Durham Probate Records: probate bonds 1786-1819
Introduction
Contents
Arrangement
Bibliography

Catalogue

Reference code: GB-0033-DPR1/3 (part 6)
Title: Durham Probate Records: probate bonds 1786-1819
Dates of creation: 1786-1819
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 1786
Reference: DPRI/3/1786/A
DPRI/3/1786/A1   3 January 1786
administration bond, penal sum £100; Jonathan HARLE, mariner, of Sunderland
DPRI/3/1786/A2   4 January 1786
administration bond, penal sum £500; William FOSTER, shipbuilder, of South Shields
DPRI/3/1786/A3   14 January 1786
administration bond, penal sum £100; John ROBINSON, master mariner, of Sunderland near the sea
DPRI/3/1786/A4   17 January 1786
administration bond, penal sum £60; Henry APPLETON, yeoman, of parish of Little Saint Mary in or near the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1786/A5   20 January 1786
administration bond, penal sum £80; Thomas TAYLOR, shipbuilder, of South Shields
DPRI/3/1786/A6   25 January 1786
administration bond, penal sum £39; George CODLING, butcher, of chapelry of Saint John
DPRI/3/1786/A7   25 January 1786
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Nanny THOMPSON, spinster, of Sunderland near the sea
DPRI/3/1786/A8   26 January 1786
administration bond, penal sum £200; William BUTEMENT, carpenter, of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1786/A9   11 March 1786
administration bond, penal sum £100; Ann SIMPSON, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1786/A10   30 January 1786
administration bond, penal sum £39; Philidelphia GREENWELL, spinster, of Witton Castle
DPRI/3/1786/A11   4 February 1786
administration bond, penal sum £120; Anthony CURRY, butcher, of parish of Saint Oswald in or near the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1786/A12   16 February 1786
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Michael MADGIN, joiner, of chapelry of Saint Margaret
DPRI/3/1786/A13   20 February 1786
administration bond, penal sum £100; Grace CARTER, widow, of Sunderland near the sea
DPRI/3/1786/A14   10 February 1786
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Margaret GREY, spinster, of Alnwick
DPRI/3/1786/A15   23 February 1786
administration bond, penal sum £80; Joseph WALLON, miner, of Brotherlee in the chapelry of St John
DPRI/3/1786/A16   20 February 1786
administration bond, penal sum £300; Hannah WILSON, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1786/A17   25 February 1786
administration bond, penal sum £9; George TURNBULL, merchant taylor, of Sunderland
DPRI/3/1786/A18   21 February 1786
administration bond, penal sum £150; William THOMPSON, butcher, of Sunderland near the sea in the parish of Sunderland
DPRI/3/1786/A19   25 February 1786
administration bond, penal sum £1,500; James CLARK, gentleman, of Burnigill in the parish of Brancepath
DPRI/3/1786/A20   8 March 1786
administration bond, penal sum £500; William JACKSON, master mariner, of Sunderland near the sea
DPRI/3/1786/A21   20 March 1786
administration bond, penal sum £130; Betty CHAMBERS, widow, of Monk Wearmouth
DPRI/3/1786/A22/1-2   23 March 1786
administration bond, penal sum £39; Henry WASTELL, clerk, of Simondburn in the parish of Simondburn in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to James Sharp limited to the intestate's interest in property at Farney Cleugh in Elsdon and Millbank in the manonr of Ridsdale
DPRI/3/1786/A23/1-2   24 March 1786
administration bond, penal sum £39; Matthew SWINBURNE, gentleman, formerly of Capheaton in the parish of Kirkwhelpington, late of Cambray in the kingdom of France
grant of administration to John Dixon limited to the intestate's interest in the manor or lordship of Heslieside and several (named) properties in Elsdon and Simonside parishes
DPRI/3/1786/A24/1-2   24 March 1786
administration bond, penal sum £39; Sir George TEMPEST, baronet, of Tongue [?Tong] in the county of York
grant of administration to John Dixon limited to the intestate's interest in the manor or lordship of Heslieside and several (named) properties in Elsdon and Simonside parishes
DPRI/3/1786/A25   30 March 1786
administration bond, penal sum £80; Thomas HIND, miner, of Nentbury in the parish of Alston
DPRI/3/1786/A26   23 March 1786
administration bond, penal sum £39; Ralph WOOD, yeoman, of parish of Hartburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1786/A27   31 March 1786
administration bond, penal sum £120; William WALLIS, yeoman, of chapelry of Hamsterly
DPRI/3/1786/A28   28 March 1786
administration bond, penal sum £200; William HALL, miller, of Osmortherley
DPRI/3/1786/A29   24 April 1786
administration bond, penal sum £560; John ELSTOB, butcher, of Sunderland near the sea
DPRI/3/1786/A30   24 April 1786
administration bond, penal sum £39; Robert LODGE, tile-maker, of Chester le Street
DPRI/3/1786/A31   24 April 1786
administration bond, penal sum £30; George HEDLEY, of Stanhope
DPRI/3/1786/A32/1-2   28 April 1786
administration bond, penal sum £39; Peter POTTS, gentleman, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to Edward Cheynell limited to the intestate's interest in property at the manor of Bitleston
DPRI/3/1786/A32/3   24 April 1786
letter of request; Peter POTTS, gentleman, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
letter of request from Durham to the archbishop of York
DPRI/3/1786/A32/4   26 April 1786
certificate of oath; Peter POTTS, gentleman, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
reply from York to Durham
DPRI/3/1786/A32/5   28 April 1786
letter; Peter POTTS, gentleman, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
answer to letter of request
DPRI/3/1786/A33   31 March 1786
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Sarah SANSON, widow, of chapelry of Saint Andrews in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1786/A34/1   13 April 1786
administration bond, penal sum £500; George BENSON, carpenter, of chapelry of St Margaret in Durham
regranted to George Benson as goods were left unadministered by Elizabeth Bartram, since deceased
DPRI/3/1786/A34/2   24 March 1786
letter of request; George BENSON, carpenter, of chapelry of St Margaret in Durham
letter of request sent to the archbishop of Canterbury
DPRI/3/1786/A34/3-4   13 April 1786
letter; George BENSON, carpenter, of chapelry of St Margaret in Durham
answer to letter of request
DPRI/3/1786/A35   6 May 1786
administration bond, penal sum £180; Evans ROWE, mariner, of Stockton
DPRI/3/1786/A36   11 May 1786
administration bond, penal sum £800; Samuel PALIN, master mariner, of Bishop Wearmouth in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth
DPRI/3/1786/A37   11 May 1786
administration bond, penal sum £100; Jeremiah TAYLOR, mariner, of Sunderland near the sea
DPRI/3/1786/A38   8 May 1786
administration bond, penal sum £90; Henry CLAVERING, gentleman, bachelor, of Chichester rents in the parish of St Dunstan in the county of Middlesex
DPRI/3/1786/A39   24 May 1786
administration bond, penal sum £250; Thomas MARSHALL, yeoman, of Lynemouth in the parish of Woodhorn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1786/A40   8 May 1786
administration bond, penal sum £400; James CARGILL, of chapelry of All Saints without the walls but with then the liberties of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1786/A41   24 May 1786
administration bond, penal sum £60; Robert KIDD, cooper, of town of Berwick-upon-Tweed
DPRI/3/1786/A42   9 June 1786
administration bond, penal sum £39; John AIREY, innkeeper, of parish of St Nicolas in the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1786/A43   8 June 1786
administration bond, penal sum £20; John MILLER, master mariner, of Monkwearmouth
DPRI/3/1786/A44   19 June 1786
administration bond, penal sum £180; John TODD, yeoman, widower, of Little Usworth in the parish of Washington
DPRI/3/1786/A45   21 June 1786
administration bond, penal sum £40; Backbara LIGHTEL, of Gateshead
DPRI/3/1786/A46   24 June 1786
administration bond, penal sum £180; John SMURTHWAITE, yeoman, of Hardwich
DPRI/3/1786/A47   30 June 1786
administration bond, penal sum £60; John JOHNSON, innkeeper, of chapelry of Saint Margaret
DPRI/3/1786/A48   19 June 1786
administration bond, penal sum £120; Thomas MORGAN, merchant, of chapelry of Hamsterly
DPRI/3/1786/A49   10 July 1786
administration bond, penal sum £160; Joseph FEATHERSTON, miner, of Kitty Cragg in the parish of Stanhope
DPRI/3/1786/A50   17 July 1786
administration bond, penal sum £160; John PICKERING, yeoman, of Beaniss Hill in the parish of Whalton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1786/A51   22 July 1786
administration bond, penal sum £39; Thomas CARNCROSS, victualler, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1786/A52   21 July 1786
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Edward BROWN, gentleman, widower, of Broom Hill in the parish of Warkworth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1786/A53   25 July 1786
administration bond, penal sum £2,600; Edward GREEN, druggist, of New Elvett
DPRI/3/1786/A54/1-2   27 July 1786
administration bond, penal sum £9; Ralph ROBINSON, gentleman, formerly of Sunderland near the sea, late of Houghton le Spring
grant of administration to John Hancill limited to the intestate's interest in property at Sunderland
DPRI/3/1786/A55/1   3 August 1786
administration bond, penal sum £500; Michael MOSES, gentleman, of Cleatham
DPRI/3/1786/A55/2   3 August 1786
certificate of oath; Michael MOSES, gentleman, of Cleatham
DPRI/3/1786/A56   5 August 1786
administration bond, penal sum £100; Francis HULL, joiner, bachelor, of parish of Lanchester
DPRI/3/1786/A57   5 August 1786
administration bond, penal sum £39; Thomas HALLADAY, mariner, bachelor, of Sunderland near the sea
DPRI/3/1786/A58   5 August 1786
administration bond, penal sum £100; Nicholas GREY, yeoman, of Alnwick
DPRI/3/1786/A59   10 August 1786
administration bond, penal sum £180; Jacob DAVISON, fuller, dyer, of Woodges- Green
DPRI/3/1786/A60   26 August 1786
administration bond, penal sum £580; Isabel PRESTON, widow, of Whitburn in the parish of Whitburn
DPRI/3/1786/A61   2 August 1786
administration bond, penal sum £300; Ann STEPHENSON, spinster, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilds
DPRI/3/1786/A62   16 August 1786
administration bond, penal sum £190; John HALL, mariner, bachelor, of South Shields
DPRI/3/1786/A63   30 August 1786
administration bond, penal sum £700; Thomas SMITH, shipwright, of Portrack
DPRI/3/1786/A64   4 September 1786
administration bond, penal sum £100; Edward BELL, keelman, of Sunderland near the sea
DPRI/3/1786/A65   5 September 1786
administration bond, penal sum £100; John TAYLOR, mariner, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1786/A66   8 September 1786
administration bond, penal sum £180; Thomas YELLOWLEY, gentleman, widower, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1786/A67   14 September 1786
administration bond, penal sum £60; William HUBBUCK, boatman, of Howdon Pans
DPRI/3/1786/A68   16 September 1786
administration bond, penal sum £28; Edward FENWICK, mariner, of Sunderland near the sea
DPRI/3/1786/A69   3 October 1786
administration bond, penal sum £10; Jonathan PATTINSON, miner, of Love lady shield in the parish of Aldslon county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1786/A70   6 October 1786
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; William SAINT, gentleman, bachelor, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1786/A71   18 October 1786
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; George LANGSTAFF, gentleman, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1786/A72   20 October 1786
administration bond, penal sum £180; Mark PORTEUS, grocer, widower, of Chester le Street
DPRI/3/1786/A73   20 October 1786
administration bond, penal sum £560; Thomas BENSON, miner, bachelor, of Aldston in the parish of Adlston
DPRI/3/1786/A74   24 October 1786
administration bond, penal sum £300; John COCKBURN, carpenter, of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1786/A75   26 October 1786
administration bond, penal sum £590; Henry TOMLING, yeoman, of Barnhill
DPRI/3/1786/A76   27 October 1786
administration bond, penal sum £39; John SMITH, innkeeper, of Alnwick
DPRI/3/1786/A77   3 November 1786
administration bond, penal sum £700; William AYNSLEY, yeoman, of Dewley
DPRI/3/1786/A78   3 November 1786
administration bond, penal sum £500; Dorothy KENT, widow, of Morpeth
DPRI/3/1786/A79   3 November 1786
administration bond, penal sum £400; John DODDS, butcher, of High Heaton in the chapelry of All Saints in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1786/A80   7 November 1786
administration bond, penal sum £300; Robert DIXON, master mariner, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1786/A81   17 November 1786
administration bond, penal sum £220; Elizabeth HACKFORTH, of Crosgate
DPRI/3/1786/A82/1-2   16 November 1786
administration bond, penal sum £39; William LEE, register of the Chancery Court of the county palatinate of Durham and Sadberge, register, esquire, of Leicester Street near Golden Square within the liberties of Westminster
grant of administration to Richard Hopper limited to the intestate's interest in property at Silksworth, Bishopwearmouth, Elvet, Sunderland and Ryhope
DPRI/3/1786/A83   22 November 1786
administration bond, penal sum £180; Thomas LEYBOURN, bachelor, of High Woodside
DPRI/3/1786/A84/1   25 July 1786
administration bond, penal sum £600; Robert FEARD, master mariner, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilds
DPRI/3/1786/A84/2   25 July 1786
certificate of oath; Robert FEARD, master mariner, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilds
reply from London to Durham
DPRI/3/1786/A84/3   2 June 1786
letter of request; Robert FEARD, master mariner, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilds
letter of request from the bishop of Durham to the bishop of London
DPRI/3/1786/A85/1-2   25 November 1786
administration bond, penal sum £39; Robert CARRICK, merchant, of parish of St Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to John Armstrong limited to the intestate's interest in property at Hexham
DPRI/3/1786/A86   24 November 1786
administration bond, penal sum £500; William BURN, mariner, of North Shields
DPRI/3/1786/A87/1   4 December 1786
administration bond, penal sum £39; Jacob JOHNSON, yeoman, of Bishop Wearmouth
DPRI/3/1786/A87/2   19 November 1786
renunciation; Jacob JOHNSON, yeoman, of Bishop Wearmouth
DPRI/3/1786/A88   9 December 1786
administration bond, penal sum £500; Benjamin COOK, merchant, of chapelry of Saint Andrew
DPRI/3/1786/A89   21 December 1786
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Elizabeth WITTON, of Hartburn in the parish of Hartburn
DPRI/3/1786/A90   26 December 1786
administration bond, penal sum £39; Thomas ELLIOTT, of chapelry of Garragill
DPRI/3/1786/A91   9 December 1786
administration bond, penal sum £180; John GUTHRIE, schoolmaster, bachelor, Crosgate in the chapelry of Saint Margaret near the city of Durham, last of Haltwhistle
DPRI/3/1786/A92   23 December 1786
administration bond, penal sum £150; Isaac ARMSTRONG, of Linshield in the parish of Haltwhistle in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1786/A93   22 December 1786
administration bond, penal sum £39; John MARSHALL, widower, of Alnwick
Will bonds 1786
Reference: DPRI/3/1786/T Not yet catalogued (due to be listed 2011/12 or 2012/13)

Administration bonds 1787
Reference: DPRI/3/1787/A
DPRI/3/1787/A1   9 January 1787
administration bond, penal sum £150; Thomas FOXCROFT, skinner, of Norton
DPRI/3/1787/A2   12 January 1787
administration bond, penal sum £160; Robert HOGGET, saddler, of Bishop Auckland in the parish of Saint Andrew Auckland
DPRI/3/1787/A3   19 January 1787
administration bond, penal sum £220; Richard STODART, cordwainer, widower, of Hughington in the parish of Heighington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1787/A4   17 January 1787
administration bond, penal sum £180; Christopher DAND, yeoman, of Bedlington
DPRI/3/1787/A5/1   15 January 1787
administration bond, penal sum £500; John DENT, esquire, of Short Flatt in the parish of Bolam in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1787/A5/2   28 December 1786
renunciation; John DENT, esquire, of Short Flatt in the parish of Bolam in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1787/A6   6 February 1787
administration bond, penal sum £800; William BURNUP, yeoman, bachelor, of Hebburn
DPRI/3/1787/A7   7 February 1787
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; William HUDSPETH, gentleman, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1787/A8   10 February 1787
administration bond, penal sum £8,000; Joseph NIXON, linen-draper, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1787/A9/1   30 January 1787
administration bond, penal sum £700; Esther BALDERSTONE, spinster, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1787/A9/2   19 January 1787
letter of request; Esther BALDERSTONE, spinster, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed
letter of request from Durham to the bishop of London
DPRI/3/1787/A9/3-4   30 January 1787
letter; Esther BALDERSTONE, spinster, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed
reply from London to Durham
DPRI/3/1787/A10   10 February 1787
administration bond, penal sum £800; John Jobling HODGES, master mariner, of Chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1787/A11   15 February 1787
administration bond, penal sum £500; Mary HUTCHINSON, spinster, of Hall Garth in the parish of St Oswald near the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1787/A12   13 February 1787
administration bond, penal sum £200; Edward COOK, gentleman, of Togston in the parish of Warkworth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1787/A13   23 February 1787
administration bond, penal sum £800; Catharine WHITE, spinster, formerly of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland, late of Bishop wearmouth
DPRI/3/1787/A14   23 February 1787
administration bond, penal sum £150; James REID, hostler, bachelor, of Gateshead in the parish of Gateshead
DPRI/3/1787/A15   24 February 1787
administration bond, penal sum £180; George STOKER, yeoman, of Bishop Middleham
DPRI/3/1787/A16   26 February 1787
administration bond, penal sum £500; Thomas HUNT, bricklayer, of parish of Saint Nicholas
DPRI/3/1787/A17   26 February 1787
administration bond, penal sum £180; Emma LITTLE, spinster, of Stockton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1787/A18   2 March 1787
administration bond, penal sum £150; Thomas GIBSON, yeoman, bachelor, of Pegsworth in the parish of Bothall in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1787/A19   19 March 1787
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; George JOHNSON, yeoman, of Holborn in the chapelry of Lowick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1787/A20   17 March 1787
administration bond, penal sum £80; Isabel MICKLE, of chapelry of All Saints
DPRI/3/1787/A21   27 March 1787
administration bond, penal sum £39; Elizabeth WHELDON, widow, of Sunderland near the sea
DPRI/3/1787/A22   31 March 1787
administration bond, penal sum £800; Edward CHARLTON, bachelor, of Worlds end in the parish of Ponteland in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1787/A23   31 March 1787
administration bond, penal sum £300; John FARLEY, yeoman, of Long Newton
regranted to William Duckitt as goods were left unadministered by Hannah Newton, since deceased
DPRI/3/1787/A24   3 April 1787
administration bond, penal sum £100; Elizabeth BLAGDON, widow, of South Shields in the chapelry of St Hilds
DPRI/3/1787/A25   1 May 1787
administration bond, penal sum £350; John MOOR, yeoman, of Stockton
DPRI/3/1787/A26   9 May 1787
administration bond, penal sum £90; Elizabeth SMITH, spinster, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1787/A27   21 March 1787
administration bond, penal sum £400; Catherine NEWTON, widow, of Dissington East Houses in the parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1787/A28   15 May 1787
administration bond, penal sum £500; Dorothy KENT, widow, of Morpeth
regranted to Esther Saint as goods were left unadministered by John Kent, since deceased
DPRI/3/1787/A29   19 May 1787
administration bond, penal sum £150; Thomas MOFFATT, yeoman, bachelor, of Stobby lee in the parish of Lanchester
DPRI/3/1787/A30/1   19 May 1787
administration bond, penal sum £39; John FAWELL, blacksmith, of Redworth in the parish of Heighington. Died November 1786
DPRI/3/1787/A30/2-3   15 May 1787
renunciation; John FAWELL, blacksmith, of Redworth in the parish of Heighington. Died November 1786
DPRI/3/1787/A31   28 May 1787
administration bond, penal sum £80; Thomas DOBINSON, merchant, of chapelry of Saint Andrew without the walls but within the liberties of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1787/A32   1 June 1787
administration bond, penal sum £180; Thomas RICHARDSON, schoolmaster, bachelor, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1787/A33   4 June 1787
administration bond, penal sum £120; John DOBSON, innkeeper, of Ayton Banks in the chapelry of Lamesley
DPRI/3/1787/A34   6 June 1787
administration bond, penal sum £150; John ELLINGTON, miller, of Washington
DPRI/3/1787/A35   9 June 1787
administration bond, penal sum £300; William GREEN, gentleman, of Stannington bridge in the parish of Stannington in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1787/A36   4 June 1787
administration bond, penal sum £300; Sarah SURTEES, of Croniwell
regranted to Edward Surtees as goods were left unadministered by George Surtees, since deceased
DPRI/3/1787/A37   18 June 1787
administration bond, penal sum £98; Robert ARMSTRONG, of Hawkwell Bridge End in the parish of Stamfordham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1787/A38   19 June 1787
administration bond, penal sum £150; William ROBSON, yeoman, of Bose Hill in the chapelry of Bellingham and county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1787/A39   19 June 1787
administration bond, penal sum £420; Bryan GREY, esquire, bachelor, of Alnwick in the parish of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1787/A40   3 July 1787
administration bond, penal sum £180; Peter BENTON, yeoman, of Long newton
DPRI/3/1787/A41   11 July 1787
administration bond, penal sum £150; John MARKS, mariner, of Sunderland near the sea in the parish of Sunderland near the sea
DPRI/3/1787/A42   10 July 1787
administration bond, penal sum £180; Sampson MIDDLETON, miller, of Wolviston Mill in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1787/A43
Missing bond (or number not used)
DPRI/3/1787/A44   23 July 1787
administration bond, penal sum £500; Thomas BELLASYSE, gentleman, of Haughton in the parish of Haughton
DPRI/3/1787/A45   3 August 1787
administration bond, penal sum £39; Thomas WALTON, cartwright, bachelor, of Stranton in the parish of Stranton
DPRI/3/1787/A46   3 August 1787
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Ralph William GREY, esquire, of Backworth
DPRI/3/1787/A47   15 August 1787
administration bond, penal sum £39; Edward THEW, butcher, of Alnwick in the parish of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1787/A48   17 August 1787
administration bond, penal sum £250; John RICHARDSON, army ensign, army quartermaster, of an ensign and quarter master in the 45th Regiment of Foot in the Island of Grenada
DPRI/3/1787/A49   20 August 1787
administration bond, penal sum £200; John BATES, stonemason, of Gateshead in the parish of Gateshead
DPRI/3/1787/A50   22 August 1787
administration bond, penal sum £500; John DUXFIELD, farmer, of parish of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1787/A51   15 September 1787
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Joshua WESTGARTH, merchant, of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1787/A52   5 October 1787
administration bond, penal sum £39; Rowland STOUT, cordwainer, widower, of city of Durham
DPRI/3/1787/A53   28 May 1787
administration bond, penal sum £1,900; Eleanor DIXON, spinster, of Alnwick in the parish of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1787/A54   13 October 1787
administration bond, penal sum £500; Mary GREENWELL, spinster, of Coundon in the parish of St Andrew Auckland
DPRI/3/1787/A55   15 October 1787
administration bond, penal sum £39; Joseph WILSON, potter, of Gateshead Head in the chapelry of St Hilds
DPRI/3/1787/A56   12 October 1787
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Robert WALTON, gentleman, of Staindrop
DPRI/3/1787/A57   31 October 1787
administration bond, penal sum £100; James CHARNSIDE, stationer, of chapelry of Saint Hilds
DPRI/3/1787/A58   19 November 1787
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Robert TINKER, gentleman, widower, of Chester le Street in the parish of Chester le Street
DPRI/3/1787/A59   27 November 1787
administration bond, penal sum £1,150; John CLENNELL, hatter, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1787/A60   8 December 1787
administration bond, penal sum £80; John RUMLEY, cordwainer, of Wolsingham in the parish of Wolsingham
DPRI/3/1787/A61   11 December 1787
administration bond, penal sum £34; Peter SHEALE, bleacher, of Bishop Auckland in the parish of Sain Andrew Auckland
DPRI/3/1787/A62   6 December 1787
administration bond, penal sum £500; Thomas WILSON, merchant, of Hartlepool
DPRI/3/1787/A63   11 December 1787
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Robert AGNEW, esquire, of Howlish in the parish of Saint Andrew Auckland
DPRI/3/1787/A64/1-2   1 December 1787
curation bond, penal sum £900; Robert NICHOLSON, grocer, tallow-chandler, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland. Died October 1787
DPRI/3/1787/A64/3-4   14 November 1787
election of guardian; Robert NICHOLSON, grocer, tallow-chandler, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland. Died October 1787
with acceptance of guardianship, 14 November 1787
DPRI/3/1787/A65   21 December 1787
administration bond, penal sum £50; Cummins BOLTON, innkeeper, of Sunderland near the sea
DPRI/3/1787/A66/1   10 December 1787
administration bond, penal sum £800; Edward WILSON, esquire, of Hepscott in the parish of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1787/A66/2-3   14 December 1787
renunciation; Edward WILSON, esquire, of Hepscott in the parish of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1787/A67   28 December 1787
administration bond, penal sum £400; Arthur GAIR, esquire, of Alnwick
DPRI/3/1787/A68   26 December 1787
administration bond, penal sum £500; Wilkinson POLLARD, master mariner, of parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1787/A69   31 December 1787
administration bond, penal sum £180; William IRWIN, yeoman, of parish of Knarsdale
DPRI/3/1787/A70/1   5 April 1787
administration bond, penal sum £180; John TURNER, brush-maker, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1787/A70/2   27 March 1787
commission; John TURNER, brush-maker, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1787/A71/1-3   22 December 1787
administration bond; William Bacon FOSTER, esquire, of Newton Cap in the parish of Saint Andrew Auckland
with letter of request, 21 April 1787
with letter, 22 December 1787, penal sum £600
DPRI/3/1787/A72   14 April 1787
administration bond, penal sum £39; James STEPHENSON, yeoman, of Alnwick in the parish of Alnwick
Will bonds 1787
Reference: DPRI/3/1787/T Not yet catalogued (due to be listed 2011/12 or 2012/13)

Administration bonds 1788
Reference: DPRI/3/1788/A
DPRI/3/1788/A1   2 January 1788
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Thomas GIBSON, gentleman, of Benwell Lodge in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1788/A2   5 January 1788
administration bond, penal sum £160; John POTTS, master mariner, of Bishop Wearmouth in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth
DPRI/3/1788/A3   9 January 1788
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Ralph HALL, surgeon, bachelor, of parish of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1788/A4/1   16 January 1788
administration bond, penal sum £800; Robert NICHOLSON, grocer, tallow-chandler, widower, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1788/A4/2
certificate of oath; Robert NICHOLSON, grocer, tallow-chandler, widower, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1788/A4/3   4 January 1788
commission; Robert NICHOLSON, grocer, tallow-chandler, widower, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1788/A5/1   31 January 1788
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; John PEARSON, innholder, of chapelry of St John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1788/A5/2   25 January 1788
commission; John PEARSON, innholder, of chapelry of St John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
executed, 31 January 1788
DPRI/3/1788/A6   4 February 1788
administration bond, penal sum £500; John SINCLAIR, yeoman, of Roadley in the parish of Hartburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1788/A7/1   7 February 1788
administration bond, penal sum £70; Stephen SMITH, barber-surgeon, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1788/A7/2   6 February 1788
commission; Stephen SMITH, barber-surgeon, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1788/A8   1 February 1788
administration bond, penal sum £50; Nicholas ARMSTRONG, master and commander of the custom house, custom-house master and commander, bachelor, of Tynemouth
DPRI/3/1788/A9   13 February 1788
administration bond, penal sum £1,500; Anthony NICHOLE, wharfinger, of Gateshead in the parish of Gateshead
DPRI/3/1788/A10   9 February 1788
administration bond, penal sum £46; John BEDALE, yeoman, of Friar house in the parish of Middleton in Teasdale
DPRI/3/1788/A11   6 February 1788
administration bond, penal sum £100; Charles JOHNSON, yeoman, of Aldston in the parish of Aldston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1788/A12   18 February 1788
administration bond, penal sum £39; Jonathan LAING, house-carpenter, of parish of St Giles
DPRI/3/1788/A13   23 February 1788
administration bond, penal sum £9; Edward RANSON, yeoman, bachelor, of Seaton
DPRI/3/1788/A14   25 February 1788
administration bond, penal sum £60; John GRAY, the younger, carrier, of parish of Wolsingham
DPRI/3/1788/A15   29 February 1788
curation bond, penal sum £80; Isabella ROBSON, widow, of Sunderland near the sea
DPRI/3/1788/A16   29 February 1788
administration bond, penal sum £80; Isabella ROBSON, widow, of Sunderland near the sea
DPRI/3/1788/A17   28 February 1788
administration bond, penal sum £300; George BURNS, master mariner, of Monk Wearmouth shore
DPRI/3/1788/A18   3 March 1788
administration bond, penal sum £300; Marley STOREY, gentleman, of parish of Chester-le-Street
DPRI/3/1788/A19   3 March 1788
administration bond, penal sum £500; George SIKES, whitesmith, of parish of St Nicholas in the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1788/A20   28 February 1788
administration bond, penal sum £35; Elizabeth NEWHAM
DPRI/3/1788/A21   1 March 1788
administration bond, penal sum £500; Daniel BABTIST, fisherman, of Holy Island in the parish of Holy Island
DPRI/3/1788/A22/1   3 March 1788
administration bond, penal sum £120; Ann THOMAS, widow, of Sedgfield
DPRI/3/1788/A22/2   undated
certificate of oath; Ann THOMAS, widow, of Sedgfield
DPRI/3/1788/A23   3 March 1788
administration bond, penal sum £2,100; Richard FORSTER, gentleman, widower, of Monkton in the parish of Jarrow
DPRI/3/1788/A24   10 March 1788
administration bond, penal sum £280; John REDHEAD, yeoman, of Hollinghill in the parish of Rothbury
DPRI/3/1788/A25   12 March 1788
administration bond, penal sum £300; Richard HERRING, yeoman, of Bishopton
DPRI/3/1788/A26   25 March 1788
administration bond, penal sum £39; Cuthbert DALTON, of parish of Chester
regranted to Penelope Grey as goods were left unadministered by Elizabeth Dalton, since deceased
DPRI/3/1788/A27   2 April 1788
administration bond, penal sum £160; Richard WILSON, master mariner, of Bishop Wearmouth in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth
DPRI/3/1788/A28   19 March 1788
administration bond, penal sum £39; Thomas HARRISON, master mariner, of Sunderland near the sea
DPRI/3/1788/A29/1   1 April 1788
administration bond, penal sum £1,400; John DOUGHTY, druggist, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1788/A29/2-3   12 April 1788
certificate of oath; John DOUGHTY, druggist, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
reply from London to Durham
DPRI/3/1788/A29/4   28 March 1788
letter of request; John DOUGHTY, druggist, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
letter of request from Durham to the bishop of London
DPRI/3/1788/A30   25 April 1788
administration bond, penal sum £560; Hannah BROWN, alias Blakiston, of Sunderland near the sea in the parish of Sunderland near the sea
DPRI/3/1788/A31   22 April 1788
administration bond, penal sum £300; George JOHNSON, shipwright, of Dockwray square in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1788/A32   31 March 1788
administration bond, penal sum £30; Elizabeth FORSTER, of Morpeth
DPRI/3/1788/A33   5 April 1788
administration bond, penal sum £80; John ROBINSON, yeoman, of Six mile bridge in the parish of Long benton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1788/A34   9 April 1788
administration bond, penal sum £300; Thomas ANGUS, printer, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1788/A35   14 April 1788
administration bond, penal sum £360; William NEWBY, miner, of Aldston in the parish of Aldston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1788/A36   28 April 1788
curation bond, penal sum £2,000; John TINKER, master mariner, widower, formerly of South Shields, late of Chester le Street
DPRI/3/1788/A37   28 April 1788
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; John TINKER, master mariner, widower, formerly of South Shields, late of Chester le Street
DPRI/3/1788/A38   11 April 1788
administration bond, penal sum £36; George TURNBULL, wherryman, of chapelry of Saint Hild
DPRI/3/1788/A39   2 May 1788
administration bond, penal sum £400; Stephen GOTHARD, master mariner, of chapelry of All Saints without the walls but within the liberties of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1788/A40   7 May 1788
administration bond, penal sum £100; George MARR, weaver, of parish of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1788/A41   26 April 1788
administration bond, penal sum £150; Henry RICHARDSON, doctor of medicine, of Alnwick
DPRI/3/1788/A42   15 May 1788
administration bond, penal sum £100; Margaret SELBY, spinster, of Wooler in the parish of Wooler
DPRI/3/1788/A43   22 May 1788
administration bond, penal sum £39; William BANSON, gentleman, of Carr's Hill in the chapelry of Heworth
DPRI/3/1788/A44   22 May 1788
administration bond, penal sum £9; Edward REED, mariner, of Sunderland near the sea
DPRI/3/1788/A45   17 May 1788
administration bond, penal sum £120; Ralph FEATHERSTONE, miner, bachelor, of chapelry of Saint John in Weardale
DPRI/3/1788/A46   26 May 1788
administration bond, penal sum £400; Richard HERON, widower, of Whitton in the parish of Rothbury
DPRI/3/1788/A47   26 May 1788
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; John HUDSON, miner, of Nenthead in the parish of Aldston
DPRI/3/1788/A48/1   10 May 1788
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Margaret HUNTER, spinster, of Crosgate in the chapelry of St Margaret near the city of Durham. Died 24 March 1788
DPRI/3/1788/A48/2   7 May 1788
renunciation; Margaret HUNTER, spinster, of Crosgate in the chapelry of St Margaret near the city of Durham. Died 24 March 1788
DPRI/3/1788/A49   24 May 1788
administration bond, penal sum £360; Elizabeth SIDGWICK, widow, of Langley Dale in the parish of Staindrop
DPRI/3/1788/A50   31 May 1788
administration bond, penal sum £100; John AARON, widower, of Nenthead the parish of Aldston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1788/A51   4 June 1788
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; George HARRISON, butcher, of South Shields in the parish of St Hilds
DPRI/3/1788/A52   9 June 1788
administration bond, penal sum £90; William THOMPSON, master mariner, of South Shields in the parish of St Hilds
DPRI/3/1788/A53   23 June 1788
administration bond, penal sum £180; George HEPPELL, widower, Crosgate in the chapelry of St Margaret, town and county of Kingston upon Hull
DPRI/3/1788/A54   27 June 1788
administration bond, penal sum £80; William MACKEUEN, mariner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1788/A55/1   8 July 1788
administration bond, penal sum £300; John STEPHENSON, master mariner, of South Shields
DPRI/3/1788/A55/2   30 June 1788
renunciation; John STEPHENSON, master mariner, of South Shields
DPRI/3/1788/A56   2 July 1788
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; John WEEMS, common brewer, of Sheraton in the parish of Monk Hesilden
DPRI/3/1788/A57   16 July 1788
administration bond, penal sum £500; John LITTLE, of Linefield House in the parish of Woodhorn
DPRI/3/1788/A58/1   19 July 1788
administration bond, penal sum £140; Joseph TEASDALE, miner, of West Gate
DPRI/3/1788/A58/2   21 July 1788
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; John YELLOLY, gentleman, of Alnwick in the parish of Alnwick
DPRI/3/1788/A59   5 August 1788
administration bond, penal sum £9; Peter WRIGHT, heel-man, of Sandgate without the walls but within the liberties of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1788/A60   2 August 1788
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Catherine CLAVERING, spinster, of Berrington
DPRI/3/1788/A61   11 August 1788
administration bond, penal sum £500; Richard GRAHAM, master mariner, of Monkwearmouth in the parish of Monkwearmouth
DPRI/3/1788/A62   13 August 1788
administration bond, penal sum £350; Margaret DYKES, widow, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth
DPRI/3/1788/A63   18 August 1788
administration bond, penal sum £140; John WATSON, yeoman, of Fourstones in the parish of Warden in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1788/A64   12 September 1788
administration bond, penal sum £70; Anthony WALTON, bricklayer, bachelor, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1788/A65/1   24 September 1788
administration bond, penal sum £150; George LONGSTAFF, soldier in H.M. service at Bunkers' Hill near Boston in New England, [army] soldier, bachelor, Wolsingham, city of London
DPRI/3/1788/A65/2-3   23 September 1788
power of attorney; George LONGSTAFF, soldier in H.M. service at Bunkers' Hill near Boston in New England, [army] soldier, bachelor, Wolsingham, city of London
DPRI/3/1788/A66   19 September 1788
administration bond, penal sum £400; John HILL, gentleman, of Westoe in the chapelry of Saint Hilds
DPRI/3/1788/A67   24 September 1788
administration bond, penal sum £500; James WALES, master mariner, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1788/A68   4 October 1788
administration bond, penal sum £22; Elizabeth SHIELDS, spinster, of Great Aycliffe in the parish of Great Aycliffe
DPRI/3/1788/A69   4 October 1788
administration bond, penal sum £48; Eleanor OGLE, spinster, of Wooler in the parish of Wooler in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1788/A70   29 September 1788
administration bond, penal sum £400; Joseph GILROY, bachelor, of Alnwick in the parish of Alnwick
DPRI/3/1788/A71   14 October 1788
administration bond, penal sum £60; William MARSHALL, carpenter, of Wolsingham
DPRI/3/1788/A72   18 October 1788
administration bond, penal sum £120; Thomas SMITH, innkeeper, of Sunderland near the sea in the parish of Sunderland near the sea
DPRI/3/1788/A73   29 October 1788
administration bond, penal sum £100; Roger TODD, master mariner, of South Shields in the parish of St Hilds
DPRI/3/1788/A74   1 November 1788
administration bond, penal sum £50; Isabella TILLEY, twine-maker, cord-maker, widow, of parish of Gateshead
DPRI/3/1788/A75/1   4 November 1788
administration bond, penal sum £50; Richard REED, husbandman, of Neesham in the parish of Hurworth
DPRI/3/1788/A75/2   4 November 1788
certificate of oath; Richard REED, husbandman, of Neesham in the parish of Hurworth
DPRI/3/1788/A76   8 November 1788
administration bond, penal sum £450; Thomas AYRE, yeoman, bachelor, of Sedgfield in the parish of Sedgefield
DPRI/3/1788/A77   14 November 1788
administration bond, penal sum £120; Margaret DONKIN, spinster, of Alemouth in the parish of Lesbury
DPRI/3/1788/A78   17 November 1788
administration bond, penal sum £9; John STOBBS, barber, widower, of Darlington
DPRI/3/1788/A79   12 November 1788
administration bond, penal sum £550; John SNAITH, grocer, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1788/A80   1 November 1788
administration bond, penal sum £100; Thomas HUNTER, widower, of Mindrum mill in the chapelry of Carham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1788/A81   22 November 1788
administration bond, penal sum £900; George MUROSS, of chapelry of Lowick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1788/A82/1   21 November 1788
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Frances WILKINSON, spinster, heretofore of the parish of St Mary le Bow, late of Armathwaite Castle in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1788/A82/2   22 November 1788
certificate of oath; Frances WILKINSON, spinster, heretofore of the parish of St Mary le Bow, late of Armathwaite Castle in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1788/A83   24 November 1788
administration bond, penal sum £100; William ELLIOT, husbandman, of Cottenwood within the parish of Simondburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1788/A84   25 November 1788
administration bond, penal sum £300; William MOORE, of Battlesteads within the township of Wark and parish of Simondburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1788/A85   29 November 1788
administration bond, penal sum £500; John HALL, cartwright, of chapelry of Lamesly
DPRI/3/1788/A86   31 December 1788
administration bond, penal sum £1,100; Ralph ADAMSON, yeoman, of Nunriding Wood House in the parish of Longhorsley in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1788/A87   29 November 1788
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Frances COULSON, spinster, of Jesmond noin the county of Northumberland within the chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
Will bonds 1788
Reference: DPRI/3/1788/T Not yet catalogued (due to be listed 2011/12 or 2012/13)

Administration bonds 1789
Reference: DPRI/3/1789/A
DPRI/3/1789/A1   1 January 1789
administration bond, penal sum £320; John DAVISON, yeoman, of Wallington Broom House in the parish of Hartburn
DPRI/3/1789/A2   3 January 1789
administration bond, penal sum £150; William WILSON, mariner, widower, of Stockton
DPRI/3/1789/A3   15 January 1789
administration bond, penal sum £400; William SIMPSON, yeoman, bachelor, of parish of Pont Eland in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1789/A4/1   13 January 1789
administration bond, penal sum £700; Robert GREY, grocer, bachelor, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1789/A4/2   3 January 1789
letter of request; Robert GREY, grocer, bachelor, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
letter of request from Durham to the bishop of London
DPRI/3/1789/A4/3-4   13 January 1789
certificate of oath; Robert GREY, grocer, bachelor, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
reply from London to Durham
DPRI/3/1789/A5/1   22 January 1789
administration bond, penal sum £39; John WATSON, yeoman, bachelor, of Hetton-le-hole in the parish of Houghton-le-Spring
DPRI/3/1789/A5/2-3   16 January 1789
letter of attorney; John WATSON, yeoman, bachelor, of Hetton-le-hole in the parish of Houghton-le-Spring
DPRI/3/1789/A6   24 January 1789
administration bond, penal sum £39; George ORD, shipwright, of Monk Wearmouth shore in the parish of Monkwearmout
DPRI/3/1789/A7   9 February 1789
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Jane ROBINSON, spinster, of Easington
DPRI/3/1789/A8/1-2   31 January 1789
administration bond, penal sum £9; James CARTER, gentleman, of Little Newton in the parish of Billingham
grant of administration to John Russell Rowntree limited to the intestate's interest in property at Stockton
DPRI/3/1789/A9/1   24 January 1789
administration bond, penal sum £160; Edward SIBBIT, farmer, yeoman, of Greenlawwalls in the parish of Norham. Died 10 January 1789
DPRI/3/1789/A9/2-3   15 January 1789
letter of attorney; Edward SIBBIT, farmer, yeoman, of Greenlawwalls in the parish of Norham. Died 10 January 1789
DPRI/3/1789/A10   21 January 1789
administration bond, penal sum £290; William TINDALL, miller, of Chatton Mill in the parish of Chatton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1789/A11   23 January 1789
administration bond, penal sum £39; Anthony WHARTON, tallow-chandler, of Gateshead in the parish of Gateshead
DPRI/3/1789/A12/1-2   14 February 1789
administration bond, penal sum £9; Henry WASTELL, clerk, of Simondburn in the parish of Simondburn in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Allgood Hunter limited to the intestate's interest in property at Slaley
DPRI/3/1789/A13   27 February 1789
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Edward FAIRLES, gentleman, widower, of Monkton in the parish of Jarrow
DPRI/3/1789/A14   3 March 1789
administration bond, penal sum £60; Robert PARKIN, merchant, of Wolsingham
DPRI/3/1789/A15   7 March 1789
administration bond, penal sum £370; Thomas MYERS, miner, widower, of Spring House in the parish of Stanhope
DPRI/3/1789/A16   19 March 1789
administration bond, penal sum £39; William STUART, innkeeper, of Chester le Street
DPRI/3/1789/A17   18 March 1789
administration bond, penal sum £100; John BARNFATHER, miner, of Pinfoldhouse in the parish of Stanhope. Died January 1789
DPRI/3/1789/A18   24 March 1789
administration bond, penal sum £20; George GRAHAM, mason, of Wolsingham
DPRI/3/1789/A19   27 March 1789
administration bond, penal sum £120; Thomas Harrison KIRKLEY, gentleman, of Crosgate in the chapelry of Saint Margaret near the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1789/A20   23 March 1789
administration bond, penal sum £160; William CHARLTON, yeoman, of Gunnerston Pitt house in the chapelry of Birtley the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1789/A21/1-2   14 March 1789
curation bond, penal sum £100; John BARNFATHER, miner, of Pinfoldhouse in the parish of Stanhope. Died January 1789
DPRI/3/1789/A21/2-3   3 March 1789
election of guardian; John BARNFATHER, miner, of Pinfoldhouse in the parish of Stanhope. Died January 1789
with acceptance of guardianship, 3 March 1789
DPRI/3/1789/A22   26 March 1789
administration bond, penal sum £28; John HUNTLEY, butcher, of Plessey in the parish of Stannington
DPRI/3/1789/A23/1-2   31 March 1789
administration bond, penal sum £9; Martin MIDDLETON, of Sadberge
grant of administration to Sarah Heltus limited to the intestate's interest in property at Sadberge
DPRI/3/1789/A24   15 April 1789
administration bond, penal sum £1,500; Paxton APPLEBY, mariner, bachelor, of on board the merchant ship The Nancy
DPRI/3/1789/A25   17 March 1789
administration bond, penal sum £100; George TATE, schoolmaster, of South Shields in the chapelry of St Hilds
DPRI/3/1789/A26   21 April 1789
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Clement WOOD, the younger, tanner, of Framwelgate in the chapelry of Saint Margaret near the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1789/A27   24 March 1789
administration bond, penal sum £39; Joseph ROBINSON, bricklayer, of Sunderland near the sea
DPRI/3/1789/A28   28 April 1789
administration bond; William DUNN, ironmonger, of Sadler street in the parish of St Nicholas
with affirmation, 28 April 1789, penal sum £2,000
DPRI/3/1789/A29   30 April 1789
administration bond, penal sum £70; Jackson HUDSON, gentleman, of Bishop Wearmouth in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth
DPRI/3/1789/A30   30 April 1789
administration bond, penal sum £560; Joseph BARNETT, farmer, of Birkby
DPRI/3/1789/A31   20 May 1789
administration bond, penal sum £39; Michael ELLISON, mariner, bachelor, of Plymouth in the county of Devon
DPRI/3/1789/A32   27 May 1789
administration bond, penal sum £2,500; Joseph BUCKTON, yeoman, of Cowclose in the chapelry of Lamesley
DPRI/3/1789/A33   26 May 1789
administration bond, penal sum £100; George POTTS, bread-baker, of South Shields in the chapelry of St Hilds
DPRI/3/1789/A34/1   9 June 1789
administration bond, penal sum £600; Margaret SANDFORD, alias Hall, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1789/A34/2   27 May 1789
letter of request; Margaret SANDFORD, alias Hall, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed
letter of request from Durham to the bishop of Coventry and Lichfield
DPRI/3/1789/A34/3   9 June 1789
certificate of oath; Margaret SANDFORD, alias Hall, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed
reply from bishop of Coventry and Lichfield to Durham
DPRI/3/1789/A35   13 June 1789
administration bond, penal sum £160; Thomas WALTON, yeoman, of Throston in the parish of Hart
DPRI/3/1789/A36   17 June 1789
administration bond, penal sum £500; Elizabeth FENTON, spinster, of chapelry of Saint John's in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1789/A37/1   27 June 1789
administration bond, penal sum £100; William GALLOWAY, yeoman, bachelor, of Thinford lane end in the township of Hett in the parish of Merrington
DPRI/3/1789/A37/2-3   25 June 1789
renunciation; William GALLOWAY, yeoman, bachelor, of Thinford lane end in the township of Hett in the parish of Merrington
DPRI/3/1789/A38   18 June 1789
administration bond, penal sum £100; John STAFFORD, victualler, of Sunderland near the sea
DPRI/3/1789/A39   29 June 1789
administration bond, penal sum £450; Thomas HENSON, yeoman, of chapelry of Brinkburn
DPRI/3/1789/A40   6 July 1789
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Charles LAMBTON, gentleman, widower, of Green Court in the chapelry of Saint Andrew
DPRI/3/1789/A41   18 July 1789
administration bond, penal sum £500; Jonathan POOLEY, clerk, of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1789/A42   13 July 1789
administration bond, penal sum £90; Dorothy BOWSER, spinster, of Bishop Auckland in the parish of St Andrew Auckland
DPRI/3/1789/A43   17 July 1789
administration bond, penal sum £40; George ATKINSON, tile-maker, of Hylton Ferry in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth
DPRI/3/1789/A44   23 July 1789
administration bond, penal sum £39; Joseph SCOTT, victualler, of Sunderland in the parish of Sunderland
DPRI/3/1789/A45/1   24 July 1789
administration bond, penal sum £500; John SOULSBY, the younger, glass bottle-maker, of Mushroom glass house in the chapelry of All Saints
DPRI/3/1789/A45/2   8 May 1789
renunciation; John SOULSBY, the younger, glass bottle-maker, of Mushroom glass house in the chapelry of All Saints
DPRI/3/1789/A46   5 July 1789
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; John ROTHERAM, clerk, bachelor, of Houghton le Spring in the parish of Houghton le Spring
DPRI/3/1789/A47   25 May 1789
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Thomas SNOWBALL, gentleman, of Aldston in the parish of Aldston
DPRI/3/1789/A48   1 August 1789
administration bond, penal sum £140; William TUCK, tailor, bachelor, of parish of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1789/A49   10 August 1789
administration bond, penal sum £600; Joseph FRANCE, bachelor, of Tweedmouth in the chapelry of Tweedmouth
DPRI/3/1789/A50   31 July 1789
administration bond, penal sum £90; Thomas DENNISON, bachelor, of Craike in the parish of Craike
DPRI/3/1789/A51   17 August 1789
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; George GOWENS, gentleman, bachelor, of Shadfin in the parish of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1789/A52   17 August 1789
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; George GOWENS, gentleman, widower, of Shadfin in the parish of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1789/A53   28 August 1789
administration bond, penal sum £800; Barbara WALLIS, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1789/A54   15 September 1789
administration bond, penal sum £39; Timothy HUTTON, gentleman, of parish of Easington
DPRI/3/1789/A55   23 September 1789
administration bond, penal sum £100; Margaret RUMLEY, widow, of Monkwearmouth shore in the parish of Monkwearmouth
DPRI/3/1789/A56   26 September 1789
administration bond, penal sum £100; John ROBSON, mariner, of South Shields
DPRI/3/1789/A57/1-2   28 September 1789
administration bond, penal sum £9; Leonard HARTLEY, gentleman, of Hurworth in the county of Durham
grant of administration to Simon Haw limited to the intestate's interest in property at Darlington
DPRI/3/1789/A58   1 October 1789
administration bond, penal sum £200; Andrew TROTTER, merchant, of Ford in the parish of Ford
DPRI/3/1789/A59   5 October 1789
administration bond, penal sum £500; George LESLIE, gardener, seedsman, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed in the parish of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1789/A60   10 October 1789
administration bond, penal sum £150; Mary CATHERINE, widow, of Millburngate in the chapelry of Saint Margaret near the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1789/A61   16 October 1789
administration bond, penal sum £500; Robert CROW, yeoman, of Cowpan Bewlay
DPRI/3/1789/A62   24 October 1789
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Thomas BURRELL, yeoman, of Chillingham in the parish of Chillingham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1789/A63   26 September 1789
administration bond, penal sum £30; Thomas PATTINSON, yeoman, of Gainford in the parish of Gainford
DPRI/3/1789/A64   31 October 1789
administration bond, penal sum £700; Thomas RICHARDSON, yeoman, bachelor, of Greatham in the parish of Greatham
DPRI/3/1789/A65   31 October 1789
administration bond, penal sum £160; Roger WOMPHRAY, yeoman, widower, of Helsay in the parish of Warkworth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1789/A66   3 November 1789
administration bond, penal sum £250; John ESHINGTON, master mariner, of Sunderland near the sea in the parish of Sunderland near the sea
DPRI/3/1789/A67   4 November 1789
administration bond, penal sum £500; Ralph GOWLAND, yeoman, bachelor, of Sedgfield
DPRI/3/1789/A68   2 November 1789
administration bond, penal sum £1,300; William WATSON, gentleman, of Renington in the chapelry of Renington
DPRI/3/1789/A69   13 November 1789
administration bond, penal sum £2,600; Aaron WOOD, gentleman, of Humbleton in the chapelry of Doddington in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1789/A70   14 November 1789
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; John BELL, yeoman, of Hebburn in the parish of Chillingham
DPRI/3/1789/A71/1   9 November 1789
administration bond, penal sum £150; Christopher BELL, mariner, bachelor, of belonging to the merchant ship Endeavour of Liverpool
DPRI/3/1789/A71/2   10 November 1789
letter of request; Christopher BELL, mariner, bachelor, of belonging to the merchant ship Endeavour of Liverpool
letter of request sent to the magistrates of the city of Glasgow, with note on verso that oath was administered on 13 November 1789
DPRI/3/1789/A72/1   9 November 1789
administration bond, penal sum £150; Matthew BELL, merchant, bachelor, of city of Glasgow
DPRI/3/1789/A72/2   10 November 1789
letter of request; Matthew BELL, merchant, bachelor, of city of Glasgow
letter of request sent to the magistrates of the city of Glasgow, with answer at the back, administration of oath done on 13 November 1789
DPRI/3/1789/A73   18 November 1789
administration bond, penal sum £38; Bartholomew THOMPSON, glazier, painter, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1789/A74   23 November 1789
administration bond, penal sum £300; Elizabeth LEECH, of parish of Whickham
DPRI/3/1789/A75   25 November 1789
administration bond, penal sum £10,100; Thomas BIRD, gentleman, of Bishop Wearmouth
DPRI/3/1789/A76   1 December 1789
administration bond, penal sum £100; William JAMESON, mariner, of South Shields in the chapelry of St Hilds
DPRI/3/1789/A77   1 December 1789
administration bond, penal sum £580; James PRINGLE, yeoman, of Boltsburn in the parish of Stanhope
DPRI/3/1789/A78   2 December 1789
administration bond, penal sum £100; Eleanor WOOD, heretofore Jameson, of Monkwearmouth shore in the parish of Monkwearmouth
DPRI/3/1789/A79   17 December 1789
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Ralph ALLINSON, bachelor, of Sunderland near the sea in the parish of Sunderland near the sea
DPRI/3/1789/A80   29 December 1789
administration bond, penal sum £180; Oliver LENDRETH, farmer, bachelor, of chapelry of Tweedmouth
DPRI/3/1789/A81/1-2   23 December 1789
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; Thomas WOODCOCK, bachelor, of Lincolns Inn in the county of Middlesex. Died 1788
grant of administration to Thomas Sowerby limited to the intestate's interest in property at Norham
DPRI/3/1789/A81/3-4   29 October 1789
proxy of consent; Thomas WOODCOCK, bachelor, of Lincolns Inn in the county of Middlesex. Died 1788
proxy of the father of the deceased consenting that limited administration should be granted to Thomas Sowerby
DPRI/3/1789/A81/5-6   16 November 1789
proxy of consent; Thomas WOODCOCK, bachelor, of Lincolns Inn in the county of Middlesex. Died 1788
proxy of John Randall, Charles Phillott and Edward Eyles, possessors of a lien on the Norham property, consenting that limited administration should be granted to Thomas Sowerby
DPRI/3/1789/A81/7-8   19 October 1789
proxy; Thomas WOODCOCK, bachelor, of Lincolns Inn in the county of Middlesex. Died 1788
proxy of Francis Ord nominating Thomas Sowerby to take out limited administration or property at Norham, and appointing proctors at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury and at Durham to procure the same
DPRI/3/1789/A81/9-26   23 December 1789
act of court; Thomas WOODCOCK, bachelor, of Lincolns Inn in the county of Middlesex. Died 1788
act of court made at Doctors' Commons before George Harris, Durham Chancellor: limited administration decreed to be granted to Thomas Sowerby named by and on the part of Francis Ord esquire; administration granted, 8 Jan 1790
Will bonds 1789
Reference: DPRI/3/1789/T Not yet catalogued (due to be listed 2011/12 or 2012/13)

Administration bonds 1790
Reference: DPRI/3/1790/A
DPRI/3/1790/A1   6 January 1790
administration bond, penal sum £38; James LEYBOURN, woodmonger, of Whickham in the parish of Whickham
DPRI/3/1790/A2   8 January 1790
administration bond, penal sum £160; Thomasine CLARKSON, otherwise Clawson, spinster, of Framwelgate in the chapelry of St Margaret near the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1790/A3   11 January 1790
administration bond, penal sum £180; David ASHWORTH, gentleman, bachelor, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1790/A4   30 December 1789
administration bond, penal sum £100; George MARSHALL, yeoman, widower, of South Shields
DPRI/3/1790/A5   15 January 1790
administration bond, penal sum £500; Thomas MONKHOUSE, the younger, of North Shields
DPRI/3/1790/A6   21 January 1790
administration bond, penal sum £120; Isabella SELLARS, widow, of South Shields in the chapelry of St Hilds
DPRI/3/1790/A7   22 January 1790
administration bond, penal sum £300; Thomas WILSON, master mariner, of Numbers Garth in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth
DPRI/3/1790/A8   25 January 1790
administration bond, penal sum £150; William CLARKE, linen-draper, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1790/A9   25 January 1790
administration bond, penal sum £150; Robert DONALDSON, mariner, of Gateshead
DPRI/3/1790/A10   26 January 1790
administration bond, penal sum £300; Jonathan MARTIN, gentleman, of chapelry of St Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1790/A11   1 February 1790
administration bond, penal sum £50; William JAMSON, yeoman, of Sunderland near the sea in the parish of Sunderland near the sea
DPRI/3/1790/A12   1 February 1790
administration bond, penal sum £50; Benjamin JAMSON, painter, bachelor, of Bishop Wearmouth near the sea in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth
DPRI/3/1790/A13   3 February 1790
administration bond, penal sum £1,800; John GRISDALE, sawyer, of Claypath in the parish of St Nicholas
DPRI/3/1790/A14   26 January 1790
administration bond, penal sum £580; Mary SHELL, spinster, of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1790/A15   3 February 1790
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Jonathan RUDD, master mariner, of Monkwearmouth shore in the parish of Monkwearmouth
DPRI/3/1790/A16   5 February 1790
administration bond, penal sum £500; Robert BARON, esquire, of Alnwick in the parish of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1790/A17   10 February 1790
administration bond, penal sum £2,400; John PATTISON, gentleman, of Eachwick in the parish of Heddon on the wall
DPRI/3/1790/A18   6 February 1790
administration bond, penal sum £580; Sarah TEMPERLY, widow, of parish of Aldston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1790/A19   15 February 1790
administration bond, penal sum £160; John OSWALD, butcher, bachelor, of Tanfield in the chapelry of Tanfield
DPRI/3/1790/A20   3 February 1790
administration bond, penal sum £150; James DAND, yeoman, of Bedlington
DPRI/3/1790/A21/1-2   20 February 1790
administration bond, penal sum £9; Robert FORSTER, gentleman, of Hawthorn in the parish of Easington
grant of administration to Martin Wilkinson limited to the intestate's interest in property at Hawthorn
DPRI/3/1790/A22   25 February 1790
administration bond, penal sum £120; John MACKEY, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilds
DPRI/3/1790/A23   27 February 1790
administration bond, penal sum £500; George MOFFITT, widower, of Collage Park
DPRI/3/1790/A24   9 February 1790
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Ann GOWEN, widow of Thomas Gowen, widow, of Shadfin in the parish of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1790/A25   4 February 1790
administration bond, penal sum £120; Henry KIPLIN, of Bolam in the parish of Gainford
DPRI/3/1790/A26   17 March 1790
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; George GIBSON, yeoman, of Coldrife in the parish of Bamburgh
DPRI/3/1790/A27   19 March 1790
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; John MATTISON, ironmonger, of Alnwick in the parish of Alnwick
DPRI/3/1790/A28   1 April 1790
administration bond, penal sum £180; William BROWN, blacksmith, of Monkseaton in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1790/A29   8 April 1790
administration bond, penal sum £100; John INGRAM, butcher, of parish of St Nicholas in the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1790/A30   7 April 1790
administration bond, penal sum £80; Mary CLOOF, of Barnard Castle in the chapelry of Barnard Castle
DPRI/3/1790/A31   16 April 1790
administration bond, penal sum £300; David BELL, innholder, widower, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
regranted to John Procter as goods were left unadministered by Dorothy Cathro, since deceased
DPRI/3/1790/A32   24 March 1790
administration bond, penal sum £500; William LONSDALE, yeoman, of Shilvington in the parish of Morpeth
DPRI/3/1790/A33   16 April 1790
administration bond, penal sum £160; Sarah RAMSHAW, widow, of Hamsterley in the chapelry of Hamsterley
DPRI/3/1790/A34   16 April 1790
administration bond, penal sum £200; Mary VASEY, of Hamsterley in the chapelry of Hamsterley
DPRI/3/1790/A35   20 April 1790
administration bond, penal sum £500; Robert WOOD, master mariner, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1790/A36   24 April 1790
administration bond, penal sum £150; George LAUGHAM, butcher, of Monkwearmouth shore in the parish of Monkwearmouth
DPRI/3/1790/A37   20 April 1790
administration bond, penal sum £100; Jane WILKINSON, of Trimdon
DPRI/3/1790/A38   26 April 1790
administration bond, penal sum £1,900; Jane GREENWELL, widow, of chapelry of Saint Andrews in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1790/A39   27 April 1790
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas WRIGHT, tanner, widower, of Belford in the parochial chapelry of Belford in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1790/A40   5 May 1790
administration bond, penal sum £150; Margaret STUBBS, spinster, of chapelry of Bernard Castle
DPRI/3/1790/A41   12 May 1790
administration bond, penal sum £250; John WESTWOOD, yeoman, bachelor, of South Biddick in the parish of Houghton le Spring
DPRI/3/1790/A42   11 May 1790
administration bond, penal sum £180; James TEASDALE, miner, of Ayle in the parish of Kirkhaugh in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1790/A43   19 May 1790
administration bond, penal sum £560; John WARDLE, grocer, of Alnwick in the parish of Alnwick
DPRI/3/1790/A44   19 May 1790
administration bond, penal sum £380; Edward HALL, yeoman, of Northumberland street in the chapelry of St Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1790/A45/1-2   21 May 1790
administration bond, penal sum £9; John HULL, of Ousterley in the parish of Lanchester
grant of administration to William Smith limited to the intestate's interest in property at Lanchester
DPRI/3/1790/A46   24 May 1790
administration bond, penal sum £250; Christopher WALLS, gardener, of Windleston in the parish of St Andrew Auckland
DPRI/3/1790/A47   18 May 1790
administration bond, penal sum £39; Ann HUMBLE, widow, of Elsdon
DPRI/3/1790/A48   29 May 1790
administration bond, penal sum £1,100; William TODD, gentleman, of Little Usworth in the parish of Washington
DPRI/3/1790/A49   16 June 1790
administration bond, penal sum £400; John TAYLOR, yeoman, of High Chipburn in the parish of Woodhorn
DPRI/3/1790/A50   18 June 1790
administration bond, penal sum £700; Margaret POWDITCH, widow, of Tynemouth
DPRI/3/1790/A51   19 June 1790
administration bond, penal sum £500; James HALL, excise officer, of Ayres Key in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth
DPRI/3/1790/A52   25 June 1790
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Margaret ROWNTREE, of Stockton upon Tees
DPRI/3/1790/A53   2 July 1790
administration bond, penal sum £1,400; Hannah AKENHEAD, widow, of parish of St Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1790/A54   5 July 1790
administration bond, penal sum £1,100; Mary FEATHERSTONHAUGH, widow, of chapelry of St John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1790/A55   23 July 1790
administration bond, penal sum £180; Jacob HUTCHINSON, yeoman, bachelor, of Wall House in the parish of Stamfordham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1790/A56   21 July 1790
administration bond, penal sum £5,000; William STARWARD, yeoman, of Goswick in the parish of Holy Island
DPRI/3/1790/A57   29 June 1790
administration bond, penal sum £500; Dorothy JACKSON, widow, of chapelry of St Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1790/A58   7 August 1790
administration bond, penal sum £180; Michael ATKINSON, master mariner, of chapelry of All Saints
DPRI/3/1790/A59   23 July 1790
administration bond, penal sum £100; Elizabeth MAUGHAM, widow, of parish of St Nicholas in Durham
DPRI/3/1790/A60   21 August 1790
administration bond, penal sum £400; William ATKINSON, timber-merchant, of Cambo in the parish of Hartburn
DPRI/3/1790/A61   3 September 1790
administration bond, penal sum £500; Luke HUTCHINSON, yeoman, of Wolviston
DPRI/3/1790/A62   11 September 1790
administration bond, penal sum £400; John ELTRINGHAM, yeoman, of Prudhoe in the parish of Ovingham
DPRI/3/1790/A63   13 September 1790
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; George WAKEFIELD, gentleman, bachelor, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth
DPRI/3/1790/A64   25 September 1790
administration bond, penal sum £150; Edward ELLIOTT, of Sunniside in the parish of Whickham
regranted to John Hutchinson as goods were left unadministered by Thomas Rippon, since deceased
DPRI/3/1790/A65   30 September 1790
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; William HUMBLE, gentleman, bachelor, of Ryton
DPRI/3/1790/A66   6 October 1790
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Hewbanke BELL, mariner, bachelor, of Barras Bridge in the chapelry of St Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1790/A67   2 October 1790
administration bond, penal sum £540; Ann RICHARDSON, widow, of Bishop wearmouth in the parish of Bishop wearmouth
DPRI/3/1790/A68   16 October 1790
administration bond, penal sum £150; Ruth MARLEY, of Dunston in the parish of Whickham
DPRI/3/1790/A69   2 November 1790
administration bond, penal sum £1,800; Nicholas RAHTGENS, otherwise Rogers, sugar-boiler, widower, of parish of St Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1790/A70   19 November 1790
administration bond, penal sum £160; Richard SMITH, innkeeper, of Gateshead in the parish of Gateshead
DPRI/3/1790/A71   30 November 1790
administration bond, penal sum £300; Thomas GALLON, innkeeper, of Houghton le Spring in the parish of Houghton-le-Spring
DPRI/3/1790/A72   1 December 1790
administration bond, penal sum £120; George EDEN, barber, of South Shields in the chapelry of St Hilds
DPRI/3/1790/A73   6 December 1790
administration bond, penal sum £390; William FORSTER, innkeeper, of South Shields in the chapelry of St Hilds
DPRI/3/1790/A74   15 December 1790
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; George GREENE, coal-viewer, of Gateshead in the parish of Gateshead
DPRI/3/1790/A75/1-2   14 December 1790
administration bond, penal sum £9; William NORTON, gentleman, of Great Aycliffe in the parish of Aycliffe
grant of administration to Thomas Heaviside limited to the intestate's interest in property at Stockton
DPRI/3/1790/A76/1-2   16 December 1790
administration bond, penal sum £9; Thomas RICHARDSON, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to Thomas Norton limited to the intestate's interest in property at Allerdean otherwise Rough Chester
DPRI/3/1790/A77   17 December 1790
administration bond, penal sum £150; John WILSON, innkeeper, of South Shields in the chapelry of St Hilds
DPRI/3/1790/A78   13 December 1790
administration bond, penal sum £400; Benezer POWELL, gentleman, of Stanhope in the parish of Stanhope
DPRI/3/1790/A79   15 December 1790
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Joseph GRAY, sail-maker, widower, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1790/A80   16 December 1790
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Thomas HARBOTTLE, corn-merchant, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1790/A81   13 December 1790
administration bond, penal sum £39; George REAY, block-maker, of Sunderland near the sea
DPRI/3/1790/A82   22 December 1790
administration bond, penal sum £180; Thomas MILLER, innkeeper, of Berwick upon Tweed in the parish of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1790/A83   23 December 1790
administration bond, penal sum £120; William STOREY, cooper, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1790/A84/1   28 December 1790
administration bond, penal sum £300; Teresa ANDERSON, spinster, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
regranted to Edward Anderson as goods were left unadministered by Margaret Anderson, since deceased
DPRI/3/1790/A84/2-3   23 December 1790
renunciation; Teresa ANDERSON, spinster, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1790/A85   14 April 1790
administration bond, penal sum £1,100; Ann ARMSTRONG, widow, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1790/A86   28 December 1790
administration bond, penal sum £37; Thomas MATHER, miller, of Brinkburn Mill in the parish of Felton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1790/A87   27 December 1790
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; James SCOTT, yeoman, of Bridgeford in the chapelry of Bellingham in the county of Northumberland
Will bonds 1790
Reference: DPRI/3/1790/T Not yet catalogued (due to be listed 2011/12 or 2012/13)

Administration bonds 1791
Reference: DPRI/3/1791/A
DPRI/3/1791/A1   6 January 1791
administration bond; William COPELAND, yeoman, of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1791/A2   12 January 1791
administration bond, penal sum £600; William JACKSON, master mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1791/A3   13 January 1791
administration bond, penal sum £700; William KIRTON, master mariner, of Stockton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1791/A4   22 January 1791
administration bond, penal sum £100; Jane WHEATLEY, nee Darey, of chapelry of Heworth
DPRI/3/1791/A5   27 January 1791
administration bond, penal sum £500; John ATKINSON, gentleman, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1791/A6   29 January 1791
administration bond, penal sum £29; John PERKIN, flour dealer, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1791/A7   10 January 1791
administration bond, penal sum £200; Hannah MARSHALL, spinster, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1791/A8   10 February 1791
administration bond, penal sum £100; James PLETTS, common brewer, of Stella in the parish of Ryton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1791/A9   15 February 1791
administration bond, penal sum £150; James FORBES, baker, bachelor, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1791/A10/1-2   12 February 1791
administration bond, penal sum £2,030; John CORNER, yeoman, of Fitches in the chapelry of Hamsterly in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1791/A11   19 February 1791
administration bond, penal sum £2,200; John BLACKETT, esquire, bachelor, of Wylam in the parish of Ovingham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1791/A12   21 February 1791
administration bond, penal sum £12,000; Robert HEDLEY, gentleman, widower, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1791/A13/1-2   24 February 1791
administration bond, penal sum £500; Matthew TROTTER, yeoman, of Lutterington in the parish of Saint Helen Auckland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1791/A14   26 February 1791
administration bond, penal sum £560; Edward MOLE, gentleman, of parish of Whittingham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1791/A15   8 March 1791
administration bond, penal sum £200; Cuthbert WILSON, clerk, widower, of Chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1791/A16   7 March 1791
administration bond, penal sum £400; Richard LAWSON, master mariner, of South Shields
DPRI/3/1791/A17   16 March 1791
administration bond, penal sum £160; Cuthbert HOLDEN, brandy-merchant, of New Elvet in the parish of Saint Oswald in the city of Durham and county of Durham
DPRI/3/1791/A18/1-2   14 March 1791
administration bond, penal sum £160; Joseph NICHOLSON, joiner, of Wolsingham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1791/A19/1-2   16 March 1791
curation bond; Cuthbert ROBSON, butcher, widower, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1791/A20   16 March 1791
administration bond, penal sum £150; Cuthbert ROBSON, butcher, widower, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1791/A21/1   17 March 1791
administration bond, penal sum £300; James HENDERSON, gentleman, bachelor, of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1791/A21/2-3   16 February 1791
power of attorney; James HENDERSON, gentleman, bachelor, of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1791/A22   19 March 1791
administration bond, penal sum £100; Cuthbert JURDISON, yeoman, bachelor, of Brandon in the parish of Brancepeth in the couty
DPRI/3/1791/A23   22 March 1791
administration bond, penal sum £300; John LAWSON, tailor, of Parish of St. Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1791/A24   16 March 1791
administration bond, penal sum £4,900; Edward SELBY, of Yardhill in the chapelry of Doddington in thecounty of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1791/A25   29 March 1791
administration bond, penal sum £150; Joseph NATTRASS, yeoman, of Pittington inthe parish of Pittington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1791/A26   2 April 1791
administration bond, penal sum £50; Richard PATTISON, bachelor, of Berwick upon Tweed in the parish of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1791/A27   8 April 1791
administration bond, penal sum £560; Jane STORE, spinster, of Alnwick in the parish of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1791/A28   11 April 1791
administration bond, penal sum £500; Thomas MURRAY, master mariner, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1791/A29   13 April 1791
administration bond, penal sum £400; William ANDERSON, butcher, bachelor, of South Shields
DPRI/3/1791/A30   20 April 1791
administration bond, penal sum £450; Ann MARR, spinster, of Morpeth in the parish of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1791/A31   21 April 1791
administration bond, penal sum £500; John TYZACK, master mariner, bachelor, of township of Byker within the capelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1791/A32   21 April 1791
administration bond, penal sum £1,800; Jonathan TYZACK, gentleman, bachelor, of township of Byker within the chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1791/A33   20 April 1791
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Henry LIGHTFOOT, hop-merchant, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1791/A34   20 April 1791
administration bond, penal sum £150; Thomas LOWES, of Sheepwash in the parish of Bedlington
DPRI/3/1791/A35   29 April 1791
administration bond, penal sum £25; James HOGARTH, mariner, bachelor, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1791/A36   27 April 1791
administration bond, penal sum £40; Thomas ROBSON, master mariner, of Sunderland near the sea in the parish of Sunderland near the sea
DPRI/3/1791/A37   25 April 1791
administration bond, penal sum £39; Richard STEPHENSON, miner, of Nenthead in the parish of Alstone in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1791/A38/1   29 April 1791
administration bond, penal sum £190; Margaret HACKQUIT, spinster, of Berwick upon Tweed in North Britain in the parish of Berwick upo Tweed. Died 14 March 1791
DPRI/3/1791/A38/2-3   4 April 1791
power of attorney; Margaret HACKQUIT, spinster, of Berwick upon Tweed in North Britain in the parish of Berwick upo Tweed. Died 14 March 1791
DPRI/3/1791/A39   4 May 1791
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; William BARRAS, gentleman, of Ayres Key in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1791/A40   18 May 1791
administration bond, penal sum £170; Francis FORSTER, esquire, bachelor, of Feltonpeth Foot in the parish of Felton in the county of Northumberland and the diocese ofDurham
DPRI/3/1791/A41   20 May 1791
administration bond, penal sum £1,800; Thomas WATSON, joiner, bachelor, of Framwelgate in the chapelry ofSaint Margaret in the county
DPRI/3/1791/A42   23 May 1791
administration bond, penal sum £500; John MORGAN, glazier, of Wolsingham in the parish of Wolsingham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1791/A43/1-2   18 May 1791
administration bond, penal sum £200; Elizabeth ATKINSON, spinster, of Greatham inthe parish ofGreatham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1791/A43/3-5   14 May 1791
renunciation; Elizabeth ATKINSON, spinster, of Greatham inthe parish ofGreatham in the county of Durham
memorandum relating that administration granted, 16 May 1791
DPRI/3/1791/A44   24 May 1791
administration bond, penal sum £500; John BLAXTON, parish clerk, of Tanfield in the chapelry of Tanfield
DPRI/3/1791/A45   23 May 1791
administration bond, penal sum £500; Robert ALEXANDER, yeoman, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1791/A46   28 May 1791
administration bond, penal sum £30; Thomas PARNABY, butcher, of Bishop Auckland in the parish of Saint Andrew Auckland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1791/A47   27 May 1791
administration bond, penal sum £500; Arnold JACKSON, master mariner, bachelor, of Bishop Wearmouth in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth and diocese ofDurham
DPRI/3/1791/A48/1-2   20 June 1791
administration bond, penal sum £100; John EGGLESTONE, fitter, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the parish of Monkwearmouth
DPRI/3/1791/A49/1-2   21 June 1791
administration bond, penal sum £500; Rachael STOTHART, spinster, of Old Elvet in the parish of Saint Oswald in the county and diocese ofDurham
DPRI/3/1791/A50   23 June 1791
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert WALKER, fitter, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1791/A51/1-2   28 June 1791
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Thomas Gardner DIXON, minor, bachelor, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1791/A52/1-2   28 June 1791
administration bond, penal sum £500; Wiliam GARDNER, yeoman, bachelor, of Thropton in the parish of Rothbury in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1791/A53/1-2   30 June 1791
administration bond, penal sum £500; George WESTGARTH, butcher, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1791/A54/1-2   30 June 1791
administration bond, penal sum £50; Margaret WHEATLEY, widow, of parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1791/A55/1-2   30 June 1791
administration bond, penal sum £380; Thomas MOSES, gentleman, of Wolsingham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1791/A56/1-2   1 July 1791
administration bond, penal sum £39; William KIRKUP, master mariner, of parish of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1791/A57/1-2   4 July 1791
administration bond, penal sum £500; Mary WETHERELL, widow, of parish of Saint Mary le Bow in the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1791/A58   13 July 1791
administration bond, penal sum £150; Hannah GRAHAM, widow, of parish of Rothbury in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1791/A59/1-3   25 July 1791
administration bond, penal sum £9; William WETHERELL, yeoman, of Morton Palmes in the parish of Haughton in the county of Durham
Grant of administration limited to intestate's interest in property at Haughton, Foxton and Morden
DPRI/3/1791/A60/1-4   29 July 1791
administration bond, penal sum £9; Thomas HARRISON, merchant, of city of York
Grant of administration limited to the intestate's interest in eight oxgangs of land in Foxton, Sedgefield
DPRI/3/1791/A61/1-3   29 July 1791
administration bond, penal sum £9; Thomas PHILLIPSON, gentleman, of New Elvet in or near the city of Durham in the county of Durham
Grant of administration limited to the intestate's interest in the manor of Foxton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1791/A62   28 July 1791
administration bond, penal sum £250; Ann LACY, widow, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1791/A63   5 August 1791
administration bond, penal sum £1,100; John YOUNG, master mariner, bachelor, of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1791/A64   1 August 1791
administration bond, penal sum £36; John BROWN, yeoman, bachelor, of Hutton Henry in the parish of Monkhesilden in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1791/A65   8 August 1791
administration bond, penal sum £900; Ann HARRISON, nee Jefferson, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilds
DPRI/3/1791/A66/1-2   16 July 1791
administration bond, penal sum £500; Robert DIXON, of Ludwell in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham
Bond endorsed with 16 (18) July 1791 memorandum relating that administration was granted to George Dixon
DPRI/3/1791/A66/3-4   16 July 1791
renunciation; Robert DIXON, of Ludwell in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham
Proxy with 18 July 1791 memorandum relating that proxy was exhibited and administration was granted to George Dixon
DPRI/3/1791/A67   23 August 1791
administration bond, penal sum £60; John BROWN, of Longframlington in the parish of Felton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1791/A68   24 August 1791
administration bond, penal sum £140; Robert NICHOLSON, master mariner, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northmberland
DPRI/3/1791/A69/1   6 September 1791
administration bond, penal sum £500; Thomas LINDSEY, bachelor, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1791/A69/2   6 September 1791
letter of request; Thomas LINDSEY, bachelor, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
letter of request from Durham to London
DPRI/3/1791/A69/3   22 August 1791
certificate of oath; Thomas LINDSEY, bachelor, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
reply from London to Durham
DPRI/3/1791/A70   10 September 1791
administration bond, penal sum £500; John DIXON, yeoman, of Silksworth in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1791/A71/1-2   3 October 1791
curation bond, penal sum £39; Hannah SMITH, widow, of City of Durham
DPRI/3/1791/A72   3 October 1791
administration bond; Hannah SMITH, widow, of City of Durham
DPRI/3/1791/A73/1-2   5 October 1791
curation bond; John TINKER, master mariner, widower, formerly of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilds, late of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
with tuition bond, penal sum £2,000
DPRI/3/1791/A73/3-5   21 September 1791
election of guardians; John TINKER, master mariner, widower, formerly of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilds, late of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1791/A73/6-8   21 September 1791
acceptance of guardianship; John TINKER, master mariner, widower, formerly of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilds, late of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1791/A74   5 October 1791
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; John TINKER, master mariner, widower, formerly of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilds, late of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1791/A75   18 October 1791
administration bond, penal sum £199; Edward FARMER, master mariner, bachelor, of Sunderland near the Sea
DPRI/3/1791/A76   6 October 1791
administration bond, penal sum £800; Ann DAVISON, widow, of Humbleton in the chaplency of Doddington
DPRI/3/1791/A77   21 October 1791
administration bond, penal sum £800; John DOBSON, spirit-merchant, of Sunderland near the Sea
DPRI/3/1791/A78   21 October 1791
administration bond, penal sum £800; William MEAD, joiner, house-carpenter, bachelor, of Old Elvett in the parish of Saint Oswald in the county of Durham
Administration granted to William Stott, by decree of court, pending a Durham Consistory Court case: George Pearson, John Pearson, Christopher Pearson, (alleged) cousins german of the intestate v Dorothy Petch, Frances Petch, Margaret Petch, spinsters, and John Petch, (alleged) cousins german of the intestate, and also John Hutchinson, uncle of the intestate
DPRI/3/1791/A79   31 October 1791
administration bond, penal sum £1,400; John LAWRIE, gentleman, widower, of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1791/A80   24 October 1791
administration bond, penal sum £9; Joseph PAXTON, of Bishopwearmouth in the parish of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1791/A81   1 November 1791
administration bond, penal sum £100; William REYNOLDS, gentleman, of Parish of Saint Mary le Bow in the diocese of Durham
DPRI/3/1791/A82   4 November 1791
administration bond, penal sum £8,000; Henry MORTON, gentleman, of Paston in the parish of Kirknewton
DPRI/3/1791/A83   17 November 1791
administration bond, penal sum £100; Newark HUDSON, gentleman, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1791/A84   18 November 1791
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; William MEAD, joiner, house-carpenter, bachelor, of Old Elvett in the parish of Saint Oswald in the county of Durham
Administration granted (by decree of court) to Christopher Pearson and Margaret Petch
DPRI/3/1791/A85   17 November 1791
administration bond, penal sum £500; Jonathan COOPER, master mariner, of Sunderland by the sea
DPRI/3/1791/A86/1   12 November 1791
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; John LAWSON, esquire, widower, of Barton in the county of Bed ford
Bond re-executed 21 Nov 1791; administration passed at Durham, 25 Nov 1791
DPRI/3/1791/A86/2   12 November 1791
certificate of oath; John LAWSON, esquire, widower, of Barton in the county of Bed ford
DPRI/3/1791/A86/3   3 November 1791
letter of request; John LAWSON, esquire, widower, of Barton in the county of Bed ford
Letter of request from the Bishop of Durham to the Bishop of London
DPRI/3/1791/A87   29 November 1791
administration bond, penal sum £500; John UPTON, yeoman, widower, of Winlaton in th parish of Ryton
DPRI/3/1791/A88   28 November 1791
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Henry BARBER, common brewer, of Belford in the chapelry of Belford
DPRI/3/1791/A89   2 December 1791
administration bond, penal sum £30; John BOGGEN, pitman, bachelor, of Little Benton in the parish of Long Benton
DPRI/3/1791/A90   3 December 1791
administration bond, penal sum £500; Alexander SURTEES, yeoman, of Bishop Wearmouth in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth
DPRI/3/1791/A91   13 December 1791
administration bond, penal sum £40; Robert MOSS, gentleman, of Sunderland near the Sea
DPRI/3/1791/A92   14 December 1791
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Jane WILKIE, spinster, of Parish of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1791/A93   29 December 1791
administration bond, penal sum £560; Thomas ELDER, gentleman, of Warkworth in the parish of Warkworth
DPRI/3/1791/A94   24 December 1791
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Thomas PINKNEY, gentleman, of Low Eshe [in the] chapelry of Esh
administration granted to John and Hannah Pinkney, brother and sister
DPRI/3/1791/A95   15 November 1791
administration bond, penal sum £150; Thomas ROBINSON, gentleman, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
Will bonds 1791
Reference: DPRI/3/1791/T
DPRI/3/1791/T1   14 January 1791
will bond, penal sum £39; Ann HEATH, spinster, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle
DPRI/3/1791/T2   28 January 1791
will bond, penal sum £20; Lord Henry George LIDDELL, baronet, of Ravensworth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1791/T3   18 February 1791
will bond, penal sum £700; William SUGGITT, master mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham
administration granted of goods left unadministered following death of executor
DPRI/3/1791/T4   18 March 1791
will bond, penal sum £175; Elizabeth SWAN, spinster, of East Thriston in the parish of Felton in Northumberland
administration granted with will annexed because original will names no executor
DPRI/3/1791/T5/1   29 March 1791
will bond, penal sum £5,000; John BACON, the elder, esquire, of Staward in the chapelry of Haydon in the county of Northumberland
administration granted, with the will annexed, by decree of court to Frances Bentham
DPRI/3/1791/T5/2   25 March 1791
letter of request; John BACON, the elder, esquire, of Staward in the chapelry of Haydon in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1791/T5/3   29 March 1791
certificate of oath; John BACON, the elder, esquire, of Staward in the chapelry of Haydon in the county of Northumberland
Letter from the Bishop of London confirming execution of bond and oath
DPRI/3/1791/T6   8 April 1791
will bond, penal sum £1,000; Elizabeth WATSON, spinster, of Bedlington in the county of Northumberland
administration granted with will annexed because original will names no executor
DPRI/3/1791/T7   3 May 1791
will bond, penal sum £180; John HARRISON, yeoman, of Hurworth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1791/T8   7 May 1791
will bond, penal sum £39; William SOBER, gentleman, of Sherburn in the parish of Pittington
Sober's will left unadministered by his sister (intestate) and then by Eleanore Catcheside (intestate); administration granted with the will annexed to the executor of John Catcheside with memorandum relating that a monition was issued and returned.
DPRI/3/1791/T9   18 May 1791
will bond, penal sum £100; Thomas ARUNDELL, yeoman, of Darlington in the county of Durham
administration granted with the will annexed to the executor of the sole executor and universal legatee of Thomas Arundel
DPRI/3/1791/T10/1   16 July 1791
will bond, penal sum £500; Thomas MOODY, yeoman, of Sherraton in the parish of Monk Hezzleden and in the county of Durham
administration granted to the relict and residual legatee, the executor having renounced
DPRI/3/1791/T10/2-3   16 July 1791
renunciation; Thomas MOODY, yeoman, of Sherraton in the parish of Monk Hezzleden and in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1791/T11/1   18 July 1791
will bond, penal sum £2,000; Bridget BRADLEY, spinster, of Dockwray Square in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
administration granted with will annexed to niece of Bradley, one of the residual legatees, following renunciation of the executors.
DPRI/3/1791/T11/2-3   28 June 1791
renunciation; Bridget BRADLEY, spinster, of Dockwray Square in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
exhibited 5.7.1791
DPRI/3/1791/T12/1-4   23 July 1791
will bond, penal sum £9; Edward WARD, gentleman, esquire, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland. Died 18 October 1776
administration granted with will annexed to John Davidson, limited to the testators interest in property at the Groat Market in Newcastle.
DPRI/3/1791/T13   19 August 1791
will bond, penal sum £400; Eleanor NIXON, spinster, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
Administration granted with will annexed to John Burton following the death of the universal legatee and executrix.
DPRI/3/1791/T14   19 August 1791
will bond, penal sum £1,600; Isabelle NIXON, widow, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted with will annexed to administrator for the surviving executrix and residual legatee
DPRI/3/1791/T15/1   14 September 1791
will bond, penal sum £200; Elizabeth SELBY, spinster, late of Paston [near Cornhill] , now of Wooler in the county of Northumberland
administration granted with will and codicil annexed by decree of court to creditor.
DPRI/3/1791/T15/2-3   30 July 1791
renunciation; Elizabeth SELBY, spinster, late of Paston [near Cornhill] , now of Wooler in the county of Northumberland
proxy of renunciation exhibited 12 August 1791
DPRI/3/1791/T16   16 September 1791
will bond, penal sum £39; John HOPPER, yeoman, of Swalwell in the county of Durham
administration granted with will annexed to principal legatee following the death of the sole excutrix and residual legatee.
DPRI/3/1791/T17   29 December 1791
will bond, penal sum £520; Ann FORSTER, widow, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
administration granted with will annexed to the residuary legatees, the executors in the said will having died in the life time of the said testator.
Administration bonds 1792
Reference: DPRI/3/1792/A
DPRI/3/1792/A1/1   5 January 1792
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Alexander RICHARDSON, plumber, glazier, bachelor, of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1792/A1/2-4   8 October 1791
renunciation; Alexander RICHARDSON, plumber, glazier, bachelor, of Berwick upon Tweed
with memorandum dated 24 Nov 1791 relating that proxy of renunciation was exhibited and letters of administration were granted
DPRI/3/1792/A2   7 January 1792
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Nathanael RAMSAY, yeoman, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1792/A3   16 January 1792
administration bond, penal sum £190; John ATKINSON, yeoman, bachelor, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1792/A4/1-2   11 January 1792
administration bond, penal sum £180; Hannah HUTCHINSON, widow, of city of Durham
DPRI/3/1792/A5   7 February 1792
administration bond, penal sum £200; John RIDSDALE, gentleman, of Sunderland near the Sea
administration granted to Mary Ridsdale, relict
DPRI/3/1792/A6   6 February 1792
administration bond, penal sum £800; John SMURFITT, yeoman, of Murton Hill in the county of Durham in the parish of Houghton le Spring
DPRI/3/1792/A7/1-3   18 February 1792
administration bond, penal sum £9; Thomas Edward CLARK, gentleman, of Burnigill in the parish of Brancepath in the county of Durham, died some years ago at Fort-Cumberland in Washington County within the Province of Maryland in North America
Administration limited to testator's interest in two burgages in Crossgate, Durham. Bond recites 18 Oct 1757 surrender to the uses of a will and subsequent history
DPRI/3/1792/A8   20 February 1792
administration bond, penal sum £500; George GILPATRICK, yeoman, bachelor, of East Shaw in the parish of Elsdon in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1792/A9/1   21 February 1792
administration bond, penal sum £500; Eleanor HARWOOD, widow, of South Shields in the county of Durham. Died January 1792
DPRI/3/1792/A9/2-5   6 February 1792
acceptance of guardianship; Eleanor HARWOOD, widow, of South Shields in the county of Durham. Died January 1792
DPRI/3/1792/A10/1-2   21 February 1792
curation bond; Eleanor HARWOOD, widow, of South Shields in the county of Durham. Died January 1792
DPRI/3/1792/A11   6 February 1792
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Robert MALLABAR, gentleman
DPRI/3/1792/A12   24 February 1792
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; George BULMAN, merchant, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1792/A13   11 February 1792
administration bond, penal sum £120; Joshua PERCIVAL, miner, of Nent Head in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1792/A14   15 March 1792
administration bond, penal sum £1,800; Walter BLACKETT, surgeon, bachelor, late of Wolverhampton in the county of Stafford, but last of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1792/A15   17 March 1792
administration bond, penal sum £300; Robert REED, mason, of Winlaton in the parish of Ryton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1792/A16   19 March 1792
administration bond, penal sum £2,800; Jeremiah HEDLEY, farmer, bachelor, of Bewshaugh in the chapelry of Falstone in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1792/A17/1   22 March 1792
administration bond, penal sum £1,500; John BULMAN, gentleman, bachelor, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1792/A17/2-3   21 March 1792
power of attorney; John BULMAN, gentleman, bachelor, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1792/A18   29 March 1792
administration bond, penal sum £1,800; William SMITH, gentleman, of Ferryhill in the parish of Merrington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1792/A19   22 March 1792
administration bond, penal sum £200; John STOREY, farmer, bachelor, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1792/A20   14 April 1792
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; George WRANGHAM, gentleman, of West Auckland in the chapelry of Saint Helen Auckland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1792/A21   12 April 1792
administration bond, penal sum £19; Rebecca HOLIDAY, widow, of Pelton in the parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1792/A22   20 April 1792
administration bond, penal sum £150; Hannah REYNOLDS, nee Bell, of parish of Saint Mary le Bow in or near the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1792/A23   21 April 1792
administration bond, penal sum £30; Sarah CROSLING, widow, of Ferryhill in the parish of Merrington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1792/A24/1-2   24 April 1792
administration bond, penal sum £500; Humphrey TAYLOR, master mariner, widower, of South Shields in the county of Durham
endorsed with memorandum relating that administration was granted 27.4.1792
DPRI/3/1792/A25   28 April 1792
administration bond, penal sum £39; James BURN, cheesemonger, bachelor, of Parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1792/A26   7 May 1792
administration bond, penal sum £9,900; Thomas COOK, gentleman, of Brainshaugh in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1792/A27   30 April 1792
administration bond, penal sum £120; Amos FORSTER, yeoman, of East Newbiggin in the parish of Bishopton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1792/A28/1-2   1 May 1792
administration bond, penal sum £300; William WILSON, common brewer, of Wolsingham in the parish of Wolsingham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1792/A29   5 May 1792
administration bond, penal sum £700; Thomas WILSON, yeoman, of Haswell in the parish of Easington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1792/A30   14 May 1792
administration bond, penal sum £900; John LINDSAY, gentleman, bachelor, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1792/A31   8 May 1792
administration bond, penal sum £100; Matthew POUNDER, fisherman, of Hartlepool in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1792/A32/1-2   16 May 1792
curation bond, penal sum £3,600; Robert CLARKE, gentleman, of parish of Saint Nicholas, town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died April 1792
DPRI/3/1792/A32/3-6   12 May 1792
election of guardian; Robert CLARKE, gentleman, of parish of Saint Nicholas, town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died April 1792
with acceptance of guardianship
DPRI/3/1792/A33   19 May 1792
administration bond, penal sum £3,800; Robert CLARKE, gentleman, of parish of Saint Nicholas, town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died April 1792
DPRI/3/1792/A34   22 May 1792
administration bond, penal sum £1,300; Robert EDMESTON, esquire, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1792/A35   12 May 1792
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Ann WOOD, widow, of North Bailey in the city of Durham in the parish of Saint Mary le Bow in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1792/A36   9 June 1792
administration bond, penal sum £300; John FORREST, master mariner, of Sunderland near the Sea
DPRI/3/1792/A37/1-3   12 June 1792
administration bond, penal sum £9; John BURDON, oilman, bachelor, of city of London; Chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
Grant of administration limited to the intestate's interest in property in Pilgrim Street (east side) in Newcastle
DPRI/3/1792/A38   14 June 1792
administration bond, penal sum £150; John ARMSTRONG, gentleman, bachelor, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1792/A39/1-2   11 June 1792
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; John LIDDELL, yeoman, bachelor, of Hardwicke in the parish of Sedgefield in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1792/A40   19 June 1792
administration bond, penal sum £180; Thomas WHITE, customs surveyor, of Blythe in the parish of Earsden in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1792/A41   14 June 1792
administration bond, penal sum £300; Ann COLE, nee Scafe, of Chester le Street in the parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1792/A42   12 July 1792
administration bond, penal sum £56; John REED, mariner, of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1792/A43/1-2   13 July 1792
administration bond, penal sum £200; Dorothy LAIDMAN, widow, of Darlington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1792/A44   17 April 1792
administration bond, penal sum £39; George GREGSON, of Monkwearmouth in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1792/A45   12 July 1792
administration bond, penal sum £1,500; Mary BUCKTON, widow, of Bitchwelgate in the parish of Haltwhistle in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1792/A46/1-2   14 July 1792
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; John TAYLERSON, merchant taylor, of Shotton in the parish of Easington in the county of Durham
bond endorsed with memorandum relating that administration was granted 21 July 1792
DPRI/3/1792/A47   24 July 1792
administration bond, penal sum £180; Thomas HALL, surgeon, apothecary, of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1792/A48   26 July 1792
administration bond, penal sum £1,500; Margaret TATE, nee Bell, of Guyzance North Field in the chapelry of Brainshough in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1792/A49/1-2   28 July 1792
administration bond, penal sum £600; William SINGLETON, yeoman, bachelor, formerly of Darlington in the county of Durham, but late of Saint Luke's hospital in or near the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
endorsed with certificate of affirmation
DPRI/3/1792/A50
Missing bond (or number not used)
DPRI/3/1792/A51/1   31 July 1792
administration bond, penal sum £9,500; William TAYLOR, gentleman, bachelor, of Christon Bank in the parish of Embleton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1792/A51/2-3   23 July 1792
renunciation; William TAYLOR, gentleman, bachelor, of Christon Bank in the parish of Embleton in the county of Northumberland
with memorandum that administration was granted 30 July 1792
DPRI/3/1792/A52/1   8 August 1792
administration bond, penal sum £1,400; George HEPPLE, common brewer, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1792/A52/2-3   8 August 1792
renunciation; George HEPPLE, common brewer, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1792/A53   24 August 1792
administration bond, penal sum £180; Robert ANDERSON, master mariner, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1792/A54   29 August 1792
administration bond, penal sum £400; Joseph RAMSAY, master mariner, bachelor, of South Blyth in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1792/A55   10 September 1792
administration bond, penal sum £500; Stephen BARBER, gentleman, widower, of Easington in the parish of Easington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1792/A56/1   13 September 1792
administration bond, penal sum £170; Ann PAGE, widow, of Lesbury in the parish of Lesbury in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1792/A56/2-3   21 August 1792
renunciation; Ann PAGE, widow, of Lesbury in the parish of Lesbury in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1792/A57   25 August 1792
administration bond, penal sum £500; Thomas ROBINSON, yeoman, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1792/A58   29 September 1792
administration bond, penal sum £3,500; Matthew FORSTER, gentleman, bachelor, of Beadnell in the parish of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1792/A59   29 September 1792
administration bond, penal sum £9; Robert TAYLOR, yeoman, bachelor, of Druridge in the chappelry of Widdrington in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1792/A60/1   5 October 1792
administration bond, penal sum £9; Susanna EMERSON, of Temple Sowerby in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1792/A60/2-5   25 August 1792
renunciation; Susanna EMERSON, of Temple Sowerby in the county of Cumberland
with memorandum granting administration 5 October 1792
DPRI/3/1792/A61   6 October 1792
administration bond, penal sum £185; Sarah JOHNSON, widow, of Hartley in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1792/A62/1-3   9 October 1792
administration bond, penal sum £9; Elizabeth DARCY, spinster, of Cocken in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham
administration limited to the intestate's interest in the manor of Ludworth, Pittington
DPRI/3/1792/A63   20 October 1792
administration bond, penal sum £180; William JOHNSON, innkeeper, of Hartley in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1792/A64   22 October 1792
administration bond, penal sum £100; Martin NORMAN, yeoman, of town and parish of Merrington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1792/A65/1-2   22 September 1792
administration bond, penal sum £400; John WALKER, day-labourer, bachelor, of Longnewton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1792/A66/1   18 October 1792
administration bond, penal sum £30; Ann LITTLE, spinster, of Liverpool in the county of Lancaster
DPRI/3/1792/A66/2-3   18 October 1792
certificate of affirmation; Ann LITTLE, spinster, of Liverpool in the county of Lancaster
reply from Chester to Durham
DPRI/3/1792/A66/4   10 October 1792
letter of request; Ann LITTLE, spinster, of Liverpool in the county of Lancaster
request from Durham to Chester
DPRI/3/1792/A67/1   18 October 1792
administration bond, penal sum £30; Hannah STURDY, nee Little
DPRI/3/1792/A67/2-3   18 October 1792
certificate of affirmation; Hannah STURDY, nee Little
DPRI/3/1792/A67/4   10 October 1792
letter of request; Hannah STURDY, nee Little
letter of request from Durham to Chester
DPRI/3/1792/A68   20 October 1792
administration bond, penal sum £1,300; Ann THOUT, widow, of West Auckland in the chapelry of Saint Hellen Auckland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1792/A69   30 October 1792
administration bond, penal sum £39; John NESBITT, yeoman, widower, of Coupen in the chapelry of Horton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1792/A70   17 October 1792
administration bond, penal sum £29; Elizabeth SPENCE, widow, of Medomsley in the chapelry of Medomsley in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1792/A71/1-2   12 November 1792
administration bond, penal sum £20; Thomas SHARP, ship-carpenter, bachelor, of Sevill estate in the island of Jamaica
DPRI/3/1792/A72   12 November 1792
administration bond, penal sum £400; Anthony GREENWELL, gentleman, bachelor, of Wolsingham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1792/A73/1-2   13 November 1792
administration bond, penal sum £100; Frances PHILLIPS, of Dalington in the parish of Darlington in the county of Durham
endorsed with certificate of affirmation
DPRI/3/1792/A74   8 December 1792
administration bond, penal sum £100; Mary MANN, widow, of chapelry of Saint Margaret in Durham
DPRI/3/1792/A75   11 December 1792
administration bond, penal sum £150; Jacob LAMBERT, gentleman, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1792/A76   12 December 1792
administration bond, penal sum £50; George DITCHBURN, victualler, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1792/A77   20 December 1792
administration bond, penal sum £1,800; John ARMSTRONG, mercer, linen-draper, bachelor, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
with marginal memorandum that administrator affirmed
Will bonds 1792
Reference: DPRI/3/1792/T
DPRI/3/1792/T1/1   4 February 1792
will bond, penal sum £5,000; Margaret LIDDELL, widow, of South Bailey in or near the city of Durham . Died July 1789
DPRI/3/1792/T1/2-4   9 January 1792
renunciation; Margaret LIDDELL, widow, of South Bailey in or near the city of Durham . Died July 1789
DPRI/3/1792/T1/5-8   9 January 1792
renunciation; Margaret LIDDELL, widow, of South Bailey in or near the city of Durham . Died July 1789
DPRI/3/1792/T2/1   20 February 1792
will bond, penal sum £1,000; Richard JOHNSON, master and mariner, of Dockwray's Square in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
administration granted with will annexed, following death/renunciation of executors named in original will
DPRI/3/1792/T2/2   2 February 1792
renunciation; Richard JOHNSON, master and mariner, of Dockwray's Square in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1792/T3   23 February 1792
will bond, penal sum £100; John GALLON, of Lilburn [or West Lilburn] in the parish of Eglingham [or Egglingham] in the county of Northumberland
noted that administration had been granted with will annexed because will named no executor or residuary legatee
DPRI/3/1792/T4   5 March 1792
will bond, penal sum £500; James BOWER, yeoman, late of Harford in the parish of Horton in the county of Northumberland, formerly of Norton [?Horton] Moor in the county of Northumberland
administration of goods left unadministered decreed to be granted, with the will annexed, to the residuary legatee (following death of executor)
DPRI/3/1792/T5   6 March 1792
will bond, penal sum £579; Thomas BOSOMWORTH, yeoman, of Landmoth Hill in the parish of Leak in the county of York
DPRI/3/1792/T6/1   9 December 1789
will bond, penal sum £2,000; John MARSHALL, of Rook in the parish of Elsdon and county of Northumberland
administration of goods unadministered decreed to be granted, with the will annexed, to Robert Marshall, son of testator, following death of universal legatee (for life)
DPRI/3/1792/T6/2-5   5 August 1791
proxy of consent to cancellation of letters of administration; John MARSHALL, of Rook in the parish of Elsdon and county of Northumberland
Letters of administration with the will annexed decreed to be granted to Robert Marshall, 30 Mar 1792
DPRI/3/1792/T7   27 March 1792
will bond, penal sum £600; Robert SEYMOUR, master mariner, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
administration granted with will annexed to residuary legatee, following renunciation of original executor
DPRI/3/1792/T8   26 July 1792
will bond, penal sum £140; Thomas WALTON, yeoman, of Wolviston in the county of Durham
administration granted with will annexed following death of original executor
DPRI/3/1792/T9   24 July 1792
will bond, penal sum £500; William BURROW, gentleman, of Haltwhistle in the parish of Haltwhistle in the county of Northumberland
administration granted with will annexed to residuary legatee
DPRI/3/1792/T10/1   18 August 1792
will bond, penal sum £3,500; John WATSON, gentleman, of Glororum in the parish of Bamburgh and county of Northumberland
administration granted to deceased's son with will annexed because original will names no executor (following renunciation of widow and other son of deceased)
DPRI/3/1792/T10/2-3   25 July 1792
renunciation; John WATSON, gentleman, of Glororum in the parish of Bamburgh and county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1792/T11   3 September 1792
will bond, penal sum £1,000; George NEWBY, farmer, Pitfield in the parish of Bishopton in the county of Durham, [in will bond] Sadberge in the parish of Haughton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1792/T13   5 October 1792
will bond, penal sum £1,800; Joseph EMERSON, gentleman, of Crosgill in the parish of Aldston in the county of Cumberland
administration granted with the will annexed, of the goods, etc., left unadministered, to Joseph Dickinson
DPRI/3/1792/T14   29 September 1792
will bond, penal sum £400; William TAYLOR, husbandman, gentleman, yeoman, of Druiridge (Druridge) in the chapelry of Widdrington in the county of Northumberland. Died 22 April 1779
administration with the will annexed granted to Eleanor Watson and Ann Humphrey, the sole executor and residuary legatee, Robert Taylor, having died
DPRI/3/1792/T15   2 October 1792
will bond, penal sum £180; David HASTINGS, watchmaker, widower, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
administration granted with will annexed, by decree of court
DPRI/3/1792/T16/1   13 October 1792
will bond, penal sum £800; Robert LAX, gentleman, of Wheatly (Wheatley) Swangs in the county of Durham
administration granted with will annexed to residuary legatees, following renunciation of original executors, 19 Oct 1792
DPRI/3/1792/T16/2-4   13 October 1792
renunciation; Robert LAX, gentleman, of Wheatly (Wheatley) Swangs in the county of Durham
renunciation exhibited 18 Oct 1792
DPRI/3/1792/T17   7 November 1792
will bond, penal sum £400; John REED, farmer, of Wingates in the parish of Longhorsley and county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to the principal legatee, the residuary legatee not appearing
DPRI/3/1792/T18   1 November 1792
will bond, penal sum £160; Jane FAWCETT, wife of Edward Fawcett, merchant, of town and county of Newcatle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to the executors of the residuary legatee (husband) of the testator
DPRI/3/1792/T19/1   30 October 1792
will bond, penal sum £200; William BACON, esquire, of Newton Cap in the parish of Saint Andrew Auckland in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed of the goods unadministered granted to the relict and administratrix of the beneficiary (great grandson) of the testator; with 2 Nov 1792 memorandum of grant of administration
DPRI/3/1792/T19/2   30 October 1792
certificate of oath; William BACON, esquire, of Newton Cap in the parish of Saint Andrew Auckland in the county of Durham
reply from London to Durham
DPRI/3/1792/T19/3   27 October 1792
letter of request; William BACON, esquire, of Newton Cap in the parish of Saint Andrew Auckland in the county of Durham
request from Durham to London
DPRI/3/1792/T20/1-4   13 November 1792
will bond, penal sum £39; Lord Henry LIDDELL, 1st baron Ravensworth, of Ravensworth in the county palatine of Durham
grant of administration, with the will annexed, of goods not administered by son of residuary legatee (see DPRI/3/1791/L5), limited to the testator's interest in property at St Anthony's, Newcastle All Saints, Northumberland
DPRI/3/1792/T21/1-4   12 July 1792
will bond, penal sum £9; William HERBERT, [2nd] Marquis of Powis, formerly Lord Viscount Montgomery, commonly called [2nd] Duke of Powis, esquire
administration granted with will and codicils annexed at petition of Sir Edward Smythe, in relation to property in Ushaw, Aycliffe, Auckland St Helen
DPRI/3/1792/T21/11-12   6 July 1792
letters of request; William HERBERT, [2nd] Marquis of Powis, formerly Lord Viscount Montgomery, commonly called [2nd] Duke of Powis, esquire
request to bishop of London to take oath from bondsman
DPRI/3/1792/T21/5-8   25 June 1792
proxy to petition; William HERBERT, [2nd] Marquis of Powis, formerly Lord Viscount Montgomery, commonly called [2nd] Duke of Powis, esquire
proxy to petition court for grant of administration of property in County Durham (see under will bond)
DPRI/3/1792/T21/9-10   14 July 1792
certificate of oath; William HERBERT, [2nd] Marquis of Powis, formerly Lord Viscount Montgomery, commonly called [2nd] Duke of Powis, esquire
certificate from bishop of London relating to oath of bondsman
DPRI/3/1792/T22/1-2   18 September 1792
renunciation; Robert RICHARDSON, gentleman, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland. Died 8 September 1792
Administration bonds 1793
Reference: DPRI/3/1793/A
DPRI/3/1793/A1   18 January 1793
administration bond, penal sum £150; John TAYLERSON, yeoman, of Whitworth in the parish of Aycliffe in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A2   19 January 1793
administration bond, penal sum £9; Andrew NAILOR, the younger, overman, late of Byker in the county of Northumberland, but of the Chapelry of All Saints in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1793/A3   21 January 1793
administration bond, penal sum £160; Thomas CARR, mariner, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1793/A4   23 January 1793
administration bond, penal sum £500; Mary RIVOTT, of Gillygate in the parish of St Gyles in Durham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A5   15 January 1793
administration bond, penal sum £60; Margaret FORSTER, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A6   6 February 1793
administration bond, penal sum £500; Robert KIDD, shopkeeper, of Dipton in the parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A7   6 February 1793
administration bond, penal sum £50; James LILBURN, master mariner, of Holy Island in the county of Durham in the parish of Holy Island
DPRI/3/1793/A8   5 February 1793
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Anthony HALL, esquire, of Flass in the Chapelry of Esh in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A9   9 February 1793
administration bond, penal sum £160; Joseph CLARKE, farmer, of Simonside in the Parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A10   12 February 1793
administration bond, penal sum £3,500; Edward Montague ARCHDEACON, gentleman, of Darlington in the county of Durham
endorsed with certificate of oath
DPRI/3/1793/A11   14 February 1793
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas CATTERICK, gentleman, bachelor, of Darlington in the county of Durham
endorsed with certificate of oath
DPRI/3/1793/A12   16 February 1793
administration bond, penal sum £5,000; William HALL, the younger, bachelor, heretofore of Haydon Bridge in the county of Northumberland, late of the City of Edenburgh in North Britain
administration granted to William Hall [the elder], father
DPRI/3/1793/A13   21 February 1793
administration bond, penal sum £500; Thomas WHITE, butcher, of South Shields in the Chapelry of Saint Hildsin the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A14/1-2   22 February 1793
administration bond, penal sum £500; William CROSS, master mariner, of Bishop Wearmouth in the County of Durham
endorsed with oath of administration for a minor.
DPRI/3/1793/A15   22 February 1793
curation bond, penal sum £500; William CROSS, master mariner, of Bishop Wearmouth in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A16/1   5 March 1793
administration bond, penal sum £150; Cuthbert DAWSON, ship-carpenter, bachelor, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A16/2-4   27 February 1793
renunciation; Cuthbert DAWSON, ship-carpenter, bachelor, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A17   9 March 1793
administration bond, penal sum £190; Nicholas CLARKE, innkeeper, of New Elvet in the Parish of Saint Oswald in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A18   18 March 1793
administration bond, penal sum £150; David COWAN, yeoman, of Parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A19   21 March 1793
administration bond, penal sum £5,000; Joseph TODD, gentleman, of Greenside in the Parish of Ryton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A20/1   16 March 1793
administration bond, penal sum £590; William SEYMOUR, gentleman, of the Chapelry of All Saints in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1793/A20/2-3   16 March 1793
certificate of oath; William SEYMOUR, gentleman, of the Chapelry of All Saints in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
reply from Maurice Swabey, surrogate of the vicar general of the bishop of London, confirming excution of the bond
DPRI/3/1793/A20/4   2 March 1793
letter of request; William SEYMOUR, gentleman, of the Chapelry of All Saints in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
letter of request from Durham to London
DPRI/3/1793/A21   1 April 1793
administration bond, penal sum £500; Joseph JOHNSON, merchant, of Alston in the County of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1793/A22
administration bond, penal sum £150; George LAWSON, yeoman, of Laingshill in the Parish of Elsdon in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1793/A23   30 March 1793
administration bond, penal sum £800; Thomas RICHMOND, gentleman, of the Chapelency of St. Margaret in Durham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A24
administration bond, penal sum £1,500; Kenneth THOMPSON, master mariner, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A25
administration bond, penal sum £12,000; John LANGLANDS, goldsmith, of The Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne aforesaid
DPRI/3/1793/A26
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Isabella MARSH, nee Cook, of Ford in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1793/A27
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Matthew LAIDLER, yeoman, of Chillingham New Town in the Parish of Chillingham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1793/A28
administration bond, penal sum £39; William SADLER, yeoman, of Tritlington aforesaid in the Chapelry of Hebburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1793/A29
administration bond, penal sum £30; Robert DUNN, the younger, wagon-way wright, of Chester le Street in the Parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A30/1   2 May 1793
administration bond, penal sum £1,900; Jonathon COULTHARD, master mariner, of North Shields in the Parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1793/A30/2-3   2 May 1793
certificate of oath; Jonathon COULTHARD, master mariner, of North Shields in the Parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
reply from London to Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A30/4   26 April 1793
letter of request; Jonathon COULTHARD, master mariner, of North Shields in the Parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
letter of request from Durham to London
DPRI/3/1793/A31   15 May 1793
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; John FLETCHER, master mariner, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the Parish of Monkwearmouth
DPRI/3/1793/A32   14 May 1793
administration bond, penal sum £100; Thomas HARLE, cooper, of Chapelry of Saint Andrew in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne and in the Dioces of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A33
administration bond, penal sum £39; William RICHARDSON, yeoman, of Coundon in the Parish of Saint Andrew Auckland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A34   17 May 1793
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Michael HODGSON, gentleman, bachelor, of Darlington in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A35   18 May 1793
administration bond, penal sum £150; Elizabeth SHAFFIELD, nee Wells, wife of John Shaffield, of South Shields in the Chaplency of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A36   30 May 1793
administration bond, penal sum £30; John BYERLEY, gentleman, of Gateshead in the Parish of Gateshaed in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A37/1   30 May 1793
administration bond, penal sum £150; William DIXON, innkeeper, of New Elvet in the Parish of Saint Oswald in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A37/2-3   7 May 1793
grant of administration; William DIXON, innkeeper, of New Elvet in the Parish of Saint Oswald in the county of Durham
letters of administration for Ambrose Campon of Cleveland Street in the parish of St Pancras, Middlesex, gentleman and principal creditor
DPRI/3/1793/A38   5 June 1793
administration bond, penal sum £500; Thomas WATSON, yeoman, of Sherburn House in the Parish of Saint Oswald in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A39   3 June 1793
administration bond, penal sum £480; Ralph ORD, yeoman, widower, of Elph Hills in the Parish of Hartburn in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1793/A40   4 April 1793
administration bond, penal sum £50; William REAY, master mariner, of Sunderland near the Sea in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A41/1   1 June 1793
administration bond, penal sum £600; Philadelphia HOPPER, widow, of Bishop Middleham in the county of Durham
administration granted to John Thomas Hendry Hopper, son
DPRI/3/1793/A41/2-4   1 June 1793
certificate of oath; Philadelphia HOPPER, widow, of Bishop Middleham in the county of Durham
reply from London to Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A41/5   25 May 1793
letter of request; Philadelphia HOPPER, widow, of Bishop Middleham in the county of Durham
request from Durham to London to take oath
DPRI/3/1793/A42   14 June 1793
administration bond, penal sum £500; John HOPPER, esquire, bachelor, of Old Elvet in the Parish of Saint Oswald near the City of Durham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A43   5 July 1793
administration bond, penal sum £500; Thomas SCOTLAND, master mariner, of Parish of All Saints in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1793/A44   5 July 1793
administration bond, penal sum £100; Hannah LAIDLER, of the Chapelry of Saint John in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1793/A45
administration bond, penal sum £39; Robert CLEMENT, yeoman, of Lumley in the Parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A46/1   6 July 1793
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; Matthew SMITH, gentleman, of Herrington in the Parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A46/2-3   3 July 1793
renunciation, 3 July 1793; Matthew SMITH, gentleman, of Herrington in the Parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham
renunciation by widow in favour of her daughter, Jane Smith
DPRI/3/1793/A47/1   26 June 1793
administration bond, penal sum £500; Hilton SHAW, gentleman, bachelor, of Parish of Saint Nicholas in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1793/A47/2-3   14 June 1793
renunciation, 14 June 1793; Hilton SHAW, gentleman, bachelor, of Parish of Saint Nicholas in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
renunciation by half brother Latus Richarby in favour of Mary Boucher and Elizabeth Summers
DPRI/3/1793/A48   15 July 1793
administration bond, penal sum £12,000; Mary REED, widow, of the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
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DPRI/3/1793/A49/1-2   19 July 1793
administration bond, penal sum £160; Ann THOMPSON, widow, of Cockerton in the Parish of Darlington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A49/3-4   16 June 1793
grant of administration, 16 June 1793; Ann THOMPSON, widow, of Cockerton in the Parish of Darlington in the county of Durham
Letters of Administration signed and sealed by bishop Shute Barrington.
DPRI/3/1793/A49/5   28 June 1793
monition, 28 June 1793; Ann THOMPSON, widow, of Cockerton in the Parish of Darlington in the county of Durham
Legal Notice confirming that a Monition had been published in Darlington Church, 30 June 1793, with memorandum (mutilated) relating that administration granted July 1793
DPRI/3/1793/A50   22 July 1793
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; John ROBSON, yeoman, of Whalton in the Parish of Whalton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1793/A51/1   24 July 1793
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; Edward Horsley Widdrington RIDDELL, esquire, parish of Felton in the County of Northumberland, but late of Stella Hall in the Parish of Ryton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A51/2-3   10 April 1793
renunciation; Edward Horsley Widdrington RIDDELL, esquire, parish of Felton in the County of Northumberland, but late of Stella Hall in the Parish of Ryton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A52/1   31 July 1793
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; John Wharton TEMPEST, esquire, bachelor, Winyard in the parish of Grindon in the county of Durham, but late of Wimpole Street in the county of Middlesex
DPRI/3/1793/A52/2-4   31 July 1793
grant of administration; John Wharton TEMPEST, esquire, bachelor, Winyard in the parish of Grindon in the county of Durham, but late of Wimpole Street in the county of Middlesex
DPRI/3/1793/A52/5   26 March 1793
letter of request; John Wharton TEMPEST, esquire, bachelor, Winyard in the parish of Grindon in the county of Durham, but late of Wimpole Street in the county of Middlesex
DPRI/3/1793/A53/1   6 August 1793
administration bond, penal sum £160; John NIXON, waterman, of Swalwell in the Parish of Whickham in the county of Durham
Bond endorsed with memorandum: 'N.B. See the Renunciation annexed to the Bond on granting Administration of the Goods of Elizabeth Nixon Widow deceased. No. 77'
DPRI/3/1793/A53/2-3   26 July 1793
renunciation; John NIXON, waterman, of Swalwell in the Parish of Whickham in the county of Durham
Proxy of renunciation endorsed with: (1) 1 Aug 1793 memorandum relating that administration to the estate of John Nixon was granted to John Nixon [jnr]; (2) 27 Nov 1793 memorandum that the proxy was again exhibited, and administration of the estate of Elizabeth Nixon, widow of the intestate, was granted to John Nixon [jnr]
DPRI/3/1793/A54   8 August 1793
administration bond, penal sum £1,060; John HERRIOT, gentleman, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
Ralph Annett and James Russell, creditors.
DPRI/3/1793/A55/1-2   20 August 1793
administration bond, penal sum £180; Margaret WILKINSON, widow, of Alston in the Parish of Alston in the County of Cumberland
Memorandum 1 (dorse): oath of Christopher Wilkinson, son. Memorandum 2 (dorse): letter of administration, 24 August 1793
DPRI/3/1793/A55/3-4   14 August 1793
renunciation; Margaret WILKINSON, widow, of Alston in the Parish of Alston in the County of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1793/A56/1-2   23 August 1793
administration bond, penal sum £1,800; Frances GREGORY, widow, of Crossgate in the Chapelry of Saint Margaret in the county of Durham
Memorandum:- twenty third day of August 1793 Mary Gregory, daughter's oath of Administration is noted.
DPRI/3/1793/A57   26 August 1793
administration bond, penal sum £500; Michael WALTON, innkeeper, of Alston in the Parish of Alston in the County of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1793/A58   3 September 1793
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; George WIGHAM, yeoman, of the Chapelry of Horton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1793/A59/1-2   11 September 1793
administration bond, penal sum £40; George DOBSON, linen-weaver, bachelor, of Parish of Darlington in the county of Durham
endorsed with affirmation of Gideon Phillips (Quaker).
DPRI/3/1793/A60   13 September 1793
administration bond, penal sum £100 ; John HARRISON, yeoman, of the Shield in the Chapelry of Muggleswick in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A61   11 September 1793
administration bond, penal sum £190; William YOUNG, the younger, gentleman, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A62/1-2   19 September 1793
administration bond, penal sum £8; Edward MIDDLETON, miner, of Bolts Walls inthe Parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham
Endorsed, estate valued under £5
DPRI/3/1793/A63
administration bond, penal sum £3,900; Ralph LAIDLER, gentleman, of Tilmouth in the Parish of Norham in the county of Durham
administration granted to Ann Laidler, relict
DPRI/3/1793/A64   12 October 1793
administration bond, penal sum £560; Thomas THOMPSON, miller, of Callaly Mill Parish of Whittingham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1793/A65/1-4   11 October 1793
administration bond, penal sum £9; John MAYNARD, the elder, yeoman, of West Row, Stockton upon Tees in the county of Durham
Grant of administration limited to the intestate's interest in property in the West Row in Stockton upon Tees
DPRI/3/1793/A66   12 October 1793
administration bond, penal sum £800; William RIDLEY, yeoman, widower, of Nether Stokoe in the Chaperlry of Falstone in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1793/A67   26 October 1793
administration bond, penal sum £80; John WRIGHT, weaver, of Byres Green in the Parish of Saint Andrews Auckland in the Diocese and County of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A68   28 October 1793
administration bond, penal sum £150; William BELL, innkeeper, widower, of the Keyside in the Chapelry of All Saints within the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1793/A69   30 October 1793
administration bond, penal sum £700; Alexander DODDS, innkeeper, widower, of Berwick upon Tweed in the Parish of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1793/A70
administration bond, penal sum £400; Jane HEDLEY, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A71/1-2   2 November 1793
curation bond, penal sum £1,000; Hannah ADAMSON, widow, of Stanley in the Parish of Branspeth
Bond given by guardians for orphans of Hannah Hedley
DPRI/3/1793/A72   2 November 1793
administration bond; Hannah ADAMSON, widow, of Stanley in the Parish of Branspeth
DPRI/3/1793/A73/1   11 November 1793
administration bond, penal sum £120; Jane HEADLAM, spinster, of Bishopton in the Parish of Bishopton in the said County of Durham. Died April 1793
DPRI/3/1793/A73/2-3   7 November 1793
renunciation; Jane HEADLAM, spinster, of Bishopton in the Parish of Bishopton in the said County of Durham. Died April 1793
Renunciation by Thomas Harvey, cousin german of Jane Headlam.
DPRI/3/1793/A74/1   12 November 1793
administration bond, penal sum £500; James SMYTH, rector, clerk, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A74/2-3   12 November 1793
grant of administration; James SMYTH, rector, clerk, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A75   20 November 1793
administration bond, penal sum £100; William NICHOLS, excise officer, of Framwellgate near the City of Durham in the County of Durham in the Chapelry of Saint Margret
DPRI/3/1793/A76
administration bond, penal sum £39; Sarah THEWLATES, widow, of Tanfield in the Chapelry of Tanfield in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A77
administration bond, penal sum £150; Elizabeth NIXON, widow, of Swalwell in the Parish of Whickham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A78   29 November 1793
administration bond, penal sum £39; Jane DENT, nee Bainbridge, of Brockers Gill in the Parish of Middleton in Teasdale in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A79   30 November 1793
administration bond, penal sum £400; Mary CAIRNS, widow, of Cornhill in the Chapelry of Cornhill in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A80   9 December 1793
administration bond, penal sum £800; John NEAL, gardener, bachelor, of Bywell Saint Andrew in the Parish of Bywell Saint Andrew in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1793/A81   16 December 1793
administration bond, penal sum £500; Robert CROSIER, gentleman, of Cockshott in the Chapelry of Brinkburn in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1793/A82   18 December 1793
administration bond, penal sum £180; Joseph DUXFIELD, of Monkseaton Redd House in the Parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1793/A83   27 December 1793
administration bond, penal sum £500; Elizabeth HARRISON, widow, of South Shields in the Chapelry of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A84   24 December 1793
administration bond, penal sum £20,000; Elizabeth HOPPER, widow, of Crook Hall in the Chapelry of Saint Margaret near the City of Durham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/A85   18 December 1793
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robinson HILL, grocer, bachelor, of North Shields in the Parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1793/A86   23 December 1793
administration bond, penal sum £30; John HALL, yeoman, bachelor, of High Mote in the Parish of Elsdon in the county of Northumberland
Will bonds 1793
Reference: DPRI/3/1793/T
DPRI/3/1793/T1   14 March 1793
will bond, penal sum £500; George PINKNEY, gentleman, of Ushaw in the chappelry of Esh and county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the testator's nephew and niece, his executor having died leaving the estate unadministered
DPRI/3/1793/T2   30 March 1793
will bond, penal sum £180; Ralph OSTENS, yeoman, of Fleatham in the parish of Balmbrough and county of Northumberland
administration granted with the will annexed because no executor named in will
DPRI/3/1793/T3   29 April 1793
will bond, penal sum £600; Elizabeth DUKE, widow, of Sandgate without the walls but within the liberties of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted with the will annexed granted to one of the residuary legatees, the nominated executor having died
DPRI/3/1793/T4   8 June 1793
will bond, penal sum £1,000; John GREENWELL, gentleman, of West Auckland in the chapelry of Saint Helen Auckland in the county of Durham
administration granted with the will annexed because no executor named in original will
DPRI/3/1793/T5   1 July 1793
will bond, penal sum £180; Joseph MITCHELL, merchant, yeoman, of town of Morpeth and county of Northumberland
administration granted with will annexed with no executor named in original will
DPRI/3/1793/T6   17 July 1793
will bond, penal sum £39; Richard MAXWELL, gentleman, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
administration granted with will annexed, no executor being appointed in the will
DPRI/3/1793/T7   22 July 1793
will bond, penal sum £3,000; Thomas RIDDELL, esquire, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with will annexed granted to residuary legatee for life, following death of executrix
DPRI/3/1793/T8   18 July 1793
will bond, penal sum £1,000; John RICHARDSON, yeoman, of Allenton in the parish of Allenton and county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to nominated guardians for use and benefit of minors
DPRI/3/1793/T9/1   17 August 1793
will bond, penal sum £150; John SCOTT, yeoman, widower, heretofore of Easington Grange in the chapelry of Belford in the county of Northumberland, late of Middlehope Shield in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to principal legatee, there being no executor nor residuary legatee named
DPRI/3/1793/T9/2-4   12 August 1793
renunciation; John SCOTT, yeoman, widower, heretofore of Easington Grange in the chapelry of Belford in the county of Northumberland, late of Middlehope Shield in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham
letters of administration granted 17 Aug 1793
DPRI/3/1793/T10   14 September 1793
will bond, penal sum £2,100; Isabel SWALWELL, spinster, of Shadforth in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to executor of the administratrix of Isabel Swalwell
DPRI/3/1793/T11   16 September 1793
will bond, penal sum £180; 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 with the will annexed granted to Henry Mills the executor of the administratrix of John Airey
DPRI/3/1793/T12   29 November 1792
will bond, penal sum £500; John BAINBRIDGE, yeoman, of Brockers Gill in the parish of Middleton in Teasdale
administration with will annexed granted to the administrator of the sole executrix and residuary legatee
DPRI/3/1793/T13   29 November 1793
will bond, penal sum £80; William SMITH, yeoman, of Ravensworth
administration with will annexed granted to principal legatee, there being no executor nor residuary legatee named
DPRI/3/1793/T14/1   5 December 1793
will bond, penal sum £1,000; Thomas MADDISON, gentleman, of Claypath in or near the city of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the residuary legatee
DPRI/3/1793/T14/2-3   4 December 1793
renunciation; Thomas MADDISON, gentleman, of Claypath in or near the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1793/T15   24 December 1793
will bond, penal sum £5,000; Edward WARD, the elder, esquire, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to the administrator of the surviving joint executor and reisduary legatee
DPRI/3/1793/T16   21 December 1793
will bond, penal sum £5,000; Edward WARD, the younger, esquire, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to the substituted residuary legatee following death of executor, saving the testator's interest in unspecified property (see DPRI/3/1791/T12)
Administration bonds 1794
Reference: DPRI/3/1794/A
DPRI/3/1794/A1   6 January 1794
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; Ann AMBLER, widow, of the parish of St Mary in the South Bailey in the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1794/A2   11 January 1794
administration bond, penal sum £9,000; Charles ILDERTON, esquire, of Westoe in the chapelry of St Hilds in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1794/A3/1-2   13 January 1794
administration bond, penal sum £80; William KELL, cartwright, of Cockerton in the Parish of Darlington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1794/A3/3   13 January 1794
affidavit; William KELL, cartwright, of Cockerton in the Parish of Darlington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1794/A4   17 January 1794
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; James SMITHSON, heretofore of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham, late of Gainford in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1794/A5   22 January 1794
administration bond, penal sum £1,100; Joseph WATSON, of late of Pigdon in the parish of Mitford
DPRI/3/1794/A6/1-4   22 January 1794
administration bond, penal sum £9; Cuthbert COLLINGWOOD, merchant, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
Bond recites 24 Mar 1727 mortgage, and 4 May 1742 assignment of a property in The Side in Newcastle upon Tyne. See DPRI/3/1794/A7
DPRI/3/1794/A7/1-4   22 January 1794
administration bond, penal sum £9; Edmund LODGE, clerk, of Whickham
Bond recites 15 Sep Anne 8 mortgage and 29 Sep 6 George I assignment of a property at The Side in Newcastle upon Tyne. See DPRI/3/1794/A6
DPRI/3/1794/A8   24 January 1794
administration bond, penal sum £60; Bend WHITE, cordwainer, of Sunderland near the sea
DPRI/3/1794/A9   25 January 1794
administration bond, penal sum £960; William WILSON, clothier, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1794/A10/1   29 January 1794
administration bond, penal sum £500; Elizabeth MURRAY, relict and sole executrix of Alexander Murray, schoolmaster, widow, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1794/A10/2-4   21 January 1794
renunciation; Elizabeth MURRAY, relict and sole executrix of Alexander Murray, schoolmaster, widow, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
memorandum relating that letters of administration were granted, 29 Jan 1794
DPRI/3/1794/A11   25 January 1794
administration bond, penal sum £10,100; Thomas WHELDON, gentleman, of Urpeth in the parish of Chester le Street
DPRI/3/1794/A12   1 February 1794
administration bond, penal sum £700; Richard DUNN, master mariner, of the chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1794/A13   1 February 1794
administration bond, penal sum £500; John JOHNSON, mariner, bachelor, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth
DPRI/3/1794/A14   10 February 1794
administration bond, penal sum £20; Margaret JOHNSON, spinster, of parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1794/A15   11 February 1794
administration bond, penal sum £1,190; Josiah ROBINSON, gentleman, bachelor, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1794/A16   13 February 1794
administration bond, penal sum £9; Thomas JACKSON, master mariner, of Sunderland near the sea
DPRI/3/1794/A17   13 February 1794
administration bond, penal sum £39; Thomas SMART, master mariner, bachelor, of Sunderland near the sea
DPRI/3/1794/A18   13 February 1794
administration bond, penal sum £39; Susanna HARRISON, widow, of Sunderland near the sea
DPRI/3/1794/A19   18 February 1794
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Edward JOHNSON, anchor-smith, of the Panns in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1794/A20   20 February 1794
administration bond, penal sum £39; Isabella JOBLING, spinster, of Swalwell in the parish of Whickham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1794/A21   20 February 1794
administration bond, penal sum £39; Thomas JOBLING, bachelor, of Swalwell in the parish of Whickham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1794/A22   20 February 1794
administration bond, penal sum £90; Thomas GRAY, flint-glass maker, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1794/A23   22 February 1794
administration bond, penal sum £950; John WILDA, gentleman, bachelor, of parish of Sainrt Nicholas in the city of Durham and within the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1794/A24   22 February 1794
administration bond, penal sum £300; Matthew WILSON, yeoman, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1794/A25   24 January 1794
administration bond, penal sum £60; Jane GRISDALE, widow, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the city of Durham within the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1794/A26   8 March 1794
administration bond, penal sum £100; William PAXTON, yeoman, of Cow Close in the parish of Easington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1794/A27   10 March 1794
administration bond, 10 March 1794, penal sum £500; William TAYLOR, coal-viewer, of Darwent haugh in the parish of Ryton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1794/A28   22 March 1794
administration bond, penal sum £80; William HEADS, weaver, of Allensford within the parish of Lanchesterin the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1794/A29/1-2   22 March 1794
administration bond, 22 March 1794, penal sum £200; Elizabeth GREEN, of New Malton in the county of York
DPRI/3/1794/A30   24 March 1794
administration bond, 24 March 1794, penal sum £500; Robert BLENKINSOP, yeoman, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1794/A31   24 March 1794
administration bond, penal sum £150; John ARMSTRONG, innkeeper, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1794/A32   24 March 1794
administration bond, penal sum £50; Mary ALLISON, spinster, of New Elvet in the parish of Saint Oswald near the city of Durham and in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1794/A33   31 March 1794
administration bond, penal sum £30; Elizabeth MURDOCK, nee Woodmas, widow, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
see DPRI/3/1794/A34
DPRI/3/1794/A34   31 March 1794
administration bond, penal sum £300; Margaret WOODMAS, spinster, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
seeDPR1?3/1794/A33
DPRI/3/1794/A35   7 April 1794
administration bond, 7 April 1794, penal sum £500; Thomas FORSTER, master mariner, of Sunderland near the sea
DPRI/3/1794/A36   2 April 1794
administration bond, 2 April 1794, penal sum £50; Jane THOMPSON, widow, of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1794/A37   1 April 1794
administration bond, 1 April 1794, penal sum £700; William HILLS, gentleman, bachelor, of Sunderland near the sea
DPRI/3/1794/A38   14 April 1794
administration bond, 14 April 1794, penal sum £30; John BOWSTON, yeoman, of parish of Newburn
DPRI/3/1794/A39   21 April 1794
administration bond, 21 April 1794, penal sum £500; Elizabeth CLARKE, nee Shotton, of Sunderland near the sea
DPRI/3/1794/A40   23 April 1794
administration bond, 23 April 1794, penal sum £30; William ROBSON, yeoman, of Dudds in the parish of Stannington
DPRI/3/1794/A41   30 April 1794
administration bond, 30 April 1794, penal sum £360; Thomas BROWN, yeoman, of Knitsley Grainge in the parish of Lanchester
DPRI/3/1794/A42   26 April 1794
administration bond, 26 April 1794, penal sum £60; George HEATHERINGTON, miner, of East Black Dene in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1794/A43   13 April 1794
administration bond, penal sum £9; William NIXON, common brewer, of chapelry of All saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1794/A44   1 May 1794
administration bond, penal sum £30; Andrew AUGHTON, yeoman, of Eighton Banks in the chapelry of Lamesley in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1794/A45   2 May 1794
administration bond, penal sum £500; Benjamin ROBINSON, yeoman, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1794/A46   22 March 1794
administration bond, penal sum £30; Isabella TELFORD, of Togstonin the parish of Warkworth
DPRI/3/1794/A47   3 May 1794
administration bond, penal sum £1,160; Richard WARDLE, gentleman, bachelor, of chapelry of Framlington in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1794/A48/1-4   9 May 1794
administration bond, penal sum £9; Gerard ANDERSON, gentleman, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
Grant of administration limited to the intestate's interest in property in Middle Street in Newcastle
DPRI/3/1794/A49   10 May 1794
administration bond, penal sum £200; Dorothy MILLER, widow, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth
DPRI/3/1794/A50   12 May 1794
administration bond, penal sum £160; Thomas WOLFE, of Howick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1794/A51   20 May 1794
administration bond, 20 May 1794, penal sum £100; Miles TODD, yeoman, of Greenside in the parish of Ryton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1794/A52/1   12 May 1794
administration bond, penal sum £200; Adam WILKINSON, gentleman, of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1794/A52/2-4   12 May 1794
certificate of oath; Adam WILKINSON, gentleman, of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1794/A52/5   19 April 1794
letter of request; Adam WILKINSON, gentleman, of Alston in the county of Cumberland
letter of request to the Bishop of London
DPRI/3/1794/A53   29 May 1794
administration bond, penal sum £39; John THORNBER, gentleman, of MonkwearmouthShore in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1794/A54   26 May 1794
administration bond, penal sum £100; Charles ROCHESTER, plasterer, bachelor, of North Charlton in the parish of Ellingham in the county of Norhumberland
DPRI/3/1794/A55/1-4   27 May 1794
administration bond, penal sum £10; Stephen FRYER, merchant, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration limited to the intestate's interest in property at Carter Moore i the east quarter of Kirkley in the parish of Ponteland, Northumberland
DPRI/3/1794/A56   6 June 1794
administration bond, penal sum £39; James BROWN, mariner, bachelor, of parish of Shilbottle in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1794/A57   9 June 1794
administration bond, penal sum £500; Robert DIXON, innkeeper, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1794/A58/1-2   5 June 1794
administration bond, penal sum £300; Henry WALLACE, miner, of Alston in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1794/A59
administration bond, penal sum £39; Ann DIXON, spinster, of chapelry of Lamesley in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1794/A60   17 June 1794
administration bond, penal sum £500; Nicholas BELL, glass-maker, of parish of St Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1794/A61   18 June 1794
administration bond, penal sum £39; James RUDD, sail-maker, of Monkwearmouth Shore
DPRI/3/1794/A62
administration bond, penal sum £700; Robert GREENWELL, bachelor, of parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1794/A63   7 July 1794
administration bond, penal sum £100; Ann ALLEN, of parish of Bishop Wearmouth
DPRI/3/1794/A64   8 July 1794
administration bond, 8 July 1794, penal sum £500; Lancelot HARRISON, ship-chandler, of Sunderland near the Sea
DPRI/3/1794/A65   30 June 1794
administration bond, penal sum £39; Robert WHITFIELD, innkeeper, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1794/A66   12 July 1794
administration bond, penal sum £90; Richard FARROW, yeoman, bachelor, of Gillygate
DPRI/3/1794/A67   24 July 1794
administration bond, penal sum £90; Thomas ALMOND, sail-maker, bachelor, of Sunderland near the Sea
administration granted to Anthony Almond, father
DPRI/3/1794/A68   1 August 1794
administration bond, 1 August 1794, penal sum £1,800; John HORNER, draper, of parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1794/A69/1-2   6 August 1794
administration bond, 6 August 1794, penal sum £400; James LEIGHTON, bachelor, of island of Jamaica
DPRI/3/1794/A70
administration bond, 11 August 1794, penal sum £160; Ann CARR, widow, of South Shields in the chapelty of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1794/A71   11 August 1794
administration bond, penal sum £190; John MIDDLEMAS, yeoman, of Eglingham in the parish of eglingham inthe county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1794/A72   19 August 1794
administration bond, 19 August 1794, penal sum £500; George HAYS, tallow-chandler, of Lemington in the parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1794/A73   3 September 1794
administration bond, 3 September 1794, penal sum £100; Robert BROWN, block-maker, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilds
DPRI/3/1794/A74   5 September 1794
administration bond, penal sum £160; Jane TROTTER, spinster, of Pilgrim Street in the chapelry of All saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1794/A75   6 September 1794
administration bond, 6 September 1794, penal sum £300; Thomas EVERITT, yeoman, widower, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1794/A76   13 September 1794
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Richard WATTS, master mariner, bachelor, of parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1794/A77   25 September 1794
administration bond, penal sum £900; Peter DITCHBURN, yeoman, of parish of Elwick Hall in the county of Durham
for administration of goods left unadministered by the guardians of the deceased's children (previous administration granted 20.6.1782)
DPRI/3/1794/A78   15 September 1794
administration bond, penal sum £220; Lionel Dixon CLARKE, mariner, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1794/A79   24 September 1794
administration bond, penal sum £80; Richard SIMPSON, cabinet-maker, of of Sunderland
DPRI/3/1794/A80   4 October 1794
administration bond, 4 October 1794, penal sum £500; George HAIR, yeoman, widower, of Thristley-heugh within the chapelry of Brinkburn in the parish of Felton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1794/A81   4 October 1794
administration bond, penal sum £600; Ralph DALE, mariner, bachelor, heretofore of the parish of Jarrow in the county of Durham, late of the island of Martinique in the West Indies
DPRI/3/1794/A82   4 October 1794
administration bond, penal sum £600; Samuel DOBSON, yeoman, of West Kenton in the chapelry of Gosforth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1794/A83   17 October 1794
administration bond, penal sum £400; John BRAIDLEY, gentleman, widower, of chapelry of All Saints without the walls but within the liberties of the town and county of Newcastle
DPRI/3/1794/A84   2 October 1794
administration bond, penal sum £100; George BROWN, cabinet-maker, of Bishop Wearmouth
DPRI/3/1794/A85   14 October 1794
administration bond, penal sum £39; Matthew HICKS, block-maker, of Monkwearmouth Shore
DPRI/3/1794/A86   20 October 1794
administration bond, penal sum £500; Isaac OLIVER, victualler, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle
DPRI/3/1794/A87   20 October 1794
administration bond, penal sum £700; George ROBINSON, common brewer, of Bishop Wearmouth
DPRI/3/1794/A88   16 October 1794
administration bond, penal sum £1,060; William CHARLETON, esquire, of Alnwick in the parish of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1794/A89   25 October 1794
administration bond, penal sum £180; Joseph NICHOLSON, of Blackpool in the parish of Longhorsley in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1794/A90/1-4   15 November 1794
administration bond, penal sum £9; John RANSON, gentleman, of Sedgeletch in the parish of Bishopton in the county of Durham
grant of administration limited to properties of the deceased in Bishopton and East Newbiggin
DPRI/3/1794/A91/1-4   4 November 1794
administration bond, penal sum £9; Thomas KING, yeoman, of Sturton Gra1nge in the county of Northumberland
Administration limited to the intestate's interests in properties in Alnwick
DPRI/3/1794/A92   14 November 1794
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; James ALLEN, yeoman, of Morpeth
DPRI/3/1794/A93   18 November 1794
administration bond, penal sum £300; William CLARKE, mariner, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1794/A94   8 November 1794
administration bond, penal sum £160; Thomas WATSON, miner, bachelor, of Bailes in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1794/A95   25 November 1794
administration bond, penal sum £500; Henry WAKE, gentleman, bachelor, of parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1794/A96   1 December 1794
administration bond, penal sum £800; Thomas ELLISON, merchant taylor, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth
DPRI/3/1794/A97
administration bond, penal sum £90; John NISBET, victualler, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county pf Northumberland
DPRI/3/1794/A98   8 December 1794
administration bond, penal sum £39; Joseph WALTON, quarryman, of Windy Nook in the parish of Jarrow
DPRI/3/1794/A99   12 December 1794
administration bond, penal sum £130; John BROWN, weaver, yeoman, widower, of the Greens within the liberties of the borough Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1794/A100   19 December 1794
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; Thomas BARKER, merchant, bachelor, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1794/A101   20 December 1794
administration bond, penal sum £200; Richard DOBSON, gentleman, of Dunstan in the parish of Whickham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1794/A102//1-3   20 December 1794
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; James DUNNING, gentleman, bachelor, of Stockton upon Tees in the county of durham
Grant of administration limited to the intestate's interest in a legacy
DPRI/3/1794/A103   24 December 1794
administration bond, penal sum £500; Hannah HEADSLATE, widow, of Allensford within the parish of Lanchesterin the county of Durham
Will bonds 1794
Reference: DPRI/3/1794/T
DPRI/3/1794/T1/1   20 January 1794
will bond, penal sum £195; Thomas MAXWELL, mason, of Newton in the parish of Bywell Saint Peter and county of Northumberland. Died January 1793
DPRI/3/1794/T1/2-4   15 January 1794
renunciation; Thomas MAXWELL, mason, of Newton in the parish of Bywell Saint Peter and county of Northumberland. Died January 1793
DPRI/3/1794/T2/1   31 January 1794
will bond, penal sum £500; Ralph TROTTER, upholsterer, of city of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Ann Trotter, relict and residuary legatee during her widowhood, the executors having renounced
DPRI/3/1794/T2/2-4   28 January 1794
renunciation; Ralph TROTTER, upholsterer, of city of Durham
DPRI/3/1794/T3   15 February 1794
will bond, penal sum £20; Alice BULLMAN, widow, of Great Aycliffe
DPRI/3/1794/T4   20 February 1794
will bond, penal sum £39; Anne BROWN, widow, of Wolsingham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1794/T5/1   14 March 1794
will bond, penal sum £150; William JAMES, gentleman, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to the universal legatee, the executor having renounced
DPRI/3/1794/T5/2   11 March 1794
renunciation; William JAMES, gentleman, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1794/T6   12 May 1794
will bond, penal sum £30; Edward LUMSDEN, fuller, dyer, yeoman, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Mary Lumsden, relict and residuary legatee, the executor having died
DPRI/3/1794/T7/1   19 May 1794
will bond; Isaac ROBINSON, miner, of Harwood in the parish of Middleton in Teesdale and county of Durham. Died 9 May 1794
administration with the will annexed granted to attorney of the residuary legatee
DPRI/3/1794/T7/2-3   17 May 1794
power of attorney; Isaac ROBINSON, miner, of Harwood in the parish of Middleton in Teesdale and county of Durham. Died 9 May 1794
DPRI/3/1794/T8   18 June 1794
will bond, penal sum £39; William COCKERILL, gentleman, of Numbers Garth in the parish of Bishop Wearmouh in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to creditor, following death of original executor
DPRI/3/1794/T9/1   21 June 1794
will bond, penal sum £1,800; Phipps WESTON, [3rd] prebend of Durham cathedral, rector of Witney, Oxford, [B.D.], clerk, of Durham [The College]. Died 20 April 1794
administration with the will annexed granted to the creditors following the renunciation by original executors and of the guardian of the residuary legatees
DPRI/3/1794/T9/2-5   9 June 1794
election of guardian; Phipps WESTON, [3rd] prebend of Durham cathedral, rector of Witney, Oxford, [B.D.], clerk, of Durham [The College]. Died 20 April 1794
with acceptance of guardianship, 9 June 1794
the sons the residuary legatees elect their aunt Catherine Long as their curator in order to renounce administration
DPRI/3/1794/T9/6-7   7 June 1794
renunciation; Phipps WESTON, [3rd] prebend of Durham cathedral, rector of Witney, Oxford, [B.D.], clerk, of Durham [The College]. Died 20 April 1794
renunciation by both executors
DPRI/3/1794/T9/8-9   13 June 1794
letter of request; Phipps WESTON, [3rd] prebend of Durham cathedral, rector of Witney, Oxford, [B.D.], clerk, of Durham [The College]. Died 20 April 1794
letter of request to the Bishop of Oxford relating to the administration of an oath by the creditors; with memorandum of oath sworn on 24 June 1794
DPRI/3/1794/T10/1   26 June 1794
will bond, penal sum £800; John DICKINSON, yeoman, of Hill House in the parish of Aldstone and county of Cumberland. Died August 1793
administration granted to daughter of testator following renunciation by the executors and the widow of the deceased
DPRI/3/1794/T10/2-4   26 June 1794
renunciation; John DICKINSON, yeoman, of Hill House in the parish of Aldstone and county of Cumberland. Died August 1793
renunciation by both executors and the widow
DPRI/3/1794/T11   27 September 1794
will bond, penal sum £3,000; Thomas RIDDELL, esquire, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to the son of the residuary legatee following her death
DPRI/3/1794/T12   15 October 1794
will bond, penal sum £3,000; Samuel WEST, watchmaker, of North Shields. Died September 1794
administration with the will annexed granted to the wife of the residuary legatee, no executor having been named.
DPRI/3/1794/T13/1-4   25 October 1794
will bond, penal sum £9; William HOPPER, gentleman, of city of Durham
administration granted with will annexed, limited to property in Trimdon
DPRI/3/1794/T14/1   4 October 1794
will bond, penal sum £300; George CHAMBERS, innkeeper, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to John Barras, creditor; the sole executor having renounced his rights and consented that administration be granted
DPRI/3/1794/T14/2-3   15 September 1794
renunciation; George CHAMBERS, innkeeper, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
renunciaton of John Easton, sole executor; exhibited 23 Sep 1794; administration with the will annexed to be granted to John Barras, principal creditor, 23 Apr 1794
DPRI/3/1794/T15/1   18 October 1794
will bond; Benjamin PALIN, master mariner, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the universal legatee, the sole executor having renounced the executorship
DPRI/3/1794/T15/2-4   16 October 1794
renunciation; Benjamin PALIN, master mariner, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1794/T16   5 November 1794
will bond, penal sum £800; Mary DODSHON, wife of John Dodshon, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham
administration with the will and codicil annexed granted, because no executor is named in the will
DPRI/3/1794/T17   12 December 1794
will bond, penal sum £226; John BROWN, weaver, yeoman, widower, of the Greens within the liberties of the borough Berwick upon Tweed
administration with the will annexed granted, the executors being deceased
DPRI/3/1794/T18/1   11 December 1794
will bond, penal sum £3,000; Thomas HARRISON, woollen-draper, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted, the executors (and guardians of Thomas Harrison's children) having renounced execution
DPRI/3/1794/T18/2-3   9 December 1794
renunciation; Thomas HARRISON, woollen-draper, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1794/T19   26 December 1794
will bond, penal sum £9,000; Robert FARIMOND, coal-fitter, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted, there being no executor named in the will
Administration bonds 1795
Reference: DPRI/3/1795/A
DPRI/3/1795/A1   2 January 1795
administration bond, penal sum £9; Nathaniel YELLOLY, gentleman, widower, of Parish of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1795/A2   5 January 1795
administration bond, penal sum £39 ; William DOBSON, weaver, of Alnwick in the Parish of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1795/A3   4 January 1795
administration bond, penal sum £500; John BELL, coal-fitter, bachelor, of Sunniside in the Parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A4   7 January 1795
administration bond, penal sum £3,600; William SMART, merchant, of the Chaplery of All Saints in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1795/A5/1   7 January 1795
administration bond, penal sum £2,200; William RUTHERFORD, yeoman, widower, of Shield Field in the Chapelry of All Saints without the Walls but within the Liberties of the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 11 November 1794
DPRI/3/1795/A5/2-3   29 December 1794
renunciation; William RUTHERFORD, yeoman, widower, of Shield Field in the Chapelry of All Saints without the Walls but within the Liberties of the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 11 November 1794
DPRI/3/1795/A6   8 January 1795
administration bond, penal sum £50; John MILLS, ship-carpenter, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A7   10 January 1795
administration bond, penal sum £300; John HAVELOCK, miner, of Nenthead in the Parish of Alston in the County of Cumberland
Oath of widow Mary Cain, formerly Havelock, written on back of bond.
DPRI/3/1795/A8   24 January 1795
administration bond, penal sum £300; Joseph WADE, gentleman, bachelor, of Gilligate near the City of Durham in the Parish of Saint Gyles in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A9   12 January 1795
administration bond, penal sum £1,800; Joseph CARTER, yeoman, of Cowpen in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A10   31 January 1795
administration bond, penal sum £130; George HEWITT, saddler, of Belford in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1795/A11   6 February 1795
administration bond, penal sum £5,000; Farrer WREN, esquire, widower, of Binchester in the Parish of Saint Andrews Auckland in the county of Durham
Oath of administration, of only daughter Mary Lyon of Hetton, County Durham, dated 16.2.1795, endorsed on back of bond.
DPRI/3/1795/A12/1-2   14 February 1795
administration bond, penal sum £9; William NESBITT, of Chapelry of Saint Andrew in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
Oath of Administration included in bond.
DPRI/3/1795/A13   20 February 1795
administration bond, penal sum £39; Duncan ROBINSON, yeoman, bachelor, of Parish of All Saints in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1795/A14   23 February 1795
administration bond, penal sum £500; James MACRON, mariner, of Sunderland near the Sea in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A15   26 February 1795
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Robert JACKSON, gentleman, bachelor, of Parish of Whittingham in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1795/A16   7 March 1795
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; Matthew BELL, the younger, esquire, of Parish of Saint Nicholas in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1795/A17   14 March 1795
administration bond, penal sum £39; Margaret SHIELDS, spinster, of Aycliffe in the Parish of Aycliffe in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A18   24 March 1795
administration bond, penal sum £550; William HEAD, otherwise Heads, weaver, of Allensford in the Parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A19
administration bond, penal sum £80; Benjamin GREY, gentleman, of Milburn Place in the Parish of Tynemouth in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1795/A20   25 March 1795
administration bond, penal sum £600; John GIBSON, miller, of Chapelry of Doddington in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1795/A21   25 March 1795
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Thomas ATKINSON, grocer, of Staindrop in the County of Durham
Oath of widow on reverse of bond
DPRI/3/1795/A22   6 April 1795
administration bond, penal sum £1,300; Robert HUNTER, gentleman, of the Riding in the Parish of Bywell Saint Andrew in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1795/A23   11 April 1795
administration bond, penal sum £1,800; William KERR, innkeeper, of Cornhill in the Chapelry of Cornhill in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A24   11 April 1795
administration bond, penal sum £500; John STORER, candle-wick bleacher, widower, of West Auckland in the Chapelry of Saint Helen Auckland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A25   13 April 1795
administration bond, penal sum £1,400; Thomas JENISON, gentleman, bachelor, chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne, but late of Douay in French Flanders
DPRI/3/1795/A26   17 April 1795
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; John WILSON, ironmonger, of the Borough of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1795/A27   18 April 1795
administration bond, penal sum £7,000; John TILLY, gentleman, of East Rainton in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A28   20 April 1795
administration bond, penal sum £1,500; George DONKIN, ironmonger, of the Parish of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A29   25 April 1795
administration bond, penal sum £1,800; John HARRISON, gentleman, bachelor, of Haggerston in the Chapelry of Ancroft in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A30   28 April 1795
administration bond, penal sum £300; Robert PARKINSON, yeoman, of Widehope in the Parish of St Helen Auckland in the county of Durham
Oath of widow, Sarah Parkinson, on reverse of bond.
DPRI/3/1795/A31   30 April 1795
administration bond, penal sum £100; Mary ANGUS, of Hall Garth Street in the Parish of St Oswald in or near the City of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A32   15 May 1795
administration bond, penal sum £120; William JOPLING, innkeeper, of Gilligate near the City of Durham in the Parish of Saint Gyles
DPRI/3/1795/A33   19 May 1795
administration bond, penal sum £150; Joseph JOBSON, yeoman, of Bishopwearmouth in the Parish of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A34   23 May 1795
administration bond, penal sum £500; Elizabeth JEFFERSON, widow, of South Shields in the Chapelry of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A35   23 May 1795
administration bond, penal sum £500; Ann HARRISON, nee Jefferson, of South Shields in the Chapelry of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A36   23 May 1795
administration bond, penal sum £300; Thomas CARR, innkeeper, of North Shields in the Parish of Tynemouth
DPRI/3/1795/A37   25 May 1795
administration bond, penal sum £8; Adam WALTON, miner, of Nent Head in the Parish of Alston in the County of Cumberland
Note confirming oath on reverse of bond.
DPRI/3/1795/A38   5 June 1795
administration bond, penal sum £500; Anthony WATERS, colliery viewer, of Lamesley in the Chapelry of Lamesley in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A39   5 June 1795
administration bond, penal sum £150; George SMITH, gentleman, of Whiehall Furnace in the County of Durham, in the Parish of Chester le Street
DPRI/3/1795/A40   3 June 1795
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Joseph RENNOLDSON, master mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A41   3 June 1795
administration bond, penal sum £160; William GIBSON, flax-dresser, of the Leazes in the Chapelry of Saint Andrews without the Walls but within the Liberties of the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1795/A42   30 May 1795
administration bond, penal sum £50; Eleanor BRODBELT, of Saint Helens Auckland in the County of Durham
note on reverse of bond that oath was sworn by John Brodbelt, widow of the deceased
DPRI/3/1795/A43   9 June 1795
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; John HILL, late husband of Christian Donkin (heretofore Christian Hill widow), ship-owner, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the County of Durham, in the parish of Monkwearmouth
DPRI/3/1795/A44   12 June 1795
administration bond, penal sum £210; John JOHNSON, engraver, of the Chapelry of Saint John in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1795/A45   13 June 1795
administration bond, penal sum £15; Peter EVANS, mason, of Nether Witton in the Chapelry of Netherwitton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1795/A46   20 June 1795
administration bond, penal sum £500; Mary BROWN, spinster, of the Parish of Kirkwelpington in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1795/A47/1   22 June 1795
administration bond, penal sum £200; Cuthbert WARD, yeoman, of Calf Hall in the Chapelry of Muggleswick in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A47/2-3   22 June 1795
power of attorney; Cuthbert WARD, yeoman, of Calf Hall in the Chapelry of Muggleswick in the county of Durham
with grant of administration, 22 June 1795
power of attorney of Cuthbert Ward, Eleanor Angus and Margaret Downey, children of the deceased, appointing Nicholas Hopper to obtain a grant of administration; administration granted, 22 June 1795
DPRI/3/1795/A48   22 June 1795
administration bond, penal sum £120; Ann ROBSON, nee Dodd, of the Chapelry of Falstone in the county of Northumberland
foot note records William Robson died without taking administration
DPRI/3/1795/A49   29 June 1795
administration bond, penal sum £36; William CHISHOLM, gentleman, of the Borough of Berwick upon Tweed in the Parish of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1795/A50   1 June 1795
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Michael THORNTON, farmer, of Longwhitton in the County of Northumberland in the Parish of Hartburn
DPRI/3/1795/A51   27 June 1795
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Thomas SCOTT, master mariner, bachelor, of South Shields in the Chapelry of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham
note of oath on reverse of bond for William Handley Scott
DPRI/3/1795/A52   22 June 1795
administration bond, penal sum £150; Mary MOWBRAY, of Eighton Banks in the County of Durham in the Chapelry of Lamesley
DPRI/3/1795/A53   3 July 1795
administration bond, penal sum £150; John WOOD, quarryman, widower, Great Usworth in the parish of Washington in the county of Durham, but late of Eighton Banks in the chapelry of Lamesley in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A54   2 July 1795
administration bond, penal sum £150; Frances FENWICK, of Morpeth in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1795/A55/1   4 July 1795
administration bond, penal sum £100; Thomas BLAND, miner, widower, of the Chapelry of Garragill in the County of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1795/A55/2   5 June 1795
renunciation; Thomas BLAND, miner, widower, of the Chapelry of Garragill in the County of Cumberland
proxy of renunciation of Hannah Goofellow, daughter, and Thomas and James Bland, sons, consenting that administration be granted to Caleb Bland, son; administration granted, 4 July 1795
DPRI/3/1795/A56   7 July 1795
administration bond, penal sum £150; Andrew SCOTT, porter, of the Chapelry of All Saints in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1795/A57   2 July 1795
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Gabriel REDHEAD, yeoman, of Whitton in the County of Northumberland in the Parish of Rothbury
DPRI/3/1795/A58   25 July 1795
administration bond, penal sum £180; Andrew GILES, cooper, of the Chapelry of Saint John in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1795/A59   27 July 1795
administration bond, penal sum £9; William CRAGGS, of Sunderland Bridge in the Chapelry of Croxdale in the county of Durham
oath of daughter, Mary Bland, affirmed on reverse of bond
DPRI/3/1795/A60   27 July 1795
administration bond, penal sum £1,110; Margaret LEE, of Walworth in the Parish of Heighington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A61   25 July 1795
administration bond, penal sum £3,999; John NICHOLSON, gentleman, of Bishopwearmouth in the County Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A62   3 August 1795
administration bond, penal sum £200; John FORSTER, of Cullercoats in the Parish of Tynemouth
DPRI/3/1795/A63/1   12 August 1795
administration bond, penal sum £150; Eleanor SEWELL, widow, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1795/A63/2   16 July 1795
power of attorney; Eleanor SEWELL, widow, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
power of attorney of Anne Page, wife of William Page, now residing in Charlotte Street in the Parish of Saint Mary Whitechapel in the County of Middlesex, daughter of the deceased, appointing Peter Hunter to obtain a grant of administration; administration granted, 12 Aug 1795
DPRI/3/1795/A64   15 August 1795
administration bond, penal sum £100; Ann ROBINSON, wife of Francis Robinson now deceased, of Parish of Mary le Bow in the North Bailey in the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A65   17 August 1795
administration bond, penal sum £2,500; Elizabeth ALLISON, widow, of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A66   15 August 1795
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Francis JEFFERSON, master mariner, of South Shields in the Chapelry of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A67   31 August 1795
administration bond, penal sum £100; Jacob CARR, block-maker, mast-maker, widower, of Parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A68   5 September 1795
administration bond, penal sum £100; Howey HAY, engine-wright, of Wallsend in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1795/A69   4 September 1795
administration bond, penal sum £100; Hannah TURNBULL, widow, of Tynemouth in the Parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1795/A70/1   3 September 1795
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; George EMERSON, ironmonger, of Hedgefield House in the Parish of Ryton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A70/2   11 August 1795
renunciation; George EMERSON, ironmonger, of Hedgefield House in the Parish of Ryton in the county of Durham
Renunciation by Jane Emerson, widow, in favour of John Emerson, brother of deceased. Confirmation of proxy on reverse of letter, dated 4.9.1795.
DPRI/3/1795/A71   15 September 1795
administration bond, penal sum £200; John JOHNSON, innkeeper, of Darlington in the county of Durham
Oath of William Manby, a creditor, on reverse of bond.
DPRI/3/1795/A72   16 September 1795
administration bond, penal sum £600; Richard BATTENSBY, mariner, widower, of Sunderland near the Seain the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A73   25 September 1795
administration bond, penal sum £80; John MIDDLEMAS, master mariner, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A74   19 September 1795
administration bond, penal sum £6; Henry ANGUS, mason, of Frosterly in the Parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham
Oath of widow, Sarah Angus on reverse of bond
DPRI/3/1795/A75/1   6 October 1795
administration bond, penal sum £190; Michael TITCHBOURNE, esquire, formerly of Stockton in the County of Durham, but late of the Parish of Saint George the Martyr in the County of Surrey
DPRI/3/1795/A75/2-3   27 September 1795
power of attorney, 27 September 1795; Michael TITCHBOURNE, esquire, formerly of Stockton in the County of Durham, but late of the Parish of Saint George the Martyr in the County of Surrey
power of attorney of Mary Titchbourne of Canterbury, relict, appointing Peter Hunter to obtain a grant of administration; administration granted, 6 Oct 1795
DPRI/3/1795/A76/1   6 October 1795
curation bond, penal sum £8,000; William MIDDLETON, baronet, Sir, widower, of Belsay Castle in the county of Northumberland. Died July 1795
DPRI/3/1795/A76/2-3   29 September 1795
election of guardian; William MIDDLETON, baronet, Sir, widower, of Belsay Castle in the county of Northumberland. Died July 1795
with acceptance of guardianship, 29 September 1795
DPRI/3/1795/A77   6 October 1795
administration bond, penal sum £8,000; William MIDDLETON, baronet, Sir, widower, of Belsay Castle in the county of Northumberland. Died July 1795
DPRI/3/1795/A78   12 October 1795
administration bond, penal sum £1,800; John PATTERSON, smith, of Parish of Berwick upon Tweed, Borough of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1795/A79   14 October 1795
administration bond, penal sum £180; Henry RENWICK, shopkeeper, of Alston in the County of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1795/A80   20 October 1795
administration bond, penal sum £150; William HODGSON, yeoman, of Cockerton in the Parish of Darlington in the county of Durham
Oath of mother on reverse of bond
DPRI/3/1795/A81   22 October 1795
administration bond, penal sum £100; Robert GARDENER, waterman, of Sandgate in the County of Northumberland in the Chapelry of All Saints
DPRI/3/1795/A82   31 October 1795
administration bond, penal sum £100; Ann THOMPSON, spinster, of Kelloe in the Parish of Kelloe in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A83   26 October 1795
administration bond, penal sum £1,090; Hannah HOPPER, widow, of Parish of Shotley in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1795/A84   3 November 1795
administration bond, penal sum £1,500; William MATTHEWS, gentleman, of Chester le Street in the Parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A85   13 November 1795
administration bond, penal sum £1,500; Joseph SPRAGGON, yeoman, bachelor, of Rainton in the Parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A86   26 October 1795
administration bond, penal sum £400; George LAIDLER, husbandman, of Deanham in the Parish of Hartburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1795/A87   18 November 1795
administration bond, penal sum £100; Jane YOUENS, widow, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A88/1-4   17 November 1795
administration bond, penal sum £5; Edward BROWELL, clerk of Romal Kirk [Romaldkirk] in the County of York, clerk, of Greencroft in the Parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham
Document includes descrition of lands and farms around Lanchester and Iveston.
DPRI/3/1795/A89/1-4   21 November 1795
administration bond, penal sum £5; John Widderington STAFFORD, gentleman, of Monkwearmouth inthe Parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
bond includes indenture of land in Trimdon, Co. Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A90   18 November 1795
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Richard HAGON, master mariner, of South Shields in the County and Dioces of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A91/1-4   13 November 1795
administration bond, penal sum £9; Hannah MILBOURN, widow, of Laygate in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A92   28 November 1795
administration bond, penal sum £1,000 ; Christopher HILL, esquire, bachelor, of Offerton in the Parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A93   3 December 1795
administration bond, penal sum £1,800 ; George MARSH, clerk, of Ford in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1795/A94   5 December 1795
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Nicholas WAKE, gentleman, of Pittington Hall Garth in the Parish of Pittington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A95   30 November 1795
administration bond, penal sum £100; William BURRELL, ship-owner, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A96   17 December 1795
administration bond, penal sum £3,500; Thomas BELL, gentleman, of Little Houghton in the Parish of Longhoughton in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1795/A97   30 December 1795
administration bond, penal sum £100; Arthur FITZGERALD, lieutenant of Invalids, [army] invalids lieutenant, of Upner Castle in the County of Kent
DPRI/3/1795/A98   28 December 1795
administration bond, penal sum £60; Thomas WALTON, miner, of Nenthead in the Parish of Alston in the County of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1795/A99   24 December 1795
administration bond, penal sum £150; Christopher LAIDMAN, bachelor, of Morpeth in the Parish of Morpeth in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1795/A100   24 December 1795
administration bond, penal sum £150; Walter LAIDMAN, bachelor, of Morpeth in the Parish of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1795/A101   10 December 1795
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; William TOPLIFF, ship-owner, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the Parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/A102   11 September 1795
administration bond, penal sum £800; James LEYBOURN, gentleman, of Derwent Coat in the Chapelry of Medomsley in the county of Durham
endorsed with certificate of oath of the widow
Will bonds 1795
Reference: DPRI/3/1795/T
DPRI/3/1795/T1   10 January 1795
will bond, penal sum £500; Miles ELLISON, yeoman, of North Biddick in the parish of Washington and county of Durham
administration with the will annexed, there being no executor named or appointed therein
DPRI/3/1795/T2/1   24 March 1795
will bond, penal sum £39; William CHISOLM, cordwainer, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed; William King the sole executor in the said will having duly renounced
DPRI/3/1795/T2/2-3   25 March 1795
renunciation; William CHISOLM, cordwainer, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
exhibited, 26 Mar 1795
DPRI/3/1795/T3/1   16 April 1795
will bond, penal sum £3,500; Robert DIXON, master mariner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
Dixon's grand-daughter was the residuary legatee, the sole executor having renounced
DPRI/3/1795/T3/2-4   13 April 1795
renunciation; Robert DIXON, master mariner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
renunciation by sole executor in favour of the grand-daughter of the deceased
DPRI/3/1795/T4   7 May 1795
will bond, penal sum £80; Richard CARLISLE, farmer, of Coundon Grainge in the parish of St Andrew Auckland and county of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/T5/1-2   9 May 1795
curation bond, penal sum £1,000; James TAYLOR, gentleman, of Monkwearmouthshore in the county of Durham
Two Minors - the only children and next of kin - oath of Administration of the Guardian on the reverse of the Bond.
DPRI/3/1795/T5/3-5   21 April 1795
election of guardians; James TAYLOR, gentleman, of Monkwearmouthshore in the county of Durham
with acceptance of guardianship, 21 April 1795
DPRI/3/1795/T6   9 May 1795
will bond, penal sum £1,000; James TAYLOR, gentleman, of Monkwearmouthshore in the county of Durham
declaration by guardian (there being no Executor or Residuary Legatee in the said will named)
DPRI/3/1795/T7/1   2 July 1795
will bond, penal sum £700; Ralph BROUGH, gentleman, of Ryhope in the parish of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/T7/2-4   2 July 1795
renunciation; Ralph BROUGH, gentleman, of Ryhope in the parish of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
renunciation by executors in favour of the guardian of the minors
DPRI/3/1795/T7/5   19 June 1795
renunciation; Ralph BROUGH, gentleman, of Ryhope in the parish of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/T7/6-8   23 June 1795
election of guardian; Ralph BROUGH, gentleman, of Ryhope in the parish of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
with acceptance of guardianship, 23 June 1795
DPRI/3/1795/T7/9-11   23 June 1795
election of guardian; Ralph BROUGH, gentleman, of Ryhope in the parish of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
with acceptance of guardianship, 23 June 1795
DPRI/3/1795/T8/1   13 June 1795
will bond, penal sum £500; William BENSON, mason, of Unthank in the parish of Stanhope and county of Durham
administration granted to the relict, the universal legatees in trust having renounced
DPRI/3/1795/T8/2-4   29 June 1795
probate records; William BENSON, mason, of Unthank in the parish of Stanhope and county of Durham
DPRI/3/1795/T9   10 August 1795
will bond, penal sum £550; John CHARLTON, gentleman, of theParish of Mitford in the county of Northumberland
Great-granddaughter as bondswoman.
DPRI/3/1795/T10   28 September 1795
will bond, penal sum £39; Jane GARNET, wife of John Garnet, of Longnewton in the county of Durham
John Garnet, husband and universal legatee; there being no executor named
DPRI/3/1795/T11   4 November 1795
will bond, penal sum £150 ; Robert CHAMBERS, tanner, of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1795/T12/1   16 December 1795
will bond, penal sum £1,000; Thomas MASON, farmer, yeoman, of Donkings Houses in the parish of Newburn and county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1795/T12/2-3   14 December 1795
renunciation; Thomas MASON, farmer, yeoman, of Donkings Houses in the parish of Newburn and county of Northumberland
renunciation by the sons in favour of the widow
Administration bonds 1796
Reference: DPRI/3/1796/A
DPRI/3/1796/A1   4 January 1796
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Dorothy CARR, spinster, of Field House in the parish of Lesbury in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1796/A2   11 January 1796
administration bond, penal sum £160; Thomas SHEEN, upholsterer, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1796/A3   15 January 1796
administration bond, penal sum £9,000; Dorothea Ann MONKHOUSE, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1796/A4/1-4   16 January 1796
administration bond, penal sum £9; Robert WOOD, gentleman, of New Elvet near the city of Durham in the county of Durham
grant of administration limited to the intestate's interest in property in Easington, County Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A5   25 January 1796
administration bond, penal sum £39; George CARR, yeoman, of Cambo in the parish of Hartburn in the county of Northmberland
memorandum relating that this bond was decreed void, and another bond was executed to the same bondsman, William Carr, with value amended to under £600, 7 Nov 1796
DPRI/3/1796/A6   28 January 1796
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Thomas WILKINSON, master mariner, of Capelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1796/A7   30 January 1796
administration bond, penal sum £500; Martin NICHOLSON, yeoman, of Hebburn in the parish of Jarrow in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A8   1 February 1796
administration bond, penal sum £150; Eleanor CHAMBERS, spinster, of Chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1796/A9   28 January 1796
administration bond, penal sum £9; Thomas LEIGHTON, surgeon, bachelor, of Sherburn in the parish of Pittington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A10   28 January 1796
administration bond, penal sum £150; Dorothy LEIGHTON, widow, of city of Durham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A11   28 January 1796
administration bond, penal sum £500; James LEIGHTON, bachelor, of island of Jamaica
DPRI/3/1796/A12   28 January 1796
administration bond, penal sum £9; Robert LEIGHTON, gentleman, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A13/1-2   3 February 1796
curation bond, penal sum £500; Margaret ELLIOT, widow, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A13/3-6   30 January 1796
proxy of curation and guardianship; Margaret ELLIOT, widow, of South Shields in the county of Durham
with acceptance of curation and guardianship
proxy endorsed with memorandum relating that the guardian was sworn 3 Feb 1796
DPRI/3/1796/A14   3 February 1796
administration bond; Margaret ELLIOT, widow, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A15   10 February 1796
administration bond, penal sum £36; William ROBSON, a volunteer on board H.M.S. Orion, [royal navy] seaman, bachelor, formerly of Callerton in the county of Northumberland, but late a volunteer on board his Majestys Ship Orion
DPRI/3/1796/A16   13 February 1796
administration bond, penal sum £180; Ann FIELDING, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1796/A17   18 February 1796
administration bond, penal sum £300; Henry JEFFERSON, wine-cooper, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1796/A18   18 February 1796
administration bond, penal sum £150; Newark ANDREW, yeoman, of Newbiggin in the parish of Woodhorn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1796/A19   24 February 1796
administration bond, penal sum £200; Jane KENDALL, of Askrigg in the county of York
DPRI/3/1796/A20   23 February 1796
administration bond, penal sum £100; Charles ROBINSON, mariner, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A21   27 February 1796
administration bond, penal sum £30; Margaret HOPPER, spinster, of Church Street in the parish of Saint Oswald in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A22/1   3 March 1796
administration bond, penal sum £3,800; Isabel HOGG, spinster, of Norton in the county of Durham. Died February 1793
with memorandum relating the proxy of renunciation of John Hogg esquire, brother of the intestate
DPRI/3/1796/A22/2-3   2 March 1796
renunciation; Isabel HOGG, spinster, of Norton in the county of Durham. Died February 1793
DPRI/3/1796/A23   7 March 1796
administration bond, penal sum £36; Elizabeth HARRISON, widow, of Witton-le-Wear in the parish of Saint Andrew Auckland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A24/1   23 February 1796
administration bond, penal sum £150; Hannah TODD, widow, of Limehouse in the parish of Saint Ann Limehouse in the county of Middlesex
DPRI/3/1796/A24/2-4   23 February 1796
certificate of oath; Hannah TODD, widow, of Limehouse in the parish of Saint Ann Limehouse in the county of Middlesex
DPRI/3/1796/A24/5   15 February 1796
letter of request; Hannah TODD, widow, of Limehouse in the parish of Saint Ann Limehouse in the county of Middlesex
letter of request to the bishop of London
DPRI/3/1796/A25/1-4   11 March 1796
administration bond, penal sum £9; Samuel HILL, esquire, of Shenstone Park in the county of Stafford
grant of administration limited to the intestate's interest in the rectory and church impropriate of Bishop Middleham, County Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A26   11 March 1796
administration bond, penal sum £200; Margaret ROBSON, of Peels House in the parish of Chester-le-Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A27   23 March 1796
administration bond, penal sum £700; John RAMSEY, farmer, bachelor, of Aikington in the parish of Warkworth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1796/A28   4 April 1796
administration bond, penal sum £200; William JOHNSON, innkeeper, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1796/A29   30 March 1796
administration bond, penal sum £160; Robert ARMSTRONG, mariner, bachelor, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A30   8 April 1796
administration bond, penal sum £550; James PEARSON, yeoman, of Hedley Wood in the parish of Longhorsley in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1796/A31   12 April 1796
administration bond, penal sum £100; Henry WRIGHT, innkeeper, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle
DPRI/3/1796/A32   9 April 1796
administration bond, penal sum £100; Elizabeth WELCH, heretofore Rumford, of city of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A33/1-2   18 April 1796
administration bond, penal sum £30; Anthony WILKINSON, late on board H.M.S. Triumph, [royal navy] seaman, formerly of the chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne, late on board HMS Triumph
DPRI/3/1796/A34/1   16 April 1796
administration bond, penal sum £39; William WOODIFIELD, yeoman, of Monkwearmouth in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A34/2-3   4 April 1796
renunciation; William WOODIFIELD, yeoman, of Monkwearmouth in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
with memorandum relating that administration was granted 14 Apr 1796
DPRI/3/1796/A34/4-5   11 April 1796
proxy of renunciation; William WOODIFIELD, yeoman, of Monkwearmouth in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
endorsed with memorandum relating that administration was granted 14 Apr 1796
DPRI/3/1796/A35   7 May 1796
administration bond, penal sum £1,799; Mary FLETCHER, widow, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the county of Durham in the parish of Monkwearmouth
DPRI/3/1796/A36   4 May 1796
administration bond, penal sum £150; John ARMSTRONG, innkeeper, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to the goods left unadministered by Isabella Armstrong, relict and administratrix, now deceased; also with memoranda relating that administrator was sworn 4 May 1796, and passed the seal 13 May 1796
DPRI/3/1796/A37   9 May 1796
administration bond, penal sum £190; George PEARSON, bachelor, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A38   9 May 1796
administration bond, penal sum £190; Ann PEARSON, spinster, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A39   9 May 1796
administration bond, penal sum £190; Thomas PEARSON, mariner, bachelor, of city of London
DPRI/3/1796/A40   14 May 1796
administration bond, penal sum £160; Luke GRAY, master mariner, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1796/A41   14 May 1796
administration bond, penal sum £500; Joseph WATSON, free porter, widower, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1796/A42/1-4   3 May 1796
administration bond, penal sum £60; Thomas MARSHALL, gentleman, Hexham, late of Blanchland in the county of Northumberland
Grant of administration limited to the intestate's interest in Bell-Sheele in Elsdon, within the liberties of Ridsdale, Northumberland
DPRI/3/1796/A43/1-4   14 May 1796
administration bond, penal sum £9; John CHARLETON, gentleman, of Fowbery House in the parish of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration limited to the intestate's interest in property at Simonburn, Northumberland
DPRI/3/1796/A44   19 May 1796
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Jane HEDLEY, nee Shafto, of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1796/A45   20 May 1796
administration bond, penal sum £39; Archibald HOUSTON, shopkeeper, of Chapelry of All Saints without the walls but within the liberties of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1796/A46   23 May 1796
administration bond, penal sum £30; William JOPLING, late belonging to H.M.S. Russell, [royal navy] seaman, late belonging to HMS Russell, Tanfield in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A47   6 June 1796
administration bond, penal sum £150; Joseph RENWICK, miner, of Leadgate in the county of Cumberland in the parish of Alston
DPRI/3/1796/A48/1-2   9 June 1796
administration bond, penal sum £500; Thomas WHITE, butcher, of Brookhouse in the parish of Billingham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A49/1-2   14 June 1796
administration bond, penal sum £40; Matthew HUTCHINSON, innkeeper, of Seal Bank in the parish of Middleton in Teasdale in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A50/1   16 June 1796
administration bond, penal sum £190; Jane GRAYHURST, formerly Blackie, of parish of Saint Ethelburga, London
DPRI/3/1796/A50/2-4   17 June 1796
certificate of oath; Jane GRAYHURST, formerly Blackie, of parish of Saint Ethelburga, London
DPRI/3/1796/A50/5   9 June 1796
letter of request; Jane GRAYHURST, formerly Blackie, of parish of Saint Ethelburga, London
letter of request from the bishop of Durham to the bishop of London
DPRI/3/1796/A51/1-3   15 June 1796
curation bond, penal sum £90; Thomas WALTON, miner, bachelor, of Nenthead in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland. Died 17 March 1795
DPRI/3/1796/A51/4-6   16 May 1796
proxy of curation and guardianship; Thomas WALTON, miner, bachelor, of Nenthead in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland. Died 17 March 1795
with acceptance of curation and guardianship
DPRI/3/1796/A52/1-4   17 June 1796
administration bond, penal sum £9; Thomas WOODCOCK, gentleman, of Inner Temple, London
grant of administration limited to the intestate's interest in property at Bitleston or Biddleston, Burraden, Sharperton and Alwinton, Northumberland
DPRI/3/1796/A53   22 June 1796
administration bond, penal sum £180; Hugh PATTISON, miner, widower, of Alston in the county of Cumberland in the parish of Alston
DPRI/3/1796/A54/1-2   23 June 1796
administration bond, penal sum £200; Susannah HODGSON, of Stockton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A55   7 July 1796
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Henry FAIREST, innkeeper, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the city of Durham and the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A56   7 July 1796
administration bond, penal sum £500; John CROOKS, yeoman, of chapelry of Earsden in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1796/A57   9 July 1796
administration bond, penal sum £140; William GAMBLE, mariner, but late of North Shields in the county of Northumberland within the parish of Tynemouth, formerly of Scarborough in the county of York
DPRI/3/1796/A58   12 July 1796
administration bond, penal sum £500; James HEPPLE, common brewer, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A59/1   29 June 1796
administration bond, penal sum £150; Margaret BATTERSBY, widow, of Norton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A59/2-3   29 June 1796
certificate of oath; Margaret BATTERSBY, widow, of Norton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A59/4   25 June 1796
letter of request; Margaret BATTERSBY, widow, of Norton in the county of Durham
letter of request from the bishop of Durham to the bishop of London
DPRI/3/1796/A60/1   29 June 1796
administration bond, penal sum £150; Elizabeth TAYLOR, widow, of Norton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A60/2   25 June 1796
letter of request; Elizabeth TAYLOR, widow, of Norton in the county of Durham
letter of request from the bishop of Durham to the bishop of London
DPRI/3/1796/A60/3-4   29 June 1796
certificate of oath; Elizabeth TAYLOR, widow, of Norton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A61
administration bond, penal sum £60; John GREENWELL, butcher, of Westoe in the parish of Jarrow in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A62   15 July 1796
administration bond, penal sum £500; Ann JOHNSON, mariner, bachelor, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham in the parish of Bishopwearmouth
DPRI/3/1796/A63   14 July 1796
administration bond, penal sum £30; Richard ERRINGTON, belonging to the ship [H.M.S.] Llandovery, royal navy seaman, of late belonging to the ship Landovery at the island of Jamaica
DPRI/3/1796/A64   23 July 1796
administration bond, penal sum £500; Mary GREGORY, spinster, heretofore of Whitehall in the parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham , late of the chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1796/A65/1   27 July 1796
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Andrew FENWICK, gentleman, widower, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland. Died May 1796
DPRI/3/1796/A65/2-3   11 July 1796
renunciation; Andrew FENWICK, gentleman, widower, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland. Died May 1796
DPRI/3/1796/A66   4 August 1796
administration bond, penal sum £130; William HARDY, yeoman, of Hamsterly
DPRI/3/1796/A67   19 August 1796
administration bond, penal sum £39; John WARD, wagon-way wright, of chapelry of Heworth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A68   19 August 1796
administration bond, penal sum £180; John WALKER, millwright, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1796/A69/1-4   16 August 1796
administration bond, penal sum £9; George SANDERSON, mason, of Dairey House in the parish of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration limited to the intestate's interest in property in Morpeth
DPRI/3/1796/A70   26 August 1796
administration bond, penal sum £42; Thomas BOWNESS, volunteer on H.M.S. Triumph, [royal navy mariner], bachelor, formerly of Framwellgate within the chapelry of Saint Margaret near the city of Durham in the county of Durham, late a volunteer on board HMS Triumph
DPRI/3/1796/A71   22 August 1796
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Margery BAPTY, spinster, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1796/A72   3 September 1796
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Thomas CARR, mercer, draper, bachelor, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A73/1   9 September 1796
administration bond, penal sum £500; Elizabeth DENNISON, wife of John Dennison, heretofore Byerley, late of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1796/A73/2   5 September 1796
commission; Elizabeth DENNISON, wife of John Dennison, heretofore Byerley, late of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
commisssion from the archbishop of York to James Wilkinson and Thomas Radford of Sheffield, clerks
DPRI/3/1796/A73/3-4   2 September 1796
letter of request; Elizabeth DENNISON, wife of John Dennison, heretofore Byerley, late of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
letter of request from the bishop of Durham to the archbishop of York
DPRI/3/1796/A73/5   9 September 1796
certificate of oath; Elizabeth DENNISON, wife of John Dennison, heretofore Byerley, late of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1796/A74   8 September 1796
administration bond, penal sum £500; George BELL, of Seghill in the county of Northumberland in the chapelry of Earsdon
DPRI/3/1796/A75   21 September 1796
administration bond, penal sum £7; Robert SMITH, shopkeeper, of Felton in the parish of Felton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1796/A76   10 October 1796
administration bond, penal sum £39; Thomas WATSON, glass-grinder, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1796/A77   11 October 1796
administration bond, penal sum £160; James DOUGLASS, excise officer, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A78   22 October 1796
administration bond, penal sum £250; John HALL, schoolmaster, of Washington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A79   1 June 1796
administration bond, penal sum £150; John GIBSON, yeoman, of Hartford Lane House in the county of Durham in the parish of Bedlington
DPRI/3/1796/A80   20 October 1796
administration bond, penal sum £4,500; Jane YELLOLY, widow, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1796/A81   22 October 1796
administration bond, penal sum £39; Thomas MARTIN, upholsterer, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A82   26 October 1796
administration bond, penal sum £380; Robert BAXTER, yeoman, of Farhouse in the county of Northumberland in the parish of Knarsdale
DPRI/3/1796/A83   27 October 1796
administration bond, penal sum £39; Robert GILL, bookseller, of parish of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A84   4 November 1796
administration bond, penal sum £30; Thomas SANDERSON, pitman, of chapelry of Penshaw in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A85/1-2   7 November 1796
administration bond, penal sum £400; John STOTT, house-carpenter, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A85/3   7 November 1796
affidavit; John STOTT, house-carpenter, of South Shields in the county of Durham
affadavit of the bondsmen
DPRI/3/1796/A86/1   7 November 1796
administration bond, penal sum £700; George CARR, yeoman, of Cambo in the parish of Hartburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1796/A86/2-3   7 November 1796
act of court; George CARR, yeoman, of Cambo in the parish of Hartburn in the county of Northumberland
act of court nullifiying previous grant of administration and re-granting administration to William Carr, brother and creditor of the intestate
DPRI/3/1796/A87   7 November 1796
administration bond, penal sum £760; Thomas WILSON, bachelor, of Highbuston in the parish of Warkworth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1796/A88   16 December 1796
administration bond, penal sum £280; George ADAMSON, master mariner, bachelor, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A89   26 November 1796
administration bond, penal sum £300; Margaret SIMMONS, of Sherriff Hill in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A90/1   15 November 1796
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Richard WARE, master mariner, of Westoe in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A90/2-3   14 November 1796
commission; Richard WARE, master mariner, of Westoe in the county of Durham
commission to Richard Wallis, John Hampson, and Charles Charleton, clerks, to administer an oath, execute a bond and grant administration to Mary Ware, relict; executed by Charles Charleton, 15 Nov 1796
DPRI/3/1796/A90/4-5   2 June 1798
act of court; Richard WARE, master mariner, of Westoe in the county of Durham
act of court nullifying first grant of administration of 15 Nov 1796, due to discovery of a will, and granting administration to Mary Paxton, formerly Ware and Briscoe
DPRI/3/1796/A90/6   15 November 1796
grant of administration; Richard WARE, master mariner, of Westoe in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A91   29 November 1796
administration bond, penal sum £15; John GRAY, mariner, bachelor, heretofore of North Shields in the county of Northumberland, but late on board the Lady Taylor a transport in the West Indies
DPRI/3/1796/A92   28 November 1796
administration bond, penal sum £187; William PATTISON, yeoman, of Hamsterly in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A93   20 December 1796
administration bond, penal sum £190; Thomas FORREST, joiner, cabinet-maker, bachelor, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1796/A94   23 December 1796
administration bond, penal sum £21,000; Jonathan AIREY, hoastman, widower, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
with reference to grant of administration by decree of court
DPRI/3/1796/A95   24 December 1796
administration bond, penal sum £100; Michael PENNEY, yeoman, of West Rainton in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/A96   26 December 1796
administration bond, penal sum £100; John BALES, miner, of Alstone in the county of Cumberland
Will bonds 1796
Reference: DPRI/3/1796/T
DPRI/3/1796/T1   13 January 1796
will bond, penal sum £1,000; Elizabeth MARSHALL, widow, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the residuary legatee, the executor having died
DPRI/3/1796/T2/1   13 January 1796
will bond, penal sum £1,000; John HARRISON, gentleman, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted, the named executor having renounced, and the widow of the deceased having died
DPRI/3/1796/T2/2-3   13 January 1796
renunciation; John HARRISON, gentleman, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/T3   28 January 1796
will bond, penal sum £500; Elizabeth LEIGHTON, spinster, formerly of Hartlepool, late of New Elvett in or near the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/T4/1   23 February 1796
will bond, penal sum £400; Margaret STEEL, widow of John Steel senior, mariner, widow, of Cullercoats in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Robert Burt, nephew and legatee, there being no executor or residuary legatee named
DPRI/3/1796/T4/2   19 February 1796
letter of request; Margaret STEEL, widow of John Steel senior, mariner, widow, of Cullercoats in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1796/T5   11 March 1796
will bond, penal sum £300; Henry PEARSON, yeoman, of Painshaw in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted, there being no executor or residuary legatee named in the will
DPRI/3/1796/T6/1   6 April 1794
will bond, penal sum £3,900; John POTTER, yeoman, of late of Eshott Brocks in the parish of Felton inthe county of Northumberland. Died 29 October 1791
DPRI/3/1796/T6/2-4   28 March 1796
renunciation; John POTTER, yeoman, of late of Eshott Brocks in the parish of Felton inthe county of Northumberland. Died 29 October 1791
DPRI/3/1796/T7   4 April 1796
will bond, penal sum £1,000; Thomas FORSTER, gentleman, of Lucker in the parish of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to the residuary legatee, the executor having died before having proved the will
DPRI/3/1796/T8   10 May 1796
will bond, penal sum £100; Robert POTTS, blacksmith, yeoman, of Bedlington in the county of Durham [North Durham]
administration with the will annexed granted to the executor of the will of the widow who is the also the residuary legatee of the deceased
DPRI/3/1796/T9   13 May 1796
will bond, penal sum £160; Joseph MADDESON, yeoman, of Billingham in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the executor and universal legatee of the will of his brother Robert Maddeson who died before proving the will of the deceased
DPRI/3/1796/T10/1   14 May 1796
will bond, penal sum £200; Elizabeth RICHARDSON, widow, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to the only surviving next of kin and administrator of the deceased, the others having renounced
DPRI/3/1796/T10/2-3   1 August 1794
renunciation; Elizabeth RICHARDSON, widow, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1796/T10/4-5   6 May 1796
letter of request; Elizabeth RICHARDSON, widow, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
to the court of the Bishop of York
DPRI/3/1796/T10/6   14 May 1796
certificate of oath; Elizabeth RICHARDSON, widow, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1796/T10/7   7 May 1796
authority to administer oath; Elizabeth RICHARDSON, widow, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
authority from the commissary of York perogative court to a surrogate within the diocese
DPRI/3/1796/T11/1   8 June 1796
will bond, penal sum £300; Robert WALLER, carpenter, of parish of St. Pauls Shadwell and county of Middlesex
DPRI/3/1796/T11/2-3   31 May 1796
renunciation; Robert WALLER, carpenter, of parish of St. Pauls Shadwell and county of Middlesex
DPRI/3/1796/T12   11 June 1796
will bond, penal sum £39; William SHEPHERD, mariner, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham. Died 23 May 1796
DPRI/3/1796/T13/1-4   17 August 1796
will bond, penal sum £30; Right Honourable Lord John GRAY, trustee for the earl of Strathmore's children, of Kinfawns
No executor having been named in the will, administration with the will annexed granted to the surviving universal legatees, limited to the property of Willington Hall and other properties in Willington, Willington Moor, Spenny Moor, Tudhoe,Great Lumley, Haswell on the Hill, Helmington Row in the parish of Brancepeth, Billy Hall and Billy Row, High Bitchburn, Blackley Hill, the city of Durham, East Rainton; related to the marriage settlement of the John, Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorn to Mary Eleanor Bowes, dated 7 Oct 1766. Administration granted, 27 Aug 1796.
DPRI/3/1796/T13/5-7   19 August 1796
certificate of oath; Right Honourable Lord John GRAY, trustee for the earl of Strathmore's children, of Kinfawns
reply from London to Durham; administrators sworn, 17 and 18 Aug 1796
DPRI/3/1796/T13/8   6 July 1796
letter of request; Right Honourable Lord John GRAY, trustee for the earl of Strathmore's children, of Kinfawns
letter of request from Durham to London
DPRI/3/1796/T14/1   8 September 1796
will bond, penal sum £500; William MOWBRAY, merchant, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham
administration granted to the universal legatee the named executors having renounced
DPRI/3/1796/T14/2-3   30 August 1796
renunciation; William MOWBRAY, merchant, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/T15   1 October 1796
will bond, penal sum £5,000; George REED, gentleman, of South Middleton in the parish of Ilderton inthe county of Northumberland. Died 6 June 1796
administration granted to the residuary legatees, no executor having been named
DPRI/3/1796/T16/1   14 October 1796
will bond, penal sum £5,000; Margaret CUTHBERT, spinster, of Old Elvet in the parish of Saint Oswald near the city of Durham in the county of Durham
administration granted to the wife of the residuary legatee named in the will and codicil, the executor named having renounced
DPRI/3/1796/T16/2-4   13 October 1796
renunciation; Margaret CUTHBERT, spinster, of Old Elvet in the parish of Saint Oswald near the city of Durham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1796/T17   14 October 1796
will bond, penal sum £700; Thomas KIDSON, gentleman, of Monk Wearmouth Shore in the county of Durham
administration granted to the widow and administratrix of the principal creditor, the sole executor having survived the testator and since died without proving the will
Administration bonds 1797
Reference: DPRI/3/1797/A
DPRI/3/1797/A1   11 January 1797
administration bond, penal sum £300; John HARLE, formerly of North Shields in the county of Northumberland, late master of the ship Mary at port Royal Jamaica
DPRI/3/1797/A2   17 January 1797
administration bond, penal sum £80; John COWPER, of Loning-Head in the chapelry of Garrigill and county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1797/A3   17 January 1797
administration bond, penal sum £100; John BRODERICK, chief mate of [H.M.T.] the Beckford, mariner, [royal navy] chief mate, bachelor, heretofore of North Shields in the county of Northumberland, but late on board the Beckford now in his Majestys Transport Service
DPRI/3/1797/A4   24 January 1797
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas WALTON, spirit-merchant, of the Close in the parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
Administration granted by decree of court to Thomas Walton and John Fish, creditors
DPRI/3/1797/A5   31 January 1797
administration bond, penal sum £180; John HUNTER, master mariner, of Stockton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1797/A6   1 February 1797
administration bond, penal sum £200; William THOMPSON, yeoman, of Deanry in the parish of St Andrew Auckland
DPRI/3/1797/A7   8 February 1797
administration bond, penal sum £500; Albany BAKER, gentleman, of Fatfield in the parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1797/A8   8 February 1797
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; George MARR, butcher, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1797/A9   16 February 1797
administration bond, penal sum £400; Margaret FORSTER, minor, spinster, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1797/A10   20 February 1797
administration bond, penal sum £160; Cuthbert ROBINSON, stonemason, widower, of Chapelry of St John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1797/A11   20 February 1797
administration bond, penal sum £39; Thomas Harman WEATHERSTON, seaman, bachelor, Formely of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland, but late on boad the Hardy a transport in the service of his majesty
DPRI/3/1797/A12   3 March 1797
administration bond, penal sum £500; Humphrey COOK, yeoman, of Bothall Park in the parish of Bothall in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1797/A13   4 March 1797
administration bond, penal sum £500; Sarah LINTON, widow, of the Isle in the parish of Sedgefield
DPRI/3/1797/A14   25 February 1797
administration bond, penal sum £500; Robert STRAKER, yeoman, of the Brocks in the parish of Bothall in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1797/A15   7 March 1797
administration bond, penal sum £100; Robert CARR, carpenter, bachelor, formerly of Holland side in the parish of Whickham in the county of Durham, but late on board the Britannia a transport in the service of his majesty
DPRI/3/1797/A16   1 March 1797
administration bond, penal sum £150; Robert STOKELL, master mariner, widower, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1797/A17   3 March 1797
administration bond, penal sum £500; William CASTLES, gentleman, widower, of Stockton upon Tees in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1797/A18   18 March 1797
administration bond, penal sum £120; Elizabeth DAVISON, minor, spinster, of Millburn Moor House in the parish of Ponteland in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1797/A19   31 March 1797
administration bond, penal sum £39; Thomas BOWARD, mariner, bachelor, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1797/A20   25 March 1797
administration bond, penal sum £39; Margaret HOUSTON, widow, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1797/A21   7 April 1797
administration bond, penal sum £120; Eleanor HAVERY, nee Muris, of Chapelry of Kyloe in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1797/A22   13 April 1797
administration bond, penal sum £39; Thomas FORSTER, joiner, cabinet-maker, of parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1797/A23   21 April 1797
administration bond, penal sum £85; James DOWIE, mate of the Colin Aboyne, [mariner] mate, formerly of Newburgh in the county of Fife in North Britain, late on board the merchant ship Colin Aboyne of the port of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1797/A24   22 April 1797
administration bond, penal sum £190; George CARR, tailor, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1797/A25   22 April 1797
administration bond, penal sum £100; Robert LAING, gentleman, heretofore of Birdhope Craig, but late of Sills in the parish of Elsdon in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1797/A26   28 April 1797
administration bond, penal sum £500; Isabel HARRISON, widow, of Shotton in the parish of Easington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1797/A27   28 April 1797
administration bond, penal sum £500; Mary HARRISON, spinster, of Shotton in the parish of Easington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1797/A28   9 May 1797
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Cuthbert GREENWELL, ironmonger, hardwareman, of parish of St Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1797/A29   10 May 1797
administration bond, penal sum £199; David RICHARDSON, yeoman, of parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1797/A30   22 May 1797
administration bond, penal sum £180; David HEARSLEY, surgeon, of Sedgefield in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1797/A31   14 November 1796
administration bond, penal sum £9; Jane HANNAH, nee Hedley, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
with memoranda relating that: (1) administration was granted to Leah Hall of Swalwell, widow, 16 Nov 1796; (2) administration dated 1 June 1797
DPRI/3/1797/A32/1-3   12 May 1797
administration bond, penal sum £9; Henry HARPER, gentleman, of Lincolns Inn London
grant of administration limited to the intestate's interest in property in the parish of Brancepeth
DPRI/3/1797/A33   19 May 1797
administration bond, penal sum £150; John JOHNSON, yeoman, bachelor, of 1797.Johnson.1
DPRI/3/1797/A34   20 May 1797
administration bond, penal sum £29; James KIRTLEY, carpenter, bachelor, formerly ofSouth Shields, late on board the Loyal Briton
DPRI/3/1797/A35/1   29 May 1797
administration bond, penal sum £300; John ATKINSON, block-maker, of late of the parish of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Duham. Died 17 May 1797
DPRI/3/1797/A35/2-4   20 May 1797
renunciation; John ATKINSON, block-maker, of late of the parish of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Duham. Died 17 May 1797
with memorandum relating that the proxy was exhibited, monition returned, and administration granted, 26 May 1797
DPRI/3/1797/A36   25 May 1797
administration bond, penal sum £199; Charles BIRBECK, on board H.M.S. Zebra, [royal navy] mariner, bachelor, formerly of Cockerton in the parish of Darlington in the county of Durham, late on board his Majesty's ship Zebra
DPRI/3/1797/A37   5 May 1797
administration bond, penal sum £45; John MANNERS, on board H.M.S. Medusa, [royal navy] seaman, bachelor, formerly of Bewcastle Chase in the chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne, late on board his Majesty's ship Medusa
DPRI/3/1797/A38/1   22 May 1797
administration bond, penal sum £8,000; Thomas PITTILOH, customs officer, gentleman, of Gateshead
DPRI/3/1797/A38/2-3   15 May 1797
renunciation; Thomas PITTILOH, customs officer, gentleman, of Gateshead
with memorandum relating that the proxy of renunciation was exhibited and administration was granted 16 May 1797
DPRI/3/1797/A39   5 May 1797
administration bond, penal sum £39; John WILSON, on board H.M.S. Medusa, [royal navy] seaman, bachelor, formerly of Stockbridge in the chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne, late on board his Majesty's ship Medusa
DPRI/3/1797/A40/1   7 June 1797
administration bond, penal sum £1,300; James BAILLIE, master mariner, of the vessel Mary and Elizabeth of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1797/A40/2-3   5 June 1797
letter of attorney, 7 June 1797; James BAILLIE, master mariner, of the vessel Mary and Elizabeth of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1797/A41   8 June 1797
administration bond, penal sum £500; William HEPPEL, yeoman, of Westbitchfield within the parish of Stamfordham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1797/A42   5 June 1797
administration bond, penal sum £500; Robert GREY, the younger, mariner, of Alemouth in the parish of Lesbury in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1797/A43   8 June 1797
administration bond, penal sum £500; Margaret DOBSON, widow, of Henton in the chapelry of Gosforth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1797/A44   10 August 1797
administration bond, penal sum £120; John DRYDEN, yeoman, bachelor, of heretofor of Gould Square, Crutched Fryers, London but late of Castle Eden in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1797/A45   23 May 1797
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Alexander PURVIS, gentleman, of New Etal in the parish of Ford in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1797/A46   19 June 1797
administration bond, penal sum £100; Walter GUTTERSON, minor, bachelor, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1797/A47   24 June 1797
administration bond, penal sum £200; William HAIR, gentleman, widower, of East Sleekburn in the parish of Bedlington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1797/A48   26 June 1797
administration bond, penal sum £300; Thomas RICHARDSON, flour dealer, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1797/A49   24 June 1797
administration bond, penal sum £30; John HALL, miller, bachelor, of Bishop Wearmouth Mill in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1797/A50   26 June 1797
administration bond, penal sum £39; Gilbert GIBSON, mariner, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of durham
DPRI/3/1797/A51   8 June 1797
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Anthony HARRISON, master mariner, of South Shields within the chapelry of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1797/A52   30 June 1797
administration bond, penal sum £39; Jane LOCKSMITH, widow, heretofor the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham, but late of New York, North America
DPRI/3/1797/A53   30 June 1797
administration bond, penal sum £150; William WOOD, block-maker, mast-maker, bachelor, of the island of Jamaica
DPRI/3/1797/A54   5 July 1797
administration bond, penal sum £500; Thomas HITCHEN, agent, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1797/A55/1   4 July 1797
administration bond, penal sum £500; George HINDHAUGH, bastard, bachelor, of Rothbury in the county of Northumberland. Died October 1795
administration granted to John Hindhaugh, attorney, for the use of the Duke of Northumberland, lord of the manor
DPRI/3/1797/A55/2-3   30 June 1794
commission, 30 June 1797; George HINDHAUGH, bastard, bachelor, of Rothbury in the county of Northumberland. Died October 1795
commission to John Johnson and Andrew Bowlt, clerks, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to John Hindhaugh; commission executed by Johnson, 4 July 1797
DPRI/3/1797/A55/4   22 June 1797
monition; George HINDHAUGH, bastard, bachelor, of Rothbury in the county of Northumberland. Died October 1795
executed 25 June 1797 at Rothbury
DPRI/3/1797/A55/5-6   10 June 1797
power of attorney, 10 June 1797; George HINDHAUGH, bastard, bachelor, of Rothbury in the county of Northumberland. Died October 1795
DPRI/3/1797/A56   7 July 1797
administration bond, penal sum £180; Joshua ASHTON, ship-owner, of parish of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1797/A57   3 July 1797
administration bond, penal sum £800; Thomas BENSON, yeoman, bachelor, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1797/A58   1 July 1797
administration bond, penal sum £54; Joseph HEAVISIDES, mariner, bachelor, of late of the island of Saint Lucia in the West Indies
DPRI/3/1797/A59   27 June 1797
administration bond, penal sum £40; Richard MEEK, mariner, bachelor, of Stockton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1797/A60/1-4   25 July 1797
administration bond, penal sum £50; Joseph SAINT, gentleman, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to Cha. Bell limited to the intestate's interest in priperty in Slaley
DPRI/3/1797/A61   24 July 1797
administration bond, penal sum £800; John DAKER, master builder, of Fatfield in the parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1797/A62   4 August 1797
administration bond, penal sum £30; Thomas DAWSON, pitman, of Penshaw in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of durham
DPRI/3/1797/A63   5 August 1797
administration bond, penal sum £800; Jasper ANDERSON, grocer, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1797/A64   21 August 1797
administration bond, penal sum £150; John RENWICK, minor, bachelor, of Garrigill Gate in the chapelry of Garrigill in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1797/A65/1   2 September 1797
administration bond, penal sum £300; John WHEELER, minor canon of Durham cathedral, clerk, of chapelry of Saint Margaret near the city of Durham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1797/A65/2   23 August 1794
act of court; John WHEELER, minor canon of Durham cathedral, clerk, of chapelry of Saint Margaret near the city of Durham in the county of Durham
act of court nullifying the first grant of administration
DPRI/3/1797/A65/3   23 August 1794
administration bond, penal sum £39; John WHEELER, minor canon of Durham cathedral, clerk, of chapelry of Saint Margaret near the city of Durham in the county of Durham
[later nullified]
DPRI/3/1797/A66   28 August 1797
administration bond, penal sum £1,060; Matthew HINDMARSH, butcher, bachelor, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1797/A67   6 September 1797
administration bond, penal sum £5,000; Robert ATKINSON, pawnbroker, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
administration granted to Barbara Atkinson, relict
DPRI/3/1797/A68   9 September 1797
administration bond, penal sum £30; Joseph MILLER, [army] private, bachelor, of Royal Hospital of Chelsea in the county of Middlesex
DPRI/3/1797/A69/1   14 September 1797
administration bond, penal sum £600; John COATES, bachelor, of Mont-Real in North America
DPRI/3/1797/A69/2   8 September 1797
letter of request, 8 September 1797; John COATES, bachelor, of Mont-Real in North America
request to the Bishop of Winchester
DPRI/3/1797/A69/3-5   15 September 1797
certificate of oath, 15 September 1797; John COATES, bachelor, of Mont-Real in North America
DPRI/3/1797/A70   15 September 1797
administration bond, penal sum £100; William DENT, painter, glazier, of Sunderland near the sea
DPRI/3/1797/A71   30 June 1797
administration bond, penal sum £39; Gabriel SELBY, esquire, of Paston in the parish of Kirknewton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1797/A72   4 October 1797
administration bond, penal sum £39; James ALLEN, weaver, of formerly of the parish of Saint Oswald in the city of Durham but late of Hilsey Barracks near Portsmouth in the county of Southampton
DPRI/3/1797/A73   6 October 1797
administration bond, penal sum £700; William SCAFE, gentleman, bachelor, of Medomsley in the chapelry of Medomsley in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1797/A74   13 October 1797
administration bond, penal sum £120; John RAW, yeoman, of Conset Park in the parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1797/A75   16 October 1797
administration bond, penal sum £500; Robert LYNN, coal-fitter, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1797/A76   27 October 1797
administration bond, penal sum £130; John WHARTON, yeoman, of Bolam in the parish of Gainford in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1797/A77   2 November 1797
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Henry TOMLIN, farmer, bachelor, of Shawdon Buildings in the parish of Whittingham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1797/A78   7 November 1797
administration bond, penal sum £160; John PATTERSON, weaver, bachelor, of Acton in the parish of Felton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1797/A79   4 November 1797
administration bond, penal sum £100; Edward MARKS, master mariner, bachelor, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1797/A80/1-3   10 November 1797
administration bond, penal sum £9; John WESTON, of Panton Street, Westminster
grant of administration to James Davison limited to the intestate's interest in waterworks in Newcastle, the first administrator having died leaving the (limited) estate unadministered; see 8 Aug 1763 Act of Court for first (limited) grant of administration to John Whitaker
DPRI/3/1797/A81   16 November 1797
administration bond, penal sum £19; George PEARSON, butcher, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1797/A82   23 November 1797
administration bond, penal sum £117; Richard HETT, master mariner, of Stockton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1797/A83   24 November 1797
administration bond, penal sum £500; Richard BOLD, potter, of newbottle in the parish of Houghton le Spring
DPRI/3/1797/A84   24 November 1797
administration bond, penal sum £180; Robert Ilderton PATRICK, surgeon, formerly of the city of Durham, but late hospital mate at Saint Pierre's Martinique in the West Indies
DPRI/3/1797/A85   10 November 1797
administration bond, penal sum £250; John BARRAS, farmer, of chapelry of Medomsley in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1797/A86   27 November 1797
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert PIGG, farmer, bachelor, of Monkseaton in the parish of Tynemouth
DPRI/3/1797/A87   28 November 1797
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Mary SKIPSEY, late Goodchild, of Elstob House, Ryhope in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1797/A88   4 December 1797
administration bond, penal sum £39; John BLACKETT, mariner, bachelor, formerly of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham, but late on board the Mary Ann of London a transport in the West Indies
DPRI/3/1797/A89   15 December 1797
administration bond, penal sum £180; Martin STEPHENSON, butcher, bachelor, of Hartley in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1797/A90   18 December 1797
administration bond, penal sum £160; Isabella LEWIS, spinster, of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1797/A91   20 December 1797
administration bond, penal sum £9; Mary SHINER, heretofore Mary Gray widow, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
see also 1797.Gray.1
DPRI/3/1797/A92   16 December 1797
administration bond, penal sum £160; John MOOR, yeoman, of the Barnes in the parish of Knarsdale in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1797/A93   22 December 1797
administration bond, penal sum £160; Thomas GRAY, flint-glass maker, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to Christopher Shiner the widower of the relict who left the estate of her previous husband unadministered. See 1797.Shiner.1
DPRI/3/1797/A94   19 December 1797
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Michael GARTHORN, yeoman, of Hamsterly in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1797/A95   23 December 1797
administration bond, penal sum £1,400; James WEDDLE, yeoman, bachelor, of Longhoughton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1797/A96   26 December 1797
administration bond, penal sum £39; Ann WATSON, spinster, of Garragill in the chapelry of Garragill
DPRI/3/1797/A97   8 December 1797
administration bond, penal sum £199; John DOWNEY, mariner, of Monkwearmouth shore in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1797/A98   29 December 1797
administration bond, penal sum £150; John SANDERSON, cordwainer, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1797/A99
administration bond, penal sum £899; John POTTER, hardwareman, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth
Will bonds 1797
Reference: DPRI/3/1797/T
DPRI/3/1797/T1   23 January 1797
will bond, penal sum £1,000; John LUMLEY, farmer, yeoman, of Dilston in the parish of Corbridge and county of Northumberland
Bond taken out by sons and legatees substituted in will, following death of widow and sole executrix
DPRI/3/1797/T2   15 February 1797
will bond, penal sum £500; William ALLEN, pawnbroker, widower, 7 Durham Goal [Gaol], late of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
administration granted with will annexed, because original will names no executor or residuary legatee
DPRI/3/1797/T3/1   18 February 1797
will bond, penal sum £1,000; William IRVINE, innkeeper, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1797/T4/1-4   26 May 1797
will bond, penal sum £9; Joseph HALL, gentleman, of Crosgate nigh the city of Durham in the county of Durham
administration of the goods left unadministered by Frances Hall, sole executrix and relict of testator (now deceased intestate), granted with the will annexed to Simon Haw, limited to the testators interest in property at Aycliffe (will originally proved by Frances Hall 15 April 1702)
DPRI/3/1797/T5/1-4   12 May 1797
will bond; James DAVISON, esquire, of NorthBiddick in the county of Durham
administration of the goods left unadministered by Margaret Davison, daughter and co-executor of testator (now deceased intestate), granted with the will annexed to Henry Mills, limited to testators interest in property at Quarry Hill, Brancepeth (original will proved 25 April 1755)
DPRI/3/1797/T6   9 June 1797
will bond, penal sum £100; Elizabeth REED, widow, of Corbridge in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to residuary legatee following death of executor named in original will
DPRI/3/1797/T7/1   13 June 1797
will bond, penal sum £12,000; Robert RAYNE, merchant, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 13 November 1796
administration granted with the will annexed to John Rayne, son and residuary co-legatee of the testator, following the renunciation of executors and other residuary co-legatees
DPRI/3/1797/T7/2-4   29 May 1797
renunciation; Robert RAYNE, merchant, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 13 November 1796
executors renounce due to doubtful validity of the will
DPRI/3/1797/T7/5-7   31 May 1797
proxy of acknowledgement and consent; Robert RAYNE, merchant, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 13 November 1796
proxy of acknowledgement of the relict of the testator as to the validity of the will, (renouncing administration) and nominating John Rayne her son to take out administration
DPRI/3/1797/T7/8-10   31 May 1797
proxy of curation with acceptance; Robert RAYNE, merchant, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died 13 November 1796
proxy of Robert Rayne, son and residuary co-legatee of the testator and a minor, electing his mother as guardian for her to acknowledge the validity of the will and renounce administration, and consenting that his brother take out administration; subscribed with the acceptance of guardianship by his mother
DPRI/3/1797/T8   5 July 1797
will bond, penal sum £100; Barbara FORSTER, widow, of parish of Stannington in thecounty of Northumberland
administration with will annexed granted to the sole surviving legatee becuse original will names no executor
DPRI/3/1797/T9   16 September 1797
will bond, penal sum £180; James TROLLOP, alias Trobe, yeoman, of Long Dike in the parish of Shilbottle in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1797/T10/1   26 October 1797
will bond, penal sum £1,600; Thomas AYRE, gentleman, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1797/T10/2-4   26 October 1797
renunciation; Thomas AYRE, gentleman, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
renunciaton by executors of both execution and of administration with will annexed in favour of residual legatee
DPRI/3/1797/T11   27 November 1797
will bond, penal sum £250; Matthew WOODHOUSE, master mariner, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1797/T12   2 December 1797
will bond, penal sum £400; Frances RUDMAN, widow, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted, with the two testamentary schedules annexed, by decree of court to Nicholas Hall, principal creditor
Administration bonds 1798
Reference: DPRI/3/1798/A
DPRI/3/1798/A1   10 January 1798
administration bond, penal sum £500; Henry RICHARDSON, linen-draper, woollen-draper, of Whittingham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1798/A2   15 January 1798
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Jacob HALL, hatter, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1798/A3   17 January 1798
administration bond, penal sum £30; Charles ADDIE, master mariner, of Sunderland
DPRI/3/1798/A4   18 January 1798
administration bond, penal sum £35; George SCOTT, gentleman, of Old Elvet in the parish of Saint Oswald in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/A5/1-2   25 January 1798
administration bond, penal sum £80; James ELLOT, miller, of Brady Burn in the parish of Wolsingham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/A6   10 January 1798
letter of request; John YELLOLY, gentleman, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
letter of request from the Bishop of Durham to the Bishop of Rochester, with certificate of oath
DPRI/3/1798/A7/1-2   3 February 1798
administration bond, penal sum £130; Jane CRAWFORD, of Newton Bewley in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/A8   19 February 1798
administration bond, penal sum £2,200; Edward COULSON, yeoman, of Gosforth Moorhouse in the chapelry of Gosforth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1798/A9   27 February 1798
administration bond, penal sum £500; William Thomas MILLNER, gentleman, bachelor, of Barnes in the chapelry of Saint Hilda South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/A10   5 March 1798
administration bond, penal sum £190; Joseph RICHARDSON, merchant, of Haydon in the chapelry of Haydon in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1798/A11/1   16 March 1798
administration bond, penal sum £150; Charles ADIE, master mariner, of Sunderland
DPRI/3/1798/A11/2-3   2 March 1798
act of court; Charles ADIE, master mariner, of Sunderland
first grant of administration nullified due to bigamy
DPRI/3/1798/A12/1   14 March 1798
administration bond, penal sum £600; Wiliam TAWS, mariner, widower, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1798/A12/2   14 March 1798
affidavit; Wiliam TAWS, mariner, widower, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1798/A13   26 March 1798
administration bond, penal sum £500; John GILHESPY, yeoman, of Westhartford in the chaplency of Horton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1798/A14   29 March 1798
administration bond, penal sum £1,500; Margaret BYERS, widow, of Tunstale in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/A15   2 April 1798
administration bond, penal sum £150; Mary BELL, spinster, of Parish of Saint Gyles in or near the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/A16   9 April 1798
administration bond, penal sum £550; John ATKINSON, miner, of Blagill in the parish of Alston in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1798/A17   9 April 1798
administration bond, penal sum £39; Joseph WHITFIELD, miner, of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1798/A18   16 April 1798
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Margaret FARRINGTON, spinster, of Mill Bank in the chapelry of Lamesley in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/A19   16 April 1798
administration bond, penal sum £700; Thomas SWAN, farmer, of Old Walker in the parish of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1798/A20   23 April 1798
administration bond, penal sum £150; Thomas CUMINGS, mariner, bachelor, heretofore of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne, late of Jamaica in the West indies
DPRI/3/1798/A21/1-2   17 April 1798
administration bond, penal sum £36; John SPARK, innkeeper, of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1798/A22   1 May 1798
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Katharine WILLIS, spinster, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1798/A23   23 April 1798
administration bond, penal sum £500; Bartholomew HUDSON, gentleman, bachelor, of Winlaton in the parish of Ryton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/A24   4 May 1798
administration bond, penal sum £1,800; William SMITH, master mariner, of Stockton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/A25   17 May 1798
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Isabel ARMSTRONG, widow, of Ryton in the parish of Ryton
DPRI/3/1798/A26   11 May 1798
administration bond, penal sum £300; John WALTON, yeoman, of Knarsdale in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1798/A27/1-3   5 May 1798
administration bond, penal sum £9; James THOMPSON, yeoman, of parish of Elwick in the county of Durham
grant of administration limited to the intestate's interest in property in Sedgefield
DPRI/3/1798/A28   19 May 1798
administration bond, penal sum £500; Joshua GREENWELL, esquire, of Chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle
DPRI/3/1798/A29   19 May 1798
administration bond, penal sum £150; Robert GREENWELL, bachelor, of parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1798/A30/1   18 May 1798
administration bond, penal sum £1,800; Margaret THORNTON, spinster, of Netherwitton in the parish of Hartburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1798/A30/2-3   17 April 1798
renunciation; Margaret THORNTON, spinster, of Netherwitton in the parish of Hartburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1798/A31   19 May 1798
administration bond, penal sum £1,500; William WALES, gentleman, of Bradley in the parish of Wolsingham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/A32   23 January 1798
administration bond, penal sum £500; James WINTERBOTTOM, surgeon, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/A33/1-4   15 May 1798
administration bond, penal sum £9; John JACKSON, yeoman, heretofore of Trimdon, late of Cassop in the parish of Kelloe in the county of Durham
grant of administration limited to the intestate's interest in land at Trimdon.
DPRI/3/1798/A34/1-2   29 May 1798
administration bond, penal sum £40; David POTTER, of Cockerton in the parish of Darlington
DPRI/3/1798/A35   28 May 1798
administration bond, penal sum £300; Edward WAUGH, shoemaker, heretofore of Hexham in the county of Northumberland, late of Charles Town North Carolina
DPRI/3/1798/A36   28 May 1798
administration bond, penal sum £100; Alexander MURRAY, baker, of South Shields in the county and diocese ofDurham
DPRI/3/1798/A37   1 June 1798
administration bond, penal sum £100; John BATEY, miner, of Alston in the parish of Alston
DPRI/3/1798/A38   2 June 1798
administration bond, penal sum £150; Thomas BAINS, blacksmith, of Ousterly
DPRI/3/1798/A39   1 June 1798
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert NESBITT, yeoman, widower, of Cold-Martin in the parish of Chatton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1798/A40   16 June 1798
administration bond, penal sum £39; Matthew GILPATRICK, innkeeper, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1798/A41   23 June 1798
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; John HEIGHINGTON, gentleman, bachelor, of parish of Sedgefield in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/A42   2 July 1798
administration bond, penal sum £1,300; Edward WHITE, gentleman, of Henknowle in the parish of Saint Andrew Auckland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/A43   3 July 1798
administration bond, penal sum £500; Elizabeth LENDRETH, widow, of chapelry of Tweedmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/A44   7 July 1798
administration bond, penal sum £400; Joseph WEDDERBURN, engine-wright, of Scotchwood in the parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1798/A45/1-2   12 July 1798
administration bond, penal sum £60; William HOARE, mariner, bachelor, of Stockton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/A46/1-2   5 July 1798
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; John GARTHORN, yeoman, of Hampsterly in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/A47/1-2   24 July 1798
administration bond, penal sum £160; George WESTGARTH, butcher, widower, of town and parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/A48   23 July 1798
administration bond, penal sum £600; John MOSES, yeoman, of Redheugh in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/A49   7 July 1798
administration bond, penal sum £500; James NICHOLSON, farmer, widower, of Shafto Grange in the parish of Hartburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1798/A50/1-2   8 August 1798
administration bond, penal sum £100; John RAIN, the younger, lead-ore carrier, of Mellonbury
DPRI/3/1798/A51   15 August 1798
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas MILLS, yeoman, of Howtle in the parish of Kirknewton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1798/A52   31 August 1798
administration bond, penal sum £300; Thomas PLUMMER, grocer, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/A53   13 August 1798
administration bond, penal sum £180; David DONKIN, mariner, bachelor, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/A54   31 July 1798
administration bond, penal sum £180; William WEBSTER, master mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/A55   8 August 1798
administration bond, penal sum £39; James SMITH, millwright, of Ray in the parish of Kirkwhelpington in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1798/A56   7 September 1798
administration bond, penal sum £30; William PUNSHON, engine-wright, of Collierley Dykes in the parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/A57/1   7 September 1798
administration bond, penal sum £500; John WILDE, gentleman, bachelor, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/A57/2-3   30 August 1798
copy act of court; John WILDE, gentleman, bachelor, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the city of Durham
Relating to surrender of previous administration, granted to creditors on 22.2.1794, to be re-granted to next of kin
DPRI/3/1798/A58   8 September 1798
administration bond, penal sum £300; Christopher NESHAM, esquire, of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/A59   22 September 1798
administration bond, penal sum £500; Thomas HORNBY, clerk, bachelor, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1798/A60   18 September 1798
administration bond, penal sum £500; Jane MOFFITT, widow, of Holy Island in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/A61   25 September 1798
administration bond, penal sum £180; George NAISBITT, linen-draper, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/A62   25 September 1798
administration bond, penal sum £180; John REED, shopkeeper, of parish of Saint Nicholas
DPRI/3/1798/A63/1-4   31 August 1798
administration bond, penal sum £9; Samuel NICHOLSON, doctor of physic, of Stockton in the county of Durham
grant of administration limited to the intestate's interest in property in Morton, County Durham
DPRI/3/1798/A64   1 October 1798
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas SIMPSON, bachelor, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/A65   9 October 1798
administration bond, penal sum £38; William CLEUGH, bachelor, heretofore of Hepscott in the county of Northumberland, late of the chapelry of SaintJohn in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1798/A66   20 October 1798
administration bond, penal sum £50; Robert HASWELL, carpenter, bachelor, of late belonging to the merchant ship and letter of marque Jane and Mary of London
DPRI/3/1798/A67   25 October 1798
administration bond, penal sum £160; Roger BROWN, yeoman, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1798/A68   8 November 1798
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; Margaret FARRINGTON, spinster, of Mil Bank within the chapelry of Lamesly in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/A69   17 November 1798
administration bond, penal sum £25; Robert WILKINSON, mariner, bachelor, late on board the merchant ship Rebecca, but in the isand of Jamaica
DPRI/3/1798/A70   4 December 1798
administration bond, penal sum £600; Oliver LANDRETH, bachelor, of East Ord in the chapelry of Tweedmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/A71   30 November 1798
administration bond, penal sum £500; Eleanore FINNAN, nee Landell, late of Kingston in the island of Jamaica, parish of Saint Nicholas in the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/A72/1-2   11 December 1798
administration bond, penal sum £9; Jonathan ERWIN, miner, of Low Fair Hill in the parish of Alston
DPRI/3/1798/A73   10 December 1798
administration bond, penal sum £150; Henry LATTON, clerk, of parish of Woodhorn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1798/A74   14 December 1798
administration bond, penal sum £500; Mary BURN, spinster, of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/A75   17 December 1798
administration bond, penal sum £180; William GOODSMAN, peruke-maker, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1798/A76   17 December 1798
administration bond, penal sum £400; Andrew WILKINSON, of parish of Norton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/A77   29 December 1798
administration bond, penal sum £5,000; Thomas WALTON, gentleman, bachelor, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1798/A78   8 May 1798
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; William HASSALL, surgeon, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/A79   17 December 1798
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Joseph BERTRAM, yeoman, of North Seaton in the parish of Woodhorn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1798/A80   30 December 1798
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; George YEOMAN, master mariner, bachelor, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham
Will bonds 1798
Reference: DPRI/3/1798/T
DPRI/3/1798/T1/1-3   2 January 1798
renunciation; Jane NEWBY, widow, of East Boldan [or East Bolden] in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/T1/4   2 January 1798
administration bond, penal sum £500; Jane NEWBY, widow, of East Boldan [or East Bolden] in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/T2   18 January 1798
administration bond, penal sum £500; Thomas AUBONE, secretary of the Trinity House, secretary, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted of goods left unadministered, following death of executor named in original will
DPRI/3/1798/T3/1   27 February 1798
will bond, penal sum £3,000; John WIDDRINGTON, esquire, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died November 1797
administration with the will and codicil annexed granted by decree of court to Joseph Cook and David Latimer Tinling, 'specially interested' in the will and codicil
DPRI/3/1798/T3/2-4   8 February 1798
proxy of renunciation; John WIDDRINGTON, esquire, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died November 1797
Proxy exhibited 9 Feb 1798
DPRI/3/1798/T4/1-2   13 February 1798
act of court electing curator and administrator; Alexander LIDDELL, gardener, of Lumley Castle in the parish of Chester-le-Street in the county of Durham . Died April 1790
DPRI/3/1798/T4/3   10 March 1798
administration bond, penal sum £30; Alexander LIDDELL, gardener, of Lumley Castle in the parish of Chester-le-Street in the county of Durham . Died April 1790
DPRI/3/1798/T5   12 March 1798
will bond, penal sum £2,000; Andrew LAWSON, flour merchant, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1798/T6   20 March 1798
will bond, penal sum £600; Eleanor RAINE, widow, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/T7   20 April 1798
will bond, penal sum £160; Elizabeth HEBRON, widow, of Hurworth upon Teese in the county of Durham
administration granted to Mary Appleby, sole executrix of testator and administratrix with the will annexed of George Hebron, whose will was never proved by the testator
DPRI/3/1798/T8/1   25 April 1798
will bond, penal sum £6,000; John CHALLONER, grocer, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1798/T9/1   17 May 1798
will bond, penal sum £3,000; Andrew ARMSTRONG, clerk, of Heddon on the Wall in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1798/T9/2-4   17 May 1794
renunciation; Andrew ARMSTRONG, clerk, of Heddon on the Wall in the county of Northumberland
proxy exhibited, and letters of administraton with the will annexed to be granted to Mary Stowe, 17 May 1798.
DPRI/3/1798/T10   21 July 1798
will bond, penal sum £150; Anthony HALL, miner, of Sidehead in the parish of Stanhope and county of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/T11   27 August 1798
administration bond, penal sum £180; Richard RAIN, innkeeper, of South Shields
administraton granted of goods left unadministered following death of executor named in original will
DPRI/3/1798/T12   20 September 1798
will bond, penal sum £7,000; Matthew FORSTER, esquire, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1798/T13   6 October 1798
will bond, penal sum £150; Elizabeth BURRELL, widow, of Claypath in the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1798/T14   7 November 1798
will bond, penal sum £150; Isaac BOWMAN, gentleman, bachelor, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1798/T15   13 December 1798
administration bond, penal sum £80; Mary HEDLEY, widow, of Birdhopecraig in the parish of Elsdon, county of Northumberland
administration granted to lawful daughter and universal legatee
DPRI/3/1798/T16   31 December 1798
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Edward MITCALFE, gentleman, of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to the natural and lawful daughter and residuary legatee there being no executor named in the will
Administration bonds 1799
Reference: DPRI/3/1799/A
DPRI/3/1799/A1   2 January 1799
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert ROBINSON, mariner, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A2   5 January 1799
administration bond, penal sum £39; James HUDSPETH, mariner, of parish of Sunderland
DPRI/3/1799/A3   14 January 1799
administration bond, penal sum £9; Thomas HARRISON, weaver, widower, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A4   14 January 1794
administration bond, penal sum £150; Sarah HARRISON, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A5   19 January 1799
administration bond, penal sum £150; Thomas DARLING, yeoman, of High Finings in the chapelry of Esh in the countyof Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A6   19 January 1799
administration bond, penal sum £150; Matthew ROBINSON, yeoman, of Hill Top in the chapelry of Esh in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A7   18 January 1799
administration bond, penal sum £100; Thomas ROBINSON, yeoman, of parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A8   21 January 1799
administration bond, penal sum £39; Thomas STOUT, gentleman, of parish of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A9   1 February 1799
administration bond, penal sum £150; George SMITH, yeoman, of Allenshields in the parish of Hunstanworth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A10   31 January 1799
administration bond, penal sum £190; Ralph BOWMAN, yeoman, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1799/A11   15 February 1799
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Jane GREENWELL, widow, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1799/A12
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Moses LAWS, mercer, draper, bachelor, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A13   21 February 1799
administration bond, penal sum £250; Isabella COLMAN, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1799/A14   1 March 1799
administration bond, penal sum £400; John MADDISON, yeoman, of New York in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1799/A15   6 March 1799
administration bond, penal sum £500; John PEART, gentleman, of Wolsingham in the parish of Wolsingham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A16   8 March 1799
administration bond, penal sum £600; Henry RICHARDSON, doctor of medicine, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1799/A17   9 March 1799
administration bond, penal sum £500; Matthew WILKINSON, yeoman, of parish of Wallsend in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1799/A18   7 March 1799
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas REED, miner, of Hawkwellhead in the chapelry of Saint John in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A19   18 March 1799
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Elizabeth HANCILL, nee Cookson, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A20   23 March 1799
administration bond, penal sum £200; Samuel JAMSON, joiner, cabinet-maker, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1799/A21   25 March 1799
administration bond, penal sum £160; Samuel PURVIS, bricklayer, of Belford in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1799/A22   25 March 1799
administration bond, penal sum £15; Michael WARM, drover, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Elizabeth Warm, relict
DPRI/3/1799/A23   17 March 1799
administration bond, penal sum £30; Ralph KELL, yeoman, of Bishop Auckland in the parish of Saint Andrew Auckland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A24   26 March 1799
administration bond, penal sum £500; John SWINBURN, butcher, of chapelry of all Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon tyne
DPRI/3/1799/A25   4 April 1799
administration bond, penal sum £1,700; Lionel FORSTER, gentleman, widower, of Corsenside in the county of Northumberland
endorsed with 2 sureties of bondsmen, and a certificate
DPRI/3/1799/A26   13 April 1799
administration bond, penal sum £500; Robert STEPHENSON, innkeeper, of Gateshead in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A27   11 April 1799
administration bond, penal sum £400; Samuel HALL, clerk, of Chatton in the parish of Chatton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1799/A28   13 April 1799
administration bond, penal sum £160; Christopher WEALLENS, yeoman, bachelor, of Dissington Park Houses in the parish of Newburn
DPRI/3/1799/A29   20 April 1799
administration bond, penal sum £200; David LAW, master mariner, of chapel of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1799/A30   23 April 1799
administration bond, penal sum £400; Martin LAWSON, blacksmith, widower, of Swalwell in the parish of Whickham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A31   22 April 1799
administration bond, penal sum £400; Robert JACKSON, farmer, bachelor, of parish of Whittingham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1799/A32   3 May 1799
administration bond, penal sum £9; Thomas TODD, yeoman, widower, of Great Usworth in the parish of Washington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A33
administration bond, penal sum £500; George CHARLETON, merchant, bachelor, of chapelry of All saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1799/A34   1 May 1799
administration bond, penal sum £500; Joseph LAMB, mariner, bachelor, of North shields in the parish of Tynemouthin the county of Northumberand
DPRI/3/1799/A35
administration bond, penal sum £500; Robert WOOD, bachelor, of Needless Hall in the parish of Hartburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1799/A36   15 May 1799
administration bond, penal sum £500; Dinah JACKSON, widow, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to George Jackson, son and one of the next of kin
DPRI/3/1799/A37   13 May 1794
administration bond, penal sum £300; Margaret GARTHWAITE, of Trimdon
DPRI/3/1799/A38   15 May 1799
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Thomas MILLNER, gentleman, bachelor, of Barnes in the chapelry of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A39   14 May 1799
administration bond, penal sum £30; Jane QUIN, of Doncaster in the county of York
DPRI/3/1799/A40   20 May 1799
administration bond, penal sum £400; Cuthbert PARKINSON, sinker, of Porto Bello in the parish of Chester le Street
DPRI/3/1799/A41   20 May 1799
administration bond, penal sum £80; George BROWNLESS, clock-maker, bachelor, of Staindrop in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A42   21 May 1799
administration bond, penal sum £11,000; John WATSON, esquire, bachelor, of Westoe in the chapelry of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A43   27 May 1799
administration bond, penal sum £300; Joseph FAIRS, sinker, of parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A44   1 June 1799
administration bond, penal sum £313; Robert BRAMWELL, miner, of Dodberry in the chapelry of Garrigil in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1799/A45   9 May 1799
administration bond, penal sum £500; Joseph ATKINSON, of Dunston Square in the parish of Embleton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1799/A46   7 June 1799
administration bond, penal sum £400; Elizabeth DOBSON, widow, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A47   8 June 1799
administration bond, penal sum £30; George SNOWDEN, minor, bachelor, of Newbottle in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A48   8 June 1799
administration bond, penal sum £30; John SNOWDEN, minor, bachelor, of Newbottle
DPRI/3/1799/A49   8 June 1799
administration bond, penal sum £30; Jane SNOWDEN, spinster, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A50   8 June 1799
administration bond, penal sum £30; Ann SNOWDEN, minor, spinster, of Newbottle in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A51   8 June 1799
administration bond, penal sum £39; George WHEATLEY, master of the ship Lambton, master [mariner]
DPRI/3/1799/A52   6 June 1799
administration bond, penal sum £39; George WILKINSON, bachelor, formerly of Hartlepool in the county of Durham, late on board the merchant ship Shepherdess belonging to Liverpool
DPRI/3/1799/A53   10 June 1799
administration bond, penal sum £1,500; Thomas WATSON, grocer, of Darlington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A54   11 June 1799
administration bond, penal sum £300; Joseph ARTHUR, farmer, of Chirton Ridges in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1799/A55   14 June 1799
administration bond, penal sum £600; George BROWN, master mariner, of Bedlington in the countyof Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A56   17 June 1799
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Robert HUBBUCK, bachelor, of parish of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1799/A57   19 June 1799
administration bond, penal sum £38; John MOFFIT, miller, of parish of Kirkwhelpington inthe county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1799/A58   20 June 1799
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; John JOHNSON, viewer of collieries, of Byker West House within the chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle uopon Tyne but within that part of the said chapelry which is situate in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1799/A59   22 June 1799
administration bond, penal sum £190; Edward RAINE, blacksmith, of Garragill Gate in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1799/A60   22 June 1799
administration bond, penal sum £100; John TAYLOR, lawyer, of chapelry of saint Hilds in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A61   27 June 1799
administration bond, penal sum £500; Isaac DIXON, spirit-merchant, of chapelry of All saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1799/A62/1   1 July 1799
administration bond, penal sum £5,000; Jane FORSTER, spinster, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland. Died December 1798
DPRI/3/1799/A62/2-4   29 June 1799
renunciation; Jane FORSTER, spinster, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland. Died December 1798
DPRI/3/1799/A63   8 July 1799
administration bond, penal sum £150; Eleanor SURTEES, of chapelry of Saint Margaret near the city of Durham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A64   8 July 1799
administration bond, penal sum £180; John NOBLE, miner, of High Nent Hall in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1799/A65   13 July 1799
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Richard WARD, master mariner, widower, of Westoe in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A66   13 July 1799
administration bond, penal sum £900; George DOBSON, common brewer, bachelor, of ovingham in the parish of Ovingham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1799/A67   15 July 1799
administration bond, penal sum £30; Thomas MOOREY, yeoman, bachelor, of West Rainton in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A68   29 July 1799
administration bond, penal sum £2,200; Thomas BAIRD, gentleman, bachelor, of Alnmouth in the parish of Lesbury in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1799/A69   5 August 1799
administration bond, penal sum £150; Robert GRIEVESON, yeoman, of Findon Hill in the chapelry of Witton Gilbert in the countyof Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A70/1   2 August 1799
administration bond, penal sum £100; John GRAINGER, yeoman, bachelor, of Chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of the town of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to the sister of Grainger
DPRI/3/1799/A70/2-3   4 July 1799
renunciation; John GRAINGER, yeoman, bachelor, of Chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of the town of Newcastle upon Tyne
endorsed with 9 July 1799 memorandum relating that letters of administrationwere granted
DPRI/3/1799/A70/4-5   2 August 1799
certificate of oath and bond; John GRAINGER, yeoman, bachelor, of Chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of the town of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1799/A70/6-7   9 July 1799
letter of request; John GRAINGER, yeoman, bachelor, of Chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of the town of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1799/A71   5 August 1799
administration bond, penal sum £172; Christopher WIKINSON, miner
DPRI/3/1799/A72   13 August 1799
administration bond, penal sum £1,400; Harris DOBSON, master mariner, bachelor, Gateshead, but who died at sea
DPRI/3/1799/A73   9 August 1799
administration bond, penal sum £400; Charles HUNTER, blacksmith, of Saint Gyles near the city of Durham
administration granted to creditor, following death of former administratrix
DPRI/3/1799/A74   12 August 1796
administration bond, penal sum £800; Mary BEE, widow, of Gateshead
Dated 1796 [sic]; subscribed: administration passed the seal, 20 August 1799. Administration granted to Thomas Portoues (Portous), Ann Dixon and Elizabeth Wilson, nephew and nieces and only next of kin.
DPRI/3/1799/A75   23 August 1799
administration bond, penal sum £39; William POPPLEWELL, master mariner, of Chester le Street
DPRI/3/1799/A76   22 August 1799
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; John MAGNAY, farmer, of Williamswyke in the parish of Haltwhistle in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1799/A77   24 August 1799
administration bond, penal sum £260; James HOGG, yeoman, of parish of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1799/A78   26 August 1799
administration bond, penal sum £50; William CHAPMAN, yeoman, widower, of Bearpark in the chapelry of Witton Gilbert in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A79   30 August 1799
administration bond, penal sum £18; William STOBBS, mate of the Faith, mariner, bachelor, heretofor of North Shields in the county of Northumberland, but late mate of the merchant ship Faith
DPRI/3/1799/A80   3 September 1799
administration bond, penal sum £300; John HOWARD, schoolmaster, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1799/A81   7 September 1799
administration bond, penal sum £180; John ANDERSON, yeoman, of Newburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1799/A82   17 September 1799
administration bond, penal sum £500; James TAYLOR, maltster, bachelor, of parochial chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1799/A83   23 September 1799
administration bond, penal sum £100; John WILKIN, turner, tool-maker, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne but late of the chapelry of Saint John in the same town and county
DPRI/3/1799/A84   6 September 1799
administration bond, penal sum £650; George WILSON, innkeeper, of Stockton
DPRI/3/1799/A85   23 September 1799
administration bond, penal sum £188; Edward FAWCET, miner, of Aimshaugh in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1799/A86   1 November 1799
administration bond, penal sum £1,800; Robert SWAINSTON, merchant, of late of the parish of Saint John in the county of Berkley in the province of South carolina in North america
endorsed with memorandum relating that the bond was resealed and redelivered due to erasures
DPRI/3/1799/A87   12 October 1799
administration bond, penal sum £500; John NICHOLSON, victualler, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1799/A88   16 October 1799
administration bond, penal sum £500; Thomas LAMB, widower, of chapelry of Heworth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A89   18 October 1799
administration bond, penal sum £30; John REID, victualler, of South Shields in the Chapelry of Saint Hilds in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A90   18 October 1799
administration bond, penal sum £200; Susannah KENT, widow, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1799/A91   25 October 1799
administration bond, penal sum £500; Thomas DOUGLAS, miller, bachelor, of Monkton in the parish of Jarrow in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A92   27 October 1799
administration bond, penal sum £150; Isabella INNES, widow, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A93   24 October 1799
administration bond, penal sum £100; Margaret ROTHERAM, spinster, of Haltwhistle in the parish of Haltwhistle in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1799/A94   7 November 1799
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Samuel HEWITT, gentleman, of Sunderland in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A95
administration bond, penal sum £180; Matthew LAIDLER, yeoman, of Morpeth in the in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1799/A96   5 November 1799
administration bond, penal sum £1,999; Thomas RIDLEY, tailor, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A97   17 November 1799
administration bond, penal sum £600; John FENWICK, brewer, bachelor, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1799/A98   18 November 1799
administration bond, penal sum £500; Ann KENT, widow, of West Auckland in the chapelry of Saint Helen Auckland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A99   28 November 1799
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; John WARE, gentleman, of Dockwray Square in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1799/A100/1-3   2 December 1799
administration bond, penal sum £9; Matthew RUTHERFORTH, gentleman, of Little Usworth in the parish of Washington in the county of Durham
administration granted to John Phillipson, limited to the intestate's interest in property without Pandon Gate in Newcastle.
DPRI/3/1799/A101   23 November 1799
administration bond, penal sum £500; William DALE, farmer, widower, of Stockton
DPRI/3/1799/A102   20 November 1799
administration bond, penal sum £1,800; Peter BURRELL, common brewer, of Sedgefield
DPRI/3/1799/A103   6 December 1799
administration bond, penal sum £9,000; Henry MILLNER, gentleman, of East Bolden in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A104   6 December 1799
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; William WOLFALL, merchant, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle
DPRI/3/1799/A105   26 December 1799
administration bond, penal sum £700; Dinah JACKSON, widow, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
administration of the goods left unadministered by George Jackson granted to Margaret Jackson, relict and sole executrix of George Jackson
DPRI/3/1799/A106/1   16 December 1799
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Edward BROWN, bachelor, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1799/A106/2-3   16 December 1799
certificate of oath; Edward BROWN, bachelor, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
reply from York to Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A106/4-6   7 December 1799
letter of request; Edward BROWN, bachelor, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
letter of request from the bishop of Durham to the archbishop of York
DPRI/3/1799/A107   13 December 1799
administration bond, penal sum £500; John STORY, mariner, bachelor, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham but belonging to the merchant ship Friends Goodwill
DPRI/3/1799/A108/1   23 December 1799
administration bond, penal sum £280; Mary FARROW, widow, of Greatham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A108/2-3   23 December 1799
renunciation; Mary FARROW, widow, of Greatham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/A109/1-2   24 December 1799
curation bond, penal sum £1,800; Charles MCDONALD, innkeeper, of Belford in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1799/A109/3-5   4 December 1799
renunciation; Charles MCDONALD, innkeeper, of Belford in the county of Northumberland
proxy of renunciation and consent
DPRI/3/1799/A109/6-9   4 December 1799
election of curators, 4 December 1799; Charles MCDONALD, innkeeper, of Belford in the county of Northumberland
with acceptance of curators, 4 December 1799
DPRI/3/1799/A110   24 December 1799
administration bond; Charles MCDONALD, innkeeper, of Belford in the county of Northumberland
Will bonds 1799
Reference: DPRI/3/1799/T
DPRI/3/1799/T1   3 January 1799
will bond, penal sum £1,000; William HENDERSON, master mariner, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the relict and universal legatee, there being no executor named
DPRI/3/1799/T2   25 February 1799
will bond, penal sum £9; Henry MILLS, joiner, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to surviving residuary legatee, following death of the executrix
DPRI/3/1799/T3   12 February 1799
will bond, penal sum £1,200; Mary SMELT, spinster, of Stockton in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the universal legatee for life, the executors having died
DPRI/3/1799/T4/1-2   3 March 1799
will bond; Thomas BROWN, yeoman, of Garragill Gate in the chapelry of Garragill and parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
with certificate of oath, 3 March 1799, penal sum £170
administration with the will annexed granted to grandson, following death of executrix
DPRI/3/1799/T5   25 February 1799
will bond, penal sum £380; John DINNING, husbandman, of Nunwich (Nunwick) Mill in the parish of Simonburn in the county ofNorthumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to the one of the residuary legatees, following death of the sole executor
DPRI/3/1799/T6   6 May 1799
will bond, penal sum £1,500; Caroline PEWTERER, spinster, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the surviving residuary legatee, the executors and other residuary legatee having died
DPRI/3/1799/T7/1-4   11 May 1799
will bond, penal sum £9; William LAMBTON, esquire, of Lambton in the county of Durham
administration with the will and codicil annexed re-granted following death of both original executor and of the administrator who was granted administration on 23 November 1773, limited to the manor, lordship or deanery of Chester-le-Street
DPRI/3/1799/T8/1   14 May 1799
will bond, penal sum £3,000; William WILKINSON, rope-maker, gentleman, of Stockton in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to residuary legatee, following renunciation by original executors
DPRI/3/1799/T8/2-3   4 May 1799
renunciation; William WILKINSON, rope-maker, gentleman, of Stockton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/T9   27 May 1799
will bond, penal sum £200; John HUNTLEY, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed re-granted, following the death of the previous administrator
DPRI/3/1799/T10   9 May 1799
will bond, penal sum £3,000; George MORTON, gentleman, of Paston in the parish of Kirknewton in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to the administrator of the one of the executors of the deceased
DPRI/3/1799/T11/1   18 June 1799
will bond, penal sum £1,100; James WALLACE, doctor of physic, of New Elvet near the city of Durham in the parish of Saint Oswald
administration with the will annexed granted to the residuary legatee, following renunciation by original executors
DPRI/3/1799/T11/2-4   10 June 1799
renunciation; James WALLACE, doctor of physic, of New Elvet near the city of Durham in the parish of Saint Oswald
DPRI/3/1799/T12   22 June 1799
will bond, penal sum £9; John WITTY, clogger, of Milkridge in the parish of Haltwhistle and county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to the widow, one of the universal legatees for life, there being no executor named
DPRI/3/1799/T13   3 September 1799
will bond, penal sum £2,000; George STEPHENSON, gentleman, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the only children and residuary legatees, following death of sole executrix
DPRI/3/1799/T14   9 October 1799
will bond, penal sum £1,000; Ann PEWTERER, spinster, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/T15   9 October 1799
will bond, penal sum £1,000; Mary PEWTERER, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham
Following the death of Mary Pewterer's surviving executrix Mary Bromley Pewterer, administration was granted to William Banks, the sole executor of Mary Bromley Pewterer
DPRI/3/1799/T16   30 September 1799
will bond, penal sum £200; William MASTERMAN, gentleman, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the universal legatee, there being no executor named or appointed
DPRI/3/1799/T17/1   9 November 1799
will bond, penal sum £6,000; William BLACKETT, esquire, of Shule in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to residuary legatee, following renunciation of original executors
DPRI/3/1799/T17/2-3   17 October 1799
renunciation; William BLACKETT, esquire, of Shule in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1799/T18/1-3   12 November 1799
will bond, penal sum £9; Benjamin BRADLEY, farrier, of Chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to William Hunt, following death of executor (who proved original will on 2 September 1767), limited to property in Sandgate, Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1799/T19/1-3   6 December 1799
will bond, penal sum £9; Thomas BOWES, esquire, of BradleyHall in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to William Blackburn, following marriage of Elizabeth Bowes (who was appointed executrix only for her widowhood, and who proved the will 23 January 1753), limited to property in Stanhope
DPRI/3/1799/T20   30 December 1799
will bond, penal sum £180; John SNOWDON, bricklayer, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to the brother and residuary legatee, following deaths of executor and of the widow and residuary legatee for life
Administration bonds 1800
Reference: DPRI/3/1800/A
DPRI/3/1800/A1   13 January 1800
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Joseph ROBSON, yeoman, bachelor, of Parish of Whalton in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1800/A2
administration bond, penal sum £400; William HEDLEY, of Thropple in thParish of Mitford in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1800/A3   27 January 1800
administration bond, penal sum £600; Michael AINSLEY, nail-maker, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1800/A4/1-2   31 January 1800
administration bond, penal sum £5; Joseph KING, farmer, cooper, of Kenton in the Parish of Gosforth in the county of Northumberland
Bond includes indenture of land at West Brunton.
DPRI/3/1800/A5/1   10 February 1800
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Thomasine ABBS, widow, of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A5/2   8 February 1800
renunciation; Thomasine ABBS, widow, of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
Renunciation of daughter to her brother.
DPRI/3/1800/A6   13 February 1800
administration bond, penal sum £180; William HEDLEY, ship-carpenter, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A7   18 February 1800
administration bond, penal sum £400; Richard FARRINGTON, carver, gilder, of the Chapelry of All Saints in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1800/A8   20 February 1800
administration bond, penal sum £90; Ann REED, widow, of Cleadon in the Parish of Whitburn in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A9   22 February 1800
administration bond, penal sum £39; James MALDRON, bachelor, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the Parish in the Parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A10   25 February 1800
administration bond, penal sum £9,000; William SNAITH, gentleman, widower, of Chester le Street in the Parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A11   6 March 1800
administration bond, penal sum £100; George JEFFERSON, gentleman, of Wolviston in the Parish of Billingham in the county of Durham
Oath of administration on reverse of bond.
DPRI/3/1800/A12   15 March 1800
administration bond, penal sum £600; John ELLISON, cartwright, of Hedworthin the Parish of Jarrow in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A13   5 April 1800
administration bond, penal sum £90; Francis JACKSON, widower, of Cawsey Dykes in the Chapelry of Tanfield in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A14   5 April 1800
administration bond, penal sum £3,800; Matthew HALL, miller, widower, of North Dissington Mill in the Parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1800/A15   24 March 1800
administration bond, penal sum £150; Richard STEELL, butcher, of Longnewton in the county of Durham
Oath of administration on reverse of bond.
DPRI/3/1800/A16   12 April 1800
administration bond, penal sum £1,500; Robert ELLIOT, gentleman, of the Chapelry of All Saints in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1800/A17   16 April 1800
administration bond, penal sum £250; William NICKELL, husbandman, of East Ord in the Chapelry of Tweedmouth in the County Palatine of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A18   18 April 1800
administration bond, penal sum £150; Jane ERWIN, widow, of Altson in the County of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1800/A19   21 April 1800
administration bond, penal sum £800; Isabella LAMBTON, widow, of 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/3/1800/A20
administration bond, penal sum £40; Elizabeth HILTON, widow, of South Shields in the Chapelry of Saint Hilds in the County and Doicese of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A21   19 April 1800
curation bond, penal sum £500; Robert REED, house-carpenter, widower, of Chapelry of All Saints in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
Uncle of deceased's son, guardian and bondsman.
DPRI/3/1800/A22/1   19 April 1800
administration bond; Robert REED, house-carpenter, widower, of Chapelry of All Saints in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1800/A22/2-3   16 April 1800
renunciation; Robert REED, house-carpenter, widower, of Chapelry of All Saints in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
proxy of renunciation and acceptance: John Bell Reed, son of deceased, and his uncle William Reed.
DPRI/3/1800/A23   22 April 1800
administration bond, penal sum £10; John LOWES, gentleman, of the Chapelry of Saint John in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1800/A24   23 April 1800
administration bond, penal sum £100; Frances SUMMERS, nee Brown, of the Parish of Saint Gyles near the City of Durham in the county of Durham but late of the Parish of Saint Nicholas in the same City
DPRI/3/1800/A25/1-2   27 February 1800
administration bond, penal sum £9; Richard APPLEBY, pauper, of North Shields in the County of Northumberland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A26   3 May 1800
administration bond, penal sum £500; George BOAZMAN, yeoman, of Great Stainton in the Parish of Stainton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A27   9 May 1800
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert ATKINSON, innkeeper, of Battle Bank in the Parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A28   10 May 1800
administration bond, penal sum £100; John ERRINGTON, yeoman, of Staindrop
Oath of administration on reverse of bond.
DPRI/3/1800/A29/1   6 May 1800
administration bond, penal sum £600; Edward MILBURN, yeoman, of Thorneyburn Eales in the Parish of Simonburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1800/A29/2   12 March 1800
renunciation; Edward MILBURN, yeoman, of Thorneyburn Eales in the Parish of Simonburn in the county of Northumberland
renunciation by the two sisters of the deceased in favour of their brother
DPRI/3/1800/A30   5 May 1800
administration bond, penal sum £100; Edward WATSON, surgeon, widower, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A31   6 May 1800
administration bond, penal sum £500; Joseph WILKINSON, innkeeper, bachelor, of North Shields in the Parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1800/A32   6 May 1800
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Robert WILKINSON, innkeeper, bachelor, of North Shields in the Parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1800/A33   15 May 1800
administration bond, penal sum £500; William WANN, of Seghill Steeds in the Parish of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1800/A34   16 May 1800
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; John WOOD, bachelor, of Berwick upon Tweed in the Dioceseof Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A35   5 May 1800
administration bond, penal sum £60; Michael YOUNG, husbandman, of the Cragg in the Parish of Corsenside in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1800/A36/1   20 May 1800
administration bond, penal sum £500; James BAY, master mariner, of North Shields, in the Parish of Tynemouth, in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1800/A36/2   20 May 1800
affidavit; James BAY, master mariner, of North Shields, in the Parish of Tynemouth, in the County of Northumberland
Widow had remarried, the second husband was in foriegn parts, oath to allow new bondsman.
DPRI/3/1800/A37/1-2
administration bond; John HALL, gentleman, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A38/1   27 May 1800
administration bond, penal sum £800; Isabella LAMBTON, widow, of Ballast Hills in the Chapelry of All Saints without the Walls but within the Liberties of the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
Previous Bond revoked. The son-in law now the bondsman.
DPRI/3/1800/A38/2   22 May 1800
renunciation; Isabella LAMBTON, widow, of Ballast Hills in the Chapelry of All Saints without the Walls but within the Liberties of the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
renunciation by the original creditors
DPRI/3/1800/A38/3   23 May 1800
letter; Isabella LAMBTON, widow, of Ballast Hills in the Chapelry of All Saints without the Walls but within the Liberties of the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
letter of explanation of exhibition of letter testimonial from previous creditors
DPRI/3/1800/A39   29 May 1800
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Robert MACLELLAN, lieutenant belonging to His Majesty's 6th Regiment of Foot, army lieutenant, gentleman, bachelor, of Stainton le Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A40/1-2   27 May 1800
administration bond, penal sum £9; Teasdale MOWBRAY, esquire, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
grant of administration limited to Browns House Farm lease, and Robredings land in Bishopley in County Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A41   29 May 1800
administration bond, penal sum £500; George HETHERINGTON, miner, of the Chapelry of Saint Andrew in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1800/A42
administration bond, penal sum £9,000; Isabella GREEN, widow, of Westoe in the Chapelry of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A43   4 June 1800
administration bond, penal sum £260; Edward LIDDELL, of Hamsterly in the Chapelry of Hamsterly in the county of Durham
note of oath on reverse.
DPRI/3/1800/A44   12 June 1800
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; William JACKSON, ship-owner, of Bishop Wearmouth in the Parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A45/1-2   10 June 1800
administration bond, penal sum £9; Mary HUDSON, widow, of Wallbottle in the Parish of Ne4wburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1800/A46   18 June 1800
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; Robert BARKAS, grocer, of the Chapelry of Saint John in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1800/A47   17 June 1800
administration bond, penal sum £500; William BROWN, innkeeper, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A48/1   21 June 1800
administration bond, penal sum £500; William GAULL, esquire, of formerly of the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne but late of Shrewsbury in the County of Salop
DPRI/3/1800/A48/2   14 June 1800
proxy of renunciation, 14 June 1800; William GAULL, esquire, of formerly of the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne but late of Shrewsbury in the County of Salop
Shown in court on the 16.6.1800.
DPRI/3/1800/A49   19 June 1800
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Isabella MARSH, of Ford in the County of Northumberland and the Doicese of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A50   19 June 1800
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Henry PICKERING, farmer, widower, of Hedley Hope West House in the Parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A51   24 June 1800
administration bond, penal sum £1,800; George SURTEES, esquire, bachelor, of Bishop Middleham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A52/1   25 June 1800
administration bond, penal sum £100; George ROSS, private soldier, army invalids private, widower, of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1800/A52/2-3   22 May 1800
renunciation; George ROSS, private soldier, army invalids private, widower, of Berwick upon Tweed
The half sister residing in Kincardine, County Ross; renounced in favour of the Lieutenant at Berwick Invalids Regiment
DPRI/3/1800/A53   27 June 1800
administration bond, penal sum £500; William FOSTER, ship-owner, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A54
administration bond, penal sum £100; Elizabeth GREEN, widow, of Newbottle in the Parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A55   3 July 1800
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; William JOHNSON, farmer, of North Moor in the Chapelry of Horton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1800/A56   1 July 1800
administration bond, penal sum £100; Robert CLARK, brazier, of the Chapelry of Saint Hilds South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A57/1-3   10 July 1800
administration bond, penal sum £9; Edward CURRY, yeoman, of the Chapelry of Saint John in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1800/A58   21 July 1800
administration bond, penal sum £160; Peter CALDCLOUGH, joiner, cabinet-maker, of the Chapelry of Saint Margaret in Durham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A59   25 July 1800
administration bond, penal sum £500; William LAWSON, yeoman, of Keartinton-bank-head in the Parish of Rothbury in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1800/A60   28 July 1800
administration bond, penal sum £580; Mary FLINT, wife of George Flint, nee Mary Shaw, of Westwick in the Chapelry of Bernard Castle in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A61   26 July 1800
administration bond, penal sum £300; Margaret GAULL, widow, of the Parish of Saint Nicholas in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1800/A62/1   26 July 1800
administration bond, penal sum £300; William Thomas GAULL, cornet in His Majesty's 29th Regiment of Dragoons at Madras, army cornet, widower, of Madras in the East Indies
DPRI/3/1800/A62/2-5   21 July 1800
renunciation; William Thomas GAULL, cornet in His Majesty's 29th Regiment of Dragoons at Madras, army cornet, widower, of Madras in the East Indies
deceased described as a minor and bachelor
DPRI/3/1800/A63   2 August 1800
administration bond, penal sum £500; John JOHNSON, yeoman, of Howhill in the Parish of Aycliffe in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A64   29 July 1800
administration bond, penal sum £50; Mary STOREY, widow, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A65/1-2   17 July 1800
administration bond, penal sum £160; Johnathan EMERSON, blacksmith, of Stanhope in the Parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham
Oath of widow on reverse of Bond.
DPRI/3/1800/A66   25 July 1800
administration bond, penal sum £150; Ann ORNSBY, widow, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A67   15 August 1800
administration bond, penal sum £400; James CLARK, engineer, widower, of Gateshead Fell in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A68   25 August 1800
administration bond, penal sum £300; John BRUCE, shipwright, bachelor, of the Chapelry of Saint Hilds, South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A69   28 August 1800
administration bond, penal sum £500; John ROBSON, master mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A70   2 September 1800
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Joseph HUNTER, gentleman, of Byker Hill in the Chapelry of All Saints in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne but in that part of the Chapelry which is situate in the County of Northumberland.
DPRI/3/1800/A71   29 August 1800
administration bond, penal sum £500; Archibald IRWIN, shipwright, of Byker Buildings in the Chapelry of All Saints in the Town and County Newcastle upon Tyne but in that part of the said Chapelry which is situate in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1800/A72   9 September 1800
administration bond, penal sum £150; Anthony GALLILEE, mason, of Pelton in the Parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A73/1   15 September 1800
administration bond, penal sum £500; Mary EELLS, spinster, of Sedgefield in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A73/2-4   14 September 1800
renunciation; Mary EELLS, spinster, of Sedgefield in the county of Durham
Renunciation by father: "Read publicly in the Parish Church of Sedgefield on Sunday the 14 Sept 1800 by me. J Rymer- offs Minster".
DPRI/3/1800/A74   17 September 1800
administration bond, penal sum £180; William MAYOR, yeoman, of the Parish of Saint Mary le Bow in the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A75
administration bond, penal sum £500; Matthew MARSHALL, smith, widower, of Ryton Woodside in the Parish of Ryton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A76
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; John HUMPHREY, yeoman, of Coney Garth in the Parish of Bothall in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1800/A77
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; John LANDLES, cooper, of the Borough of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1800/A78
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Samuel ROBINSON, yeoman, bachelor, of Great Lumley in the Parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A79/1-2   10 September 1800
administration bond, penal sum £100; Timothy TINKLER, shoemaker, of Great Aycliffe in the county of Durham
Oath of widow recorded on reverse of bond.
DPRI/3/1800/A80   10 October 1800
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Robert HARRISON, gentleman, of the Parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A81   11 October 1800
administration bond, penal sum £9; John PARTIS, yeoman, widower, of Tantoby in the Chapelry of Tanfield in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A82   11 October 1800
administration bond, penal sum £200; Margaret BURNETT, spinster, of the Parish of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1800/A83/1-2   3 September 1800
administration bond, penal sum £130; Thomas DAWSON, miner, of Eshgill in the chapelry of Garrigill and parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
endorsed with the oath of Mary Bradwell wife of John Bradwell and relict of the deceased
DPRI/3/1800/A84   21 October 1800
administration bond, penal sum £150; Robert JEFFERSON, yeoman, of Foul Thorp in the Parish of Grindon in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A85   20 October 1800
administration bond, penal sum £100; Robert WILSON, mariner, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A86   13 October 1800
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Manley Joseph POTTER, master mariner, of Milburn Place in the Parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1800/A87   24 October 1800
administration bond, penal sum £40; John STUART, mariner, bachelor, of Tweedmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A88   25 October 1800
administration bond, penal sum £200; George BARRASS, linen-draper, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A89   25 October 1800
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Robert STOTT, farmer, of Cairn house in the Parish of Newburn in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1800/A90   20 October 1800
administration bond, penal sum £39; Cuthbert COLLIN, miner, of East Black Dean in the Parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A91   4 November 1800
administration bond, penal sum £1,400; Richard EDMOND, master mariner, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A92/1   4 November 1800
administration bond, penal sum £40; George RAPER, yeoman, of the Parish of Craike in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A92/2-3   4 November 1800
certificate of oath; George RAPER, yeoman, of the Parish of Craike in the county of Durham
reply from York to Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A92/4   30 October 1800
letter of request; George RAPER, yeoman, of the Parish of Craike in the county of Durham
letter of request from Durham to York
DPRI/3/1800/A93   4 November 1800
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Richard BENSON, master mariner, of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A94   8 November 1800
administration bond, penal sum £200; Peter GOLIGHTLY, staithman, of Harraton in the Parish of Chester-le-Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A95   5 November 1800
administration bond, penal sum £180; Ann COLE, widow, of Stockton in the county of Durham
Daughter's oath on reverse of bond.
DPRI/3/1800/A96   10 November 1800
administration bond, penal sum £500; Sarah TAVENOR, widow, of North Shields in the Parish of Tynemouth in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1800/A97   17 November 1800
administration bond, penal sum £30; William BEARS, mariner, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A98   12 November 1800
administration bond, penal sum £30; Francis BARKER, seaman, bachelor, belonging to the Dominica Packet of Liverpool, and late of Stockton in the county of Durham
Father's oath taking noted on reverse of bond.
DPRI/3/1800/A99   24 November 1800
administration bond, penal sum £100; Elizabeth LOCK, widow, of the Chapelry of All Saints in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1800/A100   24 November 1800
administration bond, penal sum £5,000; John MILLER, of South Shields in the county of Durham
bondsman: Charles Toshach, Protestant dissenting minister
DPRI/3/1800/A101/1-3   29 November 1800
administration bond, penal sum £9; John DIXON, butcher, of the Chapelry of Rennington in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1800/A102   1 December 1800
administration bond, penal sum £30; John GREGORY, master mariner, of Sundreland near the Sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A103   8 December 1800
administration bond, penal sum £200; William DONALD, merchant, of Sandygate in the Chapelry of All Saints in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1800/A104   6 December 1800
administration bond, penal sum £500; Thomas HUNTER, ship-owner, bachelor, of Bishop Wearmouth Pans in the Parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/A105   12 December 1800
administration bond; Thomas CLEMENT, tanner, of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
administration granted to executrix and residuary legatee of the administrator
DPRI/3/1800/A106/1-2   12 December 1800
administration bond; Robert SELBY, esquire, of Earl in the chapelry of Doddington in the county of Northumberland
with affidavit of sureties, penal sum £4,060
DPRI/3/1800/A107   16 December 1800
administration bond, penal sum £70; Ann SOUTHERN, spinster, of the Parish of Hart in the county of Durham
note on oath on reverse of bond.
DPRI/3/1800/A108/1-4   6 December 1800
administration bond, penal sum £9; Richard GRAINGER, gentleman, of Wolviston in the county of Durham but late of Sunderland in the same County
oath sworn on page 4.
Will bonds 1800
Reference: DPRI/3/1800/T
DPRI/3/1800/T1   10 January 1800
will bond, penal sum £80; Robert LIDDERDALE, husbandman, single man, of Bridgeford in the chapelry of Billingham and parish of Simonburn in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to the residuary legatees, there being no executor named in the will
DPRI/3/1800/T2   1 February 1800
will bond, penal sum £150; Ann SCARR, spinster, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to the residuary legatee, there being no executor named in the will
DPRI/3/1800/T3/1-2   26 February 1800
letter of request; Susannah WETHERALL, spinster, of City of Lincoln
letter of request from Bishop of Durham to the Bishop of Lincoln.
DPRI/3/1800/T3/3-4   5 March 1800
certificate of oath and execution of bond.; Susannah WETHERALL, spinster, of City of Lincoln
DPRI/3/1800/T4/1   7 April 1800
will bond, penal sum £15,000; William SPENCE, gentleman, of Lambton's buildings in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/T4/2-4   5 April 1800
renunciation; William SPENCE, gentleman, of Lambton's buildings in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/T5   17 April 1800
will bond, penal sum £2,000; William SELBY, gentleman, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed
Named executors deceased before proving original will.
DPRI/3/1800/T6   23 April 1800
will bond, penal sum £50; Mary BROWN, widow, of Parish of Saint Giles in or near the city of Durham
Named executrix deceased, her husband named as administrator.
DPRI/3/1800/T7/1   11 November 1799
will bond, penal sum £1,500; James RAINFORTH, innkeeper, of Cornhill, chapelry of Cornhill, county palantine of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/T7/2-4   5 October 1799
renunciation; James RAINFORTH, innkeeper, of Cornhill, chapelry of Cornhill, county palantine of Durham
renunciation by executors, exhibited 29 Oct 1799
DPRI/3/1800/T8/1-3   16 May 1800
will bond, penal sum £9; George SPARROW, esquire, of Murton House in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham
grant of administration to William Fenwick limited to the testator's interest in property at Easington
DPRI/3/1800/T9   21 May 1800
will bond, penal sum £100; George PRINGLE, gardener, of Keepier near the city of Durham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/T10   21 May 1800
will bond, penal sum £39; Robert PEARSON, yeoman, of Newbiggin by the sea in the chapelry of Newbiggin in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1800/T11   13 June 1800
will bond, penal sum £200; Evan DEER, gentleman, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/T12/1   10 July 1800
will bond, penal sum £600; Charles HENZELL, mariner, of Portsmouth in the county of Rockingham and state of New Hampshire
Letters of Administration granted to Joseph Naters.
DPRI/3/1800/T12/2   10 July 1800
affirmation; Charles HENZELL, mariner, of Portsmouth in the county of Rockingham and state of New Hampshire
Afirmation by the bondsmen that they are householders worth £300.
DPRI/3/1800/T12/3-4   8 May 1800
affidavit; Charles HENZELL, mariner, of Portsmouth in the county of Rockingham and state of New Hampshire
Affidavit Michael Wentworth of Little Harbour at or near Portsmouth in North America Esquire sole Executor proved the will in the Court of Portsmouth in the County of Rockingham on 15 Feb 1792. The will had not been proved in the UK.
DPRI/3/1800/T13/1-2   13 July 1800
will bond, penal sum £1,000; George WILKIN, the elder, gentleman, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the county of Durham
residuary legatees were minors, the father of legatees appointed guardian
DPRI/3/1800/T13/3-4   6 June 1800
renunciation; George WILKIN, the elder, gentleman, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the county of Durham
renunciation of executors
DPRI/3/1800/T13/5-8   29 July 1800
election of guardian; George WILKIN, the elder, gentleman, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the county of Durham
with acceptance of guardianship, 29 July 1800
grandchildren of the deceased as minors appointing their father as guardian
DPRI/3/1800/T14   13 July 1800
will bond, penal sum £1,000; George WILKIN, the elder, gentleman, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1800/T15/1   13 August 1800
will bond, penal sum £1,000; Nicholas CHILTON, esquire, widower, of Fishburn in the county of Durham
Son of deceased had died and surviving children renounced execution and administration of the will.
DPRI/3/1800/T15/2-3   23 August 1800
renunciation; Nicholas CHILTON, esquire, widower, of Fishburn in the county of Durham
Renunciation by surviving son and daughter.
DPRI/3/1800/T16/1   8 November 1800
will bond, penal sum £500; Mary EASTERBY, widow, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
Surviving executor renounced, the other executor having predeceased the testatrix.
DPRI/3/1800/T16/2-4   15 October 1800
renunciation; Mary EASTERBY, widow, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
renunciation by original executor in favour of the deceased's son
DPRI/3/1800/T17   13 December 1800
will bond, penal sum £1,300; Hannah MANN, widow of John Mann, widow, of halfway house bank in the Parish of Wallsend in the county of Northumberland
Grandson appointed as administrator, both thefather and the other executor having died.
Administration bonds 1801
Reference: DPRI/3/1801/A
DPRI/3/1801/A1   8 January 1801
administration bond, penal sum £170; Ralph HODGSON, yeoman, of Headlam in the parish of Gainford in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A2   2 February 1801
administration bond, penal sum £9; Isabel PENNY, widow, of Rothbury in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/A3   4 February 1801
administration bond, penal sum £39; Francis HENDERSON, butcher, of Morpeth in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/A4/1-2   24 January 1801
curation bond, penal sum £400; John GOODCHILD, gentleman, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A4/3   24 January 1801
act of court; John GOODCHILD, gentleman, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A4/4   17 January 1801
renunciation; John GOODCHILD, gentleman, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A4/5   24 January 1801
renunciation; John GOODCHILD, gentleman, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A5   24 January 1801
administration bond, penal sum £400; John GOODCHILD, gentleman, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A6   6 February 1801
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; John RICHARDSON, joiner, of the parish of Ryton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A7   2 February 1801
administration bond, penal sum £600; Thomas STRAUGHAN, yeoman, widower, of parish of Whickham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A8   9 February 1801
administration bond, penal sum £100; John HETHERINGTON, yeoman, bachelor, of Whitworth in the chapelry of Whitworth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A9/1   10 February 1801
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Deborah DOUBLEDAY, spinster, of chapelry of St Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1801/A9/2-3   10 February 1801
renunciation; Deborah DOUBLEDAY, spinster, of chapelry of St Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1801/A10   20 February 1801
administration bond, penal sum £500; James BONE, grocer, bachelor, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A11   18 February 1801
administration bond, penal sum £140; George PARTIS, yeoman, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/A12   25 February 1801
administration bond, penal sum £600; John HODGSON, gentleman, widower, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A13   3 March 1801
administration bond, penal sum £200; John ALLAN, gardener, bachelor, of Hallgarth Street in the parish of Saint Oswald near the city, county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A14   2 March 1801
administration bond, penal sum £500; Thomas THOMPSON, yeoman, of township of Windlestone in the Parish of Saint Andrew Auckland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A15   5 March 1801
administration bond, penal sum £120; Cuthbert CRAWFORD, shopkeeper, of Hamsterley in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A16   11 March 1801
administration bond, penal sum £800; Dorothy DARNTON, widow, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A17   2 March 1801
administration bond, penal sum £500; Ralph HENDERSON, ship-chandler, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A18   16 March 1801
administration bond, penal sum £500; Joseph COWART, mariner, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A19   20 March 1801
administration bond, penal sum £39; Jonathan ALLISON, yeoman, of Wolsingham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A20   21 March 1801
administration bond, penal sum £180; Robert HALL, yeoman, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and country of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/A21   14 March 1801
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; Elizabeth MORTON, widow, of West Newton in the parish of Kirknewton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/A22   14 March 1801
administration bond, penal sum £100; Thomas METCALF, army private, bachelor, formerly Field Head in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland, late as a Privateer in his Majesty's 35th Regiment in the West Indies
DPRI/3/1801/A23   25 March 1801
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; James BYERS, bachelor, of New Elvet in the parish of Saint Oswalds in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A24   30 March 1801
administration bond, penal sum £200; John ROBSON, joiner, bachelor, of in the parish of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/A25   10 April 1801
administration bond, penal sum £150; Elizabeth DUMBLING, of late of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A26   27 March 1801
administration bond, penal sum £400; Marg GIBBON, spinster, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A27   10 April 1801
administration bond, penal sum £100; Jane LOWE, spinster, of Mile End in the County of Middlesex
DPRI/3/1801/A28   2 April 1801
administration bond, penal sum £80; Robert METCALF, miner, of Well Gill in the parish of Alston
DPRI/3/1801/A29   4 April 1801
administration bond, penal sum £400; Robert SHIPHERD, shipwright, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/A30/1   12 April 1801
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; William WATSON, common brewer, widower, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hildas in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A30/2   24 March 1801
acceptance of guardianship; Matthew TROTTER, the younger, gentleman, of Lilburn in the parish of Egglingham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/A31   8 April 1801
curation bond, penal sum £5,000; Matthew TROTTER, the younger, gentleman, of Lilburn in the parish of Egglingham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/A32   8 April 1801
administration bond, penal sum £5,000; Matthew TROTTER, the younger, gentleman, of Lilburn in the parish of Egglingham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/A33   8 April 1801
administration bond, penal sum £140; Anthony GOLIGHTLY, of North Gate in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A34   18 April 1801
administration bond, penal sum £90; Hannah GREEN, of Washington
DPRI/3/1801/A35   22 April 1801
administration bond, penal sum £39; Joseph ROGERS, yeoman, of Wolviston
DPRI/3/1801/A36   1 May 1801
administration bond, penal sum £200; James Hare HENZELL, master mariner, bachelor, of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1801/A37   5 May 1801
administration bond, penal sum £39; Matthew BROWN, labourer, widower, of Hilton Ferry in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A38/1   1 May 1801
administration bond, penal sum £800; John HODGES, bachelor, Hanover in the islands of Jamaica, but a passenger on board the merchant ship Jupiter
administration granted to the attorney of the deceased's mother (for her use)
DPRI/3/1801/A38/2-3   9 April 1801
power of attorney; John HODGES, bachelor, Hanover in the islands of Jamaica, but a passenger on board the merchant ship Jupiter
DPRI/3/1801/A38/4   1 May 1801
certificate of oath; John HODGES, bachelor, Hanover in the islands of Jamaica, but a passenger on board the merchant ship Jupiter
DPRI/3/1801/A38/5   13 April 1801
letter of request; John HODGES, bachelor, Hanover in the islands of Jamaica, but a passenger on board the merchant ship Jupiter
request from Durham to Canterbury
DPRI/3/1801/A39   4 May 1801
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann GARTHWAITE, widow, of Totepots in the parish of Wolsingham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A40   8 May 1801
administration bond, penal sum £200; Joseph LONSDALE, miner, of Pry Heads in the chapelry of saint John in Weardale in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A41   2 May 1801
administration bond, penal sum £500; Thomas WATSON, yeoman, of township of Cornforth in the parish of Bishop Middleham
DPRI/3/1801/A42   13 May 1801
administration bond, penal sum £160; Robert HOBSON, surgeon, of chapelry of Barnard Castle in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A43   16 May 1801
administration bond, penal sum £150; Esther HANSON, widow, of Low Weldon in the chapelry of Brinkburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/A44   18 May 1801
administration bond, penal sum £200; Anthony HARE, mariner, bachelor, of Sunderland
DPRI/3/1801/A45/1-2   18 April 1801
administration bond, penal sum £200; Margaret WALLACE, widow, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A45/3   18 April 1801
act of court; Margaret WALLACE, widow, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the city of Durham
recording oath of sureties named in administration bond
DPRI/3/1801/A45/4-6   23 May 1801
certificate of oath; Margaret WALLACE, widow, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the city of Durham
from London in response to letters of request
DPRI/3/1801/A45/7-8   25 April 1801
letters of request; Margaret WALLACE, widow, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the city of Durham
addressed to bishop of London
DPRI/3/1801/A46   28 May 1801
administration bond, penal sum £300; John BURN, victualler, of Black Gate in the parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and country of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1801/A47   1 June 1801
administration bond, penal sum £200; George TAYLOR, publican, victualler, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A48   29 May 1801
administration bond, penal sum £39; William MOSSMAN, common carrier, of Little Ryal in the parish of Whittingham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/A49/1   6 June 1801
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Grace CAY, spinster, of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1801/A49/2-3   6 June 1801
administration bond; Grace CAY, spinster, of Newcastle upon Tyne
Bond granted by magistrates by the City of Edinburgh
DPRI/3/1801/A49/4   6 June 1801
; Grace CAY, spinster, of Newcastle upon Tyne
goods, chattels and letters of requisition granted by the magistrator of the city of Edinburgh at request of next of kin
DPRI/3/1801/A50/1-2   10 June 1801
administration bond, penal sum £9; Edward KELL, staithman, formerly of Stella in the county of Durham, late of Bromley in the parish of Bywell St Peter in the county of Northumberland
administration limited to property in Newcastle upon Tyne (Rose Tavern, Quayside)
DPRI/3/1801/A51-2   10 June 1801
administration bond, penal sum £9; Edward FORSTER, gentleman, of chapelry of All Saints in the county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1801/A52   12 June 1801
administration bond, penal sum £500; Francis BONE, yeoman, of Cheste-le-Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A53   13 June 1801
administration bond, penal sum £39; Mary RICHARDSON, Baxter, of parish of Knaresdale in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/A54   13 June 1801
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Charles MOLISON, baker, bachelor, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the county of Newcastle-upon-Tyne
DPRI/3/1801/A55   15 June 1801
administration bond, penal sum £500; James HUNTER, hardwareman, bachelor, of chapelry of Saint John in the county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1801/A56   17 June 1801
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; John DUNN, widower, of chapelry of All Saints in the county of Necastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1801/A57   26 June 1801
administration bond, penal sum £180; Sarah THOMPSON, widow, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A57/1   15 April 1807
administration bond, penal sum £800; John STOTT, house-carpenter, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilda in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A58   27 June 1801
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Thomas WAKE, coal-fitter, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A59   30 June 1801
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Samuel DOBSON, farmer, of Horsley in the parish of Ovingham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/A60   18 July 1801
administration bond, penal sum £39; Anthony GILCHRIST, salt-maker, widower, of South Shields in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A61/1-3   18 July 1801
administration bond, penal sum £500; George GILCHRIST, waterman, bachelor, of South Shields in the County of Durham
administration granted to the son of the administrator of the deceased (see DPRI/3/1801/A60)
DPRI/3/1801/A63/1   21 May 1801
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Phillip WATSON, farmer, of Elford in the parish of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland. Died 7 April 1801
DPRI/3/1801/A63/2-3   21 May 1801
; Phillip WATSON, farmer, of Elford in the parish of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland. Died 7 April 1801
rights and obligations bond given for the care of deceased's infant children
DPRI/3/1801/A63/4-5   20 April 1801
; Phillip WATSON, farmer, of Elford in the parish of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland. Died 7 April 1801
renunciation and guardianship of infant children
DPRI/3/1801/A63/6-7   3 May 1801
administration bond; Phillip WATSON, farmer, of Elford in the parish of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland. Died 7 April 1801
acceptance of guardianship granted by procurator general
DPRI/3/1801/A64/1   25 July 1801
administration bond, penal sum £200; John WILKINSON, gentleman, widower, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A64/2   13 July 1801
; John WILKINSON, gentleman, widower, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
letters of administration
DPRI/3/1801/A64/3   25 July 1801
; John WILKINSON, gentleman, widower, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
letters of administration were granted to daughter of deceased by episcopal court of london
DPRI/3/1801/A65   22 June 1801
administration bond, penal sum £200; Isabella WOOD, widow, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/A66   28 July 1801
administration bond, penal sum £90; John YOUNGHUSBAND, mariner, bachelor, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A67   30 July 1801
administration bond, penal sum £500; William CARR, gentleman, of Lambton buildings in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A68/1-3   1 August 1801
administration bond, penal sum £160; William DAVISON, bachelor, of Eastwick in the parish of Heddon on the Wall in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/A69   31 July 1801
administration bond, penal sum £600; Esther LINDSAY, widow, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/A70   1 August 1801
administration bond, penal sum £200; John BOWMAN, miner, of High Park in the parish of Alston in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/A71/1   4 August 1801
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Johnson WALMSLEY, shipwright, bachelor, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/A71/2   4 August 1801
affidavit of sureties; Johnson WALMSLEY, shipwright, bachelor, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/A72/1
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; John WALMSLEY, shipwright, bachelor, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/A72/2   4 August 1801
affidavit of sureties; John WALMSLEY, shipwright, bachelor, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/A73   5 May 1801
administration bond, penal sum £9; Jane COSER, widow, of Stockton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A74   8 August 1801
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; Thomas THRIFT, gentleman, of Hartley in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/A75   15 August 1801
administration bond, penal sum £300; John EMBLETON, farmer, of Hetton Lane House in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A76   15 August 1801
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Matilda SALVIN, Galbois, of formerly of Old Elvet in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A77   13 August 1801
administration bond, penal sum £100; Eleanor JORDAN, widow, of Chatton in the parish of Chatton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/A78   27 August 1801
administration bond, penal sum £590; John BOWRON, shop owner, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A79   2 September 1801
administration bond, penal sum £200; William GALLEY, butcher, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A80   24 August 1801
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; William BROWN, farmer, of Deadwater in the parish of Simonburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/A81   26 August 1801
administration bond, penal sum £1,640; John MOOR, farmer, widower, of Great Law in the parish of Kirkharle in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/A82   11 September 1801
administration bond, penal sum £600; Elizabeth WANN, widow, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/A83   12 September 1801
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Ann FENWICK, of Burnopfield in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A84   21 September 1801
administration bond, penal sum £16; Ralph WHITE, bachelor, of Egglescliffe in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A85   8 October 1801
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; David BELL, woollen-draper, bachelor, of in the chapelry of Saint John in the county of Newcastle-upon-Tyne
DPRI/3/1801/A86   3 October 1801
administration bond, penal sum £200; George DENHAM, druggist, widower, of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A87   8 October 1801
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Elizabeth WILSON, widow, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/A88   9 October 1801
administration bond, penal sum £200; Elizabeth JOHNSON, widow, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilda in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A89   21 October 1801
administration bond, penal sum £500; Elizabeth COLE, widow, of parish pf Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A90   24 October 1801
administration bond, penal sum £180; John MEEK, blacksmith, of Newbottle Engine in the parish of Houghton-leSpring in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A91   31 July 1801
administration bond, penal sum £600; John LINDSAY, gentleman, bachelor, of Alnwick in the parish of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/A92   19 October 1801
administration bond, penal sum £400; William COOK, farmer, of Catchside in the parish of Kirkwhelpington in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/A93   29 October 1801
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Thomas BARNES, gentleman, of Walker in the parish of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/A94   30 October 1801
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Thomas HENDERSON, woollen-draper, bachelor, of chapelry of Saint John in the county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1801/A95   31 October 1801
administration bond, penal sum £600; Jane ROBINSON, spinster, of Shincliffe in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A96   2 November 1801
administration bond, penal sum £39; Thomas HALL, mariner, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A97   14 November 1801
administration bond, penal sum £300; William GRANGER, farmer, of chapelry of Esh in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A98   14 November 1801
administration bond, penal sum £200; Francis CORNER, bachelor, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A99   21 November 1801
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; John WHEATLEY, farmer, of Hedleyhope in the parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A100   13 November 1801
administration bond, penal sum £300; William PAXTON, mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A101   22 November 1801
administration bond, penal sum £300; James HALL, of Ayres Key in the parish of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A102   25 November 1801
administration bond, penal sum £100; Thomas HALL, mariner, of Sunderland in the country of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A103   24 November 1801
administration bond, penal sum £1,500; Mary SMITH, spinster, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the county of Newcastle-on-Tyne
DPRI/3/1801/A104   14 November 1801
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Henry WALTON, farmer, of Howgillrigg in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland and Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A105   28 November 1801
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Ralph HERON, esquire, widower, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1801/A106   28 November 1801
administration bond, penal sum £40; Ann KELL, spinster, of parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A107   1 December 1801
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; James BURN, tailor, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A108   10 December 1801
administration bond, penal sum £200; John TURNBULL, master mariner, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/A109/1   8 December 1801
administration bond, penal sum £180; Stephen WHEELWRIGHT, bachelor, of parish to Stockton in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A109/2   27 November 1801
; Stephen WHEELWRIGHT, bachelor, of parish to Stockton in the County of Durham
Lord Bishop of Lincoln granted administration of goods & chattels to deceased's brother
DPRI/3/1801/A109/3-4   8 December 1801
; Stephen WHEELWRIGHT, bachelor, of parish to Stockton in the County of Durham
affadavit of sureties granted to deceased's brother by Lord Bishop of Lincoln
DPRI/3/1801/A110   14 December 1801
administration bond, penal sum £150; Hannah BERRY, widow, of Sedgefield in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/A111   4 December 1801
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; John HIND, esquire, bachelor, of Ovington in the parish of Ovingham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/A112   15 December 1801
administration bond, penal sum £300; Joseph JOBSON, miller, of chapelry of Netherwitton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/A113   8 December 1801
administration bond, penal sum £180; Phillis RICHARDSON, spinster, of Hauxley in the parish of Warkworth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/A114   28 December 1801
administration bond, penal sum £5,090; William JUBB, mariner, of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
Will bonds 1801
Reference: DPRI/3/1801/T
DPRI/3/1801/T1   8 January 1801
will bond, penal sum £320; Joseph LIDDELL, blacksmith, of Galligill in the parish of Alstone and county of Cumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to the relict, there being no named executor or residuary legatee
DPRI/3/1801/T2   12 January 1801
will bond, penal sum £9; John LONGHORN, merchant, of Stockton upon Tees in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/T3   24 January 1801
will bond, penal sum £1,800; Robert DONINSON, yeoman, of Plawsworth Mill in the Parish of Chester-le-Street in the county of Durham. Died 14 January 1801
administration with the will annexed granted to the relict, there being no named executor or residuary legatee
DPRI/3/1801/T4   26 January 1801
will bond, penal sum £39; George LISTER, yeoman, of Redmarshall in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the surviving residuary legatee, the executor having died
DPRI/3/1801/T5   21 February 1801
will bond, penal sum £500; James KELSEY, yeoman, of Brancepeth (Brancepath) in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the residuary legatee, the executor having died
DPRI/3/1801/T6   23 February 1801
will bond, penal sum £190; John MAUGHAN, of Aldston and County of Cumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to the testator's only child, there being no executor or residual legatee
DPRI/3/1801/T7   7 March 1801
will bond, penal sum £400; William TODD, gentleman, of Ouseburn in the chapelry of All Saints without the walls but within the liberties of the town of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to one of the residuary legatees, following death of the executor
DPRI/3/1801/T8   16 March 1801
will bond, penal sum £500; John ARMSTRONG, yeoman, of Esp Mill in the Parish of Simonburn and County of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to trustees for the use and benefit of a minor
DPRI/3/1801/T9/1   21 March 1801
will bond, penal sum £400; Andrew CHISHOLM, nurseryman, of Constant Spring in the parish of Tynemouth near North Shields in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to principal residuary legatee, the sole executor having renounced
DPRI/3/1801/T9/2-3   17 March 1801
renunciation; Andrew CHISHOLM, nurseryman, of Constant Spring in the parish of Tynemouth near North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/T10   27 March 1801
will bond, penal sum £200; William GRUNDY, quarryman, of Gateshead low fell
administration with the will annexed granted to a legatee, the sole executrix having died
DPRI/3/1801/T11   22 March 1801
will bond, penal sum £39; Edward WARDLE, mason, of Long Framlington in the chapelry of Framlington in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to the residuary legatee, the executors having renounced or not acted
DPRI/3/1801/T12   23 April 1801
will bond, penal sum £160; James HUGHES, house broker, of Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to the residuary legatee,the sole executor having died
DPRI/3/1801/T13/1-3   25 May 1801
will bond, penal sum £9; Thomas HALL, tallow-chandler, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted with the will annexed to Nicholas Hall limited to the testator's property in Newcastle, left unadministered by Mary Hall, relict
DPRI/3/1801/T14/1   3 June 1801
will bond, penal sum £500; Elizabeth FIDLER, widow, of Hallgarth Street in the parish of Saint Oswald near the city of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to only surviving residuary legatee, following renunciation of sole executor
DPRI/3/1801/T14/2-4   14 April 1790
renunciation; Elizabeth FIDLER, widow, of Hallgarth Street in the parish of Saint Oswald near the city of Durham
renunciation exhibited 3 June 1801
DPRI/3/1801/T15/1-3   17 April 1801
will bond, penal sum £9; George SPARROW, esquire, of Murton House in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham
grant of administration to William Clavering limited to the testator's interest in property at Low Buston
DPRI/3/1801/T16/1-3   30 July 1801
will bond, penal sum £9; John HUDLESTON, gentleman, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will and codicil annexed granted to John Bailey, limited to the testator's interest in property in Rennington, Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/T17/1   28 July 1801
will bond, penal sum £2,200; Robert ILDERTON, esquire, of Westoe in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the relict and administratrix of the sole executor and residuary legatee
DPRI/3/1801/T17/2-4   29 July 1801
certificate of oath; Robert ILDERTON, esquire, of Westoe in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/T17/5-6   23 July 1801
letter of request; Robert ILDERTON, esquire, of Westoe in the county of Durham
from the bishop of Durham to the bishop of London
DPRI/3/1801/T18   6 May 1801
will bond, penal sum £9; Thomas WRIGHT, stay-maker, of Stockton in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the administrator of the sole executrix and residuary legatee
DPRI/3/1801/T19   28 August 1801
will bond, penal sum £300; William WEDGWOOD, potter, of Newbottle in the Parish of Houghton and County of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the sole executor, following the death of the relict and universal legatee
DPRI/3/1801/T20/1-2   5 September 1801
curation bond, penal sum £500; John ROBERTSON, silversmith, of chapelry of All Saints in theTown and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1801/T21/1   5 September 1801
will bond, penal sum £10,000; John ROBERTSON, silversmith, of chapelry of All Saints in theTown and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to the relict of the deceased, curatrix of the nephew and residuary legatee
DPRI/3/1801/T21/2-3   22 August 1801
renunciation; John ROBERTSON, silversmith, of chapelry of All Saints in theTown and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1801/T21/4-6   28 August 1801
election and acceptance of guardianship; John ROBERTSON, silversmith, of chapelry of All Saints in theTown and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1801/T22   15 September 1801
will bond, penal sum £300; John WARDELL, gentleman, Alnwick in the county of Northumberland, formerly of Crossgate in or near the city of Durham
administration with the will and codicils annexed granted to the son, one of the residuary legatees
DPRI/3/1801/T23   7 September 1801
will bond, penal sum £600; William COMPTON, esquire, of Wester Melkington in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the residuary legatee, following the deaths of the executors
DPRI/3/1801/T24/1   22 October 1801
will bond, penal sum £190; Francis BAXTER, yeoman, of Barns (Barnes) in the parish of Knarsdale and county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to William Robson, the curator of the grandson, following renunciation of the other executor
DPRI/3/1801/T24/2-4   20 August 1801
election and acceptance of guardianship; Francis BAXTER, yeoman, of Barns (Barnes) in the parish of Knarsdale and county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/T24/5   18 August 1801
renunciation; Francis BAXTER, yeoman, of Barns (Barnes) in the parish of Knarsdale and county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1801/T25   3 November 1801
will bond, penal sum £800; Michael YOUNG, farmer, of Burdenside in the Parish of Simonburn and County of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to the tutors and trustees of the sole executor, an infant
DPRI/3/1801/T26/1   10 November 1801
will bond, penal sum £800; Richard THOMPSON, shopkeeper, of Wolsingham in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the relict and residuary legatee, the executors having renounced
DPRI/3/1801/T26/2-3   15 October 1801
renunciation; Richard THOMPSON, shopkeeper, of Wolsingham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1801/T27   21 November 1801
will bond, penal sum £9,000; Richard HUNTLEY, gentleman, of New Road near Sandgate in Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to Sarah Huntley, relict and residuary legatee in trust, no executor being named
DPRI/3/1801/T28   23 November 1801
will bond, penal sum £39; John WHITE, gentleman, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to the father of the executor and residuary legatee, now deceased
DPRI/3/1801/T29/1   30 November 1801
will bond, penal sum £400; Ann LIDDELL, widow, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to the son of the residuary legatee, appointed administrator by decree of court
DPRI/3/1801/T29/2-3   14 November 1801
letter of request; Edward WILSON, gentleman, of South Shields in the county of Durham
letter of request from Durham to London
DPRI/3/1801/T29/4-6   20 November 1801
certificate of oath; Edward WILSON, gentleman, of South Shields in the county of Durham
reply from London to Durham
DPRI/3/1801/T30   20 November 1801
administration bond, penal sum £500; Edward WILSON, gentleman, of South Shields in the county of Durham
administration first granted to the attorney, now deceased, of the residuary legatees, the executor having renounced; administration with the will annexed re-granted to the sister of the deceased, one of the residuary legatees
DPRI/3/1801/T31   26 December 1801
will bond, penal sum £1,000; Jacob REAY, farmer, of Oat market Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to the relict and residuary legatee for life, no executor having been named
Administration bonds 1802
Reference: DPRI/3/1802/A
DPRI/3/1802/A1   7 January 1802
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas CLARK, yeoman, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A2   11 January 1802
administration bond, penal sum £39; William DONNISON, potter, of Middleton in Teasdale in the county of Durham
Oaths on the reverse of the bond.
DPRI/3/1802/A3   11 January 1802
administration bond, penal sum £60; Anne FAIRBRIDGE, spinster, of Chapelry of Saint Andrew in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1802/A4   12 January 1802
administration bond, penal sum £100; William JOPLING, publican, of Benwell Boat House in the Chapelry of Saint John in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne but within that part of the said Chapelry which is situated in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A5/1   18 November 1801
administration bond, penal sum £400; Henry MAWLAM, of West Harlsey in the Parish of Osmotherley in the County of York and also within the Peculiar and spiritual Jurisdiction of Allerton and Allertonshire
Note of swearing of oath on the reverse of the bond.
DPRI/3/1802/A5/2   18 November 1801
declaration instead of an inventory; Henry MAWLAM, of West Harlsey in the Parish of Osmotherley in the County of York and also within the Peculiar and spiritual Jurisdiction of Allerton and Allertonshire
DPRI/3/1802/A6   18 January 1802
administration bond, penal sum £100; Christopher MARRINER, common carrier, of Parish of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A7/1-2   4 January 1802
administration bond, penal sum £32; John RICHARDSON, miner, of Nenthead in the Parish of Alston in the County of Cumberland
Oath of widow noted on the reverse of the Bond
DPRI/3/1802/A8   25 January 1802
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert THOMPSON, yeoman, of Thornley in the Parish of Kelloe in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A9/1-4   23 January 1802
administration bond, penal sum £9; Thomas LIDDELL, esquire, of Newton Hall in the chapelry of Saint Margaret in the County of Durham
grant of administration with the will annexed of the goods left unadministered to George Colpitts limited to the intestate's interest in the manor of Bruntoft or Burntoft at Elwick Hall
DPRI/3/1802/A10   27 January 1802
administration bond, penal sum £150; David MILLS, smith, bachelor, of Sandgate in the Chapelry of All Saints in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1802/A11/1-2   25 January 1802
curation bond, penal sum £500; John ROBINSON, ship-owner, widower, of North Shields in the Parish of Tynemouth in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A12/1   25 January 1802
administration bond, penal sum £500; John ROBINSON, ship-owner, widower, of North Shields in the Parish of Tynemouth in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A12/2-4   22 January 1802
election of guardian; John ROBINSON, ship-owner, widower, of North Shields in the Parish of Tynemouth in the County of Northumberland
with acceptance of guardianship, 22 January 1802
DPRI/3/1802/A13   30 January 1802
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Matthew HEDLEY, gentleman, of the Chapelry of Saint Andrew in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1802/A14   30 January 1802
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; James WARDLE, gentleman, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A15   1 February 1802
administration bond, penal sum £200; Stephen CROSTHWATE, miller, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A16/1   16 February 1802
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Henry ELLISON, infant, bachelor, of Hebburn in the parish of Jarrow in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A16/2-3   3 March 1802
act of court; Henry ELLISON, infant, bachelor, of Hebburn in the parish of Jarrow in the county of Durham
previous administration valued estate under £2,000, declared null and void and new administration granted for value under £10,000
DPRI/3/1802/A17   16 February 1802
administration bond, penal sum £5,000; Stephen HUNTER, master mariner, bachelor, of Chapelry of All Saints in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1802/A18   19 February 1802
administration bond, penal sum £200; James RUTHERFORD, dissenting minister, clerk, of Great Bavington in the Parish of Kirkwelpington in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A19   20 February 1802
administration bond, penal sum £300; Eleanor TODD, spinster, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A20   22 February 1802
administration bond, penal sum £500; Charles Henzell RUTHERFORD, farmer, bachelor, of the Parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A21   23 February 1802
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Edward JAMES, merchant, of the Chapelry of AllSaints in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1802/A22   18 February 1802
administration bond, penal sum £160; William BELL, farmer, of Featherwood in the Parish of Elsdon in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A23/1-2   15 March 1802
administration bond, penal sum £500; John ATTY, flax-dresser, of Stockton in the County of Durham
Sworn oath noted on the reverse of the bond.
DPRI/3/1802/A24   4 May 1802
administration bond, penal sum £500; Thomas BULCRAIG, waterman, of Spicer Lane in the Chapelry of All Saints in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne and the Doicese of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A25   17 April 1800
administration bond, penal sum £150; James BOOTH, mariner, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A26   21 April 1802
administration bond, penal sum £180; Edward BELL, master mariner, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A27   30 March 1802
administration bond, penal sum £200; George BECK, miner, of Wagtail Hall in the Chapelry of Hunstanworth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A28   20 March 1802
administration bond, penal sum £500; Thomas BOWRAN, ship-owner, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A29/1-2   17 March 1802
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas BASS, innholder, bachelor, of Barnard Castle in the County of Durham
Note of swearing of oath on the reverse of the bond.
DPRI/3/1802/A30   23 February 1802
administration bond, penal sum £32; John BAINBRIDGE, blacksmith, of Wolsingham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A31   27 March 1802
administration bond, penal sum £180; Matthew COWEN, yeoman, widower, of Old Town in the Parish of Whitfield in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A32   30 March 1802
administration bond, penal sum £600; William CARTWRIGHT, gentleman, of Westgate in the parochial Chapelry of Saint John the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1802/A33/1   11 March 1802
administration bond, penal sum £200; Mary HALL, spinster, of New Elvet in the Parish of Saint Oswald near the City of Durham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A33/2-3   11 March 1802
execution of oath; Mary HALL, spinster, of New Elvet in the Parish of Saint Oswald near the City of Durham in the county of Durham
sworn in York by administrix, sister of deceased
DPRI/3/1802/A33/4   3 March 1802
letter of request; Mary HALL, spinster, of New Elvet in the Parish of Saint Oswald near the City of Durham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A34   26 February 1802
administration bond, penal sum £190; John HOGARTH, clerk, widower, of Kirknewton in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A35   17 April 1802
administration bond, penal sum £39; Joseph HARDY, pitman, of Byker in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A36/1   5 March 1802
administration bond, penal sum £300; George HARVEY, otherwise Hervie, mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A36/2-3   9 February 1802
renunciation; George HARVEY, otherwise Hervie, mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham
Sisters of the deceased residing in the Parishes of Cross and Burness in the County of Orkney belonging to North Britain.
DPRI/3/1802/A37   2 March 1802
administration bond, penal sum £39; Elizabeth KIDD, widow, of the Parish of Knaisdale in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A38   29 April 1802
administration bond, penal sum £39; Richard LOWTHAIN, mariner, of North Shields in the Parish of Tynemouth in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A39   13 April 1802
administration bond, penal sum £10; John MILBURN, miner, of Black-Cleugh in the Parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A40   27 March 1802
administration bond, penal sum £200; William MEIN, watchmaker, of the Parish of Saint Nicholas in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1802/A41   13 March 1802
administration bond, penal sum £39; John MORTEN, miner, of Howburn in the Parish of Alston in the County of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A42   28 April 1802
administration bond, penal sum £400; John NILES, innkeeper, of South Shields in the Parish of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A43   21 April 1802
administration bond, penal sum £250; Andrew OLIVER, shepherd, of Hazelton Ridge in the Parish of Alnham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A44   12 March 1802
administration bond, penal sum £190; Paul PURDY, mariner, of North Shields the Parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A45   14 May 1802
administration bond, penal sum £300; Michael PRATT, yeoman, widower, of Comb Hills in the Chapelry of Slaley in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A46   10 May 1802
administration bond, penal sum £39; Robert HALL, husbandman, of Ovington in the Parish of Ovington in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A47   19 May 1802
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Michael DOBSON, brandy-merchant, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A48   14 May 1802
administration bond, penal sum £200; Peter EMERSON, weaver, of Sedgefield in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A49   1 May 1802
administration bond, penal sum £180; Thomas RIDLEY, of Lindenhead in the Parish of Simonburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A50   7 April 1802
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; William ROBINSON, tanner, widower, of Norton in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A51   13 March 1802
administration bond, penal sum £39; Thomas ROBSON, bachelor, of Witch Crook in the Parish of Simonburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A52   17 May 1802
administration bond, penal sum £600; John Hill ROCKWOOD, an infant, bachelor, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A53   20 March 1802
administration bond, penal sum £500; James SWANN, farmer, of Denwick in the Parish of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A54   30 April 1802
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert TOPLIN, master mariner, of Whitburn in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A55   18 March 1802
administration bond, penal sum £150; John TALINTYRE, of the Parish of Saint Nicholas in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1802/A56   15 May 1802
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann THOMPSON, spinster, of Pittington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A57   24 April 1802
administration bond, penal sum £300; Agnes WALKER, spinster, of Stockton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A58   12 April 1802
administration bond, penal sum £2,800; William WHITTINGHAM, mariner, bachelor, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A59   29 March 1802
administration bond, penal sum £100; Ann WRIGHT, spinster, of Witton Gilbert in the Chapelry of Witton Gilbert whithin the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A60   26 March 1802
administration bond, penal sum £39; Nicholas WALTON, agent, of Alston in the County of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A61   30 March 1802
administration bond, penal sum £600; Isabella WINDRAM, of the Westgate in the parochial Chapelry of Saint John in the Town and County of Newcactle upon Tyne. but in that part of the said Chapelry which is within the county of Northumberland.
DPRI/3/1802/A62   20 March 1802
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; John WRIGHT, gentleman, of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A63   18 March 1802
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; William WARD, surgeon, of the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A64   7 March 1802
administration bond, penal sum £500; Richard YOUNGER, yeoman, of Toftgate in the Chapelry of Lamesley in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A65   22 May 1802
administration bond, penal sum £200; Andrew ADAMS, waterman, of the Chapelry of Saint Andrew in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1802/A66   26 May 1802
administration bond, penal sum £39; Thomas CARR, brewer, widower, of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A67   6 February 1802
administration bond, penal sum £8,000; John POTTS, farmer, of Mindrum Mill in the Parish of Carham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A68   31 May 1802
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert KAY, farmer, of Three Gates in the Parish of Hart in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A69   29 May 1802
administration bond, penal sum £200; Francis RAFFLE, yeoman, of Eighton Banks in the Chapelry of Lamesley in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A70   4 June 1802
administration bond, penal sum £260; Dorothy ROBINSON, widow, of High Conscliffe in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A71   9 June 1802
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ann BURRELL, widow, of Wolviston in the County of Durham
Note of swearing of the oath on the reverse of the bond.
DPRI/3/1802/A72   14 June 1802
administration bond, penal sum £1,400; William CRIGHTON, master mariner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A73/1-3   16 June 1802
administration bond, penal sum £9; Richard ROGERSON, gentleman, of the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1802/A74   22 June 1802
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Joseph HALL, blacksmith, widower, of Bells Close in the Parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A75
administration bond, penal sum £560; William THOMPSON, tailor, bachelor, of Haltwhistle in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A76   29 June 1802
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; John WHITE, merchant, of the Parish of Saint Nicholas in the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A77   5 July 1802
administration bond, penal sum £1,800; Ann BRUNTON, widow, of the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1802/A78   6 July 1802
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Jane WOODHOUSE, spinster, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A79   9 July 1802
administration bond, penal sum £800; Samuel ROBINSON, yeoman, bachelor, of Great Lumley in the Parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A80   9 July 1802
administration bond, penal sum £140; William SUMMERBELL, yeoman, bachelor, of Parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A81   10 July 1802
administration bond, penal sum £9; Robert BARRON, miner, widower, of Nenthead in the Parish of Alston in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A82   25 June 1802
administration bond, penal sum £30; Ann KIRSOP, late wife of Edward Kirsop deceased, of Corby Gates in the Parish of Alston in the County of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A83   19 July 1802
administration bond, penal sum £500; Thomasine HORNSLEY, widow, of Crossgate in the Chapelry of Saint Margaret in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A84/1-7   19 June 1802
administration bond, penal sum £9; Richard SHELLY, esquire, of the Parish of Saint George Hanover Square in the County of Middlesex
Richard Shelly was related by marriage to the Salvin family, whose estates in County Durham are detailed: Croxdale, Butterwick, Burntoft,Toft, Wolviston, Shotton, Sedgefield, Elwick and Billingham.
DPRI/3/1802/A85   28 July 1802
administration bond, penal sum £20; William HARDY, husbandman, of Parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A86   31 July 1802
administration bond, penal sum £200; William WILSON, draper, of Alnwick in the Parish of Alnwick in the County Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A87   28 July 1802
administration bond, penal sum £30; Sarah LEE, widow, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A88   6 August 1802
administration bond, penal sum £39; Ann EMERSON, widow, of Parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A89/10-11   6 April 1801
substitution of proctors; Sarah WILSON, bastard, spinster, of the Chapelry of Saint Andrew in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died April 1796
substitution of the Advocate General and Procurator General appointing proctors of the Consistory Court of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A89/1   27 July 1802
administration bond, penal sum £400; Sarah WILSON, bastard, spinster, of the Chapelry of Saint Andrew in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died April 1796
DPRI/3/1802/A89/2   27 July 1802
affidavit; Sarah WILSON, bastard, spinster, of the Chapelry of Saint Andrew in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died April 1796
oath by John Wright and William Wilson Benson of their financial worth
DPRI/3/1802/A89/3-4   27 July 1802
declaration instead of an inventory; Sarah WILSON, bastard, spinster, of the Chapelry of Saint Andrew in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died April 1796
declaration by Sarah Smailes, Elizabeth Calton, Mary Roper, and Jane Maxwell of the value of the estate
DPRI/3/1802/A89/5-7   28 June 1802
monition; Sarah WILSON, bastard, spinster, of the Chapelry of Saint Andrew in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died April 1796
executed, 4 July 1802
DPRI/3/1802/A89/8-9   18 May 1801
king's warrant; Sarah WILSON, bastard, spinster, of the Chapelry of Saint Andrew in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died April 1796
King's warrant (under sign manual) to the Advocate General and Procurator General to obtain letters of administration granting administration to nominees (Sarah Smailes etc.) for the use of the King
DPRI/3/1802/A90   11 August 1802
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; John HAUNCH, farmer, of Flatworth-water-side in the Parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A91   9 August 1802
administration bond, penal sum £599; William HASSALL, surgeon, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A91A   13 August 1802
administration bond, penal sum £1,800; Robert SURTEES, esquire, widower, of Mainsforth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A93   21 August 1802
administration bond, penal sum £500; Thomas MORGAN, shipwright, of the Parish of Whitburn in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A94/1   26 August 1802
administration bond, penal sum £600; Elizabeth RAWLING, widow, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A94/2-3   26 August 1802
curation bond; Elizabeth RAWLING, widow, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A95   28 August 1802
administration bond, penal sum £200; Sarah WILSON, widow, of Alnmouth in the Parish of Lesbury in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A96   4 September 1802
administration bond, penal sum £400; William SMITH, innkeeper, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A97   9 September 1802
administration bond, penal sum £180; John GRIERSON, poulterer, widower, of the Parish of Saint Nicholas in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1802/A98   4 September 1802
administration bond, penal sum £500; Eleanor WHITFIELD, spinster, of the Chapelry of Esh in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A99   21 September 1802
administration bond, penal sum £190; George BAINBRIDGE, of Gatecastle in the Parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A100   1 October 1802
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Thomas PARK, master mariner, of South Shields in the Chapelry of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A101   7 October 1802
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Robert RAMSEY, master mariner, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A102   27 September 1802
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Joseph ROGERSON, master mariner, of North Shields in the County of Northumberland but at Lower Shadwell in the County of Middlesex.
DPRI/3/1802/A103   13 October 1802
administration bond, penal sum £150; Thomas ALLISON, cordwainer, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A104   15 October 1802
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Robert GOWANS, shipbuilder, of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1802/A105   18 October 1802
administration bond, penal sum £500; Robert RICHLEY, butcher, widower, of Corbridge in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A106   22 October 1802
administration bond, penal sum £200; Dorothy HESKET, of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A107/1-3   22 September 1802
election of guardians; Jacob JAMSON, master mariner, widower, of the Township of Chirton in the Parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
children of the deceased are minors
DPRI/3/1802/A107/4-5   23 October 1802
curation; Jacob JAMSON, master mariner, widower, of the Township of Chirton in the Parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
curation bond of deceased's children by their uncles.
DPRI/3/1802/A107/6-7   28 October 1802
curation bond; Jacob JAMSON, master mariner, widower, of the Township of Chirton in the Parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A108   28 October 1802
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Jacob JAMSON, master mariner, widower, of the Township of Chirton in the Parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A109   8 November 1802
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Edward ATKINSON, innkeeper, of the Chapelry of AllSaints in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1802/A110   8 November 1802
administration bond, penal sum £500; James CALTON, agent, of the Chapelry of All Saints in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1802/A111   8 November 1802
administration bond, penal sum £39; Daniel MACKAY, ship-carpenter, bachelor, of South Shields in the Chapelry of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A112   5 November 1802
administration bond, penal sum £39; Ann WALTON, spinster, of Alston in the County of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A113   5 November 1802
administration bond, penal sum £39; Joseph WALTIN, miner, bachelor, of Alston in the County of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A114   10 November 1802
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; John BURRELL, gentleman, bachelor, of Wolviston in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A115   20 November 1802
administration bond, penal sum £30; Stephen SMITH, pitman, of Cays Burn in the Parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A116/1   13 November 1802
administration bond, penal sum £500; Jane MILLS, widow, of Gallowgate in the Chapelry of Saint Andrew in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1802/A116/2   18 November 1802
authorisation of administration of bond ; Jane MILLS, widow, of Gallowgate in the Chapelry of Saint Andrew in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
Letter of Authorisation from Court at York for Durham to administer the Bond.
DPRI/3/1802/A116/4-6   19 November 1802
letter of administration; Jane MILLS, widow, of Gallowgate in the Chapelry of Saint Andrew in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
Letter of Administration and Oath of Bondsman.
DPRI/3/1802/A117   20 November 1802
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; William SAINT, gentleman, bachelor, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A118   23 November 1802
administration bond, penal sum £500; James BOAK, shipwright, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A119   23 November 1802
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Andrew MERRIN, master mariner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A120   26 November 1802
administration bond, penal sum £80; John HAMILTON, stay-maker, of Hallgarth Street in the Parish of Saint Oswald in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A121   19 November 1802
administration bond, penal sum £39; James VAUX, joiner, cabinet-maker, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A122   24 November 1802
administration bond, penal sum £39; Thomas SCOTT, miner, of Alston in the County of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A123   30 November 1802
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Thomas LIDDELL, tailor, widower, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A124/1-4   23 November 1802
administration bond, penal sum £9; William ANCRAM, Ancrum, gentleman, of Weetwood in the Parish of Chatton in the county of Northumberland.
DPRI/3/1802/A125   6 December 1802
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Mary MILLS, widow, of the Chapelry of Saint Andrew in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1802/A126   2 December 1802
administration bond, penal sum £500; Cuthbert THORNTON, seaman, bachelor, of Norton in the County of Durham
Oath of administratrix endorsed.
DPRI/3/1802/A127   11 December 1802
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; George BROWN, mariner, of the Chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/A128   14 December 1802
administration bond, penal sum £150; Ann WALKER, nee Turner, of Parish of Saint Giles in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/A129   20 December 1802
administration bond, penal sum £500; Elizabeth NICHOLSON, widow, of Old Elvet near the City of Durham
Will bonds 1802
Reference: DPRI/3/1802/T
DPRI/3/1802/T1-3   3 April 1802
will bond, penal sum £9; John BALL, esquire, of the parish of Sedgefield in the county formerly of Hampton Court in the County of Middlesex.
DPRI/3/1802/T1   9 February 1802
will bond, penal sum £500; Mark ELSTOB, schoolmaster, of Shotton in the Parish of Easington in the county of Durham
note on swearing of oath on the reverse of the bond.
DPRI/3/1802/T2   12 February 1802
will bond, penal sum £1,800; William DUNTZE, whitesmith, of Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1802/T3   20 February 1802
will bond, penal sum £39; Joseph KING, grocer, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/T5   27 March 1802
will bond, penal sum £5,000; William GILL, gentleman, of Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1802/T6   26 April 1802
will bond, penal sum £200; John PAWSON, gentleman, of Town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1802/T7   4 June 1802
will bond, penal sum £700; Thomas ROBINSON, of Langton in the Parish of Gainford in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/T8/1-3   24 May 1802
will bond, penal sum £9; Thomas THOMPSON, farmer, of Heaton in the parish or parochial chappelry of All Saints in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1802/T9/1-4   19 June 1802
will bond, penal sum £9; Hendry HOPPER, gentleman, formerly of the parish of Saint Nicholas in the city of Durham, but late of Crook Hall in the chapelry of Saint Margaret in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/T10   9 July 1802
will bond, penal sum £400; Mary ORD, wife of Christopher Ord, of Moor Mill in the chapelry of Lamesley in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/T11   25 March 1802
will bond, penal sum £500; Thomas HUTTON, yeoman, of Parish of Bishop Wearmouth, formerly of Stranton,in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/T12/1-3   15 September 1802
administration bond, penal sum £9; Reginald HOLME, factor, of (chapelry of All Saints in the )town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1802/T13   25 September 1802
will bond, penal sum £9; Eleanor BURN, wife of William Burn, farmer, widow, of Ford in the county of Durham,late of High Hendon in the Parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/T14   25 September 1802
will bond, penal sum £2,000; Robert HICKSON, gentleman, of Seaton in the Parish of Seaham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1802/T15/1   13 November 1802
will bond, penal sum £9; John MAUGHAM, yeoman, of Sherborn in the Parish of Hall Garth in the county of Durham (township of Shadforth)
DPRI/3/1802/T15/2-4   25 September 1802
renunciation; John MAUGHAM, yeoman, of Sherborn in the Parish of Hall Garth in the county of Durham (township of Shadforth)
renunciation by John Davison.
Administration bonds 1803
Reference: DPRI/3/1803/A
DPRI/3/1803/A1   1 January 1803
administration bond, penal sum £200; Jane GIBSON, of Stranton
DPRI/3/1803/A2   3 January 1803
administration bond, penal sum £200; John BRYSON, clock-maker, watchmaker, of late of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A3   15 January 1803
administration bond, penal sum £300; Elizabeth BYGATE, widow, of heretofor of Snaith late of Easington in the parish of Easington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A5   24 January 1803
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Garthwaite ROBINSON, merchant, of late of the parish of Saint Nicholas in the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A6   11 January 1803
administration bond, penal sum £39; Isabell GREENWELL, of late of Wolsingham
DPRI/3/1803/A7
administration bond; George WAKEFIELD, gentleman, bachelor, of late of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
administration granted, relating to goods left unadministered
DPRI/3/1803/A8   25 January 1803
administration bond, penal sum £39; James SIMPSON, shipwright, of late of South Shields in the chapelry of saint Hilda in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A9   24 January 1803
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Richard FORSTER, yeoman, of late of Black Callerton in the parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1803/A10   2 February 1803
administration bond, penal sum £39; Robert JACKSON, of late of Frosterley in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A11   12 February 1803
administration bond, penal sum £500; Jane LITTLE, widow, of Hallgarth Street in the parish of Saint Oswald in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A12   12 February 1803
administration bond, penal sum £8,000; John HUDSON, wharfinger, bachelor, of late of the chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle
DPRI/3/1803/A13/1
administration bond, penal sum £1,100; Thomasine RAWLING, widow, of late of Bishop Auckland in the parish of Saint Andrew Auckland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A14   17 February 1803
administration bond, penal sum £15,000; Ralph HARRISON, gentleman, bachelor, of late of Framwelgate in the chapelry of Saint Margaret in or near the city of Durham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A15   19 February 1803
administration bond, penal sum £600; Cuthbert NIXON, yeoman, widower, of late of Winlaton in the parish of Ryton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A16   17 February 1803
administration bond, penal sum £8,000; John WRIGHT, shipbuilder, widower, of late of the chapelry of saint Hilds in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A17   19 February 1803
administration bond, penal sum £200; William FEARON, esquire, of late of the chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1803/A18   21 February 1803
administration bond, penal sum £220; Cuthbert BURNUP, cartwright, widower, of late of the chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne but in that part of the chapelry which is in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1803/A19/1-2   21 February 1803
curation bond, penal sum £8,000; William WOOD, esquire, widower, of late of Presson in the parish of Carham in the county of Northumberland. Died 6 January 1803
DPRI/3/1803/A19/3-6   11 February 1803
appointment of guardian; William WOOD, esquire, widower, of late of Presson in the parish of Carham in the county of Northumberland. Died 6 January 1803
with acceptance of guardianship, 11 February 1803
DPRI/3/1803/A20   21 February 1803
administration bond, penal sum £8,000; William WOOD, esquire, widower, of late of Presson in the parish of Carham in the county of Northumberland. Died 6 January 1803
DPRI/3/1803/A21   19 February 1803
administration bond, penal sum £500; William MATTHEW, butcher, bachelor, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A22   25 February 1803
administration bond, penal sum £39; Joseph GIBSON, yeoman, of Woodland in the parish of Cockfield in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A23   26 February 1803
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Stephen HANDCOCK, surgeon, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A24   28 February 1894
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Amos BARNES, plumber, copper-smith, bachelor, of late of the chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1803/A25   26 February 1803
administration bond, penal sum £1,120; William BUCKTON, of of the parish of Wolsingham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A26/1   24 February 1803
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Robert Wemyss SPEARMAN, esquire, widower, of late of the chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1803/A26/2-3   24 February 1803
cetificate of oath; Robert Wemyss SPEARMAN, esquire, widower, of late of the chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1803/A26/4-5   2 February 1803
letter of request; Robert Wemyss SPEARMAN, esquire, widower, of late of the chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1803/A27   8 March 1803
administration bond, penal sum £190; Joseph PRIOR, butcher, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1803/A28   9 March 1803
administration bond, penal sum £200; Elizabeth SELBY, widow, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1803/A29   12 March 1803
administration bond, penal sum £500; William YOUNG, yeoman, bachelor, of late of Walls End in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1803/A30
administration bond; William TOWERS, widower, of late of New House in the parish of Aycliffe in the county of Durham
administration granted to executrix of the deceased son of the deceased
DPRI/3/1803/A31   14 March 1803
administration bond, penal sum £150; John CLARK, tide-surveyor, of chapelry of all saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1803/A32   14 March 1803
administration bond, penal sum £120; George DIXON, joiner, of chapelry of All Saints without the walls but within the liberties of the town and county of Newcastle upon tyne
DPRI/3/1803/A33   14 March 1803
administration bond, penal sum £60; Dennis MURPHY, of Stockton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A34   16 March 1803
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Henry ATKINSON, yeoman, bachelor, of Penpench in the parish of Haltwistle
DPRI/3/1803/A35   16 March 1803
administration bond, penal sum £39; John TAYLOR, weaver, widower, of Barnard Castle in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A36   16 March 1803
administration bond, penal sum £150; William TAYLOR, yeoman, bachelor, of Barnard Castle in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A37   18 March 1803
administration bond, penal sum £3,500; William BEATES, ship-owner, of Blyth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1803/A38   21 March 1803
administration bond, penal sum £1,500; Matthew HILL, master mariner, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A39   19 March 1803
administration bond, penal sum £500; John HEWETSON, miner, bachelor, of parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1803/A40   17 March 1803
administration bond, penal sum £150; George CRAWFORD, butcher, widower, of Preston Grange in the parish of Aycliffe
endorsed with certificate of oath, 17 Mar 1803
DPRI/3/1803/A41   26 March 1803
administration bond, penal sum £180; Charles CHRISTON, wine-merchant, spirit-merchant, of parish of Sunderland
DPRI/3/1803/A42   31 March 1803
administration bond, penal sum £500; Valentine KIRKUP, cornfactor, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1803/A43   31 March 1803
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Wright REED, farmer, of parish of Sedgefield in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A44   5 April 1803
administration bond, penal sum £200; George BARNES, clerk, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1803/A45   9 April 1803
administration bond, penal sum £500; Robert YOUNGER, farmer, of Barnston in the parish of Washington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A46   6 April 1803
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Frances COULSON, spinster, of Jesmond in the chapelry of Saint Andrew 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/3/1803/A47   9 April 1803
administration bond, penal sum £39; William BELL, miner, of parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1803/A48   9 April 1803
administration bond, penal sum £200; Joseph CLARK, gentleman, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to the executors of the intestate's widow
DPRI/3/1803/A49   12 April 1803
administration bond, penal sum £39; John TWEDDLE, farmer, of East Gate in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham
endorsed with certificate of oath, 12 Apr 1803
DPRI/3/1803/A50   14 April 1803
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Joseph BARKER, master mariner, bachelor, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A51   2 April 1803
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; George HEPPLE, yeoman, of Bygate in the parish of Stamfordham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1803/A52   16 April 1803
administration bond, penal sum £20; George NOBLE, shopkeeper, of the parish of Stamfordham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1803/A53   21 April 1803
administration bond, penal sum £8,000; Susannah TURTON, widow, of Whickham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A54   30 April 1803
administration bond, penal sum £9; John HIMERS, miner, of Galligill in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1803/A55   3 May 1803
administration bond, penal sum £500; Caleb WATSON, yeoman, of the parish of St Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1803/A56   3 May 1803
administration bond, penal sum £500; Thomas DICKMAN, of the chapelry of All Saints in the town and country of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1803/A57   4 May 1803
administration bond, penal sum £600; William ANDERSON, master mariner, of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A58   10 May 1803
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; George HUDSON, merchant, of Chster le Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A59   6 May 1803
administration bond, penal sum £9; George CLOSE, miner, widower, of Alston in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1803/A60   7 May 1803
administration bond, penal sum £9; Henry HALDON, clogger, of Alston in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1803/A61   9 May 1803
administration bond, penal sum £39; Edward WOODMASS, yeoman, bachelor, of Galligill in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1803/A62   11 May 1803
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Faith OLIVER, widow, of parish of St Giles in the county of Durham
endorsed by oath, 11 May 1803
DPRI/3/1803/A63   13 May 1803
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Arthur ALLAN, master mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A64   12 May 1803
administration bond, penal sum £600; John ROBINSON, carpenter, of Howdon Pans in the parish of Walls End in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1803/A65   21 May 1803
administration bond, penal sum £39; Thomas TEASDALE, joiner, of of Monkwearmouth Shore in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A66   27 May 1803
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Ann HEWSON, widow, of Whitburn in the parish of Whitburn in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A67   28 May 1803
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Eleanor CORNER, spinster, of Sedgefield in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A68/1   13 June 1803
administration bond, penal sum £440; George BOWE, clerk, of Shilbottle in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1803/A68/2   13 June 1803
affidavit; George BOWE, clerk, of Shilbottle in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1803/A68/3-5   28 May 1803
renunciation; George BOWE, clerk, of Shilbottle in the County of Northumberland
exhibited, 10 June 1803
DPRI/3/1803/A69   9 May 1803
administration bond, penal sum £800; Ralph DIXON, blacksmith, bachelor, of Wolsingham in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A70   18 June 1803
administration bond, penal sum £560; Ann TODD, widow, of Stockton in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A71   20 June 1803
administration bond, penal sum £180; William ENGLISH, brewer, bachelor, of Sunderland in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A72   6 June 1803
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; James ROBSON, husbandman, of Redmire in the parish of Simonburn in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1803/A73   1 July 1803
administration bond, penal sum £200; Christopher DUCKETT, yeoman, of White House in the parish of Middleton Saint George in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A74   27 June 1803
administration bond, penal sum £500; William WEST, innkeeper, widower, of Chester le Street in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A75   8 July 1803
administration bond, penal sum £150; Peter EMERSON, weaver, of Sedgefield in the parish of Sedgefield in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A76   13 July 1803
administration bond, penal sum £180; Hugh BIRD, miller, of Coxhoe Mile in the parish of Kelloe in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A77   12 July 1803
administration bond, penal sum £500; Elizabeth FLEMING, widow, of Toll Square in the parish of Tynemouth in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1803/A78   2 July 1803
administration bond, penal sum £800; Anthony BUSTIN, of Chapelry of St. John's in the parish of Stanhope in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A79   7 June 1803
administration bond, penal sum £300; Ann BAINBRIDGE, widow, of Windyside in the chapelry of Saint John in Weardale in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A80   16 July 1803
administration bond, penal sum £9; Ann FAIRLAM, widow, of Cowgate in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1803/A81   23 July 1803
administration bond, penal sum £1,800; John ELLCOAT, yeoman, of Woodham in the parish of Aycliffe in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A82   27 July 1803
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; George THIRLWALL, farmer, of Shield Hall in the parish of Slaley in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1803/A83   3 August 1803
administration bond, penal sum £9; Joseph WARD, mariner, of Wood Street in the parish of Sunderland in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A84   8 August 1803
administration bond, penal sum £500; Michael PINDER, master mariner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1803/A85   2 July 1803
administration bond, penal sum £500; Jane BELL, spinster, of Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1803/A86   15 August 1803
administration bond, penal sum £1,800; George DOBSON, ship-owner, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A87   13 August 1803
administration bond, penal sum £190; Mary RICHMOND, widow, of parish of Saint Giles near the City of Durham in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A88   17 August 1803
administration bond, penal sum £180; Ann TURNER, widow, of Alston in the parish of Alston in the County of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1803/A89   6 September 1803
administration bond, penal sum £500; Jane WILKINSON, widow, of Chapelry of Saint Helen Auckland in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A90/1-2   17 September 1803
administration bond, penal sum £9; William PINKNEY, barber, of parish of Sunderland in the county of Durham
the administration is limited to a lease regarding some messuage in Pewterers or Lombard Street in Sunderland
DPRI/3/1803/A91   26 September 1803
administration bond, penal sum £140; William GILLIS, of parish of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1803/A92   13 September 1803
administration bond, penal sum £600; John WINLOW, butcher, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1803/A93   30 September 1803
administration bond, penal sum £9; Thomas DALE, miner, bachelor, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A94   30 September 1803
administration bond, penal sum £9; Robert DALE, miner, bachelor, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A95   3 September 1803
administration bond, penal sum £15,000; William WINSHIP, gentleman, of Cambo in the parish of Hartburn in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Isabel Winship, relict
DPRI/3/1803/A96   12 October 1803
administration bond, penal sum £9; William BOWES, yeoman, widower, of Benridge in the parish of Mitford in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1803/A97   10 October 1803
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; John DONALDSON, farmer, of Windmill Hill in the parish of Ancroft in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A98   18 October 1803
administration bond, penal sum £200; Henry GUY, stamp duties collector, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1803/A99   20 October 1803
administration bond, penal sum £400; George HETHERINGTON, miner, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
the widow of George Hetherington, Ann, has died since her husbands death
DPRI/3/1803/A100   21 October 1803
administration bond, penal sum £500; George JOHNSON, ship-owner, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1803/A101   22 October 1803
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Walter GRIEVE, farmer, widower, of Love Lady Shield in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1803/A102   4 November 1803
administration bond, penal sum £500; Robert BRIGGS, yeoman, widower, of Coundon in the parish of Saint Andrew Auckland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A103   3 November 1803
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Mary WILKINSON, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A104   7 November 1803
administration bond, penal sum £3,900; Amor RICHARDSON, farmer, of Ellington in the parish of Woodhorn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1803/A105/1-8   7 October 1803
administration bond, penal sum £5; Richard SHELLY, esquire, of parish of Saint George Hanover Square in the county of Middlesex
grant of administration to Miles Patrick limited to the intestate's interest in property at Owton
DPRI/3/1803/A106   8 November 1803
administration bond, penal sum £400; John MASON, yeoman, widower, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1803/A107   11 November 1803
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; William HEDLEY, merchant, of township of Elswick in the 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/3/1803/A108   14 November 1803
administration bond, penal sum £100; Percival HALL, farmer, of parish of Washington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A109   14 November 1803
administration bond, penal sum £500; John Hutchinson GOODRICK, cabinet-maker, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcatle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1803/A110   14 November 1803
administration bond, penal sum £500; Mary DENHAM, spinster, of parish of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1803/A111   15 November 1803
administration bond, penal sum £200; William LILLY, ship-carpenter, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A112   22 November 1803
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Thomas ALLANSHAW, master mariner, of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1803/A113   14 November 1803
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; William WALKER, grocer, of chapelry of All Saints in the twon and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1803/A114/1   16 November 1803
administration bond, penal sum £18,000; John PRINGLE, farmer, bachelor, of Heaton in the chapelry of Cornhill in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1803/A114/2   16 November 1803
affidavit; John PRINGLE, farmer, bachelor, of Heaton in the chapelry of Cornhill in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1803/A115   28 November 1803
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; William GREEN, merchant, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1803/A116/1-2   30 November 1803
curation bond, penal sum £1,000; Samuel CARR, bricklayer, widower, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died November 1803
DPRI/3/1803/A116/3-5   23 November 1803
acceptance of guardianship; Samuel CARR, bricklayer, widower, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died November 1803
DPRI/3/1803/A117/1   30 November 1803
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Samuel CARR, bricklayer, widower, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died November 1803
DPRI/3/1803/A118   1 December 1803
administration bond, penal sum £600; Bartholomew BOWLT, boat-builder, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A119   2 December 1803
administration bond, penal sum £1,500; John DAVIDSON, carpenter, of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1803/A120   1 December 1803
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; George LUDLOW, wharfinger, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1803/A121   6 December 1803
administration bond, penal sum £400; George HETHERINGTON, miner, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
Administration granted to creditors because goods have been left unadministered by widow and son of George Hetherington (since also deceased)
DPRI/3/1803/A122   14 November 1803
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Ralph WATSON, husbandman, bachelor, of Ingoe in the parish of Stamfordham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1803/A123   3 December 1803
administration bond, penal sum £30,000; Thomas LONGRIDGE, widower, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1803/A124   3 December 1803
administration bond, penal sum £39; Nicholas CUMMINS, fruiterer, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1803/A125   7 December 1803
administration bond, penal sum £100; John HALL, bachelor, of Lamesley in the chapelry of Lamesley in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A126   10 December 1803
administration bond, penal sum £800; Forster CHARLTON, yeoman, 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/3/1803/A127   10 December 1803
administration bond, penal sum £500; James ELLIOTT, miner, of Nenthall in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1803/A128   13 December 1803
administration bond, penal sum £600; Elizabeth WRIGHT, widow, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1803/A129/1-4   16 December 1803
administration bond, penal sum £9; Joseph LIDDELL, merchant, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted limited to property in Kibblesworth
DPRI/3/1803/A130/1-4   16 December 1803
administration bond, penal sum £9; Henry DALTON, brewer, baker, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted limited to property in Kibblesworth
DPRI/3/1803/A131/1   22 December 1803
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert READHEAD, mariner, bachelor, of belonging to the merchant ship Major Edward major master of South Shields in the transport service. Died March 1803
DPRI/3/1803/A131/2-3   14 December 1803
renunciation; Robert READHEAD, mariner, bachelor, of belonging to the merchant ship Major Edward major master of South Shields in the transport service. Died March 1803
DPRI/3/1803/A133   22 December 1803
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Jane LYON, spinster, of Hutton House in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A134   31 December 1803
administration bond, penal sum £10; Isaac WHITE, farmer, of Alston in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1803/A135/1   31 December 1803
administration bond, penal sum £200; William POTTS, sail-maker, bachelor, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A135/2   19 December 1803
letter of request; William POTTS, sail-maker, bachelor, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
letter from Bishop of Durham to the Archbishop of York requesting that the executor be sworn
DPRI/3/1803/A135/3   29 December 1803
letter of authorisation; William POTTS, sail-maker, bachelor, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/A135/4   31 December 1803
letter; William POTTS, sail-maker, bachelor, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
letter certifying that the administration of oath was carried out
DPRI/3/1803/A136   22 August 1803
administration bond, penal sum £1,100; Thomas MAIN, farmer, of Cheswick in the parish of Ancroft in the county of Durham
Will bonds 1803
Reference: DPRI/3/1803/T
DPRI/3/1803/T1/1   10 February 1803
will bond, penal sum £1,900; Margaret CARR, spinster, of Hanover Square in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to Joseph Cook, the administrator of the nephew sole executor and residuary legatee of Margaret Carr, the other nephew's administrator having renounced (and since died)
DPRI/3/1803/T1/2-4   13 December 1802
renunciation; Margaret CARR, spinster, of Hanover Square in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
renunciation of David Latimer Tinling, administrator; exhibited 17 Dec 1802; administration with the will annexed decreed to be granted to Joseph Cook, 17 Dec 1802
DPRI/3/1803/T1/5-6   17 August 1802
deposition; Christian THOMPSON, of (Kielder Castle in the) chapelry of Falstone in the county of Northumberland
George Batty affirms that Christian Batty his wife, the grand-daughter sole executrix and residuary legatee of Christan Thompson, eloped in Mar 1798 and her whereabouts are not known
DPRI/3/1803/T2/1-4   30 April 1803
will bond, penal sum £9; Francis BLAKISTON, rector of Whitburn, clerk, Whitburn in the county of Durham, Elvet in the suburbs of the city of Durham, in the parish of Saint Oswald in the county of Durham
probate first granted to Mary Blakiston, relict, 17 Oct 1704; administration of goods left unadministered granted with the will annexed to Robert Walters, limited to the testator's interest in property at Hurworth-on-Tees
DPRI/3/1803/T3   13 May 1803
will bond, penal sum £1,000; William HENDERSON, gentleman, of West Auckland in the county of Durham
administration with the unadministered will annexed, granted to Henry Henderson son and residuary legatee, the executrix having died
DPRI/3/1803/T4   17 May 1803
will bond, penal sum £1,000; George GOODBED, yeoman, of Lemington in the parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Elizabeth Goodbed relict, no executor having been named
DPRI/3/1803/T5/1-4   13 May 1803
will bond, penal sum £9; Richard SUMMERS, cordwainer, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the city of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Richard Scruton limited to the testator's interest in property at Low Horsley in the parish of Stanhope
DPRI/3/1803/T6   16 May 1803
will bond, penal sum £20; Richard BIRD, shoemaker, of Stockton in the county of Durham
administration with the unadministered will annexed granted to William Austin, the executors and residuary legatee having died
DPRI/3/1803/T7/1   11 May 1803
will bond, penal sum £150; John WARBURTON, gentleman, of Warburton Place in chapelry of Heworth in the county and diocese of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/T7/2-3   28 April 1803
renunciation; John WARBURTON, gentleman, of Warburton Place in chapelry of Heworth in the county and diocese of Durham
DPRI/3/1803/T8   1 July 1803
will bond, penal sum £1,500; Mary HILL, spinster, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Hugh Dixon creditor and by decreeof court, administrator
DPRI/3/1803/T9   15 July 1803
will bond, penal sum £500; John ROBINSON, the elder, tailor, of Trimdon in the Parish of Trimdon in the county of Durham
for goods left unadministered on the death of the executor named in the will
DPRI/3/1803/T10   2 August 1803
will bond, penal sum £600; William LAING, husbandman, of Tweedmouth in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted, the named executors having declined to act
DPRI/3/1803/T11/1-4   27 August 1803
will bond, penal sum £39; 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 and codicils annexed granted to Newbigin Kent limited to the testator's interest in property at Pipewellgate, Gateshead
DPRI/3/1803/T11/5-7   20 August 1803
election of guardian; Henry WOODIFIELD, yeoman, widower, of Township and Parish of Brancepeth in the county of Durham. Died June 1803
with acceptance of guardianship, 20 August 1803
DPRI/3/1803/T12/1-2   26 August 1803
curation bond, penal sum £500; Henry WOODIFIELD, yeoman, widower, of Township and Parish of Brancepeth in the county of Durham. Died June 1803
George Marshall to be the curator of Robert Woodifield
DPRI/3/1803/T13   26 August 1803
will bond, penal sum £500; Henry WOODIFIELD, yeoman, widower, of Township and Parish of Brancepeth in the county of Durham. Died June 1803
administration with the will annexed granted to George Marshall the guardian of Robert Woodifield the residuary legatee
DPRI/3/1803/T14/1-7   25 August 1803
will bond, penal sum £39; John GUNNING, esquire, of Swanswick (Swainsweek) in the county of Somerset
grant of administration with the will annexed to Edward Horton limited to the intestate's interest in the manor of Layton in the parish of Sedgefield, the executors having died
DPRI/3/1803/T14/11   25 August 1803
certificate of oath; John GUNNING, esquire, of Swanswick (Swainsweek) in the county of Somerset
reply from London to Durham
DPRI/3/1803/T14/8-10   12 August 1803
letter of request; John GUNNING, esquire, of Swanswick (Swainsweek) in the county of Somerset
request from Durham to London to take oath
DPRI/3/1803/T15   19 September 1803
will bond, penal sum £200; Joseph TREWHITT, pipe-maker, widower, of Parish of Sunderland in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the son and daughter of the deceased, there being no executor or residuary legatee named in the will
DPRI/3/1803/T16   30 September 1803
will bond, penal sum £3,000; Robert DURHAM, mariner, of town of South Shields in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the grandchildren of the deceased, the named executors having died leaving the will unadministered
DPRI/3/1803/T17/1   3 October 1803
will bond, penal sum £3,000; Mary FORSTER, widow, of Percy Street in the chapelry of Saint Andrew without the walls but within the liberties of the town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to Mary Moises grand daughter of the deceased, the named executrix having renounced
DPRI/3/1803/T17/2-4   27 September 1803
renunciation; Mary FORSTER, widow, of Percy Street in the chapelry of Saint Andrew without the walls but within the liberties of the town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
Sarah Pearson executrix's renunciation
DPRI/3/1803/T18   1 October 1803
will bond, penal sum £1,600; Thomas ROBINSON, farmer, bachelor, of Wardley hall in the Parish of Jarrow in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Elizabeth Fenwick, the named executor having died in the lifetime of the deceased
DPRI/3/1803/T20   2 September 1803
will bond, penal sum £1,000; Margery CARR, widow, of Berry Hill in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to William Ogle Wallis Ogle, nephew, the sole executor named having died in the lifetime of the deceased
DPRI/3/1803/T21/1-3   27 October 1803
will bond, penal sum £9; James BOWER, yeoman, late of Harford in the parish of Horton in the county of Northumberland, formerly of Norton [?Horton] Moor in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration with the will annexed of the goods left unadministered to John Bootyman limited to the testator's interest in property in Morpeth near the Market Place
DPRI/3/1803/T22   7 October 1803
will bond, penal sum £9; Robert SHAFTO, esquire, of Whitworth in the county of Durham. Died November 1797
grant of administration to Thomas Hopper limited to the testator's interest in property in the township of Tudhoe
Administration bonds 1804
Reference: DPRI/3/1804/A
DPRI/3/1804/A1   2 January 1804
administration bond, penal sum £500; William ARMSTRONG, block-maker, mast-maker, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1804/A2   7 January 1804
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Jonathan MELVIN, yeoman, bachelor, of parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A3   7 January 1804
administration bond, penal sum £9; Richardson TEASDALE, miner, bachelor, of Alston in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1804/A4   11 January 1804
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert PERRY, yeoman, bachelor, of wingates in the parish of Longhorsley in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1804/A5   14 January 1804
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; John COXON, gentleman, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A6   10 January 1804
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; William JACKSON, yeoman, of Low Stanley in the chapelry of Tanfield in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A7   28 January 1804
administration bond, penal sum £500; Margaret TODD, spinster, of Hole House otherwise East Biggins in the parish of Wolsingham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A8/1   7 February 1804
administration bond, penal sum £600; Robert MURDOCK, joiner, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A8/2   7 February 1804
certificate of oath; Robert MURDOCK, joiner, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A9   13 February 1804
administration bond, penal sum £600; Adam SCOTT, doctor of medicine, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A10   11 February 1804
administration bond, penal sum £30; Thomas FAIRLAMB, yeoman, of Haydon Bridge in the chapelry of Haydon in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1804/A11   6 February 1804
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Richard WATSON, yeoman, of Newbrough in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1804/A12/1-2   15 February 1804
curation bond, penal sum £1,600; Isabella WALKER, widow, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1804/A12/3-5   7 February 1804
election of guardian; Isabella WALKER, widow, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
with acceptance of guardianship, 7 February 1804
DPRI/3/1804/A13   15 February 1804
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Isabella WALKER, widow, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1804/A14   16 February 1804
administration bond, penal sum £600; Stephen NICHOLSON, ship-owner, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A15   14 February 1804
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Joseph WILKINSON, yeoman, bachelor, of Twinings in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1804/A16   21 February 1804
administration bond, penal sum £12,000; Edward PARK, linen-draper, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1804/A17   22 February 1804
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; George SURTEES, esquire, bachelor, of Bishop Middleham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A18   25 February 1804
administration bond, penal sum £9; Noble WALLIS, woodman, of Merryknow in the parish of Knarsdale in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1804/A19   3 March 1804
administration bond, penal sum £40; Mary BANKS, widow, of Westoe in the chapelry of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A20   12 March 1804
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; William DALE, mariner, bachelor, Merchant Ship Peter, Dockwray Square in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1804/A21   19 March 1804
administration bond, penal sum £150; Henry BRADLEY, butcher, bachelor, of parish of Saint Nicholas city of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A22   24 March 1804
administration bond, penal sum £600; Robert LIDDELL, farmer, bachelor, of Whorleton in the parish of Newburn
DPRI/3/1804/A23   24 March 1804
administration bond, penal sum £9; William HALL, farmer, of Park in the parish of Whitfield in the County of Nothumberland
DPRI/3/1804/A24   23 March 1804
administration bond, penal sum £1,900; James MURRAY, farmer, widower, of Low Head in the parish of Longhoughton in the County of Nothumberland
DPRI/3/1804/A25   31 March 1804
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; George RENNISON, farmer, of Snitter in the parish of Rothbury County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1804/A26/1   4 April 1804
administration bond, penal sum £150; James REAY, husbandman, bachelor, of Parish of Lanchester County Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A26/2-3   31 March 1804
renunciation; James REAY, husbandman, bachelor, of Parish of Lanchester County Durham
renunciation, nominating William Reay to take out administration; exhibited 4 Apr 1804
DPRI/3/1804/A27/1   31 March 1804
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Andrew DAVISON, farmer, bachelor, of Akeld in the parish of Kirknewton County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1804/A27/2   31 March 1804
affidavit of sureties; Andrew DAVISON, farmer, bachelor, of Akeld in the parish of Kirknewton County of Northumberland
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DPRI/3/1804/A28/1   2 April 1804
curation bond, penal sum £500; James MATHER, miller, widower, of Ryle Mill in the parish of Whittingham in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1804/A28/3-4   2 March 1804
acceptance of guardianship; James MATHER, miller, widower, of Ryle Mill in the parish of Whittingham in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1804/A29   2 April 1804
administration bond, penal sum £500; James MATHER, miller, widower, of Ryle Mill in the parish of Whittingham in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1804/A30   9 April 1804
administration bond, penal sum £500; Joseph ATKINSON, clock-maker, watchmaker, of Gateshead in the County Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A31   13 April 1804
administration bond, penal sum £190; James MANN, sheriff's bailiff, of Milburn Gate in Chapelry of Saint Margaret in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A32   13 April 1804
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; John UNTHANK, merchant, of Gateshead in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A33   14 April 1804
administration bond, penal sum £500; James NICHOLSON, butcher, innkeeper, of Sunderland in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A34   20 March 1804
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Michael TODD, gentleman, of Chapelry of All Saints in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1804/A35   19 April 1804
administration bond, penal sum £500; Edward ATKINSON, of Sunderland in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A36   5 May 1804
administration bond, penal sum £9; William SETREE, joiner, of Alston in the County of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1804/A37   22 May 1804
administration bond, penal sum £500; Margaret TODD, spinster, of Coalburn in the parish of Ryton in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A38   28 May 1804
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Peter DALE, master mariner, bachelor, of Dockwray Square in the parish of Tynemouth in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1804/A39/1   19 May 1804
administration bond, penal sum £800; Ann HUNTER, of Sunderland in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A39/2
certificate of oath ; Ann HUNTER, of Sunderland in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A39/3
letter of request; Ann HUNTER, of Sunderland in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A40   22 May 1804
administration bond, penal sum £400; Stephen FAIRBAIN, farmer, of Brickster Hill in the Parish of Stamfordham in the County of Northumberland. Died 22 May 1804
DPRI/3/1804/A41   2 June 1804
administration bond, penal sum £500; John ROBSON, labourer, of Chapelry of Gosforth in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1804/A42   21 May 1804
administration bond, penal sum £9; Sarah WALLIS, widow, of Rays in the parish of Alston in the County of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1804/A43   13 June 1804
administration bond, penal sum £500; David BAXTER, master mariner, of Sunderland County Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A45   23 May 1804
administration bond, penal sum £9; John BURDON, oilman, bachelor, of City of London
DPRI/3/1804/A46   18 June 1804
administration bond, penal sum £500; William THOMPSON, widower, of Waston Row in the chapelry of Lamesley, county of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A47   30 June 1804
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; James DUNN, yeoman, bachelor, of Garmonsway Moor in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A48   4 July 1804
administration bond, penal sum £500; Elizabeth POTTS, spinster, of Gallinsburn in the parish of Ford in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1804/A49   13 July 1804
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Sarah GALLEY, widow, of West Rainton in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A50   12 July 1804
administration bond, penal sum £140; Thomas WALTON, miner, of Watus Hill in the parish of Middleton in Teesdale in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A51   25 July 1804
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; William PETRIE, of Chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1804/A52   24 July 1804
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; John HEPPELL, butcher, of South Shields in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A53   27 July 1804
administration bond, penal sum £200; Elizabeth HENDERSON, spinster, of Aycliffe County Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A54   27 July 1804
administration bond, penal sum £200; Jane Gibson HENDERSON, spinster, of Aycliffe in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A55   3 August 1804
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas WOODHOUSE, master mariner, of South Shields in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A56   2 August 1804
administration bond, penal sum £500; John RUTTER, stonemason, of Heighington in the County Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A57   10 August 1804
administration bond, penal sum £200; John CASTLE, mariner, bachelor, of Chapelry of All Saints in the town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1804/A58   20 August 1804
administration bond, penal sum £39; Jane EMMERSON, spinster, formerly of the Parish of Saint Mary le Bow near the City of Durham, later of Framwellgate in the Chapelry of Saint Margaret near the said city
DPRI/3/1804/A59   22 August 1804
administration bond, penal sum £39; John HALL, blacksmith, of Prudoe in the parish of Ovingham in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1804/A60   17 August 1804
administration bond, penal sum £600; George TAYLOR, saddler, of Gateshead in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A61   21 August 1804
administration bond, penal sum £200; Burnop Thomas NORMAN, yeoman, bachelor, of Parish of Saint Oswald in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A62   1 September 1804
administration bond, penal sum £300; Thomas REAH, farmer, bachelor, of Parish of Brancepeth in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A63   8 September 1804
administration bond, penal sum £2,500; Sarah WATSON, widow, of Chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1804/A64   14 September 1804
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Benjamin DANIELSON, mariner, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilds in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A65   24 September 1804
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Anthony FOSTER, esquire, bachelor, of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1804/A66/1-3   1 October 1804
administration bond, penal sum £9; Thomas WILSON, the elder, gentleman, of Hartlepool in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A67   29 September 1804
administration bond, penal sum £180; William SHIELDS, mason, widower, of Church Street in the parish of Sunderland County Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A68   5 October 1804
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Anthony SMITH, gentleman, of Church Street in the parish of Saint Oswald in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A69   10 October 1804
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas PRINGLE, husbandman, bachelor, of Snitter in the parish of Rothbury in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1804/A70   29 October 1804
administration bond, penal sum £80; George SIMPSON, common soldier in the Durham Regiment of Militia, militia soldier, bachelor, of Darlington in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A71   5 November 1804
administration bond, penal sum £200; Francis JOICE, otherwise Joysey, mariner, of South Shields in the Chapelry of Saint Hilds in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A72   13 November 1804
administration bond, penal sum £200; Morland SNAITH, innkeeper, of South Shields in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A73   14 November 1804
administration bond, penal sum £900; William THOMPSON, agent, widower, of Chapelry of All Saints in the town and County of Newcastle
DPRI/3/1804/A74/1-3   16 November 1804
administration bond, penal sum £9; Gilbert CUTTS, gentleman, of Stockton in the County of Durham
grant of administration to Wilson Dobing limited to the intestate's interest in property at Preston upon Tees
DPRI/3/1804/A75   28 November 1804
administration bond, penal sum £400; George HILL, master mariner, bachelor, of Bishop Wearmouth in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A76   12 November 1804
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas HOBSON, bachelor, of Middleton in Teesdale in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A77   1 December 1804
administration bond, penal sum £400; John RICHARDSON, master mariner, South Shields in the County of Durham, but late of Lieth in North Britain
DPRI/3/1804/A78   4 December 1804
administration bond, penal sum £380; Thomas PEARSON, wagon-way wright, of Beamish Wagon Way in the parish of Chester le Street in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A79   10 December 1804
administration bond, penal sum £130; Andrew JAMES, master mariner, widower, of Sunderland in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A80   4 December 1804
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas SMITH, blacksmith, of Harton in the Chapelry of Saint Hilds in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A81   15 December 1804
administration bond, penal sum £40; Alice ARMSTRONG, widow, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1804/A82   13 December 1804
administration bond, penal sum £120; Alexander DAVISON, gentleman, of Flodden Brick Shades in the parish of Ford in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1804/A83   17 December 1804
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Willaim BENNETT, farmer, of Stichley in the Chapelry of Horton in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1804/A84/1   20 December 1804
administration bond, penal sum £400; John WOOD, farmer, of Leadhill in the parish of Bywell Saint Peter in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1804/A84/2-5   21 December 1804
certificate of oath; John WOOD, farmer, of Leadhill in the parish of Bywell Saint Peter in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1804/A84/6-7   14 December 1804
letter of request; John WOOD, farmer, of Leadhill in the parish of Bywell Saint Peter in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1804/A85   28 December 1804
administration bond, penal sum £9; Richard RICHARDSON, blacksmith, of Sunderland in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1804/A86   27 December 1804
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; William WALKER, corn-merchant, of parish of Berwick upon Tweed
Will bonds 1804
Reference: DPRI/3/1804/T
DPRI/3/1804/T1/1   13 January 1804
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 the residuary legatee, the surviving executor having renounced.
DPRI/3/1804/T1/2-3   21 December 1803
renunciation; Isabella ALDER, widow, of Weetslett in the parish of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1804/T2   10 April 1804
will bond, penal sum £39; John VASEY, yeoman, of Witton le Wear in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to George Vasey and Stephen Vasey the sons and residuary legatees, Mary Vasey the relict, having died
DPRI/3/1804/T3   8 May 1804
will bond, penal sum £150; David CROLL, yeoman, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
left unadministered by the said Ann Croll, otherwise Ann Handasyde, since deceased.
DPRI/3/1804/T4   19 May 1804
will bond, penal sum £100; James COOPER, yeoman, of Bunker's hill in the parish of Houghton-le-Spring in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to John Wright, grandson and residuary legatee, the executors having died
DPRI/3/1804/T5/1-3   29 June 1804
will bond, penal sum £9; Hendry HOPPER, gentleman, formerly of the parish of Saint Nicholas in the city of Durham, but late of Crook Hall in the chapelry of Saint Margaret in the county of Durham
grant of administration to John Griffiths, limited to the testator's interest in property at Morden in the parish of Sedgefield
DPRI/3/1804/T7   10 July 1804
will bond, penal sum £800; Mary LYNN, widow of Robert Lynn, widow, of Whickham, formerly of Burnopfield in the county of Durham
Ralph Fenwick and his wife Ann the original executors and residuary legatees of the will having died, administration is granted to Thomas Fenwick, son of the deceased Mary Lynn
DPRI/3/1804/T8/1-3   25 August 1804
will bond, penal sum £9; Thomas REED, tanner, of Framwelgate in the chapelry of Saint Margaret in or near the city of Durham in the county of Durham
grant of administration with the will annexed of the goods left unadministered to John Griffith limited to the testator's interest in property at Morden
DPRI/3/1804/T9   15 September 1804
will bond, penal sum £90; Thomas PEACOCK, yeoman, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
Jane Armstrong, grand-daughter of the deceased is residuary and legatee of the said will, as previous executors died without proving the will
DPRI/3/1804/T10/1-2   22 August 1804
will bond, penal sum £9; Mary METCALF, spinster, of Stockton in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to William Metcalf, great nephew
DPRI/3/1804/T11   9 October 1804
will bond, penal sum £1,000; John DOBSON, gentleman, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
grant of administration of the goods left unadministered with the will annexed granted to John Dobson, son and one of the residuary legatees, the relict and son and the executors having died
DPRI/3/1804/T12   22 October 1804
will bond, penal sum £40; William WATSON, yeoman, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1804/T13   20 October 1804
will bond, penal sum £9; John HEAVISIDE, yeoman, of Morley in the barony of Evenwood, chapelry of St Helen Auckland and County of Durham
As no executor was named in the will, John Heaviside the son of the deceased was named as legatee.
DPRI/3/1804/T14   17 October 1804
will bond, penal sum £400; Thomas ALMONY, otherwise Amory, labourer, yeoman, bachelor, Castle Eden in the county of Durham, formerly of Boldon
administration with the will annexed granted to Jane Stephenson and Margery Gilmore, sisters, the executor having failed to act
DPRI/3/1804/T15   1 December 1804
will bond, penal sum £500; Joseph POTTS, farmer, of Milburn in the Parish of Ponteland and County of Northumberland
grant of administration to John Potts, brother, and guardian of John, Joseph and Thomas Potts, children of the deceased.
DPRI/3/1804/T16   16 November 1804
will bond, penal sum £200; George TYZACK, farmer, gentleman, Glasshouses without the walls but within the liberties of the town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne, formerly of Byker in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to William Henzell, residuary legatee
DPRI/3/1804/T17   7 November 1804
will bond, penal sum £180; Jane KNEWSTOB, widow, of Barnard Castle in the county of Durham
grant of administration to Robert Bow, residuary legatee
Administration bonds 1805
Reference: DPRI/3/1805/A
DPRI/3/1805/A1   1 January 1805
administration bond, penal sum £300; John DUNN, mariner, bachelor, of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1805/A2   4 January 1805
administration bond, penal sum £40; James ROBERTSON, innkeeper, bachelor, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1805/A3   8 January 1805
administration bond, penal sum £500; William HARRISON, pilot, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A4   8 January 1805
administration bond, penal sum £200; Anthony NICHOL, wharfinger, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
administration granted to the son of the deceased in relation to goods left unadministered by widow since deceased
DPRI/3/1805/A5   14 January 1805
administration bond, penal sum £350; Elizabeth LAMBERT, of Greatham in the parish ofGreatham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A6/1-2   15 January 1805
administration bond; Elizabeth ADAMSON, of Stockton in the county of Durham
with certificate of oath, 19 December 1804, penal sum £400
DPRI/3/1805/A7/1-4   14 January 1805
administration bond, penal sum £9; William GOWLAND, of Stockton in the county of Durham
limited to property in Bishopton
DPRI/3/1805/A8   23 January 1805
administration bond, penal sum £400; John PEARSON, master mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A9   2 February 1805
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Mary RICHARDSON, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A10   7 February 1805
administration bond, penal sum £200; Diana HEPPLE, of Bishopwearmouth Pans in the parish of Bishopwearmouth and the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A11   22 February 1805
administration bond, penal sum £320; Edward PALMER, master mariner, of Monkwearmouth in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A12   22 February 1805
administration bond, penal sum £2,800; William THOMPSON, farmer, of Newton Hansell in the parish of Elwick Hall in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A13   28 February 1805
administration bond, penal sum £200; Richard BENNISON, pawnbroker, of Sunderland i the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A14   2 March 1805
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Henry LAMB, the younger, keelman, of Howden Pans in the parish of Walls End in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1805/A15   2 March 1805
administration bond, penal sum £800; Margaret CLEUGH, of Alemouth in the parish of Lesbury in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1805/A16   8 March 1805
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Cuthbert BERKLEY, flour merchant, of Chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1805/A17   16 March 1805
administration bond, penal sum £100; John PURVIS, labourer, of Dents Hole in the chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1805/A18   13 March 1805
administration bond, penal sum £200; Anthony HOLBORN, running fitter, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A19   17 March 1805
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Robert THRIFT, bachelor, of Weetsled in the parish of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1805/A20   30 March 1805
administration bond, penal sum £10; Henry STEPHENSON, miner, of Wellgill in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1805/A21   2 April 1805
administration bond, penal sum £200; Jonathan ANGUS, spirit-merchant, of Sunderland
DPRI/3/1805/A22/1   28 March 1805
administration bond, penal sum £200; Timothy HEARSLEY, gentleman, bachelor, of Sedgefield in the parish of Sedgefield in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A22/2   25 January 1805
letter of request; Timothy HEARSLEY, gentleman, bachelor, of Sedgefield in the parish of Sedgefield in the county of Durham
Letter of request to the Bishop of London
DPRI/3/1805/A22/3-5   28 March 1805
certificate of oath; Timothy HEARSLEY, gentleman, bachelor, of Sedgefield in the parish of Sedgefield in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A23   8 April 1805
administration bond, penal sum £200; Mary HEDLEY, spinster, of Whickham in the parish of Whickham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A24   11 April 1805
administration bond, penal sum £500; George LAWSON, farmer, of Backworth Moor Edge in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1805/A25   13 April 1805
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Ralph FETTIS, farmer, of Kyloe in the chapelry of Kyloe in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A26   22 April 1805
administration bond, penal sum £9; Thomas ARMSTRONG, mariner, of Seghill in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1805/A27   24 April 1805
administration bond, penal sum £38; Richard Maxwell GARTHWAITE, joiner, cabinet-maker, bachelor, of Hackney in the county of Middlesex. Died 1799
DPRI/3/1805/A28   5 April 1805
administration bond, penal sum £200; William SMITH, minor, of merchant ship Unity
DPRI/3/1805/A29   17 April 1805
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Anthony WAILES, farmer, of Haughton in the parish of Heddon on the Wall in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1805/A30/1-4   27 April 1805
administration bond, penal sum £9; Thomasine HORNSBY, of Crosgate in the chapelry of Saint Margaret in the county of Durham
grant of administration to Francis Smailes, limited to the testators interest in property in Durham City
DPRI/3/1805/A31   2 May 1805
administration bond, penal sum £600; James JOHNSON, yeoman, of Pittington East Barn in the parish of Pittington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A32   29 April 1805
administration bond, penal sum £50; Elizabeth ROBSON, spinster, of Bellingham in the parish of Bellingham i the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1805/A33/1   6 May 1805
administration bond, penal sum £50; Christopher HODGSON, mercer, draper, wine-merchant, spirit-merchant, Sunderland near the Sea, late of Wapping in the county of Middlesex
DPRI/3/1805/A33/2-3   29 April 1805
power of attorney; Christopher HODGSON, mercer, draper, wine-merchant, spirit-merchant, Sunderland near the Sea, late of Wapping in the county of Middlesex
DPRI/3/1805/A34/1-3   10 May 1805
administration bond, penal sum £9; Nicholas FORSTER, gentleman, Pont Island in the county of Northumberland , late of Longhorsley in the county of Northumberland
Grant of administration to John Brumell limited to the intestates interest in land at Bamborough.
DPRI/3/1805/A35   11 May 1805
administration bond, penal sum £200; John DAVISON, innkeeper, of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1805/A36/1-4   11 May 1805
administration bond, penal sum £9; Richard RIDLEY, esquire, of Heaton in the county of Northumberland
Grant of administration to George Weatherby limited to the intestates interest in property at Whitton in Northumberland.
DPRI/3/1805/A37   18 May 1805
administration bond, penal sum £500; John SIMEY, master mariner, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A38/1-4   17 May 1805
administration bond, penal sum £9; Robert HUTCHINSON, yeoman, Close House in the parish of Pittington in the county of Durham, late of the parish of Saint Nicholas in the city of Durham
grant of administration to Henry Mellanby limited to the intestates interest in property at Greatham
DPRI/3/1805/A39   18 May 1805
administration bond, penal sum £200; Simon ELLIOT, farmer, of Eshgill in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1805/A40
administration bond, penal sum £450; George AKENHEAD, farmer, of Freeman Hall in the parish of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1805/A41   4 May 1805
administration bond, penal sum £500; Robert WHITE, gentleman, bachelor, of Church Street in the parish of Saint Oswald in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A42   29 May 1805
administration bond, penal sum £200; Walter SHERIFF, master mariner, of Howden Pans in the parish of Walls End in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1805/A43   29 May 1805
administration bond, penal sum £39; Alice ARMSTRONG, widow, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1805/A44   3 June 1805
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas WILSON, yeoman, of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1805/A45   4 June 1805
administration bond, penal sum £400; Anthony ATKINSON, gentleman, widower, of Woodifield in the chapelry of Witton le Wear in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A46/1-3
administration bond, penal sum £9; John HUNTER, cordwainer, of city of Durham
grant of administration to Frances Smales limited to the intestates interest in property at Claypath in the City of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A47   27 March 1805
administration bond, penal sum £160; John BLENKHORN, of parish of Osmotherley in the county of York
DPRI/3/1805/A48   11 June 1805
administration bond, penal sum £800; Ralph BROWN, blacksmith, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1805/A49/1-3   10 June 1805
administration bond, penal sum £9; Martin WILKINSON, tailor, of Crosgate in the chapelry of Saint Margaret in the county of Durham
grant of administration to Ann Matthews limited to the intestate's interest in property at Willington
DPRI/3/1805/A50   13 June 1805
administration bond, penal sum £180; George RIPPON, yeoman, of Blakely Hall in the chapelry of Witton le Wear
DPRI/3/1805/A51   18 June 1805
administration bond, penal sum £200; Jane MALKEN, widow, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth
DPRI/3/1805/A52   22 June 1805
administration bond, penal sum £400; Henry MARTIN, miner, bachelor, of Milescot in the parish of Allendale in thecounty of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1805/A53   19 June 1805
administration bond, penal sum £30; Robert FORD, plumber, of chapelry of Barnard Castle
DPRI/3/1805/A54   27 June 1805
administration bond, penal sum £9; Ann BATEY, nee Sinton, of Haltwhistle in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1805/A55   2 July 1805
administration bond, penal sum £1,500; Thomas SHEFFIELD, hardwareman, widower, of City of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A56   28 June 1805
administration bond, penal sum £600; John PEARSON, yeoman, widower, of Longhurst in the parish of Bothall in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1805/A57   22 June 1805
administration bond, penal sum £300; Isabel ELTRINGHAM, widow, of Prudhoe in the parish of Ovingham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1805/A58   18 June 1805
administration bond, penal sum £39; William LEE, miner, bachelor, of Cow Gap in the parish of Alstone in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1805/A59   6 July 1805
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ralph MORRIS, master mariner, of Milburn Place in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1805/A60   17 July 1805
administration bond, penal sum £80; Elizabeth OGLE, of Stockton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A61   19 July 1805
administration bond, penal sum £400; Margaret BROWN, spinster, of Hendon in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A62   24 July 1805
administration bond, penal sum £80; Mary GREGORY, heretofore Storey, of Darlington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A63   29 July 1805
administration bond, penal sum £20; Michael HENDERSON, pitman, of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1805/A64   26 July 1805
administration bond, penal sum £7,000; Thomas FENWICK, farmer, of Houndy Lee in the parish of Woodhorn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1805/A65   31 July 1805
administration bond, penal sum £400; Isabella RUMNEY, widow, of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1805/A66   14 June 1805
administration bond, penal sum £9; John GIBSON, bachelor, of Redmarshall in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A67   16 August 1805
administration bond, penal sum £39; John YOUNG, gentleman, bachelor, of chapelry of AllSaints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1805/A68   19 August 1805
administration bond, penal sum £150; John WALLACE, captain in the Loyal Durham Fencible Regiment of Infantry, fencibles captain, widower, of city of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A69   20 August 1805
administration bond, penal sum £39; Dorothy THOMPSON, widow, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A70   23 August 1805
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Edmund STEAD, common brewer, widower, of Darlington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A71   25 September 1805
administration bond, penal sum £39; John SHIPLEY, viewer of collieries, of Fatfield in the parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A72   16 September 1805
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; Thomas FORSTER, farmer, bachelor, of Fenton in the parish of Wooler in the county of Northumberland and diocese of Duham
DPRI/3/1805/A73   18 September 1805
administration bond, penal sum £300; John PIGG, labourer, bachelor, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1805/A74   17 September 1805
administration bond, penal sum £200; Joseph COATES, yeoman, widower, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1805/A75   28 August 1805
administration bond, penal sum £55; Thomas WOOD, gentleman, bachelor, of Barnard Castle in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A76   31 August 1805
administration bond, penal sum £400; Abraham HAIG, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1805/A77   6 September 1805
administration bond, penal sum £70,000; James Atkinson RUDMAN, esquire, bachelor, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1805/A78   31 August 1805
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; George TAYLOR, gentleman, of Low Lights in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1805/A79   28 August 1805
administration bond, penal sum £200; Mary DAVIS, widow, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1805/A80   31 August 1805
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Thomas LABOURN, gentleman, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A81/1-2   29 August 1805
curation bond, penal sum £10,000; Timothy BULMER, the younger, shipbuilder, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A82/1   29 August 1805
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; Timothy BULMER, the younger, shipbuilder, of South Shields in the county of Durham
administration granted to Timothy Bulmer the elder, grandfather and guardian of the five children of the deceased, for their use; the relict Mary Bulmer having renounced
DPRI/3/1805/A82/2-3   26 August 1805
renunciation; Timothy BULMER, the younger, shipbuilder, of South Shields in the county of Durham
exhibited, 27 Aug 1805
DPRI/3/1805/A82/4-5   27 August 1805
proxy of curation; Timothy BULMER, the younger, shipbuilder, of South Shields in the county of Durham
with proxy of acceptance, 27 August 1805
election of Timothy Bulmer the elder, grandfather as guardian, and his acceptance
DPRI/3/1805/A83   21 September 1805
administration bond, penal sum £200; Roger KIRKPATRICK, miner, of Row in the parish of Kirkhaugh in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1805/A84   20 September 1805
administration bond, penal sum £600; Sylvester STEWART, master mariner, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1805/A85   16 September 1805
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; John EMERSON, iron-founder, widower, of Stella in the parish of Ryton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A86   2 October 1805
administration bond, penal sum £300; George KIRKLEY, gentleman, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1805/A87   28 September 1805
administration bond, penal sum £100; Jane LONGSTAFF, of Parish of Elwick Hall in the county and diocese Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A88   7 October 1805
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Andrew SUTTON, shopkeeper, of Chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle
DPRI/3/1805/A89   9 October 1805
administration bond, penal sum £200; George DORMAND, viewer of collieries, of parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1805/A90   15 October 1805
administration bond, penal sum £9; David FERGUSON, mariner, North Shore in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham, late belonging to the transport ship Lord Eldon of Sunderland
DPRI/3/1805/A91   15 October 1805
administration bond, penal sum £700; Thomas DOBSON, gardener, of Matfen in the parish of Stamfordham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1805/A92   24 October 1805
administration bond, penal sum £200; Anne DOUGLAS, widow, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1805/A93   26 October 1805
administration bond, penal sum £39; Robert WHITFIELD, miner, of Galligill in the parish of Alston
DPRI/3/1805/A94   9 November 1805
administration bond, penal sum £9; Robert POTTER, yeoman, widower, of Hutton Henry in the parish of Monkhesildon in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A95   22 October 1805
administration bond, penal sum £400; William THOMPSON, farmer, of The Shaw in the parish of Elsdon in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1805/A96   2 September 1805
administration bond, penal sum £1,500; James TAYLOR, farmer, bachelor, of Druridge in the chapelry of Widdrington in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1805/A97   7 November 1805
administration bond; Thomas CANT, miner, of Alston in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
no penal sum stated, estate valued at £600
DPRI/3/1805/A98   14 November 1805
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; John PALMER, master mariner, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A99   14 November 1805
administration bond, penal sum £150; John CAMBRIDGE, miller, of Hartlepool in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A100   16 November 1805
administration bond, penal sum £300; Robert ALLISON, cartwright, widower, of Shincliffe in the parish of Saint Oswald in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A101   15 November 1805
administration bond, penal sum £9; John SMITH, joiner, of Crosgate in the chapelry of Saint Margaret in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A102   19 November 1805
administration bond, penal sum £170; Anthony YOUNG, farrier, of chapelry of Lamesley in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A103   20 November 1805
administration bond, penal sum £800; Alexander RICHARDSON, farmer, of Baits Cross in the borough of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1805/A104   30 November 1805
administration bond, penal sum £130; Margaret SNOWDEN, of West Herrington in the parish of Houghton Le Spring in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A105   30 November 1805
administration bond, penal sum £100; Henry CLARKE, farmer, of chapelry of Gosforth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1805/A106   19 November 1805
administration bond, penal sum £9; Ann CLAYTON, of parish of Croft in the county of York
DPRI/3/1805/A108   2 December 1805
administration bond, penal sum £300; William DODDS, farmer, of West Harle in the parish of Kirkwhelpington in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1805/A109   7 December 1805
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; William BOWMAN, yeoman, of Moorsley in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A110   27 November 1805
administration bond, penal sum £100; George ANDERSON, yeoman, bachelor, of West Holm in the parish of Winston in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A111   11 December 1805
administration bond, penal sum £150; Ralph CORBY, mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A112   12 December 1805
administration bond, penal sum £150; Michael CALLENDER, gentleman, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1805/A113   14 December 1805
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas FORSTER, gardener, of Bishopwearmouth in the parish of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A114   11 December 1805
administration bond, penal sum £600; George YOUNG, shipwright, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1805/A115   23 December 1805
administration bond, penal sum £200; John SIMPSON, house-carpenter, of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A116   24 December 1805
administration bond, penal sum £200; James KELLY, victualler, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1805/A117   21 December 1805
administration bond, penal sum £250; Michael PATTISON, yeoman, of Little Stainton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1805/A118/1   30 December 1805
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Jane LIDDELL, widow, of Dockwray Square in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland. Died August 1805
administration granted to George Liddell, son, the other next of kin having renounced
DPRI/3/1805/A118/2-4   17 October 1805
renunciation; Jane LIDDELL, widow, of Dockwray Square in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland. Died August 1805
exhibited, 18 Oct 1805
DPRI/3/1805/A119/1-6   14 November 1805
administration bond, penal sum £9; Elias THACKERAH, clerk, of Hawkswell in the county of York
grant of administration to Ellen Clement limited to the intestate's interest in property at North Gate in Darlington
Will bonds 1805
Reference: DPRI/3/1805/T
DPRI/3/1805/T1   7 January 1805
will bond, penal sum £600; Sarah TAYLOR, widow, of Heckley in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to the sister and legatee of the deceased, there being no executor named
DPRI/3/1805/T2   9 February 1805
will bond, penal sum £2,400; Abigail AUBONE, spinster, of Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to the niece and universal legatrix, there being no executor named
DPRI/3/1805/T3/1   21 February 1805
will bond, penal sum £300; Thomas READHEAD, yeoman, of Rothbury in the county of Northumberland. Died January 1805
administration granted to the brother and residuary legatee, the executors having renounced
DPRI/3/1805/T3/2-3   6 February 1805
renunciation; Thomas READHEAD, yeoman, of Rothbury in the county of Northumberland. Died January 1805
renunciation of the executers, exhibited 7 Feb 1805
DPRI/3/1805/T4/1   1 May 1805
will bond, penal sum £400; Robert SANDERSON, yeoman, of Northumberland Street in the parish of Tynemouth near North Shields in the county of Durham
administration granted to the relict and residuary legatee, the executors having renounced
DPRI/3/1805/T5/1   22 May 1805
will bond, penal sum £1,500; Cuthbert REAVELY, gentleman, of Kenton in the parish of Gosforth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1805/T6   27 May 1805
will bond, penal sum £2,000; Mary HARRISON, widow, of Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to the daughters and residuary legatees, the executors having failed to act
DPRI/3/1805/T7   20 April 1805
will bond, penal sum £1,200; John MATHEWSON, farmer, of Money laws in the Parish of Carham and in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Adam and Ralph Matthewson, sons and residuary legatees, the executors having failed to act
DPRI/3/1805/T8/1   1 July 1805
will bond, penal sum £9; John WILD, cordwainer, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland. Died September 1805
administration with the will annexed granted to Joseph Wild, son and universal legatee for life, the executors having died / renounced
DPRI/3/1805/T8/2-3   3 June 1805
renunciation; John WILD, cordwainer, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland. Died September 1805
DPRI/3/1805/T9   5 July 1805
will bond, penal sum £500; David ROBERTSON, joiner, of Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to Mary Laing, daughter and one of the residuary legatrees, the executors having died
DPRI/3/1805/T10   3 July 1805
will bond, penal sum £3,000; Lyonel TINDALL, yeoman, Druridge in the county of Northumberland, Druridge in the parrish of Woodburn in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Thomas Tindale son and residuary legatee, there being no executors named or appointed
DPRI/3/1805/T11/1   20 July 1805
will bond, penal sum £500; Robert YOUNG, merchant, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed. Died April 1805
administration with the will annexed granted to Alice Selby Brown formerly Alice Selby Forster, residuary legatrix, the executors having renounced
DPRI/3/1805/T11/2-4   18 July 1805
renunciation; Robert YOUNG, merchant, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed. Died April 1805
renunciation by the executors, including the renunciation of the legacy of annuity; exhibited 19 July 1805
DPRI/3/1805/T12   27 July 1805
will bond, penal sum £150; Robert LINTON, farmer, of Woodhead in the township of Haltwhistle in the parish of Haltwhistle in the county of Northumberland
Jacob Linton, sole executor in the said will, has since died without having proving the same
DPRI/3/1805/T13   15 June 1805
will bond, penal sum £9; Jeffrey GIBSON, gentleman, of Redmarshall in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Jeffrey Gibson brother of the deceased
DPRI/3/1805/T14/1-3   9 August 1805
will bond, penal sum £300; Ann LAWSON, widow, of Middle Brunton in the Parish of Gosforth and County of Northumberland
grant of administration to Lawson Dunn limited to the intestate's interest in property at Heal Hacket
DPRI/3/1805/T14/4-6   27 July 1805
letter of request; Eleanor ELYARD, spinster, of Berwick-upon-Tweed
DPRI/3/1805/T14/7-8   6 August 1805
certificate of oath; Eleanor ELYARD, spinster, of Berwick-upon-Tweed
reply from the London to Durham
DPRI/3/1805/T15   5 August 1805
will bond, penal sum £200; Eleanor ELYARD, spinster, of Berwick-upon-Tweed
administration granted to William Elyard, brother and only next of kin of the deceased, there being no executor named or appointed
DPRI/3/1805/T16   24 August 1805
will bond, penal sum £1,000; William CUMING, stonemason, of Claypath in or near the city of Durham
administration with the will annexed, granted to William Cuning, lawful son and one of the next of kin,as Isabella Cuning relict of the deceased, the sole executive and residuary died without proving the said will
DPRI/3/1805/T17   28 August 1805
will bond, penal sum £1,000; James MCDOUGALE, baker, of Monkwearmouth shore in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Mary Mcdougale,James Gibson Mcdougale, son and other universal legitee having died in the lifetime of the testator, and Mary Mcdougale, the daughter and other universal legitee named,being now in her minority
DPRI/3/1805/T18   4 October 1805
will bond, penal sum £40; James COULSON, fisherman, of Hartlepool in the county of Durham
penal sum erased, but estate valued at £20
administration with the will annexed granted to Elizabeth Coulson, relict, no executor or residuary legitee named in the said will
DPRI/3/1805/T19   9 November 1805
will bond, penal sum £400; Hannah HEATHERTON, otherwise Hetherington, spinster, of Alston in the Parish of Alston and County of Cumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Thomas and Joseph Heatherton, nephews, the executor having died
DPRI/3/1805/T20   13 November 1805
will bond, penal sum £39; Jane WARDLE, wife of the late William Wardle, widow, of Parish of St Andrew, Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to Ann Wornphray, niece and legatee of Jane Wardle, there being on other executor appointed
DPRI/3/1805/T21   20 November 1805
will bond, penal sum £150; Thomas CLAYTON, on board H.M.S. Dido at Spithead, [royal navy] mariner, on board his Majesty's Ship Dido at Spithead, formerly of Stockton
administration with the will annexed granted to Robert Clayton, and Elizabeth Prince, lawful children of Ann Clayton, deceased, mother and sole executor and legatee of Thomas Clayton
DPRI/3/1805/T22/1-3   3 December 1805
will bond, penal sum £9; Thomas FORSTER, gentleman, of Lucker in the parish of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland
administration of the goods left unadministered with the will annexed granted to Thomas Forster, grandson, limited to the testator's interest in property at Branxton, Northumberland
DPRI/3/1805/T23   21 December 1805
will bond, penal sum £6,000; Thomas TAYLOR, merchant, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Thomas Croudace, and John Smith, two of the executors of William Taylor, deceased, who was the sole executor and legatee of Thomas Taylor
DPRI/3/1805/T24   25 November 1805
will bond, penal sum £280; William ALLEN, salt [duty] officer, bachelor, formerly of North Shields in the county of Northumberland, but late of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to John Brown, William Brown, Catharine Scott, and Ann Sedman, the surviving children residuary legatees and administrators (of the goods left unadministered) of William Brown, the sole executor and universal legatee of William Allen
DPRI/3/1805/T25   25 November 1805
will bond, penal sum £9; William BROWN, shoemaker, of South Shields in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed of the goods left unadministered by William Allen, sole executor, granted by decree of court to the surviving children and residuary legatees
Administration bonds 1806
Reference: DPRI/3/1806/A
DPRI/3/1806/A1   4 January 1806
administration bond, penal sum £500; Thomas GIBSON, yeoman, of mown Meadows in the parish of Brancepath in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A2   3 January 1806
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann LEIGHTON, widow, of Old Elvet in the parish of Saint Oswald in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A3   24 January 1806
administration bond, penal sum £20; Johan Frederick RHODE, mariner, bachelor, of belonging to the merchant ship Kingston at the island of Jamaica
DPRI/3/1806/A4   23 January 1806
administration bond, penal sum £200; William RICHARDSON, gentleman, of late of Penrith and of Great Salkeld in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1806/A5   23 January 1806
administration bond, penal sum £180; Thomas LAX, yeoman, of West Park in the parish of Brancepeth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A6/1   16 January 1806
administration bond, penal sum £200; John CLAYTON, carpenter, of City of London
DPRI/3/1806/A6/2   3 December 1805
letter of request, 3 December 1805; John CLAYTON, carpenter, of City of London
DPRI/3/1806/A6/3   16 January 1806
certificate of oath; John CLAYTON, carpenter, of City of London
DPRI/3/1806/A7   18 January 1806
administration bond, penal sum £40; Joseph ORRIN, late belonging to H.M.S. Ardent, royal navy seaman, bachelor, formerly of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham , but late belonging to His Majesty's ship Ardent
DPRI/3/1806/A8   3 February 1806
administration bond, penal sum £400; James LASLAA, mariner, formerly of North shields in the county of Northumberland, but late belonging to the Merchant Ship Tagus
DPRI/3/1806/A9   23 January 1806
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Mary ROBINSON, of Hendon Lodge in the parish of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A10/1   12 February 1806
administration bond, penal sum £500; Robert CRESSWELL, saddler, hardwareman, bachelor, of Gateshead in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A10/2   25 January 1806
letter of request; Robert CRESSWELL, saddler, hardwareman, bachelor, of Gateshead in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A10/3   12 February 1806
certificate of oath; Robert CRESSWELL, saddler, hardwareman, bachelor, of Gateshead in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A11   21 February 1806
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Arthur DONKIN, block-maker, mast-maker, bachelor, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1806/A12   22 February 1806
administration bond, penal sum £1,100; John WALES, gentleman, of Preston Grange in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1806/A13   3 March 1806
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Thomas READHEAD, farmer, of the Lee in the parish of Rothbury in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1806/A14/1-4   1 March 1806
administration bond, penal sum £9; William WILD, yeoman, of Hardwicke by the sea in the parish of Monkhesildon in the county of Durham
grant of administration to John Graham limited to the intestat's interest in property at Hutton Henry; administration was first granted to Anthony Wild (now deceased) in 1798 but was not administered
DPRI/3/1806/A15   5 March 1806
administration bond, penal sum £800; Robert DAVISON, yeoman, bachelor, of Stockton in the parish of Stockton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A16   19 February 1806
administration bond, penal sum £300; Henry RAYSON, farmer, of parish of Staindrop in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A17   8 March 1806
administration bond, penal sum £200; John MALLAM, yeoman, of Crossgate in the chapelry of Saint Margaret near the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A18   12 March 1806
administration bond, penal sum £900; Thomas SKELLY, yeoman, of chapelry of Rennington in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1806/A19   17 March 1806
administration bond, penal sum £9; John PORTER, linen-draper, bachelor, formerly of Sunderland in the county of Durham, but late of Ludgate Street in the city of London
DPRI/3/1806/A20   6 March 1806
administration bond, penal sum £175; George GROVES, bachelor, of parish of Osmotherley and within the Bishop of Durham's jurisdiction in Allertonshire
DPRI/3/1806/A21   26 March 1806
administration bond, penal sum £200; Jane SOLESBY, widow, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1806/A22   28 March 1806
administration bond, penal sum £9; Charles PORTER, pitman, of Kyo West Houses in the parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A23   29 March 1806
administration bond, penal sum £400; Sibley SELLY, widow, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1806/A24   21 March 1806
administration bond, penal sum £400; Jane TODD, widow, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1806/A25/1   31 March 1806
administration bond, penal sum £400; Matthew SCOTT, mariner, widower, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1806/A25/2   31 March 1806
affidavit; Matthew SCOTT, mariner, widower, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
that the husband of the administratrix is not in the United Kingdom and cannot be bound for her in the administration
DPRI/3/1806/A26   15 March 1806
administration bond, penal sum £400; William NOBLE, bachelor, of Beadnell in the parish of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1806/A27   29 March 1806
administration bond, penal sum £9; John MOSES, of West Auckland
DPRI/3/1806/A28   1 April 1806
administration bond, penal sum £100; Mary PILLINGTON, of East Benton in the parish of Long Benton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1806/A29   9 April 1806
administration bond, penal sum £4,600; Benjamin BASS, gentleman, widower, of chapelry of Barnard Castle in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A30   26 March 1806
administration bond, penal sum £39; Richard DIXON, joiner, bachelor, of Wolsingham in the county of Durham
one administrator sworn on 26.3.1806 and the other on 2.4.1806
DPRI/3/1806/A31   3 April 1806
administration bond, penal sum £400; James DAND, the younger, yeoman, bachelor, of Bedlington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A32   9 April 1806
administration bond, penal sum £9; Elizabeth HUDSPITH, of Low Houses in the parish of Alston in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1806/A33   29 April 1806
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Thomas REID, grocer, bachelor, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1806/A34/1-3   22 April 1806
administration bond, penal sum £9; Andrew SWANSTON, yeoman, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to James Gladstains limited to the intestate's interest in property at Alnwick
DPRI/3/1806/A35   19 April 1806
administration bond, penal sum £500; George DAVISON, clerk, of Staindrop in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A36   27 May 1806
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ralph HENDERSON, ship-chandler, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the county of Durham
administration granted to the surviving next of kin, the administratrix having since died
DPRI/3/1806/A37   30 April 1806
administration bond, penal sum £9; Thomas TEMPERLY, miner, of Galligill in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
administration granted to the daughter of the deceased, the administratrix having died
DPRI/3/1806/A38   3 May 1806
administration bond, penal sum £9; James TEASDALE, miner, of Ayle in the parish of Kirkhaugh in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to the second husband of the relict,who died leaving the estate unadministered
DPRI/3/1806/A39/1-8   10 May 1806
administration bond, penal sum £9; William BURRELL, esquire, formerly of Kilham in the county of Northumberland, but late of Wooler in the parish of Wooler in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to George Weatherby limited to the intestate's interest in property in Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1806/A40   10 May 1806
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Thomas TODD, farmer, of Underbank in the parish of Kirkhaugh in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1806/A41   24 May 1806
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; John ADDISON, spirit-merchant, of South Shields in the county of Durham
endorsed with affirmation
DPRI/3/1806/A42   19 May 1806
administration bond, penal sum £80; James SPEDDING, yeoman, of Harrogate in the parish of Haughton le Skerne in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A43   21 May 1806
administration bond, penal sum £9; John BROWN, miner, of Alston
DPRI/3/1806/A44   29 May 1806
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; John PRINGLE, master mariner, of North shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1806/A45   17 May 1806
administration bond, penal sum £20; Isaac BALES, yeoman, bachelor, of Monkhesildon in the parish of Monkhesildon in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A46   9 June 1806
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas LIDDELL, gentleman, of Thrislington in the parish of Bishop Middleham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A47/1-2   26 May 1806
curation bond, penal sum £900; Thomas TODD, gentleman, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed. Died 1 December 1805
DPRI/3/1806/A47/3-5   31 January 1806
election of guardian; Thomas TODD, gentleman, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed. Died 1 December 1805
with acceptance of guardianship, 31 January 1806
exhibited, 5 Feb 1806
DPRI/3/1806/A48   26 May 1806
administration bond, 26 May 1806, penal sum £900; Thomas TODD, gentleman, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed. Died 1 December 1805
DPRI/3/1806/A49   10 June 1806
administration bond, penal sum £600; Ann Robinson HORNER, widow, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1806/A50   3 June 1806
administration bond, penal sum £200; Hugh WATSON, mason, of chapelry of All saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1806/A51/1   16 June 1806
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Robert GRAY, block-maker, mast-maker, widower, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1806/A51/2   16 June 1806
affidavit; Robert GRAY, block-maker, mast-maker, widower, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1806/A52   30 May 1806
administration bond, penal sum £2,800; William DONKIN, gentleman, of Painfield in theparish of Rothbury in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1806/A53   25 June 1806
administration bond, penal sum £12; Harm SHARPENBURGH, belonging to H.M.S. Minerve, royal navy seaman, of belonging to his majesty's ship Minerve
DPRI/3/1806/A54   17 June 1806
administration bond, penal sum £100; Joseph AYTON, the elder, grocer, tallow-chandler, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A55   26 June 1806
administration bond, penal sum £400; Richard TEMPLE, master mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A56/1-4   3 June 1806
administration bond, penal sum £9; John SHAW, surgeon, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle
grant of administration limited to the deceased's interest in property in The Side Newcastle, the administratrix having died leaving the estate unadministered.
DPRI/3/1806/A57   25 June 1806
administration bond, penal sum £9; Margaret ELLIOTT, of Bishop Auckland
DPRI/3/1806/A58   30 June 1806
administration bond, penal sum £400; George BELL, master mariner, bachelor, of town and county of Newcastle
DPRI/3/1806/A59   30 June 1806
administration bond, penal sum £3,600; John JACKSON, farmer, of Filkington in the parish of Norham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A60   4 July 1806
administration bond, penal sum £29; Robert HILLS, butcher, bachelor, of parish of Saint Giles in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A61   5 July 1806
administration bond, penal sum £300; Robert YOUNG, gentleman, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1806/A62   4 June 1806
administration bond, penal sum £600; John ALLISON, yeoman, bachelor, of Wolsingham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A63   5 July 1806
administration bond, penal sum £9; Margaret SHIELD, widow, of Nenthall in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1806/A64   5 July 1806
administration bond, penal sum £200; Mary BATESON, of Eshgill in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1806/A65   10 July 1806
administration bond, penal sum £40; James BURGISS, labourer, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A66   5 July 1806
administration bond, penal sum £500; William TURNBULL, miller, of parish of Edlingham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1806/A67   18 July 1806
administration bond, penal sum £900; Joseph WILKINSON, boat-fitter, of Monkwearmouth
DPRI/3/1806/A68   25 July 1806
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Anthony STORY, esquire, of Newbottle in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A69/1   27 June 1806
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Robert DOWNEY, painter, glazier, of Globe Place, Bethnell Green in the county of Middlesex
DPRI/3/1806/A69/2   26 July 1806
execution of bond; Robert DOWNEY, painter, glazier, of Globe Place, Bethnell Green in the county of Middlesex
DPRI/3/1806/A69/3   17 July 1806
letter of request; Robert DOWNEY, painter, glazier, of Globe Place, Bethnell Green in the county of Middlesex
DPRI/3/1806/A70/1   2 August 1806
administration bond, penal sum £400; William BEETHAM, widower, of Whinfield in the county of Westmoreland
DPRI/3/1806/A70/2   2 August 1806
certificate of oath; William BEETHAM, widower, of Whinfield in the county of Westmoreland
DPRI/3/1806/A70/3   10 April 1806
letter of request; William BEETHAM, widower, of Whinfield in the county of Westmoreland
DPRI/3/1806/A71   29 January 1806
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; William MARCH, excise collector, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1806/A72   2 August 1806
administration bond, penal sum £590; Dorothy HUBBUCK, widow, of Haydon Bridge in the chapelry of Haydon in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1806/A73   2 August 1806
administration bond, penal sum £120; Ann JEFFERS, widow, of Stamfordham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1806/A74/1   12 August 1806
administration bond, penal sum £200; Magnus RENDAL, mariner, bachelor, of South Shields in the county of Durham. Died 13 January 1806
DPRI/3/1806/A74/2-3   11 July 1806
power of attorney; Magnus RENDAL, mariner, bachelor, of South Shields in the county of Durham. Died 13 January 1806
DPRI/3/1806/A75   16 August 1806
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert FISHER, pitman, of Willington Square in the parish of Wallsend in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1806/A76   21 August 1806
administration bond, penal sum £400; John ATKINSON, cooper, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1806/A77   25 August 1806
administration bond, penal sum £300; William WILSON, mariner, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1806/A78   25 August 1806
administration bond, penal sum £80; David AYRE, fitter, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A79/1   23 August 1806
administration bond, penal sum £800; George HOGG, farmer, bachelor, of Harzon High Houses in the parish of Shilbottle in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1806/A79/2-4   17 August 1806
renunciation; George HOGG, farmer, bachelor, of Harzon High Houses in the parish of Shilbottle in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1806/A80   27 August 1806
administration bond, penal sum £400; Anthony COOK, gentleman, widower, of Foul-mart Law in the parish of Bolam in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1806/A81   2 September 1806
administration bond, penal sum £39; John CODLING, stonemason, of Kirkwhelpington in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1806/A82   4 September 1806
administration bond, penal sum £39; Matthew JOHNSON, of Ramshaw Heugh in the chapelry of Saint Helen Auckland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A83   8 September 1803
administration bond, penal sum £39; Frances DUFF, widow, of Bishop Auckland in the parish of Saint Andrew Auckland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A84   10 September 1806
administration bond, penal sum £100; Ann WILD, a minor, spinster, of Bishop Auckland in the parish of Saint Andrew Auckland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A85/1-4   3 September 1806
administration bond, penal sum £9; 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 James Wilson limited to the intestate's interest in tithes from the township of Preston on Tees
DPRI/3/1806/A86   15 September 1806
administration bond, penal sum £200; William HUTCHINSON, gentleman, of loaning in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1806/A87
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert REDPATH, master mariner, of North shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1806/A88   20 September 1806
administration bond, penal sum £200; James BELL, collier, of chapelry of Lamesley in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A89   6 October 1806
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Matthew PESCOD, mercer, draper, of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A90   22 September 1806
administration bond, penal sum £400; Edward USHER, salt merchant, of Darlington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A91   16 September 1806
administration bond, penal sum £1,500; Henry SWINBURNE, esquire, formerly of Hamsterley in the chapelry of Medomsley in the county of Durham, and late of the island of Trinidad
DPRI/3/1806/A92   19 September 1806
administration bond, penal sum £400; George JAMESON, master mariner, of South shields in the county od Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A93   2 September 1806
administration bond, penal sum £100; Robert OLIVER, blacksmith, of Winlaton in the parish of Ryton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A94   24 September 1806
administration bond, penal sum £100; John RAILTON, ship-owner, of Say Gate in the parish of Jarrow in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A95   27 September 1806
administration bond, penal sum £40; Jane HARRISON, widow, of Sedgfield in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A96   25 September 1806
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; George WINLO, ship-owner, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A97   1 September 1806
administration bond, penal sum £300; Frances JEFFERSON, widow, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcstle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1806/A98/1   10 October 1806
administration bond, penal sum £600; Threlkeld BUSBY, coal-fitter, bachelor, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A98/2-3   10 October 1806
renunciation; Threlkeld BUSBY, coal-fitter, bachelor, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
proxy of renunciation
DPRI/3/1806/A99   13 October 1806
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; Mary MANSEL, heretofore Saint, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1806/A100/1-3   22 October 1806
administration bond, penal sum £170; William BROWN, yeoman, of Lemington in the parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration limited to the intestate's interest in a bond left unadministered
DPRI/3/1806/A101   30 October 1806
administration bond, penal sum £400; John GALE, tallow-chandler, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1806/A102   31 October 1806
administration bond, penal sum £150; Mary PAXTON, widow, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A103   4 November 1806
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas RANKIN, husbandman, of Lowick in the chapelry of Lowick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1806/A104   3 November 1806
administration bond, penal sum £120; William STEPHENSON, yeoman, widower, of parish of Stannington in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1806/A105   1 November 1806
administration bond, penal sum £200; Zachariah CAMPION, mariner, bachelor, of Staiths in the county of York
endorsed with memorandum relating that administrator sworn, 1 Nov 1806; limited to property within Durham diocese
DPRI/3/1806/A106/1   3 November 1806
administration bond, penal sum £300; David TAYLORSON, mariner, of King Street Old Gravel Lane in the parish of Saint George in the East in the county of Middlesex
DPRI/3/1806/A106/2-3   3 November 1806
certificate of oath and execution of bond; David TAYLORSON, mariner, of King Street Old Gravel Lane in the parish of Saint George in the East in the county of Middlesex
DPRI/3/1806/A106/4   10 April 1806
letter of request; David TAYLORSON, mariner, of King Street Old Gravel Lane in the parish of Saint George in the East in the county of Middlesex
bishop of Durham to the bishop of London
DPRI/3/1806/A107   10 November 1806
administration bond, penal sum £1,700; John DINSDALE, gentleman, bachelor, of Newsham in the parish of Winston in the county of Durham
endorsed with certificate of oath, 10 Nov 1806
DPRI/3/1806/A108
administration bond, penal sum £200; Alexander BOOKLESS, master mariner, bachelor, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1806/A109   18 November 1806
administration bond, penal sum £190; John LEE, miner, of White Lee in the parish of Kirkhaugh in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1806/A110   13 November 1806
administration bond, penal sum £400; Henry WILD, mariner, bachelor, of Easington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A111/1   11 November 1806
administration bond, penal sum £900; Mary AINSLEY, heretofore Hodgson, widow, formerly of the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland, but late of the Strand in the parish of Saint Martin in the Fields in the county of Middlesex
administration granted to Frances Dutton daughter of the deceased, her sister Elizabeth Pattinson having renounced
DPRI/3/1806/A111/2-3   25 October 1806
renunciation; Mary AINSLEY, heretofore Hodgson, widow, formerly of the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland, but late of the Strand in the parish of Saint Martin in the Fields in the county of Middlesex
proxy of renunciation, exhibited 6 Nov 1806
DPRI/3/1806/A111/4   11 November 1806
certificate of oath, 11 November 1806; Mary AINSLEY, heretofore Hodgson, widow, formerly of the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland, but late of the Strand in the parish of Saint Martin in the Fields in the county of Middlesex
DPRI/3/1806/A111/5   6 November 1806
letter of request, 6 November 1806; Mary AINSLEY, heretofore Hodgson, widow, formerly of the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland, but late of the Strand in the parish of Saint Martin in the Fields in the county of Middlesex
DPRI/3/1806/A112   13 November 1806
administration bond, penal sum £580; Gibson YARROW, spirit-merchant, bachelor, of parish of Saint nicholas in the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A113   19 November 1806
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas STALEY, farmer, widower, of Middleton in Teesdale in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A114   1 December 1806
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Joseph WALKER, clerk, of Lanchester in the parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A115   3 December 1806
administration bond, penal sum £200; Margaret FATKIN, spinster, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1806/A116/1-3   10 December 1806
administration bond, penal sum £9; William ROMAINE, merchant, of Hartlepool in the county of Durham
grant of administration limited to the intestate's interest in property at Seaton Carew left unadministered
DPRI/3/1806/A117   15 December 1806
administration bond, penal sum £3,600; William WILSON, esquire, of Castle Eden in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A118   16 December 1806
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Godfrey Bingley HIRST, gentleman, of Thornton le Moor in the parish of North Otterington in the county of York within the peculiar and spiritual jurisdiction of Allerton and Allertonshire
DPRI/3/1806/A119   22 December 1806
administration bond, penal sum £39; Joseph IRWIN, pitman, of Pitt Hill in the parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A120   22 December 1806
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas STARK, mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A121   18 December 1806
administration bond, penal sum £5,000; William STAWARD, gentleman, widower, of Wooler in the parish of Wooler in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1806/A122   27 December 1806
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Ann HALL, spinster, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A123   30 December 1806
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Thomas GUTHERY, master mariner, of Ballast Hills in the chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1806/A124   24 December 1806
administration bond, penal sum £400; William ARMSTRONG, gentleman, of Holy Island in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1806/A125   18 December 1806
administration bond, penal sum £4,100; Edward HEDLEY, farmer, of Gunnerton Fell in the parish of Chollerton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1806/A126/1-2   23 December 1806
curation bond, penal sum £300; Matthew SANDERSON, farmer, of parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham. Died April 1806
Jane Vickers and Elizabeth Wier, aunts of the intestate and guardians (?and tutors) of Jane Sanderson, John Sanderson and Susannah Sanderson, his children
DPRI/3/1806/A126/3-5   23 December 1806
acceptance of guardianship; Matthew SANDERSON, farmer, of parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham. Died April 1806
DPRI/3/1806/A127   23 December 1806
administration bond, 23 December 1806, penal sum £300; Matthew SANDERSON, farmer, of parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham. Died April 1806
administration granted to Jane Vickers and Elizabeth Wier, aunts, for the use of the intestate's children
Will bonds 1806
Reference: DPRI/3/1806/T
DPRI/3/1806/T1   20 January 1806
will bond, penal sum £39; John BAINBRIDGE, butcher, of Barnard Castle in the county of Durham
administration granted by decree of court to George Bainbridge, brother and principal creditor, the executrix having died
DPRI/3/1806/T2   7 January 1806
will bond, penal sum £180; John PATTINSON, gentleman, Framwelgate in Durham, , formerly of Carr house in the county of Durham
administration granted by decree of court to Isabella Pattinson the relict, the named executors having died in the lifetime of the testator
DPRI/3/1806/T3   23 January 1806
will bond, penal sum £400; Ann SHAW, spinster, of Elemore Hall in the Parish of Pittington in the county of Durham. Died 15 January 1806
administration granted to the parents and universal legatees, no executor having been named in the will
DPRI/3/1806/T4   1 February 1806
will bond, penal sum £9; Jacob SHOTTON, joiner, City of Durham, , formerly of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham
administration granted to Ann Shotton the relict and residuary legatee, the sole executor having renounced
DPRI/3/1806/T5   21 January 1806
will bond, penal sum £50; Joseph FARBRIDGE, yeoman, of Slaley in the parish of county of Northumberland
administration granted to Thomas Wilby the residual legatee, the sole executrix having died in the lifetime of the testator
DPRI/3/1806/T6   17 March 1806
will bond, penal sum £800; Thomas KIRSOP, farmer, of Village of Longhorsley and Parish of Longhorsley in the county of Northumberland. Died February 1806
administration granted to the universal legatee, thre being no executor named in the will
DPRI/3/1806/T7/1-7   15 March 1806
will bond, penal sum £9; John LONGHORN, merchant, of Stockton upon Tees in the county of Durham
grant of administration to Wilson Dobing limited to the intestate's interest in property on the south side of Silver Street in Stockton
DPRI/3/1806/T8   29 March 1806
will bond, penal sum £39; James MOSES, yeoman, of West Auckland in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Elizabeth Moses the relict and administratrix of John Moses, the universal legatee and executor of Margaret Moses, the relict, sole executrix and residuary legatee of the deceased
DPRI/3/1806/T9   29 March 1806
will bond; Margaret MOSES, widow, of West Auckland in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Elizabeth Moses the administratrix of John Moses the universal legatee named in the will of the deceased
DPRI/3/1806/T10   7 April 1806
will bond, penal sum £400; James DAND, the elder, yeoman, of parish of Bedlington and county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Mary Hindmarsh administratrix of James Dand the younger
DPRI/3/1806/T11   14 April 1806
will bond, penal sum £200; Andrew YOUNG, doctor of medicine, bachelor, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle
administration granted to John Young the brother, and creditor of the deceased,
DPRI/3/1806/T12   19 April 1806
will bond, penal sum £400; Joseph DAVIDSON, lead-ore miner, of Blagill in the parish of Aldstone (Aldston) and in the couny of Cumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Ann Advidson the relict and legatee, left unadministered by John Davidson one of the named executors
DPRI/3/1806/T13/1-3   2 May 1806
will bond, penal sum £9; William HINDMARSH, tanner, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to George Lindsay, limited to the deceased's interest in property in the Market Place in Alnwick left unadministered
DPRI/3/1806/T14/1   19 April 1806
will bond, penal sum £600; Matthew HALL, blacksmith, of Byker Bar in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to the legatees the named executors having renounced
DPRI/3/1806/T14/2-3   12 April 1806
renunciation; Matthew HALL, blacksmith, of Byker Bar in the county of Northumberland
proxy of renunciation
DPRI/3/1806/T15   25 June 1806
will bond, penal sum £200; William CHARLTON, Charleton, yeoman, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the widower of the daughter and named legatee of the deceased
DPRI/3/1806/T16   13 June 1806
will bond, penal sum £5,000; John TAYLOR, lieutenant belonging to his Majesty's 13th Regiment of Foot, army lieutenant, esquire, bachelor, of Cornsay House in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the legatees, there being no executor named
DPRI/3/1806/T17   3 July 1806
will bond, penal sum £3,000; James JOHNSON, merchant, of South Shields in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the legatee, no executor being named in the will
DPRI/3/1806/T18   29 July 1806
will bond, penal sum £500; George STRAKER, master mariner, of Walker in the parish of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to the universal legatee there being no executor named in the will
DPRI/3/1806/T19   16 September 1806
will bond, penal sum £200; Margaret EDWARDS, widow, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to the residuary legatee , the named executor having renounced
DPRI/3/1806/T20   16 September 1806
will bond, penal sum £600; Barbara METHUEN, widow of James Methuen, widow, of Tweedmouth in the county Palatine of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the son and one of the residuary legatees, there being no executor named in the will
DPRI/3/1806/T21   29 September 1806
will bond, penal sum £200; James METHUEN, fisherman, of Tweedmouth in the county Palatine of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the son, residuary legatee and administrator of Barbara Methuen sole executrix and residuary legatee of the deceased
DPRI/3/1806/T22/1-4   4 October 1806
will bond, penal sum £9; Richard SMITH, yeoman, Mordon in the parish of Sedgefield in the county of Durham, formerly of Preston upon Skerne in the county of Durham
grant of administration to John Stonehouse limited to the intestate's interest in property at Urley Nook in the parish of Egglescliffe
DPRI/3/1806/T23   2 September 1806
will bond, penal sum £100; Joseph DAVIDSON, private soldier in 2nd Battalion of his Majesty's 61st Regiment of Foot in Ireland, army private, bachelor, Otterburn in the parish of Elsdon in the county of Northumberland, Ireland
administration granted with will annexed to Jane Ritchie legatee, principal creditor and administratrix
DPRI/3/1806/T24   1 November 1806
will bond, penal sum £150; John GREENSIT, brewer, of Picktree in the county of Durham
administration with will annexed granted to the relict and one of the residual legatees, the sole named executor having died before the deceased
DPRI/3/1806/T25   6 November 1806
will bond, penal sum £190; John HETHERINGTON, miner, of Alston in the county of Cumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to the residuary legatees, the named executors and the relict having survived the deceased but since died
Administration bonds 1807
Reference: DPRI/3/1807/A
DPRI/3/1807/A1   5 January 1807
administration bond, penal sum £200; Christopher KILVINTON, butcher, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A2   10 January 1807
administration bond, penal sum £39; John MARLEY, blacksmith, of Esh in the chapelry of Esh in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A3   10 January 1807
administration bond, penal sum £400; Jane WADE, widow, of Scotch House in the parish of Boldon in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A4   13 January 1807
administration bond, penal sum £180; Thomas COXON, carpenter, bachelor, of Hartley Pans in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A5   16 January 1807
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; William BILTON, grocer, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A6   19 January 1807
administration bond, penal sum £400; Mary WEBSTER, widow, of Gilligate in the parish of Saint Giles in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A7   21 January 1807
administration bond, penal sum £400; William JOHNSON, yeoman, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1807/A8   26 January 1807
administration bond, penal sum £200; James EGGLESTON, surgeon, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A9   19 January 1807
administration bond, penal sum £3,500; Roger MAUGHAN, yeoman, widower, of West Black Dean in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A10   22 January 1807
administration bond, penal sum £600; John STODART, goldsmith, of chapelry of All Saints in the county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1807/A11   17 January 1807
administration bond, penal sum £400; Nicholas HETHERINGTON, miller, of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A12   4 February 1807
administration bond, penal sum £400; William PAUL, yeoman, widower, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilda in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A13   11 February 1807
administration bond, penal sum £1,500; Joseph DIXON, yeoman, widower, of Belsay Barns in the parish of Bolam in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A14   17 February 1807
administration bond, penal sum £120; Thomas WINSHIP, labourer, of Hebburn in the parish of Jarrow in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A15   23 February 1807
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; George DENTON, ship-owner, of East Bolden in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A16   3 March 1807
administration bond, penal sum £900; Thomas CANNY, ship-owner, of parish of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A17   26 February 1807
administration bond, penal sum £9; Anthony SMITH, merchant, of Hartlepool in the country of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A18   5 March 1807
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Thomas BROWN, saddler, widower, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1807/A19/1-4   26 February 1807
administration bond, penal sum £9; Ann BALL, spinster, of Hampton Court in the county of Middlesex
DPRI/3/1807/A20   7 March 1807
administration bond, penal sum £900; James HENZELL, merchant, articled servant, workman, of parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham
administration granted to Elizabeth Henzell, relict
DPRI/3/1807/A21   5 March 1807
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 Ann Row, relict
DPRI/3/1807/A22/1-2   23 January 1807
administration bond, penal sum £9; James RUDDOCK, bachelor, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A23   7 March 1807
administration bond, penal sum £200; William ROBSON, yeoman, of Horton Grange in the parish of Stannington in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A24   10 March 1807
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Lionel HOPPER, yeoman, bachelor, of parish of Whickham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A25   14 March 1807
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Thomas ELLIOTT, tile manufacturer, of St Anthonys in the chapelry of All Saints in the town of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1807/A26   12 March 1807
administration bond, penal sum £600; Henry POAD, master mariner, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilda in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A27   25 March 1807
administration bond, penal sum £100; William BARROW, labourer, of Cramlington in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A28   25 March 1807
administration bond, penal sum £40; Richard PINES, mariner, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth
DPRI/3/1807/A29   4 April 1807
administration bond, penal sum £400; Matthew SMITH, gentleman, widower, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilda in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A30   4 March 1807
administration bond, penal sum £39; Hannah CROWE, widow, of Greatham in the parish of Greatham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A31/1-2   4 March 1807
administration bond, penal sum £39; Ann APPLEBY, spinster, of Greatham in the parish of Greatham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A32   1 March 1807
administration bond, penal sum £39; Nicholas COLLINSON, widower, of chapelry of Saint Johns in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A33/1-2   8 April 1807
administration bond, penal sum £100; John OLIVER, yeoman, of Seaton Carew in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A34   11 April 1807
administration bond, penal sum £9; Robert NELSON, mariner, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A35   17 April 1807
administration bond, penal sum £100; Alice ORD, spinster, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1807/A36   17 April 1807
administration bond, penal sum £500; John HALL, master mariner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A37   18 April 1807
administration bond, penal sum £200; James JEFFREY, farmer, widower, of Hebburn in the parish of Chillingham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A38/1-4   16 April 1807
administration bond, penal sum £160; Ann NESBIT, wife of Christopher Nesbit, nee Richardson, widow, of Bilton in the parish of Lesbury in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to George Nesbit limited to the intestate's interest in property at Warkworth
DPRI/3/1807/A39   4 May 1807
administration bond, penal sum £9; Elizabeth ARCHER, of Alston in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A40   4 May 1807
administration bond, penal sum £9; Samuel WALTON, of Alston in the County of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A41/1   11 April 1807
administration bond, penal sum £9; John LONGHORN, merchant, of Stockton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A42   2 May 1807
administration bond, penal sum £200; Isabella WHITE, widow, of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A43   2 May 1807
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas DOBSON, miner, of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A44   6 May 1807
administration bond, penal sum £200; John COATES, yeoman, bachelor, of Plawsworth in the parish of Chester-le-Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A45   9 May 1807
administration bond, penal sum £400; John FORSTER, yeoman, of Black Boy in the parish of Saint Andrew Auckland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A46   12 May 1807
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Alexander FALCONER, earthenware manufacturer, of chapelry of Saint John in the county of Newcastle-upon-Tyne
DPRI/3/1807/A47   5 May 1807
administration bond, penal sum £70; Thomas BROWN, yeoman, bachelor, of Cambo in the parish of Hartburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A48   18 May 1807
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas HEDLEY, farmer, of Denton Woodside in the chapelry of Saint John in the county of Newcastle-upon-Tyne
DPRI/3/1807/A49   23 May 1807
administration bond, penal sum £200; William MOFFITT, butcher, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A50   23 May 1807
administration bond, penal sum £9; Leonard SHIELD, miner, of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A51   5 June 1807
administration bond, penal sum £9; John BOWER, yeoman, of Byker Barr in the chapelry of All Saints in the county of Newcastle-on-Tyne
DPRI/3/1807/A52   11 June 1807
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; John SMITH, cabinet-maker, upholsterer, of Berwick-upon-Tweed in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A53   12 June 1807
administration bond, penal sum £400; William KINGSTON, excise supervisor, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A54   13 June 1807
administration bond, penal sum £100; Martin FALKIN, miner, of Wellgill in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A55/1-2   16 June 1807
administration bond, penal sum £220; Elizabeth ATKINSON, widow, of Staindrop in the county of Durham
administration granted to the father of the deceased
DPRI/3/1807/A56   22 June 1807
administration bond, penal sum £200; Aaron THOMPSON, ship-owner, bachelor, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A57/2   25 June 1807
affidavit; John STOTT, house-carpenter, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilda in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A57/3-4   15 April 1807
certificate of oath and execution of bond; John STOTT, house-carpenter, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilda in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A57/5   17 March 1807
letter of request; John STOTT, house-carpenter, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilda in the county of Durham
letter of request to the Bishop of London
DPRI/3/1807/A58   27 June 1807
administration bond, penal sum £200; Elizabeth KIRTON, formerly Tinker, widow, South Shields in the county of Durham, formerly of Heaton in the parish of Jarrow
DPRI/3/1807/A59   3 July 1807
administration bond, penal sum £300; Robert SHEPHERD, wagon-man, bachelor, of Pontop Hallin in the parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A60   27 June 1807
administration bond, penal sum £400; Henry STEPHENSON, miner, of Wellgill in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A61   11 July 1807
administration bond, penal sum £400; George WHITE, tailor, of Villiers Street in the parish of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A62   11 July 1807
administration bond, penal sum £200; Alice BELL, of Luishield in the parish of Haltwhistle in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A63   13 July 1807
administration bond, penal sum £39; George BEAUMONT, yeoman, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A64   16 July 1807
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; John BUDDLE, viewer of collieries, of Wallsend in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A65   18 July 1807
administration bond, penal sum £400; Alice TAYLERSON, widow, of Hope House in the parish of Bishop Middleham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A66   21 July 1807
administration bond, penal sum £400; Henry ORNSBY, gentleman, widower, of Darlington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A67/1   23 July 1807
administration bond, penal sum £800; Ann ROBSON, widow, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A67/2   3 July 1807
letter of request, 3 July 1807; Richard PRIME, widower, of Castle Court, Budge Row in the parish of St Antholin in the City of London
letter of request to the Bishop of London
DPRI/3/1807/A67/3   20 July 1807
certificate of oath; Richard PRIME, widower, of Castle Court, Budge Row in the parish of St Antholin in the City of London
DPRI/3/1807/A68/1   17 July 1807
administration bond, penal sum £900; Richard PRIME, widower, of Castle Court, Budge Row in the parish of St Antholin in the City of London
DPRI/3/1807/A69   25 July 1807
administration bond, penal sum £39; John WILLIS, painter, bachelor, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A70/1   25 July 1807
administration bond, penal sum £9; John PILES, gentleman, City of London, formerly of Newcastle-on-Tyne in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A70/A2-3   25 July 1807
Letters of Administration, 25 July 1807; John PILES, gentleman, City of London, formerly of Newcastle-on-Tyne in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A71/1-3   18 July 1807
administration bond, penal sum £9; Mary YALLOWBY, spinster, of Sweethope in the parish of Thockrington in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to William Yallowby, next of kin, limited to the intestate's interest in a moeity of The Rideing, Bywell St Andrew
DPRI/3/1807/A72   1 August 1807
administration bond, penal sum £400; William HALL, gentleman, bachelor, of Darlington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A73   4 August 1807
administration bond, penal sum £39; Robson SINGLETON, bachelor, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A74   4 August 1807
administration bond, penal sum £200; William CLEUGH, master mariner, bachelor, of chapelry of All Saints in the county of Newcastle-upon-Tyne
DPRI/3/1807/A75   18 April 1807
administration bond, penal sum £200; Mary MATTISON, spinster, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A76   20 August 1807
administration bond, penal sum £39; Ann BRYDONE, widow, of Berwick-upon-Tweed in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A77   22 August 1807
administration bond, penal sum £200; Sarah BELLERBY, nee Chapman, of Shadforth in the parish of Pittington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A78   27 August 1807
administration bond, penal sum £300; Abigail FOTHERINGHAM, widow, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A79   27 August 1807
administration bond, penal sum £200; Joseph FLOUNDERS, the younger, grocer, bachelor, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A80   1 September 1807
administration bond, penal sum £900; Thomas WEAR, dyer, fuller, of Otterburn in the parish of Elsdon in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A81/1-3   27 August 1807
administration bond, penal sum £9; Henry WASTELL, clerk, of Simonburn in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Cuthbert Brown, limited to the deceased's interest in the Honour, Barony, castle, manor and capital or mansion house of Bywell, the townships of Bywell and Newton, the lock dam and fishery of Bywell, two water corn mills and one fulling mill, all in the parishes of Bywell St Peter and Bywell ST Andrew, Northumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A82/1-3   22 August 1807
administration bond, penal sum £9; Sir Edward HULSE, baronet, of Bremer in the county of Hampshire
DPRI/3/1807/A82/4   22 August 1807
certificate of oath, 22 August 1807; Sir Edward HULSE, baronet, of Bremer in the county of Hampshire
DPRI/3/1807/A83/1-2   3 September 1807
administration bond; John WALTON, yeoman, widower, of chapelry of Hamsterley in the county of Durham
with certificate of oath, penal sum £150
DPRI/3/1807/A84   3 October 1807
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robinson JACKSON, yeoman, of Langley in the parish of Brancepeth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A85/1-4   23 September 1807
administration bond, penal sum £9; John WIDDRINGTON, gentleman, of chapelry of Saint John in Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration of goods left unadministered limited to the intestate's interest in property at Newgate Street, Newcastle
DPRI/3/1807/A86   24 September 1807
administration bond, penal sum £39; Francis HENDERSON, merchant seaman, Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham, formerly of the merchant ship John
DPRI/3/1807/A87   26 September 1807
administration bond, penal sum £450; Clement HENDERSON, farmer, of Thrunton in the parish of Whittingham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A88   25 September 1807
administration bond, penal sum £100; Segur ORIEL, customs officer, of Seaton Sluice in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A89   1 October 1807
administration bond, penal sum £5; Christian SUMMERS, Bates, spinster, of Saint Nicholas in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A90   6 October 1807
administration bond, penal sum £39; Joseph NORMAN, keelman, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A91   5 October 1807
administration bond, penal sum £39; Isabella MASCALL, widow, of Seaham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A92   5 October 1807
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas ALLISON, yeoman, bachelor, of Edington in the parish of Mitford in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A93   7 October 1807
administration bond, penal sum £850; John HUDSON, yeoman, bachelor, of North Seaton in the parish of Woodhorn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A94   6 October 1807
administration bond, penal sum £200; Edward GILES, yeoman, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A95   9 October 1807
administration bond, penal sum £300; Mary BATES, widow, of chapelry of All Saints in the town of Newcastle on Tyne in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A96   13 October 1807
administration bond, penal sum £700; Barbara TURNBULL, widow, of Ballant Hills in the chapelry of All Saints in the town of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A97   19 October 1807
administration bond, penal sum £600; Isabella SPRAGGON, spinster, of East Rainton in the parish of Houghton-le-Spring in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A98   26 October 1807
administration bond, penal sum £39; Henry LAMBTON, esquire, of Lambton Hall in the parish of Chester-le-Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A99   29 October 1807
administration bond, penal sum £9; John BROWN, mariner, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A100   31 October 1807
administration bond, penal sum £9; Eleanor TAYLOR, formerly Ashworth, of St Helen Auckland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A101   31 October 1807
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; George FENTON, merchant, of Berwick-upon-Tweed in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A102   6 November 1807
administration bond, penal sum £500; William DITCHBURN, wool-comber, bachelor, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A103   7 November 1807
administration bond, penal sum £7,000; Peter BURRELL, gentleman, of Hallgarth Street in the parish of Saint Oswald in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A104   25 November 1807
administration bond, 25 November 1807, penal sum £9; Henry RICHARDSON, doctor of medicine, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration of goods left unadministered to Robert Thompson limited to the intestate's interest in property at Bowsden, Northumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A105   19 November 1807
administration bond, penal sum £160; Henry TAYLOR, esquire, bachelor, of Criston Bank in the parish of Embleton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A106   30 November 1807
administration bond, penal sum £200; Margaret BOLTON, widow, of Alnwick in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A107   30 November 1807
administration bond, penal sum £7,000; John DAYS, ship-owner, of West Dean Lodge in the parish of Jarrow in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A108   2 December 1807
administration bond, penal sum £390; Thomas Standfast SMITH, gentleman, of Berwick-upon-Tweed in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A109   5 December 1807
administration bond, penal sum £100; Sarah GREENSITT, widow, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A110   4 December 1807
administration bond, penal sum £39; Thomas WALLIS, yeoman, of Woodhall in the parish of Haltwhistle in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A111   2 December 1807
administration bond, penal sum £7,000; Thomas FRANK, master mariner, of Walker Place in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A112   2 December 1807
administration bond, penal sum £350; George DOBSON, yeoman, bachelor, of Plessey in the parish of Stannington in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1807/A113/1   17 November 1807
administration bond, penal sum £300; William STOREY, farmer, of parish of Cowesby in the county of York
DPRI/3/1807/A113/2-3   2 December 1807
letters of administration, 2 December 1807; William STOREY, farmer, of parish of Cowesby in the county of York
DPRI/3/1807/A114   14 December 1807
administration bond, penal sum £39; Richard SHUTT, master mariner, of Jarrow in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A115   17 December 1807
administration bond, penal sum £200; Andrew COWEN, butcher, of Willington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A116   17 December 1807
administration bond, penal sum £39; John ALDERSON, shopkeeper, of West Auckland in the chapelry of St Helen Auckland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/A117   23 December 1807
administration bond, penal sum £190; Thomas GRECIAN, cabinet-maker, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
Will bonds 1807
Reference: DPRI/3/1807/T
DPRI/3/1807/T1/1-2   12 January 1807
letter of request; Galfridus MANN, esquire, of Parish of St Martin in the Fields in the County of Middlesex
from the bishop of Durham to the archbishop of Canterbury
DPRI/3/1807/T1/3-6   9 February 1807
will bond, penal sum £9; Galfridus MANN, esquire, of Parish of St Martin in the Fields in the County of Middlesex
administration with the will and codicils annexed granted following death of original executors, limited to property in Willington and rents from Berwick upon Tweed and tithes from Fletham, Warmforth, Hopton, Lucker, Eddershaw, Matfen alias Mawen, Warrendon alias Warden and West Bradford, also property in Alwinton and Holystone, Kirkheaton and other places, all in Northumberland
DPRI/3/1807/T1/7-8   9 February 1807
certificate of oath; Galfridus MANN, esquire, of Parish of St Martin in the Fields in the County of Middlesex
from the archbishop of Canterbury to the bishop of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/T2/1   14 March 1807
will bond, penal sum £200; John BUSBY, master and mariner, of Bishop Wearmouth, formerly of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham. Died April 1805
administration with the will annexed granted to the testator's child, a residuary legatee, following renunciation by the widow and relict (another residuary legatee), the executors having died in the testator's lifetime, and the other residuary legatee having since died
DPRI/3/1807/T2/2-4   13 March 1807
renunciation; John BUSBY, master and mariner, of Bishop Wearmouth, formerly of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham. Died April 1805
DPRI/3/1807/T3/1   13 March 1807
will bond, penal sum £200; John OYSTON, innkeeper, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hild's in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the testator's son (one of the next of kin), following renunciation of the executors
DPRI/3/1807/T3/2-4   19 November 1806
renunciation; John OYSTON, innkeeper, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hild's in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/T4   1 April 1807
will bond, penal sum £1,400; John CHRISP, of Cold Rife in the chapelry of Chevington (Chivington) in the parish of Warkworth in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to the relict and residuary legatee, there being no executor
DPRI/3/1807/T5/1   2 May 1807
will bond, penal sum £900; Charles WILLIAMS, gentleman, late of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland, formerly of of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to the testator's daughter and residuary legatee, one of the executors and residuary legatee for life and the other executor having died
DPRI/3/1807/T5/2   19 December 1806
letter of request; Charles WILLIAMS, gentleman, late of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland, formerly of of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
from the bishop of Durham to the bishop of Chester
DPRI/3/1807/T5/3   2 May 1807
certificate of oath; Charles WILLIAMS, gentleman, late of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland, formerly of of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
from the bishop of Chester to the bishop of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/T6   12 May 1807
will bond, penal sum £30; Ann NICHOLSON, wife of John Nicholson of Stockton, weaver, late of Beverley in the county of York , formerly of Stockton in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the testator's husband, no executor or residuary legatee having been appointed
DPRI/3/1807/T7   18 May 1807
will bond, penal sum £3,000; Miles COATSWORTH, yeoman, of Trimdon in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the curators for the use and benefit of Miles Coatesworth, otherwise Coatsworth, an infant
DPRI/3/1807/T8   25 April 1807
will bond, penal sum £1,800; Rachael MAUDE, spinster, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the testator's nephew and niece, the brother and sole executor and residuary legatee having died
DPRI/3/1807/T9/1-4   27 May 1807
will bond, penal sum £9; Anthony WILKINSON, esquire, gentleman, of Crossgate in the chapelry of Saint Margaret in or nigh the city of Durham in the county of Durham
grant of administration of the goods left unadministered with the will annexed to John Dixon limited to the testator's interest in property at Tudhoe
DPRI/3/1807/T10/1   24 January 1807
will bond, penal sum £200; James RIPPON, tailor, of Stanhope in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the testator's nephew, one of the next of kin and a legatee substituted, the sole executor and residuary legatee having renounced
DPRI/3/1807/T10/2-3   18 October 1806
renunciation; James RIPPON, tailor, of Stanhope in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/T11/1-4   3 July 1807
will bond, penal sum £9; John MAIRE, esquire, late of Grays Inn in the county of Middlesex, formerly of Lartington in the county of York
grant of administration with the will and codicil annexed to John Russell Rowntree limited to the testator's interest in property in Stockton, the executors having died
DPRI/3/1807/T12   15 July 1807
will bond, penal sum £80; William PLACE, barber, of Houghton-le-Spring in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the sole executor and residuary legatee of the testator's widow, sole executrix and residuary legatee, following her death
DPRI/3/1807/T13   26 August 1807
will bond, penal sum £39; Jane ROBINSON, widow, of Union Lane in the Parish of Sunderland
administration with the will annexed granted to the children of the testator, no executor or residuary legatee having been appointed
DPRI/3/1807/T14   5 September 1807
will bond, penal sum £39; William NEWTON, grocer, of Woodenbridge in North Shields and County of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to creditors of the deceased
DPRI/3/1807/T15/1   12 May 1807
will bond, penal sum £1,500; John WALTON, yeoman, of Allergill in the Parish of Stanhope and County of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the testator's son, there being no executor named, and following the renunciation of his widow and other children
DPRI/3/1807/T15/2-4   24 January 1807
renunciation; John WALTON, yeoman, of Allergill in the Parish of Stanhope and County of Durham
exhibited, 11 May 1807
DPRI/3/1807/T16   1 October 1807
will bond, penal sum £600; Jane HALL, widow, of South Shields in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the niece and only next of kin, following death of the sole executor and residuary legatee in the lifetime of the testatrix
DPRI/3/1807/T17/1   21 October 1807
will bond, penal sum £700; Edward SIMPSON, ironmonger, of Pipewellgate in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham
administration with the will and codicil annexed granted to the daughter and residuary legatee, the executors having renounced
endorsed with cancelled 1804 will bond relating to Cuthbert Reavely of Kenton, Northumberland, gentleman
DPRI/3/1807/T17/2-3   19 October 1807
renunciation; Edward SIMPSON, ironmonger, of Pipewellgate in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1807/T18   12 November 1807
will bond, penal sum £400; Ann BATE, widow, of Whickham in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed of the goods left unadministered granted to the husband and administrator of Elizabeth Powell, the residuary legatee, the executors having died
DPRI/3/1807/T19/1-2   19 November 1807
will bond, penal sum £180; Jane BONE, widow, of Stockton in the county of Durham
administration with the will and codicil annexed granted to the only child, only next of kin and principal residuary legatee, following renunciation of the executors and residuary legatees
DPRI/3/1807/T20   4 December 1807
will bond, penal sum £200; William NICHOL, master mariner, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted by decree of court to the testator's mother and one of the devisees named, now the wife of Thomas Prudham, no executors having been named
Administration bonds 1808
Reference: DPRI/3/1808/A
DPRI/3/1808/A1   6 January 1808
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas ATKINSON, painter, glazier, of Chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle
DPRI/3/1808/A2   11 January 1808
administration bond, penal sum £120; Thomas STUART, yeoman, bachelor, of Birtley in the parish of Chester le Street in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A3   15 January 1808
administration bond, penal sum £150; John KIRTLEY, blacksmith, of Pallion in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A4   15 January 1808
administration bond, penal sum £9; Judith THIRSBY, widow, of Low Flatts in the parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A5   22 January 1808
administration bond, penal sum £9; Jane DAVISON, widow, of parish of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A6/1-4   19 January 1808
administration bond, penal sum £9; Thomas HUTCHINSON, yeoman, of Darlington in the county of Durham
grant of administration to William Grey limited to the intestate's interest in property at Darlington
DPRI/3/1808/A8   25 January 1808
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; William LAIDLER, master mariner, of Low LIghts in the parish of Tynemouth in the in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1808/A9   19 January 1808
administration bond, penal sum £400; Jane MALCOLM, widow, of North Shields in the in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1808/A10   5 February 1808
administration bond, penal sum £800; Jane BROWN, widow, of High Felling in the Chapelry of Heworth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A11   4 January 1808
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert MOWBRAY, yeoman, of Elwick in the parish of Hart in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A12   4 February 1808
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas DAVISON, belonging to the Ship Eagle Packet in the transport service, master mariner, of belonging to the Ship Eagle Packet in the transport service
with memorandum relating that the deceased's wife was drowned with him when the ship and all hands on board were lost
DPRI/3/1808/A13   3 February 1808
administration bond, penal sum £400; Robert MADDISON, mariner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1808/A14   5 February 1808
administration bond, penal sum £7,000; Isabel GISON, spinster, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1808/A15   7 February 1808
administration bond, penal sum £39; Robert NEVINS, yeoman, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1808/A16   10 February 1808
administration bond, penal sum £39; John CHIPCHASE, cordwainer, of new elvet in the parish of Saint Oswald in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A17   11 February 1808
administration bond, penal sum £500; Mary LEIGHTON, spinster, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle
DPRI/3/1808/A18   9 February 1808
administration bond, penal sum £30; John FOGG, blacksmith, widower, of Aycliffe in the parish of Aycliffe in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A19   12 February 1808
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Robert WALLIS, gentleman, bachelor, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A20   16 February 1808
administration bond, penal sum £500; George CLARKE, running fitter, of Sunderland in the in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A21   15 February 1808
administration bond, penal sum £500; John SMITH, agent, of Bishopwearmouth in the parish of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A22   15 February 1808
administration bond, penal sum £150; James HILL, gardener, of Raby in the parish of Staindrop in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A23   16 February 1808
administration bond, penal sum £40,000; Henry ELLISON, infant, bachelor, of Hebburn in the parish of Jarrow in the county of Durham
administration granted to sister, for goods left unadministered by mother
DPRI/3/1808/A24   16 February 1808
administration bond, penal sum £350; Joseph HARDEN, master mariner, formerly of Sunderland in the county of Durham, late on board the merchant ship Montgomery
DPRI/3/1808/A25   26 February 1808
administration bond, penal sum £600; Joseph BOOTH, master mariner, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A26   2 March 1808
administration bond, penal sum £400; William SEWELL, master mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A27   12 March 1808
administration bond, penal sum £200; Isaac FELL, grocer, of Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1808/A28   21 March 1808
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Thomas WOOD, millwright, widower, of Chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1808/A29   10 March 1808
administration bond, penal sum £300; Ambrose HODGSON, grocer, of Darlington in the parish of Darlington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A30   24 March 1808
administration bond, penal sum £400; Henry SINCLAIR, mariner, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A31   25 March 1808
administration bond, penal sum £150; James CLEMENT, miner, of chapelry of Hunstanworth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A32   29 March 1808
administration bond, penal sum £70; Thomas GALLON, H.M.S. Agamemnon, [royal navy or royal marine serviceman], of his majestys ship Agamemnon
DPRI/3/1808/A33   31 March 1808
administration bond, penal sum £9; Mary GARTH, widow, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1808/A34   4 April 1808
administration bond, penal sum £600; Joseph BURNETT, mariner, bachelor, of belonging to the merchant ship Silvanus
DPRI/3/1808/A35   5 April 1808
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; William LEES, coal-fitter, of Southwick in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A36   12 April 1808
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; David THOMAS, master mariner, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A37   12 April 1808
administration bond, penal sum £9; Frances WITTON, heretofore Richardson, widow, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A38   18 April 1808
administration bond, penal sum £400; Robert STEVENSON, mariner, of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1808/A39   18 April 1808
administration bond, penal sum £199; Francis GRAHAM, of Wellhope in the chapelry of Saint Johns in Weardale in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A40   10 March 1808
administration bond, penal sum £39; John GOLIGHTLY, yeoman, of North Gate in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A41   20 April 1808
administration bond, penal sum £150; Elizabeth MILLER, spinster, of Stockton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A42   29 April 1808
administration bond, penal sum £800; Thomas BELL, flour merchant, of late of the chapelry of All Saints in town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1808/A43   4 May 1808
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ralph WALLIS, merchant, of late of the chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1808/A44   5 May 1808
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann RUFSELL, widow, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A45   13 April 1808
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Isabella DIXON, widow, of the 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/3/1808/A46   11 May 1808
administration bond, penal sum £39; Francis SMITH, mariner, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A47   10 May 1808
administration bond, penal sum £300; Robert FARROR, gardener, of late of the chapelry of Horton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1808/A48   13 May 1808
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; John PERIGAL, esquire, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1808/A49   14 May 1808
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Edward WATTS, ship-owner, bachelor, of Cowpen in the chapelry of Horton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1808/A50/1-4   13 April 1808
administration bond, penal sum £9; Thomas MOFFAT, tailor, of Crookham in the parish of Ford in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Johnson Pattison limited to the intestate's interest in property at Berwick upon Tweed; adminstration first granted to William Moffat, son, 13 Mar 1769
DPRI/3/1808/A51   1 December 1807
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Sarah TURNBULL, widow, of Berwick upon Tweed
bond erroneously filed in 1808
DPRI/3/1808/A52   24 May 1808
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ralph CREA, farmer, of Low Barton in the parish of Whittingham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1808/A53   4 June 1808
administration bond, penal sum £900; Richard ROBINSON, clerk, widower, of Boldon in the parish of Boldon in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A54   4 June 1808
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; David WALKER, of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A55   13 May 1808
administration bond, penal sum £900; George SIGSWORTH, ship-owner, of chapelry of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A56   11 June 1808
administration bond, penal sum £39; Thomas PARKAR, blacksmith, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A57/1-4   11 June 1808
administration bond, penal sum £9; William RUTTER, gentleman, bachelor, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration is granted limited to £100
DPRI/3/1808/A58   14 June 1808
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; William HUNTER, master mariner, bachelor, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A59   13 June 1808
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; William HAWKES, the younger, gentleman, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A60   11 June 1808
administration bond, penal sum £200; Timothy READ, miner, of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1808/A61/1   17 June 1808
administration bond, penal sum £600; Ann NICHOLSON, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1808/A61/2   21 March 1808
letter of request; Ann NICHOLSON, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
letter from the Bishop of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A61/3   17 May 1808
certificate; Ann NICHOLSON, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
letter from Bishop of London to Durham certifying that a commision of oath was carried out
DPRI/3/1808/A62   22 June 1808
administration bond, penal sum £250; John WALKER, weaver, of Greatham in the parish of Greatham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A63   20 June 1808
administration bond, penal sum £39; Margery MILBURN, of Bellingham in the parish of Simonburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1808/A64   7 July 1808
administration bond, penal sum £150; William WILKINSON, spirit-merchant, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1808/A65   9 July 1808
administration bond, penal sum £200; James ROBINSON, woollen-draper, of chapelry of All Saints town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1808/A66   13 July 1808
administration bond, penal sum £150; Ann WEATHERHEAD, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A67   7 July 1808
administration bond, penal sum £800; John GOULDSBROUGH, of parish of Winston in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A68   23 July 1808
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; William GRAHAM, carrier, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1808/A69   8 August 1808
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann BURN, widow, of chapelry of All Saints town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne in the County of Nothumberland
DPRI/3/1808/A70   8 August 1808
administration bond, penal sum £9; Samuel ROBSON, widower, of parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A71   8 August 1808
administration bond, penal sum £200; Isabella ROBSON, of Peels House in the parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A72   20 August 1808
administration bond, penal sum £9; Andrew BUCKHAM, weaver, of Wallbotle in the parish of Newburn town and county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1808/A73   16 July 1808
administration bond, penal sum £390; John HAVELOCK, miner, of Nenthead in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1808/A74/1-3   11 August 1808
administration bond, penal sum £9; Henry WASTELL, clerk, of Simonburn in the county of Northumberland
administration granted limited to the residue and remainder of the lease regarding manor of Stanton, parish of Longhorsley
DPRI/3/1808/A75   30 July 1808
administration bond, penal sum £200; George DOBSON, yeoman, bachelor, of Pallion in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A76   3 August 1808
administration bond, penal sum £800; Thomas BREWIS, of White House in the parish of Stannington in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1808/A77   22 August 1808
administration bond, penal sum £600; William TURNER, butcher, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1808/A79   29 August 1808
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; Henry DOUBLEDAY, esquire, of parish of Saint Giles city of Durham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A79/2   29 August 1808
renunciation; Henry DOUBLEDAY, esquire, of parish of Saint Giles city of Durham in the county of Durham
letter of rennunciation of Frances Doubleday widow of Henry Doubleday esquire
DPRI/3/1808/A81   20 August 1808
administration bond, penal sum £390; John MARTIN, merchant, of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1808/A82   1 September 1808
administration bond, penal sum £200; William BOAG, patten-maker, widower, of parish of Saint Nicholas town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1808/A83/1-4   7 September 1808
administration bond, penal sum £9; William WIDDRINGTON, esquire, of Cheeseburn Grange in the parish of Stamfordham in the county of Northumberland
administration granted limited to residue and remainder of property in East Matfen
DPRI/3/1808/A84   13 September 1808
administration bond, penal sum £9; Joseph OLIVER, mariner, of Burley Street in the parish of Sunderland
DPRI/3/1808/A85   24 September 1808
administration bond, penal sum £200; Elizabeth NEWTON, heretofore Alderson widow, widow, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A86   3 October 1808
administration bond, penal sum £400; John ROBINSON, innkeeper, of chapelry of All Saints town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1808/A87   5 October 1808
administration bond, penal sum £1,500; William SADLER, farmer, of Tritlington in the chapelry of Hebburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1808/A88   7 October 1808
administration bond, penal sum £2,700; William WADE, farmer, bachelor, of Headlam in the parish of Gainford in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A89   12 October 1808
administration bond, penal sum £9,000; Robert COLHOUN, flax-merchant, of Chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1808/A90   15 October 1808
administration bond, penal sum £500; Henry RUTHERFORD, yeoman, of Bees Banks in the parish of Pittington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A91   13 October 1808
administration bond, penal sum £7,000; William KELLY, ship-owner, sub-distributor of stamps, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1808/A92   13 October 1808
administration bond, penal sum £20; Ralph WATSON, otherwise Lowrey, mariner, bachelor, of belonging to the merchant ship Kingston of Newcastle
DPRI/3/1808/A93   10 May 1808
administration bond, penal sum £400; Nicholas NICHOLSON, miller, of Burtreeford in the chapelry of Saint John in Weardale in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A94   22 October 1808
administration bond, penal sum £200; John SANDERS, carrier, of Greenends in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1808/A95/1-4   26 October 1808
administration bond, penal sum £9; Caleb WILSON, merchant, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
grant of administration to Thomas Robson limited to the intestate's interest in property at Sunderland
DPRI/3/1808/A96   17 October 1808
administration bond, penal sum £5,000; Dorothy BURRELL, spinster, of Plainfield in the parish of Rothbury in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1808/A97   2 November 1808
administration bond, penal sum £39; Edward THOMPSON, cordwainer, of Cornforth in the parish of Bishop Middleham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A98   22 November 1808
administration bond, penal sum £100; John BURDON, husbandman, widower, of Bishop Wearmouth in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A99   4 November 1808
administration bond, penal sum £39; William NICHOLS, excise officer, of Framwellgate in or near the City Of Durham in the county of Durham
administration of the goods left unadministed by Margaret Nichols, relict
DPRI/3/1808/A100/1   26 November 1808
administration bond, penal sum £9; Edward CROOKS, miner, bachelor, of parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham
administration granted to George Crooks, nephew and mariner but now prisoner of war in France, through his attorney Robert Nichols, limited to the deceased's interest in money and property at Elswick via the will and codicil of George Stephenson of Elswick esquire
DPRI/3/1808/A100/2-5   3 June 1807
power of attorney; Edward CROOKS, miner, bachelor, of parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A101
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Nathaniel DUNCAN, innkeeper, of Wooler in the County Northumberland
DPRI/3/1808/A102   26 October 1808
administration bond, penal sum £300; Richard NICHOLSON, carrier, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1808/A103/1   9 December 1808
administration bond, penal sum £400; William BELLAMY, organist, bachelor, of Berwick upon Tweed in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1808/A103/2-3   30 November 1808
letter of request; William BELLAMY, organist, bachelor, of Berwick upon Tweed in the county of Northumberland
from the bishop of Durham to the bishop of London
DPRI/3/1808/A103/4-5   9 December 1808
certificate of oath and execution of bond; William BELLAMY, organist, bachelor, of Berwick upon Tweed in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1808/A104   8 December 1808
administration bond, penal sum £700; William CARBY, mariner, bachelor, of Chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1808/A105   17 December 1808
administration bond, penal sum £180; Thomas DEFTY, pitman, bachelor, of Harraton in the parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A106   10 December 1808
administration bond, penal sum £39; Elizabeth GILHESPY, of Bedlington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A107   10 December 1808
administration bond, penal sum £29; Margaret LANCASTER, of Garrowgill Gate in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1808/A108   8 December 1808
administration bond, penal sum £100; William MARTIN, shipwright, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1808/A109/1-4   3 December 1808
administration bond, penal sum £9; James ROWELL, yeoman, of Lavericks Hall in the chapelry of Matfen town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration limited to the intestate's interest in property at East Matfen, Northumberland
DPRI/3/1808/A110   12 December 1808
administration bond, penal sum £200; William ROBSON, tin-plate worker, of in the town and county of Newcastle
DPRI/3/1808/A111   14 December 1808
administration bond, penal sum £200; John VERTY, linen-draper, widower, of Chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1808/A112/1-4   23 November 1808
administration bond, penal sum £9; Robert FENWICK, esquire, formerly of Lemmington in the county of Northumberland, but late of the parish of Saint Nicholas in the city of Durham
grant of administration to William Lawson limited to the intestate's interest in property at Hauxley, Northumberland
DPRI/3/1808/A113   23 December 1808
administration bond, penal sum £1,500; James FORSYTH, master mariner, South Shields in the county of Durham, Prisoner in France
DPRI/3/1808/A114   26 November 1808
administration bond, penal sum £200; George MILLICAN, miner, of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1808/A115   17 December 1808
administration bond, penal sum £39; James KEARTON, miner, of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1808/A116   17 December 1808
administration bond, penal sum £29; Thomas WALTON, tailor, widower, of Wolsingham in the county of Durham
Will bonds 1808
Reference: DPRI/3/1808/T
DPRI/3/1808/T1   15 January 1808
will bond, penal sum £300; John THIRSBY, yeoman, of Quarry house in the Parish of Chester-le-Street in the county of Durham
administration granted to Joseph Thirsby, son and residuary legatee, the executor and relict having both died
DPRI/3/1808/T2/1   2 January 1808
will bond, penal sum £2,000; William HEDLEY, farmer, of Redpath in the Parish of Hartburn in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to Gabriel Goldburn, guardian of Ephraim Hedley, executor
DPRI/3/1808/T2/2-4   30 November 1807
election of guardian; William HEDLEY, farmer, of Redpath in the Parish of Hartburn in the county of Northumberland
with acceptance of guardianship, 30 November 1807
DPRI/3/1808/T3   27 January 1808
will bond, penal sum £300; Matthew WAUGH, yeoman, of Hurworth upon Teese in the county of Durham
administration granted to the executors of John Waugh, sole executor having not proved the will
DPRI/3/1808/T4/1   3 February 1808
will bond, penal sum £35,000; Henry SMITH, cheesemonger, tallow-chandler, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
administration granted to the sons and residuary legatees, the executors having renounced
DPRI/3/1808/T4/2-3   11 January 1808
renunciation; Henry SMITH, cheesemonger, tallow-chandler, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
exhibited, 29 Jan 1808
DPRI/3/1808/T5   5 February 1808
will bond, penal sum £2,000; Christopher PARKIN, gentleman, of Softley in the Parish or parochial chapelry of Hamsterly in the county of Durham
administation granted to the children and residuary legatees, the executors having renounced
DPRI/3/1808/T7/1   16 March 1808
will bond, penal sum £900; Alice DAVIDSON, widow, of Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to son and residuary legatee, the executors having renounced
DPRI/3/1808/T7/2-3   2 March 1808
renunciation; Alice DAVIDSON, widow, of Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
exhibited 10 March 1808
DPRI/3/1808/T8   17 March 1808
will bond, penal sum £1,600; John MADDOCKS, farmer, of Wooler Haughhead in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to the widow and residuary legatee, the executors having declined to act
DPRI/3/1808/T9   31 March 1808
will bond, penal sum £400; Timothy GARTH, rope-maker, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to the administrators of the testator's relict, universal legatee since deceased
DPRI/3/1808/T10   12 April 1808
will bond, penal sum £39; David RICHARDSON, carver, gilder, formerly of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne, late of Milburn Place in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to William Witton as husband and administrator of Frances Witton formerly wife of David Richardson
DPRI/3/1808/T11/1   7 May 1808
will bond, penal sum £10,000; John JEFFREYS, burgess of Berwick-upon-Tweed, gentleman, bachelor, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed
Administration granted to William Jeffreys, brother and administrator of John Jeffreys, Jane Jeffreys, mother and only other next of kin having renounced
DPRI/3/1808/T11/2-4   4 May 1808
renunciation; John JEFFREYS, burgess of Berwick-upon-Tweed, gentleman, bachelor, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1808/T12   27 May 1808
will bond, penal sum £200; Margaret SHAW, wife of Bernard Shaw esquire, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to Barbara Shaw, relict of Bernard Shaw, husband and residuary legatee of Margaret Shaw, since deceased
DPRI/3/1808/T13   17 May 1808
will bond, penal sum £39; Christopher WRIGHT, of Gainford in the County of Durham
Administration granted to widow and residuary legatee, no executor being named in the will
DPRI/3/1808/T14/1-3   20 June 1808
will bond, penal sum £9; Gabriel HALL, saddler, gentleman, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne, chapelry of Saint Andrew
grant of administration with will annexed to George Weatherby limited to the testator's interest in property at Elsdon, Symondburn and Bellingham in the county of Northumberland.
DPRI/3/1808/T15/1-8   10 May 1808
will bond, penal sum £9; Reed SURTEES, esquire, gentleman, formerly of Mansforth (Mensforth, Mainsforth), late of Stranton in the county of Durham. Died 1790
grant of administration with will annexed to John Chilton limited to the testator's interest in property at Newbiggin and Redworth in the parish of Heighington
DPRI/3/1808/T16/1-4   25 July 1808
will bond, penal sum £1,000; Ann CRAMLINGTON, wife of William Wellington esquire, of Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration with the will annexed to daughters of deceased, limited to the testator's interest in a legacy given by will of Priscilla Atlee dated 30 July 1800, following the renunciation of widower.
DPRI/3/1808/T16/5-6   9 July 1808
renunciation; Ann CRAMLINGTON, wife of William Wellington esquire, of Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1808/T17   27 August 1808
will bond, penal sum £200; Ann WALLIS, widow, of Low Boggle Hole in the chapelry of Lamesley and County of Durham
administration granted with will annexed following death of executors and residuary legatees.
DPRI/3/1808/T18/1-4   27 September 1808
will bond, penal sum £9; Edward BIGGE, gentleman, Jesmond, formerly of Lincolns Inn in the County of Middlesex
grant of administration, with will annexed, to George Weatherby limited to the testator's interest in property in the parish of Pontisland, Northumberland.
DPRI/3/1808/T19   5 December 1808
will bond, penal sum £300; John SIMPSON, yeoman, of Gatecoat in the township of Lynesack and Softley in the chappelry of Hamsterly in the county of Durham
Administration granted with will annexed to John Greenwell, curator or guardian of son of deceased, a minor.
DPRI/3/1808/T20   22 December 1808
will bond, penal sum £39; William BELL, yeoman, of Cornwood in the parish of Halthwistle, formerly of West Stonehouse in the Parish of Haltwhistle in the county of Northumberland
administration granted, with will annexed, to John Bell, following the death of the original executor.
DPRI/3/1808/T21/1-4   12 January 1808
will bond, penal sum £9; Thomas LIDDELL, esquire, of Newton Hall in the chapelry of Saint Margaret in the County of Durham
grant of administration with will annexed of the goods left unadministered to John Gregson, limited to the testator's interest in property at Flass, in the county of Durham
Administration bonds 1809
Reference: DPRI/3/1809/A
DPRI/3/1809/A1   4 January 1809
administration bond, penal sum £600; James HALL, of parish of Shilbottle in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A2   6 January 1809
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Mary DAVISON, widow, of Norton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A3   7 January 1809
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Ralph WAKE, husbandman, of Seaton House in the parish of Longhoughton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A4   21 January 1809
administration bond, penal sum £200; George WALTON, shopkeeper, bachelor, formerly of Bishop Wearmouth , but late of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A5/1-2   16 January 1809
administration bond, penal sum £9; John HODGSON, gentleman, of Fytches in the chapelry of Hamsterley in the county of Durham
administration granted limited to a lease (30 November 1677) relating to some lands in Witton le Wear
DPRI/3/1809/A6   25 January 1809
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; John WATSON, farmer, of Unthank in the chapelry of Tweedmouth
DPRI/3/1809/A7   28 January 1809
administration bond, penal sum £500; William TULLY, shipwright, bachelor, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilds
DPRI/3/1809/A8   2 February 1809
administration bond, penal sum £100; Alexander MCLEOD, mariner, of North Shields in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A9   8 February 1809
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert THOMPSON, master mariner, bachelor, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A10   10 February 1809
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas WHITE, farmer
DPRI/3/1809/A11   14 February 1809
administration bond, penal sum £600; Thomas BROWN, shipbuilder, of Southwick in the parish of Bishopwearmouth
DPRI/3/1809/A12   13 February 1809
administration bond, penal sum £200; Edward HOGG, master mariner, of Bishop Wearmouth in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A13   11 February 1809
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; James STEEL, farmer, of Haggerston in the parish of Holy Island in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A14   25 February 1809
administration bond, penal sum £500; William HUTTON, master mariner, widower, of Gateshead Fell in the Parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A15   2 March 1809
administration bond, penal sum £100; John JORDAN, master mariner, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A16   27 February 1809
administration bond, penal sum £39; John WALTON, innkeeper, of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A17/1   23 February 1809
administration bond, penal sum £500; Mary SHAW, of Scalby near Scarborough
DPRI/3/1809/A17/2   11 February 1809
letters of request; Mary SHAW, of Scalby near Scarborough
request from Durham to York in order to swear oath
DPRI/3/1809/A17/3   23 February 1809
certificate of oath; Mary SHAW, of Scalby near Scarborough
from York to Durham replying to letters of request
DPRI/3/1809/A18   10 March 1809
administration bond, penal sum £250; James FEWSTER, gentleman, of Bowser's Hole in the parish of Ryton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A19   15 March 1809
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert WILSON, master mariner, of South Shields
DPRI/3/1809/A20   11 March 1809
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; John BUCKBARROW, clerk, of Simonburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A21   22 March 1809
administration bond, penal sum £400; Richard HILLS, yeoman, of Ancroft Greens in the chapelry of Ancroft in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A22   27 March 1809
administration bond, penal sum £200; John TAYLOR, gentleman, of Milburn Place in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A23/1   18 March 1809
administration bond, penal sum £30,000; Edward WYLAM, the younger, coal-fitter, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
administration granted to brother and creditor following renunciation of next of kin
DPRI/3/1809/A23/2   10 March 1809
renunciation; Edward WYLAM, the younger, coal-fitter, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A24   8 April 1809
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert WINTER, yeoman, of Trimdon in the chapelry of Trimdon in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A25   3 April 1809
administration bond, penal sum £300; Pickering MOSCROP, gentleman, of Bellingham in the parish of Bellingham in the county of Northumberland and siocese of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A26   13 April 1809
administration bond, penal sum £160; William ARCHER, farmer, of Chapelry of St. Helen Aukland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A27   15 April 1809
administration bond, penal sum £900; Robert THRIFT, mariner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A28   14 April 1809
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Frances FENWICK, widow, of Parish of Saint Nicholas in the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A29   14 April 1809
curation bond, 14 April 1809; Frances FENWICK, widow, of Parish of Saint Nicholas in the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A30   21 April 1809
administration bond, penal sum £30; John CURRY, yeoman, of Cox Green in the chapelry of Painshaw in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A31   10 April 1809
administration bond, penal sum £30; John MAKEPEACE, belonging to H.M.S. Argo, royal navy seaman, bachelor, parish of Jarrow in the county of Durham, but belonging to His Majesty's ship Argo
DPRI/3/1809/A32   22 April 1809
administration bond, penal sum £300; John STEPHENSON, yeoman, bachelor, of Chapelry of Slaley in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A33   25 April 1809
administration bond, penal sum £39; Edward TURNER, cooper, of Whittingham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A34   28 April 1809
administration bond, penal sum £100; John MACKENZEY, mariner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A35   28 April 1809
administration bond, penal sum £100; John PETERS, mariner, of Township and parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A36   28 April 1809
administration bond, penal sum £900; Evan THOMPSON, sail-maker, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A37   1 May 1809
administration bond, penal sum £600; Alexander WILSON, auctioneer, of Chapelry of Saint John in the town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1809/A38   6 May 1809
administration bond, penal sum £1,500; Dorothy WOOD, widow, of Bedlington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A39   13 May 1809
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; George WALKER, innkeeper, of Chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1809/A40   16 May 1809
administration bond, penal sum £200; Matthew Masterman ROCKWOOD, bachelor, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A41   19 May 1809
administration bond, penal sum £200; Edward WARD, innkeeper, of Lanchester in the parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A42   17 May 1809
administration bond, penal sum £200; Abraham BYWATER, master mariner, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A43   20 May 1809
administration bond, penal sum £400; John PATTERSON, fisherman, of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1809/A44/1-3   13 May 1809
administration bond, penal sum £9; Robert SALMON, gentleman, formerly of Hexham in the county of Northumberland, late of Corbridge in the parish of Corbridge in the county of Northumberland
administration limited to residue and reminder of a lease regarding property in Slaley
DPRI/3/1809/A45   10 June 1809
administration bond, penal sum £150; Thomas STORER, of Well House in the parish of Chollerton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A46   4 April 1809
administration bond, penal sum £400; Mary LONGSTAFF, spinster, of Butterknowle in the chapelry of Hamsterley in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A47   6 June 1809
administration bond, penal sum £200; John NATTRASS, shopkeeper, of chapelry of St John in Weardale in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A48   29 June 1809
administration bond, penal sum £39; John WATSON, pitman, of Burnmoor in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A49   26 June 1809
administration bond, penal sum £200; Jane HOGGINS, widow, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1809/A50   27 June 1809
administration bond, penal sum £180; James GRAHAM, cordwainer, of Seaton Sluice in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A51/1-4   1 July 1809
administration bond, penal sum £9; Thomas MONTEITH, gentleman, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
administration limited to residue and remainder of lease regarding property in Alnwick
DPRI/3/1809/A52   25 June 1809
administration bond, penal sum £39; James OLIVER, mason, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilda in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A53   5 July 1809
administration bond, penal sum £150; Edward MANNERS, sheriff's bailiff, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1809/A54   12 July 1809
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; William GRAHAM, ship-owner, widower, of Dockwray Square in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A55   15 July 1809
administration bond, penal sum £15,000; Jane JEFFREYS, widow, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1809/A56   21 July 1809
administration bond, penal sum £200; Joseph KENT, master mariner, bachelor, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1809/A57   21 July 1809
administration bond, penal sum £400; William COOK, master mariner, of Westoe in the parish of Jarrow in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A58   31 July 1809
administration bond, penal sum £200; Stephen URWIN, mariner, bachelor, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A59   9 August 1809
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Richard BUTTLER, ship-owner, of Bishop Wearmouth in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A60/1-4   20 July 1809
administration bond, penal sum £9; Robert DOUGLAS, gentleman, of parish of St Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration limited to residue and remainder of lease concerning property in Castle Moot, Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1809/A61   9 August 1809
administration bond, penal sum £200; James WILSON, yeoman, widower, of Etall in the parish of Ford in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A62/1-3   12 August 1809
administration bond, penal sum £9; Ann WEEMS, widow, of Sheraton in the parish of Monkheslidon in the county of Durham
administration limited to residue and remainder of lease concerning property at Sheraton
DPRI/3/1809/A63   18 August 1809
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas SHARP, master mariner, of Monkwearmouth in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A64   23 August 1809
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; John STEPHENSON, of Wolviston in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A65   18 August 1809
administration bond, penal sum £800; John GIBSON, farmer, of Grindon Ridge in the parish of Norham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A66   7 September 1809
administration bond, penal sum £800; Philip TUART, mariner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A67   9 September 1809
administration bond, penal sum £300; Thomas LAVERICK, publican, of Butcher Race in the parish of Merrington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A68   9 September 1809
administration bond, penal sum £400; John MAY, carpenter, of Sunderland in the parish of Sunderland and in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A69   5 October 1809
administration bond, penal sum £39; Thomas BURN, labourer, of Killingworth in the parish of Longbenton in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A70   16 September 1809
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Jonathan BLAGDON, painter, glazier, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A71   16 September 1809
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann BENNET, spinster, of Wooler in the parish of Wooler in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A72   4 September 1809
administration bond, penal sum £190; William JOHNSON, innkeeper, of chapelry of Barnard Castle in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A73   15 September 1809
administration bond, penal sum £450; Sarah MASON, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A74/1   13 September 1809
administration bond, penal sum £200; George NORRIS, mariner, bachelor, of Blyth in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A74/2-3   4 September 1809
letter of request; George NORRIS, mariner, bachelor, of Blyth in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A74/4   13 September 1809
certificate of oath; George NORRIS, mariner, bachelor, of Blyth in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A75   7 October 1809
administration bond, penal sum £200; John BARRON, farmer, of Gallow Shield Rigg in the parish of Haltwhistle in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A76   9 October 1809
administration bond, penal sum £200; William DAVIDSON, hardwareman, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A77   2 October 1809
administration bond, penal sum £39; John JOPLING, miller, of Broadwood in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A78   9 October 1809
administration bond, penal sum £190; Joseph ROBSON, labourer, of Howdon Pans in the parish of Wallsend in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A79   13 October 1809
administration bond, penal sum £120; George PICKERING, yeoman, of chapelry of Whitworth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A80   13 October 1809
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; William EVANS, mariner, South Shields in the county of Durham, but late a prisoner in France
DPRI/3/1809/A81   16 October 1809
administration bond, penal sum £900; Luke WILKIN, yeoman, of Chowdon Hall in the chapelry of Lamesley in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A82   31 August 1809
administration bond, penal sum £600; Michael CHARLTON, whitesmith, of chapelry of St John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1809/A83   18 October 1809
administration bond, penal sum £400; Henry STAFFORD, sail-maker, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A84   24 October 1809
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Matthew JOHNSON, viewer of collieries, of Walker (Byker) in the parish of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A85   28 October 1809
administration bond, penal sum £400; Edward RAMSEY, bachelor, of Acklington in the parish of Warkworth and county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A86   21 October 1809
administration bond, penal sum £800; Archibald MACK, farmer, of Belford in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A87/1   4 November 1809
administration bond, penal sum £200; William HUDSON, husbandman, of Rothbury in the parish of Rothbury in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A87/2-4   11 October 1809
affidavit; John NEWTON, merchant, bachelor, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
affidavit relating to the incapacity of Joseph Newton
DPRI/3/1809/A87/5-6   11 October 1809
affidavit; John NEWTON, merchant, bachelor, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
affidavit relating to the intestacy and incapacity of Joseph Newton
DPRI/3/1809/A88/1-3   3 November 1809
administration bond, penal sum £15,000; John NEWTON, merchant, bachelor, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A88/4   2 October 1809
monition; John NEWTON, merchant, bachelor, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
executed at Tynemouth, 8 Oct 1809
DPRI/3/1809/A88/5-6   1 November 1809
commission; John NEWTON, merchant, bachelor, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
commission to Joseph Ireland and William J Haswell, clerks, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration to Richard Brown and Ann Fenwick, cousins of the intestate, for the use of Joesph Newton, his father; commission executed by Haswell, 3 Nov 1809
DPRI/3/1809/A88/7   3 November 1809
affidavit; John NEWTON, merchant, bachelor, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
affidavit of the sureties
DPRI/3/1809/A89   7 November 1809
administration bond, penal sum £9; Matthew RICHARDSON, mariner, of Sunderland in the county of Durham but late belonging to the merchant ship Ann
DPRI/3/1809/A90   8 November 1809
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas HUDSON, farmer, of Peighills in the chapelry of Hebburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A91   7 November 1809
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas GREENWELL, innkeeper, of Gateshead in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A92   13 November 1809
administration bond, penal sum £200; Catharine NEWTON, widow, of North Dissington in the parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A93/1-4   4 November 1809
administration bond, penal sum £9; Henry LADLAR, gentleman, of parish of St Nicholas in the city of Durham
administration limited to residue and remainder of lease regarding property at Framwellgate
DPRI/3/1809/A94   13 November 1809
administration bond, penal sum £100; John SWINBURN, gentleman, of Bishop Auckland in the parish of St Andrew Auckland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A95   11 November 1809
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; John HOPPER, the younger, gentleman, of Glanton in the parish of Whittingham in the county of Northumberland. Died August 1809
administration granted to the curators of the children, the relict having renounced
DPRI/3/1809/A96/1-2   11 November 1809
curation bond, penal sum £3,000; John HOPPER, the younger, gentleman, of Glanton in the parish of Whittingham in the county of Northumberland. Died August 1809
curation of John Hopper and five other named children granted to the uncle and another
DPRI/3/1809/A96/3-4   15 September 1809
acceptance of guardianship; John HOPPER, the younger, gentleman, of Glanton in the parish of Whittingham in the county of Northumberland. Died August 1809
DPRI/3/1809/A96/5-6   15 September 1809
election of guardians; John HOPPER, the younger, gentleman, of Glanton in the parish of Whittingham in the county of Northumberland. Died August 1809
DPRI/3/1809/A96/7-8   15 September 1809
renunciation; John HOPPER, the younger, gentleman, of Glanton in the parish of Whittingham in the county of Northumberland. Died August 1809
renunciation of Hannah Hopper, relict
DPRI/3/1809/A97   20 November 1809
administration bond, penal sum £600; Thomas STEEL, shipwright, bachelor, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A98   14 November 1809
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; John BUDDLE, farmer, of Monkridge Hall in the parish of Elsdon in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A99   20 November 1809
administration bond, penal sum £400; James SMITH, yeoman, of Fletchers Dub in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A100   25 November 1809
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Thomas ROBSON, tallow-chandler, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1809/A101   24 November 1809
administration bond, penal sum £600; George DIXON, yeoman, of Porto Bello in the parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A102/1   27 November 1809
administration bond, penal sum £400; William WARD, master mariner, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1809/A102/2-3   24 November 1809
power of attorney; William WARD, master mariner, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1809/A103   21 November 1809
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Thomas STEPHENSON, gentleman, of Greatham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A104   1 December 1809
administration bond, penal sum £1,100; Robert BARRETT, master mariner, of Stockton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A105   5 December 1809
administration bond, penal sum £900; Frederick SMART, agent, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died June 1809
DPRI/3/1809/A106   1 December 1809
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; John BELL, master mariner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A107   7 December 1809
administration bond, penal sum £39; Ann HASWELL, spinster, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A108   7 December 1809
administration bond, penal sum £39; Margaret HASWELL, spinster, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A110/1   1 May 1809
administration bond, penal sum £39; Thomas NORTON, yeoman, widower, of Norton in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A110/2-3   29 April 1809
renunciation; Thomas NORTON, yeoman, widower, of Norton in the County of Durham
renunciation of Margaret Gibson, one of the two children of the deceased
DPRI/3/1809/A111   16 December 1809
administration bond, penal sum £100; William JOHNSON, mason, of Stamfordham in the parish of Stamfordham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A112   21 December 1809
administration bond, penal sum £200; Samuel BEARDSLEY, innkeeper, of Ferryhill in the parish of Merrington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A113   20 December 1809
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Isaac CARTMELL, excise officer, of chapelry of Saint Margaret in or near the city of Durham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A114/1   31 March 1806
administration bond, penal sum £700; John Gilbert IRONSIDE, gentleman, bachelor, Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham, late of the island of Jamaica
DPRI/3/1809/A114/2-3   28 February 1806
letters of request; John Gilbert IRONSIDE, gentleman, bachelor, Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham, late of the island of Jamaica
with certificate of oath, 31 March 1806
request to magistrates of the county of Lanark, Scotland, to take the oath, endorsed with certificate from one of the Justices of the Peace
DPRI/3/1809/A115   16 December 1809
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas ARCHER, miner, of Nenthead in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A116   29 December 1809
administration bond, penal sum £9; William CROMBIE, common brewer, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1809/A117   30 December 1809
administration bond, penal sum £400; Edmund BOWNAS, yeoman, widower, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A118   29 December 1809
administration bond, penal sum £9; William HUTCHINSON, yeoman, of Ingo in the parish of Stamfordham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A119   23 December 1809
administration bond, penal sum £200; John POTTS, glazier, of Alston in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A120   29 December 1809
administration bond, penal sum £9; George SPARKS, spirit-dealer, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1809/A121   27 December 1809
administration bond, penal sum £400; Robert RAMSHAW, gentleman, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A122/1   27 December 1809
administration bond, penal sum £900; John FORSTER, butcher, bachelor, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/A122/2-3   21 December 1809
letter of request; John FORSTER, butcher, bachelor, of South Shields in the county of Durham
with proxy, 22 December 1809
DPRI/3/1809/A123   28 December 1809
administration bond, penal sum £39; George HUNTER, innkeeper, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1809/A124   11 December 1809
administration bond, penal sum £200; Lowinger MADDISON, mason, of Harlowfield in the chapelry of Haydon in the county of Northumberland
Will bonds 1809
Reference: DPRI/3/1809/T
DPRI/3/1809/T1   14 January 1809
will bond, penal sum £5,000; Margaret DOBSON, widow, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the testator's only two children, there being no executor or residuary legatee named
DPRI/3/1809/T2   23 February 1809
will bond, penal sum £1,000; Thomas JOHNSON, butler to Mrs Baker, butler, yeoman, of Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to one of the universal legatees, following the death of the relict, the other universal legatees being minors
DPRI/3/1809/T3   13 February 1809
will bond, penal sum £1,500; Alice IRONSIDE, spinster, of Parish of Houghton le Spring
administration with the will annexed granted to the sister and residuary legatee, there being no executor named
DPRI/3/1809/T4   6 March 1809
will bond, penal sum £39; John TAYLOR, keelman, of Offerton Haugh in the chapelry of Painshaw and County of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the relict and universal legatee, there being no executor named
DPRI/3/1809/T5   18 March 1809
will bond, penal sum £1,500; Thomas HARLE, gentleman, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will and codicil annexed granted to the sole executor and residuary legatee of the testator's brother (now deceased, previously the sole executor and residuary legatee of Thomas Harle)
DPRI/3/1809/T6   30 March 1809
will bond, penal sum £39; Edward TEASDALE, lieutenant in his Majesty's 45th Regiment of Foot, army lieutenant, of stationed at Up Park camp, Jamaica
administration with the will annexed granted to the testator's mother and universal legatee, there being no executor named
DPRI/3/1809/T7   11 May 1809
will bond, penal sum £9,000; Jane BARRAS, widow, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the residuary legatee for life, the executors having died, and the residuary legatees being minors
DPRI/3/1809/T8/1   31 May 1809
will bond, penal sum £200; William BELL, yeoman, of West Auckland in the chapelry of Saint Helen Auckland in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the only child and universal legatee, there being no executor named and the relict and universal legatee for life having died
DPRI/3/1809/T8/2-4   26 May 1809
letter of request; William BELL, yeoman, of West Auckland in the chapelry of Saint Helen Auckland in the county of Durham
from the bishop of Durham to the bishop of Bristol
DPRI/3/1809/T8/5   31 May 1809
certificate of oath; William BELL, yeoman, of West Auckland in the chapelry of Saint Helen Auckland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/T9   5 June 1809
will bond, penal sum £400; Ralph LEWIN, otherwise Lewins, mariner, of Holy Island in the County Palatine of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the relict and a legatee; with mention that the surviving executor and other next of kin should show as to why the relict should not be granted letters of administration
DPRI/3/1809/T10/1-4   2 June 1809
will bond, penal sum £9; Robert SHAFTO, esquire, of Whitworth in the county of Durham. Died November 1797
Shafto's surviving executors renounced executorship, 'at least within the diocese of Durham'; grant of administration, with the will annexed, to George Grainger (Granger) limited to Shafto's interest in property in the township of Preston-on-Tees
DPRI/3/1809/T11   17 June 1809
will bond, penal sum £1,200; Thomas HENDERSON, ship-owner, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the relict and residuary legatee, one of the executors having died in the testator's lifetime, the surviving executor having renounced
DPRI/3/1809/T12/1-4   29 April 1809
will bond, penal sum £9; Sir William CARR, baronet, esquire, of Etal in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed, limited to property in Hauxley (left unadministered by original executrix)
DPRI/3/1809/T13/1   4 July 1809
will bond, penal sum £1,200; Charles SELBYE, gentleman, of Carle alias Yeardhill in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to the relict and administratrix of the testator's son (one of the executors and residuary legatee, since deceased)
DPRI/3/1809/T13/2   26 June 1809
letter of request; Charles SELBYE, gentleman, of Carle alias Yeardhill in the county of Northumberland
from the bishop of Durham to the magistrates of the shire of Roxburgh in North Britain [Scotland]
DPRI/3/1809/T13/3-4   4 July 1809
certificate of oath; Charles SELBYE, gentleman, of Carle alias Yeardhill in the county of Northumberland
from one of the magistrates for the shire of Roxburgh in North Britain [Scotland] to the bishop of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/T14/1   5 July 1809
will bond, penal sum £400; George ROBSON, blacksmith, of Sedgfield in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the sole executor's son and administrator, the sole executor having died
DPRI/3/1809/T14/2   5 July 1809
certificate of oath; George ROBSON, blacksmith, of Sedgfield in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1809/T15/1-2   30 August 1809
will bond, penal sum £160; George DEANHAM, yeoman, of Norton in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Robert Deanham, brother and sole executor of Jane Deanham, daughter, sole executrix and residuary legatee, following her death; endorsed with certificate of oath on verso
DPRI/3/1809/T16/1-4   23 September 1809
will bond, penal sum £9; Reed SURTEES, esquire, gentleman, formerly of Mansforth (Mensforth, Mainsforth), late of Stranton in the county of Durham. Died 1790
administration with the will annexed granted to John Gregson, of properties Colt Park, Black Hall (Medomsley) in parishes of Ryton, Lanchester and Sedgefield; Elizabeth Surtees, relict and sole executrix having died intestate leaving estate unadministered
DPRI/3/1809/T17   21 October 1809
will bond, penal sum £1,600; John HALL, blacksmith, of Willington in the Parish of Wallsend in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to the administratrixes of the testator's widow and sole executrix
DPRI/3/1809/T18   30 October 1809
will bond, penal sum £2,000; Thomas FORSTER, ship-owner, master mariner, of Portsmouth in the county of Southampton, formerly of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
administration granted to the relict and residuary legatee, following death of one executor and renunciation of the other
DPRI/3/1809/T19   27 November 1809
will bond, penal sum £9; Lawrence WHEATLEY, yeoman, of Parish of wearmouth in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the son and principal legatee and administrator, no executor being named; administrator noted as sworn on same day
DPRI/3/1809/T20   9 December 1809
will bond, penal sum £9; George MOORE, yeoman, of Wellsprings in the chapelry of Witton Gilbert in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to a creditor and administrator
DPRI/3/1809/T21   12 December 1809
will bond, penal sum £200; Edward SCOTT, yeoman, of Harlowfield in the chapelry of Haydon in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to the relict and administratrix of the testator's sole executor and residuary legatee
DPRI/3/1809/T22/1-2   29 December 1809
curation bond, penal sum £1,600; Margaret COATES, widow and relict of William Coates gentleman, widow, of Dockwray Square in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland. Died March 1809
DPRI/3/1809/T23/1   29 December 1809
will bond, penal sum £1,600; Margaret COATES, widow and relict of William Coates gentleman, widow, of Dockwray Square in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland. Died March 1809
administration granted with the will annexed to the mother, curator and guardian of the minor and residuary legatee, the executor having renounced
DPRI/3/1809/T23/2-3   19 December 1809
acceptance of guardianship; Margaret COATES, widow and relict of William Coates gentleman, widow, of Dockwray Square in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland. Died March 1809
DPRI/3/1809/T23/4-5   6 December 1809
renunciation; Margaret COATES, widow and relict of William Coates gentleman, widow, of Dockwray Square in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland. Died March 1809
DPRI/3/1809/T23/6-7   19 December 1809
election of guardian; Margaret COATES, widow and relict of William Coates gentleman, widow, of Dockwray Square in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland. Died March 1809
Administration bonds 1810
Reference: DPRI/3/1810/A
DPRI/3/1810/A1   15 January 1810
administration bond, penal sum £900; John SAINT, yeoman, of Woodhorn in the parish of Woodhorn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A2   12 January 1810
administration bond, penal sum £400; Isaac PIGG, flour dealer, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1810/A3   20 January 1810
administration bond, penal sum £39; Thomas BELL, pitman, of Eighton Banks in the chapelry of Lamesley in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A4   23 January 1810
administration bond, penal sum £600; Robert MOSS, innkeeper, of Darlington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A5   2 February 1810
administration bond, penal sum £400; Cooper ABBS, gentleman, of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A6   7 February 1810
administration bond, penal sum £80; John CHARTERS, mariner, of High Street in the parish of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A7   3 February 1810
administration bond, penal sum £200; William EGGLESTON, sail-maker, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A8   6 February 1810
administration bond, penal sum £200; Alexander RUTHERFORD, joiner, widower, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1810/A9   8 February 1810
administration bond, penal sum £240; John ARCHER, farmer, of Helmington Row in the parish of Brancepeth in the county of Durham. Died 29 August 1809
DPRI/3/1810/A10   10 February 1810
administration bond, penal sum £400; Robert BLACKBURN, yeoman, of chapelry of All Saints in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1810/A11/1-4   7 February 1810
administration bond, penal sum £9; Anthony ATKINSON, gentleman, of Woodifield in the chapelry of Witton le Wear in the county of Durham
administration limited to land in Whorlton and Gainford
DPRI/3/1810/A12   12 February 1810
administration bond, penal sum £600; John SCOTT, hawker, pedlar, bachelor, of Harnham in the parish of Bolam in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A13   14 February 1810
administration bond, penal sum £6,000; William YOUNG, ship-owner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A14   15 February 1810
administration bond, penal sum £150; Avery JOHNSON, master mariner, parish of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham, late a prisoner in France
DPRI/3/1810/A15   24 February 1810
administration bond, penal sum £600; Mary NESBIT, widow, of Horsley in the parish of Ovingham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A16   24 February 1810
administration bond, penal sum £400; John NESBIT, farmer, of Horsley in the parish of Ovingham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A17   17 February 1810
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas ROBINSON, gentleman, widower, of Cold Nockles in the parish of Pittington in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A18   27 February 1810
administration bond, penal sum £1,100; William CLARK, yeoman, of Sleekburn in the parish of Bedlington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A19   24 February 1810
administration bond, penal sum £1,500; John SHARPE, gentleman, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A20   23 March 1810
administration bond, penal sum £180; William CALVERT, farmer, of Warkworth of the parish of Heighington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A21/1   30 March 1810
administration bond, penal sum £20,000; Adam YELLOLY, gentleman, bachelor, of Chester hill in the parish of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland
Oath of William Watson brother in law of Adam Yelloly
DPRI/3/1810/A21/2   26 March 1810
administration bond, penal sum £20,000; Adam YELLOLY, gentleman, bachelor, of Chester hill in the parish of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland
Oath of Adam Sibbit brother in law of Adam Yelloly
DPRI/3/1810/A22   7 April 1810
administration bond, penal sum £180; John HINDHAUGH, shopkeeper, of parish of Rothbury in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A23   29 January 1810
administration bond, penal sum £140; Jonathan GARTHWAITE, yeoman, of Wolsingham Park in the parish of Wolsingham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A24   19 March 1810
administration bond, penal sum £600; Mary CROZIER, spinster, of Broombalks in the parish of Jedburgh in the shire of Roxburgh in North Britain
DPRI/3/1810/A25   31 March 1810
administration bond, penal sum £600; John BURN, miner, bachelor, of Foul Loaning in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A26   14 April 1810
administration bond, penal sum £400; William SPOURS, gentleman, of Alnwick in the parish of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A27/1   5 April 1810
administration bond, penal sum £39; Sir John O'CARROLL, baronet, widower, formerly of the city of Bath , late of the city of Brussells
DPRI/3/1810/A27/2-5   26 March 1810
letter of request; Sir John O'CARROLL, baronet, widower, formerly of the city of Bath , late of the city of Brussells
with certificate of oath and execution of bond
letter from Bishop of Durham to Bishop of London
DPRI/3/1810/A28   3 April 1810
administration bond, penal sum £900; William SHARPE, hairdresser, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A29   14 April 1810
administration bond, penal sum £200; Michael WALTON, of Alston in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A30/1   21 April 1810
administration bond, penal sum £300; John BROWN, parish clerk, bachelor, of Whittingham in the parish of Whittingham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A30/2   30 March 1810
letter of request; John BROWN, parish clerk, bachelor, of Whittingham in the parish of Whittingham in the county of Northumberland
letter from the Bishop of Durham to the Bishop of London
DPRI/3/1810/A30/3   21 April 1810
certificate of oath; John BROWN, parish clerk, bachelor, of Whittingham in the parish of Whittingham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A31   1 May 1810
administration bond, penal sum £600; Jeremiah WILKINSON, master mariner, of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A32   27 April 1810
administration bond, penal sum £600; John VICKERSON, farmer, of Longbenton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A33   30 April 1810
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas EMERSON, of Hatherley Cleugh in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A34   28 April 1810
administration bond, penal sum £7,000; Robert RUTHERFORD, gentleman, bachelor, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1810/A35   5 May 1810
administration bond, penal sum £9; William HALL, pitman, of collerly Dykes in the parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A36/1-4   7 May 1810
administration bond, penal sum £9; John GRAY, mariner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
Limited to propert in Ellington
DPRI/3/1810/A37   21 April 1810
administration bond, penal sum £900; William HOWE, master mariner, widower, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A38   9 May 1810
administration bond, penal sum £200; John BRAIDLEY, gentleman, widower, of chapelry of All Saints without the walls but with the liberties of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1810/A39   16 May 1810
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Jonathan BLAGDON, painter, glazier, bachelor, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A40   16 May 1810
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Jonathan BLAGDON, the elder, painter, glazier, widower, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
Both Jonathan Blagdon the elder and Jonathon Blagdon the younger deceased
DPRI/3/1810/A41   16 May 1810
administration bond, penal sum £100; James DAMPSTER, grocer, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A42/1-7   21 April 1810
administration bond, penal sum £9; Samuel NICHOLSON, doctor of physic, of Stockton in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A43   10 May 1810
administration bond, penal sum £200; John OSWALL, yeoman, of Howdon Pans in the Parish of Walls End in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A44   12 May 1810
administration bond, penal sum £400; Robert PEACOCK, yeoman, of Urlay Nook in the parish of Egglescliffe in the county of Durham
administration granted to niece and sole executrix of Mary Peacock, relict
DPRI/3/1810/A45   5 May 1810
administration bond, penal sum £400; Joseph PEARSON, miner, of Blaygil in the Parish of Alston in the County of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A46   22 May 1810
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; James OLIVER, butcher, bachelor, of Chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1810/A47   25 May 1810
administration bond, penal sum £200; George WATSON, innkeeper
DPRI/3/1810/A48   28 May 1810
administration bond, penal sum £200; John ALLISON, innkeeper, of Parish of Saint Giles in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A49   26 May 1810
administration bond, penal sum £39; John RAFFELL, wagon-man, of Eighton Banks in the Chapelry of Lamesley in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A50   26 May 1810
administration bond, penal sum £39; Douglas SANDS, gentleman, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A51   1 June 1810
administration bond, penal sum £200; Richard ERRINGTON, farmer, bachelor, of Longhorsley in the Parish of Longhorsley in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A52   25 May 1810
administration bond, penal sum £60,000; Robert HORSLEY, esquire, of Bolam in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A53   30 May 1810
administration bond, penal sum £200; John JOHNSON, mariner, bachelor, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A54   29 May 1810
administration bond, penal sum £900; Charles THOMSON, clerk, of Howick in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A55   31 May 1810
administration bond, penal sum £400; John VICKERSON, bachelor, of Chapelry of Saint Andrew in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1810/A56   6 June 1810
administration bond, penal sum £200; George Barron JACKSON, minor canon of the cathedral church of Durham, clerk, of parish of Saint Oswald in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A57   8 June 1810
administration bond, penal sum £200; John RICKLEY, joiner, widower, of Parish of Corbridge in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A58   8 June 1810
administration bond, penal sum £90; Rebecca HUTCHINSON, of Worsall in the County of York
DPRI/3/1810/A59   12 June 1810
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas WALMSLEY, bachelor, of North Shields in the Parish of Tynemouth in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A60   11 June 1810
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; John WILSON, farmer, of Hudston in the Parish of Warkworth in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A61   16 June 1810
administration bond, penal sum £200; Elizabeth SPENCE, widow, of Bishop Wearmouth in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A62/1-4   31 May 1810
administration bond, penal sum £9; George WALLACE, tanner, of Alnwick in the County of Northumberland
grant of administration to William Hindmarsh limited to the intestate's interest in property at Alnwick
DPRI/3/1810/A63/1-4   28 April 1810
administration bond, penal sum £9; Michael HARRISON, innkeeper, of Sunderland in the County of Durham
grant of administration to William Handcock limited to the intestate's interest in property at Sunderland
DPRI/3/1810/A64/1-4   1 June 1810
administration bond, penal sum £9; George Sandiford CROWE, esquire, of South Bailey in or near the city of Durham
grant of administration to John Graham limited to the intestate's interest in property at North Bailey, Durham city
DPRI/3/1810/A65   20 June 1810
administration bond, penal sum £1,500; Elizabeth SPARK, widow, of Whitehouse in the Parish of Stannington in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A66   16 June 1810
administration bond, penal sum £39; Mary PATTINSON, widow, of Corbithill in the Parish of Haltwhistle in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A67
administration bond, penal sum £7,000; Nicholas ROWELL, blacksmith, of Alston in the Parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A68   23 June 1810
administration bond, penal sum £400; John SIMPSON, yeoman, of West Rainton in the Parish of Houghton le Spring in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A69   26 June 1810
administration bond, penal sum £900; Jane WARDHAUGH, widow, of Rennington in the Chapelry of Rennington in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A70   30 June 1810
administration bond, penal sum £400; Roger HUMBLE, yeoman, widower, of Parish of Ryton in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A71   13 July 1810
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ralph HUNTER, the younger, mariner, of West Boldon in the Parish of Boldon in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A72   7 June 1810
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas DICKINSON, farmer, of Rockhouse but late of Old Hall Mill within the Parish of Haltwhistle in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A73   7 July 1810
administration bond, penal sum £100; William HUNTER, sinker, of High Felling in the Chapelry of Heworth in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A74   9 July 1810
administration bond, penal sum £600; John LEE, ship-owner, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the Parish of Monkwearmouth in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A75   20 July 1810
administration bond, penal sum £80; John SMITH, mariner, of Sunderland in the Parish of Sunderland in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A76   21 July 1810
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann CAIN, wife of John Cain, miner (deceased), of Nenthead in the Parish of Alston in the County of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A77   21 July 1810
administration bond, penal sum £200; Tamar MYERS, wife of Robert Myers yeoman (deceased), of Alston in the Parish of Alston in the County of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A78/1-4   2 August 1810
administration bond, penal sum £9; Ralph STODART, surgeon, of Chapelry of All Saints in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted of goods left unadministered by widow of deceased, limited to property in Gateshead (original administration granted to widow 18 May 1773)
DPRI/3/1810/A79   15 August 1810
administration bond, penal sum £200; Joseph CLARKE, farmer, of Gill House in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A80   17 August 1810
administration bond, penal sum £180; Reginald GIBSON, gentleman
DPRI/3/1810/A81   21 August 1810
administration bond, penal sum £550; George WHEATLEY, farmer, bachelor, of Margery Flatts in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A82   22 August 1810
administration bond, penal sum £900; Thomas RAMSAY, viewer of collieries, of Burnt House in the parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A83   16 August 1810
administration bond, penal sum £200; John MIDDLEMASS, joiner, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A84   25 August 1810
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann COATES, widow, of Ovingham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A85   31 August 1810
administration bond, penal sum £39; William REAY, overman, of Shiney Row in the parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A86
administration bond, penal sum £39; Alexander FOWLER, cabinet-maker, bachelor, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A87/1   3 September 1810
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Matthew BRYDONE, cooper, bachelor, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1810/A87/2   3 September 1810
certificate of oath and execution of bond; Matthew BRYDONE, cooper, bachelor, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1810/A87/3   27 August 1810
letter of request; Matthew BRYDONE, cooper, bachelor, of borough of Berwick upon Tweed
from Bishop of Durham to the Magistrates of the county of Berwick
DPRI/3/1810/A88   17 September 1810
administration bond, penal sum £900; William BAVERSTOCK, clerk, of South Street in the chapelry of Saint Margaret near the city of Durham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A89   17 September 1810
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas DIXON, innkeeper, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A90   28 September 1810
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Elizabeth LYNN, widow, of Monkwearmouth in the parish of Monk Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A91   28 September 1810
administration bond, penal sum £39; Margaret COATES, widow, of Stockton in the parish of Stockton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A92   29 September 1810
administration bond, penal sum £39; William HARTFORD, carpenter, of Ingleton in the parish of Staindrop in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A93   1 October 1810
administration bond, penal sum £150; John WATKIN, blacksmith, of Fatfield in the parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A94   28 September 1810
administration bond, penal sum £39; Jane WATSON, spinster, of Stockton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A95   13 October 1810
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas WILBY, the younger, auctioneer, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1810/A96   12 October 1810
administration bond, penal sum £400; William LAX, yeoman, bachelor, of Helmedon Row in the parish of Brancepeth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A97   18 October 1810
administration bond, penal sum £39; William STOUT, yeoman, widower, of Bishop Middleham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A98   10 October 1810
administration bond, penal sum £600; John DUN, shipwright, bachelor, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A99   2 November 1810
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; Rosamond SCOTT, of Alnwick in the in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A100   2 November 1810
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas WILBY, brandy-merchant, of South Street in the chapelry of Saint Margaret near the city of Durham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A101   31 October 1810
administration bond, penal sum £500; James HALL, of parish of Shilbottle in the county of Northumberland
Administration granted to sole executrix of original administrator (James Hall's widow), who has died leaving goods unadministered.
DPRI/3/1810/A102   13 November 1810
administration bond, penal sum £39; John BROWN, a minor, bachelor, of Mosley Street in the parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration granted to Jane Brown, sister; George Brown, brother, being a minor
DPRI/3/1810/A103   23 November 1810
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas BROWN, mason, of Framwelgate in or near the City of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A104   14 November 1810
administration bond, penal sum £600; John CREWSTON, master mariner, of North Shields in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A105   1 December 1810
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Charles CHICK, ship-owner, widower, Monkwearmouth Shore in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham, Sunderland in the county of Durham. Died November 1810
administration revoked 7 Feb 1811 and regranted with will annexed.
DPRI/3/1810/A106   12 November 1810
administration bond, penal sum £600; John DOBBY, brazier, tinman, of South Shields in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A107
administration bond, penal sum £1,400; Isabella GREY, spinster, of Wooler in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A108   24 November 1810
administration bond, penal sum £400; Mary STONEHOUSE, widow, of South Shields in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A109   30 November 1810
administration bond, penal sum £400; John TAYLOR, master mariner, of South Shields in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A110/1   10 November 1810
administration bond, penal sum £200; Rionard WHITING, gentleman, bachelor, formerly of Leeds in the County of York , late of the Chapelry of Saint Andrew in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1810/A110/2   3 November 1810
letter of request; Rionard WHITING, gentleman, bachelor, formerly of Leeds in the County of York , late of the Chapelry of Saint Andrew in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
from Durham to the Archbishop of York
DPRI/3/1810/A110/3   9 November 1810
commission; Rionard WHITING, gentleman, bachelor, formerly of Leeds in the County of York , late of the Chapelry of Saint Andrew in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
commission from the Prerogative Court of York to Joseph Whiteley and Peter Haddon, clerks, to execute a bond, administer an oath and grant administration; commission executed, 10 Nov 1810
DPRI/3/1810/A111   8 December 1810
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert PATTISON, gentleman, bachelor, of Toll Square in the Parish of Tynemouth in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A112   18 September 1810
administration bond, penal sum £600; Elizabeth WARDALE, of Willington in the Parish of Wallsend in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A113
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Eleanor ROBSON, spinster, of Alnwick in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A114   26 November 1810
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas WILBY, the younger, auctioneer, of Parish of Saint Nicholas in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1810/A115   11 December 1810
administration bond, penal sum £300; Thomas CLARKE, mariner, bachelor, Formerly of the chapelry of Saint Andrew in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne, but late belonging to a merchant ship
DPRI/3/1810/A116   17 December 1810
administration bond, penal sum £400; Mary MAUGHEN, formerly Dagg spinster, of Elsdon in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A117   17 December 1810
administration bond, penal sum £100; John STOKOE, pitman, bachelor, of Greenside in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A118   22 December 1810
administration bond, penal sum £4; John ATKINSON, pitman, of Causey end house in the Chapelry of Gosforth in thew County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/A119   13 August 1810
administration bond, penal sum £200; William FEATHERSTONE, miner, of Parish of Stanhope in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A120   21 December 1810
administration bond, penal sum £1,500; Alexander GOALBRAITH, innkeeper, of Seaton Carew in the Parish of Stranton in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A121   29 December 1810
administration bond, penal sum £39; Henry ORTON, innkeeper, of Sunderland in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/A122   13 July 1810
administration bond, penal sum £40; Joseph TARN, miner, of Middleton in Teesdale in the Parish of Middleton in the County of Durham
Will bonds 1810
Reference: DPRI/3/1810/T
DPRI/3/1810/T1   20 January 1810
will bond, penal sum £400; John VICKERS, yeoman, of Darkdale in the parish of Knarsdale in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to James Vickers nephew and residuary legatee the executors having died without proving the will
DPRI/3/1810/T2/1   6 February 1810
will bond, penal sum £9,000; William KIRSOP, farmer, gentleman, Woodcroft in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham, but late of Frosterly in the same parish
administration with the will annexed granted to William Kissop, son and residuary legatee, the excutors having renounced
DPRI/3/1810/T2/2-3   6 February 1810
renunciation; William KIRSOP, farmer, gentleman, Woodcroft in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham, but late of Frosterly in the same parish
DPRI/3/1810/T3   30 January 1810
will bond, penal sum £9; Nicholas WHITE, yeoman, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to George White son and residuary legatee; admon passed seal, 9 Feb 1810
DPRI/3/1810/T4/1   2 February 1810
will bond, penal sum £3,000; Alexander COLLINGWOOD, esquire, of Unthank in the parish of Alnham in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Margaret Mitchell and Isabella Tarleton daughters and executrixes of their mother Margaret Collingwood the relict and executrix, who died before proving the will of her husband
DPRI/3/1810/T4/2   25 January 1810
letter of request; Alexander COLLINGWOOD, esquire, of Unthank in the parish of Alnham in the county of Northumberland
request from Durham to London to take oath
DPRI/3/1810/T4/3   2 February 1810
certificate of oath; Alexander COLLINGWOOD, esquire, of Unthank in the parish of Alnham in the county of Northumberland
reply from London to Durham
DPRI/3/1810/T5/1-7   7 March 1810
will bond, penal sum £9; 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
grant of administration to William Peters limited to the testator's interest in property at Coxlodge in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1810/T6   28 February 1810
will bond, penal sum £39; Thomas BUTTON, plasterer, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed
administration with the will annexed granted to William Button grandson of the testator, Margaret Button the relict having died before proving the will
DPRI/3/1810/T7/1   22 February 1810
will bond, penal sum £400; Ralph LEWIN, otherwise Lewins, mariner, of Holy Island in the County Palatine of Durham
administration with the will annexed of the goods left unadministered granted to Eleanor Lewins the granddaughter of the deceased, the relict of the deceased having died; administration granted 25 June 1810
DPRI/3/1810/T7/2-3   22 February 1810
certificate of oath; Ralph LEWIN, otherwise Lewins, mariner, of Holy Island in the County Palatine of Durham
reply from Edinburgh to Durham
DPRI/3/1810/T7/4   14 February 1810
letter of request; Ralph LEWIN, otherwise Lewins, mariner, of Holy Island in the County Palatine of Durham
request from Durham to the magistrates of North Britain to take oath
DPRI/3/1810/T8/1-4   17 March 1810
will bond, penal sum £9; Robert FENWICK, esquire, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1810/T9   13 March 1810
will bond, penal sum £100; William ELLIS, gentleman, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Hannah Ellis relict the executors having refused to prove the will
DPRI/3/1810/T10/1   23 March 1810
will bond, penal sum £4,000; John HOPTON, gentleman, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Abney Hopton and Maria Willoughby children of the testator, the executors having renounced
DPRI/3/1810/T10/2-3   21 March 1810
renunciation; John HOPTON, gentleman, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/T11   28 March 1810
will bond, penal sum £200; Thomas KNOX, master mariner, of South Shields in the chapelry of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to William Brown nephew and named legatee, there being no executor named in the will
DPRI/3/1810/T12/1-7   29 March 1810
will bond, penal sum £9; John HEDWORTH, esquire, of Chester deanery in the parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
grant of administration to George Weatherby limited to the testator's interest in property at Southwick near Sunderland
DPRI/3/1810/T13   7 May 1810
will bond, penal sum £1,200; Mary SIMPSON, spinster, of Westoe in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Eleanor Nicholson the great niece of the testatrix, the sole executrix having died
DPRI/3/1810/T14/1-2   18 May 1810
will bond; George BELL, gate-keeper, yeoman, of Derwent Bridge Toll gate in the Parish of Ryton and County of Durham
with affidavit, 18 May 1810, penal sum £800
administration with the will annexed granted to Robert Bell and Elizabeth Harrison, children of the testator, Mary Bell the relict and executor having died before proving the will; affidavit of Elizabeth Harrison relating that Joseph Harrison, mariner, is a prisoner of war in France
DPRI/3/1810/T15/1   21 April 1810
will bond, penal sum £1,000; Henry STEPHENSON, esquire, of East Burnham in the county of Buckinghamshire
administration with the will annexed granted to Elizabeth Countess of Mexborough and James Farrer Steadman, the children and executors of Sarah Stephenson the relict, executor and residuary legatee of the testator, who died before his will was proved, the other executor having also died
DPRI/3/1810/T15/2   21 April 1810
certificate of oath; Henry STEPHENSON, esquire, of East Burnham in the county of Buckinghamshire
reply from London to Durham
DPRI/3/1810/T15/3   3 April 1810
letter of request; Henry STEPHENSON, esquire, of East Burnham in the county of Buckinghamshire
request from Durham to London to take oath
DPRI/3/1810/T16/1-4   28 April 1810
will bond, penal sum £9; Arthur WALTON, gentleman, of City of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to William Handcock limited to the intestate's interest in property at Sunderland
DPRI/3/1810/T17/1-2   14 June 1810
curation bond, penal sum £1,000; Jane GREENWELL, widow, Kenton in the county of Northumberland,, formerly of the town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
William Newton elected by Frances and Isabella Greenwell during their minority
DPRI/3/1810/T18   14 June 1810
will bond, penal sum £1,000; Jane GREENWELL, widow, Kenton in the county of Northumberland,, formerly of the town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to William Newton the guardian of the Frances and Isabella daughters of the testator, the executor named having died
DPRI/3/1810/T19   29 June 1810
will bond, penal sum £180; Margaret GOWLAND, spinster, of Barnard Castle in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to John Gowland son and executor of Lancelot Gowland, brother and executor of the testator
DPRI/3/1810/T20   20 July 1810
will bond, penal sum £39; Robert LAMBTON, hairdresser, of City of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Elizabeth Hackworth niece, the executor having refused and the relict having died
DPRI/3/1810/T21   21 July 1810
will bond, penal sum £400; Elizabeth HUTTSON, wife of Robert Huttson, and sole devisee and legatee of Matthew Willey late of Sandalance in the parish of Brancepeth, her former husband, widow, of Bear Park in the chapelry of Witton Gilbert in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Robert Heaviside executor of Robert Huttson widower who died before proving the will of the testator
DPRI/3/1810/T22   16 June 1810
will bond, penal sum £20,000; William SPENCE, gentleman, of Lambton's buildings in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted by decree of court to the William and John sons and residuary legatees, left unadministered on the death of the relict, the executors having renounced
DPRI/3/1810/T23   8 August 1810
will bond, penal sum £39; William JOHNSON, tailor, of Bishopton in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Elizabeth Baty daughter and residuary legatee, no executor having been named
DPRI/3/1810/T24/1-4   5 September 1810
will bond, penal sum £9; Thomas CLENNELL, esquire, of West Lilburne in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Wilson Dobing limited to the testator's interest in property at Claxton left unadministered by John Collingwood the executor who has since died
DPRI/3/1810/T25/1-4   5 September 1810
will bond, penal sum £9; Robert HARRISON, gentleman, of Westoe in the chapelry of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1810/T26/1-7   30 June 1810
will bond, penal sum £9; Sir William CARR, baronet, esquire, of Etal in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed of the goods left unadministered granted to Robert Coxon limited to the testator's interest in property at Norham and Tweedmouth
DPRI/3/1810/T27   8 September 1810
will bond, penal sum £39; John CRASTER, esquire, of Craster in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to John Wood nephew and executor of Catherine Craster relict and sole executor of the testator
DPRI/3/1810/T28   8 October 1810
will bond, penal sum £2,000; John DIXON, miller, of The windmill Hills in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to the Elizabeth Miles, Mary Murrell and Margaret Dixon daughters and residuary legatees of the testator, the named executors all having died in his lifetime
DPRI/3/1810/T29   2 October 1810
will bond, penal sum £600; John KIRTON, bricklayer, of South Shields in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted Ann Dixon (hertofor Tyrie), Elizabeth Robertson(heretofor Lovey) and Mary Heirs daughters and universal legatees of the testator, Christopher Bainbridge the executor and residuary legatee in trust having renounced (vide act of court 23.8.1810)
DPRI/3/1810/T30   6 November 1810
will bond, penal sum £200; George HEMSLEY, mariner, of Monk wearmouth shore in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Thomas Robinson son and sole executor of Elizabeth Robinson mother and sole executrix of Margery Hemsley executrix of the testator
DPRI/3/1810/T31   1 December 1810
will bond, penal sum £900; Joseph TAYLOR, yeoman, of Horton Grange in the Parish of Ponteland and County of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Joseph Taylor son and residuary legatee, the named executors having died
DPRI/3/1810/T32   22 December 1810
will bond, penal sum £180; Anthony BUNTING, yeoman, of Witton Gilbert in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Margaret Thomas, daughter and legatee of the testator, the executrix having died leaving the will unadministered
Administration bonds 1811
Reference: DPRI/3/1811/A
DPRI/3/1811/A1   1 January 1811
administration bond, penal sum £700; Thomas ABERCROMBIE, of the Chapelry of All Saints in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1811/A2   4 January 1811
administration bond, penal sum £180; Robert SWALWELL, gentleman, bachelor, of Prudhoe in the Parish of Ovingham in the Countyof Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A3   7 January 1811
administration bond, penal sum £140; Thomas SIDGWICK, bachelor, of Barnard Castle in the county of Durham
note of oath on reverse of the Bond.
DPRI/3/1811/A4   2 January 1811
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Isaac WARBURTON, earthenware manufacturer, of Warburton Place in the Parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A5   10 January 1811
administration bond, penal sum £200; George BOWHILL, merchant, of the Borough of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1811/A6   15 January 1811
administration bond, penal sum £200; George Friskin CUNNINGHAM, [mariner] chief mate, bachelor, belonging to the West India Merchant Ship John of Newcastle, town and county of Newcastle
DPRI/3/1811/A7   17 January 1811
administration bond, penal sum £60; Thomas BARNES, master mariner, bachelor, of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A8   17 January 1811
administration bond, penal sum £800; James MACK, bread-maker, widower, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A9   21 January 1811
administration bond, penal sum £180; John FRENCH, gentleman, of Newbiggin in the Parish of Woodhorn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A10   23 January 1811
administration bond, penal sum £39; Ann MATTHEW, widow, of West Rainton in the Parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A11   22 January 1811
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Michael ROWE, grocer, bachelor, of Sunderland in the Parish of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A12   24 January 1811
administration bond, penal sum £200; Forster Charlton BELL, slater, of the Chapelry of All Saints without the Walls but within the Liberties of the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1811/A13   4 February 1811
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; Thomas STROTHER, esquire, widower, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A14   5 February 1811
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; William WILSON, cooper, bachelor, of Borough of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1811/A15   5 February 1811
administration bond, penal sum £300; Joseph CORBETT, farmer, of Kirkshields in the Parish of Simonburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A16   9 February 1811
administration bond, penal sum £300; Riddle DODDS, farmer, of Killingworth White House in the Parish of Long Benton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A17   9 February 1811
administration bond, penal sum £200; Dixon CROSBY, mariner, bachelor, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A18   15 February 1811
administration bond, penal sum £400; Anthony BRYSON, excise officer, bachelor, of Wolsingham in the county of Durham. Died 28 September 1810
note of oath on the reverse of the Bond.
DPRI/3/1811/A19   18 February 1811
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; David CRIGHTON, gentleman, widower, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A20   16 February 1811
administration bond, penal sum £100; James JORDAN, shipwright, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A21   19 February 1811
administration bond, penal sum £200; Bartholomew TULLY, bachelor, Lamesley in the county of Durham, prisoner at war in France
DPRI/3/1811/A22   19 February 1811
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert PYLE, cordwainer, bachelor, of High Felling in the Parish of Jarrow in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A23   9 February 1811
administration bond, penal sum £400; Frances STEPHENSON, widow, of Barnard Castle in the county of Durham
note on the reverse of bond that the oath of the daughter was sworn.
DPRI/3/1811/A24   26 February 1811
administration bond, penal sum £40; George STAMP, grocer, of Warkworth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A25   2 March 1811
administration bond, penal sum £40; William BELL, joiner, bachelor, of Alston in the County of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A26
administration bond, penal sum £30; Matthew ELLISON, late a soldier belonging to His Majesty's 97th Regiment of Foot, army soldier, of New Elvet in the parish of Saint Oswald in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A27   6 March 1811
administration bond, penal sum £400; Jacob JORDON, farmer, of Glanton in the Parish of Whittingham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A28   9 March 1811
administration bond, penal sum £450; David ASHWORTH, gentleman, bachelor, of Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1811/A29/1   9 March 1811
administration bond, penal sum £200; Michael ASHWORTH, esquire, of the city of Durham. Died November 1790
DPRI/3/1811/A29/2   25 February 1811
power of attorney; Michael ASHWORTH, esquire, of the city of Durham. Died November 1790
children of the deceased residing in Colleton, Devon.
DPRI/3/1811/A30   9 March 1811
administration bond, penal sum £500; Eleanor TAYLOR, formerly Ashworth, of Saint Helens Auckland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A31   6 March 1811
administration bond, penal sum £60; John HEADLEY, mariner, bachelor, of Dents hole and in that part of the Chapelry of All Saints which is in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A32   18 March 1811
administration bond, penal sum £400; Robert BROWN, belonging to H.M. Frigate Minerva [H.M.S. Minerva], royal navy seaman, bachelor, the Chapelry of Saint Andrew in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne, but late a Seaman belonging to his majestys Frigate Minerva
DPRI/3/1811/A33   20 March 1811
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas MCCALL, common brewer, of Stella in the Parish of Ryton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A34   23 March 1811
administration bond, penal sum £35,000; Middleton HEWITSON, esquire, of the Chapelry of All Saints without the Walls but within the Liberties of the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1811/A35   1 April 1811
administration bond, penal sum £400; Christopher JOBSON, yeoman, bachelor, of Chapelry of Gosforth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A36   26 March 1811
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Mary MCDOUGALE, widow, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the Parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A37   1 March 1811
administration bond, penal sum £1,800; Miles ROBINSON, yeoman, of Dean House in the Chapelry of Muggleswick in the county of Durham
note of oath swearing on the reverse of the bond.
DPRI/3/1811/A38/1-3   29 March 1811
administration bond, penal sum £9; George YOUNG, merchant, of Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
Interest in property in Pipewellgate, Gateshead.
DPRI/3/1811/A39   2 April 1811
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; George CHARLTON, innkeeper, of Wall House in the Parish of Stamfordham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A40   5 April 1811
administration bond, penal sum £900; Matthew FRANKLIN, master mariner, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A41   22 March 1811
administration bond, penal sum £300; Edward LITTLEFAIR, yeoman, of Lynsack and Softley in the Parish of St. Andrew Auckland in the County and Doicese of Durham
note of swearing of oath on the reverse of the bond.
DPRI/3/1811/A42   6 April 1811
administration bond, penal sum £7,000; Joseph NEWTON, farmer, widower, of North Dissington in the Parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A43   8 April 1811
administration bond, penal sum £150; John ALDERSON, yeoman, of Elton in the Parish of Elton in the county of Durham
note of swearing of oath on the reverse of the bond.
DPRI/3/1811/A44   18 April 1811
administration bond, penal sum £190; William HARRISON, yeoman, widower, of West Rainton in the Parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A45/1-3   13 April 1811
administration bond, penal sum £9; Thomas JAMESON, saddler, formerly of Alnwick, but late of the chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
premises in Bondgate, Alnwick and the remainder of the lease.
DPRI/3/1811/A46   18 April 1811
administration bond, penal sum £1,800; George GHENT, cartwright, of Hart in the County of Durham
note of the swearing of the oath on the reverse of the bond.
DPRI/3/1811/A47   22 April 1811
administration bond, penal sum £400; Anthony TURNBULL, shoemaker, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A48   22 April 1811
administration bond, penal sum £39; Isabella SIBBIT, of Green House in the Chapelry of Ancroft in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A49   22 April 1811
administration bond, penal sum £900; James SCOTT, chemist, druggist, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A50   29 April 1811
administration bond, penal sum £39; Mary RAMSHAW, spinster, of Parish of Saint Nicholas in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1811/A51   8 May 1811
administration bond, penal sum £200; John KNOTT, blacksmith, of Scottswood in the Parish of Newburn in the County of Nothumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A52   8 May 1811
administration bond, penal sum £900; John YOUNG, miller, of Lanton Mill in the Parish of Kirknewton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A53   23 April 1811
administration bond, penal sum £180; John BAIRD, mason, of Ballast Hills in the Chapelry of All Saints in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1811/A54   16 April 1811
administration bond, penal sum £39; Richard BLYTHMAN, yeoman, of Gateshead Fell in the Parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham
note of swearing of the oath on the reverse of the bond.
DPRI/3/1811/A55   22 April 1811
administration bond, penal sum £7,000; Margaret DUNNING, spinster, of Trimdon in the Chapelry of Trimdon in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A56   2 May 1811
administration bond, penal sum £200; William GREY, the younger, flax-dresser, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the city of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A57   29 April 1811
administration bond, penal sum £150; Jane SIMPSON, widow, of New York in the Parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A58   6 May 1811
administration bond, penal sum £400; Martha WATSON, spinster, of Rennington in the Chapelry of Rennington in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A59   18 May 1811
administration bond, penal sum £200; John BOWES, pilot, of the Chapelry of Heworth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A60   16 May 1811
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert MONCASTER, mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A61   22 May 1811
administration bond, penal sum £39; Robert EMMERSON, schoolmaster, of Boldon in the Parish of Boldon in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A62   13 May 1811
administration bond, penal sum £15,000; John NEWTON, merchant, bachelor, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A63   17 May 1811
administration bond, penal sum £64; James Thompson HENDERSON, weaver, of Great Aycliff in the Parish of Great Aycliff in the County of Durham
note of the oath swearing on the reverse of the bond.
DPRI/3/1811/A64   24 May 1811
administration bond, penal sum £150; William BOYS, farmer, of Maiden Law in the Parish of Lanchester in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A65   20 May 1811
administration bond, penal sum £9; John BAINBRIDGE, gardener, of Gateshead in the Parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A66   6 May 1811
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Bridget CURRY, widow, of the Chapelry of All Saints in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1811/A67   7 May 1811
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Bridget CURRY, spinster, of the Chapelry of All Saints in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1811/A68   25 May 1811
administration bond, penal sum £39; Emanuel RICHARDSON, miner, widower, of Nenthead in the Parish of Alston in the County of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A69   25 May 1811
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ralph STORY, gentleman, widower, of Alnwick in the Parish of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A70   4 June 1811
administration bond, penal sum £180; James GREY, cordwainer, of Bamburgh in the Parish of Bamburghin the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A71   1 June 1811
administration bond, penal sum £200; William MULBY, overman, widower, of Hartley in the Chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A72/1-4   20 May 1811
administration bond, penal sum £9; John SMITH, gentleman, of Loosing Hill in the Chapelry of Lamesley in the county of Durham
residue of lease for a brewery in Pilgrim Street, Newcastle upon Tyne.
DPRI/3/1811/A73/1-3   3 June 1811
administration bond, penal sum £9; Henry LAWSON, tailor, of the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
residue of a lease of a property in Daddry Shield in the Parish of Stanhope.
DPRI/3/1811/A74   7 June 1811
administration bond, penal sum £190; William CARTER, shopkeeper, of Houghton le Spring in the Parish of Houghton le Spring in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A75
administration bond, penal sum £160; William THOMPSON, farmer, widower, of Marwood in the Chapelry of Barnard Castle in the county of Durham
note of the swearing of the oath on the reverse of the bond.
DPRI/3/1811/A76   12 June 1811
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; John HARVEY, tobacconist, bachelor, of the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1811/A77   15 June 1811
administration bond, penal sum £39; Robert GARTHWAITE, yeoman, bachelor, of Butsfield Burnin the Parish of Lanchester in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A78   5 June 1811
administration bond, penal sum £190; Joseph GREY, sugar-refiner, of Stockton in the county of Durham
note of the swearing of the oath on the reverse of the bond.
DPRI/3/1811/A79   13 June 1811
administration bond, penal sum £39; Lionel FORSTER, gentleman, of Corsenside in the Parish of Corsenside in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A80
administration bond, penal sum £400; William JOHNSON, a private soldier belonging to the 1st Battalion of His Majesty's 1st Regiment of Foot, army private, bachelor, the Chapelry of Earsdon in the County of Northumberland, but late of the Island of Tobago in the West Indies
DPRI/3/1811/A81   13 June 1811
administration bond, penal sum £240; John LOWIS, yeoman, of Newcastle upon Tyne
note on the reverse of the bond for the swearing of the oath.
DPRI/3/1811/A82   6 April 1811
administration bond, penal sum £150; John ALLEN, husbandman, bachelor, of Lemington Hill Head in the Parish of Edlingham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A83   24 June 1811
administration bond, penal sum £400; David LINDSEY, fisherman, widower, of Beadnell in the Parish of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A84   27 June 1811
administration bond, penal sum £600; William ROBSON, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A85   3 July 1811
administration bond, penal sum £1,500; Elizabeth BARLOW, heretofore Walby, of Darlington in the Parish of Darlington
note of the swearing of the oath on the reverse of the bond.
DPRI/3/1811/A86   4 July 1811
administration bond, penal sum £600; Henry HALL, farmer, of Shield Hill in the Parish of Kirkharle in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A87   5 July 1811
administration bond, penal sum £200; Henry WAITE, gardener, bachelor, of the Borough of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1811/A88/1-3   1 July 1811
administration bond, penal sum £9; John SNOWDON, gentleman, of the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
interest in a lease of property in Beal, Northumberland.
DPRI/3/1811/A89   6 July 1811
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Roger MAUGHAN, yeoman, widower, of West Black Dean in the Parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham
note on the face of the bond :- Former Administration dated 19 jany 1807.
DPRI/3/1811/A90   3 July 1811
administration bond, penal sum £2,000; William DAY, ship-owner, of Westoe in the Chapelry of Saint Hilds in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A91   13 July 1811
administration bond, penal sum £300; James DODD, farmer, of Wanwood in the Parish of Alston in the County of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A92   18 July 1811
administration bond, penal sum £1,400; John CLARK, grocer, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A93/1-4   17 July 1811
administration bond, penal sum £9; Thomas DAWSON, cordwainer, of the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
interest in the lease of a property in the Groat market in Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1811/A94
administration bond, penal sum £160; John PEARS, farmer, of Langley in the Parish of Branspeth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A95/1-3   20 July 1811
curation bond, penal sum £7,000; John MURRAY, gentleman, widower, of Marshall Meadows within the Liberties of the Borough of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1811/A96/1   20 July 1811
administration bond, penal sum £7,000; John MURRAY, gentleman, widower, of Marshall Meadows within the Liberties of the Borough of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1811/A96/2-4   9 July 1811
election and acceptance of guardianship; John MURRAY, gentleman, widower, of Marshall Meadows within the Liberties of the Borough of Berwick upon Tweed
DPRI/3/1811/A97   30 July 1811
administration bond, penal sum £500; John VARDY, innkeeper, of Parish of Saint Oswalds in the County of Durham ,in the Doicese of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A98   24 July 1811
administration bond, penal sum £190; Mary NICHOLSON, widow, of Wolviston in the Chapelry of Wolviston in the county of Durham
note of the swearing of the oath on the reverse of the bond.
DPRI/3/1811/A99   5 August 1811
administration bond, penal sum £600; Edward WARWICK, gentleman, bachelor, of North Shields in the Parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A100/1   15 August 1811
administration bond, penal sum £7,000; Tipping BROWN, doctor of physic, bachelor, of Sunderland Street in the Parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A100/2   15 August 1811
certificate of oath; Tipping BROWN, doctor of physic, bachelor, of Sunderland Street in the Parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
reply from Chester to Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A100/3-4   9 August 1811
letter of request; Tipping BROWN, doctor of physic, bachelor, of Sunderland Street in the Parish of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
letter of request from Durham to Chester
DPRI/3/1811/A101   26 August 1811
administration bond, penal sum £400; James BURN, sail-maker, bachelor, of Bishopwearmouth in the Parish of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A102   17 August 1811
administration bond, penal sum £600; John LAWSON, farmer, of the Parish of Heddon on the Wall in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A103   28 August 1811
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas THORNTON, yeoman, of Longwitton Clough in the Parish of Hartburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A104   13 September 1811
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ralph ALLISON, shopkeeper, of Great Lumley in the Parish of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A105   6 September 1811
administration bond, penal sum £190; George ALLISON, butcher, of Stockton in the county of Durham
note of the swearing of the oath on the reverse of the bond.
DPRI/3/1811/A106   17 September 1811
administration bond, penal sum £900; John HUMBLE, coal-fitter, of East Boldon in the Parish of Boldon in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A107   31 August 1811
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; James MOSCROP, husbandman, of Loan end in the Parish of Norham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A108   28 August 1811
administration bond, penal sum £5,000; Philip MOORE, bachelor, of Bellasis in the Parish of Billingham in the County of Durham
note of the swearing of the oath on the reverse of the bond.
DPRI/3/1811/A109   30 August 1811
administration bond, penal sum £200; Walter MATHER, of Linton Mill in the Chapelry of Widdrington in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A110   14 September 1811
administration bond, penal sum £380; Joseph SNAITH, yeoman, bachelor, of Marshall Green in the Chapelry of Witton le Wear in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A111   5 September 1811
administration bond, penal sum £2; Thomas WYLAM, innkeeper, of Parish of Saint Nicholas in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1811/A112/1   26 September 1811
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Benjamin WHITEHEAD, master mariner, of Low Heworth in the Chapelry of Heworth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A112/2-3   6 September 1811
letter requisitional; Benjamin WHITEHEAD, master mariner, of Low Heworth in the Chapelry of Heworth in the county of Durham
from the Bishop of Durham to the Bishop of London
DPRI/3/1811/A112/4-5   14 September 1811
letter requisitional and oath; Benjamin WHITEHEAD, master mariner, of Low Heworth in the Chapelry of Heworth in the county of Durham
oath of assurance sworn by William Whitehead, brother of the deceased, of Woodham Walter ,Essex.
DPRI/3/1811/A113   27 September 1811
administration bond, penal sum £400; John ANCELL, plasterer, of Alnwick in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A114   14 September 1811
administration bond, penal sum £9; William BATESON, of Dodbury in the Parish of Alston in the County of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A115   13 December 1811
administration bond, penal sum £600; Mary THORNTON, widow, of Newbiggin in the Parish of Hartburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A116   4 October 1811
administration bond, penal sum £14; John LAMBTON, painter, glazier, of Parish of Saint Nicholas in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1811/A117   1 October 1811
administration bond, penal sum £400; Joseph ATKINSON, yeoman, of Loning Head in the Parish of Felton in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A118   5 October 1811
administration bond, penal sum £200; John AWBURN, innkeeper, of Haltwhistle in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A119   5 October 1811
administration bond, penal sum £150; John HINDMARSH, shepherd, of Blindburn in the Parish of Allenton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A120   14 October 1811
administration bond, penal sum £200; Marjery BELL, heretofore Eshelby, of Darlington in the county of Durham
note of the swearing of the oath on the reverse of the bond.
DPRI/3/1811/A121   16 July 1811
administration bond, penal sum £1,500; William FREER, farmer, of Bolam in the Parish of Darlington in the county of Durham
note of the swearing of the oath on the reverse of the bond.
DPRI/3/1811/A122   22 July 1811
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; Mary NATERS, of Tritlington in the Parish of Bothall in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A123   17 October 1811
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Thomas ROBINSON, merchant, of the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1811/A124   29 October 1811
administration bond, penal sum £500; Joseph HEDLEY, farmer, bachelor, of Ushua in the Chapelry of Esh in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A125   21 October 1811
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; John ERRINGTON, carrier, of Alston in the County of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A126   18 October 1811
administration bond, penal sum £39; John LAWSON, of Short Know in the Parish of Chollerton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A127   5 November 1811
administration bond, penal sum £39; Wilkinson YOUNGER, yeoman, of Ingo in the Parish of Stamfordham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A128   4 November 1811
administration bond, penal sum £1,000; Ralph BEALL, grocer, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A129   2 November 1811
administration bond, penal sum £400; Anthony COXON, labourer, of Harbottle in the Parish of Allenton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A130   6 November 1811
administration bond, penal sum £200; John LAING, master mariner, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A131   14 November 1811
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas DAVISON, H.M.S. Leopard in the East Indies, royal navy midshipman, bachelor, his Majestys Ship Leopard in the East Indies, Hartburn in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A132   19 November 1811
administration bond, penal sum £200; Thomas WALKER, yeoman, of Elton in the Parish of Elton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A133   21 November 1811
administration bond, penal sum £600; William PINKNEY, mariner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A134   27 November 1811
administration bond, penal sum £900; Benjamin FENWICK, merchant taylor, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A135   30 November 1811
administration bond, penal sum £200; John MACLELLAND, blacksmith, of Alston in the County of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A136   7 December 1811
administration bond, penal sum £400; Margaret BAINBRIDGE, of Dents Hole in the Chapelry of All Saints in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1811/A137   27 November 1811
administration bond, penal sum £400; Edmond CARRICK, labourer, of the Upper Row in the Parish of Haltwhistle in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A138   27 November 1811
administration bond, penal sum £200; Mary TAYLOR, spinster, of Stockton in the county of Durham
swearing of the oath noted on the re3verse of the bond.
DPRI/3/1811/A139   5 December 1811
administration bond, penal sum £400; Joseph JOPLING, mason, of the Chapelry of Saint Andrew in the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1811/A140   14 December 1811
administration bond, penal sum £600; Catherine ROBSON, widow, of South Blyth in the Chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A141   21 December 1811
administration bond, penal sum £200; Isabella FRIEND, widow, of Herbertlaw in the Parish of Alston in the County of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A142   23 December 1811
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Henry JOWSEY, yeoman, of Lesbury in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/A143   24 December 1811
administration bond, penal sum £600; Robert ROCHESTER, yeoman, of Beacon House in the Parish of Sedgefield in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/A144/1-2   23 December 1811
curation bond, penal sum £4,000; Lady Frances LORAINE, widow, of the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died November 1811
appointment of William Loraine, half brother of the deceased as guardian.
DPRI/3/1811/A144/3-4   29 November 1811
election of guardian; Lady Frances LORAINE, widow, of the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died November 1811
DPRI/3/1811/A144/5-7   29 November 1811
acceptance of guardianship; Lady Frances LORAINE, widow, of the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died November 1811
DPRI/3/1811/A145   23 December 1811
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Lady Frances LORAINE, widow, of the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died November 1811
DPRI/3/1811/A146   12 December 1811
administration bond, penal sum £100; John VERTY, linen-draper, widower, of the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
Will bonds 1811
Reference: DPRI/3/1811/T
DPRI/3/1811/T1   14 December 1810
will bond, penal sum £500; Richard BREWSTER, vicar of Heighington, clerk, of Heighington in the county of Durham, formerly of town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration with the will annexed granted to three children of the deceased, Isabella Brewater, the relict and sole executrix, having died; passed the seal, 4 Jan 1811
DPRI/3/1811/T2/1-4   5 January 1811
will bond, penal sum £9; Ralph STOBBS, gentleman, Morpeth in the county of Northumberland, Darlington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/T3   16 February 1811
will bond, penal sum £400; James CHARLTON, farmer, of Berwick Hill in the Parish of Ponteland and County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1811/T4   7 February 1811
will bond, penal sum £2,500; Robert MAUGHAN, farmer, of Wheat's Hill in the Parish of Chollerton in the county of Northumberland
There being no Executor named or appointed by the said Will.
DPRI/3/1811/T5   7 February 1811
will bond, penal sum £1,600; Charles CHICK, ship-owner, widower, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the Parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
the daughter, Jane, a minor, maternal uncles are curators and bondsmen.
DPRI/3/1811/T6   23 February 1811
will bond, penal sum £400; James OGLE, ship-owner, of South Blyth in the Chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland
There being no Executor named in the said Will.
DPRI/3/1811/T7/1   4 March 1811
will bond, penal sum £1,400; Thomas ISMAY, the younger, gentleman, of Nether Heworth in the chapelry of Heworth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/T7/2-3   2 February 1811
renunciation; Thomas ISMAY, the younger, gentleman, of Nether Heworth in the chapelry of Heworth in the county of Durham
renunciation by Robert Walters, sole Executor and Universal Legatee in Trust.
DPRI/3/1811/T8/1   2 March 1811
will bond, penal sum £4,000; Thomas SANDERSON, gentleman, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted by decree of court to Nicholas Fairles, creditor, the executrix having renounced
DPRI/3/1811/T8/2-3   13 February 1811
renunciation; Thomas SANDERSON, gentleman, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
renunciation of Ann Sanderson, relict, sole executrix and universal legatrix; exhibited, 1 Mar 1811
DPRI/3/1811/T9/1   14 March 1811
will bond, penal sum £1,600; William MUCKELL, agent to Messrs Ward and Co. of Newcastle aforesaid, coal burner, agent to coal-burner, fitter, of North Shores without the walls but within the liberties of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died June 1810
administration with the will annexed granted to Ann Crane, residuary legatrix, the executors having renouced
DPRI/3/1811/T9/2-3   12 March 1811
renunciation; William MUCKELL, agent to Messrs Ward and Co. of Newcastle aforesaid, coal burner, agent to coal-burner, fitter, of North Shores without the walls but within the liberties of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died June 1810
renunciation by Lancelot and Matthew Atkinson, executors (insurance brokers); exhibited, 13 Mar 1811
DPRI/3/1811/T10/1-4   29 March 1811
will bond, penal sum £9; Richard WETHERELL, gentleman, of parish of St Mary le Bow in or near the city of Durham in the county of Durham. Died 19 September 1773
administration limited to property in the Side, Newcastle upon Tyne, residue of a 500 year lease.
DPRI/3/1811/T11/1   13 April 1811
will bond, penal sum £1,500; Thomas SAMPLE, wine-merchant, of City of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/T11/2-3   13 April 1811
certificate of oath; Thomas SAMPLE, wine-merchant, of City of Durham
reply from York to Durham
DPRI/3/1811/T11/4   8 April 1811
letter of request; Thomas SAMPLE, wine-merchant, of City of Durham
request from Durham to York to take oath
DPRI/3/1811/T12   4 April 1811
will bond, penal sum £10,000; Paul HENZELL, gentleman, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
will left unadministered by the widow and the executors, all having deceased
DPRI/3/1811/T13/1-8   1 February 1811
will bond, penal sum £9; Thomas HOGG, gentleman, of the College in the city of Durham
will dated 13 Sep 1774; letters of administration with the will annexed granted 11 Jan 1777; grant of administration with the will annexed of the goods left unadministered to Thomas Hogg limited to the intestate's interest in property at Cornsay in the manor of Branspeth
DPRI/3/1811/T14/1   29 April 1811
will bond, penal sum £120; Hannah LUCK, widow, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Anthony Hewison, universal legatee, the executors having renounced
DPRI/3/1811/T14/2-3   29 April 1811
renunciation; Hannah LUCK, widow, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
renunciation by the joint executors
DPRI/3/1811/T15   11 May 1811
will bond, penal sum £600; William HEPPELL, sail-maker, of Monk Wearmouth in the county of Durham
the mother declined to administer the will in favour of John Peacock, the principal creditor.
DPRI/3/1811/T16/1-4   6 May 1811
will bond, penal sum £9; Michael MIGGEE, merchant, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
Executors died leaving the estate unadministrated; grant of administration with the will annexed of the goods left unadministered to Walter Heron limited to the testator's interest in property at Intchill or Finkell Street, Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1811/T17/1-4   11 May 1811
will bond, penal sum £9; William KELLEY, gentleman, of West Whorleton in the parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration with the will annexed of the goods left unadministered to Armorer Dankin limited to the intestate's interest in property at Sandhill, Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1811/T18/1-4   10 May 1811
will bond, penal sum £9; Thomas COWLEY, yeoman, of Layton in the parish of Sedgefield and county of Durham
administration with the will annexed of the goods left unadministered granted to John Hines limited to the testator's interest in property at Sedgefield
DPRI/3/1811/T19/1-4   4 May 1811
will bond, penal sum £9; Jonathan TYZACK, glass-maker, gentleman, of the Glass Houses in the Chapelry of All Saints without the Walls but within the Liberties of the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to Cuthbert Teasdale limited to the intestate's interest in property the Cloth Market, Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1811/T20/1-3   20 May 1811
will bond, penal sum £9; John GALE, merchant, of Whitehaven in the County of Cumberland
original will dated 2.1.1726. Will not proved in Durham Court. Administration granted to Alice Bainbridge in respect of Property in Pilgrim Street, Newcastle upon Tyne.
DPRI/3/1811/T21/1-3   1 July 1811
will bond, penal sum £9; Henry COLLINGWOOD, esquire, of Cornhill in the county of Durham
administration granted to Anthony Lambert in respect of property in Beal, Northumberland.
DPRI/3/1811/T22/1   6 July 1811
will bond, penal sum £80; William CLIFFORD, linen-weaver, of Yewhursthead in the parish of Tanfield in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Hannah Clifford, relict and universal legatee for life or widowhood, the executors having renounced
DPRI/3/1811/T22/2   21 May 1811
renunciation; William CLIFFORD, linen-weaver, of Yewhursthead in the parish of Tanfield in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/T23   13 July 1811
will bond, penal sum £9; Stephen WHELEWRIGHT, gentleman, of Stockton upon Tees in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/T24/1   3 August 1811
will bond, penal sum £1,600; Thomas DOUGLAS, gentleman, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/T24/2-3   1 August 1811
renunciation; Thomas DOUGLAS, gentleman, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1811/T25   5 September 1811
will bond, penal sum £7,000; Walter HERON, gentleman, of Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne. Died July 1811
DPRI/3/1811/T26   5 September 1811
will bond, penal sum £29; Ralph BULMER, fisherman, widower, of Hartlepool
there being no Executor or Residuary Legatee named in the Will.
DPRI/3/1811/T27/1-7   12 August 1811
will bond, penal sum £9; Wilson BEWICKE, D.D., of Bodenham in the county of Hereford, formerly of Cassop in the county of Durham
grant of administration to John Gregson limited to the intestate's interest in property at the Manor of Hetton le Hole.
DPRI/3/1811/T28/1-4   29 October 1811
will bond, penal sum £400; Elizabeth WILSON, widow and relict of Jonathan Wilson, clogger, widow, of Castle Yard in the town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to Jane Wilson limited to the intestate's interest in property at Castle Garth in the Parish of Saint Nicholas,Newcastle upon Tyne.
DPRI/3/1811/T29   4 November 1811
will bond, penal sum £160; Richard LEE, yeoman, of Ingleton in the parish of Staindrop in the County of Durham
the Executors had died during the lifetime of the deceased.
DPRI/3/1811/T30   26 November 1811
will bond, penal sum £150; Ann SHACKLOCK, spinster, of Chester le Street in the county of Durham
there being no Executor named in the said Will.
DPRI/3/1811/T31/1   8 November 1811
will bond, penal sum £39; John STAFFORD, esquire, of Monkweamouth in the county palatine of Durham. Died 1792
Will left unadministered by John Hodgson, Robert Hutton, and Cooper Abbs three of the Executors therin named all since deceased, and Edward Aiskell the other Executor therein named having renounced. Will proved in 1795.
DPRI/3/1811/T31/2-3   15 October 1792
indented renunciation; John STAFFORD, esquire, of Monkweamouth in the county palatine of Durham. Died 1792
renunciation by Edward Aiskell, executor, in the form of a release and assignment to the other executors.
DPRI/3/1811/T32   23 November 1811
will bond, penal sum £600; Philip JUBB, mariner, of South Shields
there being no executor named in the said Will.
DPRI/3/1811/T33   9 December 1811
will bond, penal sum £400; Mary BRANKSTON, widow, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
there being no Executor or Residuary Legatee named in the Will.
DPRI/3/1811/T34   14 December 1811
will bond, penal sum £39; William ROBSON, yeoman, of Countiss park in the Chapelry of Birtley and county of Northumberland
the daughter survived the son, who was the Sole Executor and Residuary Legatee.
Administration bonds 1812
Reference: DPRI/3/1812/A
DPRI/3/1812/A1   7 January 1812
administration bond, penal sum £200; John REIDHOPE, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A2   11 January 1812
administration bond, penal sum £200; George ANDERSON, mariner, of South Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A3   10 January 1812
administration bond, penal sum £200; Joseph TAYLOR, innkeeper, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A4/1-2   4 January 1812
administration bond, penal sum £9; John WHITE, of Gallilaw in the parish of Eglingham in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Thomas Mitchell limited to the intestate's interest in property at Eglingham
DPRI/3/1812/A5   28 January 1812
administration bond, penal sum £15,000; Thomas CHRISP, farmer, of Rugley Moor House in the parish of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A6/1-2   11 January 1812
administration bond, penal sum £9; George DIXON, gentleman, of Norton in the county of Durham
endorsed with certificate of oath, 12 Jan 1812
DPRI/3/1812/A7   6 January 1812
administration bond, penal sum £200; George PAUL, mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A8   28 January 1812
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; James YOUNG, master mariner, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A9/1   22 January 1812
administration bond, penal sum £1,800; Newark REVELEY, coal-fitter, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A9/2   18 January 1812
renunciation, 18 January 1812; Newark REVELEY, coal-fitter, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
renunciation of Catherine Reveley, relict; with memorandum relating that administration decreed to be granted to Elizabeth Hick, daughter, 20 Jan 1812
DPRI/3/1812/A10   4 February 1812
administration bond, penal sum £200; Richard LOWTHIAN, mariner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A11   4 February 1812
administration bond, penal sum £200; Elizabeth KINGSLEY, of Berwick upon Tweed in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A12   14 February 1812
administration bond, penal sum £150; Elizabeth EMBLETON, widow, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A13   4 January 1812
administration bond, penal sum £7,000; Thomas STAWARD, farmer, of Tiptoe in the parish of Norham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A14   25 February 1812
administration bond, penal sum £200; James DEAN, bachelor, of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A15   7 March 1812
administration bond, penal sum £900; William ALDER, cheesemonger, bachelor, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A16   16 March 1812
administration bond, penal sum £160; William APPLETON, mariner, of Stockton-on-Tees in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A17   17 March 1812
administration bond, penal sum £600; Elizabeth READHEAD, spinster, of Lee in the parish of Rothbury in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A18   18 March 1812
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; William SMITH, clerk, of Ilderton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A19   18 March 1812
administration bond, penal sum £500; Lionel WANLESS, otherwise Wanlace, yeoman, of Newbigin in the parish of Hartburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A20   5 March 1812
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas WILSON, mariner, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A21   5 March 1812
administration bond, penal sum £400; Michael WILSON, keelman, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A22   5 March 1812
administration bond, penal sum £400; Ann WILSON, spinster, of Sundrland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A23   26 March 1812
administration bond, penal sum £39; Robert GREY, yeoman, widower, of Acklington Park in the parish of Warkworth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A24   24 March 1812
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; John HARDY, the younger, ship-owner, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A25   24 March 1812
administration bond, penal sum £100; William HINDHAUGH, labourer, of Whitton in the parish of Rothbury in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A26   23 March 1812
administration bond, penal sum £400; Cuthbert MAUGHAN, agent, of Howden Dockin the parish of Wallsend in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A27   2 March 1812
administration bond, penal sum £150,000; Henry TAYLOR, esquire, bachelor, of Criston Bank in the parish of Embleton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A28   27 March 1812
administration bond, penal sum £200; Henry MUERS, innkeeper, of Warkworth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A29   25 March 1812
administration bond, penal sum £600; John TROTTER, wherryman, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A30   11 March 1812
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Lionel WINSHIP, yeoman, of Ayden in the parish of Corbridge in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A31   4 April 1812
administration bond, penal sum £1,200; Thomas CALVERT, gentleman, of old Durham in the parish of Saint Oswald in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A32   4 April 1812
administration bond, penal sum £200; John FORSTER, cartwright, of chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A33   9 April 1812
administration bond, penal sum £900; Joseph LEE, gentleman, of Monkwearmouth Shore in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A34   10 April 1812
administration bond, penal sum £200; Nicholas GREGSON, mariner, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A35   11 April 1812
administration bond, penal sum £600; Thomas LEIGHTON, farmer, bachelor, of East Thriston in the parish of Felton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A36   13 April 1812
administration bond, penal sum £200; Matthew GLAHOLME, farmer, of Beanby in the parish of Eglingham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A37/1-3   11 April 1812
administration bond, penal sum £9; Catherine SNOW, widow, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Thomas Chater limited to the intestate's interest in property at the Flesher Rawe in Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1812/A38   13 April 1812
administration bond, penal sum £20,000; Thomas COLBECK, farmer, of Lemington in the parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A39   17 April 1812
administration bond, penal sum £18; William FOGGETT, private soldier in the 94th Regiment of Foot, and an out pensioner of Chelsea College, army private, bachelor, of Darlington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A40   25 April 1812
administration bond, penal sum £200; Timothy BOLAM, gentleman, bachelor, of chapelry of All Saints in the town of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A41   21 April 1812
administration bond, penal sum £100; Robert TURNER, butcher, of in the chapelry of All Saints Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A42   29 March 1812
administration bond, penal sum £48; Phoebe SHERATON, widow, of in the parish of Norton in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A43/1-2   21 April 1812
administration bond, penal sum £9; Ralph HUTTON, gentleman, of Mensforth in the parish of Bishop Middleham in the county of Durham
grant of administration to George Weatherby limited to the intestate's interest in property at the White Cross, Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1812/A44   4 May 1812
administration bond, penal sum £7,000; William CAMPBELL, doctor of physic, bachelor, of Berwick upon Tweed in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A45   4 May 1812
administration bond, penal sum £400; Christopher REED, yeoman, bachelor, of South Blyth in the chapelry of Earsdon in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A46   2 May 1812
administration bond, penal sum £400; George SCOTT, quarryman, of Heworth Shore in the chapelry of Heworth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A47   9 May 1812
administration bond, penal sum £400; William ROBSON, shopkeeper, of Shotley Bridge in the chapelry of Medomsley in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A48   25 May 1812
administration bond, penal sum £9; Cuthbert BROWN, weaver, of Bamburgh in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A49   23 May 1812
administration bond, penal sum £500; Samuel CASTLE, gentleman, bachelor, of in the parish of Saint Oswald in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A50/1-3   8 May 1812
administration bond, penal sum £9; John LANGLANDS, the elder, goldsmith, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland
grant of administration to Thomas Mitchell limited to the intestate's interest in property at All Hallows Bank otherwise Butcher Bank, Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1812/A51   15 May 1812
administration bond, penal sum £600; Edward Cook MILLBURN, block-maker, of Milburn Place in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A52   15 April 1812
administration bond, penal sum £150; Isabella PARTIS, widow, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A53   21 May 1812
administration bond, penal sum £100; Margaret STOBBS, spinster, of Bishop Auckland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A54   30 May 1812
administration bond, penal sum £40; William DICKINSON, spirit-merchant, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A55   23 May 1812
administration bond, penal sum £600; John HUDSON, yeoman, bachelor, of North Seaton in the parish of Woodhorn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A56/1-3   19 May 1812
administration bond, penal sum £9; John SHALTER, yeoman, of Great Chilton in the parish of Merrington in the county of Durham
grant of administration to Francis Smales limited to the intestate's interest in property at Ferryhill
DPRI/3/1812/A57   5 June 1812
administration bond; William CASSON, land-surveyor, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A58   19 June 1812
administration bond, penal sum £300; Andrew FORSTER, baker, bachelor, of Bishopwearmouth in the parish of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A59   1 June 1812
administration bond, penal sum £9; William HODGSON, surgeon, apothecary, widower, of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A60   20 June 1812
administration bond, penal sum £200; Edward KELSEY, pitman, of Ayton Banks in the chapelry of Lamesley in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A61   12 June 1812
administration bond, penal sum £18; William MITCHELL, a sergeant in the York Regiment of Volunteers, and an out pensioner of the Royal Hospital of Chelsea, army sergeant, outpensioner, of Sedgefield in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A62   9 June 1812
administration bond, penal sum £200; John WETHERLEY, labourer, of Stack Hill in the parish of Simonburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A63/1   29 June 1812
administration bond, penal sum £8,000; Alderson Hartley COLLING, gentleman, esquire, bachelor, of Hurworth in the parish of Hurworth-on-Tees in the county of Durham. Died January 1812
DPRI/3/1812/A63/2-3   29 June 1812
renunciation; Alderson Hartley COLLING, gentleman, esquire, bachelor, of Hurworth in the parish of Hurworth-on-Tees in the county of Durham. Died January 1812
DPRI/3/1812/A64   26 June 1812
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Mary HUME, widow, of Whitley in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A65   19 June 1812
administration bond, penal sum £39; Thomas NAISBET, cobbler, widower, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A66   23 June 1812
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Alexander SNOWDON, merchant, of Monkseaton in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A67   17 June 1812
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann WARNIKEN, widow, of chapelry of All Saints in the town of Newcastle-on-Tyne in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A68   24 June 1812
administration bond, penal sum £39; John PATTINSON, merchant, of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A69   30 June 1812
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Thomas SMITH, master mariner, bachelor, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A70   25 June 1812
administration bond, penal sum £900; Christian TODD, widow, of Monkwearmouth in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A71   27 June 1812
administration bond, penal sum £39; Jacob WALTON, butcher, of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A72   9 July 1812
administration bond, penal sum £600; William CAMERY, gentleman, widower, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A73   10 July 1812
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Mann BECKETT, watchmaker, bachelor, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A74   7 July 1812
administration bond, penal sum £900; John SIMPSON, yeoman, bachelor, of in the parish of Merrington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A75   9 July 1812
administration bond, penal sum £9; Thomas SANDERSON, yeoman, widower, of Redmarshall in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A76   11 July 1812
administration bond, penal sum £900; Henry Dixon HOGGAN, master mariner, Swalwell in the parish of Whickham in the county of Durham, but later a prisoner in France
DPRI/3/1812/A77   14 July 1812
administration bond, penal sum £7,000; John CORNFORTH, ship-owner, of North Shields in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A78   11 July 1812
administration bond, penal sum £600; Martha HENDERSON, spinster, of Newton by the Sea in the parish of Embleton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A79   15 July 1812
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; Thomas PATTINSON, merchant, of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A80   11 July 1812
curation bond, penal sum £3,000; William SMURTHWAITE, painter, widower, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the city of Durham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A81   11 July 1812
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; William SMURTHWAITE, painter, widower, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the city of Durham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A82   21 July 1812
administration bond, penal sum £400; Peter SHIELD, ship-owner, widower, of Tynemouth Place in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A83   1 August 1812
administration bond, penal sum £39; Joseph SWINHOE, mariner, of High Felling in the chapelry of Heworth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A84   10 July 1812
administration bond, penal sum £200; William LIDDLE, bachelor, of Cleughfoot in the parish of Allendale in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A85   1 August 1812
administration bond, penal sum £39; Sarah SHEPHERD, widow, of Holly Hill in the chapelry of Heworth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A86/1   5 August 1812
administration bond, penal sum £900; Eleanor WHITE, widow, of parish of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A86/2-4   5 August 1812
certificate of oath and execution of bond; Eleanor WHITE, widow, of parish of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A86/5   1 August 1812
letter of request; Eleanor WHITE, widow, of parish of Sunderland near the Sea in the county of Durham
from the bishop of Durham to the bishop of London
DPRI/3/1812/A87   1 August 1812
administration bond, penal sum £39; William SWARLEY, quarryman, widower, of Windy Nook in the chapelry of Heworth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A88   17 August 1812
administration bond, penal sum £200; John MOWBRAY, gentleman, of Park Hill in the parish of Kelloe in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A89   13 August 1812
administration bond, penal sum £600; George SMITH, gentleman, of Piercebridge in the parish of Gainford in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A90   15 August 1812
administration bond, penal sum £500; Thomas MUNCASTER, tanner, of chapelry of Barnard Castle in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A91   1 August 1812
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; Ralph HARRISON, gentleman, bachelor, of Framwellgate in the chapelry of Saint Margaret in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A92   15 August 1812
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; William DODDS, linen-draper, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A93/1-4   28 August 1812
administration bond, penal sum £9; George ORD, gentleman, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
administration first granted to Alice Ord, daughter, 13 Jan 1770; grant of administration to Stephen Reed limited to the intestate's interest in property at the Close, Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1812/A94/1-4   29 August 1812
administration bond, penal sum £9; John HALL, gentleman, of Fenham in the chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to Stephen Reed limited to the intestate's interest in property at the Close, Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1812/A95   26 September 1812
administration bond, penal sum £7,000; Frances BEWLEY, widow, of Coundon in the parish of Saint Andrew Auckland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A96   15 September 1812
administration bond, penal sum £100; Barbara FARROW, spinster, of Middleton in the parish of Saint Andrew Auckland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A97   25 September 1812
administration bond, penal sum £1,600; Thomas MOWBRAY, innkeeper, of parish of Saint Nicholas in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A98/1   5 October 1812
administration bond, penal sum £200; Joseph LIDDELL, gentleman, Saltwelside in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham, formerly in the town of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland
admininistration of the goods left unadministered by the widow Grace Liddell granted to the nephew and only next of kin
DPRI/3/1812/A98/2   5 October 1812
certificate of oath and of execution of bond; Joseph LIDDELL, gentleman, Saltwelside in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham, formerly in the town of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A98/3   30 September 1812
letter of request; Joseph LIDDELL, gentleman, Saltwelside in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham, formerly in the town of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland
from the bishop of Durham to the bishop of Carlisle
DPRI/3/1812/A98/4   5 September 1812
affidavit; Joshua LIDDLE, yeoman, of Brownside in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
affidavit of George Armstrong, miner, validating the handwriting of the will
DPRI/3/1812/A99   10 October 1812
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas BROWN, carpenter, of Hilton Ferry in the parish of Monkwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A100   8 October 1812
administration bond, penal sum £25,000; Timothy BULMER, the younger, shipbuilder, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A101   10 October 1812
administration bond, penal sum £140; Elizabeth COATES, widow, of Haughton in the parish of Haughton le Skerne, Darlington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A102   12 October 1812
administration bond, penal sum £100; Ann DIXON, spinster, of North Shields in the parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A103   16 October 1812
administration bond, penal sum £100; Thomas SALKELD, gentleman, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A104   15 October 1812
administration bond, penal sum £200; James TOWNS, gentleman, bachelor, of Harcup in the parish of Eglingham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A105/1   16 October 1812
administration bond, penal sum £2,500; Charles Stephen WATSON, bachelor, of Madras in the East Indies. Died 1809
administration granted to the attorneys of Stephen Watson, father, who was resident at Bahrenfield near Altona then in the kingdom of Denmark (now Hamburg, Germany)
DPRI/3/1812/A105/2-4   27 December 1811
copy power of attorney; Charles Stephen WATSON, bachelor, of Madras in the East Indies. Died 1809
with 21 Sep 1812 memorandum certifying its accuracy; also with memorandum relating that administration decreed, 21 Sep 1812
DPRI/3/1812/A105/5   16 October 1812
certificate of oath and execution of bond, 16 October 1812; Charles Stephen WATSON, bachelor, of Madras in the East Indies. Died 1809
DPRI/3/1812/A105/6   21 September 1812
letter of request, 21 September 1812; Charles Stephen WATSON, bachelor, of Madras in the East Indies. Died 1809
DPRI/3/1812/A106   17 October 1812
administration bond, penal sum £39; Thomas DAVIDSON, miner, bachelor, of Fewsteads in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A107   17 October 1812
administration bond, penal sum £39; Timothy DAVIDSON, miner, bachelor, of Fewsteads in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A108   22 October 1812
administration bond, penal sum £400; Elizabeth PEACOCK, widow, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A109   29 October 1812
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/3/1812/A110   31 October 1812
administration bond, penal sum £300; William KELSEY, His Majesty's 3rd Battalion or Regiment of Guards, army private, bachelor, of Portugal
DPRI/3/1812/A111   27 October 1812
administration bond, penal sum £300; Jane BARRAS, spinster, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A112   25 September 1812
administration bond, penal sum £200; Windale PEARSON, tallow-chandler, widower, of Barnard Castle in the county of Durham
administration granted to Elizabeth Wood widow, daughter
DPRI/3/1812/A113   9 November 1812
administration bond, penal sum £200; Robert COULSON, bachelor, of chapelry of All Saints Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A114   6 November 1812
administration bond, penal sum £100; William PERRY, mariner, of South Shields in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A115   4 November 1812
administration bond, penal sum £180; Mary WILD, of Coopon Bewlay in the parish of Billingham in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A116   11 November 1812
administration bond, penal sum £7,000; Thomas KIDD, cheese-factor, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A117   14 November 1812
administration bond, penal sum £400; Thomas MOWBRAY, bachelor, of Bishopley in the parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A118   14 November 1812
administration bond, penal sum £900; William PEARSON, whitesmith, of chapelry of Saint Andrew in the town of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A119   8 October 1812
administration bond, penal sum £600; John THOMSON, customs officer, of borough of Berwick-upon-Tweed in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A120   7 November 1812
administration bond, penal sum £39; William SHIELD, miner, of Windy Hall in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A121   18 November 1812
administration bond, penal sum £200; Elizabeth THOMPSON, of Denwick in the parish of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A122   20 November 1812
administration bond, penal sum £200; Martin GRAYDON, bachelor, of Highmoor in the parish of Felton in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A123/1   24 November 1812
administration bond, penal sum £900; Elizabeth Jane STORY, spinster, of Stockton-on-Tees in the county of Durham. Died March 1812
DPRI/3/1812/A123/2   19 October 1812
renunciation; Elizabeth Jane STORY, spinster, of Stockton-on-Tees in the county of Durham. Died March 1812
Proxy of renunciation. The deceased died intestate; brother and sisters of deceased have made their renunciation.
DPRI/3/1812/A124/1-4   13 November 1812
administration bond, penal sum £9; William WILSON, gentleman, of Darlington in the county of Durham
grant of administration to Jervis Robinson limited to the intestate's interest in property at Gainford; endorsed with certificate of oath, 13 Nov 1812
DPRI/3/1812/A125   11 December 1812
administration bond, penal sum £100; John Frederick HOLMAN, mariner, bachelor, of Sunderland in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A126   8 December 1812
administration bond, penal sum £10,000; John GRAY, merchant, of Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A127   12 December 1812
administration bond, penal sum £180; George NEWBY, butcher, bachelor, of parish of Hurworth, Darlington in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A128   12 December 1812
administration bond, penal sum £200; Anthony PATTINSON, butcher, of Park in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A129   18 December 1812
administration bond, penal sum £900; James HARDY, the younger, twine-maker, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A130   22 December 1812
administration bond, penal sum £40; Cuthbert TAYLOR, yeoman, bachelor, of upper town in the parish of Simonburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A131   19 December 1812
administration bond, penal sum £900; Henry JACKSON, yeoman, of Low Learchild in the parish of Edlingham in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A132   16 December 1812
administration bond, penal sum £400; Margaret NESBITT, widow, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A133   24 December 1812
administration bond, penal sum £200; John HILL, lead-mine adventurer, of Nenthead in the parish of Alston in the county of Cumberland
DPRI/3/1812/A134   30 December 1812
administration bond, penal sum £9; Thomas BENSON, stonemason, of Humbers Garth in the parish of Bishopwearmouth in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1812/A135   29 December 1812
administration bond, penal sum £500; Jane HUTTON, spinster, of Sedgefield in the county of Durham
Will bonds 1812
Reference: DPRI/3/1812/T
DPRI/3/1812/T1   18 January 1812
will bond, penal sum £9; Ralph LISTER, yeoman, of Gateshead in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Richard and Robert Lister, nephews of the deceased.
DPRI/3/1812/T2/1-4   10 January 1812
will bond, penal sum £9; William WRAY, saddler, of Stockton in the county of Durham
grant of administration to Wilson Dobing limited to the intestate's interest in property at Eastgate on the West Row in Wolviston.
DPRI/3/1812/T3   2 March 1812
will bond, penal sum £400; Alice PALMER, widow of Robert Palmer, widow, of Berwick-upon-Tweed. Died February 1812
grant of administration to Hannah Tibbit, mother
DPRI/3/1812/T4   2 March 1812
will bond, penal sum £1,200; Mary PEARSON, wife of John Pearson of Houghton Bank in the county of Durham, widow, of Evenwood
grant of administration to John Bell, nephew
DPRI/3/1812/T5   18 March 1812
will bond, penal sum £700; Lancelot WANLESS, yeoman, bachelor, of Newbegin in the parish of Hartburn county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed of the goods left unadministered granted by decree of court to Thomas Wanlace, son and one of the residuary legatees, the executors having died
DPRI/3/1812/T6   9 May 1812
will bond, penal sum £900; Robert DICKINSON, of Low lee house in Garrigill
administration with the will annexed granted to Obadiah, the only child of the deceased.
DPRI/3/1812/T7   18 May 1812
will bond, penal sum £3,000; Horace ST PAUL, esquire, of Ewart house in the chapelry of Doddington in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Ann St Paul (his wife).
DPRI/3/1812/T8/1-3   11 May 1812
will bond, penal sum £7,000; William SMITH, victualler, of Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
with renunciation
Administration with the will annexed granted to James Hood, the surviving trustee of the deceased. Proxy of Renunciation from Jane Smith, wife of deceased, is attached.
DPRI/3/1812/T9   6 July 1812
will bond, penal sum £9; William AINSLEY, miller, of Sidgate in or near the City of Durham, formerly of Crookhall mill
administration with the will annexed granted to Thomas and John Ainsley, sons of the deceased.
DPRI/3/1812/T10   2 July 1812
will bond, penal sum £600; Catharine BROAD, spinster, of parish of Saint Giles in the city of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Hannah Salkeld sister of deceased.
DPRI/3/1812/T11   4 July 1812
will bond, penal sum £2,000; Jane SHIPLEY, widow, of Fourstones in the Parish of Warden and County of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Edward Temperley and Margaret Elizabeth Termperley, grandchildren of the deceased.
DPRI/3/1812/T12   28 July 1812
will bond, penal sum £200; William TAYLOR, master mariner, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Hannah Darlington, the niece and legatee of the deceased.
DPRI/3/1812/T13   6 July 1812
will bond, penal sum £39; John TODD, yeoman, of Morden in the parish of Sedgefield in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Jane Brunton, only child of the deceased.
DPRI/3/1812/T14   15 August 1812
will bond, penal sum £2,000; Thomas CARENS, yeoman, of South Street in the chapelry of Saint Margaret Durham, formerly of Weather Hill in the Parish of Brancepeth in the county of Durham
administration with the will annexed granted to Thomas Carens, son. as Elizabeth Carens the widow of the deceased refused or declined to prove the said will.
DPRI/3/1812/T15   28 September 1812
will bond, penal sum £25,000; Edward GALLON, esquire, bachelor, of Alnwick in the county of Northumberland
administration with the will annexed granted to Elizabeth Gallon, neice of the deceased.
DPRI/3/1812/T16/1-3   27 October 1812
will bond, penal sum £9; Michael MIGGEE, merchant, of town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne
grant of administration to Joseph Bainbridge limited to the intestate's interest in property at West Gate in the town of Newcastle upon Tyne.
DPRI/3/1812/T17   19 November 1811
will bond, penal sum £1,200; Anthony GARTHWAITE, farmer, of Totepots in the Parish of Wolsingham
administration with the will annexed granted to John Greenwell the residuary legatee as no executor was named in the said will.
DPRI/3/1812/T18/1-4   13 November 1812
will bond, penal sum £9; Cuthbert SWAINSTON, gentleman, of city of Durham
administration with the will annexed of the goods left unadministered granted to Jervis Robinson limited to the testator's interest in property at Gainford.
DPRI/3/1812/T19/1   7 December 1812
will bond, penal sum £7,000; Addison LANGHORN, esquire, Newcastle upon Tyne, formerly of Mildon Hall in the county of Suffolk
administration with the will annexed granted to the Ann Steavenson, only child and residary legatee, the executor having renounced
DPRI/3/1812/T19/2-3   28 November 1812
renunciation; Addison LANGHORN, esquire, Newcastle upon Tyne, formerly of Mildon Hall in the county of Suffolk
renunciation of George Phillips Towry, executor; exhibited, 4 Dec 1812
Administration bonds 1813
Reference: DPRI/3/1813/A
DPRI/3/1813/A1   15 January 1813
administration bond, penal sum £39; Robert DRUMMOND, cordwainer, of Burnopfield in the chapelry of Tanfield in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1813/A2   7 January 1813
administration bond, penal sum £39; Henderson Price HARRISON, late of 36th Regiment of Foot, army soldier, bachelor, General Hospital London, Callerton Lough House in the parish of Newburn in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1813/A3/10   4 January 1813
letter of request; William THOMPSON, gentleman, of Stanhope in the Parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham. Died April 1807
letter of request to the bishop of London
DPRI/3/1813/A3/1-2   9 January 1813
curation bond, penal sum £500; William THOMPSON, gentleman, of Stanhope in the Parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham. Died April 1807
DPRI/3/1813/A3/3-5   24 December 1812
election of guardian; William THOMPSON, gentleman, of Stanhope in the Parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham. Died April 1807
DPRI/3/1813/A3/6-8   24 December 1812
acceptance of guardianship and tuition; William THOMPSON, gentleman, of Stanhope in the Parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham. Died April 1807
DPRI/3/1813/A3/9   9 January 1813
certificate of oaths and execution of bonds; William THOMPSON, gentleman, of Stanhope in the Parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham. Died April 1807
DPRI/3/1813/A4   9 January 1813
administration bond, penal sum £500; William THOMPSON, gentleman, of Stanhope in the Parish of Stanhope in the county of Durham. Died April 1807
administration granted to the mother and curatrix of the grandson, the children of the deceased having died
DPRI/3/1813/A5   16 January 1813
administration bond, penal sum £150; Robert REID, surgeon, bachelor, of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1813/A6   19 January 1813
administration bond, penal sum £15,000; John BOAZMAN, gentleman, of Aycliffe in the parish of Aycliffe in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1813/A7   16 January 1813
administration bond, penal sum £200; Ann ELLIOT, spinster, of Haltwhistle in the County of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1813/A8/1   15 January 1813
administration bond, penal sum £3,000; William HALL, mariner, of Weymouth and Melcombe Regis in the County of Dorset
DPRI/3/1813/A8/2   15 January 1813
certificate of oath and execution of bond; William HALL, mariner, of Weymouth and Melcombe Regis in the County of Dorset
DPRI/3/1813/A8/3   4 January 1813
letter of request; William HALL, mariner, of Weymouth and Melcombe Regis in the County of Dorset
letter of request from the bishop of Durham to the bishop of Bristol
DPRI/3/1813/A9   22 January 1813
administration bond, penal sum £4,000; John HANCOCK, hardwareman, of Parish of St. Nicholas in the town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
DPRI/3/1813/A10   11 January 1813
administration bond, penal sum £100; Richard WILD, pitman
endorsed with memorandum relating that monition for Wild returned 22 Jan [?1813]
DPRI/3/1813/A11   1 February 1813
administration bond, penal sum £450; Robert SHOTTON, [ship-]carpenter, bachelor, heretofore of the parish of Sunderland near the sea in the County of Durham, but late belonging to the transport ship Hannah
DPRI/3/1813/A12   12 February 1813
administration bond, 12 February 1813, penal sum £600; Thomas SCOTT, the younger, master mariner, bachelor, of late of Milburn Place in the Parish of Tynemouth in the county of Northumberland
DPRI/3/1813/A13   15 February 1813
administration bond, 15 February 1813, penal sum £39; William MORGAN, victualler, of late of South Shields in the chapelry of St. Hilds in the county of Durham
DPRI/3/1813/A14   13 February 1813
administration bond, penal sum £800; Thomas LANGSTAFF, colliery agent, bachelor, of late of the Chapelry of St Helen Auckland in the County of Durham
DPRI/3/1813/A15   13 February 1813
administration bond, penal sum £100;