor, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A145   15 September 1832
administration bond, penal sum £900; Thomas WILKINSON, ship-owner, of Stockton upon Tees in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A146   21 September 1832
administration bond, penal sum £40; Robert ETHERINGTON, without parent, coach-painter, bachelor, of Chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A147   10 September 1832
administration bond, penal sum £900; Thomas GOULDING, bread-baker, of Hartlepool in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A148   10 September 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas WEIGHTMAN, customs officer, widower, of Hartlepool in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A149/1-4   22 September 1832
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; George CARR, farmer, of Boulmer in the parish of Longhoughton in the county of Northumberland. Died 9 November 1824
with renunciation, 18 September 1832
renunciation of Maria Frances Carr, relict, Mary Ann Carr, Thomas Carr and Maria Carr, children; exhibited 22 Sep 1832.

DPRI/3/1832/A150   12 September 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; Isabella STEPHENSON, without parent, spinster, Formerly of Swalwell in the parish of Whickham in the county of Durham , but late of Orchard Street in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A151   27 September 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; Frances CHAPMAN, without parents, spinster, of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A152   1 October 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; William HUME, ship-owner, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A153   2 October 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; Robert WILKIE, miller, of Gilesgate in or near the City of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A154/1   3 October 1832
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; John LOWES, excise officer, of Chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 4 August 1832

DPRI/3/1832/A154/2-4   3 October 1832
proxy of consent; John LOWES, excise officer, of Chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 4 August 1832
Elizabeth Lowes, relict, requests administration be granted conjointly to herself and her children Christopher and Ann Lowes the only next of kin above the age of twenty one years; exhibited 3 Oct 1832.

DPRI/3/1832/A155   5 October 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; William ARMSTRONG, labourer, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A156   6 October 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; Marks HAMILTON, master mariner, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A157   8 October 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; Andrew BOWLT, boat-builder, of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A158   9 October 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; William BOWES, grocer, draper, of Cockfield in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A159   13 October 1832
administration bond, penal sum £100; Joseph DALKIN, of Westgate in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A160   22 October 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas BANKS, quarryman, of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A161   26 October 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; James COOPER, without children, shipwright, widower, of Sunderland near the sea in the parish of Sunderland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A162   13 October 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; Helen SIMSON, of Chirnside in the county of Berwick in North Britain

DPRI/3/1832/A163/1   26 October 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; Mary HOPPER, spinster, of Old Axwell in the parish of Whickham in the county of Durham. Died 4 July 1832

DPRI/3/1832/A163/2-4   20 October 1832
renunciation; Mary HOPPER, spinster, of Old Axwell in the parish of Whickham in the county of Durham. Died 4 July 1832
renunciation of Ann Hopper mother, widow, Peter and John and Martha Hopper and Ann Dauby (nee Hopper) brothers and sisters; exhibited 20 Oct 1832

DPRI/3/1832/A164   31 October 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann AIREY, of Chapelry of Saint Andrews in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A165   23 October 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; Eleanor BUSTON, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A166   31 October 1832
administration bond, penal sum £600; Thomas MOSES, blacksmith, of Hebburn in the parish of Jarrow in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A167/1   31 October 1832
administration bond, penal sum £100; William MURTON, husbandman, of Monkseaton in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A167/2   undated
certificate of estate value; William MURTON, husbandman, of Monkseaton in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
certificate of Share and Interest, Saving Bank, Newcastle

DPRI/3/1832/A168   31 October 1832
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; John TROTTER, farmer, of High Tunstall in the parish of Hart in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A169   2 November 1832
administration bond, penal sum £100; Henry MITCHELSON, grocer, flour dealer, of Easington Lane in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A170/1   3 November 1832
administration bond; John TODD, without child or parent, grocer, widower, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to George Todd, brother, William Todd the former administrator having died and George Todd having retracted his former renunciation

DPRI/3/1832/A170/2-3   29 October 1832
retraction of renunciation; John TODD, without child or parent, grocer, widower, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A171   7 November 1832
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Edward HENDERSON, master mariner, of Jesmond in the chapelry of Saint Andrew Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A172   13 November 1832
administration bond, penal sum £600; Ann HOLBURN, widow, of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A173   12 November 1832
administration bond, penal sum £100; Stephen DIXON, labourer, widower, of Chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A174   13 November 1832
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Jared WATSON, farmer, of Cromwell in the parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A175   12 November 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann LOWES, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A176   15 November 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; Elizabeth TATE, spinster, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A177/1   15 November 1832
administration bond, penal sum £900; Andrew HOLBURN, yeoman, widower, of Glanton in the parish of Whittingham in the county of Northumberland. Died 31 July 1832

DPRI/3/1832/A177/2-4   15 November 1832
renunciation; Andrew HOLBURN, yeoman, widower, of Glanton in the parish of Whittingham in the county of Northumberland. Died 31 July 1832
renunciation of Dorothy Holburn, spinster and one of the daughters; exhibited, 15 Nov 1832

DPRI/3/1832/A178   9 November 1832
administration bond, penal sum £100; Robert DAVISON, fisherman, pilot, of Hartlepool in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A179   20 November 1832
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Ann SANDERSON, without parents, brother or sister, spinster, of Sunderland near the sea in the parish of Sunderland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A180   21 November 1832
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; William BELL, hatter, of Darlington on the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A181   12 November 1832
administration bond, 21 November 1832; Sarah MARCH, wife of Christopher March, shipwright, of the Chapelry of Saint John in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
Joseph March and Isaac Egloan, grandsons granted administration; Isaac March the son and administrator having died leaving the estate unadministered

DPRI/3/1832/A182   22 November 1832
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; William YOUNG, ship-owner, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A183   23 November 1832
administration bond, penal sum £20; John FLETCHER, stonemason, widower, of Hartlepool in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A184   23 November 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; William DAVISON, fisherman, of Hartlepool in the chapelry of Hartlepool in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A185   28 November 1832
administration bond, penal sum £900; Helen WILSON, widow, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1832/A186   29 November 1832
administration bond, penal sum £600; Isabella DAY, wife of Richard Day, master mariner, of Chapelry of All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland
administration granted to Richard Day, husband; Margaret Richardson having died leaving the estate unadministered

DPRI/3/1832/A187   12 November 1832
administration bond, penal sum £900; John TAYLOR, yeoman, of Preston-le-Skerne in the parish of Aycliffe in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A188   29 November 1832
administration bond, penal sum £100; James STOREY, gentleman, bachelor, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A189   29 November 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; John GRAY, shoemaker, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A190   29 November 1832
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; John WHITE, the younger, farmer, of Hope House in the parish of Heighington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A191   4 December 1832
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; William SPEEDING, ship-owner, brewer, publican, cooper, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A192   4 August 1832
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; John COVERDALE, grocer, druggist, of Hartlepool in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A193   5 December 1832
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas BROWN, husbandman, bachelor, of East Thriston in the parish of Felton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A194   8 December 1832
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Richard Carr BELOUGH, house-carpenter, of Chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A195   7 December 1832
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; George RIDLEY, ship-owner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A196   8 December 1832
administration bond, penal sum £600; John SURTEES, farmer, of Ham House in the parish of Ponteland in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A197   12 December 1832
administration bond, penal sum £900; George SMITH, farmer, bachelor, of Plessey New Houses in the parish of Stannington in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A198/1   14 December 1832
administration bond, penal sum £40; William HALL, sinker, of Pittington in the parish of Pittington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A198/2   14 December 1832
curation bond, penal sum £40; William HALL, sinker, of Pittington in the parish of Pittington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A199   17 December 1832
administration bond, penal sum £900; Joseph COLLING, miner, of West Black Dean in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A200   18 December 1832
administration bond, penal sum £100; Mary SUMMERVILLE, widow, of Grandallies Office in the parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A201   20 December 1832
administration bond, penal sum £8,000; Elizabeth JOBSON, spinster, of Parish of Wooler in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A202   26 December 1832
administration bond, penal sum £40; Jane CORNER, formerly Jane Ross, widow, late wife of Thomas Corner, deceased, of Greatham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1832/A203   26 December 1832
administration bond, penal sum £900; John ROBSON, yeoman, of Slaley in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A204   20 December 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ann ELLISON, widow, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A205   27 December 1832
administration bond, penal sum £600; John FALCUS, joiner, house-carpenter, bachelor, of Ouseburn near the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1832/A206   29 December 1832
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; George BELL, farmer, of Houghton in the parish of Heddon on the wall in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/A207   31 December 1832
administration bond, penal sum £600; Stephen CROSTHWAITE, ship-owner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

Will bonds 1832
Reference: DPRI/3/1832/T
DPRI/3/1832/T1   19 January 1832
will bond, penal sum £400; Isabella ROBSON, spinster, of Harlow Green in the chapelry of Lamesley in the county of Durham. Died 1832
administration with the will annexed granted to the mother and universal legatee, the sole executor having died.

DPRI/3/1832/T2   26 January 1832
will bond, penal sum £40; Ann HUTCHINSON, widow, of New Elvet in the city of Durham. Died 1832
administration with the will annexed granted to Isabella Hutton, niece and legatee; the sole executor and residuary legatee having died without executing probate.

DPRI/3/1832/T3   11 January 1832
will bond, penal sum £600; Elizabeth KELL, spinster, of Gateshead in the county of Durham. Died 1832
administration with the will annexed granted to sister and universal legatee; there being no executor named.

DPRI/3/1832/T4   26 January 1832
will bond, penal sum £400; John STEPHENSON, farmer, of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland. Died 1832
administration with the draft will annexed granted to Mary Stephenson, sole executrix, limited until a more authentic copy of the will can be brought to the Court.

DPRI/3/1832/T5   3 February 1832
will bond, penal sum £900; Charles ROCHESTER, yeoman, of Alnwick Moor House in the parish of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland. Died 1832
administration with the will annexed granted to nephew and a residuary legatee; James Russell and Thomas Turner, executors, having died and the residuary legatee having renounced.

DPRI/3/1832/T6   28 February 1832
will bond, penal sum £40; John PIPER, esquire, of Edinburgh. Died 1832
administration with the will annexed granted to widow and administratrix; no executor having been named.

DPRI/3/1832/T7/1-4   31 May 1832
will bond, penal sum £10; Edward ANDERSON, esquire, of Glanton in the parish of Whittingham in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to William Johnson (the younger) limited to the testator's interest in property at Broxfield

DPRI/3/1832/T8   12 April 1832
will bond, penal sum £200; William ROBINSON, of Tonepit House in the parish of Chollerton in the county of Northumberland. Died 1832
administration with the will annexed granted to John Robinson, son and surviving residuary legatee substituted; there being no executor named and the widow and other son having died.

DPRI/3/1832/T9   23 April 1832
will bond, penal sum £400; John HODGSON, miner, of Irestone in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham. Died 1832
administration with the will annexed granted to widow and administratrix; no executor having been named.

DPRI/3/1832/T10   30 April 1832
will bond, penal sum £1,200; John WILKINSON, gentleman, of Stresholme in the parish of Darlington in the county of Durham. Died 1832
administration with the will annexed granted to Sarah Willkinson, sister and one of the next of kin; the wife of the testator and sole executrix and universal legatee having died in the lifetime of her husband and the sister and only other next of kin having renounced.

DPRI/3/1832/T11   6 April 1832
will bond, penal sum £200; William MILLER, husband of Mary Miller, viewer, of Pit-hill or Beamish South Moor in the parish of Chester-le-Street in the county of Durham. Died 1832
administration with the will annexed granted to widow and universal legatee; no executor having been named.

DPRI/3/1832/T12   7 April 1832
will bond, penal sum £2,000; Elizabeth SELLERS, widow, of Sandgate in the chapelry of All Saints in the town of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 1832
administration with the will annexed granted to John Sellers, surviving residuary legatee; Jonas Sellers, the sole executor and other residuary legatee having died in the lifetime of the testatrix.

DPRI/3/1832/T13/1-4   30 April 1832
will bond, penal sum £10; John WILSON, esquire, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland. Died 1821
grant of administration to Henry Brummell limited to the testator's interest in property known as the Queens Head Inn, Morpeth

DPRI/3/1832/T14   20 March 1832
will bond, penal sum £400; Margaret BROWN, widow, of Norton in the county of Durham. Died 21 February 1831
administration with the will annexed granted to John Wilson, only legatee; there being neither executor or residuary legatee named.

DPRI/3/1832/T15   6 July 1832
will bond, penal sum £2,000; Robert CHATER, husband of Elizabeth Chater, farmer, of Monkseaton in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland. Died 26 September 1831
administration with a copy of the will annexed granted to Mary Chater and Henry Chater, the executors named; limited until the original or a more authentic copy can be brought.

DPRI/3/1832/T16   4 July 1832
will bond, penal sum £400; John CRAIG, mariner, of Neshams Square in the parish of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham. Died 1832
administration with the will annexed granted to widow and universal legatee; the sole executor having died in the lifetime of the testator.

DPRI/3/1832/T17   19 March 1832
will bond, penal sum £400; Henry STOREY, farmer, of Knox New House in the parish of Rothbury in the county of Northumberland. Died 1832
administration with the will annexed granted to widow and administratrix, no executor or residuary legatee having been named.

DPRI/3/1832/T18   9 July 1832
will bond, penal sum £4,000; Ann DENT, spinster, of Shortflat in the parish of Bolam in the county of Northumberland. Died 1832
administration with the will annexed granted to three residuary legatees; the sole executor and also the brother and residuary legatee having died in the lifetime of the testator.

DPRI/3/1832/T19   21 May 1832
will bond, penal sum £400; Isabella SANDERSON, widow, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland. Died 1832
administration with the will annexed granted to the son and one of the residuary legatees; there being no executor named.

DPRI/3/1832/T20   5 June 1832
will bond, penal sum £400; Richard POTTS, farmer, of Hindhaugh in the chapelry of Birtley in the county of Northumberland. Died 1832
administration with the will annexed granted Sarah Potts, the sole executrix of John Potts who was the sole executor and residuary legatee of the testator.

DPRI/3/1832/T21   21 May 1832
will bond, penal sum £100; James WOOD, carpenter, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the county of Durham. Died 1832
administration with the will annexed granted to brother and only next of kin; the wife and executor and also the other executor having died in the lifetime of the testator.

DPRI/3/1832/T22   23 May 1832
will bond, penal sum £600; Joseph GILL, labourer, of Sedgefield in the county of Durham. Died 1832
administration with the will annexed granted to Joseph Gill, one of the children, next of kin and universal legatees; the widow and sole executrix having died in the lifetime of the testator and the other children and only other next of kin and universal legatees having renounced.

DPRI/3/1832/T23   25 May 1832
will bond, penal sum £900; Richard MARSHALL, butcher, of Hurworth in the county of Durham. Died 1832
administration with the will annexed granted to Thomas Marshall, one of the residuary legatees; the sole executor and also the other two residuary legatees having renounced.

DPRI/3/1832/T24/1-6   7 September 1832
will bond, penal sum £10; John RICHARDSON, gentleman, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to James John Thompson limited to the testator's interest in property at Alnwick.

DPRI/3/1832/T25   14 August 1832
will bond, penal sum £400; Joseph DOBINSON, collier, of parochial chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 1832
administration with the will annexed granted to sister, only next of kin and the surviving residuary legatee; the widow and universal legatee and one of the executors having died without taking up probate and the other residuary legatee having died during the lifetime of the testator.

DPRI/3/1832/T26/1   28 August 1832
will bond, penal sum £900; Ann JOHNSON, spinster, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 1832
administration with the will annexed granted to Frances Mellish Johnson and Elizabeth Johnson, the only residuary legatees above the age of twenty one years; there being no executor named.

DPRI/3/1832/T26/2-3   23 May 1832
letter of request; Ann JOHNSON, spinster, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 1832
request from Durham to magistrates of Dumfies to take oath

DPRI/3/1832/T26/4   30 August 1832
certificate of oath; Ann JOHNSON, spinster, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 1832
reply from Dumfries to Durham

DPRI/3/1832/T26/5-6   28 August 1832
affidavit; Ann JOHNSON, spinster, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 1832

DPRI/3/1832/T27   13 September 1832
will bond, penal sum £400; John GIBB, grocer, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland. Died 1832
administration with the will annexed granted Henry Gibb and Robert Blakey, the fathers of Hannah Gibb, and infant, and Isabella Blakey, a minor, the nieces and residuary legatees; there being no executor named.

DPRI/3/1832/T28   14 September 1832
will bond, penal sum £200; James NORRIS, publican, carpenter, of Greenwich in the county of Kent but late of South Shields in the county of Durham. Died 1832
administration with the will annexed granted to the widow and universal legatee; there being no executor named.

DPRI/3/1832/T29   2 October 1832
will bond, penal sum £400; George GREGG, blacksmith, of Berwick upon Tweed. Died 1832
administration with the will annexed granted to James Gregg the son, one of the next of kin and administrator; the widow, sole executrix and universal legatee having died in the lifetime of the testator.

DPRI/3/1832/T30   23 October 1832
will bond, penal sum £400; Mary THOMPSON, widow of William Thompson of Sadler Street Durham, butcher, widow, of Durham City. Died 1832
administration with the will annexed granted to Mary Hobart, the daughter, one of the next of kin and a legatee; there being no executor or residuary legatee named and Edward Thompson, a minor and John Dixon, a deaf and dumb person, two of the sons and the only other legatees being respectively incapable of acting.

DPRI/3/1832/T31   31 October 1832
will bond, penal sum £6,000; Cuthbert PIGG, builder, of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 1832
administration with the will annexed granted to the daughter and one of the residuary legatees above the age of 21; the executors and residuary legatees and also Jane Pigg, the other residuary legatee above 21 years having renounced; and the son and other residuary legatee being yet in his minority.

DPRI/3/1832/T32/1-4   27 October 1832
will bond, penal sum £10; Mary METCALF, spinster, of Stockton in the county of Durham
grant of administration to William Crawford Newby limited to the testator's interest in property at Seaton Carew.

DPRI/3/1832/T33   9 November 1832
will bond, penal sum £800; Eleanor BAKER, widow, of Rectors Gill in the parish of Bishopwearmouth. Died 1832
administration with the will annexed granted to Jane Hancock, administratrix of Thomas Baker, the son, sole executor and residurary legatee.

DPRI/3/1832/T34   16 November 1832
will bond, penal sum £200; Peter WATSON, miller, widower, of Cleadon Mill in the parish of Whitburn in the county of Durham. Died 1832
administration with the will annexed granted 3 of the children, next of kin and legatees; no executor or residuary legatee having been named and the only other legatee being at present beyond the seas.

DPRI/3/1832/T35/1-4   19 November 1832
will bond, penal sum £10; Henry RIDLEY, D.D., rector of Hertingfordbury, Hertfordshire, rector of Hertford St Andrew, Hertfordshire, rector of Kirby Underdale, Yorkshire, prebendary of Gloucester Cathedral, clerk, of Hertford. Died October 1832
grant of administration to Armourer Donkin limited to the testator's interest in property being the freehold estates of Sir Matthew White Ridley, late of Blagdon, Northumberland.

DPRI/3/1832/T36   26 November 1832
will bond, penal sum £4,000; Isabella ALDER, widow, of Weetslett in the parish of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Jane Ogle Ekins, one of the residuary legatees and administratrix of the estate of Margaret Alder, the sister and residuary legatee, since also deceased; the surviving executor having renounced.

DPRI/3/1832/T37   30 November 1832
will bond, penal sum £100; John BRUMWELL, gentleman, of Warden Hill in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham. Died 1832
administration with the will annexed granted to relict; the sole executor and residuary legatee having been personally cited and all other who may have an interest having been publically cited and having refused or declined to act.

DPRI/3/1832/T38   3 December 1832
will bond, penal sum £400; Stephen GRAY, master mariner, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland. Died 1832
administration with the will annexed granted to the son, one of the next of kin and one of the residuary legatees; one of the executors having died in the lifetime of the testator and the other executor having renounced.

DPRI/3/1832/T39   20 December 1832
will bond, penal sum £200; Thomas GAMBLES, gentleman, of Sadberge in the parish of Haughton le Skerne in the county of Durham. Died 1832
administration with the will annexed granted to son, one of the next of kin and universal legatee; no executor having been named.

DPRI/3/1832/T40/1-4   20 December 1832
will bond, penal sum £10; William HEDLEY, farmer, of Redpath in the Parish of Hartburn in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to William Robson limited to the testator's interest in property at Elsdon, Northumberland

DPRI/3/1832/T41   29 December 1832
will bond, penal sum £5,200; Peter ARMOUR, master mariner, of East Ballast Hills without the walls but within the liberties of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 1832
administration with the will annexed granted to Elizabeth Ayre and Mary Ann Armour, two of the residuary legatees; the executors and residuary legatees together with the only other surviving residuary legatees above the age of 21 having renounced; John Mackey and Ellen Mackey, the other surviving residuary legatees being yet in their minority.

Administration bonds 1833
Reference: DPRI/3/1833/A
DPRI/3/1833/A1   5 January 1833
administration bond, penal sum £100; Margaret RAMSEY, widow, of Shield Row in the chapelry of Tanfield in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A2   9 January 1833
administration bond, penal sum £600; William HINDHAUGH, yeoman, bachelor, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A3   9 January 1833
administration bond, penal sum £8,000; William TURNBULL, grocer, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A4   10 January 1833
administration bond, penal sum £200; William SANDERSON, gentleman, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A5   11 January 1833
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; William HALL, innkeeper, of Pilgrim Street town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A6   14 January 1833
administration bond, penal sum £900; Nicholas HANSON, butcher, of Middleton one Row in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A7   12 January 1833
administration bond, penal sum £900; George JAMIESON, farmer, of Freemen's HIll in the parish of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A8   18 January 1833
administration bond, penal sum £40; Thomas WILLIES, publican, bachelor, of Howden Head in the chapelry of Witton Le Wear in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A9/1   17 January 1833
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; William ROBERTSON, gentleman, of Ebury Street, Pimlico in the County of Middlesex. Died 20 July 1832
administration granted to William Robertson, son; John Robertson and Charles Robertson having renounced

DPRI/3/1833/A9/2-3   10 January 1833
renunciation; William ROBERTSON, gentleman, of Ebury Street, Pimlico in the County of Middlesex. Died 20 July 1832

DPRI/3/1833/A10   19 January 1833
administration bond, penal sum £200; Frances BRYMER, spinster, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland
6.3.1833, estate revalued at £900 see bond DPRI/3/1833/A55

DPRI/3/1833/A11   17 January 1833
administration bond, penal sum £100; James AIR, mariner, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A12   18 January 1833
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; James TURNBULL, ironmonger, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A13   21 January 1833
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Wolstenholme CARR, surgeon, bachelor, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A14   25 January 1833
administration bond, penal sum £900; William COATES, the younger, draper, tailor, bachelor, of city of Durham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A15   22 January 1833
administration bond, penal sum £8,000; William PETERS, esquire, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
estate revalued at £4,000

DPRI/3/1833/A16   25 January 1833
administration bond, penal sum £400; James THOMPSON, blacksmith, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A17   28 January 1833
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; John BROWN, cow-keeper, of Windmill Hills in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A18/1   7 January 1833
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Elizabeth BOURN, spinster, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland. Died 7 December 1832
administration granted to Mary Bourn, sister; Richard Bourn, Ann Apedaile, Frances Hays and Sarah Pearson the only brother and sisters of the deceased having renounced

DPRI/3/1833/A18/2-4   28 December 1832
renunciation; Elizabeth BOURN, spinster, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland. Died 7 December 1832

DPRI/3/1833/A19   26 January 1833
administration bond, penal sum £900; John TURNER, farmer, of Bolton in the parish of Edlingham in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A20   7 February 1833
administration bond, penal sum £200; Elizabeth ROBSON, widow, of Chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A21   9 February 1833
administration bond, penal sum £100; Mary MUDD, formerly Mary Hare, otherwise Mary Air, widow, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
administration granted to Robert Hare Mudd, son; the other son, Christopher Mudd, being a minor

DPRI/3/1833/A22   4 February 1833
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; William WILSON, ship-owner, of South Blyth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A23/1   12 February 1833
administration bond, penal sum £200; Margaret HAYLINGS, widow, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland. Died 9 December 1832
administration granted to Henry Davison, brother; Elizabeth Dixon, Ann Davison and Isabella Davison sisters, having renounced

DPRI/3/1833/A23/2-4   11 February 1833
renunciation; Margaret HAYLINGS, widow, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland. Died 9 December 1832

DPRI/3/1833/A24/1   14 February 1833
administration bond, penal sum £400; John PUNSHON, servant, yeoman, East Denton in the parish of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland, Willington in the parish of Wallsend in the county of Northumberland. Died 10 September 1832
administration granted to Luke Punshon, only son; Ann Punshon relict having renounced

DPRI/3/1833/A24/2-3   13 February 1833
renunciation; John PUNSHON, servant, yeoman, East Denton in the parish of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland, Willington in the parish of Wallsend in the county of Northumberland. Died 10 September 1832

DPRI/3/1833/A25   15 February 1833
administration bond, penal sum £100; Adam TATE, publican, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A26
administration bond, penal sum £12,000; Thomas JACKSON, master mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A27   15 February 1833
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; John HOPPER, gentleman, of Heckley in the parish of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A28   18 February 1833
administration bond, penal sum £600; Barbara BARKAS, spinster, of Gosforth House in the chapelry of Gosforth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A29   19 February 1833
administration bond, penal sum £200; William BYERS, yeoman, bachelor, of Berwick upon Tweed in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A30   21 February 1833
administration bond, penal sum £400; Stephen RELPH, weaver, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A31   22 February 1833
administration bond, penal sum £200; Sarah STALPORT, widow, of Lemington in the parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A32   23 February 1833
administration bond, penal sum £100; John JEFFERSON, collier, of Murton in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A33   23 February 1833
administration bond, penal sum £400; John CAIRNS, husbandman, widower, of Berwick upon Tweed in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A34   23 February 1833
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Peter CAIRNS, gentleman, bachelor, of Berwick upon Tweed in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A35   23 February 1833
administration bond, penal sum £400; Nicholas CARR, shoemaker, of Stockton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A36   26 February 1833
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Richard Pringle WATSON, the younger, chemist, druggist, widower, of Chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A37   28 February 1833
administration bond, penal sum £800; John CLENNELL, shipwright, bachelor, of Saint Peters in the chapelry of All Saints in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A38   20 February 1833
administration bond, penal sum £400; William HUNTER, saddler, of Barnard Castle in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A39   12 March 1832
administration bond, penal sum £900; Elizabeth Ramsbottom ATCHINSON, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A40   2 March 1833
administration bond, penal sum £20,000; James KIRKLEY, draper, brewer, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hild in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A41   4 March 1833
administration bond, penal sum £12,000; Julia FAWCETT, spinster, of in the parish of Saint Mary in the South Bailey in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A42   4 March 1833
administration bond, penal sum £400; Margaret ELLIOTT, widow, of in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A43   2 March 1833
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; George MARSHALL, ship-owner, bachelor, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A44   5 March 1833
administration bond, penal sum £400; William PRINGLE, blacksmith, of Sunderland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A45   21 July 1832
administration bond, penal sum £400; David COLLIER, labourer, of City of Edinburgh

DPRI/3/1833/A46   6 March 1833
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Elizabeth WATSON, formerly Pigg, of chapelry of all Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A47   6 March 1833
administration bond, penal sum £900; George RIDLEY, master mariner, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A48   6 March 1833
administration bond, penal sum £900; Matthew DIXON, victualler, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A49   7 March 1833
administration bond, penal sum £400; Jesse SCOTT, flour dealer, grocer, bachelor, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A50   16 March 1833
administration bond, penal sum £400; Beatrice GIBSON, spinster, of Milburn Place in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A51/1   18 March 1833
administration bond, penal sum £200; Elizabeth FORSTER, widow, of Gateshead in the county of Durham. Died 29 December 1831
administration granted to Mary Buckley niece; Elizabeth Shaw, niece and the only other next of kin having renounced

DPRI/3/1833/A51/2-3   16 March 1833
renunciation; Elizabeth FORSTER, widow, of Gateshead in the county of Durham. Died 29 December 1831

DPRI/3/1833/A52/1   16 March 1833
administration bond, penal sum £400; Edward POAD, master mariner, bachelor, of Alemouth in the parish of Lesbury in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A52/2   16 March 1833
affidavit of sureties; Edward POAD, master mariner, bachelor, of Alemouth in the parish of Lesbury in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A53   19 March 1833
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Richard Carr BELOUGH, house-carpenter, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland
estate revalued at £2,000

DPRI/3/1833/A54   23 March 1833
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Richard WALTON, agent, of Westgate in the chapelry of Saint John in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A56/1   27 March 1833
administration bond, penal sum £10; Mary CHRISHOP, of City of Durham in the county of Durham. Died 17 March 1809
administration granted to Charles Ralph Fryer lawful attorney of Margaret Hicks widow, daughter

DPRI/3/1833/A56/2   22 March 1833
power of attorney; Mary CHRISHOP, of City of Durham in the county of Durham. Died 17 March 1809

DPRI/3/1833/A57   6 April 1833
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; James HUTCHINSON, gentleman, of Sheriff Hill in the in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A58   11 April 1833
administration bond, penal sum £200; John Lipton HUTTON, bachelor, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A59   3 April 1833
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Edward PEARSON, butcher, bachelor, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A61   19 April 1833
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Phoebe WILSON, formerly Phoebe Douglass widow, widow, of Gillygate in the parish of Saint Giles near the city of Durham in the county of Durham . Died 29 December 1832

DPRI/3/1833/A62   19 April 1833
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert DOWNEY, bottle-maker, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A63   23 April 1833
administration bond, penal sum £400; James SLOAN, grocer, tea-dealer, of in the parish of Saint Nicholas City Durham County Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A64   25 April 1833
administration bond, penal sum £200; Fenwick PEARSON, agent, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A65   26 April 1833
administration bond, penal sum £400; William WILKINSON, farmer, of Stockton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A66   2 May 1833
administration bond, penal sum £100; Robert APPLEBY, mason, of Causey Park Bridge in the chapelry of Hebburn in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A67   3 May 1833
administration bond, penal sum £900; Robert BATEMAN, innkeeper, of New Elvert in the City of Durham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A68   4 May 1833
administration bond, penal sum £400; Barbara SURTEES, widow, of Darras Hall in the parish of Ponteland in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A69   4 May 1833
administration bond, penal sum £400; John KINDRED, farmer, bachelor, of Burnhouse in Coanwood in the parish of Haltwhistle in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Michael Pigg father and guardian of John Pigg, Mary Pigg and Thomas Pigg, minors, great nephews and great niece three of the next of kin of the deceasd

DPRI/3/1833/A70   6 May 1833
administration bond, penal sum £200; Cuthbert RIDLEY, joiner, cabinet-maker, of Sunderland near the sea in the parish of Sunderland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A71   7 May 1833
administration bond, penal sum £40; Andrew HUNTER, blacksmith, widower, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A72   9 May 1833
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Ann CUTHBERT, widow, of Redheugh in the county of Northumberland. Died 4 October 1828

DPRI/3/1833/A73   10 May 1833
administration bond, penal sum £100; Robert DOUGHTY, mariner, bachelor, of Sunderland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A74   17 May 1833
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Stephen WILKINSON, bookseller, widower, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A75   17 May 1833
administration bond, penal sum £900; Margaret CHARLTON, widow, of Old Elvet in the parish of Saint Oswald near the city of Durham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A76   18 May 1833
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Matthew ATKINSON, farmer, of Stonechesters in the parish of Brancepeth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A77   14 May 1833
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann CHARLTON, widow, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A78   21 May 1833
administration bond, penal sum £40; John HUNTER, mason, bachelor, of Castle Garth in the parish of Saint Nicholas town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A79   21 May 1833
administration bond, penal sum £200; John PROUD, countryman, of Wallnook in the parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A80/1-3   19 May 1833
administration bond, penal sum £10; Henry WASTELL, clerk, of Simonburn in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to George Waugh Stable, limited to the deceased's interest in property at Bywell St Andrew and St Peter and Newton

DPRI/3/1833/A81   22 May 1833
administration bond, penal sum £400; William WARRIER, engineer, of Gateshead in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A82   24 May 1833
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas HYMERS, farmer, of Burnhouse in the township of Coanwood in the parish of Haltwhistle in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A83   21 May 1833
administration bond, penal sum £40; Elizabeth YOUNGER, widow, of Tottenham in the county of Middlesex

DPRI/3/1833/A84   24 May 1833
administration bond, penal sum £400; George RUTHERFORD, publican, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A85   11 May 1833
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Thomas CURRELL, gentleman, bachelor, of Bishopwearmouth in the County of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A86   21 May 1833
administration bond, penal sum £40; George WATSON, yeoman, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A87   4 June 1833
administration bond, penal sum £200; John ARCHER, master mariner, of Quay Side in the chapelry of All Saints town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A88   5 June 1833
administration bond, penal sum £400; John ATKINSON, farmer, of Rookhope in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A89   6 June 1833
administration bond, penal sum £600; Margaret FRAME, widow, of Chapelry of Saint John town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1833/A90   7 June 1833
administration bond, penal sum £200; Dorothy CLEUGH, formerly Hunter, of Longhorsley in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A91   8 June 1833
administration bond, penal sum £100; Simpson MILLER, excise preventive officer, of Haltwhistle in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A92   11 June 1833
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; John SHARP, coal-owner, of Quarry House in the chaplery of Witton-le-Wear in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A93   6 June 1833
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Joseph ROBSON, farmer, of Brenkley in the parish of Ponteland in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A94   14 June 1833
administration bond, penal sum £400; Phillis NICHOLSON, formerly Phillis Thompson, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A95   15 June 1833
administration bond, penal sum £200; Barbara JEFFERSON, widow, of Murton in the parish of Tynmouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A96   17 June 1833
administration bond, penal sum £200; Mary KIRSOPP, formerly Mary Carr, of Slaley Wood foot in the parish of Slaley in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A97   11 June 1833
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Elizabeth TEBAY, widow, of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A98   17 June 1833
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; John COCKBURN, grocer, bachelor, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed
estate revalued at £3,000

DPRI/3/1833/A99   20 June 1833
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; William WALLIS, royal navy lieutenant, esquire, of Adderstone in the parish of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A100   24 June 1833
administration bond, penal sum £600; Isaac KIRKLEY, publican, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A101   22 June 1833
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; John TAIT, yeoman, of Newton on the Moor in the parish of Shilbottle in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A102   8 July 1833
administration bond, penal sum £40; Sarah Buckley AYRE, of Bishop Wearmouth in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A103   11 July 1833
administration bond, penal sum £40; Ambrose WATSON, ship-owner, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
administration granted to Ambrose Watson and Harrison Watson,next of kin of the deceased ,for goods left unadministed by Jane Watson widow of the deceased who has since died

DPRI/3/1833/A104   10 July 1833
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas WILLIS, yeoman, bachelor, of Chapelry of All Saints town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A105   26 June 1833
administration bond, penal sum £600; Ann HOLBURN, widow, of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
administration granted to Elizabeth Stephenson, John Gibson and Ann Coxon for goods left unadministed by Elizabeth Tebay deceased, only child of the deceased

DPRI/3/1833/A106   11 March 1833
administration bond, penal sum £600; William Gibson PEART, master mariner, bachelor, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A107   13 July 1833
administration bond, penal sum £400; Matthew SHERRATON, painter, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A108   20 July 1833
administration bond, penal sum £100; Joshua SWALLOW, quarryman, of Windy Nook in the chapelry of Heworth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A109   20 July 1833
administration bond, penal sum £40; James BAKER, mariner, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A110   17 July 1833
administration bond, penal sum £200; Charlotte WATSON, widow, of parish of Saint Nicholas town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A111   22 July 1833
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; John DEIGHTON, farmer, of Thickley in the parish of Saint Andrew Auckland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A112/1-3   24 July 1833
administration bond, penal sum £10; Joseph PRESTON, gentleman, of Stockton in the county of Durham
grant of administration to Joseph Radcliffe Wilson limited to the intestate's interest in property in the Borough of Stockton

DPRI/3/1833/A113   23 July 1833
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; John COXON, farmer, of Low Framlington in the chapelry of Longframlington in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A114   29 July 1833
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; William APPLEBY, butcher, of Causey Park Bridge in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A115   23 May 1833
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas JAMES, labourer, bachelor, of Lowick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A116   3 August 1833
administration bond, penal sum £400; William PATTISON, farmer, widower, of Claxton in the parish of Greatham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A117   16 August 1833
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Henry SMITH, common brewer, maltster, bachelor, of Winlaton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A118   27 July 1833
administration bond, penal sum £900; Margaret ROBERTSON, spinster, of Innerleithen in the county of Peebles in North Britain

DPRI/3/1833/A119/1   22 August 1833
administration bond, penal sum £400; Rachel SHIELDS, widow, of Bishop Wearmouth in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham. Died 11 August 1833
administration granted to John Sommerville, brother, Elizabeth Burnett sister having renounced

DPRI/3/1833/A119/2-3   22 August 1833
renunciation; Rachel SHIELDS, widow, of Bishop Wearmouth in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham. Died 11 August 1833

DPRI/3/1833/A120   22 June 1833
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Margaret STEELE, spinster, of Barnard Castle in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A121/1-4   10 June 1833
administration bond, penal sum £10; Thomas Goodfellow SHAFTO, rector of Brancepeth, canon of Christ Church in the university of Oxford, D.D., clerk, of Brancepeth in the county of Durham. Died 17 October 1799
administration granted to Charles Ellis and Henry Whittaker limited to the deceased's interest in properties in the township of Swinhoe

DPRI/3/1833/A122   26 August 1833
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Elizabeth HEDLEY, spinster, of Greenchesters in the parish of Elsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A123   28 August 1833
administration bond, penal sum £900; Thomas OLIVER, gentleman, of Bishop Wearmouth in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A124   28 August 1833
administration bond, penal sum £900; John SNOWDON, husbandman, of Healey Wood in the parish of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A125   23 August 1833
administration bond, penal sum £100; Margaret HEWARD, widow, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A126/1   9 August 1833
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Jonathan SOPPITT, farmer, yeoman, of in the parish of Bywell Saint Peter in the county of Northumberland. Died 7 February 1833
administration granted to Edward Soppitt and John Dixon, uncles and guardians of Ann Soppitt, a minor, the only daughter and next of kin of the deceased

DPRI/3/1833/A126/2-4   19 July 1833
acceptance of guardianship; Jonathan SOPPITT, farmer, yeoman, of in the parish of Bywell Saint Peter in the county of Northumberland. Died 7 February 1833

DPRI/3/1833/A127   28 August 1833
administration bond, penal sum £3,500; Christopher Septimus HILL, customs comptroller, of Bishopwearmounth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A128   3 September 1833
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; Alicia Jane WALLIS, spinster, of Hurworth Grange in the parish of Hurworth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A129/1   7 September 1833
administration bond, penal sum £14,000; William JAMES, esquire, bachelor, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham. Died June 1833

DPRI/3/1833/A129/2-3   29 July 1833
renunciation; William JAMES, esquire, bachelor, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham. Died June 1833
Ann James sister and one of the next of kin of the deceased renounced her right to letters of administration

DPRI/3/1833/A130   9 September 1833
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Elizabeth TEBAY, widow, of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
estate revalued at £1,500

DPRI/3/1833/A131/1   16 September 1833
administration bond, penal sum £400; George CARR, tin-plate worker, widower, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland. Died 21 December 1832
administration granted to John Henderson grandson of the deceased; George Carr, son, having renounced

DPRI/3/1833/A131/2-4   14 September 1833
renunciation; George CARR, tin-plate worker, widower, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland. Died 21 December 1832

DPRI/3/1833/A132   17 September 1833
administration bond, penal sum £400; Sarah ELLIOTT, spinster, of Anstead in the chapelry of Beadnell in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A133   19 September 1833
administration bond, penal sum £40; John WATSON, miner, of Gateshead in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A134   24 September 1833
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; John TODD, without child or parent, grocer, widower, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
estate revalued at £3,000

DPRI/3/1833/A135/1   21 September 1833
administration bond, penal sum £200; John STOREY, master mariner, widower, of Hebburn in the parish of Jarrow in the county of Durham. Died 6 August 1833

DPRI/3/1833/A135/2-3   21 September 1833
renunciation; James TROTTER, mariner, widower, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland. Died 1 September 1833
renunciation of Mary Trotter widow, mother; exhibited, 27 Sep 1833

DPRI/3/1833/A135/4-5   21 September 1833
renunciation; John STOREY, master mariner, widower, of Hebburn in the parish of Jarrow in the county of Durham. Died 6 August 1833
renunciation of Jane Storey, Mary Anderson and Thomas Stothard Storey, children of the deceased; exhibited, 21 Sep 1833

DPRI/3/1833/A136   24 September 1833
administration bond, penal sum £400; Robert ANDERSDON, mariner, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A137   27 September 1833
administration bond, penal sum £40; James TROTTER, mariner, widower, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland. Died 1 September 1833

DPRI/3/1833/A138   30 September 1833
administration bond, penal sum £400; Miles HANN, ship-owner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A139   2 October 1833
administration bond, penal sum £400; John GOODCHILD, esquire, of Pallion in the parish of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
administration granted Mary Fairless daughter of the deceased, Elizabeth Goodchild the lawful relict who survived the deceased but has since died

DPRI/3/1833/A140   2 October 1833
administration bond, penal sum £900; George HUTCHINSON, ship-owner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A141   2 October 1833
administration bond, penal sum £200; David SCOTT, master mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A142   4 October 1833
administration bond, penal sum £40; Edward BROWELL, farmer, labourer, of Cornforth Moor House in the parish of Bishop Middleham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A143/1   3 October 1833
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Ursula HOWDON, formerly Ursula Dodd, widow, of Bank House in the chapelry Haydon in the county of Northumberland. Died December 1832
grant of administration to Ralph Reed and William Lambert, guardians of Catherine Howdon and John Howdon; Ursula Howdon, relict, having died

DPRI/3/1833/A143/2-3   17 February 1832
acceptance of guardianship; Ursula HOWDON, formerly Ursula Dodd, widow, of Bank House in the chapelry Haydon in the county of Northumberland. Died December 1832

DPRI/3/1833/A144   5 October 1833
administration bond, penal sum £200; James SALTER, surgeon, apothecary, of South Blyth in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A145   7 October 1833
administration bond, penal sum £40; George RICHAN, ship-carpenter, widower, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A146   9 October 1833
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Isaac LAWSON, gardener, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A147   14 October 1833
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Ambrose OYSTON, gentleman, of Township of Westoe in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A148   16 October 1833
administration bond, penal sum £600; Hannah LONGBOTHAM, widow, of Ryhope in the parish of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A149/1   12 October 1833
administration bond, penal sum £600; John ROBINSON, tailor, bachelor, of Southwick in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A149/2   12 October 1833
affidavit of sureties; John ROBINSON, tailor, bachelor, of Southwick in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A150   17 September 1833
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Thomas FARROW, gentleman, of Hurworth in the parish of Hurworth upon Tees in the county of Durham


DPRI/3/1833/A151   11 October 1833
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; William PARKIN, gentleman, widower, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A152   21 October 1833
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; William Robson OXLEY, master mariner, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A153   17 October 1833
administration bond, penal sum £10; Robert CURRY, esquire, of Conset in the parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham. Died October 1820
grant of administraton to Richard Bowser limited to the sum of £13,000 invested in him as a trustee

DPRI/3/1833/A154   21 October 1833
administration bond, penal sum £40; Thomas YOUNG, tailor, of Ingleton in the parish of Staindrop in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A155   24 October 1833
administration bond, penal sum £200; Matthew SMITH, butcher, of Westgate in the parochial chapelry of Saint John in Newcastle Upon Tyne,but in that part of the said chapelry which is in the County of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A156   22 October 1833
administration bond, penal sum £40; Robert COLLINGWOOD, shipwright, widower, of Bishop Wearmouth in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A157   26 October 1833
administration bond, penal sum £200; William RICHARDSON, grocer, draper, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A158   1 November 1833
administration bond, penal sum £600; Nancy NICHOLSON, widow, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A159/1   31 October 1833
administration bond, penal sum £100; William HENDERSON, blacksmith, of Kibblesworth in the chapelry of Lamesley in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A159/2   4 November 1833
certificate of estate value; William HENDERSON, blacksmith, of Kibblesworth in the chapelry of Lamesley in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A160   4 November 1833
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; John BURRELL, gentleman, bachelor, of Sniperley in the chapelry of Witton Gilbert in the county of Durham
administration granted to John Burrell, Robert Burrell having since died

DPRI/3/1833/A161   8 November 1833
administration bond, penal sum £900; Elizabeth RICHARDSON, widow, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A162   11 November 1833
administration bond, penal sum £400; Joseph ROBSON, yeoman, bachelor, of East Boldon in the parish of Boldon in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A163   11 November 1833
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Jonathan HILTON, miner, of Blagill Hill Top in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
grant of administration to William Hilton, son; the former administrator William Edgar having died and Thomas Hilton, another son, having declined to act. Estate revalued at £600.

DPRI/3/1833/A164/1   11 November 1833
administration bond, penal sum £400; Agnes PRATT, spinster, of Berwick uopn Tweed in the county of Northumberland
administrarion granted to George Laidlaw, cousin german of the deceased, the other cousins german having renounced

DPRI/3/1833/A164/2-4   5 November 1833
renunciation; Agnes PRATT, spinster, of Berwick uopn Tweed in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A165   14 November 1833
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Mary JOHNSON, spinster, of Eltringham in the parish of Ovingham in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A166   22 November 1833
administration bond, penal sum £200; John PRATT, master mason, of Hebburn in the county of Durham
administration granted to Jane Pratt relict

DPRI/3/1833/A167   22 November 1833
administration bond, penal sum £40; Thomas RICHARDSON, master mariner, of Sunderland near the sea in the parish of Sunderland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A168   14 November 1833
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Henry TEASDALE, yeoman, of Port Seaham in the parish of Dalton le Dale in the county of Durham
administration granted to Hannah Teasdale wife of the deceased

DPRI/3/1833/A169   30 November 1833
administration bond, penal sum £200; James COCKBURN, corn-dealer, widower, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Richard Cockburn son of the deceased

DPRI/3/1833/A170   10 December 1833
administration bond, penal sum £100; Andrew SARJANT, mariner, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A171   10 December 1833
administration bond, penal sum £900; Ann DUNN, spinster, of Woolsington in the parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A172   14 December 1833
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Thomas GIBBESON, gentleman, of Windleston in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A173   17 December 1833
administration bond, penal sum £200; John COLLEN, stationer, widower, of in the chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Jane Collen,daughter,next of kin above the age of twenty one years,Mary Collen and Margaret Collen,daughters,being respectively in their minority

DPRI/3/1833/A174   21 December 1833
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Joseph DODD, gentleman, widower, of Fenwick Tower in the parish of Stamfordham in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/A175   26 December 1833
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Thomas GOODCHILD, gentleman, widower, of in the parish of All Saints Poplar in the county of Middlesex

DPRI/3/1833/A176   28 December 1833
administration bond, penal sum £40; John WHITE, gentleman, widower, of Hallgarth Street in the parish of Saint Oswald in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A177   31 December 1833
administration bond, penal sum £40; John WALTON, yeoman, of Gilesgate in Durham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1833/A178   31 December 1833
administration bond, penal sum £400; Peter MACLEOD, master mariner, of late of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

Will bonds 1833
Reference: DPRI/3/1833/T
DPRI/3/1833/T1   19 January 1833
will bond, penal sum £18,000; William Henry ANGAS, minister of the gospel, clerk, of South Shields in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted John Lindsay Angas, brother, one of the next of kin and universal legatee; no executor having been named and all other brothers and sisters having consented.

DPRI/3/1833/T2/1-5   21 January 1833
will bond, penal sum £10; Richard HUNTLEY, gentleman, of New Road near Sandgate in Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to Nicholas Ruddock limited to the testator's interest in property at Humshaugh and Hexham; Sarah Huntley having died

DPRI/3/1833/T3   10 November 1833
will bond, penal sum £900; John GLEDSTON, farmer, of Hartley in the chapelry of Horton in the county of Northumberland. Died 30 June 1810
administration with the will annexed granted to son and one of the surviving residuary legatees; the relict, sole executrix and residuary legatee having died and the daughter and other surviving residuary legatee having renounced.

DPRI/3/1833/T4   16 February 1833
will bond, penal sum £400; Elizabeth WILLOUGHBY, widow, of Green street in Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham. Died 13 January 1833
administration with the will annexed granted the nieces and residuary legatees; the surviving executor and residuary legatee in trust having renounced.

DPRI/3/1833/T5   13 February 1833
will bond, penal sum £900; Ann HALL, daughter of John and Ann Hall of Marlish in the parish of Hartburn, spinster, of Ellington in the parish of Woodhorn in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to the brothers and sisters, only next of kin and also administrators; no executor being named.

DPRI/3/1833/T6   23 February 1833
will bond, penal sum £4,000; Thomas KELL, yeoman, of Belsis in the township of Billingham in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the relict and children, residuary legatees; the executors having died without completing the administration of the estate.

DPRI/3/1833/T7   9 March 1833
will bond, penal sum £2,000; John RENWICK, steamboat proprietor, of Gateshead in the county of Durham. Died 11 August 1832
administration with the will annexed granted to relict and residuary legatee; the sole executor having renounced.

DPRI/3/1833/T8   12 March 1833
will bond, penal sum £400; Thomas WALKER, tailor, of Haughton in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to son, one of the next of kin and one of the residuary legatees; no executor having been named.

DPRI/3/1833/T9   25 March 1833
will bond, penal sum £400; John WALKER, joiner, of Gateshead in the County of Durham. Died 4 January 1832
administration with the will annexed granted to the sons and residuary legatees; the executors and residuary legatees in trust having renounced.

DPRI/3/1833/T10/1-3   30 March 1833
will bond, penal sum £10; Ralph William GREY, the elder, esquire, of Backworth in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Richard Medcalf limited to the testator's interest in property at Middenstead in North Shields.

DPRI/3/1833/T11   4 April 1833
will bond, penal sum £600; Elizabeth ELLIOT, widow, formerly of Bawtry in the county of York , late of the chapelry of Saint Andrew Newcastle
administration with the will annexed granted to the son, one of the next of kin and also a legatee; no executor having been named.

DPRI/3/1833/T12   10 April 1833
will bond, penal sum £40; Henry SOUTHERN, nurseryman, gardener, of Lingeefine in the chapelry of Lamesley in the county of Durham. Died 12 July 1832
administration with the will annexed granted to the son, one of the universal legatees; the executors together with the daughter, the other universal legatee for life, having renounced.

DPRI/3/1833/T13   15 April 1833
will bond, penal sum £900; Ann TURNBULL, spinster, of Tanfield in the chapelry of Tanfield and county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the residuary legatees, no executor having been named.

DPRI/3/1833/T14   18 April 1833
will bond, penal sum £600; Isabella BRODRICK, spinster, of Newbiggen in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to brother, only next of kin and a legatee; the sole executor having died in the lifetime of the testator and there being no residuary legatee named.

DPRI/3/1833/T15   23 April 1833
will bond, penal sum £2,200; Isabella THRIFT, widow, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland. Died 16 March 1833
administration with the will annexed granted to daughter, one of the next of kin and one of the residuary legatees; one of the executors having died during the lifetime of the testator and the other executor having renounced.

DPRI/3/1833/T16   27 February 1833
will bond, penal sum £600; Reuben ATKINSON, yeoman, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland. Died 23 April 1832
administration with the will annexed granted to three of the residuary legatees; the executors having renounced.

DPRI/3/1833/T17/1-5   20 May 1833
will bond, penal sum £10; Matthew FORSTER, esquire, of Bolton in the parish of Edlingham in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to William Forster limited to the testator's interest in property at Lucker, Northumberland; Jane Forster, the relict having died

DPRI/3/1833/T18   23 May 1833
will bond, penal sum £400; Robert HUNTER, shopkeeper, of Newbottle in the county of Durham. Died 10 January 1833
administration with the will annexed granted son and one of the residuary legatees; the executors together with the daughter and other residuary legatee having renounced.

DPRI/3/1833/T19   18 May 1833
will bond, penal sum £1,200; Thomas STOREY, farmer, of Thriston shaw in the parish of Felton in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to relict and two of the children, William Storey and Jane Storey; the executors having renounced and two other children, Thomas Storey and Margaret Storey, being in their minority.

DPRI/3/1833/T20   10 June 1833
will bond, penal sum £900; Sarah STEPHENSON, widow of Robert Stephenson, master mariner, widow, formerly of South Shields in the county of Durham, late of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 4 September 1832
administration with the will annexed granted to Stephenson Robinson, the nephew and surviving residuary legatee; the executor having renounced and the other residuary legatees having died in the lifetime of the testatrix.

DPRI/3/1833/T21/1-3   8 June 1833
will bond, penal sum £10; Charles WREN, esquire, of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 1832
grant of administration to Thomas Griffith limited to the testator's interest in property at Old Elvet, Durham.

DPRI/3/1833/T22/1-3   17 June 1833
will bond, penal sum £10; Isabel KENNEDY, widow, of Felton in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Ralph Park Phillipson limited to the testator's interest in property at Longframlington, Northumberland

DPRI/3/1833/T23/1-4   22 June 1833
will bond, penal sum £10; Thomas WARDELL, gentleman, of Longframlington in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to John Lindsay limited to the testator's interest in property at Alnwick

DPRI/3/1833/T24   29 June 1833
will bond, penal sum £1,600; Septimus MOWBRAY, druggist, of chapelry of St Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 17 February 1833
administration with the will annexed granted to brother; there being no executor named and the relict having renounced.

DPRI/3/1833/T25   1 July 1833
will bond, penal sum £100; Margaret GRAY, spinster, of Wooler in the county of Northumberland. Died 28 April 1833
administration with the will annexed granted to the nieces and two of the residuary legatees; the sole executor having renounced.

DPRI/3/1833/T26   2 July 1833
will bond, penal sum £40; Jane STOREY, widow, of lowlights near North Shields in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to daughter; the son and sole executor having died during the lifetime of the testatrix.

DPRI/3/1833/T27   8 July 1833
will bond, penal sum £200; Thomas AYRE, gentleman, of Newcastle
administration with the will annexed granted to Thomas Ayre, son in law; the daughter and sole executor having survived the testator but since died without taking probate.

DPRI/3/1833/T28   26 June 1833
will bond, penal sum £600; Richard TEBAY, master mariner, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the county of Durham. Died 1832
administration with the will annexed granted to the cousins and only next of kin; the relict and sole executrix having died leaving the estate unadministered.

DPRI/3/1833/T29   3 August 1833
will bond, penal sum £600; William WILSON, builder, formerly of Blyth Sheds, late of Crofton in the chapelry of Horton in the parish of Woodhorn in the county of Northumberland. Died 24 May 1833
administration with the will annexed granted to son and one of the residuary legatees; the brother and sole executor having renounced.

DPRI/3/1833/T30   26 August 1833
will bond, penal sum £600; Francis BRODY, house-carpenter, of Low lights in the parish of Tynemouth
administration with the will annexed granted to son and only surviving next of kin; there being no executor named and the relict and the daughters of the testator having died.

DPRI/3/1833/T31   27 September 1833
will bond, penal sum £600; David MATHER, patten-maker, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 27 June 1833
administration with the will annexed granted to relict and principal legatee; the executors having renounced.

DPRI/3/1833/T32   1 October 1833
will bond, penal sum £6,000; William HALL, clerk, of Haydonbridge in the county of Northumberland. Died 4 June 1803
administration with the will annexed granted to Priscilla Stokoe, nee Richmond, the daughter and one of the surviving executors of the deceased's executor, Henry Richmond; Henry Richmond's other executors having renounced

DPRI/3/1833/T33   8 October 1833
will bond, penal sum £2,000; George CLUTTERBUCK, captain in the 1st Foot Guards, army captain, of Warkworth in the county of Northumberland. Died 19 March 1813
administration with the will annexed granted to the sisters and residuary legatees; there being no executor named.

DPRI/3/1833/T34   16 October 1833
will bond, penal sum £200; Margaret STEPHENSON, widow, of Wreckenton in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to daughter and residuary legatee; no executor having been named.

DPRI/3/1833/T35   28 October 1833
will bond, penal sum £200; William GROZIER, master mariner, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to son and one of the residuary legatees; the wife and sole executrix having died in the lifetime of the testator.

DPRI/3/1833/T36   4 November 1833
will bond, penal sum £200; James FOREST, junior, husbandman, of Bolton in the parish of Edlingham in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to the relict and also the father of the testator; no executor having been named.

DPRI/3/1833/T37   15 November 1833
will bond, penal sum £200; Anthony ANGUS, cow-keeper, of parish of Saint Andrews within the liberties of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to the relict and universal legatee; no executor having been named.

DPRI/3/1833/T38   19 November 1833
will bond, penal sum £6,000; John MURRAY, doctor of medicine, of Westgate street in the chapelry of St John within the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to Mary Esther Pattison, the universal legatee; no executor having been named.

DPRI/3/1833/T39   22 November 1833
will bond, penal sum £2,000; Alexander DOEG, ship-agent, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland. Died 16 May 1833
administration with the will annexed granted to the relict and residuary legatee; the executors having renounced.

DPRI/3/1833/T40   23 November 1833
will bond, penal sum £400; Thomas WILKINSON, gentleman, of Holdforth in the township of Fishburn in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to son and only next of kin; no executor having been named.

DPRI/3/1833/T41/1   18 June 1833
will bond, penal sum £1,200; Thomasine BECKWITH, spinster, of Shotley bridge in the parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham. Died 19 February 1833
administration with the will annexed granted to the sister and only next of kin; the sole executrix having died in the lifetime of the testatrix.

DPRI/3/1833/T41/2   15 November 1833
affidavit of sureties; Thomasine BECKWITH, spinster, of Shotley bridge in the parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham. Died 19 February 1833

DPRI/3/1833/T42/1-4   9 December 1833
will bond, penal sum £10; John FRANKLAND, esquire, formerly of West Glanton in the county of Northumberland, late of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Matthew Trotter Johnston limited to the testator's interest in property at Bolton, Edlingham, Northumberland.

DPRI/3/1833/T43   30 December 1833
will bond, penal sum £600; John Francis DIXON, coal-agent, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to mother and universal legatee; no executor having been named.

Administration bonds 1834
Reference: DPRI/3/1834/A
DPRI/3/1834/A1   2 January 1834
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Christopher ATKINSON, agent, of Heworth in the chapelry of Heworth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A2   6 January 1834
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas LODGE, master mariner, of Borough of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A3/1   8 January 1834
administration bond, penal sum £900; Elizabeth ROBSON, widow, of North Middleton in the parish of Hartburn in the county of Northumberland. Died 3 November 1833

DPRI/3/1834/A3/2-4   6 November 1833
renunciation; Elizabeth ROBSON, widow, of North Middleton in the parish of Hartburn in the county of Northumberland. Died 3 November 1833
renunciation of William Coull and Joseph Coull, brothers, nominating Robert Coull to take out administration; exhibited, 23 Dec 1833.

DPRI/3/1834/A4   14 January 1834
administration bond, penal sum £600; Mary PAXTON, widow, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A5   16 January 1834
administration bond, penal sum £600; William LAMB, publican, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A6   22 January 1834
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; James AYNSLEY, farmer, of Clarewood in the parish of Corbridge in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A7   22 January 1834
administration bond, penal sum £400; Hannah PIGG, spinster, of Staindrop in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A8   23 January 1834
administration bond, penal sum £200; Michael ANDERSON, chemist, grocer, bachelor, of Fatfield in the parish of Chester-le-Street in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A9   5 February 1834
administration bond, penal sum £200; Francis ERRINGTON, blacksmith, publican, of Longhorsley in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A10   8 February 1834
administration bond, penal sum £400; Eleanor EMERSON, widow, of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A11   13 February 1834
administration bond, penal sum £100; William JOBSON, innkeeper, of North Sunderland in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A12/1   10 February 1834
administration bond, penal sum £400; Mary Ann Jane BYNE, widow, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland. Died 8 August 1833

DPRI/3/1834/A12/2-4   13 February 1834
acceptance of guardianship; Mary Ann Jane BYNE, widow, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland. Died 8 August 1833
Tomas Grieveson guardian of his nephew, John Grieveson, a minor

DPRI/3/1834/A12/5-6   13 February 1834
election of guardian; Mary Ann Jane BYNE, widow, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland. Died 8 August 1833

DPRI/3/1834/A13   11 February 1834
administration bond, penal sum £400; William PATTISON, yeoman, of Arches Flat in the township of Henshaw in the parish of Haltwhistle in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A14   14 February 1834
administration bond, penal sum £900; Jane SMITH, widow, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A15   17 February 1834
administration bond, penal sum £400; Richard HEWITSON, painter, glazier, publican, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A16   18 February 1834
administration bond, penal sum £400; Robert WARDLE, free porter, of parochial chapelry of Saint John Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A17   19 February 1834
administration bond, penal sum £200; Parkin HUNTER, commercial traveller, bachelor, of Newburn in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A18/1-8   16 January 1834
administration bond, penal sum £10; George LODGE, gentleman, of Saint Trinians in the county of York
grant of administration to Thomas Wheldon limited to the decease's interest in property at Headlam and Gainford

DPRI/3/1834/A19   15 February 1834
administration bond, penal sum £400; John THOMPSON, farmer, of Low West House in the township of Hedley Hope in the parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A20   22 February 1834
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; James ARMSTRONG, innkeeper, of Alston in the county of Cumberland
administration granted to Margaret Armstrong, relict

DPRI/3/1834/A21   24 February 1834
administration bond, penal sum £400; John WALES, yeoman, bachelor, of West Boldon in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A22   28 December 1833
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; George STEPHENSON, gentleman, widower, of Wooler in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A23   21 February 1834
administration bond, penal sum £40; George AVERY, butcher, bachelor, of chapelry of Saint Andrew Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A24/1   11 March 1834
administration bond, penal sum £100; William BARKAS, builder, widower, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland. Died 23 October 1833

DPRI/3/1834/A24/2-4   10 March 1834
election of guardian; William BARKAS, builder, widower, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland. Died 23 October 1833

DPRI/3/1834/A24/5-7   10 March 1834
acceptance of guardianship; William BARKAS, builder, widower, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland. Died 23 October 1833
Thomas Barker, guardian

DPRI/3/1834/A25   19 March 1834
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas BELL, governor of the Tynemouth workhouses, workhouse governor, widower, of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A26   18 March 1834
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Mary CLARK, widow, of Berwick-upon-Tweed in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A27   24 March 1834
administration bond, penal sum £600; Richard PARKIN, farmer, of Westerton in the parish of Auckland Saint Andrew in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A28/1   20 March 1834
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; James BIRKETT, clerk, of Ovingham in the county of Northumberland. Died 25 September 1833
administration granted to Mary Birkett, relict

DPRI/3/1834/A28/2-4   30 December 1861
grant of administration, penal sum £4,000; James BIRKETT, clerk, of Ovingham in the county of Northumberland. Died 25 September 1833
administration granted to Susan Williams Birkett, relict of the deceased's son, the new administrator having also undertaken to administer the goods etc. of the deceased's only other son; endorsed that grant formerly made, Mar 1854 [?recte 1834]

DPRI/3/1834/A29   26 March 1834
administration bond, penal sum £200; Joseph SESSFORD, clock-maker, watchmaker, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A30   27 March 1834
administration bond, penal sum £40; George GOODAKER, mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A31   27 March 1834
administration bond, penal sum £40; Joseph WOOD, mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A32   20 March 1834
administration bond, penal sum £14,000; Collingwood Forster LINDSAY, esquire, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A33   18 March 1834
administration bond, penal sum £90; John SANDERSON, customs officer, of Stockton-on-Tees in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A34   22 February 1834
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Gilbert GARGEY, farmer, of Lowick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A35   2 April 1834
administration bond, penal sum £600; William RUSBY, publican, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A36   29 March 1834
administration bond, penal sum £8,000; Edmund Henry TAYLOR, minor, bachelor, of Swalwell in the parish of Whickham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A37   7 April 1834
administration bond, penal sum £400; Lancelot BURN, pilot, widower, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A38   17 March 1834
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Edward MORTON, farmer, bachelor, of Horton East side in the parish of Chatton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A39/1   11 April 1834
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Edward STEEL, civil engineer, colliery viewer, of Low Fell Gateshead in the county of Durham. Died 19 December 1833

DPRI/3/1834/A39/2-5   10 April 1834
renunciation; Edward STEEL, civil engineer, colliery viewer, of Low Fell Gateshead in the county of Durham. Died 19 December 1833
renunciation of Ann Steel, widow; exhibited, 11 April 1834.

DPRI/3/1834/A40   11 April 1834
administration bond, penal sum £400; John EDGAR, surgeon, of borough of Berwick-upon-Tweed in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A41   14 April 1834
administration bond, penal sum £400; David WILSON, pitman, of Fenwick in the chapelry of Kyloe in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A42   15 April 1834
administration bond, penal sum £40; Thomas LIDDLE, mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A43   15 April 1834
administration bond, penal sum £40; James THOMPSON, mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A44   15 April 1834
administration bond, penal sum £40; William BROWN, mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A45   17 April 1834
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas DAWSON, cartwright, of Backworth in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A46   19 April 1834
administration bond, penal sum £40; Nathaniel WILSON, mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A47
administration bond, penal sum £10; Benjamin DOBSON, yeoman, of Aycliffe in the parish of Aycliffe in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A48   21 April 1834
administration bond, penal sum £8,000; John DEIGHTON, farmer, of Thickley in the parish of St Andrew Auckland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A49   17 April 1834
administration bond, penal sum £200; James WEALLANS, labourer, widower, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A50   26 April 1834
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; William Watson CORNER, farmer, of Amerston Hall in the parish of Elwick in the county of Durham
estate revalued at £600

DPRI/3/1834/A51   26 April 1834
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Ralph GOFTON, farmer, of Bullock Steads in the chapelry of Gosforth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A52   26 April 1834
administration bond, penal sum £40; Edward ROBINSON, mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A53   26 April 1834
administration bond, penal sum £40; John WELCH, carpenter, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A54   1 May 1834
administration bond, penal sum £400; Robert STORY, labourer, of Wolviston in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A55   6 May 1834
administration bond, penal sum £400; Dorothy SWAN, formerly Hailes, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A56   27 January 1834
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Jeremiah ABBS, ship-owner, of Fulwell in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A57   6 May 1834
administration bond, penal sum £40; Robert HALL, mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A58/10-13   21 April 1834
letter of request; James Wilmont RAWLINS, alias Wilmont, bastard, school-teacher, gentleman, bachelor, late of Barrington School Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham, formerly of Westminster in the county of Middlesex. Died 23 September 1832
request from Durham to Prerogative Court of Canterbury to take oath and grant administration to George Maule esquire

DPRI/3/1834/A58/1   6 May 1834
administration bond, penal sum £16,000; James Wilmont RAWLINS, alias Wilmont, bastard, school-teacher, gentleman, bachelor, late of Barrington School Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham, formerly of Westminster in the county of Middlesex. Died 23 September 1832
administration granted to George Maule for the use of the crown

DPRI/3/1834/A58/14-16   15 April 1834
power of attorney; James Wilmont RAWLINS, alias Wilmont, bastard, school-teacher, gentleman, bachelor, late of Barrington School Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham, formerly of Westminster in the county of Middlesex. Died 23 September 1832
power of attorney of Iltid Nichol, Procurator General, empowering Joseph Davison of Durham (notary public) to exhibit the warrant

DPRI/3/1834/A58/17   21 March 1834
monition; James Wilmont RAWLINS, alias Wilmont, bastard, school-teacher, gentleman, bachelor, late of Barrington School Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham, formerly of Westminster in the county of Middlesex. Died 23 September 1832
executed at Auckland St Andrew, 30 Mar 1834; administration decreed, 18 Apr 1833

DPRI/3/1834/A58/18   6 May 1834
certificate of oath; James Wilmont RAWLINS, alias Wilmont, bastard, school-teacher, gentleman, bachelor, late of Barrington School Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham, formerly of Westminster in the county of Middlesex. Died 23 September 1832
reply from the Prerogative Court of Canterbury to Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A58/2-5   12 March 1834
letter; James Wilmont RAWLINS, alias Wilmont, bastard, school-teacher, gentleman, bachelor, late of Barrington School Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham, formerly of Westminster in the county of Middlesex. Died 23 September 1832
with copy letter from Procurator General to Durham, 18 July 1833
(1) letter from Gresley at Auckland Castle to Davison at Durham Registry, conceding the Bishop of Durham's interest in the deceased's estate to the crown, and instructing Davison to issue a requisition to swear the Treasury's Solicitor William Maule to administer the deceased's goods etc. within Duhram diocese; (2) copy letter from Nicholl, the Procurator General to [Bishop of Durham] requesting the above mentioned requisition

DPRI/3/1834/A58/6-9   4 April 1834
warrant; James Wilmont RAWLINS, alias Wilmont, bastard, school-teacher, gentleman, bachelor, late of Barrington School Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham, formerly of Westminster in the county of Middlesex. Died 23 September 1832
royal warrant to the Procurator General to obtain in Durham Consistory Court a grant of administration to George Maule, Treasury Solicitor

DPRI/3/1834/A59   10 May 1834
administration bond, penal sum £200; Joseph FLEMING, shopkeeper, of Daddry Shields in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A60/1-6   12 May 1834
administration bond, penal sum £10; John STOREY, farmer, bachelor, of Bolton Wood Hall in the parish of Edlingham in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Andrew Ker Moffatt limited to the intestate's interest in property at Rothbury.

DPRI/3/1834/A61   9 May 1834
administration bond, penal sum £600; Jane HAY, widow, of parish of Saint Nicholas Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A62   12 May 1834
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas GIBSON, clerk, of Hamsterley in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A63   22 May 1834
administration bond, penal sum £40; Robert SUDDICK, mariner, bachelor, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A64   22 May 1834
administration bond, penal sum £200; Samuel GALE, yeoman, of Darlington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A65   24 May 1834
administration bond, penal sum £200; George STODART, yeoman, of Hartwarren in the parish of Hart in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A66   28 May 1834
administration bond, penal sum £400; John RENNOLDSON, cooper, of Walker in the parish of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Mary Rennoldson. relict,

DPRI/3/1834/A67   3 June 1834
administration bond, penal sum £1,800; Thomas PATTISON, ship-carpenter, bachelor, of Blyth in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A68/1-4   3 June 1834
administration bond, penal sum £10; Gabriel READHEAD, gentleman, of Lea in the parish of Rothbury in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to James Russell limited to the intestate's interest in property at Ridsdale and Newminster in the county of Northumberland.

DPRI/3/1834/A69   4 May 1834
administration bond, penal sum £40; Thomas FARROW, mariner, of Camden Lane, North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A70   5 June 1834
administration bond, penal sum £200; Isabella MARSHALL, of parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A71   4 June 1834
administration bond, penal sum £40; John ROBINSON, sea-carpenter, of Dortwick Street, North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A72   4 June 1834
administration bond, penal sum £400; William BELT, master mariner, bachelor, of Winlaton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A73   9 June 1834
administration bond, penal sum £40; James MILLS, mariner, of Ouseburn near Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A74   9 June 1834
administration bond, penal sum £40; Wilkinson MAXWELL, mariner, of Manor Chare Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A75   9 June 1834
administration bond, penal sum £40; Anthony SHORT, ship-carpenter, of Westoe in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A76/1   9 June 1834
administration bond, penal sum £900; William FORSTER, running fitter, bachelor, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham. Died 1 December 1833

DPRI/3/1834/A76/2-3   6 June 1834
renunciation; William FORSTER, running fitter, bachelor, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham. Died 1 December 1833
renunciation of John Forster, brother; exhibited, 9 Jun 1834.

DPRI/3/1834/A77   11 June 1834
administration bond, penal sum £100; Elizabeth JOHNSON, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A78   16 June 1834
administration bond, penal sum £40; Thomas SCOTT, shipwright, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hild in the parish of Jarrow in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A79   16 June 1834
administration bond, penal sum £600; John SNOWDON, yeoman, of Burnt Walls in the township of Coamwood in the parish of Haltwhistle in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A80   18 June 1834
administration bond, penal sum £200; John HARBOTTLE, yeoman, of Cresswell in the parish of Woodhorn in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A81   28 June 1834
administration bond, penal sum £400; James HARLE, ship-owner, bachelor, of chapelry of Saint Andrew Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A82   1 July 1834
administration bond, penal sum £400; James AVERY, farmer, of East Benton in the parish of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A83   1 July 1834
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; John MARSHALL, grocer, of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A84   27 June 1834
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas NEWTON, farmer, of Carlton in the parish of Redmarshall in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A85   9 July 1834
administration bond, penal sum £400; Henry DARLING, yeoman, widower, of Backworth in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A86   9 July 1834
administration bond, penal sum £40; Christopher BARTON, mariner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A87   9 July 1834
administration bond, penal sum £40; Joseph CREIGH, mariner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A88   16 July 1834
administration bond, penal sum £40; William ALLEN, shipwright, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A89   12 July 1834
administration bond, penal sum £100; Isabella ROBSON, widow, of Mason Dinnington in the parish of Pontelamd in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A90   15 July 1834
administration bond, penal sum £900; John TURNBULL, butcher, of Glanton in the parish of Whittingham in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A91   18 July 1834
administration bond, penal sum £200; Mary WADE, spinster, of Rennington in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A92/1   19 July 1834
administration bond, penal sum £600; John STORROW, grocer, of Philadelphia in the parish of Houghton-le-Spring in the county of Durham. Died 29 September 1832
administration granted to William Storrow, son

DPRI/3/1834/A92/2-3   18 July 1834
renunciation; John STORROW, grocer, of Philadelphia in the parish of Houghton-le-Spring in the county of Durham. Died 29 September 1832
renunciation of Elizabeth Storrow, widow, and John Storrow, son; exhibited, 19 Jul 1834.

DPRI/3/1834/A93   26 October 1833
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Robert COWPERTHWAITE, gentleman, widower, of Walker in the parish of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland
Note on reverse stating Rebecca Cowper died subsequent to the execution of the said bond. but previous to granting of admin.

DPRI/3/1834/A94   22 July 1834
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ralph LONGSTAFF, joiner, of Westgate in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A95   30 July 1834
administration bond, penal sum £600; Thomas JOHNSON, farmer, widower, of North Sunderland in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A96   30 July 1834
administration bond, penal sum £40; William SINCLAIR, mariner, widower, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A97   12 August 1834
administration bond, penal sum £40; Mary HODGSON, widow, of parish of Saint Oswald in the city of Durham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A98   13 August 1834
administration bond, penal sum £600; Ann GREY, widow, of Tweedmouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A99/1   19 August 1834
administration bond, penal sum £400; Andrew HENDERSON, gentleman, bachelor, formerly of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham, but late of Leith in North Britain. Died 27 May 1834

DPRI/3/1834/A99/2-3   9 August 1834
renunciation; Andrew HENDERSON, gentleman, bachelor, formerly of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham, but late of Leith in North Britain. Died 27 May 1834
renunciation of Mary Hogg, Margaret Paterson, sisters, and John Paterson brother; exhibited, 9 Aug 1834.

DPRI/3/1834/A100   20 August 1834
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas DOVE, engineman, of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A101   22 August 1834
administration bond, penal sum £600; George WATSON, cart-man, of Queen Street, Sunderland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A102   22 August 1834
administration bond, penal sum £600; John WHITELOCK, farmer, of Newburn Row in the parish of Stranton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A103   22 August 1834
administration bond, penal sum £100; James SARGENT, mariner, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A104   29 August 1834
administration bond, penal sum £600; Mary FORSTER, widow, of chapelry of All Saints in the town of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A105   29 August 1834
administration bond, penal sum £200; John ARCHER, sculler-man, of Howden Pans in the parish of Wallsend in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A106   5 September 1834
administration bond, penal sum £400; James HUMPHREYS, yeoman, widower, of parish of Saint Oswald in the city of Durham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A107   5 September 1834
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas TWEDDELL, farmer, bachelor, of Bill House in the parish of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A108   8 September 1834
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Thomas SMURTHWAITE, grocer, of Darlington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A109   10 September 1834
administration bond, penal sum £400; John HARBOTTLE, yeoman, of Cresswell in the parish of Woodhorn in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A110   12 September 1834
administration bond, penal sum £100; Francis SHERATON, yeoman, of Rickland in the parish of Aycliffe in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A111/1   17 September 1834
administration bond, penal sum £100; Isabella GRAHAM, widow, of Hartford Budge in the chapelry of Horton in the county of Northumberland. Died 22 August 1834

DPRI/3/1834/A111/2-3   1 September 1834
renunciation; Isabella GRAHAM, widow, of Hartford Budge in the chapelry of Horton in the county of Northumberland. Died 22 August 1834
renunciation of Mary Ann Clark and Elizabeth Henderson, daughters; exhibited, 12 Sep 1834

DPRI/3/1834/A112   19 September 1834
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; John DIXON, attorney-at-law, of Framwellgate in the chapelry of Saint Margaret in the city of Durham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A113   22 September 1834
administration bond, penal sum £40; William CARTER, joiner, of Hartlepool in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A114/1   24 September 1834
administration bond, penal sum £400; Elizabeth NICHOLSON, widow, of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland. Died 16 July 1834

DPRI/3/1834/A114/2-3   15 September 1834
renunciation; Elizabeth NICHOLSON, widow, of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland. Died 16 July 1834
renunciation of James Warkman, brother, Ann Warkman and Margaret Warkman, sisters; exhibited, 24 Sep 1834.

DPRI/3/1834/A115   27 September 1834
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Edward HALL, butcher, widower, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A116   2 October 1834
administration bond, penal sum £600; Ralph CROW, master mariner, of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A117   1 October 1834
administration bond, penal sum £400; Mary Leslie TURNBULL, infant, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A118   4 October 1834
administration bond, penal sum £400; Alice HAY, spinster, of Cleadon in the parish of Whitburn in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A119   18 September 1834
administration bond, penal sum £200; Janet ADDISON, spinster, of Shotley Bridge in the chapelry of Medomsley in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A120   6 October 1834
administration bond, penal sum £900; Elizabeth THOMPSON, of Fishburn in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A121   4 October 1834
administration bond, penal sum £600; Edward DIXON, architect, of Hartlepool in the county of Durham. Died 5 August 1834

DPRI/3/1834/A122   6 October 1834
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ralph WATSON, publican, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A123/1-2   13 October 1834
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; John ELLIOTT, draper, widower, of city of Durham in the county of Durham
administration granted to John Brown, cutler, during litigation re the validity of the will; endorsed with affirmation of Brown, a quaker

DPRI/3/1834/A123/3   13 October 1834
affidavit of sureties; John ELLIOTT, draper, widower, of city of Durham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A124   13 October 1834
administration bond, penal sum £900; Morpeth WALKER, labourer, of Cairnhouse in the parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A125   15 October 1834
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Robert NICHOLSON, clerk, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A126   14 October 1834
administration bond, penal sum £8,000; John CAMERON, of Sunderland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A127/1-6   13 October 1834
administration bond, penal sum £9; John HALL, miner, of Garrigill in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
grant of administration to Gabriel John Fielding limited to the intestate's interest in property at Snappergill in the parish of Alston

DPRI/3/1834/A128/1   17 October 1834
administration bond, penal sum £200; Jonathan HARRISON, bastard, yeoman, widower, of Sunderland Bridge in the parish of Saint Oswald in the county of Durham. Died 12 June 1833
grant of administration to George Maule for the use of the crown

DPRI/3/1834/A128/2-3   15 August 1834
power of attorney; Jonathan HARRISON, bastard, yeoman, widower, of Sunderland Bridge in the parish of Saint Oswald in the county of Durham. Died 12 June 1833
the Procurator General and the Advocate General appoint a Durham notary to exhibit the warrant and obtain a grant of administration to George Maule

DPRI/3/1834/A128/4-5   7 August 1834
warrant; Jonathan HARRISON, bastard, yeoman, widower, of Sunderland Bridge in the parish of Saint Oswald in the county of Durham. Died 12 June 1833
royal warrant to the Advocate General and Procurator General to obtain a grant of administration to George Maule, Treasury Solicitor, for the use of the crown

DPRI/3/1834/A129   28 October 1834
administration bond, penal sum £40; Ralph GRAY, mariner, of Byker Bar in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A130   28 October 1834
administration bond, penal sum £900; Dorothy PHILIPSON, widow, of Felton in the parish of Felton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A131   8 November 1834
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; George WILSON, esquire, bachelor, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A132   8 November 1834
administration bond, penal sum £400; Joseph WALTON, farmer, of Dyke in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A133   17 November 1834
administration bond, penal sum £200; Luke HINDMARSH, mariner, of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A134   21 November 1834
administration bond, penal sum £900; Dorothy KIRKCALDY, of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A135   25 November 1834
administration bond, penal sum £40; Meynell HUNTLEY, farmer, of Ferryhill in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A136   24 November 1834
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Ann MITFORD, of parish of Saint Nicholas Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A137/1   25 November 1834
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; John WYLAM, bastard, blacksmith, of New Lambton in the parish of Chester-le-Street in the county of Durham. Died December 1825

DPRI/3/1834/A137/2-3   15 August 1834
power of attorney; John WYLAM, bastard, blacksmith, of New Lambton in the parish of Chester-le-Street in the county of Durham. Died December 1825
The Procurator General and the Advocate General appoint a Durham notary to exhibit the warrant and obtain a grant of administration to George Maule.

DPRI/3/1834/A137/4-5   7 August 1834
warrant; John WYLAM, bastard, blacksmith, of New Lambton in the parish of Chester-le-Street in the county of Durham. Died December 1825
royal warrant to Procurator General to obain a grant of administration to George Maule, Treasury Solicitor, for the use of the crown.

DPRI/3/1834/A138/1-3   13 October 1834
administration bond, penal sum £10; John EMBLETON, esquire, of Berwick-upon-Tweed in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Robert Home limited to his interest in property at Sandgate in Berwick.

DPRI/3/1834/A139   19 November 1834
administration bond, penal sum £100; Michael HALL, tailor, of Dog Bank in the parochial chapelry of All Saints Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A140   29 October 1834
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Collingwood FORSTER, glass-maker, of Lemington in the parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A141   9 December 1834
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Ann FEATHERSTON, of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A142   10 December 1834
administration bond, penal sum £200; John GILROY, shipwright, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A143   12 December 1834
administration bond, penal sum £50; Robert PATTERSON, schoolmaster, of Chirton in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A144   10 December 1834
administration bond, penal sum £500; Christopher PARKER, surgeon, of Jarrow in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/A145   26 December 1834
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ralph CHISHOLM, innkeeper, of parish of Saint Nicholas Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1834/A146   31 December 1834
administration bond, penal sum £900; Elizabeth BROWN, widow, of the Tile Sheds near Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham

Will bonds 1834
Reference: DPRI/3/1834/T
DPRI/3/1834/T1   24 January 1834
will bond, penal sum £40; Richard ELLIDGE, methodist preacher, methodist preacher, stationed in the Chesterfield circuit in the county of Derby, late of the city of Durham
administration granted to Susanna Ellidge, relict and residuary legatee; the executors having renounced and the four daughters, legatees, being minors and the fifth daughter having died.

DPRI/3/1834/T2   7 February 1834
will bond, penal sum £400; Jonathan MARLEY, tailor, of Greatham in the county of Durham
Granted to Mary Davison, grand daughter and one of the next of kin of the deceased. The former relict and sole executrix and his daughter, his only other next of kin and principal legatee both died without taking probate and there being no residuary legatee named.

DPRI/3/1834/T3   10 February 1834
will bond, penal sum £16,000; Thomas HEWSON, esquire, bachelor, of Dockwray Square in the Parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland. Died 8 March 1819
administration granted to Mary Reid, sister and also a legatee; William Fall Hewson having died

DPRI/3/1834/T4/1   28 February 1834
will bond, penal sum £600; William Davison BARNETT, master mariner, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
administration granted to the relict and universal legatee, there being no executor or residuary legatee named

DPRI/3/1834/T4/2   28 February 1834
certificate of oath of estate value; William Davison BARNETT, master mariner, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/T5   5 April 1834
will bond, penal sum £8,000; Edward CLAVERING, the elder, esquire, formerly of Callaly in the county of Northumberland, late of Boulogne sur Mer in the kingdom of France
Granted to Christopher Avery one of the principal creditors there being no executor or residuary legatee named in will

DPRI/3/1834/T6   22 March 1834
will bond, penal sum £1,200; Andrew HALL, servant, yeoman, of Lowlin
Granted to the brother and sister, universal legatees of the deceased, there being no executor named in the will.

DPRI/3/1834/T7   19 April 1834
will bond, penal sum £200; William JICKELL, bricklayer, of Stockton in the county of Durham. Died 4 January 1834
Widow and residual legatee for life granted letters of Administration; John Wilson and John Clephan the executors and Residuary Legatees in Trust having renounced.

DPRI/3/1834/T8   31 March 1834
will bond, penal sum £200; Matthew CORNER, gentleman, of Houghton Bank in the parish of Heighington in the county of Durham
Granted to Hannah Corner, widow and residuary legatee for Life , the executors George Marley and Thomas Marley having renounced.

DPRI/3/1834/T9   26 April 1834
will bond, penal sum £600; George BELL, cattle-dealer, innkeeper, of Wolsingham
Granted to Mary Bell, widow and Universal Legatee, the sole executor Anthony Walton having personally renounced

DPRI/3/1834/T10/1-6   3 May 1834
will bond, penal sum £10; Aubone SURTEES, alderman [of Newcastle upon Tyne], banker, alderman, esquire, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died September 1800
administration with the will annexed granted to Ralph Walters limited to the testator's interest in property at East Brunton, Gosforth

DPRI/3/1834/T11   13 May 1834
will bond, penal sum £600; Elizabeth CHESTER, widow, of Ouseburn near Newcastle upon Tyne
Granted to William Walton,John Walton, Mary Walton, and Isabella Walton, the children of John Walton (now deceased) named in the will as Universal legatee for life. Substituted by Decree of Court as legatees, there being no executor named in the will.

DPRI/3/1834/T12   23 May 1834
will bond, penal sum £400; John SMITH, farmer, of Larkseat
granted to Thomas Smith son and one of the next of kin and a legatee named in the will, there being no executor or residuary legatee named in the will.

DPRI/3/1834/T13   27 May 1834
will bond, penal sum £200; Robert COULTER, schoolmaster, of Cowpen Quay in the chapelry of Horton in the county of Northumberland
granted to Maria Adams or Coulter, widow and universal legatee named in the will, there being no Executor named.

DPRI/3/1834/T14   6 June 1834
will bond, penal sum £12,000; Francis PEACOCK, gentleman, of Wallsend in the county of Northumberland. Died October 1833
Granted to Francis Edwards Werge Peacock, son and Residuary Legatee named in the will, the sole Eexecutor Nathaniel Grace having duly renounced.

DPRI/3/1834/T15   13 June 1834
will bond, penal sum £200; John BROWN, gentleman, of Sherburn grange in the township of Sherburn in the county of Durham. Died 2 December 1832
granted to Margery Booth, the daughter and residuary Legatee named in the will; the named executors John Brown and Robert Darling having duly renounced

DPRI/3/1834/T16   17 June 1834
will bond, penal sum £600; William MCDONALD, spirit-merchant, of the Chapelry of Saint Hilda in South Shields in the county of Durham. Died 16 December 1833
administration granted to Mary McDonald, widow and residuary legatee during her widowhood; the executors and resdiuary legatees in trust, Christopher Lowes and Edward Coxon, having duly renounced.

DPRI/3/1834/T17   23 June 1834
will bond, penal sum £900; Martha PYLE, widow, of Whickham in the county of Durham
Granted to John Hughes Preston, nephew and one of the Residuary Legatees substituted in the will; there being no Executors named in the will and Susanah Moore, the mother and the Residuary Legatee for Life named in the will, having being persoanlly cited to appear and eccept Letters of Administration, neglected or declined to do so.

DPRI/3/1834/T18/1-3   28 June 1834
will bond, penal sum £10; Walter HERON, gentleman, of Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died July 1811
administration with the will annexed granted to George Tallentire Gibson limited to the testator's interest in property at Painter Street, Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1834/T19   1 July 1834
will bond, penal sum £3,000; Richard Brown GRAYDON, gentleman, of Buston burns in the parish of Warkworth Northumberland. Died 15 April 1834
Granted to Maria Eliza Fowen Spoor, sister and one of the next of kin of the deceased, Mary Graydon the mother and only other next of kin of the deceased having renounced.

DPRI/3/1834/T20   3 July 1834
will bond, penal sum £10; John DICKINSON, gentleman, of High Loveladyshield in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland. Died September 1808
administration granted to Joseph Dickinson, son and a legatee; Mary Dickinson, the relict executrix and residuary legatee having died

DPRI/3/1834/T21   5 July 1834
will bond, penal sum £200; Alexander PATTERSON, fisherman, of Holy Island in the county Palatine of Durham. Died 16 June 1831
Granted to Isabella Grey, the mother and curatrix of of George Grey, a minor aged 19 years,( named as Residuary Legatee in the will) as Asadministratrix until he shall attain the age of 21 years. The Executors named in the will, William Wilson and Rev. Anthony Watson, having duly renounced.

DPRI/3/1834/T22   11 July 1834
will bond, penal sum £2,000; Hannah HARRISON, wine-merchant, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham. Died 3 April 1834
Granted to Ann Elizabeth Harrison, the daughter and one of the Residuary Legatees named in the will. The surviving Executor George William Longridge together with the other survivng Legatees, Mary Colpitts Harrison, spinster; Sarah Harrison, spinster; and Colpitts Harrison, having duly renounced.

DPRI/3/1834/T23   13 August 1834
will bond, penal sum £400; James BEEZON, gentleman, of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to Ann Slater, sister and a legatee, there being no executor or residuary legatee named

DPRI/3/1834/T24/1-4   9 August 1834
will bond, penal sum £10; Matthew REED, gentleman, late of the leazes without the walls within the liberties of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne (chapelry of St Andrew), formerly of Gateshead in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Matthew Clayton limited to the testator's interest in property at Elsdon, Northumberland.

DPRI/3/1834/T25   19 August 1834
will bond, penal sum £900; Elizabeth ROBERTSON, widow, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
Granted to Archibald Hewitson, nephew and suviving Residuary Legatee. The Sole Executrix Mary Forster, the other Residuary Legatee survived the decased but has since died intestate.

DPRI/3/1834/T26   19 August 1834
will bond, penal sum £200; Henry FORSTER, wherryman, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to George Frederick Forster and Robert Forster, the sons and residuary legatees; Mary Forster, the sole executor and residuary legatee for life having died leaving the estate unadministered.

DPRI/3/1834/T27   11 September 1834
will bond, penal sum £400; Margaret HUDSON, widow, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
Granted to Mary Ann Hudson, step-daughter and universal legatee, there being no executor or residuary legatee named in the will.

DPRI/3/1834/T28   15 September 1834
will bond, penal sum £900; Joseph PURVIS, grocer, of Warkworth in the county of Northumberland
granted to Margaret Puvis and Isabella Gibb, the universal legatees named in the will, there being no executor named in the said will.

DPRI/3/1834/T29   20 September 1834
will bond, penal sum £900; Richard DOBSON, steward, land-agent, Streatlam hill house in the parish of Gainford, late of Gainford in the parish of Gainford in the county of Durham
granted to Ann Dobson, sister and only next of kin, and residuary legatee there being no executor named in the will.

DPRI/3/1834/T30   29 September 1834
will bond, penal sum £200; John GILBERT, the elder, master mariner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
granted to Ann Gilbert, widow and universal legatee, there being no executor named in the will.

DPRI/3/1834/T31   21 October 1834
will bond, penal sum £200; John TURNER, gardener, of Morpeth
Granted to Mary Ann Turner, widow and universal legatee for life, there being no executor named in the will.

DPRI/3/1834/T32/1-7   1 November 1834
will bond, penal sum £10; Charles WREN, esquire, of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 1832
grant of administration to John Burrell limited to the intestate's interest in property at the manor of Helmeden in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1834/T33   14 October 1834
will bond, penal sum £100; Henry STOREY, farmer, of Morcel hirst in the parish of Rothbury in the county of Northumberland
granted to William Storey, Henry Storey, Edward Storey, and John Storey, the sons and surviving residuary legatees above the age of 21 years. The other surviving residuary legatee James Storey being yet in his minority. William Storey and Henry Thornton the surviving executors named in the will and codicil having duly renounced. The other executors,Jane Storey the widow of the deceased, and Henry Storey are now also deceased.

DPRI/3/1834/T34   25 November 1834
will bond, penal sum £200; Jane STOCKLEY, wife of George Stockley, gardener, of Gilesgate in or near the city of Durham in the county of Durham
administration granted to George Stockley, husband and universal legatee for life; Joseph Renny Stockley the executor having died during the life of the testator

DPRI/3/1834/T35   28 November 1834
will bond, penal sum £400; Matthew DAVISON, gentleman, of Burdon in the county of Durham. Died 28 September 1834
granted to Mary Ann Davison and Jane Logan, daughters and two of residuary legatees of the deceased. Mary Davison the wife of the testator and residuary legatee for life named in the will having died during his lifetime. Margaret Davison and Lucy Smith, the other residuary legatees having renounced.

DPRI/3/1834/T36   27 November 1834
will bond, penal sum £1,200; John SIMM, blacksmith, of blue quarryes
granted to Francis Simm, Edward Simm, Percival Simm and Dorothy Pattison, the only children of the deceased and Universal legatees. There was no executor named in the will, and the widow Margaret Simm survived the deceased but has since died without executing the will.

DPRI/3/1834/T37   6 December 1834
will bond, penal sum £400; Margaret BROWN, widow, of Rock-lough-house
granted to Thomas Brown, the son and residuary legatee named in the will, there being no executor named in the will.

DPRI/3/1834/T38   27 June 1834
will bond, penal sum £1,200; Thomas HACKWORTH, farmer, of Hare law in the parish of Lanchester county of Durham
granted to Ralph Shevill, father and curator to Thomas Hackworth Shevill, a minor of the age of fifteen years, the grandson and residuary legatee of the deceased. John Watson and Edward Grey executors named in the will having renounced.

Administration bonds 1835
Reference: DPRI/3/1835/A
DPRI/3/1835/A1   19 January 1835
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann SLOAN, nee Armstrong, of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1835/A2   28 January 1835
administration bond, penal sum £100; Elizabeth COOKSON, of Houghton le Spring in the County of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A3   26 January 1835
administration bond, penal sum £900; Richard BROWN, minor without father, of Wylam in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A4   29 January 1835
administration bond, penal sum £400; Edward WILSON, fisherman, of Holy Island in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A5   3 February 1835
administration bond, penal sum £600; Robert WILLIS, farmer, of Horshill, Stanhope

DPRI/3/1835/A6   4 February 1835
administration bond, penal sum £600; Henry Brooke WALLACE, publican, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1835/A7   9 February 1835
administration bond, penal sum £100; John MILLER, publican, of the Earl Grey Inn, Sandgate in the chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1835/A8   4 February 1835
administration bond, penal sum £200; Mary NOBLE, widow, of Liverpool Street in the Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1835/A9   9 February 1835
administration bond, penal sum £8,000; John BURLINSON, engine-wright, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A10   13 February 1835
administration bond, penal sum £200; Joseph LAX, customs extraman, of Sunderland by the sea in the parish of Sunderland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A11/1   9 February 1835
administration bond, penal sum £900; Edward DIXON, architect, of Hartlepool in the county of Durham. Died 5 August 1834
administration granted to Elizabeth Langhorn, guardian; Elizabeth Dixon, relict, having died

DPRI/3/1835/A11/2-3   31 January 1835
acceptance of guardianship; Edward DIXON, architect, of Hartlepool in the county of Durham. Died 5 August 1834

DPRI/3/1835/A12/1-3   14 February 1835
administration bond, penal sum £10; Thomas VALENTINE, merchant, of the parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to Thomas Carr limited to the intestate's interest in property at Pilgrim Street, Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1835/A13   21 February 18351 October 1838
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Elizabeth AUSTIN, widow, of city of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A14   21 February 1835
administration bond, penal sum £600; Mary ROBSON, spinster, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1835/A15   23 February 1835
administration bond, penal sum £40; James LAMB, builder, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1835/A16   24 February 1835
administration bond, penal sum £400; Hugh MCKAY, army quartermaster sergeant, borough of Berwick upon Tweed, late quarter master serjeant in the 72nd Regiment of Foot

DPRI/3/1835/A17   25 February 1835
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Henry STEPHENSON, master mariner, bachelor, of North Shields

DPRI/3/1835/A18   11 August 1834
administration bond, penal sum £900; Thomas PAXTON, mariner, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1835/A19/1   11 August 1834
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; George LANDRETH, the younger, grocer, bachelor, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed. Died 5 July 1834
administration granted to James Landreth, brother.

DPRI/3/1835/A19/2-3   4 August 1834
renunciation; George LANDRETH, the younger, grocer, bachelor, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed. Died 5 July 1834
renunciation of George Landreth, father, and Oliver Landreth, John Landreth and Thomas Landreth, brothers.

DPRI/3/1835/A20   3 March 1835
administration bond, penal sum £400; Robert WARDLE, free porter, of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1835/A21/1-3   28 February 1835
administration bond, penal sum £10; Edward STAMP, gentleman, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Edward Allen limited to the intestate's interest in property at Dikehead, Elsdon.

DPRI/3/1835/A22   11 March 1835
administration bond, penal sum £40; Thomas OLIVER, running fitter, of Hetton Staiths in the parish of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A23   18 March 1835
administration bond, penal sum £1,400; Robert ANDERSON, master mariner, bachelor, of Westoe in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A24   18 March 1835
administration bond, penal sum £900; Mark WATSON, master mariner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A25/1   19 March 1835
administration bond, penal sum £900; Nicholas RIDLEY, farmer, of Ash Holme in the parish of Lambley in the county of Northumberland. Died 1 January 1835
administration granted to Elizabeth Gill, cousin and one of the next of kin.

DPRI/3/1835/A25/2   4 March 1835
renunciation; Nicholas RIDLEY, farmer, of Ash Holme in the parish of Lambley in the county of Northumberland. Died 1 January 1835
renunciation of Thomas and Tamar Thirlwall, cousin and one of the next of kin.

DPRI/3/1835/A26   24 March 1835
administration bond, penal sum £400; Elizabeth MARR, spinster, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A27   28 March 1835
administration bond, penal sum £900; Frederick ERRINGTON, esquire, bachelor, of Highwarden in the parish of Warden in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A28   1 April 1835
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas MURRAY, agent, of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A29   2 April 1835
administration bond, penal sum £400; Isabella HORN, formerly Isabella Neal widow, of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1835/A30   2 April 1835
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; John MOFFIT, cartwright, of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A31   4 April 1835
administration bond, penal sum £40; James BELL, miner, of Garragill in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A32   6 April 1835
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; James TAYLOR, clerk, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1835/A33   7 April 1835
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Mary SKINNER, of Stockton in the parish of Stockton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A34   7 April 1835
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Ann SKINNER, of Stockton in the parish of Stockton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A35/1   9 April 1835
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ann POTTS, formerly Ann Hewison widow, widow, of Harton in the parish of Jarrow in the county of Durham. Died 25 September 1834

DPRI/3/1835/A35/2-4   27 March 1835
election of guardian; Ann POTTS, formerly Ann Hewison widow, widow, of Harton in the parish of Jarrow in the county of Durham. Died 25 September 1834

DPRI/3/1835/A35/5-7   27 March 1835
acceptance of guardianship; Ann POTTS, formerly Ann Hewison widow, widow, of Harton in the parish of Jarrow in the county of Durham. Died 25 September 1834

DPRI/3/1835/A36   13 April 1835
administration bond, penal sum £400; Catherine STORY, spinster, of Merchants Hospital in the chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1835/A37   13 April 1835
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; John STORMONT, ship-owner, of Nile Street in North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A38   16 April 1835
administration bond, penal sum £400; Edward CHARLTON, farmer, bachelor, of Catchburn in the parish of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A39   20 April 1835
administration bond, penal sum £200; Joseph DUMBLING, surgeon, bachelor, of Chester le Street

DPRI/3/1835/A40   22 April 1835
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; George Falder CHRISP, husbandman, bachelor, of Prendwick in the parish of Alnham in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A41   22 April 1835
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Frances Ann CHRISP, spinster, of Rugley in the parish of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A42   24 April 1835
administration bond, penal sum £200; John Hudson ATKINSON, army lieutenant, of Longlee in the parish of Longhoughton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A43   18 April 1835
administration bond, penal sum £10; William HARDY, carrier, bachelor, of Sedgefield in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A44   27 April 1835
administration bond, penal sum £200; Nicholas HEDLEY, shopkeeper, of Sillburnfoot in the parish of Elsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A45   30 April 1835
administration bond, penal sum £40; John KIRSOP, sawyer, of the Close in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1835/A46   23 April 1835
administration bond, penal sum £600; Barkas SCOTT, solicitor, attorney-at-law, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A47/1   2 May 1835
administration bond, penal sum £200; James HOGARTH, teacher, bachelor, of Etal in the parish of Ford in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A47/2-4   24 April 1835
renunciation; James HOGARTH, teacher, bachelor, of Etal in the parish of Ford in the county of Northumberland
renunciation of John Hogarth, brother, nominating Mary Hogarth, sister, to take out administration

DPRI/3/1835/A48   6 May 1835
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; William PARKIN, gentleman, widower, of South Shields in the county of Durham
estate revalued at £1,500

DPRI/3/1835/A49   12 May 1835
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; John HARDCASTLE, floorcloth manufacturer, bachelor, of parochial chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1835/A50   16 May 1835
administration bond, penal sum £600; Patrick FAIR, farmer, bachelor, of Foulden Newton in the county of Berwick in North Britain

DPRI/3/1835/A51   19 May 1835
administration bond, penal sum £100; Thomas FORSTER, master mariner, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A52   22 May 1835
administration bond, penal sum £100; Robert REED, the elder, yeoman, of Bishop Middleham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A53   22 May 1835
administration bond, penal sum £100; John REED, army tailor, bachelor, of Bishop Middleham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A54   21 May 1835
administration bond, penal sum £400; Robert HETHERINGTON, miner, widower, of Alston in the county of Cumberland. Died December 1824
administration granted to Nicholas Hetherington, son and only next of kin above the age of twenty one years; the guardianship having ceased.

DPRI/3/1835/A55   21 May 1835
administration bond, penal sum £600; Thomas HETHERINGTON, cordwainer, bachelor, of Alston in the county of Cumberland. Died 23 June 1827
administration granted to Nicholas Hetherington, nephew and only next of kin above the age of twenty one years; the guardianship having ceased.

DPRI/3/1835/A56   22 May 1835
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas RICHARDSON, farmer, of New Ridley in the parish of Bywell Saint Peter in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A57   26 May 1835
administration bond, penal sum £400; John ANGUS, countryman, of Greenside in the parish of Ryton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A58   26 May 1835
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; John JACKSON, farmer, of Broomfield in the parish of Ryton in the county of Durham
administration granted to only child; the wife having survived the intestate but since died.

DPRI/3/1835/A59   29 May 1835
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Robert THEW, master mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A60   26 May 1835
administration bond, penal sum £400; James GRAHAM, minor, bachelor, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A61   9 May 1835
administration bond, penal sum £40; Nicholas FAIRLES, esquire, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A62   9 May 1835
administration bond, penal sum £40; Jane FAIRLES, widow, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A63   9 May 1835
administration bond, penal sum £40; Nicholas FAIRLES, the younger, gentleman, bachelor, of South Shields

DPRI/3/1835/A64   2 June 1835
administration bond, penal sum £400; John MADDISON, yeoman, widower, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the city of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A65   19 June 1835
administration bond, penal sum £600; Jane SMART, widow, of Sunderland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A66   23 June 1835
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; George POTTS, yeoman, bachelor, of New Road in the chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1835/A67   23 June 1835
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; James POTTS, yeoman, bachelor, of New Road in the chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1835/A68   27 June 1835
administration bond, penal sum £200; George MATTHEWS, cartwright, bachelor, of Greatham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A69   4 July 1835
administration bond, penal sum £400; John MULCASTER, gentleman, of Langley Mill Houses in the parish of Warden in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A70   9 July 1835
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Margaret SMITH, spinster, of Lough House in the parish of Stannington in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A71   10 July 1835
administration bond, penal sum £100; Francis SELBY, gentleman, bachelor, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A72   11 July 1835
administration bond, penal sum £200; James ARMSTRONG, mason, bachelor, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1835/A73   11 July 1835
administration bond, penal sum £400; William TURNBULL, mason, of Hylton Ferry Boat in the parish of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A74   15 July 1835
administration bond, penal sum £100; Thomas BROWN, labourer, bachelor, of Mason Dinnington in the parish of Ponteland in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A75   20 July 1835
administration bond, penal sum £100; Thomas MOOR, shipwright, of South Shields

DPRI/3/1835/A76   21 July 1835
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; John GARTHWAITE, yeoman, of Redheugh in the parish of Gateshead

DPRI/3/1835/A77   25 July 1835
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; William GRAHAM, carrier, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A78   27 July 1835
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; William JOBSON, farmer, of Mile-end in the parish of Whittingham in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A79   8 August 1835
administration bond, penal sum £900; Jonathan CANNEY, master mariner, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A80   8 August 1835
administration bond, penal sum £200; Joseph ROBSON, weaver, widower, of Canongate in Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A81   13 August 1835
administration bond, penal sum £400; Jane BUCKNELL, of Wolsingham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A82/1   15 August 1835
administration bond, penal sum £400; George SCOTT, grocer, widower, of Felling Shore in the chapelry of Heworth in the county of Durham. Died 1 May 1835

DPRI/3/1835/A82/2-3   12 August 1835
acceptance of guardianship; George SCOTT, grocer, widower, of Felling Shore in the chapelry of Heworth in the county of Durham. Died 1 May 1835

DPRI/3/1835/A83/1-2   14 August 1835
administration bond, penal sum £400; Sarah ALCOCK, of Liverpool in the county of Lancaster

DPRI/3/1835/A84   5 September 1835
administration bond, penal sum £200; John MITCHESON, gentleman, bachelor, of Shadforth in the parish of Pittington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A85   9 September 1835
administration bond, penal sum £400; Peter SMITH, bricklayer, of parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A86   7 September 1835
administration bond, penal sum £400; Jane HAW, spinster, of Darlington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A87   29 September 1835
administration bond, penal sum £400; Alexander FRASER, the younger, surgeon, bachelor, town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne, late of Ryton in the parish of Ryton in the county of Durham. Died 5 September 1835

DPRI/3/1835/A88   30 September 1835
administration bond, penal sum £900; Thomas PATTINSON, miller, of Thorp in the parish of Grindon in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A89   2 October 1835
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Mary PICKERSGILL, of Darlington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A90   2 October 1835
administration bond, penal sum £400; John CHARLTON, doctor, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A91   18 September 1835
administration bond, penal sum £500; William SMART, farmer, of Newport

DPRI/3/1835/A92/1   14 September 1835
administration bond, penal sum £1,400; John ANDERSON, farmer, widower, of Broomhill in the parish of Warkworth in the county of Northumberland. Died 9 May 1835
administration granted to the only son, the other children having renounced.

DPRI/3/1835/A92/2-3   9 September 1835
renunciation; John ANDERSON, farmer, widower, of Broomhill in the parish of Warkworth in the county of Northumberland. Died 9 May 1835
renunciation of Elizabeth Gowens and Phillis Young, daughters.

DPRI/3/1835/A93   7 October 1835
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; George HUMPHREY, farmer, bachelor, of Coneygarth in the parish of Bothal in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A94/1   8 October 1835
administration bond, penal sum £400; Whitfield HALL, weaver, widower, formerly of Broken Way Bar in the parish of Stanhope, late of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham. Died 1 September 1835
administration granted to Matthew Hall, son, the other son having renounced.

DPRI/3/1835/A95   14 October 1835
administration bond, penal sum £40; John ROBSON, builder, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1835/A96   14 October 1835
administration bond, penal sum £40; John MILES, tinman, of Sandgate in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1835/A97   13 October 1835
administration bond, penal sum £40; William ROBSON, innkeeper, of Monkwearmouth with the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A98   15 October 1835
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; William WADE, gentleman, bachelor, of West Auckland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A99   16 October 1835
administration bond, penal sum £900; Frances SMITH, of Darlington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A100   21 October 1835
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; John OLIVER, farmer, of Westgate in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A101   24 October 1835
administration bond, penal sum £900; Ann CARR, of Kirkwhelpington in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A102   29 October 1835
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Thomas BLACKETT, master mariner, of Summer Hill Terrace in the chapelry of Saint John, Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1835/A103   28 October 1835
administration bond, penal sum £200; Daniel ORDE, esquire, of Longridge in the parish of Norham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A104   28 October 1835
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Isabella DONKIN, widow, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A105   29 October 1835
administration bond, penal sum £40; John Morgan WILSON, mason, bachelor, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A106   2 November 1835
administration bond, penal sum £400; James CAIRNCROSS, bread-baker, of Sunderland near the sea in the parish of Sunderland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A107   2 November 1835
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Arthur MAIN, farmer, of Tineley in the parish of Ellingham in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A108   3 November 1835
administration bond, penal sum £900; James MURRAY, fisherman, bachelor, of Tweedmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A109   6 November 1835
administration bond, penal sum £200; Christopher MORLEY, smith, bachelor, of High Felling in the chapelry of Heworth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A110   4 November 1835
administration bond, penal sum £900; Richard LAMBERT, gentleman, bachelor, of Newbrough in the parish of Warden in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A111   11 November 1835
administration bond, penal sum £40; Thomas SEALES, linen-weaver, of Osmotherley in the county of York

DPRI/3/1835/A112   28 October 1835
administration bond, penal sum £400; Mary SOWERBY, widow, of Stainton in the parish of Gainford in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A113   11 November 1835
administration bond, penal sum £40; Catharine AVISON, widow, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A114   12 November 1835
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; George RIDLEY, ship-owner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
estate revalued at £2,000

DPRI/3/1835/A115   16 November 1835
administration bond, penal sum £600; George HALL, without parent, builder, bachelor, of Blenheim Street in the township of Westgate in the chapelry of Saint John in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A116   16 November 1835
administration bond, penal sum £200; Mary TURNBULL, without children, widow, of Botthell in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A117   17 November 1835
administration bond, penal sum £40; John ENSHAW, publican, of Sandgate in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1835/A118   17 November 1835
administration bond, penal sum £200; Hannah VARDY, without child or parent, widow, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1835/A119   19 November 1835
administration bond, penal sum £600; William MOFFETT, joiner, bachelor, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A120   16 November 1835
administration bond, penal sum £200; John PENNY, innkeeper, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1835/A121   27 November 1835
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Martha NELSON, without parent, spinster, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A122   28 November 1835
administration bond, penal sum £400; Hannah CARR, spinster, of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A123   30 November 1835
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; George BROWN, mason, builder, of Claypath in the parish of Saint Nicholas in or near the city of Durham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A124   1 December 1835
administration bond, penal sum £600; William RODGERS, master mariner, bachelor, of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A125/1   10 November 1835
administration bond, penal sum £900; William Wilson BANSON, gentleman, of Chester le Street in the county of Durham. Died 18 June 1832
administration granted to William Punshon Banson, son

DPRI/3/1835/A125/2-4   8 October 1835
renunciation; William Wilson BANSON, gentleman, of Chester le Street in the county of Durham. Died 18 June 1832
renunciation of Hannah Banson, widow and relict, and Sarah Hannah Banson and Henry Wilkinson Banson, the only other children of the intestate over the age of twenty one years.

DPRI/3/1835/A126/1   9 December 1835
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Elizabeth BUCHANAN, wife of John Buchanan yeoman, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland. Died 16 November 1814
administration granted to George Buchanan, son; the husband surviving has since died, the daughter having renounced and the son John Buchanan not having been heard of for many years.

DPRI/3/1835/A126/2-3   7 December 1835
renunciation; Elizabeth BUCHANAN, wife of John Buchanan yeoman, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland. Died 16 November 1814
renunciation of Jane Want, widow and daughter; and oath that one of the sons of the intestate many years ago left this country and went to India but has never since been heard of. Exhibited, 9 Dec 1835

DPRI/3/1835/A127   14 December 1835
administration bond, penal sum £600; William DAWSON, yeoman, of Sheriff Hill in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A128   16 December 1835
administration bond, penal sum £200; John GRAY, mariner, of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A129   18 December 1835
administration bond, penal sum £400; Bartholomew SCOTT, master mariner, of chapelry of All Saints in Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1835/A130   18 December 1835
administration bond, penal sum £400; George SMITH, master mariner, of South Blyth in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A131   23 December 1835
administration bond, penal sum £200; John BEST, master mariner, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/A132   24 December 1835
administration bond, penal sum £400; Richard LONGLEY, innkeeper, of North Dissington in the parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A133   24 December 1835
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann TURNBULL, without parent, spinster, of parish of Rothbury in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A134   26 December 1835
administration bond, penal sum £400; James NELSON, shoemaker, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1835/A135   29 December 1835
administration bond, penal sum £400; John BEWICK, coal-miner, of Hartley in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1835/A136/1   10 December 1835
administration bond, penal sum £400; Philip TODD, bastard, gentleman, bachelor, of Watchtrees in the parish of Haltwhistle in the county of Northumberland. Died 8 February 1834
grant of administration to George Maule, Treasury Solicitor, for the use of the Crown

DPRI/3/1835/A136/2-3   9 September 1835
warrant; Philip TODD, bastard, gentleman, bachelor, of Watchtrees in the parish of Haltwhistle in the county of Northumberland. Died 8 February 1834
warrant to the Advocate General and the Procurator General to obtain a grant of administration to George Maule, Treasury Solicitor

DPRI/3/1835/A136/4-6   5 November 1835
power of attorney; Philip TODD, bastard, gentleman, bachelor, of Watchtrees in the parish of Haltwhistle in the county of Northumberland. Died 8 February 1834
the Procurator General and the Advocate General appoint a Durham notary to exhibit the warrant and obtain a grant of administration to George Maule

DPRI/3/1835/A137/1   16 December 1835
administration bond, penal sum £600; Ann RAINE, widow, of Whorlton in the county of Durham. Died 27 March 1835
administration granted to Mary Raine, daughter and one of the next of kin; the other daughter (later) renounced.

DPRI/3/1835/A137/2-3   29 December 1835
renunciation; Ann RAINE, widow, of Whorlton in the county of Durham. Died 27 March 1835
renunciation of Jane Parkin, daughter

Will bonds 1835
Reference: DPRI/3/1835/T
DPRI/3/1835/T1   7 January 1835
will bond, penal sum £200; Elizabeth BREWSTER, widow, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
granted to Eleanor Dalziel, nee Mills, the niece and universal legatee. John Mills the sole executor having declined to appear; and William Crowe, grandson and universal legatee died before age of 21 years.

DPRI/3/1835/T2   16 January 1835
will bond, penal sum £400; James DOUGLASS, joiner, cabinet-maker, of Claypath in the city of Durham
granted to George Raine & Mary Raine spinster, uncle and aunt, curators of Mary Douglass aged 19 years and John James Douglass aged 17 years, the children and only surviving next of kin of the deceased. Phoebe Douglass, the widow and sole executrix and residuary legatee named in the will having since died without executing the will.

DPRI/3/1835/T3   28 January 1835
will bond, penal sum £400; Joseph MAGALL, mason, of Bellgrove house
granted to Elizabeth Magall, widow and universal legatee named in the will, there being no executor named.

DPRI/3/1835/T4   6 February 1835
will bond, penal sum £900; Robert BROWN, stone-merchant, of High Felling in the county of Durham
granted to Margaret Brown widow and universal legatee. John Brown and Robert Tate the trustees and executors named in the will having renounced.

DPRI/3/1835/T5   9 February 1835
will bond, penal sum £400; Elizabeth SMITH, widow, of Egglescliffe in the county of Durham
granted to William Wetherell and Anne Robinson, nephew and niece and residuary legatees substituted in the will. Dorothy Wetherell the sole executrx and residuary legatee named in the will, having died in the lifetime of the testator

DPRI/3/1835/T6   21 February 1835
will bond, penal sum £2,000; John STOTT, blacksmith, of New Lambton in the county of Durham
administration granted to George Maule, administrator of John Wylam, the sole executor and residuary legatee who died without executing the will

DPRI/3/1835/T7   20 December 1834
will bond, penal sum £2,000; Jacob VICKERS, farmer, of Frosterly in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham. Died 31 July 1833
granted to John Vickers and Jacob Vickers, children and two of the residuary legatees named in the will. Cuthbert Bainbridge, George Bargate and William Hissop the executors and residuary legatees in trust having renounced.

DPRI/3/1835/T8   16 March 1835
will bond, penal sum £400; James HUDSON, marine-store dealer, of Sandgate new road Newcastle upon Tyne
granted to Esther Hudson the widow and universal legatee named in the will, there being no executor named in the will.

DPRI/3/1835/T9   17 March 1835
will bond, penal sum £3,000; William BLACKLOCK, farmer, of Monkhouse in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland. Died 18 September 1834
granted to Mary Blacklock daughter and one of the residuary legatees named in the will. James Lesslie, Thomas Storer Dobinson, Thomas Alexander and Richard Medcalf, the executors; and William Blacklock and Sarah Blacklock spinster the other residuary legatees having duly renounced.

DPRI/3/1835/T10   18 March 1835
will bond, penal sum £600; Christopher WEETMAN, shipwright, of South Shields in the county of Durham
granted to Thomas Weetman and Jane Scott, the children and only residuary legatees over the age of 21 years. Ann Weetman the widow and universal legatee during her widowhood and sole executrix having survived but has since died without taking up administration. Ann Weetman and Mary Weetman, spinsters, the children and other residuary legatees still in their minority.

DPRI/3/1835/T11/1-4   28 March 1835
will bond, penal sum £10; Priscilla ATLEE, widow, of Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to Ralph Walter limited to the intestate's interest in property at High Street, Westgate, Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1835/T12   9 April 1835
will bond, penal sum £3,000; William EMERSON, mercer, draper, of Monk Wearmouth shore in the county of Durham. Died 29 October 1834
granted to Esther Emerson widow and universal legatee during her widowhood. Mathew Cowan Emerson, brother and sole executor and residuary legatee in trust named in the will having duly renounced.

DPRI/3/1835/T13   7 May 1835
will bond, penal sum £600; Richard HICKSON, gentleman, of Dalton le Dale in the county of Durham
administration granted to Mary Hickson, widow and administratrix of Robert Hickson, who was the sole executor and residuary legatee named in the will, having died leaving the will unadministered.

DPRI/3/1835/T14   15 May 1835
will bond, penal sum £1,600; Richard ELLIDGE, methodist preacher, methodist preacher, stationed in the Chesterfield circuit in the county of Derby, late of the city of Durham
estate revalued at £800

DPRI/3/1835/T15/1   28 April 1834
will bond, penal sum £4,000; William ROBINSON, merchant, of Blyth in the county of Northumberland. Died 23 July 1833
granted to Elizabeth Carnaby (formerly Wilson) widow, mother and guardian of Robinson Wilson and Edward Davidson Wilson, only children of William Wilson and Elizabeth Wilson (now Carnaby), and as such the deceased's residuary legatees; the executors, James Thoburn and Robert Pattison, having died without proving the will.

DPRI/3/1835/T15/2   28 April 1835
affidavit; William ROBINSON, merchant, of Blyth in the county of Northumberland. Died 23 July 1833
affidavit of sureties

DPRI/3/1835/T15/3-4   10 January 1834
acceptance of guardianship; William ROBINSON, merchant, of Blyth in the county of Northumberland. Died 23 July 1833

DPRI/3/1835/T16   1 June 1835
will bond, penal sum £1,600; Richard SCOTT, corver, of North Shore Newcastle
granted to John Scott brother and only next of kin and a universal legatee, there being no executor named in the will.

DPRI/3/1835/T17/1   5 June 1835
will bond, penal sum £400; Matthew FAIRS, common brewer, of Greatham in the county of Durham
administration granted to William Chicken, uncle and guardian to Elizabeth, Mary, Jane Elizabeth, Maria, Anna and Matthew Fairs, the only children and residuary legatees; Mary Fairs the wife and sole executrix survived but has since died without proving the will.

DPRI/3/1835/T17/2-3   4 June 1835
election of guardian; Matthew FAIRS, common brewer, of Greatham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1835/T18   3 June 1834
will bond, penal sum £200; Arthur LEE, farmer, of Hill End in Teasdale Forest in the parish of Middleton and county of Durham
granted to Mary Lee widow and sole executrix of Lawrence Lee, who was universal legatee and sole executor named in the will, who survived the testator but has since died.

DPRI/3/1835/T19   9 June 1835
will bond, penal sum £1,200; William BURNUP, yeoman, of Shafto House in the parish of Lanchester and county of Durham. Died 10 November 1834
granted to Elizabeth Thirlaway sister and residuary legatee; Matthew Newton the sole executor having renounced.

DPRI/3/1835/T20/1-3   7 June 1835
will bond, penal sum £10; John DUNN, farmer, yeoman, formerly of Benknowle in the parish of Hart, Hart-Warren in the Parish of Hart in the county of Durham
grant of administration to Anthony Wilson Dobing limited to the intestate's interest in property at Stranton, County Durham

DPRI/3/1835/T21   29 June 1835
will bond, penal sum £800; John SPOTTISWOOD, otherwise Spotswood, shopkeeper, yeoman, formerly of Newcastle upon Tyne , late of Stockton in the county of Durham. Died 22 September 1834
granted to Lettia Carr, daughter and one of the residuary legatees; the executors and residuary legatees in trust, and the widow and residuary legatee for life, Elizabeth Spottiswood, all having renounced.

DPRI/3/1835/T22   15 July 1835
will bond, penal sum £200; Joseph Bell AYNSLEY, gentleman, of William Street Arthurs Hill in the township of Westgate near Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 28 April 1835
granted to Mary Forster, the universal legatee subsituted in the will; the sole executor having renounced, and the widow and universal legatee for life having since died.

DPRI/3/1835/T23   15 July 1835
will bond, penal sum £1,600; Edward HEWSON, coach-maker, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 25 May 1835
granted to Sarah Hewson, widow and residuary legatee during her widowhood; the executors named in the will having renounced.

DPRI/3/1835/T24   16 July 1835
will bond, penal sum £1,600; Elizabeth NICHOLSON, spinster, of Lone End in the parish of Norham in the county palantine of Durham
administration granted to Mary Mackie, Grace Young and Grace Friar Nicholson, the neices and residuary legatees; the executors survived the testator but have since died without executing the will.

DPRI/3/1835/T25   1 August 1835
will bond, penal sum £1,600; Anthony Robert TAYLOR, gentleman, of Sedgcletch in the township of Newbottle in the county of Durham
granted to Robert Robinson Taylor, brother and one of the residuary legatees for life; the executors and residuary legatees in trust having renounced.

DPRI/3/1835/T26   3 August 1835
will bond, penal sum £600; George HUTCHINSON, mason, of Corbridge in the county of Northumberland
granted to Robert Hutchinson, brother and principal legatee, there being no executor or residuary legatee named in the will.

DPRI/3/1835/T27   16 June 1835
will bond, penal sum £600; William GIBBON, brazier, of South Shields in the county of Durham. Died 16 March 1835
granted to Mary Gibbon widow and residuary legatee during her widowhood; the executor and residuary legatee in trust having renounced.

DPRI/3/1835/T28   22 August 1835
will bond, penal sum £1,200; Sarah RAISBECK, spinster, of Stockton on Tees in the county of Durham. Died 17 June 1835
granted to Leonard Raisbeck, son and only next of kin, there being no executor or residuary legatee named.

DPRI/3/1835/T29   29 August 1835
will bond, penal sum £400; Hannah MOODY, spinster, of Claypath
granted to John Moody, William Moody, Sarah Bainbridge, Ellen Taylor, and Mary Moody, brothers and sisters and surviving residuary legatees. The sole executor and residuary legatee in trust having renounced; Catherine Robson sister of deceased and the other residuary legatee survived the testator but has since died.

DPRI/3/1835/T30   28 August 1835
will bond, penal sum £1,600; John BULLIN, master mariner, formerly of Blyth in the county of Northumberland, late of the no.18 Great Hermitage Street in the parish of St George Middlesex
granted to Jane Mullin, relict and residuary legatee during her widowhood, there being no executor named in the will.

DPRI/3/1835/T31/1-4   5 September 1835
will bond, penal sum £10; James BURNETT, esquire, of Borough and parish of Berwick upon Tweed
grant of administration to George Smith limited to the intestate's interest in property at Horncliffe, County Durham

DPRI/3/1835/T32   5 September 1835
will bond, penal sum £3,000; Margaret HUTCHINSON, widow, of city of Durham
granted to William Bernard Ogden and Thomas Mounsey, the residual legatees in trust there being no executor named in the will.

DPRI/3/1835/T33   22 September 1835
will bond, penal sum £400; John POTTS, cabinet-maker, of Norton in the county of Durham. Died 7 February 1834
granted to Jane Potts, widow and universal legatee during widowhood. The executors and residuary legatees in trust having renounced.

DPRI/3/1835/T34   19 September 1835
will bond, penal sum £18,000; John TURNBULL, farmer, of Castlehills within the liberties of the Borough of Berwick upon Tweed. Died 11 February 1831
granted to George Turnbull, nephew and residuary legatee substituted in the will and codicils; Eleanor Turnbull died leaving the will unadministered.

DPRI/3/1835/T35   3 October 1835
will bond, penal sum £40; Robert PEARSON, esquire, of Unthank Hall in the county of Northumberland
granted to Percival Fenwick, a creditor of the deceased; Anne Mary Pearson the widow, sole executor and residuary legatee having refused or declined to execute the will.

DPRI/3/1835/T36   7 October 1835
will bond, penal sum £3,000; John REVELL, gentleman, of Howick in the county of Northumberland. Died March 1835
granted to Susanna Revell, the widow and Universal legatee for life; the executors and residual legatees in trust named in the will having renounced.

DPRI/3/1835/T37/1   14 October 1835
will bond, penal sum £400; John PATTINSON, master mariner, of Thorp in the parish of Grindon in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Mary Pattinson, mother and surviving legatee, there being no executor or residuary legatee named

DPRI/3/1835/T37/2-3   30 September 1835
proxy of consent; John PATTINSON, master mariner, of Thorp in the parish of Grindon in the county of Durham
consent by Mary Pattinson, Ann Sheraton, Thomas Pattinson, brother and sisters

DPRI/3/1835/T38   13 October 1835
will bond, penal sum £1,200; Jane HOGG, widow, of Glanton in the parish of Whittingham in the county of Northumberland
granted to Barbara Hedley, widow, and John Bunyie, the surviving residuary legatees for life named in the will; the executor John Turnbull having since died with the will undaministered.

DPRI/3/1835/T39   17 October 1835
will bond, penal sum £400; William BREWIN, gentleman, of Woodbine Terrace in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham. Died 25 July 1835
administration granted to Margaret Brewin, widow and guardian of Ralph Brewin Hale, a minor and residuary legatee substituted in the will. David Belough and Thomas Jackson, eexcutors and guardians named in the will having renounced; and Elizabeth Briggs, the residuary legatee so long as she remain unmarried also having renounced.

DPRI/3/1835/T40   4 November 1835
will bond, penal sum £900; John STOKELD, blacksmith, publican, of Ryhope in the county of Durham. Died 6 August 1823
granted to Isabella Stokeld, daughter and one of the universal legatees, there being no executor named in the will.

DPRI/3/1835/T41   18 November 1835
will bond, penal sum £400; John FORDY, potter, of Sheriff hill in the county of Durham
granted to Thomas Patterson, a creditor of the deceased; the executors named in the will, Thomas Thompson and Robert Reay, having declined to execute the will

DPRI/3/1835/T42   8 December 1835
will bond, penal sum £2,000; Elizabeth NICHOLSON, spinster, of Lone End in the parish of Norham in the county palantine of Durham
estate revalued at £1,000

Administration bonds 1836
Reference: DPRI/3/1836/A
DPRI/3/1836/A1   17 December 1835
administration bond, penal sum £400; Rebecca DODDS, without child or parent, widow, of North Grange in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A2   6 January 1836
administration bond, penal sum £400; James EMMERSON, master mariner, of Felling Shore in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A3   9 January 1836
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas GRAY, butcher, publican, of Windy Nook in the chapelry of Heworth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A4   12 January 1836
administration bond, penal sum £40; John HESLOP, a soldier in His Majestys 16th Regiment of Lancers, army soldier, bachelor, of Gilligate in or near the city of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A5   16 January 1836
administration bond, penal sum £200; Barbara FENWICK, of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A6   16 January 1836
administration bond, penal sum £200; Cathrine BURDON, without parent, spinster, of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A7   16 January 1836
administration bond, penal sum £600; William SCOTT, master mariner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A8   18 January 1836
administration bond, penal sum £200; Mary ROBINSON, of Greenside in the parish of Ryton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A9   20 January 1836
administration bond, penal sum £100; William TOWARD, miner, of parish of Middleton in Teesdale in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A10   25 January 1836
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas SWINBURN, farmer, of Hedley in the parish of Ovingham in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A11   28 January 1836
administration bond, penal sum £400; Eleanor STEPHENSON, spinster, of Felton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A12   30 January 1836
administration bond, penal sum £200; John ROBBINS, grocer, of Silver Street in the parish of Saint Nicholas in or near the city of Durham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A13   30 January 1836
administration bond, penal sum £10; William FAWCETT, weaver, of Darlington in the county of Durham. Died 20 December 1835

DPRI/3/1836/A14   27 January 1836
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; William STONEHOUSE, farmer, of Greatham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A15   1 February 1836
administration bond, penal sum £100; Hannah WILKIE, nee Meggison, of Gilesgate in or near the city of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A16   7 January 1836
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Mary Anne TULIP, spinster, of Pallinsburn East Field in the parish of Ford in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A17   4 February 1836
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Ralph Brignall FENWICK, Brignell, viewer, bachelor, of Dipton in the parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A18   3 February 1836
administration bond, penal sum £900; Lancelot JOHNSON, cooper, of Barnard Castle in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A19   5 February 1836
administration bond, penal sum £200; George DOBSON, clerk, of Felton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A20   6 February 1836
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; William TATE, without child or parent, land-agent, widower, of Harton in the chapelry of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A21   6 February 1836
administration bond, penal sum £600; Jane WHEATLEY, widow, of Newgate Street in the chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1836/A22   12 February 1836
administration bond, penal sum £100; Eleanor WELCH, widow, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A23   13 February 1836
administration bond, penal sum £900; William BURNIP, farmer, of Offerton in the chapelry of Painshaw in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A24/1   13 February 1836
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; John RUDD, farmer, of Cleaves Cross in the parish of Merrington in the county of Durham. Died 7 December 1835
administration granted to William Rudd and John Rudd, two of the sons and next of kin

DPRI/3/1836/A24/2-4   25 January 1836
renunciation; John RUDD, farmer, of Cleaves Cross in the parish of Merrington in the county of Durham. Died 7 December 1835
renunciation of the widow, and Alice Thompson, Margaret Rudd, Ann Rudd, George Rudd and Thomas Rudd, children

DPRI/3/1836/A25/1   17 February 1836
administration bond, penal sum £400; Cuthbert RAMSAY, without parent, grocer, bachelor, of Butcher Bank in the chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 14 November 1835
administration granted to Joseph Ramsay and John Ramsay, brothers and two of the next of kin

DPRI/3/1836/A25/2-3   17 February 1836
renunciation; Cuthbert RAMSAY, without parent, grocer, bachelor, of Butcher Bank in the chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 14 November 1835
renunciation of Jane Roe, sister and one of the next of kin

DPRI/3/1836/A26   19 February 1836
administration bond, penal sum £200; Edward GRAY, yeoman, widower, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A27   29 February 1836
administration bond, penal sum £900; Mary ABBS, widow, of Fulwell in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A28   4 March 1836
administration bond, penal sum £900; Thomas MIDFORD, master mariner, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1836/A29   5 March 1836
administration bond, penal sum £600; Edward ALLEN, tailor, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A30   6 March 1836
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Matthew HANDCOCK, farmer, of Snook Hill in the parish of Winlaton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A31   6 March 1836
administration bond, penal sum £400; John CRAMB, minister of the gospel, clerk, of Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1836/A32/1-3   21 March 1836
administration bond, penal sum £10; James YOUNG, shoemaker, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Thomas Harrison limited to the intestate's interest in property at Alnwick

DPRI/3/1836/A33   21 March 1836
administration bond, penal sum £40; Henry HALLIDAY, master mariner, of Sunderland near the sea in the parish of Sunderland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A34   28 March 1836
administration bond, penal sum £100; Robert TATE, quarryman, widower, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1836/A35   29 March 1836
administration bond, penal sum £400; Henry PEARSON, labourer, of Boldon in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A36   30 March 1836
administration bond, penal sum £1,400; Robert YOUNG, draper, widower, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A37   19 March 1836
administration bond, penal sum £40; Tibby HIND, of Nenthead in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A38   9 April 1836
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Edward HINDE, solicitor, gentleman, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham. Died 27 April 1829
estate re-valued

DPRI/3/1836/A39   5 April 1836
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ralph WAGGOTT, pitman, of the Ouseburn without the walls but within the liberties of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne but in that part of the said town which is in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A40   29 March 1836
administration bond, penal sum £400; Joseph TREWICK, gentleman, widower, of Nile Street in Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A41   2 April 1836
administration bond, penal sum £200; Joseph BOWMAN, yeoman, of Broadpot in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A42   9 April 1836
administration bond, penal sum £400; John BARRON, farmer, of Bullions in the chapelry of Shotley in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A43   12 April 1836
administration bond, penal sum £800; Thomas PATTERSON, gentleman, of Queens Square in the chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1836/A44   12 April 1836
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; George PATRICK, attorney-at-law, of Hall Garth Street in or near the city of Durham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A45   16 April 1836
administration bond, penal sum £400; Tristam LAWS, farmer, of Barmoor Leazes in the chapelry of Tanfield in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A46   16 April 1836
administration bond, penal sum £400; William MOORCOCK, master mariner, of Stockton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A47   19 April 1836
administration bond, penal sum £400; John MARGETTS, shoemaker, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A48   13 April 1836
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas NELSON, tailor, of Felton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A49   18 April 1836
administration bond, penal sum £600; William BROWN, shoemaker, bachelor, of Mason Dinnington in the parish of Ponteland in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A50   21 April 1836
administration bond, penal sum £900; Margaret BRASS, widow of Samuel Brass, corkcutter, widow, of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1836/A51   25 April 1836
administration bond, penal sum £200; Richard PARKER, chain-maker, of parish of Winlaton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A52   29 April 1836
administration bond, penal sum £200; Mark ARCHER, turner, of Swalwell in the parish of Whickham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A53   29 April 1836
administration bond, penal sum £200; Richard RICHARDSON, shoemaker, of Cockerton in the parish of Darlington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A54   2 May 1836
administration bond, penal sum £200; Sarah BELL, spinster, of Walbottle in the parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A55   5 May 1836
administration bond, penal sum £40; Thomas DYKES, mariner, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A56
Missing bond (or number not used)

DPRI/3/1836/A57   7 May 1836
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ann ROBERTS, without child or parent, widow, of South Blyth in the parish of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A58   9 May 1836
administration bond, penal sum £900; William ORRICK, river pilot, of chapelry of All Saints within the liberties of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 7 January 1836

DPRI/3/1836/A59   9 May 1836
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; William CLARK, surgeon, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A60   12 May 1836
administration bond, penal sum £40; George LIDDELL, joiner, of Haltwhistle in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A61   7 May 1836
administration bond, penal sum £200; George WILLIS, miner, of Stanhope in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A62   17 May 1836
administration bond, penal sum £900; Elizabeth TATE, widow, of Stella in the parish of Ryton in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A63   23 May 1836
administration bond, penal sum £600; Robert THOMPSON, master mariner, of Sandhill in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1836/A64   27 May 1836
administration bond, penal sum £200; Matthew BAGLEY, mariner, bachelor, of Darlington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A65   27 May 1836
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert JOHNSON, cooper, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A66   21 May 1836
administration bond, penal sum £600; Johnson COPLAND, mariner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A67   6 June 1836
administration bond, penal sum £200; Maria BUTTERFIELD, spinster, of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A68   8 June 1836
administration bond, penal sum £559; John TROBE, farmer, bachelor, of Longdyke in the parish of Shilbottle in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A69/1   9 June 1836
administration bond, penal sum £400; Isabella SHIELDS, spinster, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland. Died 9 May 1816
the intestate was survived by her mother, Jane Shields, who herself died without taking letters of administration. Jane Shields was in turn survived by her niece, Ann Lindsay, also since deceased. Administration granted to William Lindsay, a son of Ann Lindsay

DPRI/3/1836/A69/2-4   26 April 1836
renunciation; Isabella SHIELDS, spinster, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland. Died 9 May 1816
renunciation of Thomas Lindsay, Margaret Lindsay, Sarah Lindsay, George Lindsay, and Ann Gwynne, the siblings of William Lindsay.

DPRI/3/1836/A70   16 June 1836
administration bond, penal sum £400; John FALCUS, waterman, of Saint Clarence in the chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1836/A71   20 June 1836
administration bond, penal sum £400; Mary DYER, widow, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to William Robinson Lishman, the father and guardian of William Sheville Lishman, Edward Hudson Lishman and Mary Julia Lishman, all minors and grandchildren of the intestate. administration granted for the benefit of the grandchildren.

DPRI/3/1836/A72   18 June 1836
administration bond, penal sum £40; James ARMSTRONG, land-agent, of Heddon on the Wall in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A73   15 June 1836
administration bond, penal sum £400; William BOLAM, farmer, of Haverton Hill in the parish of Billingham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A74/1   17 June 1836
administration bond, penal sum £12,000; George ESTELL, grocer, ship-owner, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 5 February 1836
administration was subsequently nullified, and the will was proved in 1837

DPRI/3/1836/A74/2-3   16 May 1836
election of guardian; George ESTELL, grocer, ship-owner, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 5 February 1836

DPRI/3/1836/A74/4-5   17 May 1836
acceptance of guardianship; George ESTELL, grocer, ship-owner, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 5 February 1836

DPRI/3/1836/A75   2 July 1836
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Mary LEE, spinster, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1836/A76   5 July 1836
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; William BROWN, ironmonger, of parochial chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1836/A77   5 July 1836
administration bond, penal sum £200; John MARSHALL, excise officer, of the borough of Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1836/A78   5 July 1836
administration bond, penal sum £400; John SMITH, master mariner, bachelor, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A79   25 June 1836
administration bond, penal sum £200; Isabella Jane BUNTING, spinster, of Portsmouth in the county of Southampton

DPRI/3/1836/A80   25 June 1836
administration bond, penal sum £100; John Roddam BUNTING, planter, bachelor, of parish of Portland in the Island of Jamaica

DPRI/3/1836/A81   2 April 1836
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Edward ROBSON, farmer, formerly of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland, late of Cottingwood near Morpeth

DPRI/3/1836/A82   13 July 1836
administration bond, penal sum £900; George HINDMARSH, without father, farmer, bachelor, of Middle Coldside in the parish of Mitford in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A83/1   16 July 1836
administration bond, penal sum £400; Elizabeth SWEETING, without parent, spinster, of Olive Street in Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham. Died 2 February 1836
administration granted to Mary Middleton, sister and one of the next of kin

DPRI/3/1836/A83/2-4   9 June 1836
renunciation; Elizabeth SWEETING, without parent, spinster, of Olive Street in Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham. Died 2 February 1836
renunciation of Thomas Sweeting, Jane Jobling, Ann Clark and Richard Sweeting, siblings

DPRI/3/1836/A84   21 July 1836
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Robert BRADSHAW, rope-maker, of Bosella Place in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A85   26 July 1836
administration bond, penal sum £900; Ann PATTERSON, widow, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1836/A86   26 July 1836
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert HARDINGHAM, tide-waiter, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1836/A87   2 August 1836
administration bond, penal sum £600; Thomas ROBINSON, without parent, master mariner, bachelor, of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A88   1 August 1836
administration bond, penal sum £400; Edward ROBSON, gardener, formerly of Gateshead in the county of Durham, late of Prudhoe Street in the chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1836/A89   2 August 1836
administration bond, penal sum £900; John DAVISON, farmer, of Spindlestone in the parish of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A90   16 August 1836
administration bond, penal sum £200; George BOWDEN, without parent, mariner, bachelor, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A91   17 August 1836
administration bond, penal sum £40; Wilkinson NEWBURN, wood-turner, of West Row Stockton on Tees in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A92   17 August 1836
administration bond, penal sum £100; Thomas LEE, grocer, of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A93/1   26 August 1836
administration bond, penal sum £200; Isabella BOLAM, without parent, spinster, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 27 April 1836
administration granted to brother and one of the next of kin

DPRI/3/1836/A93/2-3   25 August 1836
renunciation; Isabella BOLAM, without parent, spinster, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 27 April 1836
renunciation of sister and one of the next of kin

DPRI/3/1836/A94   31 August 1836
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; James William CUFF, esquire, of North Durham Street Sunderland in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A95   31 August 1836
administration bond, penal sum £900; John LAIDLER, farmer, of Deanham in the parish of Hartburn in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A96   1 September 1836
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; John HARDCASTLE, floorcloth manufacturer, bachelor, of parochial chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
reassessment of value of estate

DPRI/3/1836/A97   7 September 1836
administration bond, penal sum £100; Margaret COOK, widow, of Saugh House in the parish of Hardburn in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A98   3 September 1836
administration bond, penal sum £12,000; Robert YOUNG, corn-merchant, bachelor, of Alnmouth in the Parish of Lesbury in the county of Northumberland
reassessment of value of estate

DPRI/3/1836/A99/1   13 September 1836
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Dorothy BACON, widow, of Whitburn in the county of Durham. Died 7 July 1836
administration granted to the son of the deceased

DPRI/3/1836/A99/2-3   29 August 1836
renunciation; Dorothy BACON, widow, of Whitburn in the county of Durham. Died 7 July 1836
renunciation of the four daughters

DPRI/3/1836/A100   21 September 1836
administration bond, penal sum £400; Joseph FENWICK, schoolmaster, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hild in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A101   23 September 1836
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; James WRIGHT, ship-owner, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A102   3 October 1836
administration bond, penal sum £400; John SKEE, without parent, master mariner, bachelor, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A103   3 October 1836
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann PATRICK, of Haggerston in the paprish of Kyloe in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A104   30 September 1836
administration bond, penal sum £900; Margaret SMITH, widow, of township of Westoe in the parish of Jarrow in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A105   10 October 1836
administration bond, penal sum £300; George KELSEY, yeoman, of Raceby Hill in the township of Garmonsway Moor in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A106   14 October 1836
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas TWEDDELL, farmer, bachelor, of Bill House in the parish of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to brother; the earlier administrix having died.

DPRI/3/1836/A107   15 October 1836
administration bond, penal sum £400; George LINTON, the younger, veterinary surgeon, of Witton le Wear in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A108   15 October 1836
administration bond, penal sum £900; John BIRD, gentleman, of Chester le Street in the County of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A109   15 October 1836
administration bond, penal sum £40; John GALLON, blacksmith, of Capheaton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A110   14 October 1836
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Phillis COOPER, widow, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A111   17 October 1836
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Job WAUGH, farmer, bachelor, of Broomhouses in the parish of Haltwhistle in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A112   20 October 1836
administration bond, penal sum £200; Joseph SIMPSON, without parent, chair-maker, bachelor, of Elswick Street Westgate Hilll in the chapelry of Saint John in or near Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1836/A113   19 October 1836
administration bond, penal sum £900; Jane MACHRETH, spinster, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1836/A114   20 October 1836
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; William BOWIE, master mariner, bachelor, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A115   21 October 1836
administration bond, penal sum £900; Henry HASTINGS, bleacher, of Barmston in the parish of Washington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A116   22 October 1836
administration bond, penal sum £900; Thomas LIVERICK, miner, widower, of Nenthead in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A117   24 October 1836
administration bond, penal sum £100; Jane PATTISON, widow, of Gateshead High Fell in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A118   25 October 1836
administration bond, penal sum £100; Matthew LIDDLE, miller, of Wolsingham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A119   22 October 1836
administration bond, penal sum £200; Jane STUPART, without child, widow, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A120   27 October 1836
administration bond, penal sum £200; George WOOD, cordwainer, of Haydon Bridge in the chapelry of Haydon in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A121/1   28 October 1836
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Robert ANDERSON, gentleman, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Mary Dodds, only child

DPRI/3/1836/A121/2-3   7 October 1836
renunciation; Robert ANDERSON, gentleman, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
renunciation of the deceased's widow

DPRI/3/1836/A122   25 October 1836
administration bond, penal sum £400; William MITCHELL, farmer, of Nunriding in the parish of Mitford in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A123/1-3   31 October 1836
administration bond, penal sum £10; Ralph HERON, esquire, widower, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to Matthew Clayton limited to the intestate's interest in property at Newcastle upon Tyne; the earlier administrator having died

DPRI/3/1836/A124/1   4 November 1836
administration bond, penal sum £100; Elizabeth STOKER, widow, of South Shields in the county of Durham
administration granted to Isabella Stoker, daughter and one of the next of kin

DPRI/3/1836/A125   3 November 1836
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; John SCOTT, formerly a private in H.M. 17th Regiment of Foot, but late a private in H.M. 70th Regiment of Foot, army private, bachelor, of Youghall in the county of Cork in Ireland

DPRI/3/1836/A126   11 November 1836
administration bond, penal sum £400; Elizabeth HAIGH, widow, of Crosgate in the chapelry of Saint Margarets in or near the city of Durham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A127   5 November 1836
administration bond, penal sum £400; William MOFFIT, weaver, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A128/1   9 November 1836
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Jane NICHOLSON, widow, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed
administration granted to Cicely NcGhie, daughter and one of the next of kin

DPRI/3/1836/A128/2-3   7 November 1836
renunciation; Jane NICHOLSON, widow, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed
renunciation of George Kerr Nicholson and Eleanor Sanderson, two of the children and the only other next of kin

DPRI/3/1836/A129   12 November 1836
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; John STOREY, minor, of Powburn in the parish of Whittingham in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A130   12 November 1836
administration bond, penal sum £100; William BOWREY, without child, labourer, widower, of West Boldon in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A131   14 November 1836
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Ebenezer FROST, without parent, ship-broker, insurance broker, bachelor, of parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A132   21 November 1836
administration bond, penal sum £900; Ralph Henry JACKSON, yeoman, of Great Lumley in the parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A133   19 November 1836
administration bond, penal sum £200; Margaret BELL, spinster, of Gibside in the parish of Whickham in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A134   22 November 1836
administration bond, penal sum £500; Nancy CRAWFORD, of Barnard Castle in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A135   19 November 1836
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Robert BROWN, farmer, of Ferryhill in the parish of Merrington in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A136   30 November 1836
administration bond, penal sum £8,000; William BYERS, ship-owner, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A137/1   28 November 1836
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Nicholas JOHNSON, rope-maker, widower, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham. Died 6 November 1836

DPRI/3/1836/A137/2-4   23 November 1836
acceptance of guardianship; Nicholas JOHNSON, rope-maker, widower, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham. Died 6 November 1836

DPRI/3/1836/A137/5-6   23 November 1836
election of guardian; Nicholas JOHNSON, rope-maker, widower, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham. Died 6 November 1836

DPRI/3/1836/A138   5 December 1836
administration bond, penal sum £900; Thomas GLENN, mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A139   29 November 1836
administration bond, penal sum £400; Peter BISHOP, customs comptroller, of Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1836/A140   9 December 1836
administration bond, penal sum £600; David WALKER, ship-owner, of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A141   9 December 1836
administration bond, penal sum £40; John HOLMES, tailor, of parish of Saint Nicholas in or near the city of Durham in the county of Durham. Died 23 June 1836

DPRI/3/1836/A142   9 December 1836
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert HUSH, mason, of South Shields in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A143   10 December 1836
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Ralph YOUNG, without parent, brother or sister, farmer, bachelor, of Ogle in the parish of Whalton in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1836/A144   12 December 1836
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Thomas HARRISON, tobacconist, of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1836/A145   14 December 1836
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; Nicholas GIBSON, gentleman, widower, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1836/A146   14 December 1836
administration bond, penal sum £400; Jane THOMPSON, of Barnard Castle in the county of Durham
The intestate's husband survived his wife but has since died without taking out administration. Administration here granted to Mary Ann Thompson, daughter and only next of kin over the age of 21 years.

DPRI/3/1836/A147   16 December 1836
administration bond, penal sum £100; John BRIGGS, clerk, of Marlborough Street in the township of Westgate in or near Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1836/A148   16 December 1836
administration bond, penal sum £200; John AYRE, cartwright, of Sedgefield in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A149   14 December 1836
administration bond, penal sum £600; Henry RIDLEY, without parent, gunsmith, bachelor, of Tower Street, Birmingham in the county of Warwick

DPRI/3/1836/A150   27 December 1836
administration bond, penal sum £400; Robert NORRIE, baker, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed

DPRI/3/1836/A151   29 December 1836
administration bond, penal sum £400; Robert BEE, miner, of West Fall in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1836/A152   30 December 1836
administration bond, penal sum £100; Silvester SPALDING, yeoman, of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham

Will bonds 1836
Reference: DPRI/3/1836/T
DPRI/3/1836/T1   20 January 1836
will bond, penal sum £200; Joseph ELTRINGHAM, yeoman, of Cramlington county of Northumberland
granted to Robert Eltringham, a legatee, there being no executor or residuary legatee named in the will.

DPRI/3/1836/T2   20 January 1836
will bond, penal sum £200; Joseph WILSON, tailor, of Broomhaugh in the county of Northumberland
granted to Elizabeth Nicholson, daughter and universal legatee, there being no executor named in the will

DPRI/3/1836/T3   27 January 1836
will bond, penal sum £600; Henry SADLER, farmer, of Earsdon in the chapelry of Hebron in the county of Northumberland
granted to Margaret Sadler, widow and universal legatee during her widowhood. The executors William Hume and John Sadler having renounced.

DPRI/3/1836/T4   5 February 1836
will bond, penal sum £400; Joseph Ord WILLIS, manufacturer, of Barnard Castle in the county of Durham. Died 22 December 1836
granted to Margaret Heslop, daughter and one of the residuary legatees named in the will, Mary Willis and Ann Croft, the other residuary legatees havng renounced. Edward Harrison, Robert Heggison and Ann Willis, the wife and residuary legatee named in the will, having died during the testators lifetime.

DPRI/3/1836/T5   9 March 1836
will bond, penal sum £200; John SNOWDON, painter, of Newcastle upon Tyne
granted to Michael Proctor, the universal legatee, there being no executor named in the will.

DPRI/3/1836/T6   25 March 1836
will bond, penal sum £600; Hannah ROBSON, widow, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
granted to George Whitfield, son and residuary legatee for life; Stephen Watosn and James Parker the executors and residuary legatees in trust having renounced.

DPRI/3/1836/T7   25 March 1836
will bond, penal sum £600; Mark JOBSON, farmer, of Elswick in the county of Northumberland. Died 18 March 1835
granted to Mary Jobson, relict and universal legatee during her widowhood; Edward Storey the sole executor and residuary legatee in trust having renounced

DPRI/3/1836/T8   29 March 1836
will bond, penal sum £900; John PEARSON, yeoman, of Nenthead in the parish of Alston in the country of Cumberland
granted to Mary Pearson daughter and one of the residuary legatees, the estate left unadminstered by John Pattinson and Mary Pearson the executors having died. Nanny Atkinson, Elizabeth Pearson and Phyllis Stephenson, the daughters and other surviving legatees having renounced. deceased

DPRI/3/1836/T9   9 April 1836
will bond, penal sum £900; Robert BELL, farmer, of Kellow hall in the parish of Kellow in the county of Durham
granted to Jane Bell and Philip William Bell, brother and sister & two of the next of kin and residuary legatees; there being no executor named in the will.

DPRI/3/1836/T10   7 April 1836
will bond, penal sum £6,500; Joseph NICHOLSON, gentleman, formerly of Brockley Hall in the parish of Ellingham and county of Northumberland, late of North Charlton in parish of Ellingham. Died 6 January 1836
granted to Mary Cumings and Jane Rochester, the daughters and only next of kin of the deceased.

DPRI/3/1836/T11   15 April 1836
will bond, penal sum £600; George STOKOE, of Hedley in the parish of Ovingham in the county of Northumberland
granted to Anna Scott, daughter and one of the universal legatees; Anna Stokoe, widow and Jane Stokoe daughter and only other universal legatees having renounced. There being no executor named in the will.

DPRI/3/1836/T12   21 April 1836
will bond, penal sum £400; John COWLE, commander of the vessel the Fortitude of Newcastle, mariner, of South Shields
granted to Robert Cowle, brother and one of the universal legatees, George Cowle the other universal legatee being a minor. There was no executor named in the will.

DPRI/3/1836/T13   26 April 1836
will bond, penal sum £400; John HEWITT, farmer, of Hett(in the parish of Merrington)
granted to Nancy Hewitt widow and universal legatee, there being no executor named in the will

DPRI/3/1836/T14   2 May 1836
will bond, penal sum £900; William RICHARDSON, yeoman, of Welgill Dykeheads in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland. Died 20 May 1817
administration granted to Hannah Richardson, widow and one of the residuary legatees for life; Joseph Richardson and John Thompson the executors named in the will having died leaving the estate unadministered

DPRI/3/1836/T15   16 May 1836
will bond, penal sum £40; William HUTCHINSON, butcher, of Herrington
granted to Anthony Shetton the universal and residuary legatee named in the will.(surname Skelton?)

DPRI/3/1836/T16   14 April 1836
will bond, penal sum £900; Ann MURTON, spinster, of East Horton in the parish of Chatton in the county of Northumberland. Died 10 July 1835
granted to Cicely Murton and Annas Murton, sisters and universal legatees, there being no executor named in the will.

DPRI/3/1836/T17   16 May 1836
will bond, penal sum £6,000; Thomas BOYNTON, gentleman, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
granted to Nathaniel Ellison, surviving executor of Jane Alcock since deceased. She was the sole executrix of the will of Thomas Boynton and proved the will at Canterbury, but died before proving the will in the Consistory Court of Durham. Robert Pearson the other executor of Jane Alcock died without proving the will.

DPRI/3/1836/T18/1-5   11 June 1836
will bond, penal sum £10; Joshua PEELE, gentleman, formerly of Symonds Inn in the county of Middlesex, late of parish of St Andrew, Holborn in the city of London
administration granted to William Watson limited to the testator's interest in the property at Headlam, County Durham.

DPRI/3/1836/T19   16 June 1836
will bond, penal sum £200; John DAWSON, innkeeper, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 20 April 1836
granted to Elizabeth Dawson, widow and residuary legatee, John Angus the sole executor having renounced.

DPRI/3/1836/T20   4 July 1836
will bond, penal sum £40; William ELLIOTT, labourer, yeoman, of Hetton le hole in the county of Durham. Died 18 February 1836
granted to Martin Hardy, guardian of Henry Elliott, (a minor aged upwards of 14 years), the universal legatee. The executors named in the will having renounced.

DPRI/3/1836/T21   20 July 1836
will bond, penal sum £400; John WHITE, woodman, of Hartburn grange in the parish of Hartburn in the county of Northumberland
granted to Jacob White and Mark White, sons and residuary legatees, there being no executor named in the will.

DPRI/3/1836/T22   8 June 1836
will bond, penal sum £600; Elizabeth HUTCHINSON, widow, of South Shields in the county of Durham
granted to Elizabeth Campbell, granddaughter, Mary Hutchinson, the sole executrix and residuary legatee, having died during the lifetime of the deceased.

DPRI/3/1836/T23   28 July 1836
will bond, penal sum £600; Ann BURDON, widow, of Binchester Whins in the parish of Saint Andrew Auckland in the county of Durham
granted to Robert Burdon and James Burdon, residuary legatees, there being no executor named in the will.

DPRI/3/1836/T24/1-3   26 July 1836
will bond, penal sum £10; Mark JOBSON, the elder, innkeeper, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland. Died 9 June 1770
grant of administration to William Miers limited to the testators interest in property at Warkworth.

DPRI/3/1836/T25   2 August 1836
will bond, penal sum £600; George ARMSTRONG, shepherd, of Blakehope
granted to Andrew Armstrong, son and one of the residuary legatees, there being no executor named in the will

DPRI/3/1836/T26   6 August 1836
will bond, penal sum £400; Walker WATSON, gentleman, widower, of Jesmond Vale in the chapelry of Saint Andrew in or near the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
granted to John Walker, nephew and a legatee, there being no executor named in the will nor any residuary legatee.

DPRI/3/1836/T27   27 August 1836
will bond, penal sum £400; John EMERSON, farmer, of Wham in the county of Durham
granted to Hannah Emerson relict and universal legatee for life, there being no executor named in the will.

DPRI/3/1836/T28   13 September 1836
will bond, penal sum £3,000; John KIRKLEY, slater, of Stamfordham in the county of Northumberland
granted to Emily Elizabeth Kirkley and Robert Bee Kirkley the residuary legatees, there being no executor named in the will

DPRI/3/1836/T29   14 September 1836
will bond, penal sum £400; John STEEL, teacher of music, of Framlington in the county of Northumberland. Died 1 April 1834
granted to Margaret Steel the relict and universal legatee during her widowhood, executors,Joseph Lambert and Thomas Lambert, having renounced.

DPRI/3/1836/T30/1-3   27 September 1836
will bond, penal sum £10; William HALL, farmer, of Low Willington in the parish of Wallsend in the county of Northumerland. Died 1832
grant of administration to John Anderson Pybus limited to the testator's interest in property at Church Road, Tynemouth

DPRI/3/1836/T31   5 October 1836
will bond, penal sum £40; William ADAMSON, yeoman, of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
granted to William Adamson, son and one of the next of kin, Elizabeth Adamson the sole executrix having died in the lifetime of the testator

DPRI/3/1836/T32   8 November 1836
will bond, penal sum £400; Thomas HUNT, mason, of Gateshead Fell in the county of Durham. Died 24 November 1832
granted to Mary Croser or Crosier, the daughter and universal legatee. Hall Stobbs, sole executor and residuary legatee in trust, duly renounced. Ann Hunt the relict and universal legatee named in the will having died.

DPRI/3/1836/T33   9 November 1836
will bond, penal sum £100; John ORR, surgeon, of Kirkwhelpington in the county of Northumberland. Died 7 September 1836
granted to Ann Brown, the residuary legatee, the executors, Rev Alexander Trotter and Peter Bryce, having renounced

DPRI/3/1836/T34   15 November 1836
will bond, penal sum £2,000; Grace TAYLOR, spinster, formerly of Dunston in the county of Durham, late of Whickham. Died 4 September 1836
administration granted to Ann Durham, sister and surviving residuary legatee for life, the executors having renounced.

DPRI/3/1836/T35   16 November 1836
will bond, penal sum £200; Elizabeth SMITH, spinster, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
granted to Mary Fenwick, niece and sole executrix of Jane Stafford; who was the sole executrix and universal legatee of the testator, but has since died.

DPRI/3/1836/T36   19 November 1836
will bond, penal sum £600; John RICHARDSON, yeoman, of Woodlands in the parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham
granted to Ann Nicholson, daughter and residuary legatee, the executors having renounced.

DPRI/3/1836/T37   19 November 1836
will bond, penal sum £900; George STUBBS, farmer, of Bolam in the parish of Gainford and in the county of Durham
granted to Ann Parkinson, neice and only next of kin. Margaret Stubbs, wife and sole executrix having died in the testators lifetime, and there being no residuary legatee named in the will.

DPRI/3/1836/T38   21 November 1836
will bond, penal sum £4,000; James Edgar HOLLIDAY, draper, of Newcastle upon Tyne
granted to Alice Holliday, widow and residuary legatee, the executor having renounced.

DPRI/3/1836/T39   14 December 1836
will bond, penal sum £1,200; Thomas BUTAMENT, farmer, formerly of Larbottle stead in the Parish of Whittingham County of Northumberland, late of Wallington Broom house in the parish of Hartburn
granted to Ursula Butament relict and universal legatee, there being no executor named in the will

DPRI/3/1836/T40   30 April 1836
will bond, penal sum £400; Cuthbert HAVERY, gentleman, of Oxendean Burn in or near the village or hamlet of Harperig in the township of Silmouth in the chapelry of Cornhill in the county of Durham
granted to William Havery, grandson; Ann Havery wife and William Havery the son , the executors and residuary legatees in the will having died during the lifetime of the testator.

Administration bonds 1837
Reference: DPRI/3/1837/A
DPRI/3/1837/A1   30 December 1836
administration bond, penal sum £200; William RICHARDSON, farmer, of Billy Row in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1837/A2   4 January 1837
administration bond, penal sum £400; John HAWDON, farmer, of Blaydon Staiths in the chapelry of Winlaton. Died 27 August 1836

DPRI/3/1837/A3   4 January 1837
administration bond, penal sum £600; Robert HUNTER, gardener, bachelor, of Allergate in the chapelry of St Margaret in the City of Durham. Died 11 December 1836

DPRI/3/1837/A4   10 January 1837
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ralph YOUNG, hardwareman, bachelor, of North Shields. Died 1 November 1832

DPRI/3/1837/A5   7 January 1837
administration bond, penal sum £100; Christopher CHARLTON, blacksmith, of Newton in the parish of Bywell St Peter in the county of Northumberland. Died 20 October 1831

DPRI/3/1837/A6   16 January 1837
administration bond, penal sum £200; John HUNT, ship-carpenter, bachelor, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham. Died 26 March 1835

DPRI/3/1837/A7   16 January 1837
administration bond, penal sum £200; Stephen HUNT, ship-carpenter, bachelor, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham. Died 11 June 1836

DPRI/3/1837/A8   17 January 1837
administration bond, penal sum £900; Henry HEBBURN, pitman, of Slaleyford in the parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland. Died 27 April 1831

DPRI/3/1837/A9   14 January 1837
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert CLARK, master mariner, of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died August 1834

DPRI/3/1837/A10   18 January 1837
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Edmund COOK, farmer, of Foulmart-law in the parish of Bolam in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to the executor of the original administratrix who was the deceased's widow

DPRI/3/1837/A11   21 January 1837
administration bond, penal sum £100; Thomas GRAHAM, miner, of Alston in the county of Cumberland. Died 17 May 1833

DPRI/3/1837/A12   27 January 1837
administration bond, penal sum £400; William WESTON, gentleman, of Gillygate in the parish of St Giles in the city of Durham. Died 8 November 1835

DPRI/3/1837/A13   27 January 1837
administration bond, penal sum £600; Isabella West MACNEILL, spinster, of New North Road in the chapelry of St Margaret in the city of Durham. Died 28 December 1836

DPRI/3/1837/A14/1-3   30 January 1837
administration bond, penal sum £10; Thomas MONTEITH, gentleman, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to William John Carr limited to the intestate's interest in property at Cannongate, Alnwick

DPRI/3/1837/A15   3 February 1837
administration bond, penal sum £600; James PURSE, master mariner, of Bishopwearmouth. Died 25 December 1836

DPRI/3/1837/A16   6 February 1837
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Elizabeth HARRISON, spinster, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham. Died 17 January 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A17   6 February 1837
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Thomas ANDERSON, hardwareman, of Alnwick. Died 13 January 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A18   11 February 1837
administration bond, penal sum £900; Isabella DUNN, spinster, formerly of Allendike in the parish of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland, late of Southwick in the parish of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham. Died 22 October 1836

DPRI/3/1837/A19   13 February 1837
administration bond, penal sum £200; Alice HODGSON, spinster, of Chimney Mills in the chapelry of St Andrew in or near the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 22 January 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A20   14 February 1837
administration bond, penal sum £200; Charles George PEARSON, mason, of Gateshead. Died 16 January 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A21   13 February 1837
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Ann CLARK, spinster, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 23 January 1837
administration granted to Ruth Smale, half-sister

DPRI/3/1837/A22   13 February 1837
administration bond, penal sum £100; William SADLER, yeoman, of Gateshead in the county of Durham. Died 15 December 1836

DPRI/3/1837/A23   14 February 1837
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Robert TOSE, former master mariner, but late guard on the Stanhope and Tyne railway, railway guard, of South Shields in the county of Durham. Died 9 April 1836

DPRI/3/1837/A24   15 February 1837
administration bond, penal sum £900; Lionel BATES, joiner, of Ponteland in the county of Northumberland. Died 22 April 1836

DPRI/3/1837/A25   2 February 1837
administration bond, penal sum £8,000; James MORTON, gentleman, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 17 January 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A26   16 February 1837
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; John Hunter METCALFE, shipbuilder, of Westoe in the chapelry of St Hild in the county of Durham. Died 18 August 1836

DPRI/3/1837/A27   15 February 1837
administration bond, penal sum £400; William LAWTON, woollen-manufacturer, of Netherwitton in the county of Northumberland. Died 9 January 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A28   20 February 1837
administration bond, penal sum £400; John GOUNDRY, schoolmaster, bachelor, of Ryton in the county of Durham. Died 13 December 1836

DPRI/3/1837/A29/1   21 February 1837
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Edward CARR, yeoman, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland. Died 1 August 1835

DPRI/3/1837/A29/2-3   15 February 1837
renunciation; Edward CARR, yeoman, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland. Died 1 August 1835

DPRI/3/1837/A30   22 February 1837
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas ROBERTS, farmer, bachelor, of Coldside in the parish of Rothbury in the county Northumberland. Died 10 August 1836

DPRI/3/1837/A31   28 February 1837
administration bond, penal sum £400; William GREEN, publican, grocer, of Rainton Gate in the parish of Rainton in the county of Durham. Died 18 July 1836

DPRI/3/1837/A32   1 March 1837
administration bond, penal sum £100; James PROUD, yeoman, of Slaley in the county of Northumberland. Died 30 August 1836

DPRI/3/1837/A33/1   27 February 1837
administration bond, penal sum £200; Anna RICHARDSON, widow, of North Shelds in the county of Northumberland. Died 21 January 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A33/2-3   23 February 1837
election of guardian; Anna RICHARDSON, widow, of North Shelds in the county of Northumberland. Died 21 January 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A33/4-6   23 February 1837
acceptance of guardianship; Anna RICHARDSON, widow, of North Shelds in the county of Northumberland. Died 21 January 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A34   10 March 1837
administration bond, penal sum £900; George RAMSAY, joiner, of of the chapelry of St Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 10 February 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A35   13 March 1837
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Thomas EASTON, colliery viewer, of the Nest in the chapelry of Heworth in the county of Durham. Died 18 December 1835

DPRI/3/1837/A36   21 March 1837
administration bond, penal sum £900; Robert ANDERSON, engineer, of Ouston in the parish of Chester-le-Street in the county of Durham. Died 18 March 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A37   22 March 1837
administration bond, penal sum £900; Catherine JOHNSON, spinster, of Woodhorn in the county of Northumberland. Died 6 February 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A38   23 March 1837
administration bond, penal sum £200; William BOWSON, mariner, bachelor, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham. Died 28 March 1836

DPRI/3/1837/A39   18 March 1837
administration bond, penal sum £200; Sarah HAMILTON, nee Thew, of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland. Died 27 January 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A40   25 March 1837
administration bond, penal sum £900; John FRENCH, brewer, of Haltwhistle in the county of Northumberland. Died 22 January 1836

DPRI/3/1837/A41   20 March 1837
administration bond, penal sum £400; William TYZACK, glass-maker, of Southwick in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham. Died 12 December 1832

DPRI/3/1837/A42   28 March 1837
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Caroline IMISON, spinster, of Chapelry of St Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 8 March 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A43   29 March 1837
administration bond, penal sum £200; Jacob ELSTOB, merchant taylor, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland. Died 2 February 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A44/1-4   31 March 1837
administration bond, penal sum £10; Jacob LAMBERT, gentleman, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to James George Bailey limited to the intestate's interest in property at Newgate Street and Low Friar Chair, Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1837/A45   11 March 1837
administration bond, penal sum £900; Ann POTTS, formerly Ann Hewison widow, widow, of Harton in the parish of Jarrow in the county of Durham. Died 25 September 1834
estate revalued at £450

DPRI/3/1837/A46   1 April 1837
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Joseph SMITH, shipwright, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the county of Durham. Died 14 March 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A47   3 April 1837
administration bond, penal sum £100; George JORDISON, farmer, of Shadforth in the parish of Pittington Hallgarth in the county of Durham. Died 10 October 1836
administration granted to Thomas Walker, creditor; declared null and void

DPRI/3/1837/A48   3 April 1837
administration bond, penal sum £100; William JACKSON, bachelor, of Stockton in the county of Durham. Died 29 July 1818

DPRI/3/1837/A49   7 April 1837
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Hannah SMITH, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 10 March 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A50   5 April 1837
administration bond, penal sum £900; Harriett JACKSON, of Trungle near Penzance in the county of Cornwall. Died 14 August 1833

DPRI/3/1837/A51   15 April 1837
administration bond, penal sum £900; Robert BROWN, gentleman, formerly of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne, late of Monkwearmouth Shore in the county of Durham. Died 18 March 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A52   8 April 1837
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Margaret DAVISON, widow, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland. Died 5 November 1836

DPRI/3/1837/A53   17 April 1837
administration bond, penal sum £900; Elizabeth ATKINSON, spinster, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 19 July 1820

DPRI/3/1837/A54   15 April 1837
administration bond, penal sum £400; George BURN, blacksmith, of Holborn in the chapelry of Lowick in the county of Northumberland. Died 10 June 1836

DPRI/3/1837/A55/1   19 April 1837
administration bond, penal sum £16,000; Elizabeth CLAYTON, spinster, of Chesters in the parish of Warden in the county of Northumberland. Died 21 March 1836

DPRI/3/1837/A55/2-4   14 April 1837
renunciation; Elizabeth CLAYTON, spinster, of Chesters in the parish of Warden in the county of Northumberland. Died 21 March 1836
all brothers and sisters renounced in favour of Matthew Clayton, another brother

DPRI/3/1837/A56   19 April 1837
administration bond, penal sum £40; Matthew RUTTER, victualler, of Forth Street in the chapelry of St John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1837/A57   11 April 1837
administration bond, penal sum £200; John NELSON, the younger, butcher, bachelor, of parish of St Nicholas in the city of Durham. Died 5 April 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A58   19 April 1837
administration bond, penal sum £200; John WRIGHT, of Mill House in the parish of Haltwhistle inthe county of Northumberland. Died 8 August 1830

DPRI/3/1837/A59   19 April 1837
administration bond, penal sum £400; John DOUGLASS, mason, bachelor, of Hesleyside Wood Head, near Bellingham in the county of Northumberland. Died 19 March 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A60   21 April 1837
administration bond, penal sum £100; Edward WALKER, tanner, of Stranton in the county of Durham. Died 30 April 1831

DPRI/3/1837/A61   21 April 1837
administration bond, penal sum £100; John MARK, gentleman, of Holly Hill in the chapelry of Heworth in the county of Durham. Died 20 February 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A62/1-5   21 April 1837
administration bond, penal sum £10; Richard STEPHENSON, gentleman, of Gibside in the parish of Whickham in the county of Durham
grant of administration to George Allison limited to the intestate's interest in property at Alwent and Newsham near Winston, County Durham

DPRI/3/1837/A63   26 April 1837
administration bond, penal sum £600; Ann ROBINSON, spinster, formerly of Stone Hall in the County of Surrey, late of New Elvet in the County of Durham. Died 3 April 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A64   28 April 1837
administration bond, penal sum £40; Edward SISTERSON, sawyer, publican, of North Shore in the chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1837/A65   29 April 1837
administration bond, penal sum £900; George Alexander APPLEBY, royal navy lieutenant, of parish of St Giles in the city of Durham. Died 5 September 1835

DPRI/3/1837/A66   29 April 1837
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Ann BARKER, of Shawdon Hill in the parish of Whittingham in the county of Northumberland. Died 15 March 1832
administration granted to John Barker, brother and executor of Rashall Barker, husband of the deceased

DPRI/3/1837/A67   29 April 1837
administration bond, penal sum £40; Mary RICHARDSON, widow, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 18 March 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A68   24 April 1837
administration bond, penal sum £400; Mary BROWN, spinster, of parish of St Nicholas in or near the city of Durham. Died November 1827

DPRI/3/1837/A69/1   1 May 1837
administration bond, penal sum £100; George BELL, farmer, of Aickliffe in the county of Durham. Died September 1829

DPRI/3/1837/A69/2-3   29 April 1837
renunciation; George BELL, farmer, of Aickliffe in the county of Durham. Died September 1829

DPRI/3/1837/A70   1 May 1837
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; John GIBSON, gentleman, bachelor, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham. Died 22 October 1836

DPRI/3/1837/A71   3 May 1837
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Margaret GOWLAND, spinster, of Sunderland inthe county of Durham. Died 8 November 1835

DPRI/3/1837/A72   4 May 1837
administration bond, penal sum £100; Robert GRIEVE, cordwainer, widower, of Stockton in the county of Durham. Died 4 April 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A73   5 May 1837
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; William COCKBURN, ironmonger, of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham. Died 22 April 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A74   6 May 1837
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Job WAUGH, farmer, bachelor, of Broomhouses in the parish of Haltwhistle in the county of Northumberland

DPRI/3/1837/A75/1   1 May 1837
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Ann WILKINSON, spinster, of Heighington in the county of Durham. Died 28 January 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A75/2-3   1 May 1837
renunciation; Ann WILKINSON, spinster, of Heighington in the county of Durham. Died 28 January 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A76   9 May 1837
administration bond, penal sum £900; Ann INGRAM, widow, of borough of Berwick on Tweed. Died 18 April 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A77/1   6 May 1837
administration bond, penal sum £900; James RUTHERFORD, the elder, yeoman, of Belford Moor in the chapelry of Belford in the county of Northumberland. Died 10 March 1836

DPRI/3/1837/A77/2-4   1 March 1837
renunciation; James RUTHERFORD, the elder, yeoman, of Belford Moor in the chapelry of Belford in the county of Northumberland. Died 10 March 1836

DPRI/3/1837/A78   13 May 1837
administration bond, penal sum £100; Charles JOHNSON, yeoman, of Frosterley in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham. Died 20 March 1829

DPRI/3/1837/A79   16 May 1837
administration bond, penal sum £400; Mary SANDERSON, widow, of Howden pans in the parish of Wallsend in the county of Durham. Died 19 April 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A80   15 May 1837
administration bond, penal sum £100; Margaret ROBINSON, nee Taylerson, widow, of Sedgefield in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1837/A81   15 May 1837
administration bond, penal sum £100; Ann TAYLERSON, spinster, of Sedgefield in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1837/A82   19 May 1837
administration bond, penal sum £900; Ann ROBINSON, spinster, of Darlington in the county of Durham. Died 22 June 1827

DPRI/3/1837/A83   22 May 1837
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Ann RICHARDSON, spinster, of new Elvet in or near the city of Durham. Died 27 January 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A84   23 May 1837
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Margaret BANKIER, widow, of Chapelry of St Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 26 April 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A85   24 May 1837
administration bond, penal sum £100; Jane CLARK, widow, of Dilston in the parish of Corbridge in the county of Northumberland. Died 16 October 1836

DPRI/3/1837/A86   26 May 1837
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; William GLYNN, iron-founder, bachelor, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 16 January 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A87   1 June 1837
administration bond, penal sum £200; Edward ASHWORTH, officer in the Preventative Service, customs preventive officer, bachelor, of Falstone in the county of Northumberland. Died 1 May 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A88   5 June 1837
administration bond, penal sum £600; Thomas HUTCHINSON, yeoman, of Stockton on Tees in the county of Durham. Died 15 January 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A89   7 June 1837
administration bond, penal sum £200; Joseph SANDERSON, innkeeper, of Lowick in the county of Northumberland. Died 13 December 1836

DPRI/3/1837/A90   5 June 1837
administration bond, penal sum £900; George MOWBRAY, widower, of Coxhoe in the parish of Kelloe in the county of Durham. Died 29 May 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A91   12 June 1837
administration bond, penal sum £400; John GUSTARD, grocer, of Longframlington in the county of Northumberland. Died 6 June 1836

DPRI/3/1837/A92   20 June 1837
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert GORDON, deputy, Lumley in the parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham, late of Sherburn Hill in the county of Durham. Died 20 January 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A93   20 June 1837
administration bond, penal sum £600; Ann SHADE, widow, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland. Died 26 May 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A94   23 June 1837
administration bond, penal sum £600; Mary BOLAM, spinster, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland. Died September 1828

DPRI/3/1837/A95   23 June 1837
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Ralph SMITH, grocer, bachelor, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland. Died 8 January 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A96   13 June 1837
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; James MCINTYRE, surgeon, bachelor, of Chapelry of St Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 8 May 1837

DPRI/3/1837/A97   26 June 1837
administration bond, penal sum £900; Mary ANDERSON, formerly Vardy, of Belford in th