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INDEX TO OBITUARIES IN THE DURHAM DIRECTORY, 1856 - 1916 (included by permission of University of Durham, Archives and Special Collections) In most cases the Durham Record Office holds copies of the Durham Directory with the following obituaries; where a copy of the original Directory is not available in the Record Office the obituary is available on microfilm and the microfilm refernce is given at the end of the entry below. ADAMS, Staff Sergeant W., of North Shields (son of ex-Sergeant-Major W. Adams formerly of Durham) died 19 November 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) ADDISON, John, landlord of the Shakespeare Tavern died 28 December 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 AINLEY, Albert, Manager of Messrs. Smith and Sons bookstall, Durham Station died 11 November 1902 (Durham Directory, 1903) AINSLEY, Mrs. S.T., of Low Fell, daughter of the late Alderman Sanderson died 13 January 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 AINSLEY, William, printer, stationer and mustard manufacturer died Waddington Street, 18 October 1874 (Durham Directory, 1875) see M29/1 AINSLEY, William, of Atherton Street, partner in the family mustard and printing business died 19 October 1896 (Durham Directory, 1897) see M29/1 AINSWORTH, Michael Martin, bricklayer, of 20 Grange Buildings, Belmont found drowned (suicide) April 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) ALLAN, James, of Crossgate, Durham, joiner, freeman died 15 September 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 ALLAN, Mrs. Jane (widow of Alexander Allan, railway engineer) died 12 August 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 ALLAN, John Edwin, landlord of the Beehive Inn, Saddler Street died 31 January 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 ALLAN, Sergeant Joseph George, of the Northumberland Hussars Yeomanry Cavalry died 28 April 1906 (Durham Directory, 1907) ALLAN, Robert Henry, of Blackwell Hall and Grange near Darlington, F.S.A, friend of Surtees, Raine and Burke to whose works he largely contributed died 28 October 1879 (Durham Directory, 1880) ALLAN, Mrs. W., of Framwelgate, active worker for St. Cuthbert's Church died 22 January 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 ALLEN, John, hon. secretary of the-North Durham Conservative Registration Association died 16 December 1875 (Durham Directory, 1877) ALLISON, John, brother of Robert [q.v.] and died the same day died 31 January 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) ALLISON, Robert, of William Street, formerly a moulder and, afterwards, sexton at St. Giles' Church died 31 January 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) ANDERSON, James, tradesman, proprietor of the Wear Nurseries died 6 November 1868 (Durham Directory, 1869) ANDERSON, John, of Elvet Waterside, cabinet maker died 22 March 1884 (Durham Directory, 1885) ANDERSON, Robert, J.P. of Seaham Harbour, chief agent to Earl Vane; formerly merchant and coal-fitter at Newcastle died 15 October 1869 (Durham Directory, 1870) ANGUS, Oliver of Unthank Farm near Durham died 2 October 1881 (Durham Directory, 1882) ANNANDALE, John, of St. Cuthbert's Lodge, Shotley Bridge, paper manufacturer died 25 August 1881 (Durham Directory, 1882) ANNANDALE, Peter, head of the paper mill firm of John Annandale and Sons died at Shotley Grove, 2 July 1862 (Durham Directory, 1863) APPLEBY, Mrs., wife of Capt. George Walton Appleby, of 10 Church Street died 11 January 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 APPLEBY, Thomas, well-known 'character' and freeman died in Durham Workhouse 12 October 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 APPLEGARTH, Augustus, inventor died at Dartford 9 February 1871 (Durham Directory, 1872) APPLETON, George of Brandon Colliery, joiner and Primitive Methodist local preacher died 3 January 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 APPLETON, Herbert A., munition worker, formerly footman and butler to the Misses Fawcett died 30 December 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) APPLETON, John Reed, of Western Hill, F.S.A., representative of the Worcester firm, Messrs. Hill, Evans and Co.; local poet and antiquary died 26 January 1889 (Durham Directory, 1890) APPLETON, Rev. Richard, honorary canon of Durham and Master of Selwyn College, Cambridge died 1 March 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 ARGUMENT, Thomas, farmer, the oldest tenant on the Brancepeth estate, having been connected with Willington for nearly sixty years died 8 April 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) ARMES, Dr. Philip, of North Bailey, organist and choir-master at Cathedral, 1862 - 1907, and first professor of music in the University died 10 February 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 ARMES, Mrs., of North Bailey (widow of the late Dr. P. Armes [q.v.]) died 31 August 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) ARMSTRONG, William George, Lord Armstrong of Cragside, inventor and founder of Elswick Works, Newcastle died 27 December 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) ARMSTRONG, Private J., member of Durham Volunteer Service Co. in South Africa accidentally killed 6 December 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) ARMSTRONG, James, of Gardenia House, Neville's Cross, manager of the drapery department of Brandon and Byshottles Co-operative Society died 7 November 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 ARMSTRONG, Councillor Thomas, of Murton, checkweigher at Murton Colliery for nearly thirty years died 10 October 1906 (Durham Directory, 1907) ARROWSMITH, Dr. William Hixon, medical officer for Darlington district died 21 June 1882 (Durham Directory, 1883) ASHWELL, Rev. Arthur Rawdon, canon of Chichester, for many years principal of Durham Diocesan Training College for schoolmasters died 24 October 1879 (Durham Directory, 1880) ASKEW, John, joiner employed by University for forty-seven years died 6 December 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) ATHERTON, Sir William, M.P. for Durham City, 1852 - 1864 died 22 January 1864 (Durham Directory, 1865) ATKINSON, R.S., tailor, North Road found hanged at his home in May Street 28 November 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 ATKINSON, T.T., of South Street, sub-verger of Cathedral; served the Dean and Chapter for over fifty years died 13 September 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) ATTWOOD, Matthias, Wolverley of Dulwich Park, Surrey died 17 September 1865 (Durham Directory, 1866) AVERY, Edward, of Western Hill, Durham, water bailiff to the Wear Fishery Board died 3 August 1903 (suicide) (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 AYLMER, John Harrison, of Walworth Castle died (with several members of his family in a railway accident), 20 August 1868 (Durham Directory, 1869) AYLMER, Mrs., of Walworth Castle died 1 March 1857 (Durham Directory, 1858) BACKHOUSE, Alfred, of Pilmore Hall near Croft, J.P., high sheriff for County Durham in 1885 - 1886; active in philanthropic enterprises died 2 September 1888 (Durham Directory, 1889) BACKHOUSE, Edward, of Sunderland, banker, social reformer and philanthropist died 22 May 1879 (Durham Directory, 1880) BACKHOUSE, John Church died Blackwell, Darlington, 9 November 1858 (Durham Directory, 1859) BAILES, George of Western Hill, Durham, boot and shoemaker died 24 March 1893 (Durham Directory, 1894) BAILES, George, retired manager of Murton Colliery; keen geologist died 9 January 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 BAILEY, Richard of Wylam, formerly manager of Hill's Flour Mill, North Road died 11 January 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) BAILY, Canon Johnson, M.A., of Hallgarth Street, Rector of Ryton 1889-1910 died 4 October 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) BAIN, Mrs., of Western Hill (mother of R.D. Bain, inspector of mines) died 6 February 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 BAIN, W.D., of Shotley Bridge (eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Bain of Aykley Heads) died 12 March 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) BAINES, Mrs. John, of 2 Providence Row died 1 November 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) BAKER, Rev. Thomas, Rector of Whitburn died 14 February 1866 (Durham Directory, 1867) BAKER BAKER, Captain George Conyers, of Elemore Hall, late of the 60th Rifles died near Mandaly, Upper Burma, 11 June 1892 (Durham Directory, 1893) BAKER BAKER, Henry John, of Elemore Hall, J.P., agriculturalist and sportsman died 28 January 1871 (Durham Directory, 1872) BAKER BAKER, Miss, eldest daughter of the late H.J. Baker Baker of Elemore Hall died 8 October 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 BALDWIN, Rev. A.G., Vicar of St. James', Burnopfield died 31 March 1906 (Durham Directory, 1907) BALFOUR, David, M.I.C.E., of Myre Hall, Houghton-le- Spring, prominent civil engineer and surveyor to Houghton R.D.C. died 22 December 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) BANKS, George Linnaeus, poet and journalist, at one time connected with the Durham Chronicle died 3 May 1881 (Durham Directory, 1882) BARKER, Joseph, of Shincliffe Bank Top, keeper of the Oak Tree Inn died 7 February 1880 (Durham Directory, 1881) BARNES, Councillor Charles Edmund, of Saddler Street, solicitor; registration agent for the Conservatives in Durham died 8 March 1894 (Durham Directory, 1895) BARNES, Edwin, pharmacist died at Liverpool, 1 March 1873 (Durham Directory, 1874) see M29/1 BARNES, Rev. George, late Rector of St. Alban's, Wood Street, London; educated at Durham School and University died 31 March 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 BARNES, John Wheeldon, J.P., F.S.A., Manager of Messrs. Backhouses' Bank, Durham; antiquary, artist and picture collector died 22 September 1893 (Durham Directory, 1894) BARNES, Robert, supervisor of excise (formerly a compositor for the Times) died North Road, 25 July 1874 (Durham Directory, 1875) see M29/1 BARNES, W.W., secretary of the Northumberland and Durham Miners' Permanent Relief Fund died 24 February 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) BARRASS, Alexander William, of Viewlands, Neville's Cross, public house owner and brewer's traveller died 8 February 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) BARRETT, Rev. Henry, barrister, journalist and, eventually, Vicar of Pelton died in Durham, February 1885 (Durham Directory, 1886) BARRON, Mrs. John, a pioneer of Wesleyan Methodism in the Deerness Valley died 27 November 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 BARTLE, Jabez (George), of Alexandria Crescent, foreman porter at Durham Railway Station; Primitive Methodist Local Preacher died 3 August 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 BARTLETT, Charles, coke drawer of 32 Low John Street, Meadowfield died 19 March 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 BARWICK, Sir John Storey, bart., J.P., industrialist died 12 August 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) BATES, Matthew, of Neville's Cross, publican; manager of the Red Lion, Brandon, for twenty-five years died 11 August 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 BATESON, John, bookbinder, of Sidegate died 8 January 1877 (Durham Directory, 1878) BATTENSBY, Alderman Isaac, of Hallgarth Street, draper died 20 May 1904 (Durham Directory, 1905) BATTENSBY, John, retired farmer living at Shincliffe died 27 December 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) BATTENSBY, W.H., of Hallgarth Street, draper died 23 May 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) BATY, J.G., clerk to Houghton-le-Spring Board of Guardians died 26 June 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 BEANLANDS, A., M.A., C.E., of Divinity House; treasurer of University; notable mining surveyor died 28 September 1898 (Durham Directory, 1899) see M29/1 BECKWITH, Rev. J.S., Vicar of Walker died 20 January 1895 (Durham Directory, 1896) BECKWITH, General William, of Silksworth House and Trimdon died 23 February 1871 (Durham Directory, 1872) BEEBY, Sergeant Thomas died at Sherburn Hospital, 22 January 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 BELL, George Frederic, senior assistant government inspector of mines in Northumberland, Durham and Cumberland died 11 November 1902 (Durham Directory, 1903) BELL, Mrs. G.F., of North End died 13 March 1901 (Durham Directory, 1902) BELL, James, of Arcott Villa, superintendent of Messrs. Hepworth's clothing firm in the North of England and a prominent Primitive Methodist died 4 January 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) BELL, James, of Tudhoe Colliery, prominent trade unionist died 8 March 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) BELL, J.F., of North End, J.P., corn factor died 12 April 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 BELL, John, of Woodside, Sacriston, checkweighman at Sacriston colliery for many years died 8 May 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 BELL, John, retired assistant manager of Murton colliery; prominent Primitive Methodist died 29 August 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) BELL, Thomas, of Hedley Hall and Billingham Demesne, alderman of Durham County Council; agriculturalist died 22 February 1893 (Durham Directory, 1894) BELL, Thomas, J.P., formerly chief inspector-of mines for County Durham died 20 February 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 BELL, William, of 31 Hallgarth Street, retired farmer, of the Flatts Farm, Durham died 20 March 1906 (Durham Directory, 1907) BELLERBY, John, tobacconist, of Silver Street, also income tax collector and agent for chemical manures died 6 March 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) BELLERBY, Mrs. (widow of John Bellerby, tobacconist of Silver Street) died 11 March 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 BENTHAM, John Jolly, solicitor of Sunderland died 5 May 1906 in Lewes Prison (see entry under 5 March 1906) (Durham Directory, 1907) BENZIES, Peter G., ex-superintendent of police for the Lanchester and Consett petty sessional division died 21 July 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 BERKLEY, Cuthbert, of Highfield House near Durham, mining engineer for Messrs. Pease and partners died 27 January 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 BETHUNE, Rev. Angus, J.P., vicar of St. Mary's, Seaham Harbour; one of the oldest clergymen in England died 24 May 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 BEWICK, Right Revd. John, D.D., R.C. Bishop of Hexham and Newcastle died 29 October 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) BEWICKE, William, portrait painter died Haughton-le-Skerne, 8 June 1866 (Durham Directory, 1867) BEWSHER, Rev. F.W., D.D., incumbent of Birtley died 5 September 1881 (Durham Directory, 1882) BIGGE, Rev. John Frederic, vicar of Stamfordham, Northumberland died 28 February 1885 (Durham Directory, 1886) BILTON, Mrs. H., of Co-operative Terrace; prominent Primitive Methodist died 28 October 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) BINNEY, George, of 8 Atherton Street East, a director of the Co-operative Wholesale Society; formerly a coal-miner died 5 May 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) BINNS, Dr. John, J.P. died Western Hill, 5 September 1875 (Durham Directory, 1876) BIRKINSHOW, T., bootmaker in the Market Place for over forty years died 12 February 1893 (Durham Directory, 1894) BLACKBURN, John George, of Dragon Villa, cab proprietor; active Primitive Methodist died 14 November 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 BLACKETT, William, of New Elvet died 9 April 1865 (Durham Directory, 1866) BLACKETT, Dr. William Cuthbert, J.P., mayor of Durham in 1887; medical practitioner in Durham and neighbourhood for many years died 8 November 1895 (Durham Directory, 1896) BLAGDON, George Pattison, J.P., of Pelaw Terrace; leather currier; prominent in sporting affairs died 4 July 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 BLAIR, Henry (son of Thomas Blair of South Grange Farm, Shincliffe) died 16 June 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 BLAIR, Rev. R.H., rector of St. Martin's, Worcester (native of South Shields); founder of a school for blind boys died 12 September 1885 (Durham Directory, 1886) BLAKEMORE, John, of Low Pittington, miner and, later, general dealer; Primitive Methodist local preacher died 25 November 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 BLAKEY, Timothy, of Co-operative Terrace, mason died 28 May 1890 (Durham Directory, 1891) BLAKEY, Walter, of Gilesgate, formerly a soldier in the 98th Regiment died 3 July 1883 (Durham Directory, 1884) BLAKEY, W.T., of Co-operative Terrace, slater died 15 February 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 BLAND, George, archdeacon of Northumberland, official of the officiality of the Dean and Chapter of Durham and canon of Durham Cathedral (nephew of Bishop Maltby of Durham) died 17 February 1880 (Durham Directory, 1881) BLAND, John, of Durham, surgeon died 14 August 1869 (Durham Directory, 1870) BLAND, W., of Cross Street, for many years cashier to Hamsteels Colliery Co. died 10 August 1902 (Durham Directory, 1903) BLANDFORD, Mrs. J.W., wife of Dr. Blandford of Norton and daughter of the late Alderman James Fowler died 6 June 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 BLENKINSOPP, Rev. R.G.L., rector of Shadforth died 25 September 1876 (Durham Directory, 1877) BLYTH, R.H., F.S.A., of Old Elvet, manager of Messrs. Backhouses' Durham Bank died 9 July 1896 (Durham Directory, 1897) see M29/1 BODY, Canon, of the College, preacher, writer and social reformer died 5 June 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 BOLAM, R., of Usworth Colliery, secretary of the Usworth branch of the Miners' Association died 11 July 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 BOLAND, Michael Pearce, of Smokey Row, Framwelgate Moor died in an accident at Framwelgate Moor Colliery, 7 June 1906 (Durham Directory, 1907) BONES, Joseph, agent for the Miners' Permanent Relief Fund; formerly of Crossgate died in Newcastle, 17 August 1888 (Durham Directory, 1889) BOOTH, Rev. Herbert Edward, master of University College died 1 June 1874 (Durham Directory, 1875) see M29/1 BOOTH, John, of Sherburn, farmer died 6 April 1878 (Durham Directory, 1879) BOOTH, John, of Shotley Bridge, solicitor, deputy steward of the manors of the Diocese of Durham and deputy registrar of the Consistory Court died 7 January 1901 (Durham Directory, 1902) BOOTH, Robert, gunsmith died May 1863 (Durham Directory, 1864) BOTTOMLEY, Mrs, wife of H. Bottomley, the County Accountant died 20 August 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 BOTTOMS, Councillor William, checkweighman at Usworth Colliery for thirty-one years died 19 May 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) BOUET, Joseph, French master at Durham Grammar School died Old Elvet, 22 December 1856 (Durham Directory, 1858) BOUNCE, William, chief engineer in the locomotive department of the Stockton and Darlington Railway Co.'s works at Shildon died 19 January 1876 (Durham Directory, 1877) BOWDEN, George, colliery surveyor of Littletown died July 1901 (Durham Directory, 1902) BOWES, John, of Streatlam Castle died 9 October 1885 (Durham Directory, 1886) BOWES, John, bricklayer executed for murder of his wife, 12 December 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) BOWLBY, Miss Frances Eliza, of South Bailey died 17 August 1912, aged 92 BOWLBY, Capt. Peter, late of H.M. 4th King's Own Regiment died 8 November 1877 (Durham Directory, 1878) BOWLBY, Russell, of South Shields, solicitor died 21 January 1865 (Durham Directory, 1866) BOWLING, Mrs. M.A., confectioner, formerly of Sutton Street died 26 June 1904 (Durham Directory, 1905) BOYD, Edward Fenwick, of Moor House, Leamside, near Durham, J.P., mining engineer; Mineral Agent for the Dean and Chapter from 1837 died 31 August 1889 (Durham Directory, 1890) BOYD, George Fenwick, of Moor House, Leamside, J.P., barrister died 6 April 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 BOYD, Hugh Fenwick, Q.C., Liberal candidate in Durham parliamentary elections of 1895 and 1898 died 4 July 1898 (Durham Directory, 1899) see M29/1 BOYD, John, of Durham City, ironmonger died 9 October 1868 (Durham Directory, 1869) BOYD, Robert Fenwick, prominent in the coal trade; consulting mining engineer to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners; keen fox hunter died 2 January 1892 (Durham Directory, 1893) BOYD, Thomas Henry, of Claypath, general dealer died 27 December 1894 (Durham Directory, 1896) BOYD, Mrs. T.H., of 219 Gilesgate (widow of T.H. Boyd) died 12 January 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 BOYD, Dr. William, alderman and J.P., four times Mayor of Durham; held several public medical appointments besides his private practice died 9 March 1897 (Durham Directory, 1898) BOYNE, Emma Maria, Viscountess (daughter of Matthew Russell of Brancepeth Castle) died 29 April 1870 (Durham Directory, 1871) BOYNE, Gustavus Frederick, 7th Viscount, 1st Baron Brancepeth died 29 October 1872 (Durham Directory, 1873) see M29/1 BOYNE, Gustavus Russell, 8th Viscount died 30 December 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) BOYNE, Katherine Frances, Viscountess (wife of 8th Viscount Boyne; daughter of 2nd Earl of Eldon) died 19 May 1903 (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 BRADSHAW, Thomas J., county court judge of Newcastle circuit died 17 December 1884 (Durham Directory, 1886) BRAMWELL, Mrs., wife of A. Bramwell, newsagent, of North Road died 22 December 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) BRAMWELL, Christopher, J.P. died Hardwicke Hall, 1 December 1866 (Durham Directory, 1867) BRAMWELL, John, recorder of Durham died 25 November 1882 (Durham Directory, 1883) BRAMWELL, William H., registrar of Durham County Court died 3 June 1865 (Durham Directory, 1866) BRAMWELL, Mrs., of Bow School (widow of William H. Bramwell, registrar of Durham County Court) died 15 November 1903 (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 BRANSON, William, agriculturalist died at Witton Gilbert, 16 March 1873 (Durham Directory, 1874) see M29/1 BRASS, Mrs., wife of T.F. Brass, J.P., of Charlaw House, Sacriston; prominent Wesleyan Methodist died 25 August 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) BRENCKLEY, William, of Neville Terrace, Crossgate Moor, secretary of the Castle Eden Lodge of the Durham Miners Association for some years died 30 September 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 BREWER, E., of Elvet Bridge, hosier; formerly a mason died 18 September 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) BREWER, Henry, newsagent and general dealer of Ryhope; active in public life died 29 March 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) BREWSTER, John, hairdresser and general dealer died at Saddler Street, 24 February 1877 (Durham Directory, 1878) BRIDICK, J. Burke, house surgeon of Durham County Hospital died 27 June 1877 (Durham Directory, 1878) BRIDICK, Joseph, of Durham, ironmonger died 4 May,1865 (Durham Directory, 1866) BRIGGS, Col. C.J., of Hylton Castle died 15 October 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) BRIGGS, William, of Moorlands (near Sunderland) and Hylton Castle; head of the firm W. Briggs & Sons, timber merchants and shipbuilders 16 July 1871 (Durham Directory, 1872) BRIGNAL, William, solicitor in Durham where he had an extensive practice died in Gosforth, 23 January 1860 (Durham Directory, 1891) BRITTEN, William, gate-keeper at Durham Castle lodge died 6 November 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 BROCKETT, William Henry, proprietor and editor of the Gateshead Observer died 15 January 1867 (Durham Directory, 1868) BROGDEN, Henry, landlord of the Black Horse Inn, New Elvet died 18 December 1910 (suicide) (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 BROOKE, Charles, of Shincliffe, gardener died 25 June 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) BROOKES, Rev. F.D., vicar of Birtley died 28 April 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) BROOKS, Thomas, of New Elvet, cab proprietor, formerly licensed victualler died 21 January 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 BROOKSBANK, James, J.P., of Durham City, a magistrate since 1860 died 27 February 1870 (Durham Directory, 1871) BROWN, Miss F.A., of the Three Tuns Hotel, Durham; assisted in management of the establishment for fifteen years died 14 March 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) BROWN, Forster, bookbinder in Durham City for over fifty years died 14 January 1878 (Durham Directory, 1879) BROWN, Rev. Harry, chaplain and tutor at S. Wales Training College (eldest son of H. Brown, H.M. Inspector of Schools, Durham) died 11 May 1902 (Durham Directory, 1903) BROWN, Harry, of 6 Ravensworth Terrace, inspector of schools in County Durham for over thirty years died 12 December 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 BROWN, John, of Claypath, ironmonger died 5 July 1897 (Durham Directory, 1898) BROWN, Margaret, of South Street died 29 April 1904 (Durham Directory, 1905) BROWN, Matthew, of Gilesgate; member of Durham Cathedral choir for over fifty years, and conductor of the University choral society died 14 June 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) BROWN, Mrs., hostess of the Three Tuns Hotel for nearly fifty years died 6 March 1899 (Durham Directory, 1900) BROWN, Robert, of Church Street, foreman joiner at Durham City Brewery; freeman and warden of his company died 5 August 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 BROWN, Thomas, of Durham Cathedral choir died Claypath, 17 May 1864 (Durham Directory, 1865) BROWN, Thomas, of Claypath, plumber; freeman of Durham died 16 September 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 BROWN, William T., of New Elvet, licensed victualler; later, a brewer's traveller, and a livery proprietor died 9 February 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 BROWN, W.R., of Queen Street, cabinet maker died 17 April 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) BROWNE, Rev. J.H., rector of Middleton-in-Teesdale died 20 September 1874 (Durham Directory, 1875) see M29/1 BROWNLESS, John, of Whorlton Grange, Barnard Castle; chairman of the Weardale and Consett Water Companies died 16 April 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) BRUCE, Sir Gainsford, Q.C., solicitor-general, attorney-general, and, finally, Chancellor of the County Palatine of Durham died 24 February 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 BRUCE, Rev. Dr. Robert, Hon. Canon of Durham, vicar of St. Nicholas', Durham, 1896 - 1903; formerly a missionary in Persia and translator of the New Testament into Persian died 6 March 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) BRUCE, Thomas Dundas, of Witton Hall and Bishop Auckland; solicitor who held many public and private appointments died 15 September 1893 (Durham Directory, 1894) BRYDON, Robert, of the Dene, Seaham Harbour, veterinary surgeon; estate agent for the Londonderry estates in the N.E. Durham; famous horse and pony breeder died 28 June 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) BUCKLE, Matthew, of Sutton Street, tailor died 9 May 1898 (Durham Directory, 1899) see M29/1 BUCKLEY, Father William, priest in charge of the R.C. Church at Houghton-le-Spring; active in public life died 4 January 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) BUDDLE, C.W., master of Durham Union Workhouse for nearly thirty years died 9 December 1877 (Durham Directory, 1878) BUDDLE, Rev. Thomas, Wesleyan missionary in New Zealand died 26 June 1883 (Durham Directory, 1884) BULMAN, Rev. George Robert, formerly Rector of St. Mary's, Shincliffe, for twenty-eight years died 27 April 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) BULMAN, Thomas William, of Whitley Park, partner in the banking firm of Lambton & Co. died 14 June 1879 (Durham Directory, 1880) BUNGLEY Thomas, first station master at Gilesgate station, Durham died at Spennymoor, 18 August 1883 (Durham Directory, 1884) BURDON, John, of Gilesgate, Durham, J.P., chemist and druggist in Claypath died 31 December 1892 (Durham Directory, 1894) BURDON, Rev. John, J.P., owner of the Castle Eden estates; chairman of the Castle Eden police court died 12 November 1893 (Durham Directory, 1894) BURDON, Mrs. John, of Gilesgate died 22 December 1903 (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 BURDON, Richard, of Shincliffe, coachman, for many years in the employment of the late Edward Peele died 27 August 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) BURDON, Rowland, J.P. died at Castle Eden, 19 April 1875 (Durham Directory, 1876) BURLISON, Clement, of Durham, artist died 4 February 1899 (Durham Directory, 1960) BURN, William, of Elvet Bridge, chemist died 19 July 1897 (Durham Directory, 1898) BURNETT, Miss Edith Mary, daughter of Cuthbert Burnett, manager of the Grange Ironworks died 5 March 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 BURNETT, William, of Gilesgate, watchmaker died 14 November 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) BURRELL, ex-superintendent of police for the county division of Durham and subsequently landlord of the Colliery Inn, Brandon died 20 August 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) BURRELL, John, proctor of Durham Consistory Court died 31 January 1861 (Durham Directory, 1862) BURRELL, Robert, formerly registrar to the Archdeacon of Northumberland and a proctor died 28 September 1869 (Durham Directory, 1870) BURRELL, Mrs. Robert, of Owengate, 5th daughter of the late John Caldcleugh died 11 December 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 BURRELL, William, viewer, land agent and mineowner died Western Hill, Durham, 3 September 1881 (Durham Directory, 1882) BURTON, George, of North Road, formerly licensed victualler at the Bridge Inn died 22 March 1895 (Durham Directory, 1896) BURTON, Thomas, of Hylton House, North Road, formerly manager for G.H. Procter, printer and stationer died 31 March 1897 (Durham Directory, 1898) BUTTERWORTH, Rev. R.W., superintendent of the Durham Wesleyan Circuit died 12 July 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 BYGATE, Anthony, retired postmaster of Durham died 30 July 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 BYGATE, J.E., art master at Stockport Technical School; author of Durham Cathedral (son of Anthony Bygate, retired postmaster of Durham) died 15 June 1901 (Durham Directory, 1902) CADLE, Midshipman E.G (son of E.C. Cadle, Coroner for Easington Ward) died 1 January 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) CADWALLENDER, John, of Browney Colliery, prominent in the ambulance movement died 17 January 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 CAIN, Esther, of Thornley, miner's wife who died in childbirth while attended by a local druggist died (April ?) 1901 (Durham Directory, 1902) CAIRNS, Mrs., wife of Rev. E. Cairns, Primitive Methodist minister of Waddington Street, who conducted a school in Crossgate and later in Flass Street died 30 January 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) CAIRNS, Rev. J.M., B.A., late curate of St. Helen's Auckland died 10 January 1898 (Durham Directory, 1899) see M29/1 CALDCLEUGH, Alderman Charles, of Western Hill, ironmonger, deputy mayor of Durham died 2 March 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) CALDCLEUGH, Frederick, of Newcastle, architect (son of John Caldcleugh, ironmonger) died 7 April 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) CALDCLEUGH, Isobel, member of the Army Nursing Service Reserve (daughter of Thomas Caldcleugh, printer and publisher) died at Maritzburg, Natal, 11 October 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) CALDCLEUGH, John, ironmonger died c.May 1869 (Durham Directory, 1870) CALDCLEUGH, John, of Old Elvet, J.P., retired dental surgeon died 25 March 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) CALDCLEUGH, Peter (senior), merchant tailor died (1873 ?) (Durham Directory, 1874) see M29/1 CALDCLEUGH, Mrs. Thomas, of Pear Tree House, Pittington died 10 April 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 CALLAN, Matthew, landlord of the Turk's Head Inn, Kelloe died 10 January 1906 (Durham Directory, 1907) CALLINAN, Rev. Thomas, vicar of Bearpark from 1885, and previously curate of St. Margaret's, Durham died 20 July 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 CALVERT, James, retired chemist of Belper, Derbyshire (son of Jonathan Calvert of Gilesgate) died 8 August 1908 (Durham Directory, 1999) CALVERT, Thomas, journalist, one of the proprietors of the Durham Chronicle died 7 July 1869 (Durham Directory, 1870) CAMERON, Robert, M.P. for Houghton-le-Spring division from 1895; a schoolmaster in Sunderland; alderman and J.P. for Sunderland died 13 February 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 CAMPBELL, James, permanent way inspector in the N.E.R. died 2 September 1893 (Durham Directory, 1894) CAMPBELL, Councillor James, of Houghton-le-Spring, prominent member of Durham Miners' Association died 24 February 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) CAMPBELL, W., of Elvet Bridge, prominent member of the Old Elvet Wesleyan Methodists died 26 March 1888 (Durham Directory, 1889) CAMPBELL, William, blacksmith died 27 October 1889 (Durham Directory, 1896) CANDLISH, Joseph John, of Shotton Hall, chairman of United Glass Bottle-makers Ltd. died 18 November 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 CANDLISH, Robert, of Seaham Harbour, head of Londonderry Bottle-works died 12 August 1881 (Durham Directory, 1888) CANN, Mrs., mother of T.H. Cann, Treasurer of the Durham Miners Association died 14 June1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 CANTERBURY, John Bird Sumner, D.D., Archbishop of died 6 September 1862 (Durham Directory, 1863) CANTERBURY, Thomas Longley, D.D., Archbishop of, formerly Bishop of Durham died 27 October 1868 (Durham Directory, 1869) CARLTON, C.M., of Co-operative Terrace, antiquary; author of The Durham Charities, etc. died 19 January 1892 (Durham Directory, 1893) CARNES, John, surgeon, of Coxhoe died 23 April 1869 (Durham Directory, 1870) CARR, Cuthbert Ellison of Leazes House, land agent, of Newcastle died 14 June 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 CARR, Mrs., of Leazes House (widow of the late councillor C. Ellison Carr of Newcastle) died 31 March 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 CARR, Rev. Cuthbert John, rector of Witton Gilbert for thirty-five years died 30 October 1888 (Durham Directory, 1889) CARR, George, of Framwelgate, businessman; churchwarden at St. Cuthbert's died 11 October 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) CARR, George, joiner employed by the N.E.R.; Wesleyan Methodist local preacher died 18 October 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) CARR, Rev. James, master of Sherburn Hospital and hon. canon of Durham died 29 March 1874 (Durham Directory, 1875) see M29/1 CARR, John, landlord of the Tailors Arms, Saddler Street died 11 May 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 CARR, John Rodham, LL.D., barrister, of Carr Stones, Wolsingham died 4 September 1887 (Durham Directory, 1888) CARR, Robert, of Framwelgate Moor, groundsman of Durham City Football Club died 28 February 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) CARTER, John, of Chapel Passage, freemason died 18 March 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) CARTLEDGE, Rev. C.A., vicar of Bishop Middleham died 16 March 1892 (Durham Directory, 1893) CARTWRIGHT, Rev. John, M.A., of Old Elvet, formerly a minor canon of Durham and perpetual curate of Witton Gilbert; published translations from the classics died 16 December 1879 (Durham Directory, 1881) CARVER, A.W., mathematics master at Durham School died 13 April 1866 (Durham Directory, 1867) CATLING, George, lodger, in Claypath; committed suicide after shooting his landlady died 2 December 1899 (Durham Directory, 1900) CHAMBERS, Arnold Gray (son of Micah Chambers of Caselaw) died 12 April 1902 (Durham Directory, 1903) CHAMBERS, James, councillor of Durham City died 30 January 1867 (Durham Directory, 1868) CHAPELOW, Samuel Percy, of Saddler Street, employee in the telephone service died 18 March 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 CHAPMAN, Mrs. C., wife of C. Chapman, solicitor, and daughter of John Lidster of Pimlico died 26 December 1897 (Durham Directory, 1898) CHAPMAN, Edwin Francis Brewster (youngest son of Charles Chapman, solicitor) died 12 September 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) CHAPMAN, Mrs., of North Road, confectioner died 11 March 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 CHAPMAN, James, inland revenue officer in Durham for over twenty-nine years died 18 November 1892 (Durham Directory, 1893), CHAPMAN, J.B., of Percy House, Neville's Cross, J.P., grocer and Italian warehouseman (Chapman & Son, Market Place) died 13 October 1888 (Durham Directory, 1889) CHAPMAN, P. Harry, of Moorhouse, Leamside, member of the firm of T.E. Chapman & Sons, brewers and wine merchants of Sunderland; sportsman died 29 May 1894 (Durham Directory, 1895) CHARLTON, Thomas (son of the late landlord of the Kings Arms Inn, Claypath) died 14 March 1904 (suicide) (Durham Directory, 1905) CHAYTOR, Rev. Henry, rector of Croxdale for many years died 25 February 1873 (Durham Directory, 1874) see M29/1 CHAYTOR, Matthew Hutton, formerly chairman of the Alliance Bank and, since 1871, chairman of the National Discount Co. died 21 July 1882 (Durham Directory, 1883) CHAYTOR, Sir William, of Croft died 25 April 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 CHAYTOR, William Charles, registrar to the Dean and Chapter of Durham died 1 July 1858 (Durham Directory, 1859) CHAYTOR, Sir William Richard Carter, of Witton Castle, Durham, 2nd bart. died 9 February 1871 (Durham Directory, 1872) CHEESE, Rev. Edward, rector of Haughton le-Skerne, Darlington died 18 July 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) CHESTER, Right Rev. Dr. John Graham, bishop of died 15 June 1865 (Durham Directory, 1866) CHEVALLIER, Rev. Charles Clinton, M.A., vicar of Heighington died 5 April 1884 (Durham Directory, 1885) CHEVALLIER, Rev. Temple, formerly professor of mathematics and astronomy in Durham University died 2 November 1873 (Durham Directory, 1874) see M29/1 CHILTON, Thomas, of Gilesgate, fruit merchant, formerly a shoemaker died 20 August, 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) CHISMAN, John, iron founder in Durham died 4 April 1887 (Durham Directory, 1888) CHISMAN, John, of 33 Church Street, whitesmith; oarsman and secretary of Durham Regatta for forty-two years died 26 May 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 CHRISTON, William of Willington, ex-police sergeant of Durham Constabulary died 16 April 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 CLAMP, Thomas, of South Street,registrar of births, marriages and deaths, 1837 - 1862 died 7 February 1870 (Durham Directory, 1871) CLAMP, Thomas, of South Street, registrar of marriages for Durham District for thirty-five years died 16 February 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) CLARK, Benjamin, of Gilesgate, builder died 4 November 1899 (Durham Directory, 1900) CLARK, Jane, pastry cook of Saddler Street died 19 April 1877 (Durham Directory, 1878), CLARK, Matthew, of Durham, joiner, secretary to the Durham Joiners' Society for twenty-five years; the oldest freeman in Durham died 24 January 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) CLARK, Thomas, of Hallgarth Street, sexton of St. Oswalds Church for many years died 25 August 1883 (Durham Directory, 1884) CLARKSON, Deaconess, lady missioner at Durham for seventeen years died 12 August 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) CLAVERING, Sir William Aloysius, bart., of Axwell Park, County Durham died 9 October 1872 (Durham Directory, 1873) see M29/1 CLEASBY, R.H., of Broomside House, farmer; formerly secretary to the Durham County Agricultural Society died 10 November 1901 (Durham Directory, 1902) CLEMENT, Thomas, of Gilesgate Moor, tailor; prominent in local cricket died 11 July 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) CLEVELAND, Harry George Vane, 4th Duke of died 21 August 1891 (Durham Directory, 1892) CLEVELAND, Henry, 2nd Duke of died Raby Castle, 18 January 1864 (Durham Directory, 1865) CLEVELAND, William John Frederick Vane-Powlett, 3rd Duke of died Raby Castle, 6 September 1864 (Durham Directory, 1865) CLEVELAND, Catherine Lucy Wilhelmina, Duchess of died 8 May 1901 (Durham Directory, 1902) CLOUGH, R., senior, of Rose Tree House, Neville's Cross, colliery engineer died 30 October 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 COCKERILL, John, of Hamsteels New Inn, Quebec, sportsman; formerly in Durham County Police died 18 June 1894 (Durham Directory, 1895) COCKS, John, of Hallgarth Street, colour-sergeant in the 37th Regiment; later joined the 2nd North Durham Militia and then became drill instructor at Durham School died 26 January 1887 (Durham Directory, 1888) COLDWELL, James, surveyor to Durham Corporation for twenty years died 22 June 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) COLE, George, of Roker, formerly night stationmaster at Durham died 24 June 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) COLE, Captain George Ward, R.N., pioneer of Victoria, Australia died 26 April 1879 (Durham Directory, 1880) COLE, Robert of Gilesgate, cashier of the City Brewery, Durham, and secretary of the Shincliffe and North Durham Races died 26 December 1902 (Durham Directory, 1903) COLLINGWOOD, Rev. C.E.S., rector of Southwick near Sunderland died c.1 January 1898 (Durham Directory, 1899) see M29/1 COLLINS, Henry, retired pitman known as 'The Royal Pitman' died 18 May 1998 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 COLLINSON, Rev. John, rector of Boldon died 24 February 1857 (Durham Directory, 1858) COLLINSON, Simpson, of Gilesgate, J.P., retired draper; prominent Wesleyan Methodist died 27 June 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 COLLINSON, Mrs., of Gilesgate, wife of Mr. S. Collinson, J.P., and daughter of Rev. T. Pugh died 8 June 1901 (Durham Directory, 1902) COLLINSON, John Henry, of Gilesgate, borough surveyor died 11 October 1872 (Durham Directory, 1873) see M29/1 COLLINSON, T.J., of Church Street, draper died 29 October 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) COLPITTS, John, of Hylton House, North Road, formerly a coach driver; later innkeeper, brewer and owner of several licensed houses in Durham died 16 November 1891 (Durham Directory, 1892) COMMON, William James, of North Road, employed in Backhouse's Bank died 20 September 1882 (Durham Directory, 1883) CONNOR, Rev. William, vicar of Cassop-cum-Quarrington died 11 January 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 CONSITT, Right Rev. Monsignor Edward, Vicar-Capitular of the R.C. Diocese of Hexham and Newcastle and in charge of St. Cuthbert's Church in Old Elvet died 21 July 1887 (Durham Directory, 1888) COOKE, George, of the firm of Messrs. G. & A. Cooke of Stockton, Hartlepool and Durham, drapers died 30 September 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) COOKE, John, surveyor to Willington Council died 1 November 1902 (Durham Directory, 1903) COOKE, Lane, of the firm Cooke Brothers, paper merchants, Silver Street died 19 June 1873 (Durham Directory, 1874) see M29/1 COOKE, Matthew, formerly carried on stationery and printing business in Silver Street died 7 May 1904 (Durham Directory, 1905) COOKE, William, M.D., F.R.C.S., formerly of Durham City died 21 March 1857, at East Tytherley, Hants. (Durham Directory, 1858) COOKE, Sir William Fothergill, electrician responsible for establishment of the first telegraph line in England died 1879 (Durham Directory, 1880) COOKSON, John, of Whitehill, Chester-le-Street died 24 January 1857 (Durham Directory, 1858) COPELAND, Rev. George Dale, vicar of Pudsey and formerly rector of Rainton died 2 October 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) COPEMAN, Rev. Frederick John, M.A., classical tutor at Durham University died 31 May 1880 (Durham Directory, 1881) CORBETT, Mrs., wife of V.C.S.W. Corbett, J.P., of Chilton Moor, agent to the Marquis of Londonderry died 13 Sptember 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 CORBISHLEY, Monsignor, president of Ushaw College died 25 March 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 CORNWELL, William, of Durham, butcher died July 1869 (Durham Directory, 1870) COULSON, R.C., of Alexandria Crescent, retired farmer; farmed at Burnigill died 22 May 1906 (Durham Directory, 1907) COULSON, William, of Western Hill, mining engineer died 12 June 1865 (Durham Directory, 1866) COULSON, William, formerly of Shamrock House and Pimlico, mining engineer died 24 January 1894 (Durham Directory, 1895) COULSTON, Dr. Gabriel, professor at Ushaw College died 17 May 1915, aged about 87 (Durham Directory, 1916) COWARD, Edward, chemist and musician died at Western Hill, Durham, 8 May 1873 (Durham Directory, 1874) see M29/1 COWARD, George, junior, of the firm Coward and Sons, paper merchants, Claypath died 17 August 1875 (Durham Directory, 1876) COWARD, George, of Durham died 25 December 1877 (Durham Directory, 1879) COWE, Robert G., architect of Chester-le-Street died 16 July 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 COWEN, Joseph, of Stella Hall, Newcastle, formerly Radical M.P. for Newcastle and proprietor of the Newcastle Chronicle died 18 February 1909 (Durham Directory, 1901) COWlE, Hugh, Q.C., chancellor of the diocese of Durham from 1876 died 21 July 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) COWX, Henry Flax, surveyor in-chief to the Weardale Company died 11 July 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 COXE, Ven. Richard Charles, vicar of Eglingham and archdeacon of Lindisfarne died 25 August 1865 (Durham Directory, 1866) COXON, George, of North Road, plasterer and sculptor died 8 November 1883 (Durham Directory, 1884) COXON, Ralph, of the Avenue, colliery manager and later proptietor of the Claypath Gates, public house died 13 October 1891 (Durham Directory, 1892) COXON, Thomas, of South Street, tailor died 3 December 1885 (Durham Directory, 1886) COXON, W., of Alergate, draper; prominent freemason (son of George Coxon of South Street, tailor) died 14 March 1896 (Durham Directory, 1897) see M29/1 CRAGGS, Thomas, clerk of race courses at Stockton, Newcastle, Durham and elsewhere died 27 December 1885 (Durham Directory, 1887) CRAIG, John, of Atherton Street East, bailiff at Durham County Court; prominent in Durham Co-operative Society died 7 July 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) CRAIG, Mrs., wife of John Craig, president of Durham Co-operative Society, of Atherton Street East died 13 July 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 CRANMER, William Thomas, of Silver Street, confectioner died 20 January 1892 (Durham Directory, 1893) CRAWFORD, John, of Lumley Park, farmer and prominent member of Chester-le-Street U.D.C. died 20 October 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) CRAWFORD, Thomas, colliery viewer and proprietor died Church Street, 25 September 1363 (Durham Directory, 1864) CRAWFORD Thomas of Littletown, mining manager and coal-owner; chairman of Durham Board of Guardians died 26 September 1887 (Durham Directory, 1888) CRAWFORD, William, M.P. for Mid-Durham; formerly secretary of Northumberland Miners' Association and first secretary of the Durham Miners Association died 1 July 1890 (Durham Directory, 1891) CRAWHALL, Fanny, of South Bailey, eldest surviving daughter of Joseph Crawhall of Stagshaw Close House, Corbridge died 12 November 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) CRAWHALL, G.E., formerly of North Bailey but later of 33 Eldon Street, Newcastle died 4 June 1909 (but entry is under 16 July) (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 CRESSWELL, A.J.B., of Cresswell Hall, Morpeth died 5 May 1879 (Durham Directory, 1880) CRICHTON, Thomas, draper; late of Claypath died 13 April 1887 (Durham Directory, 1888) CROFT, William, proprietor of Croft's Cafe in Saddler Street died 19 January 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) CROFTON, George, of Kimblesworth, farmer died 13 April 1881 (Durham Directory, 1882) CROFTON, John George, of Esh Villa, Esh Winning, mining engineer; manager of Deerness Collieries for many years died 11 August 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 CROISDALE, Rev. J., formerly vicar of East Rainton died 10 September 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 CROSKELL, Rev. T., procurator at Ushaw College for many years died at Lancaster, 26 December 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) CROSSLEY, John, student at Bede College (son of Robert Crossley, miner, of Morpeth) died 11 June 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 CROSSMAN, Rev. Thomas, vicar of Belmont died 3 February 1879 (Durham Directory, 1880) CROW, A.T., J.P., of Sunderland, auctioneer died 25 June 1895 (Durham Directory, 1896) CROW, A.T., of Sunderland, solicitor (son of the late A.T. Crow, auctioneer) died 23 August 1903 (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 CROW, A.V., of Sunderland Electrical Power Station died 7 December 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) CROW, Robert, of 10 Kepier Terrace, skilled penman died 28 August 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) CROZIER, William, M.Inst.C.E., formerly engineer, surveyor and architect to the County of Durham for thirty years; retired in 1888 died at Scarborough, 12 May 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) CRUDDAS, John of Elvet Bridge, silversmith and watchmaker died 21 May 1870 (Durham Directory, 1871) CUNDILL, Rev. John, D.D., incumbent of St. Margaret's, for forty-seven years; the first student of Durham University died 14 September 1894 (Durham Directory, 1895) CURRY, Margaret, of Framwelgate, wife of Patrick Thomas Curry, an ex-soldier died 7 May 1905 (suicide) (Durham Directory, 1906) CUTHBERTSON, Joseph, school master, of Chester-le-Street and a prominent volunteer in the V.B.D.L.I. died 11 May 1903 (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 DALE, Lady Alice Frederica, of West Lodge, Darlington; 2nd wife of Sir David Dale; prominent in public work died 24 November 1902 (Durham Directory, 1903) DALE, Sir David, of West Lodge, Darlington, bart. died 28 April 1906 (Durham Directory, 1907) DALE, James, of Brancepeth, head gardener to Lord Boyne, and naturalist died 1 April 1882 (Durham Directory, 1883) DALRYMPLE, Mrs. Mary Eleanor (widow of T. Dalrymple of Stranraer) died 9 January 1907, aged 92 (Durham Directory, 1908) DANIEL, George S., of Colpitts Hotel (son of Mr. Daniel, gardener, of John Street) died 4 December 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 DARLING, Frank, electrician at Sacriston Colliery (son of William Darling, farmer) died 3 September 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 DARLING, William, farmer died High Burntoff near Wolviston, 30 January 1866 (Durham Directory, 1867) DARNELL, Rev. William, forty-one years vicar of Bamburgh died 9 March 1885 (Durham Directory, 1886) DARNELL, Mrs. (widow of Rev. William Darnell [q.v.]) died 8 August 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 DARNELL, Rev. W.N., rector of Stanhope died 19 June 1865 (Durham Directory, 1866) DAVIES, Rev. J., D.D., rector of Gateshead died 21 October 1861 (Durham Directory, 1862) DAVIS, Alfred Edward, of Wood View House, Shincliffe, chief clerk at Durham Probate Office; native of Worcester and formerly worked in the Probate Office there died 17 May 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) DAVIS, James, organ builder died 21 April 1891 (Durham Directory, 1892) DAVIS, William, of Gilesgate, salesman at Hendersons Carpet Factory; assistant overseer for the parish of St. Mary-the-Less and parish clerk died 29 January 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) DAVISON, Anne Caroline (widow of Joseph Davison, formerly of Greencroft Park) died 13 September 1879 (Durham Directory, 1880) DAVISON, Rev. Charles (brother of J.R. Davison [q.v.]) died 25 August 1871 (Durham Directory, 1872) DAVISON, Rev. E., incumbent of St. Nicholas', 1822 - 1856 died 22 May 1863 (Durham Directory, 1864) DAVISON, John, of North Road, upholsterer and furniture dealer; prominent in the volunteer movement died 1 December 1894 (Durham Directory, 1896) DAVISON, John, landlord of the Free Gardeners Arms Inn, Fence Houses; keen sportsman and bird fancier died 15 March 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) DAVISON, John Robert, M.P. for Durham and Judge Advocate General died 15 April 1871 (Durham Directory, 1872) DAVISON, Joseph, of Greencroft Hall, Lanchester, registrar of Diocese of Durham for nearly forty years died 13 December 1868 (Durham Directory, 1869) DAVISON Robert, of Coquet House, Meadowfield, retired colliery engineer died 8 March 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 DAVISON, W.F., of Shiney Row, employee of Lambton and Hetton Collieries; prominent United Methodist died 12 May 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) DAVISON, W.P., of Mowbray Street, school attendance officer to Brandon U.D.C died 13 October 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) DAWSON, Charles, of Claypath, painter and decorator; councillor died 14 October 1888 (Durham Directory, 1889) DAWSON, Mrs., wife of C.F. Dawson painter and decorator, of 4 Pelaw Terrace died 13 November 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) DAWSON, Herbert Arthur, 2nd engineer on S.S. Niger died 16 May 1865 (Durham Directory, 1886) DAY, Edward, of Western Hill, an original member and trustee of the Freehold Land Society which laid out Western Hill died 15 August 1871 (Durham Directory, 1872) DEAN, Matthew, of Old Elvet, worsted manufacturer died 4 August 1880 (Durham Directory, 1844) DEAN, Matthew, worsted manufacturer of Croxdale died 8 September 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) DEIGHTON,William, long distance walker died in Claypath, 17 November 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 DENNIS, William, caretaker of the Oddfellows Hall, Claypath, Durham; formerly a compositor; Wesleyan Methodist local preacher died 16 January 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) DENNISON, William E., maltster, of Crossgate died 16 August 1871 (Durham Directory, 1872) DE PLEDGE, Col. Harold George, of 19th Hussars (third son of the late Revd. J.P. de Pledge, vicar of Satley) died 2 January 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 DE PLEDGE, Rev. Joseph, J.P., vicar of Satley from 1867 died 9 February 1891 (Durham Directory, 1892) DERBYSHIRE, Thomas, landlord of the New Inn, Durham; sergeant in the 12th Royal Lancers; also served for a time in Durham County Constabulary died 30 April 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) DERMONT, William, caterer, steward of the County Club died 7 April 1896 (Durham Directory, 1897) see M29/1 DIAMOND, E.H., of Western Hill, journalist died 10 May 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 DICKENS, Charles died 9 June 1870 (description of funeral) (Durham Directory, 1871) DICKINSON, Robert, of Shotley House, Shotley Bridge, coal owner and colliery proprietor died 9 September 1884 (Durham Directory, 1885) DICKINSON, Robert, of Chester-le-Street, clerk to the Guardians at Chester-le-Street for thirty-six years died 20 September 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 DICKONS, J.R., printer, stationer and bookseller in Durham died 7 June 1875 (Durham Directory, 1879) DINGLE, Rev. John, vicar of Lanchester from 1855 died 12 March 1885 (Durham Directory, 1886) DIXON, John, civil engineer of Belle Vue, Darlington; chief engineer on the Stockton and Darlington Railway died 10 October 1865 (Durham Directory, 1866) DIXON, Ralph, of Claypath died 23 March 1858 (Durham Directory, 1859) DIXON, R.B., butcher of Saddler Street, died 26 January 1902 (Durham Directory, 1903) DIXON-JOHNSON, Cuthbert Greenwell, J.P., of Oakwood, Croft died 17 February 1899 (Durham Directory, 1900) DIXON-JOHNSON, Major Francis, of Aykley Heads died 13 October 1881 (Durham Directory, 1882) DIXON-JOHNSON, Francis, of Aykley Heads, barrister; governor of many local institutions and charities died 19 November 1893 (Durham Directory, 1894) DOBSON, Robert Hunter, of Crossgate, draper and hosier; active and prominent Primitive Methodist died 20 October 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) DOBSON, T.C., of Newbottle, colliery worker died 11 March 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) DODD, Edward, clerk and storekeeper of Durham County Prisons (formerly warder and schoolmaster in the prison service) died 26 October 1869 (Durham Directory, 1870) DODD, Edward, of Waddington Street, painter and decorator, and market master for thirty-eight years died 4 May 1904 (Durham Directory, 1905) DODD, Ernest, tailor's cutter (second son of John Dodd of Allergate) died 17 September 1904 (Durham Directory, 1905) DODD, John, of Allergate, assistant to the town clerks of Durham for about forty years (son of Edward Dodd, storekeeper at Durham prison) died 19 July 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) DODD, Rev. T.F., vicar of St. Cuthbert's from 1894; bursar and chaplain of University College, 1870 - 1873 died 3 July 1903 (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 DODD, Wilson, retired chief warder of Pentonville Prison (son of Edward Dodd, clerk and storekeeper at Durham Prison) died 18 August 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) DODDS, Rev. Joseph Richardson, curate at Sunderland died 10 January 1879 (Durham Directory, 1880) DODDS, Robert, miller, of Wallnook Mill, Langley Park died 14 January 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 DONKIN, George, tobacconist in the Market Place died 13 August 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 DONKIN, William, of Western Hill, tobacconist and freemason died 2 May 1892 (Durham Directory, 1893) DONKIN, Mrs., of Western Hill, Durham (widow of William Donkin, tobacconist) died 23 October 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 DONNAHEY, James, of Framwelgate, innkeeper and later provision dealer died 6 July 1893 (Durham Directory, 1894) DONNAHEY, Mrs. (widow of James Donnahey, of Laburnum Avenue, Durham; prominent presbyterian) died 26 September 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 DOUGLAS, Rev. Canon Henry, prebendary of Durham Cathedral died 15 July 1859 (Durham Directory, 1860) DOUTHWAITE, Anthony, of Allergate died 26 December 1881 (Durham Directory, 1883) DOVER, George, manager of the Co-operative Soap manufactory in Gilesgate, and later general secretary of the Durham Colliery Mechanics' Association died 2 May 1881 (Durham Directory, 1882) DOWDELL, Arthur, sanitary inspector to Spennymoor U.D.C. for ten years; formerly a miner prominent in the Durham Miners' Association died 7 July 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) DOWSON, James, alias James Smith, of Allergate, a staunch Liberal all his life died 12 November 1897 (Durham Directory, 1898) DRUMMOND, Col. George, of the Coldstream Guards died in Durham, 17 November 1856 (Durham Directory, 1857) DRUMMOND, Rev. A., retired Primitive Methodist minister died 20 February 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) DRYDEN, John, of Claypath, formerly a joiner; later a jobbing gardener; cathedral beadsman died 12 December 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) DRYDEN, Robert, of Claypath, foreman for Messrs. Robinson, cabinet-makers in New Elvet; also an innkeeper and rent collector died 18 August 1892 (Durham Directory, 1893) DUFFY, George, of Elvet, formerly employed at Henderson's carpet factory and latterly by Durham Corporation; member of the Old Durham 7th Volunteers died 3 May 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 DUGARD, Rev. George, M.A., incumbent of Barnard Castle died 13 July 1865 (Durham Directory, 1866) DUGGAN, Rev. Motherwell, vicar of Cornforth for nearly twenty years died 20 June 1881 (Durham Directory, 1882) DUNCAN, Colonel Francis, C.B., Royal Artillery, M.P. for Holborn division of Finsbury, (contested Durham City in 1874 and Morpeth earlier the same year) died 16 November 1888 (Durham Directory, 1889) DUNCAN, William, editor of the Durham Chronicle for many years died Sunderland, 3 January 1904 (Durham Directory, 1905) DUNCOMBE SHAFTO, Catherine (widow of Robert, of Whitworth Park) died 19 March 1872 (aged 105) (Durham Directory, 1873) see M29/1 DUNGANNON, Arthur Hill Trevor, Viscount, M.P. Durham City, 1831, 1835 - 1841 died 11 August 1862 (Durham Directory, 1863) DUNN, F., of Langley Moor, retired master coke burner; prominent co-operator died 13 December 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 DUNN, Hugh, town clerk of Darlington died 23 July 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) DUNN, John, of Victoria Terrace, Western Hill, auditor to the Hetton Colliery Co. died 11 May 1890 (Durham Directory, 1891) DUNN, Thomas, of Ellerslie House, Bishop Auckland, district inspector of weights and measures; previously a schoolmaster at Lanchester; prominent freemason died 16 February 1896 (Durham Directory, 1897) see M29/1 DUNN, William, of Darlington, late deputy Chief Constable in the Durham County Police died 10 December 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) DURHAM, Beatrice Frances, Countess of died 21 January 1871 (Durham Directory, 1872) DURHAM, Charles Baring, bishop of, 1861 - 1879 died 13 September 1879 (Durham Directory, 1880) DURHAM, Joseph Barber Lightfoot, bishop of, 1879 - 1889 died 21 December 1889 (Durham Directory, 1891) DURHAM, Edward Maltby, bishop of, 1836 - 1856 died 3 July 1859 (Durham Directory, 1860) DURHAM, Brook Foss Westcott, bishop of, 1890 - 1901 died 27 July 1901 (Durham Directory, 1902) DYKES, Rev. Dr., vicar of St. Oswald's, Durham died 22 January 1876 (Durham Directory, 1877) DYSON, George, of Hurworth, Darlington, formerly colliery manager at Bearpark; also had extensive interests in iron and chemical works died 10 May 1891 (Durham Directory, 1892) EADE, Canon John Davie, of Durham Cathedral died 6 June 1881 (Durham Directory, 1882) EADE, Rev. William, M.A, rector of Wolviston died 26 October 1885 (Durham Directory, 1886) EARL, Edward, of Pelaw View, nursery gardener died 18 January 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) EARL, Jane, of Pelaw View, caterer, with a confectionery and game business in Saddler Street died 7 September 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) EARLE William Elliot, of Queen Street, proprietor of the 'Church Depot' in Saddler Street died 7 January 1892 (Durham Directory, 1893) EDEN, John, of Beamish Park, J.P. died 4 April 1885 (Durham Directory, 1886) EDEN, Lieut. John (eldest son of Sir William Eden, killed in action) died c.20 October 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) EDEN, Rev. John Patrick, rector of Sedgefield and hon. canon of Durham Cathedral died 5 May 1885 (Durham Directory, 1886) EDEN, Sir William, 4th bart. died 21 October 1873 (Durham Directory, 1874) see M29/1 EDEN, Sir William, 5th bart., soldier, sportsman, artist died 20 February 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) EDGE, Mrs. Gorton, of Leybourne Villa, the Peth (wife of the superintendent minister of Durham Wesleyan Circuit) died 2 June 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) EDWARDS, Rev. Canon J., professor of Greek and Classical Literature in the University of Durham died 1 April 1862 (Durham Directory, 1863) EDWARDS, R.D., late manager of the Durham branch of the National Provincial Banking Co. died 25 November 1891 (Durham Directory, 1892) ELDER, Dr. died Charterhouse, 6 April 1858 (Durham Directory, 1859) ELLAM, Rev. G.S., vicar of Satley and formerly curate of St. Margaret's died 13 May 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) ELLIOT, Mrs., wife of Hon, A.R.D. Elliot, for many years M.P. for Durham City died 1 January 1906 (Durham Directory, 1907) ELLIOT, Sir Charles, of Sydmonton Court, Newbury died 15 January 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 ELLIOT, Sir George, bart., 'self-made man', coal-owner, land surveyor, wire-rope manufacturer died 23 December 1893 (Durham Directory, 1895) ELLIOT, Lady, wife of Sir George Elliot, bart. died 14 December 1880 (Durham Directory, 1882) ELLIOT, John Fogg, J.P., director of N.E.R.; prominent in local charities died at Elvet Hill, 11 February 1881 (Durham Directory, 1882) ELLIS, Captain Henry James died Hallgarth Street, 15 October 1863 (Durham Directory, 1864) ELLIS, Captain H.T., R.N., writer, lecturer and traveller died 25 March 1879 (Durham Directory, 1880) ELLISON, Councillor Joseph, grocer and later publican in Durham; councillor for South Ward from 1884 died 24 February 1896 (Durham Directory, 1897) see M29/1 ELWEN, Thomas Lee, manager of Brandon Collieries, and prominent in public life died 16 October 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 EMMERSON, William, agriculturalist died North Road, 16 November 1867 (Durham Directory, 1868) EMMOTT, Charles, 19 North Bailey, largely interested in North Country commercial undertakings died 18 February 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 ENGLISH, Edmund, of Sherburn Hall Farm, farmer and stock-breeder died 27 March 1906 (Durham Directory, 1907) ESTELL, Elizabeth Alice, wife of Jacob Estell, miner, of West Rainton died 18 May 1913 (suicide) (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 EVANS, Mrs., wife of the Revd. E. Evans, Primitive Methodist minister, of 45 Western Hill died 9 January 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) EVANS, Rev. Canon, professor of Greek in Durham University for twenty-three years died 15 May 1889 (Durham Directory, 1890) EXETER, Right Rev. Henry Phillpotts, bishop of died 18 September 1869 (Durham Directory, 1870) FABER, Very Rev. Frederic William, D.D., Superior of the Oratory, Brompton died 29 September 1863 (Durham Directory, 1864) FAIRLESS, Thomas S., of Alexandria Crescent, insurance agent; active in public affairs died 3 December 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) FALCONER, Rev. Canon, rector of Sedgefield for nineteen years died 20 October 1903 (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 FARRAR, Rev. A.S., D.D., professor of Divinity, at Durham from 1864 and canon residentiary from 1878 died 11 June 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) FARRAR, Mrs., of the College, Durham (widow of Canon Farrar) died 3A Sept mber 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) FARRER, James, J.P., D.L., of Ingleborough, Yorkshire; M.P. for South Durham 1847 - 1857, 1859 - 1865 died 13 June 1879 (Durham Directory, 1880) FARROW, George, of Elvet Bridge, veterinary surgeon died 23 Apri1 1892 (Durham Directory, 1893) FARROW, George, of Old Elvet, veterinary surgeon died 22 August 1897 (Durham Directory, 1898) FARTHING, John, of 51 North Road, formerly an auctioneer, later carried on a photographic business in Spennymoor and, lastly, was manager of the Durham branch of the Hartlepools Laundry died 12 February 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) FAVELL, John Milnes, of Eighton Cottage, Eighton Banks, coroner for Chester Ward from 1843 for twenty-one years died 24 December 1882 (Durham Directory, 1884) FAWCETT, Christopher John Foyle, the oldest representative of a famous and wealthy family; barrister and greyhound owner died 24 October 1904 (Durham Directory, 1905) FAWCETT, John, of North Bailey, J.P.; the entry includes details of other members of the Fawcett family died 21 October 1882 (Durham Directory, 1883) FENNY, Samuel, of Wood View Terrace, Shincliffe, councillor for St. Nicholas Ward, Durham; mayor in 1902; shopkeeper in Durham died 11 September 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) FENWICK, Dr. John Ralph, of North Bailey died 11 January 1855 (Durham Directory, 1856) FENWICK, Robert died Bishopwearmouth, 15 May 1862 (Durham Directory, 1863) FERENS, Rev. Alfred Robinson, vicar of North Molton, Devon (3rd son of the late W.H. Ferens of Durham) died 2 January 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) FERENS, Arthur, veterinary surgeon in Sunderland (son of the late Alderman Joseph Ferens) died 1 April 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 FERENS, Alderman Joseph, J.P., of Gilesgate, draper died 5 December 1885 (Durham Directory, 1886) FERENS, Robinson, J.P., of Oswald House near Durham, colliery manager died 10 April 1892 (Durham Directory, 1893) FERENS, William Henry died in Claypath, 18 March 1881 (Durham Directory, 1882) FERGUSON, Richard, of Almner Villa, retired tradesman died 21 July 1889 (Durham Directory, 1890) FINNIGAN, Frederick, journalist on staff of Durham County Advertiser died 9 February 1888 (Durham Directory, 1889) FINNIGAN, T.E., superintendent registrar of births and deaths, Old Elvet died 19 November, 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 FISH, John, master of the Boys' Blue Coat School, ,1855 - 1900 died 17 August 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 FISHER, Emily, wife of Rev. G. Fisher, rector of Ousby, Cumberland died 3 April 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) FISK, William, of Pittington, prominent Wesleyan Methodist died 26 April 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 FITZROY, Rear Admiral, of the Meteorological Department of the Board of Trade; M.P. for Durham City 1841 - 1843 died 30 April 1865 (Durham Directory, 1866) FLACK, Sergeant-Major, formerly drill instructor to the old 7th Durham Volunteers died 17 December 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 FLAWITH, J.B., manager of the Castle Hotel, and formerly a mineral water manufacturer died 7 June 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 FLEMING, Mrs, of Belmont, widow murdered, 20 June 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) FLEMING, Rev. Henry, Primitive Methodist minister in Essex (son of a miner of Willington) died 29 August 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 FLEMING, Horace, school-teacher who emigrated to W. Australia (son of J.W. Fleming of Ivy House, Tudhoe) died 16 October 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) FLEMING, Hon. James, Q.C., temporal chancellor of Durham died 23 July 1887 (Durham Directory, 1888) FLEMING, William, agent for Marmaduke Salvin died at Tudhoe, 7 March 1873 (Durham Directory, 1874) see M29/1 FLETCHER, Thomas, of New Elvet, upholsterer; partner in the firm of Ruddock and Fletcher; prominent Wesleyan Methodist died 30 September 1891 (Durham Directory, 1892) FLYNN, P., of Gilesgate, School Attendance Officer; prominent Oddfellow died 19 July 1889 (Durham Directory, 1890) FOGG-ELLIOTT, Mrs., (widow of John Fogg-Elliott [died 1881], formerly wife of Alan Hutchinson of Durham) died 17 August 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 FOLKARD, F., solicitor in Durham died 11 March 1875 (Durham Directory, 1876) FORD, Rev. Charles Henry, vicar of Bishopton from 1858 died 16 January 1888 (Durham Directory, 1889) FORMAN, J.F., of May Street, employee of Messrs. Gradon, builders, of Durham for forty-seven years; prominent Roman Catholic died 24 November 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) FORMAN, John, of Mowbray Street, president of Durham Miners' Association for twenty-six years died 1 September 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) FORSTER, Anthony, of Lambton Street, builder died 9 June 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 FORSTER, C.F, of Southhill near Chester-le-Street, one of the principals in the firm of Forster, Blackett, Wilson & Co., lead manufacturers, Hebburn died 21 October 1904 (Durham Directory, 1905) FORSTER, George, ironmonger, of Market Place; member of the City Council; J.P. died 4 July 1892 (Durham Directory, 1893) FORSTER, Mrs. George, of 212 Gilesgate (widow of the late Councillor Forster) died 21 January 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 FORSTER, Councillor John, of Tenter House, North Road, builder; mayor in 1868 died 19 September 1870 (Durham Directory, 1871) FORSTER, John, chairman of the South Hetton Coal Co. died 7 January 1878 (Durham Directory, 1879) FORSTER, John, of Western Hill, assistant inspector of schools died 25 September 1887 (Durham Directory, 1888) FORSTER, John Henry, alderman of Durham City died 23 January 1867 (Durham Directory, 1868) FORSTER, Miss Maria Isabella, poetess (daughter of Percival Forster of Shotton [q.v.]) died 25 April 1867 (Durham Directory, 1868) FORSTER, Percival, senior, banker, land-agent, receiver for Bishop of Durham, formerly of Old Elvet died at Shotton Hall, 29 March 1867 (Durham Directory, 1868) FORSTER, Percival, solicitor died 27 October 1874 (Durham Directory, 1875) see M29/1 FORSTER, Percival William, of Old Elvet, land-agent, frequent contributor to the local press died 25 November 1871 (Durham Directory, 1872) FORSTER, Richard, of Shincliffe Hall, mining engineer at South Hetton, Murton and other collieries died 19 July 1890 (Durham Directory, 1891) FORSTER, Robert, retired clerk of H.M. Prison died 29 December 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) FORSTER, Councillor Thomas Creighton, brewer and spirit merchant of New Elvet died 11 July 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) FORTH, Elizabeth Ann, of Gilesgate died 23 October 1899 (Durham Directory, 1900) FORTIN, Father Phillip C., of New House R.C. Church, Waterhouses; 'the Pitman's Priest' died 25 April 1901 (Durham Directory, 1902) FOWLER, C. Hodgson, architect to the dean and chapter of Durham died 14 December 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 FOWLER, George, of Eden Cottage, Gilesgate Moor, brewer died 14 December 1892 (Durham Directory, 1894) FOWLER, George, of Alma Terrace, employed for about thirty years as a checker at Gilesgate Station died 7 September 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 FOWLER, Alderman James, J.P., of Manor House, Gilesgate, grocer; five times mayor of Durham died 24 February 1894 (Durham Directory, 1895) FOWLER, John Suggett, of Crook Hall, wholesale porter, ale, spirit and seed merchant died 18 June 1888 (Durham Directory, 1889) FOWLER, Marshall, J.P., of Preston Hall, near Stockton-on-Tees died 18 May 1878 (Durham Directory, 1879) FOWLER, Alderman Matthew, M.P. for Durham from 1892 died 13 June 1898 (Durham Directory, 1899) see M29/1 FOX, Rev. G.T., incumbent of St. Nicholas', 1856 - 1882; a leader of the evangelical party in the Church of England died 17 June 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) FOX, Rev. G.T., missionary in N. Nigeria (son of Prebendary H.E. Fox) died 12 March 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 FRANK, R., landlord of the Station Hotel, North Road died 17 February 1901 (Durham Directory, 1992) FRENCH, George, landlord of the Stags Head Inn, Waterhouses, for twenty-one years died 2 October 1901 (Durham Directory, 1902) FULLER, Joshua, of Gilesgate, bandmaster died 18 January 1898 (Durham Directory, 1899) see M29/1 FURNEIS, John, of, Garmondsway House, near Coxhoe, farm manager and land-agent died 2 August 1875 (Durham Directory, 1876) FURNEIS, Joseph, of Relly House, near Durham, farmer died 22 January 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) FURNESS, Sir Christopher, 1st baron, of Grantley Hall, shipowner and industrialist died 10 November 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 GABBETT, W.E., M.A., classical tutor in the University of Durham died 11 August 1882 in a climbing accident (Durham Directory, 1883) GANNEN, Councillor Edward, representative of the Scottish Legal Life Assurance Co.; prominent Roman Catholic died 19 April 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 GARDENER, George, of Bearpark, cashier at the colliery for many years died 4 May 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 GARDNER, William, of Neville's Cross, prominent member of the Durham County Enginemen's Association died 1 September 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) GARGETT, F.C.T., of Claypath, fancy dealer died 7 January 1904 (Durham Directory, 1905) GARGETT, Jonathan, mason employed by the Dean and Chapter of Durham died 22 September 1883 (Durham Directory, 1884) GARGETT, Thomas, of Claypath, toy and fancy dealer died 25 October 1891 (Durham Directory, 1892) GASKILL, Rev. John, vicar of Spennymoor from 1875 died 2 March 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) GIBSON, Dean, of the conference of St. Herbert (R.C. priests of Cumberland and Westmoreland) and priest in charge of Kendal for some forty-seven years died 11 January 1895 (Durham Directory, 1896) GIBSON, Mrs. Frances (widow of William Gibson; of Atherton Street) died 18 October 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 GIBSON, James, of Rose Acre, Shincliffe, retired licensed victualler and builder died 8 August 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 GIBSON, John, of Atherton Street, mason died 24 December 1882 (Durham Directory, 1884) GIBSON, John, clerk to the dean and chapter since 1892 (son of William Gibson of Atherton Street, Durham) died 12 September 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) GIBSON, Mrs., of Old Elvet (widow of John Gibson, clerk to the dean and chapter) died 22 February 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 GIBSON, John, of Providence Row, an overseer at Durham Post Office died 26 July 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 GIBSON, Thomas, of Brandon Colliery, retired master shifter and overman died 25 May 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) GIBSON, William, of the firm Messrs. John Gibson, masons, Durham died 9 February 1882 (Durham Directory, 1883) GILHESPY, Robert, landlord of the Burton House, Crossgate died 10 April 1903 (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 GILLOW, Rev. Canon Henry, of St. Mary's R.C. Church, Blackhill died 24 June 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) GILLOW, Rev. Dr. John, vice-president of Ushaw College died 9 August 1877 (Durham Directory, 1878) GILLY, Rev. Dr. William Stephen, vicar of Norham and prebendary of Durham died 10 September 1855 (Durham Directory, 1856) GLASS, William, of Beech House, Wingate, where he had a brick and tile business; Primitive Methodist died 4 May 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 GOLDNEY, Gabriel, for many years Observer at Durham Observatory died in Durham Workhouse, 30 October 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) GOLIGHTLY, William, of Crossgate, chief clerk and confidential secretary to the general secretaries of Durham Miners' Unions from 1874 died 19 November 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) GOODALL, Rev. Samuel, for forty years minister at Claypath Congregational Chapel, Durham died 14 February 1892 (Durham Directory, 1893) GOODENOUGH, W.J., of 45 Old Elvet, superintendent of the Earl's House Industrial School, Witton Gilbert, for over thirty years died 14 October 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) GOODENOUGH, Mrs., wife of W.J. Goodenough, superintendent of the Earl's House Industrial School died 28 February 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 GORT, John Gage Prendergast, 5th viscount, of East Cowes and Hamsterley Hall, Durham died 15 August 1902 (Durham Directory, 1903) GOTT, Nathan, of Sidney House, The Peth, formerly cashier at Cornsay Colliery died 29 September 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 GOUNDRY, George, senior master at the Blue Coat School for forty years died 27 January 1867 (Durham Directory, 1868) GOUNDRY, John George Harling, assistant overseer for the parishes of Framwelgate and St. Mary Magdalene; sportsman died Gilesgate, 9 December 1891 (Durham Directory, 1893) GOUNDRY, William, of Gilesgate, poulterer; formerly rate-collector for Durham City died 3 June 1899 (Durham Directory, 1900) GOUNDRY, Mrs., of Gilesgate (widow of the late William Goundry) died 13 January 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 GOWLAND, F.C., managing clerk for a firm of esate agents in London; while in Durham took great interest in the Oddfellows and Freemasons died 7 April 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) GOWLAND, John, landlord of the Hare and Hounds Inn, New Elvet died 31 March 1875 (Durham Directory, 1876) GOWLAND, Thomas, landlord of the Hare and Hounds Hotel; fomerly registrar of births and deaths and relieving officer of St. Oswald's district died 12 February 1896 (Durham Directory, 1897) see M29/1 GRADON, A.F., retired professor of forestry under the Indian Governent (son of the late George Gradon, J.P., of Durham) died 5 August 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 GRADON, George, J.P., of Shamrock House, builder and timber merchant died 14 April 1884 (Durham Directory, 1885) GRADON, Mrs. H.T., of 'The Larches', Western Hill died 29 September 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) GRADON, John, fancy dealer in Durham died 15 April 1885 (Durham Directory, 1886) GRAHAM, Albert Edward, solicitor; practised in Durham until shortly before his death at Ryhope died 27 August 1897 (Durham Directory, 1898) GRAHAM, George, of Colliery Row, Houghton-le-Spring, originator and controller of the 'People's Stores' in the district died 7 February 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 GRAHAM, Mrs., wife of John Graham, coroner of the Chester Ward, of Findon Cottage died 15 July 1903 (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 GRAHAM, Robert, of North Road, retired blacksmith died 18 March 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 GRAHAM, Mrs. (widow of the late Robert Graham, blacksmith) died 7 April 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 GRANGER, Alfred William, of Old Elvet, solicitor; councillor; R.C. died 8 August 1897 (Durham Directory, 1898) GRANT, James Gregor, poet, novelist, lecturer died 17 December 1875 (Durham Directory, 1877) GRANTHAM, Mr. Justice, frequently presided at Durham Assizes died 30 November 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 GRANVILLE, Rev. Augustus Kerr B., M.A., vicar of Bearpark, Durham died 5 December 1884 (Durham Directory, 1886) GRANVILLE, Rev. Court, M.A., hon. canon of Durham and twice incumbent of Alnwick died 13 March 1871 (Durham Directory, 1872) GRAY, J. Scott, of 10 Atherton Street East, draper and local preacher for the Methodist New Connexion died 24 February 1903 (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 GRAY, Canon R.H., rector of Wolsingham and hon. canon of Chester Cathedral died 17 May 1885 (Durham Directory, 1886) GRAY, Robert, of South Street, member of the firm of Gray and Tiplady, curriers, in Claypath died 6 January 1879 (Durham Directory, 1880) GRAY, Thomas, of North Road, employee of Durham Gas Co. died 13 October 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) GRAY, William, of South Street, J.P., mayor of Durham in 1898; tailor in North Road and later in Saddler Street died 4 May 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 GRAY, William, of Hawthorn Terrace, greyhound owner died 5 August 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 GRAYSON, William, of Sherburn Hill, prominent Wesleyan Methodist died 11 May 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) GREATOREX, Rev. Edward, M.A., minor canon of Durham Cathedral from 1849; precentor, 1862 - 1872; rector of Croxdale from 1872 died 5 April 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) GREEN, Cuthbert, grocer and provision dealer at Witton Gilbert and Sacriston; Wesleyan Methodist local preacher died 20 April 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) GREEN, Mrs. Cuthbert, of Witton Gilbert, prominent Wesleyan Methodist died 6 December 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) GREEN, Miss Isabella Susan died 7 December 1866 (Durham Directory, 1867) GREEN, Rev. John Samuel; vicar of Wooler, Northumberland died 15 February 1880 (Durham Directory, 1881) GREEN, Joseph, of Hallgarth Street, formerly employed at Henderson's Carpet Factory and associated with Durham Co-operative Society from its inception died 5 February 1898 (Durham Directory, 1899) see M29/1 GREEN, Joseph, of Brandon, once a forge manager at Witton Park and South Hylton, but in 1876 established a drapery business at Langley Moor died 29 January 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 GREEN, Thomas, Sacriston Colliery official, under-manager for twenty-four years died 13 April 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) GREEN, William, M.D. died Old Elvet, 11 November 1858 (Durham Directory, 1859) GREEN, William, keeper of Old Durham Gardens died 18 January 1879 (Durham Directory, 1880) GREENWELL, Alan, of 34 Old Elvet, head of Messrs. Hutchinson and Greenwell, wine and spirit merchants; keen sportsman died 4 January 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 GREENWELL, C. (son of the late T. Greenwell and brother of a former registrar of Durham) died 5 November 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) GREENWELL, Dora, poetess, philosopher and theologian, long associated with Durham died 29 March 1882 (Durham Directory, 1883) GREENWELL, Francis, of South Bailey, J.P., member of an old and prominent county family; member of the firm Hutchinson and Greenwell, wine and spirit merchants; a county councillor died 22 August 1894 (Durham Directory, 1895) GREENWELL, Mrs., of South Bailey (widow of Francis John Greenwell) died 12 February 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) GREENWELL, George, J.P., of Silver Street, grocer, 'one of the merchant princes of Durham' died 1 November 1890 (Durham Directory, 1891) GREENWELL, Henry, J.P., D.L., of Elvet Villa, solicitor in Durham died 23 November 1890 (Durham Directory, 1891) GREENWELL, Henry Nicholas, possessed large estates in the Sandwich Islands (son of the late W.T. Greenwell and brother of Rev. Canon Greenwell) died at Kailua, Hawaii, 18 May 1891 (Durham Directory, 1892) GREENWELL, John M., of Broomshields near Satley, formerly a lieutenant in the North Durham Militia died 6 May 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) GREENWELL, Thomas, of North Road, retired hosier died 27 August 1903 (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 GREENWELL, William (second surviving son of the late Thomas Greenwell of Greenwell, Wolsingham, and of the South Bailey) died 14 October 1871 (Durham Directory, 1872) GREGORY, J.C., butcher, of Bishop Auckland died 19 September 1899 (Durham Directory, 1900) GREGSON, George, of Warden Law, agriculturalist and sportsman died 21 May 1902 (Durham Directory, 1903) GREGSON, John, barrister and sportsman died 27 December 1879 (Durham Directory, 1881) GREGSON, John, of Gilesgate, relieving officer and registrar of births, marriages and deaths for St. Nicholas District of Durham died 11 February 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) GREGSON, Colonel Lancelot Allgood, D.L., Burdon Hall died 27 January 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) GREHAN, Rev. W., curate of St. Cuthberts R.C. Church, Old Elvet died 30 August 1872 (Durham Directory, 1873) see M29/1 GREY, Sir George, of Fallodon, bart., Home Secretary died 9 September 1882 (Durham Directory, 1883) GREY, John, painter and glazier in Durham died 25 June 1893 (Durham Directory, 1894) GREY, Hon. and Rev. John, rector of Houghton-le-Spring from 1847; hon. canon of Durham, 1848 died 11 November 1895 (Durham Directory, 1896) GREY, William Scurfield, of Norton House, Norton, barrister, chairman of Quarter Sessions for County Durham died 9 January 1876 (Durham Directory, 1877) GRICE, William Henry, of John Street, late senior lay clerk of Durham Cathedral died 26 April 1896 (Durham Directory, 1897) see M29/1 GRICE, Mrs. (widow of the late W.H. Grice, lay clerk of Dutham Cathedral) died 22 October 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) GRIEVES, David, manager of Brancepeth Collieries died 14 July 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 GRIFFITH, Charles, solicitor died Eldon Square, Newcastle, 31 December 1876 (Durham Directory, 1878) GROUND, Henry Nicholas, viewer of East Howle Colliery near Ferryhill died 11 March 1881 (Durham Directory, 1882) GROUND, William, of Derwent House, Shotley Bridge, formerly surveyor to Durham Corporation died 30 December 1894 (Durham Directory, 1896) GUEST-WILLIAMS, Captain Wynne, M.A. (son of Canon Guest-Williams of Pittington) Killed in action, 25 September 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916 sub. 2 October) GULLY, John, formerly of Cocken Hall died North Bailey, 9 March 1863 (Durham Directory, 1864) GURNEY, Rev. Dr. Henry Palin, principal of the Durham College of Science died 15 August 1904 (Durham Directory, 1905) HAKES, Thomas, of Rose Cottage, employed by the N.E.R., for many years as a guard but lately in charge of the left luggage office at Durham died 15 November 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 HALL, Frederick J., auctioneer; later emigrated to South Africa and joined Driscoll's Scouts; prominent sportsman (son of the late James Hall, schoolmaster) died c.9 September 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) HALL, Colonel George, of Heighington Hall, J.P. died 13 April 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) HALL, James, of Manor House, Shincliffe, retired school-master of Durham, where he kept a 'middle-class seminary', 1858 - 1905 died 27 June 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) HALL, James, joiner; oldest freeman of Durham died 10 April 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 HALL, William, of Gilesgate, formerly a miner; active Wesleyan Methodist died 7 October 1897 (Durham Directory, 1898) HALL, Alderman William Fairbairn, of Haswell Hall, mining agent and chief engineer to the Ryhope Coal Co. died 6 March 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) HALL, William, landlord of the Grapes Inn, Claypath died 21 April 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 HAMILTON, Rev. Francis Clements, M.A. (son of the archdeacon of Northumberland) died 11 October 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) HAMILTON, Ven. George Hans, archdeacon of Northumberland and canon residentiary of Durham; prison reformer died 23 September 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) HAMILTON, J., employed for fifty-eight years at Durham Carpet Factory died 27 October 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) HAMILTON, R.C.C. (second son of Archdeacon and Lady Louisa Hamilton) died c.23 November 1901 (Durham Directory, 1902) HAMMOND, Sir Charles F., of Newcastle; M.P. for Newcastle, 1874 - 1880, 1892 - 1900 died 2 March 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) HAMMOND, Rev. John, of Church Street, Church of England Clergyman who held curacies in England, Scotland, Ireland, and the U.S.A.; author of theological works died 22 January 1897 (Durham Directory, 1898) HANNAN, Father, R.C. priest at Langley Moor died 7 April 1899 (Durham Directory, 1900) HANSOM, Robert, of Crook, president of the County Cokemen's Association for thirty-nine years died 20 February 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 HARDAKER, T.T., native of Leamside; in charge of Natal telegraph and telephone systems died 21 March 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) HARGREAVES, J.G., M.A., solicitor (solicitor to Durham University) and writer died 12 February 1893 (Durham Directory, 1894) HARLAND, William Charles, M.P. for Durham City, 1832 - 1841 died at Sutton Hall, Yorkshire 10 March 1863 (Durham Directory, 1864) HARPER, Mrs., of Kepier Farm (widow of John Harper) died 24 December 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 HARRIS, Mrs. Jacob died (aged 91) at 194 Gilesgate, 26 March 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) HARRIS, John, of Gilesgate, insurance superintendent died 24 August 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 HARRISON, T., of Sherburn, prominent Wesleyan Methodist died 30 November 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 HARRISON, T.F., of Poplar Cottage, Neville's Cross, member of a Willington family, his parents having been landlords of the Dun Cow Inn there for many years died 29 January 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) HARRISON, Rev. William Gorst, M.A., J.P., vicar of Hart; rector of Easington from 1872 died 22 January 1891 (Durham Directory, 1892) HARTLEY, William, senior verger of Durham Cathedral died 22 April 1876 (Durham Directory, 1877) HASTINGS, Edmund, portrait painter died South Bailey, 22 January 1861 (Durham Directory, 1862) HASTINGS, Lieut. Colonel H. Warren-Hastings; held various appointments in India, including Deputy Comissionership of Lucknow; retired to Durham (where he had been educated) died 27 April 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) HAUXWELL, George, alderman and J.P., millwright; proprietor of the engineering works in Atherton Street died 26 August 1897 (Durham Directory, 1898) HAUXWELL, Robert, of the Avenue; iron founder died 16 January 1902 (Durham Directory, 1903) HAVELOCK, Sir Henry, Adjutant General of the Queen's troops in India died 25 November 1857 (Durham Directory, 1859) HAWKS, George, partner in Messrs. Hawkes, Crawshay & Sons, Gateshead; of Redheugh Hall died 15 October 1863 (Durham Directory, 1864) HAY, John, formerly of Cresswell House, Bishopwearmouth, proprietor of a patent ropery, shipowner, and, at one time, a shipbuilder died 16 July 1871 (Durham Directory, 1872) HAY, Peter, of Chester-le-Street, member of the local district council for many years died 27 December 1899 (Durham Directory, 1900) HAYES, Father, of St. Joseph's R.C. mission, Washington died 11 June 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) HAYS, Miss Eleanor, of 8 South Bailey, active in church and philanthropic work died 2 October 1904 (Durham Directory, 1905) HAYS, Miss Isabella, of 8 North Bailey, a daughter of the late J. Wetherell Hays died 31 January 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) HAYS, John Wetherell, solicitor, clerk of the crown, registrar of births, marriages and deaths died South Bailey, 21 November 1876 (Durham Directory, 1878) HAYS, Miss Margaret, of South Bailey, only surviving daughter of the late John Wetherell Hays, clerk of the crown; active in church and philanthropic work died 18 April 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) HEADLAM, Canon Arthur William, of Whorlton Hall, for twenty years vicar of St. Oswald's died 24 February 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 HEADLAM, Mrs. (widow of Canon Headlam, vicar of St. Oswald's) died 20 October 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 HEADLAM, Morley, J P., land-agent died in The College, 18 December 1884 (Durham Directory, 1886) HEADLAM, Thomas Emerson, Q.C. died 4 December 1875 (Durham Directory, 1877) HEADS, Thomas, of Old Cassop Farm, farmer died 14 November 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 HEATON, John, solicitor's clerk, of Sunderland Road died 14 November 1893 (Durham Directory, 1894) HEAVISIDE, M., solicitor in Durham died 12 July 1885 (Durham Directory, 1886) HEAVISIDE, Thomas, of Queen Street, photographer died 27 January 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) HEDLEY, J.T., of Crossgate, yeast importer died 21 March 1900 (Durham Directory, 1961) HENDERSON, Charles W.C., of the Riding, Hexham, chairman of the Consett Iron Co.; keen sportsman (son of John Henderson, carpet manufacturer) died 2 December 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) HENDERSON, Henry Eldon, manager of Pelton Collieries died 10 Novembr 1899 (Durham Directory, 1960) HENDERSON, John, of Leazes House, carpet manufacturer; M.P. for Durham, 1864 - 1874; the entry includes some account of the history of the Henderson family died 7 April 1884 (Durham Directory, 1885) HENDERSON, Mrs., of Leazes House (widow of John Henderson, M.P.) died 14 May 1903 (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 HENDERSON, Thomas, landlord of the Brewers Arms, Gilesgate died 14 January 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) HENDERSON, William, J.P., formerly partner in the carpet manufactory in Durham; elected alderman of Durham in 1850; prominent in public works died 15 November 1891 (Durham Directory, 1892) HENRY, John, of Dun Cow Lane, clerk of works and architect to Durham University died 22 June 1893 (Durham Directory, 1894) HENSHAW, William, Mus.Doc., organist at Durham Cathedra1 for fifty years died 30 October 1877 (Durham Directory, 1878) HEPBURN, Dr. W.A., of Coxhoe, where he practised for thirty-seven years died 13 April 1904 (Durham Directory, 1905) HEPBURN, Wheldon, manager of Sherburn and Littletown Collieries died 22 June 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) HEPPLE, Matthew, surgeon, of Old Elvet died 10 January 1875 (Durham Directory, 1876) HEPPLE, T.R., of John Street, Meadowfield, schoolmaster at Brandon for over thirty years died 21 August 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 HEPPLEWHITE, George, innkeeper, of the Claypath Gates died 19 January 1892 (Durham Directory, 1893) HEPWORTH, Mrs. Hannah, of 5 The Avenue (widow of William Hepworth, chemist; of Manchester and daughter of Thompson, a chemist in Durham) died 2 January 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 HEPWORTH, John, assistant overseer of Broom died 28 January 1899 (Durham Directory, 1900) HERBERT, Harry, of Riverside House, Elvet Bridge, bookbinder and ruler; warden of the Barbers' Co. died 22 April 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) HERBERT, T., of Oswald Court, Church Street, retired prison warder died 19 January 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 HERBERT, W., of Gilesgate, solicitor's clerk and election agent died 5 April 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 HERON, Annie, for twenty-two years headmistress of Framwelgate Moor School died 5 June 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 HERON, Emmerson, plumber died Claypath, 6 May 1874 (Durham Directory, 1875) see M29/1 HERON, Emmerson, landlord of the Market Hotel; formerly involved in journalism and in the family plumbing business died 26 March 1897 (Durham Directory, 1898) HERON, Thomas, of Durham, journalist died 22 March 1899 (Durham Directory, 1900) HERSCHELL, Farrer, 1st baron, M.P. for Durham City, 1874 - 1885 died 1 March 1899 (Durham Directory, 1900) HESLOP, Christopher, farmer of Bent House Farm died 19 February 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) HESLOP, George, of Easington Lane, insurance agent; chairman of the Hetton U.D.C. for some years; a county councillor and Primitive Methodist local preacher died 22 May 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) HESLOP, Robert, of Gilesgate, shoemaker died 8 July 1893 (Durham Directory, 1894) HESLOP, William John, of Nevilledale Terrace, butcher and grocer died 11 May 1906 (suicide) (Durham Directory, 1907) HEWITT, George, of 54 Crossgate, official of the Durham Miners' Association died 8 April 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) HEWITT, Miss Sarah Jane, for many years in the service of Durham Miners' Association died 21 March 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) HICK, Rev. J.W., rector of Byers Green died 2 May 1875 (Durham Directory, 1876) HIGHWOOD, John, M.A., D.C.L., of The Anchorage, Church Street, head of St. Columba College died 15 July 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 HILL, Benjamin, of Old Elvet, chainmaker died 19 January 1885 (Durham Directory, 1886) HILL, Mrs., confectioner of Silver Street, Durham died 13 January 1902 (Durham Directory, 1903) HILLER, Mrs., of Church Villas, wife of F.H. Hiller, her cousin died 18 February 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) HILTON, Walter Kercheval, registrar of Durham University from 1877 died 4 April 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 HIND, William, of Broomside Lane, Belmont, mine-worker; prominent in local government and in the Primitive Methodists died 9 February 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) HINDMARCH, William Matthewson, Q.C., attorney general of County Palatine of Durham died 27 August 1866 (Durham Directory, 1867) HINDSON, Mrs. (widow of George Hindson of Framwelgate Moor and mother of T. Hindson, manager of Framwelgate Moor Colliery) died 21 January 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 HOCKIN, C.L., Government Auditor for the Northern Counties died 17 February 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) HODGES, Richard, J.P., manager of the National Provincial Bank in Durham died 16 November 1878 (Durham Directory, 1879) HODGSON, Alfred, formerly colour foreman at Durham Carpet Factory died at Halifax, 1 May 1904 (Durham Directory, 1905) HODGSON, Charles, iron merchant died 23 November 1881 (Durham Directory, 1882) HODGSON, Mrs. (wife of Edward.Hodgson of Claypath, decorator) died 31 August 1902 (Durham Directory, 1903) HODGSON, George, of East Hetton, formerly a grocer at Rainton, and school attendance officer and collector of taxes; Wesleyan Methodist local preacher died 12 December 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 HODGSON, Mrs. Harriet (widow of councillor William Hodgson, painter and decorator of Claypath) died 12 January 1903 (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 HODGSON, Harrison, of Western Hill, railway contractor died 7 March 1879 (Durham Directory, 1880) HODGSON, John, manager of Edmondsley Colliery; notable Wesleyan Methodist died 16 November 1899 (Durham Directory, 1900) HODGSON, Joseph Barker, of Bishop Middleham, brewer died 2 October 1873 (Durham Directory, 1874) see M29/1 HODGSON, William, painter, paper-hanger and upholsterer; councillor died 8 April 1888 (Durham Directory, 1889) HODGSON, William Joseph, of Claypath, painter and decorator died 24 December 1892 (Durham Directory, 1894) HOGARTH, Right Revd. William, D.D., R.C. bishop of Hexham and Newcastle died 29 January 1866 (Durham Directory, 1867) HOGG, Thomas Jefferson, barrister died 27 August 1862 (Durham Directory, 1863) HOGGETT, Robert, J.P. died Gilesgate, 16 January 1875 (Durham Directory, 1876) HOGGETT, Thomas, of Gilesgate, formerly a printer and bookseller in the Market Place died 15 October 1871 (Durham Directory, 1872) HOLMES, Joseph, grocer in Durham for many years died at Cotherstone near Barnard Castle, 16 August 1873 (Durham Directory, 1874) see M29/1 HOLDEN, Canon, master of Durham Grammar School, 1853 - 1882 died 1 April 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 HOLDSWORTH, Samuel, engineer at Durham Carpet Factory where he invented many improvements in the machinery; mayor of Durham, 1886 died at Kidderminster, 24 December 1898 (Durham Directory, 1899) see M29/1 HOLLAND, James, of New Elvet, employee of Messrs. Plews, wine and spirit merchants died 26 August 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) HOLLIS, W.H., formerly manager of the Weardale Iron and Coal Company's works at Spennymoor died 2 December 1903 (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 HOLMES, R.B., of Hartside, formerly a farmer; sportsman died 25 March 1894 (Durham Directory, 1895) HOLMES, Thomas R., of Hartside near Durham, farmer, formerly a draper in Durham died 2 March 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) HOLMES, W., of Hetton-le-Hole, shift-man at Eppleton Colliery for thirty-two years and a sinker at Silksworth Colliery; prominent in public life died 23 July 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) HOLMES, William, compositor connected with the Durham Chronicle for over thirty years died 2 June 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 HOOPPELL, Rev. Dr., rector of Byers Green; formerly headmaster of the Marine School of South Shields; author of works on religion, mathematics and archaeology died 23 August 1895 (Durham Directory, 1896) HOPE, G.E., of Flass Street, pattern maker (retired) at the Grange Iron Works died 30 January 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) HOPE, Joseph, proprietor of Gilesgate Saw Mills for many years died 12 Ju1y 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 HOPE, Thomas, grocer, of Kelloe died 8 December 1906 (Durham Directory, 1907) HOPPER, Miss Amy, teacher at Willington Council Schools died 15 April 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) HOPPER, J.I., of Norton Hardwick, J.P., for many years associated with Sir George Elliott in colliery and railway enterprises and later established a wire ropery at Thornaby died 9 May 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 HOPPER, Jonathan, farmer, sportsman and inn-keeper of Langley Moor died 24 April 1882 (Durham Directory, 1883) HOPPER, Jonathan, of Langley Farm, Langley Moor died 23 June 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 HOPPER, Joseph, secretary of the Durham Aged Miners' Homes movement which he had originated in 1896 died 17 April 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 HOPPER, Mark, of Elvet Bridge, painter died 5 December 1880 (Durham Directory, 1881) HOPPER, Mark, builder and joiner, clerk of works under Salvin the architect and then in government employment in the same capacity died at Leazes Place, 13 February 1885 (Durham Directory, 1886) HOPPER, Thomas James (son of Thomas Hopper of Gilesgate) died 6 April 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 HOPPER, Thomas, of Gilesgate, painter and glazier and choir porter in Durham Cathedral died 25 March 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) HOPPER, Mrs., of 24 Gilesgate (wife of Thomas Hopper) died 6 November 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 HOULDEY, Miss Mary Ann, of Western Hill, Durham died 25 July 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) HOUSEMAN, Mrs. (widow of Dr. J.G. Houseman of Manor House, Houghton-le-Spring) died 22 September 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 HOWE, J.G., solicitor, formerly of Durham died at Roker, 20 January 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) HOWE, John, of Old Elvet, butcher died 14 August 1880 (Durham Directory, 1881) HOWE, Mrs., of Old Elvet (widow of John Howe) died 17 April 1901 (Durham Directory, 1902) HOWE, Robert, of Hallgarth Street, linen weaver died 13 January 1899 (Durham Directory, 1900) HOWE, Thomas, landlord of the Woodman Inn, Gilesgate died 6 December 1899 (Durham Directory, 1900) HOWE, William, of the Market Place, joiner and builder died 16 February 1884 (Durham Directory, 1885) HOWIE, Mrs. (widow of Mr. Howie who for many years was associated with the Durham Miners' Permanent Reli)ef Fund died (aged 93) at Hunwick, 9 March 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) HUBBICK, Cuthbert Joseph, of New Elvet, veterinary surgeon; prominent Roman Catho1ic died 10 March 1895 (Durham Directory, 1896) HUBBICK, Rev. Joseph, R.C. priest (son of Cuthbert Joseph Hubbick of Durham) died 20 March 1877 (Durham Directory, 1878) HUDSON, George, 'Railway King' died 14 December 1871 (Durham Directory, 1872) HUDSON, Thomas, cordwainer died in Durham, 28 December 1872 (Durham Directory, 1874) see M29/1 HUGHES, Rev. Hugh Price, Wesleyan minister died in London, 17 November 1902 (Durham Directory, 1903) HUGHES, Mary, of Spennymoor died 25 January 1911 (See inquest under 27 January) (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 HULTON, F.C., assistant manager at Messrs. Backhouse's Bank, Durham died 30 November 1893 (Durham Directory, 1894) HUMBLE, Captain, served twelve years in the 4th V.B.D.L.I. (son of Col. Humble of West Pelton House) died 6 February 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 HUMBLE, Rev. Henry, canon of St. Ninian's Cathedral, Perth died 7 February 1876 (Durham Directory, 1877) HUMBLE, Col. John, J.P., of Harperley Hall, Tantobie, agent for Messrs. Joicey's collieries at Tanfield died 13 April 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) HUME, S., jeweller and silversmith of Elvet Bridge, Durham died 4 May 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 HUNTER, Edwin George, of Saddler Street, member of the firm of Hunter Brothers, who kept a music warehouse and fancy repository in Durham died 11 July 1882 (Durham Directory, 1883) HUNTER, Frederick Neish, of Saddler Street, proprietor of a fancy repository in Saddler Street died 17 March 1887 (Durham Directory, 1888) HUNTER, Thomas, deputy at Brandon C. Pit died 12 January 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) HUNTER, Thomas, formerly grocer at Newbottle and prominent Wesleyan Methodist died 8 February 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 HUNTER, William, of the Three Tuns Hotel, Witton Gilbert, keen sportsman died 26 August 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 HUNTING, Charles, of South Hetton, J.P., veterinary surgeon died 17 September 1899 (Durham Directory, 1900) HUTCHINSON, Joseph, of North Bailey, land-agent to the University of Durham for over forty years died 7 August 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) HUTCHINSON, Patton, of The Times Inn, Dalton-le-Dale, farmer and estate agent died 2 December 1886 (Durham Directory, 1888) HUTCHINSON, Thomas (second son of T. Hutchinson of Bamburgh Hall associated for sixteen years with his uncle the late Joseph Hutchinson, land-agent to the University) died 6 December 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 HUTCHINSON, William, secretary to Durham Water Co. died 24 January 1865 (Durham Directory, 1866) HUTT, Sir William, M.P. for Gateshead, 1841 - 1874 died 24 November 1882 (Durham Directory, 1883) HUTTON, Thomas, J.P., of Hallgarth Street, councillor for St. Nicholas' Ward, 1854 - 1881; bookbinder (for many years did all work for Ushaw College) died 7 May 1891 (Durham Directory, 1892) HUTTON, Thomas, of New Elvet, joiner and builder, member of the City council died 25 June 1892 (Durham Directory, 1893) INGHAM, Robert, Q.C., M.P. for South Shields, 1832 - 1841, 1852 - 1868 died 21 October 1875 (Durham Directory, 1876) ISAACS, Isadore, of Sunderland, solicitor to Durham Miners' Association died 24 May 190l (Durham Directory, 1902) JACKSON, Councillor Robert, of Framwelgate died 27 October 1871 (Durham Directory, 1872) JACKSON, Dr. Thomas Hayes, of Darlington died 28 December 1879 (Durham Directory, 1881) JACKSON, Walter, lay clerk of Durham Cathedral died 18 November 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 JECKELL, Jonathan, of Durham, tobacconist, formerly employed as a draper died 30 December 1899 (Durham Directory, 1900) JENKINS, William, of Consett Hall, J.P., general rnanager of Consett Iron Works and latterly a director died 8 May 1895 (Durham Directory, 1896) JENKYNS, Canon Henry, Professor of Greek and Divinity in the University of Durham died 3 April 1878 (Durham Directory, 1879) JENKYNS Rev. Richard, rector of Wallsend, formerly curate at Shildon and Washington died 7 June 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) JENNINGS, John, B.A., headmaster of the Boys' Model School in connection with Bede College, Durham; music master at Bede College died 9 May 1887 (Durham Directory, 1888) JEPSON, Dr. Edward Cane, medical practitioner in Durham for over fifty years; also held various public medical appointments died 24 December 1895 (Durham Directory, 1897) see M29/1 JEPSON, Mrs. (widow of Dr. Edward Cane Jepson [q.v.]) died 15 January 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) JEPSON, Mrs., wife of Henry Jepson, mining surveyor, North Bailey and daughter of Canon Wannop, Haddington died 8 November 1901 (Durham Directory, 1902) JERREMS, J., chemist, druggist, and wine merchant died at North Road, 25 January 1867 (Durham Directory, 1868) JOBLIN, James, of Durham, solicitor died 9 September 1896 (Durham Directory, 1897) see M29/1 JOBSON, John W., of Slatey House, Cassop, formerly collector for Durham Gas Co. died 29 October 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 JOEL, Jonathan Edmundson, of Newcastle, barrister died 24 September 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 JOHNSON, Lieut.-Col., of the Deanery, Chester-le-Street died 8 January 1885 (Durham Directory, 1886) JOHNSON, Charles W., of Seaton Carew (son of the late Joseph Johnson, brewer and colliery proprietor) died 23 December 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) JOHNSON, George, of Hetton died January 1866 (Durham Directory, 1867) JOHNSON, John, financial secretary to the Durham Miners' Association; M.P. for Gateshead, 1903 - 1910; Primitive Methodist died 29 December 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 JOHNSON, Joseph, of Hallgarth Street, brewer, and colliery owner died 6 May 1884 (Durham Directory, 1885) JOHNSON, Mrs. (widow of Joseph Johnson of the City Brewery, Durham) died 20 September 1903 (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 JOHNSON, R.S., of Sherburn Hall, near Durham; prominent in the coal trade died 12 July 1892 (Durham Directory, 1893) JOHNSON, William, farmer of West Rainton; member of a family of farmers connected with the district for several generations died 13 June 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) JOHNSTON, George, silk mercer and draper, of Silver Street died 22 October 1885 (Durham Directory, 1886) JOHNSTON, James F.W., professor of chemistry in the University of Durham died 18 September 1855 (Durham Directory, 1856) JOICEY, Edward, of Whinney House, near Gateshead Fell, J.P. died 2 September 1879 (Durham Directory, 1880) JOICEY, Lieut.-Col. John, M.P., of Newton Hall, Stocksfield-on-Tyne died 15 August 1881 (Durham Directory, 1882) JOICEY, Major, late of Tanfield Hall and Urpeth Lodge; controlled the Joicey Pits died at Sunningdale Park, Berkshire, 23 January 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 JONES, Rev. Father, R.C. priest of St. Godric's, for eleven years died 25 March 1894 (Durham Directory, 1895) JONES, Mrs. (widow of William Thorpe Jones of Southwell) died 25 July 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) JOSLIN, George Bertram, of Ushaw Moor, porter at Durham Station died 13 January 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) JUNOR, Major P.B., of Clyde House, Spennymoor died 28 March 1904 (Durham Directory, 1905) KAY, Rev. William Leonard, vicar of Kelloe died 3 May 1885 (Durham Directory, 1886) KAYE, Thomas, member of Durham Cathedral Choir died 23 January 1867(Durham Directory, 1868) KEARNEY, Matthew, J.P., D.L., of the Ford, Lanchester; member of a prominent R.C. family; sportsman; the entry includes details of his brother, the Very Rev. Philip Canon KEARNEY, who had also recently died died 9 May 1891 (Durham Directory, 1892) KEIDAN, Mrs. Gertrude, of Mowbray Street died 29 May 1914, aged 102 (Durham Directory, 1915) KELL, James Robinson, of Nevilledale Terrace, builder (son of the late Joseph Kell, builder) died 8 June 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) KELL, Jasper, builder and contractor, of North Road died 31 March 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 KENDLE, John Cuthbert of South Street, chemist in North Road died 26 April 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) KENNEDY, Alexander, grocer, of Hallgarth Street died 25 June 1881 (Durham Directory, 1882) KENNEDY, Thomas, of Hallgarth Street, grocer; as a boy was chorister in Durham Cathedral died 17 September 1904. (Durham Directory, 1905) KENNICOTT, Rev. Benjamin, incumbent of parish of Monkwearmouth from 1816 died 12 June 1866 (Durham Directory, 1867) KER, F.A., M.A., master at Durham School died 4 March 1893 (Durham Directory, 1894) KERR, Graham Campbell, governor of Berber, educated at Durham School and was assistant master there, 1895 - 1901; prominent rugby football player died 18 August 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 KERRICH-WALKER, H.W., of Newker House, Chester-le-Street, J.P. died 18 October 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 KIDD, William, of Silver Street, grocer in the City for thirty years died 20 July 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) KILGALLON, Patrick, of South View, Auton Stile, cokeman at Bearpark Colliery; prominent member of St. Godric's R.C. Church died 7 February 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) KING, Rev. Charles William, M.A., H.M. Inspector of Schools for Durham and later Northumberland; rector of St. Mary-le-Bow from 1859 died 8 August 1872 (Durham Directory, 1873) see M29/1 KING, Horace Arthur, excise officer of Durham died 7 April 1911 (suicide) (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 KING, Rev. W.C., vicar of Norham and hon. canon of Durham Cathedral died 19 December 1872 (Durham Directory, 1874) see M29/1 KIRKLEY, John, of Gilesgate, photographer died 16 February 1883 (Durham Directory, 1884) KIRKUP, Phillip, of Chester-le-Street, farmer at Urpeth for over forty years; prominent Wesleyan Methodist died 17 August 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 KIRKUP, William, of Young Street, Sunderland Road, retired police sergeant died 25 January 1911 (suicide) (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 KIRTON, Hugh, cattle dealer died 21 February 1875 (Durham Directory, 1876) KIRWOOD, Rev. R., rector of Chester-le-Street for about seven years died 19 July 1872 (Durham Directory, 1873) see M29/1 KITCHIN, Dr. G.W., dean of Durham from 1894 died 13 October 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 KNAGGS, Jonathan, of Dragon Villa, formerly a pattern maker at Grange Ironworks died 12 January 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 KNAGGS, Thomas, of Sherburn Hill, employed at Sherburn Colliery for over sixty years died 12 August 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 KYNASTON, Rev. Herbert, D.D., canon of Durham Cathedral and professor of Greek and Classical Literature in Durham University; formerly called Snow but assumed the name Kynaston instead died 1 August 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 KYNASTON, Herbert, geologist; head of the government survey of the Transvaal since 1904 (son of the late Rev. H. Kynaston, professor of Greek at Durham) died 29 June, 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) LAIDLER, Frederick of Mount Joy Terrace, Hallgarth Street, plumber died 5 July 1896 (Durham Directory, 1897) see M29/1 LAIDLER, James, of New Elvet, J.P., plumber and brass finisher; former alderman, and mayor of Durham in 1884 died 30 July 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) LAIDLER, Thomas, senior, of Neville Street, employee at Henderson's Carpet Factory for fifty years died 12 July 1903 (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 LAIDLER, William Varlow, clerk (son of T. Laidler of the Park Hotel, Sunderland) died 20 March 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) LAING, Sir James, shipbuilder and philanthropist died 15 December 1901 (Durham Directory, 1902) LAKE, Very Rev. William Charles, dean of Durham for twenty-five years, and warden of the University died 7 December 1897 (Durham Directory, 1898) LAMB, Thomas, of Hetton-le-Hole, brewer died 13 August 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 LAMB, T., junior, of Dene Villa, Hetton-le-Hole (son of T. Lamb, brewer) died 22 September 1906 (Durham Directory, 1907) LAMB, W.D., of South Street, watchmaker died 13 December 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 LAMBERT, David, member of Durham Cathedral choir died 30 October 1873 (Durham Directory, 1874) see M29/1 LAMBERT, James, member of Durham Cathedral choir died 30 October 1878 (Durham Directory, 1879) LAMBERT, Tom, of Newcastle (native of Durham), professional cricketer died 8 October 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) LAMBTON, Hedworth, of Murton died 16 September 1876 (Durham Directory, 1877) LAMBTON, W.H., of Western Hill, trade-unionist; first president and later secretary and paid agent of the Enginemen's Association died 21 December 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) LANCASTER, John, of Tilley's Yard, Claypath, bricklayer; committed suicide after murdering his wife and son died 13 August 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) LAWSON, Rev. Joseph, formerly vicar of Brandon (from 1878) died at Shincliffe, 10 December 1903 (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 LAWSON, William, formerly of Durham, secretary and tutor of St. Mark's College; author of text books on geography died 13 May 1895 (Durham Directory, 1896) LEATHAM, Fred Eustace, of Old Elvet, organist at St. Nicholas' Church and conductor of Durham Musical Society died 7,May 1903 (Durham Directory, 19Q4) LEATHAM, Mrs., (widow of F.E. Leatham [q.v.], musician) died 4 December 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 LEE, Rev. Edward L.L.D., vicar of Esh died 6 March 1884 (Durham Directory, 1885) LEE, George, of 47 North Bailey, whitesmith died 24 August 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) LEE, John, of Lumley, checkweighman and miners' representative on the Durham Executive and the Permanent Relief Fund died 4 July 1906 (Durham Directory, 1907) LEE, Matthew, of Victoria Terrace, retired farmer (succeeded his father as tenant of High Carr House Farm, Framwelgate Moor) died 2 March 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) LEE, William, chief attendant at Newton Hall Auxiliary Lunatic Asylum died 30 January 1907 (suicide) (Durham Directory, 1908) LEE, William, of Leamside, pit worker in the Rainton district died 23 October 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 LEGGE, J.R., of Houghton-le-Spring, solicitor died 23 February 1885 (Durham Directory, 1886) LEIGHTON, John Hunter, pharmaceutical chemist in Durham died 2 April 1878 (Durham Directory, 1879) LE KEUX, John Henry, of Old Elvet, engraver (engraved many of the plates for Billings' Durham Cathedral) died 4 February 1896 (Durham Directory, 1897) see M29/1 LEYBOURNE, John Pearson, of Gilesgate Moor, champion coal hewer; grocer; active Wesleyan Methodist died 19 February 1897 (Durham Directory, 1898) LIDDELL, Superintendent, of Durham County Police, formerly in the Durham City force died at Stockton, 14 November 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) LIDDELL, Mrs. Ellen, of Princes Street, Western Hill, wife of William Liddell, draper died 17 February 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) LIDDELL, Hon. George, formerly of Old Elvet, master of Durham Stamp Office died 15 April 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) LIDDELL, Hon. Mrs. George died 19 May 1873 (Durham Directory, 1874) see M29/1 LIDDLE, R.K., verger of Durham Cathedral for nearly fourteen years; formerly a compositor died 24 September 1890 (Durham Directory, 1891) LIDSTER, W.R., of 83 Claypath, solicitor's clerk, latterly employed in political registration for the Unionists died 11 April 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 LIGHTFOOT, Joseph Barber, bishop of Durham died 21 December 1889 (Durham Directory, 1891) LILICO, Richard, of Gordon Mount, The Peth, proprietor of, a china and hardware business in Claypath died 26 May 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 LIMOELAN, E.K., headmaster of King James I Grammar School, Bishop Auckland; formerly a teacher at Durham Grammar School died 8 July 1884 (Durham Directory, 1885) LINDSLEY, James, of Allergate, retired horse dealer died 22 April 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) LINDSLEY, Richard, of North Road, horse dealer and property owner died 11 August 1885 (Durham Directory, 1886) LISHMAN, J.J., manager of Brandon Colliery, 1871 - 1898 died 8 July 191l (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 LISHMAN, W., of Sunderland, colliery agent for Lord Durham for thirty-four years died 12 June 1898 (Durham Directory, 1899) see M29/1 LISLE, Mrs., wife of William Lisle, J.P., of Pimlico died 30 December 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) LISTER, John, of Western Hill, clerk employed by Tomlinson, iron merchant; organist at the Wesleyan Church, Old Elvet died 25 April 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 LISTER, Mrs., of 14 Western Hill (widow of John Lister [q.v.]) died 20 December 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 LLOYD, Sam, of Gateshead, Liberal election agent for the Chester-le-Street division died 26 December 1902 (Durham Directory, 1903) LODGE, Rev. J.A., of Sedgefield House, Sedegfield; formerly vicar of Haverton Hill died 29 July 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) LOGAN, William, of Langley Park, J.P., colliery manager died 19 November 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) LOMAX, Rev. John, rector of Washington; formerly inspector of schools died 9 April 1899 (Durham Directory, 1900) LONDON, Bishop of (Dr. Creighton) died 14 January 1901 (Durham Directory, 1902) LONDONDERRY, Charles Stewart Vane-Tempest Stewart, 6th Marquess of died 8 February 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) LONDONDERRY, Frances Ann, Marchioness of (second wife of the 3rd Marquess) died 20 January 1865 (Durham Directory, 1866) LONDONDERRY, Frederick William Robert Stewart, 4th Marquess of died 25 November 1872 (Durham Directory, 1874) see M29/1 LONDONDERRY,George Henry Robert Charles William Vane-Tempest, 5th Marquis of died 5 November 1884 (Durham Directory, 1885) LONDONDERRY, Mary Cornelia, Dowager Marchioness of (wife of the 5th Marquis) died 19 September 1906 (Durham Directory, 1907) LONG, Archdeacon, rector of Bishopwearmouth died 24 November 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) LONGDEN, Gerald Henry (son of J.A. Longden of Durham, solicitor and official receiver in bankruptcy) died 9 September 1894 (Durham Directory, 1895) LONGDEN, James Appleby, of Ashcroft, Sunderland; formerly of Church Street, solicitor; official receiver for Sunderland and Durham District died 31 March 1904 (Durham Directory, 1905) LONGSTAFF, W.F., saddler of Willington; Liberal in politics; actively supported John Wilson at the parliamentary elections died 13 December 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 LOVE, Joseph, colliery owner died 21 February 1875 (Durham Directory, 1876) LOW, Rev. Canon John, M.A., vicar of Whittonstall from 1872 died 10 February 1888 (Durham Directory, 1889) LOWE, Mrs., of Hallgarth Street (wife of Thomas Lowe, farmer of West Grange Farm for thirty years) died 16 May 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) LOWE, Rev. J.C., M.A., minor canon of Durham and chaplain of Durham Gaol died 4 August 1887 (Durham Directory, 1888) LOWE, Thomas, of Hallgarth Street, farmer died 2 November 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 LOWENBERG, Rev. Joseph, M.A., rector of Penshaw died 10 September 1899 (Durham Directory, 1900) LOWERY, Patrick, of Atherton Street, draper in Framwellgate (retired) died 15 June 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) LOWES, Councillor Charles, of Durham Marble Works died 9 July, 1904 (Durham Directory, 1905) LUKE, James, of Durham Moor Farm, agent to the Dryburn Estate for many years died 12 April 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) LUMLEY, 2nd Lieut. Richard John, heir presumptive to the earldom of Scarborough Killed in action, 17 October 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) LUMSDEN, Miss, eldest daughter of the late James Lumsden, and sister of Councillor J.A. Lumsden died 28 July 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) LUMSDEN, Miss Anne Emily, (sister of J.A. Lumsden, licensed victualler in Durham) died 16 August 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) LUMSDEN, James (senior), ironfounder of Durham City died 8 December 1873 (Durham Directory, 1875) see M29/1 LYON, Miss Kate C., of Silver Street, confectioner died 22 October 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) LYON-BARRINGTON, Francis, of Hetton Hall died 15 January 1877 (Durham Directory, 1878) LYON, W.J., of Palatine View, landscape gardener died 4 February 1901 (Durham Directory, 1902) McBRIDE, Mary Ellen, of Milburngate died 7 March 1911(suicide) (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 McBRIDE, S.S., of Ravensworth Terrace, government auditor for the Durham district died 6 February 1904 (Durham Directory, 1905) McCARTAN, Hugh, of Gilesgate, linen merchant; prominent member of St. Cuthberts R.C. Church died 20 March 1895 (Durham Directory, 1896) McCARTAN, Michael, retired linen draper; formerly of Gilesgate, Durham died 31 October 1906 (Durham Directory, 1907) McCLURG, Isaac, registrar of marriages in the Durham district died 10 December 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) MACDONALD, Major-Gen. Sir Hector died (suicide) 25 March 1903 (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 McDONALD, Martha, of Durham died 21 March 1911, aged 100, (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 McFADDEN, Mrs., of The Avenue, wife of Archibald McFadden superintendent of the Durham district for the Prudential Assurance Co. died 6 April 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 MACFARLANE, Mrs., hostess of the Rose and Crown Hotel, Durham died 28 July 1902 (Durham Directory, 1903) MACFARLANE, William, landlord of the Rose and Crown Hotel, Durham; formerly employed in the hunting stables of the Duke of Buccleugh died 12 December 1902 (Durham Directory, 1903) McGREGOR, James, surveyor to the Durham and Chester-le-Street Highway Board for many years died at Swallowfield, Wilts., 19 November 1898 (Durham Directory, 1899) see M29/1 McINTOSH, Rev. James, vicar of St. Edmunds Church, Gateshead; formerly vicar of Sacriston died 10 March 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) McKENZIE, William Cameron, of 77 Claypath, army veteran died 25 December 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) McKINLAY, Alexander, manager of Messrs. Backhouse's Bank at Middlesbrough, 1891 - 1909, and previously employed by that firm in Durham died 8 October 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 MACKNIGHT, James, fruiterer of Saddler Street, Durham died 25 February 1868 (Durham Directory, 1869) McLAREN, Peter, of East Parks, Brancepeth, farmer; leading member of Durham County Agricultural Society died 19 March 1895 (Durham Directory, 1896) McLEAN, Dr. Donald, assistant to Dr. Stuart of Old Elvet for ten years, but lately a ship's surgeon died c.November 1903 (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 McLEISH, W., photographer died 24 July 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) MACNALLY, Charles of Allergate, founder of a school in Allergate; director of the Durham Gas Co. died 3 January 1888 (Durham Directory, 1889) MADDISON, Edward, of Back Lane, master basket maker; prominent in politics died 24 February 1884 (Durham Directory, 1885) MADDISON, Robert, of Gilesgate, grocer died 15 March 1895 (Durham Directory, 1896) MADDISON, T., formerly a teacher but entered the office of Messrs. Ward and Storey, solicitors in Durham, where he continued to retirement died 24 August 1895 (Durham Directory, 1896) MADDISON, Thomas, solicitor in Durham since 1872 died 16 July 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 MALCOLM, Thomas, of Saddler Street, ironmonger died 17 April 1871 (Durham Directory, 1812) MALCOLM, William Alexander, of Elvet Bridge, china dealer; freemason died 27 July 1889 (Durham Directory, 1890) MALTBY, Rev., canon of The College, Durham died 24 November 1863 (Durham Directory, 1864) MALTBY, Dr. John Westbrook, of Gilesgate, formerly Medical Officer for Durham died 30 September 1899 (Durham Directory, 1900) MANISTY, Rev. James, rector of Basington (formerly incumbent of Shildon for twenty-eight years) died 12 April 1872 (Durham Directory, 1873) see M29/1 MANN, John, of Leazes Place, medical galvanist died 3 September 1882 (Durham Directory, 1883) MARGETSON, Charles, of Croxdale, veteran of the Crimean War died 25 July 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 MARLEY, James, licensed victualler; tenant of several public houses in Durham died 17 June 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 MARRECO, Professor A. Freire, chemist in University of Durham died at Newcastle, 27 February 1882 (Durham Directory, 1883) MARRINER, Matthew, boot and shoe dealer, of Claypath died 28 August 1892 (Durham Directory, 1893) MARSDEN, Thomas died in South Bailey, 29 June 1857 (Durham Directory, 1858) MARSHALL, Charles, of Gilesgate, dentist; later landlord of the Castle Hotel, Bamborough died 3 November 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 MARSHALL, George, of Palace Green, employed by the University of Durham for over fifty years died 9 February 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) MARSHALL, Henry, solicitor, sportsman (son of the late J.D. Marshall) died 2 October 1896 (Durham Directory, 1897) see M29/1 MARSHALL, H.J., solicitor, of Sands House; formerly an alderman of the City died 31 August 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) MARSHALL, John Edwin, solicitor died Claypath, 18 August 1868 (Durham Directory, 1869) MARSHALL, Robert Dixon, formerly a cooper, later a licensed victualler died 27 August 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) MARSHALL, William, solicitor, of Hartlepool died 9 October 1868 (Durham Directory, 1869) MARSHALL, William, of Old Elvet, solicitor; town clerk of Durham died 22 January 1895 (Durham Directory, 1896) MARSHALL William, coachman at Brancepeth Castle; had served the Boyne family for thirty-four years died 23 May 191l (suicide) (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 MARSHALL, Mrs., of Old Elvet (widow of William Marshall, late town clerk of Durham) died 15 April 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) MARSHALL, William Henry, solicitor in Durham and later in West Hartlepool died 27 June 1879 (Durham Directory, 1880) MARSHALL, William Seymour, of Gilesgate, cooper 30 December 1884 (Durham Directory, 1886) MARTIN, C.W., chief agent of the Lambton collieries died 13 June 1903 (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 MARTIN, James William, of Field House, Western Hill, public accountant; organist at St. Oswald's Church died 19 March. 1884 (Durham Directory, 1885) MARTIN, Thomas, corn miller, at Croxdale and, later, at the Market Place Mill in Durham died at Brydlekirk, Annan, 8 January 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) MATTHEW, Charles, of Rhodes Terrace, Neville's Cross, school-teacher died 30 October 1913 (suicide) (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 MAUGHAN, Matthew, of Shincliffe, prominent Wesleyan Methodist local preacher died 21 August 1899 (Durham Directory, 1900) MAW, George, of Bishop Auckland, solicitor died 13 October 1887 (Durham Directory, 1888) MAYNARD, Anthony Lax, of Harewood Grove near Darlington, formerly of Newton Hall near Durham, agriculturalist and sportsman died 7 August 1902 (Durham Directory, 1903) MAYNARD, Crofton, coroner of Easington Ward from 1863 (in succession to his father) died 3 March 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) MAYNARD, T.C., coroner for Easington Ward for over thirty years died 24 May 1863 (Durham Directory, 1864) MAYOR, Rev. W., vicar of Shotton, formerly of Thornley died November 1892 (Durham Directory, 1893) MEADEN, H.P., formerly the choristers' schoolmaster at Durham died 30 June 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) MEGGISON, Turner, of Saddler Street, painter died 10 April 1885 (Durham Directory, 1886) METCALFE, Miss Catherine, headmistress of St. Oswald's Infant School for many years died 15 November 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) MEWBURN Francis, solicitor in Darlington; chief bailiff of Darlington died 11 June 1867 (Durham Directory, 1868) MEYNELL, E.J., of Old Elvet, Judge of Durham County Court from 1873 died 15 January 1901 (Durham Directory, 1902) MEYNELL, Mrs. (widow of Judge Meynell [q.v.]) died at Whitby, 18 March 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 MIDDLETON, Robert Francis, solicitor in Durham died at Western Hill, 12 April 1885 (Durham Directory, 1886) MILBANKE, John M., of Church Street, joiner and builder died 1 May 1894 (Durham Directory, 1895) MILLER, Thomas, of Framwelgate Moor, master shifter and overman at that Colliery died 20 March 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) MILLIGAN, Rev. Dr., Presbyterian minister at Houghton-le-Spring for twenty years; poet died 6 January 1892 (Durham Directory, 1893) MILLS, G.H., of 32 North Road, excise officer died 21 August 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) MILNER, James, 'boots' at the Rose-and Crown Hotel, Durham died 14 July 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) MILLNER, Revd. J.G., vicar of Hamsterley for sixty years died 16 March 1885 (Durham Directory, 1886) MINKS, Robert of Medomsley, master shifter employed at Derwent Colliery died c.Novernber 1904 (suicide) (Durham Directory, 1905) MITCHELL, John, of Chester-le-Street, J.P., miner and shopkeeper; active in public work died 10 September 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 MITCHINSON, William, of North Bailey, assistant secretary and caretaker of the Durham Constitutional Association died 13 May 1903 (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 MITTON, Mrs., wife of Revd. H.A. Mitton, master of Sherburn Hospital died 26 February 1903 (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 MOLE, Roger, of Gilesgate, plasterer died 25 January 1913, aged 92, (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 MONKHOUSE, Samuel, of Pimlico, South Street, butcher died 10 February 1890 (Durham Directory, 1891) MONKHOUSE, Samuel of Millburngate, butcher died 31 July 1891 (Durham Directory, 1892) MONKS, Lieutenant-Colonel, chemist and later seed merchant; pioneer of the Durham Volunteer Movement; director of the Teesdale Lead Mining Co. died 5 August 1896 (Durham Directory, 1897) see M29/1 MOODY, George of Claypath, joiner (with extensive knowledge of Church architecture) died 31 March 1879 (Durham Directory, 1880) MOODY, James, of Shincliffe Colliery, prominent preacher in the Methodist New Connexion died 24 July 1892 (Durham Directory, 1893) MOOR, George, of Durham, solicitor died 3 January 1865 (Durham Directory, 1866) MOORE, John, verger in Durham Cathedral for over thirty-six years died 9 January 1875 (Durham Directory, 1876) MORGAN, Miss Kate B., teacher of dressmaking under the auspices of Durham County Council died 18 November 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 MORGAN, Robert, grocer, of Sherburn Road died 26 January 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 MORLAND, William, of Allergate Terrace, newsagent died 9 January 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) MORRIS, Jacob, of 6 The Avenue, founder of the Jewish Community in Durham died 24 November 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 MORRISON, George, of Shincliffe, evangelist in the Methodist New Connexion died 29 November 1906 (Durham Directory, 1907) MORSON, John, of 47 North Road, formerly a gardener but subsequently landlord of the Station Hotel; a Director of the Spennymoor and Tudhoe Gas Co. and owner of the King William IV Inn in the North Road died 30 October 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 MORTIMER, William, landlord of the Sunderland Bridge Inn, Croxdale, for about thirty years died 25 April 1906 (Durham Directory, 1997) MORTON, Charles, landlord of the Dun Cow Inn, Old Elvet died 1 January 1904 (Durham Directory, 1905) MORTON, Henry, of Biddick, agent to the Lambton estates died 1 November 1870, aged 90, (Durham Directory, 1871) MORTON, John, of Durham City, newspaper reporter died 22 April 1877 (Durham Directory, 1878) MOULE, Right Rev. George Evans, bishop of Mid-China for twenty-six years; brother of the bishop of Durham died 3 March 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 MOULE, Mrs., wife of the bishop of Durham; active in welfare work died 14 July 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) MOULE, Miss Mary Emily, eldest daughter of Bishop Moule died 26 August 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) MOWBRAY, Sir J.R., bart., father of the House of Commons and for fifteen years Conservative M.P. for Durham City died 22 April 1899 (Durham Directory, 1900) MOYES, Councillor James, manager of Messrs. Johnsons' Brewery, Durham died 13 November 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) MURPHY, William D., superintendent of the Consett Division of Durham County Constabulary died 30 November 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 MURRAY, Dr. G.C., of the Avenue; interested in cancer and wrote on the subject died 16 September 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 MUSGRAVE, Sir George, bart. died 29 December 1872 (Durham Directory, 1874) see M29/1 MYERS, John, of Western Hill, entered his father's business; prominent Wesleyan Methodist (son of John Myers, worsted manufacturer) died 27 April 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 MYERS, Rev. John William, B.A. (second son of John Myers of Western Hill) died at Woodford, London, 4 January 1904 (Durham Directory, 1905) MYERS, Mrs., of Western Hill, Durham (wife of John Myers, draper) died 16 May 1906 (Durham Directory, 1907) NEASHAM, George, of Consett, newspaper proprietor, formerly on staff of Durham County Advertiser; author of local historical and biographical works; superintendent registrar of deaths and marriages for the Lanchester Union died 15 January 1903 (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 NEASHAM, Robert, of New Elvet, tailor and outfitter died 29 August 1890 (Durham Directory, 1891) NELSON, John, of the Market Place, saddler died 19 April 1895 (Durham Directory, 1896) NELSON, John Seymour, of the Market Place, saddler died 27 December 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 NESBITT, Christopher, boot and shoe dealer in Claypath, Durham died 7 September 1899 (Durham Directory, 1900) NESBITT, C.J., of Newton Grange Farm died 3 August 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) NESBITT, J., of the Woodman Inn, Gilesgate, member of the City Rugby team died 6 May 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) NEW, W.R., secretary to the Durham Co-operative Society for forty-three years died 25 July 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 NEW, Mrs., wife of W.R. New [q.v.] died 2 September 1902 (Durham Directory, 1903) NEWBERRY, Mrs., matron of Durham Penitentiary for thirty-five years died 27 March 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) NEWBY, Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of G.D. Newby of North Bailey died 19 November 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 NEWBY, George Dixon, of North Bailey, plumber to the Dean and Chapter; sportsman died 15 November 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) NEWBY, Henry, of Pittington, Hallgarth, agriculturalist died 27 September 1867 (Durham Directory, 1868) NEWMAN, John, weighman at Page Bank Colliery; prominent Primitive Methodist died 27 June 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 NEWTON, E.R., member of the commercial staff of the Durham Advertiser for thirty years died 26 September 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 NEWTON, George, formerly art master at Durham died in London, 23 January 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) NEWTON, Lancelot, of Hallgarth Street, sexton and verger at St. Oswald's, Durham died 8 June 1906 (Durham Directory, 1907) NICHOL, Rev. John Scrymsour, vicar of Hetton-le-Hole for more than twenty-five years died 20 February 1877 (Durham Directory, 1878) NICHOLS, Percy, of Durham, draper's traveller died 13 May 1906 (Durham Directory, 1907) NICHOLSON, Harle, of Sherburn, builder and cartwright; extensive property owner in Sherburn village died 12 Martch 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) NICHOLSON, Rev. T., vicar of Shotton died 7 April 1901 (Durham Directory, 1902) NICHOLSON, W.E., of Consett, president of the Durham Colliery Enginemen's Association died 19.Oc.tober 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 NICHOLSON, William, esq., J.P., a principal iron merchant and ship-owner in Sunderland died 12 September 1865 (Durham Directory, 1866) NIMMO, William, of Castle Eden, head of the firm of Messrs. Nimmo, brewers died 28 April 1901 (1902) NORMAN, Solomon, of North Road, hosier (one of the oldest tradesmen in the city) died 4 April 1891 (Durham Directory, 1892) NORTHUMBERLAND, Sir Algernon Percy, 4th duke of died 12 February 1865 (Durham Directory, 1866) NORTHUMBERLAND, George Percy, 5th duke of died 22 August 1867 (Durham Directory, 1868) NUTTON Mrs., Alexandria Crescent, wife of John Nutton, lay-clerk at Durham Cathedral died 21 February 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) OFFICER, Rev. Joseph, superintendent minister of Durham Wesleyan circuit died Gilesgate, 20 December 1879 (Durham Directory, 1881) OLDHAM, Samuel, of Framwelgate, J.P., proprietor of a foundry and engineering business in Durham died 5 September 1892 (Durham Directory, 1893) OLDROYD, Rev. W.R., late vicar of Haswell to which he was appointed in 1870 died 12 June 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 OLIVER, E.A., landlord of the Bridge Hotel, North Road died 17 February 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) OLIVER, John, of Durham, ironmonger, horse-dealer, bone-setter died 23 March 1878 (Durham Directory, 1879) OLIVER, John, of Thornley, assistant overseer of that parish and clerk to the parish council; prominent Oddfellow died 20 February 1896 (Durham Directory, 1897) see M29/1 OLIVER, Nicholas, surgeon died Durham,, 11 June 1858 (Durham Directory, 1859) OLIVER, W.H., solicitor of Durham; keen sportsman and volunteer died 10 October 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 OLIVER, William, of New Close House, Sacriston, 'connected with the trade and commerce of Sacriston all his life' died 4 January 1892 (Durham Directory, 1893) ORD, Mrs., wife of George Ord, architect, of the Avenue, Durham died 16 November 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 ORD, John, of Western Hill, Durham died 13 May 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) ORD, Robinson, of North Road, retired publican; manager of the King William IV Inn, North Road, for many years died 23 October 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 ORDISH, G.S., of Rosehill, Norton, formerly pastor of Norton Road Congregational Church, later county councillor and chairman of Durham County Education Committee died 9 October 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) ORMSBY, Canon E.R., rector of Hartlepool for forty-one years died 22 November 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) ORNSBY, Rev. George, formerly a solicitor in Durham, later, curate of Sedgefield and Whickham in County Durrham, and finally vicar of Fishlake near Doncaster; edited the Surtees Society volume on the household books of Lord William Howard died 17 April 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) ORNSBY, John Arthur, of North Bailey, solicitor and sportsman died 28 March 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) OSWALD, Peter of Harraton Hall, noted north country agriculturalist and member of the Chester-le-Street Board of Guardians for over thirty years died 16 November 1904 (Durham Directory, 1905) OXLEY, John Thomas, of Saddler Street, commission agent found shot, 24 November 1898 (Durham Directory, 1899) see M29/1 OXLEY, John, of Park Hill Farm, Coxhoe, feeder of fat stock died 6 May 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 OXNARD, John of Hallgarth Street, clerk in the office of clerk of the peace died 10 July 1882 (Durham Directory, 1883) PALLISTER, William, blacksmith, of Crossgate died 19 January 1894 (Durham Directory, 1895) PALMER, Sir Charles Mark, bart., M.P. for Jarrow; shipbuilder died 4 June 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) PALMER, Ellen, of Sidegate accidentally shot, 31 December 1898 (Durham Directory, 1899) see M29/1 PALMER, Nicholas, of North Road, butcher died 21 April 1894 (Durham Directory, 1895) PARKE, Dr. Thomas Heazle, medical officer of Stanley's Emin Pasha Relief expedition died 11 September 1893 (Durham Directory, 1894) PARKER, George, of the Peth, agent of the Prudential Assurance Co. died 23 November 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) PARKER, Rev. George, Wesleyan Methodist minister at Chester-le-Street died 23 July 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 PARKER, Thomas Preston, M.D., of Sunderland where he practised for over twenty-five years died 20 September 1865 (Durham Directory, 1866) PARKER, William, of South Street, sometime clerk to the dean and chapter; a famous cricketer died, 18 September 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 PARKINSON, George, of Sherburn, president of the Miners' Permanent Relief Fund for over twenty-five years; the grand old man of Northern Methodism died 18 January 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 PARKINSON, Mrs. George, of Sherburn died 24 November 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 PARRINGTON, John, agent for the Brancepeth and Sedgefield estates died Brancepeth, 22 February 1875 (Durham Directory, 1876) PARSONS, J., student at St. Chad's Hall died in a boating accident, 24 February 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 PATRICK, John, of Hallgarth Street, solicitor died 24 January 1885 (Durham Directory, 1886) PATRICK, Mrs., of Kepier Lodge, wife of John Patrick, solicitor died 28 October 1904 (Durham Directory, 1905) PATTERSON, Alderman William Hammond, of North Road, corresponding secretary of Durham Miners' Association died 16 July 1896 (Durham Directory, 1897) see M29/1 PATTISON, J.A., of Elvet Bridge, cabinet-maker and upholsterer died 18 November 1904 (Durham Directory, 1905) PATTISON, Mrs. (widow of John Arthur Pattison, she and her husband worked in the family furnishing business on Elvet Bridge) died 22 January 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) PATTISON, John, of Gateshead, analytica1 chemist died 23 March 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 PAXTON, H.T., of Gilesgate, yeast merchant died 3 March 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 PEACOCK, Dr. George, dean of Ely died 8 November 1857 (Durham Directory, 1859) PEACOCK, George, of Elvet Bridge, cabinet-rnaker and dealer in antique furniture died 13 May 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 PEACOCK, William, of Chapel Passage, coachman died 12 April 1899 (Durham Directory, 1900) PEACOCK, William Thomas, of Bearpark Lodge Farm, Witton Gilbert, where he had farmed for twenty-eight years died 2 July 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 PEARS, George, of Witton House, Witton-le-Wear, colliery owner died 16 March (entry under 13 May) 1904 (Durham Directory, 1905) PEARSON, Abraham, of Sleetburn Villa near Durham, manager of New Brancepeth Collieries died 11 August 1887 (Durham Directory, 1888) PEARSON, George, of Durham, cutler and-general smith; musician and herald to the judges died 26 August 1887 (Durham Directory, 1888) PEARSON, John Loughborough, R.A., architect; descended from old Durham families died 11 December 1897 (Durham Directory, 1898) PEARSON, Peter, of Witton Gilbert (son of the last landlord of the old White Smocks Inn) died 10 January 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) PEARSON, Robert, of Back Lane, plasterer died 26 September 1895 (Durham Directory, 1896) PEARSON, Skelton, retired sergeant in Durham City Police; formerly a carpet weaver died 4 May 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 PEARSON, William Hunton, for many years clerk to the parish council and collector of rates at West Rainton died 24 January 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) PEASE, Charles, businessman died 8 July 1873 (Durham Directory, 1874) see M29/1 PEASE, Edward, railway promote died Northgate, Darlington, 31 July 1858 (Durham Directory, 1859) PEASE, Gurney, partner in the family firms; temperance advocate died 10 June 1872 (Durham Directory, 1873) see M29/1 PEASE, John Beaumont died at North Lodge, Darlington, 12 November 1873 (Durham Directory, 1874) see M29/1 PEASE, Joseph, of Southend, Darlington, M.P. for South Durham, 1832 - 1841 died 8 February 1872 (Durham Directory, 1873) see M29/1 PEASE, Joseph Beaumont, managing partner of Messrs. Gilkes, Wilson, Pease & Co., ironfounders died 5 July 1873 (Durham Directory, 1874) see M29/1 PEASE, Sir Joseph Whitwell, bart., chairman of N.E.R. and M.P. from 1865 for South Durham and, later, for the Barnard Castle Division died 23 June 1903 (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 PEEL, George, of Langley Park, master wasteman at that colliery; Wesleyan Methodist local preacher died 20 January 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 PEELE, Dr. Edward, at one time a chorister in Durham Cathedral; later qualified as a doctor and worked in Dublin died 18 February 1881 (Durham Directory, 1882) PEELE, Edward, of Durham, J.P., lay clerk, deputy registrar and chapter clerk; councillor died 14 April 1883(Durham Directory, 1884) PEELE, H.A., junior, pharmaceutical chemist, Saddler Street died 30 October 1869 (Durham Directory, 1870) PEELE, Henry Anthony, clerk in the Probate Office and Bishop' Registry died 7 March 1878 (Durham Directory, 1879) PEELE, John Edward, J.P., veterinary surgeon and livery stable proprietor died 12 January 1906 (Durham Directory, 1907) PEELE, Mrs. J.E., of New Elvet (widow of J.E. Peele [q.v.]) died 9 April 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 PEELE, Richardson of Claypath, solicitor; clerk to the dean and chapter and secretary to three bishops of Durham; councillor for Durham; mayor in 1889 died 22 August 18 2 (Durham Directory, 1893) PEELE, Richardson (Dick), assistant master at King's School, Ely (fourth son of John Edward Peele of Durham, J.P.) died 5 January 1894 (Durham Directory, 1895) PEELE, William, deputy receiver etc., for the dean and chapter of Durham, for forty-six years died 20 January 1873 (Durham Directory, 1874) see M29/1 PEGGE, Mrs. J.T. (wife of the surveyor to the city council) died 6 December 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) PEISER, John, of Manchester, businessman died 5 March 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) PELLING, A.J., chief clerk at Durham prison for several years and hon. secretary of Durham Bowling Club died 5 February 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 PEMBERTON, R.L., of Hawthorn Towers (father of J.S.G. Pemberton, M.P.) died 21 June 1901 (Durham Directory, 1902) PERCIVAL, E.D., formerly of Durham, artist died 20 April 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 PERKINS, Lieutenant-Colonel, of Birtley Hall, partner in Birtley Iron Works and Ouston Coal Co. died 1 October 1871 (Durham Directory, 1872) PERKINS, Charles, of Carham-on-Tweed, industrialist and race-horse owner died 25 August 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) PERRY, Rev. E.L., minister in the United Methodist Church and superintendent of the Durham circuit died 23 December 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 PESCOD, John, of Neville Street, manager for the Consett Iron Co. for over thirty years; took over Framwelgate Brick and Tile works died 3 October 1896 (Durham Directory, 1897) see M29/1 PETCH, William, landlord for many years of the Half Moon Hotel, New Elvet, and farmer at Arbour House Farm died 11 October 1878 (Durham Directory, 1879) PEVERALL, George, of Crook Hall Farm, farmer and common carrier died 19 February 1882 (Durham Directory, 1883) PHALP, George, of Haswell, surveyor and sanitary inspector for the Easington Union; prominent Wesleyan Methodist died 29 June 1899 (Durham Directory, 1900) PHILLIPS, Miss Mary, milliner, of North Road; once had practically the whole of the county millinery trade died 2 November 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 PHILLIPS, William, of the Avenue, head clerk and manager at Ainsley's printing works and mustard mills in Waddington Street, Durham; musician and organist in various churches died 30 September 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 PHILLPOTTS, Right Rev. Henry, bishop of Exeter died 18 September 1869 (Durham Directory, 1870) PIPER, Rev. David, incumbent of Sadberge, near Darlington died at Boulogne 17 September 1861 (Durham Directory, 1862) PLACE, Thomas, prominent Wesleyan Methodist; for thirty years employed in Hill's grocery business, Elvet Bridge died 7 April 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) PLATT, Very Rev. Ralph, D.D., provost of the R.C. diocese of Hexham and Newcastle, and formerly priest of St. Cuthbert's Church, Durham died February 1874 (Durham Directory, 1875) see M29/1 PLEWS, Nathaniel, of Darlington, J.P., manager for many years of the banking firm of Backhouse & Co. died 12 November 1859 (Durham Directory, 1860) PLEWS, Thomas Robert Maddison, of Woodlands, Darlington, former mayor of that town died 12 June 1885 (Durham Directory, 1886) PLUMMER, J., of Cockton Hill, Bishop Auckland, assistant inspector of mines in Durham for twenty-one years died 27 July 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 PLUMMER, Matthew died Gateshead, 25 December 1856 (Durham Directory, 1658) POOLE, Rev. Robert Henry, rector of West Rainton died 7 March 1875 (Durham Directory, 1876) POTTS, Christopher Thomas, solicitor and clerk to Sunderland borough magistrates died Cleadon Hall, 11 June 1864 (Durham Directory, 1865) POTTS, J., schoolmaster of Ushaw Moor died 7 March 1902 (Durham Directory, 1903) POTTS, Thomas, headmaster of West Herrington Schools for over twenty-five years died 20 July 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) PRATT, John, of Durham City, surgeon died 6 September 1884 (Durham Directory, 1885) PREST, Ven. Edward, archdeacon of Durham, rector of Gateshead for twenty years and then Ryton died 26 October 1882 (Durham Directory, 1883) PRESTON, Right Revd. Richard, Auxiliary Bishop of the R.C. Diocese of Hexham and Newcastle; formerly professor at Ushaw College died 10 February 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) PRICE, Edwin, rector of Sedgefield and hon. canon of Durham; archdeacon of Auckland died 16 March, 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) PRICE, John Henry, lay clerk of Durham Cathedral died 5 July 1877 (Durham Directory, 1878) PRIESTMAN, Jonathan, of Derwent Lodge, Shotley Bridge, J.P., colliery owner died 21 December 1888 (Durham Directory, 1890) PRINCE, Captain, R.N., of Shincliffe Hall died 11 October 1867 (Durham Directory, 1868) PRINGLE, Henry, of Ashfield Terrace, Chester-le-Street, confectioner; active Primitive Methodist died 18 October 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 PRINGLE, Thomas Henry, chemical engineer at Friar's Goose Chemical Works, Gateshead died 13 October 1875 (Durham Directory, 1876) PRINGLE William, formerly of Western Hill, brick manufacturer died 20 April 1895 (Durham Directory, 1896) PRITCHARD, Dr. Ireton George died c.16 November 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 PROCTER, Mrs., mayoress of Durham died 13 July 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) PROCTER, George, stationer and printer in Durham died in Gilesgate, 3 March 1881 (Durham Directory, 1882) PROCTOR, Rev. T., M.A. (Dunelm), vicar of Tweedmouth parish; previously curate at Berwick died 22 August 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) PROCTOR, William, curator of Durham University museum died January 1877 (Durham Directory, 1878) PROCTOR, William, formerly clerk in the dean and chapter Offices; and noted cricketer died 25 December 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) PROUD, John, publican and bookmaker; formerly a draper's assistant in Durham died 18 March 1904 (suicide) (Durham Directory, 1905) PROUDFOOT, Mrs. Elizabeth of Old Elvet, formerly landlady of the Hare and Hounds Hotel, New Elvet died 19 February 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) PROUDFOOT, William, landlord of the Hare and Hounds Hotel, New Elvet died 8 October 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 PUNSHON, Thomas, of Crossgate, mason died 1 July 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) PYLE, Robert, traveller and formerly grocer in Durham c.30 March 1900 (Entry sub. 7 April) (Durham Directory, 1901) PYLE, Thomas, auctioneer died 13 January 1877 (Durham Directory, 1878) RAINE, Rev. James, D.C.L. died 6 December 1858 (Durham Directory, 1859) RAINE, James, surveyor, and inspector of nuisances to Durham Sanitary Authority died South Street, 10 November 1881 (Durham Directory, 1882) RAINE, Jonathan of New Elvet, weaver; prominent Oddfellow died 28 September 1891 (Durham Directory, 1892) RAMSAY, John Allsop, mining engineer, formerly manager of several collieries in the vicinity of Durham died 24 May 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 RAMSAY, J.T., of Park Head Hall, mining engineer who took a prominent part in the development of the Durham Coalfield; later managed collieries at Derwenthaugh, Winlaton and Blaydon died 1 January 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 RAMSAY, Capt. W.H., chief officer of the Northumberland and Durham collieries rescue brigade died 6 June 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 RAMSAY, William, of West Pelton Lodge, colliery manager died 18 December 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) RAMSBOTTOM, John, of Silver Street, pork butcher died 22 November 1902 (Durham Directory, 1903) RAMSHAW, Mrs., wife of George Ramshaw, grocer, of Waddington Street; active in church work (St. Margaret's) died 20 November 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 RAMSHAW, William, brewer, former manager of the Union Bank died 13 January 1873 (Durham Directory, 1874) see M29/1 RAMSHAW, William, printer on staff of the Newcastle Chronicle died September 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 RANDELL, Rev. Dr. Thomas, Rector of Ryton; principal of Bede Training College, 1885 - 1892 died 16 April 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) RAVENSWORTH, Atholl Charles John Liddell, 3rd earl died 7 February 1904 (Durham Directory, 1905) RAVENSWORTH, Henry George Liddell, 2nd earl, M.P. for South Northumberland, 1852 - 1878 died 22 July 1903 (Durham Directory, 1994) RAVENSWORTH, Henry Thomas Liddell, 1st earl died 19 March 1878 (Durham Directory, 1879) READ, Rev. J.G. Freear, M.A., vicar of Sherburn died 7 April 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) REVELY, Henry, of North Road, grocer and amateur vocalist died 12 January 1892 (Durham Directory, 1893) REVELY, Mrs. (widow of Henry Revely [q.v.]) died 28 June 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) REYNOLDS, Major, of Victoria Terrace, Western Hill, served for over thirty-four years in India; linguist and Hebrew scholar died 18 October 1880 (Durham Directory, 1881) RHYMER, William, of Tudhoe Colliery, prominent Primitive Methodist died 13 April 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 RICHARDS, Rev. James, first vicar of Hunwick died 4 July 1883 (Durham Directory, 1884) RICHARDSON, Albert, of the Peth, proprietor of a printing and school stationery business in Crossgate (son of the late Alderman T.R. Richardson) died 29 October 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 RICHARDSON, Edwin, of Sunderland, J.P. (brother of Joseph Richardson [q.v.]) died 23 September 1902 (Durham Directory, 1903) RICHARDSON, Mrs. G.W., matron of Durham Workhouse for nearly twenty-five years died 7 January 1902 (Durham Directory, 1903) RICHARDSON, Henry, of Durham, printer died 2 January 1908 (found drowned) (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 RICHARDSON, Alderman Joseph, J.P., of Potto Hall, Cleveland, mayor of Stockton and vice-chairman of Durham County Council; M.P. for S.E. Durham for many years (brother of Edwin Richardson [q.v.]) died 25 September 1902 (Durham Directory, 1903) RICHARDSON, Margaret, of John Street, Pelton Fell Colliery died 18 February 1906 (Durham Directory, 1907) RICHARDSON, Matthew, of Broom, near Durham, farmer died 18 November 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) RICHARDSON, Norman, of Field House, West Rainton died 26 October 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 RICHARDSON, Thomas, M.A., Ph.D., professor of chemistry in University of Durham died 17 July 1867 (Durham Directory, 1868) RICHARDSON, Thomas Robinson, printer, stationer and school furnisher; formerly councillor and alderman of Durham City died 11 September 1893 (Durham Directory, 1894) RICHMOND, Rev. Canon Henry James, vicar of Sherburn since 1872 and chaplain of Durham County Penitentiary for thirty-four years died 26 April 1898 (Durham Directory, 1899) see M29/1 RICKERBY, Joseph, of 12 Allergate, baker; prominent freemason died 29 May 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) RICKERBY, Councillor Thomas, of Framwelgate Bridge, baker and confectioner died 6 March 1897 (Durham Directory, 1898) RICKERBY, Mrs. (widow of late councillor Thomas Rickerby [q.v.]) died 5 September 1995 (Durham Directory, 1906) RICKERBY, Thomas, of Framwelgate Bridge, confectioner died 3 August 1906 (Durham Directory, 1907) RIDLEY, George, of Abbey View Gardens, gardener died 13 March 1895 (Durham Directory, 1896) RIDLEY, George, of West Stanley, for many years chairman of Chester-le-Street Board of Guardians and R.D.C. died 17 June 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) RIDLEY, Sir Matthew White, of Blagdon, Northumberland, bart. died 25 September 1677 (Durham Directory, 1878) RIDLEY, Rev. Henry Richard, of North Bailey, first incumbent of parish of St. Cuthbert, where he served, 1858 - 1894 (son of Sir M.W. Ridley of Blagdon, 3rd bart.) died 16 July 1901 (Durham Directory, 1902) RIPPON, Valentine, of Rogerley Hall, J.P. died 16 February 1881 (Durham Directory, 1882) ROBERT, Fr. Edward Joseph, R.C. priest at Sacriston died 16 December 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 ROBERT, John Philip Joseph, hairdresser and perfumer of Elvet Bridge; hairdresser at Ushaw College died 16 May 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) ROBERTS, Major Frederick John (son of Capt. and Mrs. Roberts of Hollingside) died 17 October 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) ROBERTS, H.W., formerly store-keeper at Durham prison, and a founder of Durham City Bowling Club died 13 April 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) ROBERTS, Llewelyn, member of Durham Cathedral choir died 20 May 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 ROBERTS, Richard, 'sandwichman' in Durham; said to be heir to a considerable fortune died 31 May 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) ROBERTSON, George, junior, hosier died 5 September 1884 (Durham Directory, 1885) ROBERTSON, Mrs. Margaret Gordon Bannerman (widow of Joseph Robertson) died 2 January 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 ROBERTSON, Rev. William Henry, minor canon of Durham Cathedral died 2 August 1885 (Durham Directory, 1886) ROBERTSON, William Law, proprietor of the Durham Chronicle and former mayor of Durham died 2 April 1882 (Durham Directory, 1883) ROBINSON, Francis, of Crossgate, artist died 11 November 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) ROBINSON, George of Gilesgate, retired grocer died 18 February 1895 (Durham Directory, 1896) ROBINSON, Isaac, of Tenter Terrace, porter at Durham Railway Station for about twenty-one years died 7 September 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 ROBINSON, John, fruiterer, of Claypath died 12 April 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 ROBINSON, Ralph, of Old Elvet, cabinet maker died 21 March 1880 (Durham Directory, 1881) ROBINSON, Thomas, of Sherburn died 28 June 1867 (Durham Directory, 1868) ROBINSON, W., J.P. died Church Street, 8 October [1875] (Durham Directory, 1876) ROBINSON, William, J.P., of Hetton-le-hole, miners leader; one of the first miners representatives on Durham County Council died 9 February 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 ROBSON C., of Western Hill, formerly a member of the City Council and prominent in social, commercial and public life died 18 February 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 ROBSON, Dr. E.S., of North Bailey, succeeded his father, Dr. R.N. Robson [q.v.] in practice; consulting surgeon to Durham County Hospital died 25 January 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 ROBSON, George, alderman, four times mayor of Durham died in Old Elvet, 1 January 1873 (Durham Directory, 1874) see M29/1 ROBSON, Councillor Henry, of Melkridge House, Gilesgate, J.P., builder died 30 Decembey 1884 (Durham Directory, 1886) ROBSON, Mrs. Henry, of Melkridge House, Gilesgate died 17 November 1897 (Durham Directory, 1898) ROBSON, Alderman Herbert, mayor of Durham in 1879 died 7 June 1888 (Durham Directory, 1889) ROBSON, Mrs. Jane, postmistress at West Rainton died 1 December 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 ROBSON, J.G., of Framwelgate Moor, winding engineman at that colliery for fifty years died 22 February 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 ROBSON, Alderman Robert, of Belle Vue House, joiner and builder; mayor in 1858, 1866, 1867 died 1 December 1886 (Durham Directory, 1888) ROBSON, Robert Naisbit, M.R.C.S., L.S.A., of North Bailey, medical practicioner in Durham for nearly fifty years died 9 November 1888 (Durham Directory, 1889) ROBSON, Thomas of Lumley Thicks, manager of Lord Durham's Lumley and Harraton collieries; extensive coalowner in Northumberland and Ireland died 17 January 1890 (Durham Directory, 1891) ROBSON, Thomas, formerly of Durham, cabinet-maker and landlord of the Wheat Sheaf Inn, Elvet Bridge died 26 October 1895 (Durham Directory, 1896) ROBSON, William, formerly upholsterer in Durham; his firm was taken over by Mrs. Pattison and carried on as A. Pattison & Co. died 19 April 1888 (Durham Directory, 1889) ROBSON, William, for many years employed by Messrs. Hutchinson and Greenwell, wine and spirit merchants in Durham died 22 June 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 ROGERS, Arthur Thomas, B.A., tutor at Bow School died 14 December 1887 (Durham Directory, 1888) ROGERS, Rev. Percy, Rector of Simonburn for twenty-six years; hon. canon of Durham died 21 January 1910 (Durham Directory, 111) ROGERS, Dr. Thomas, M.A., minor canon of Durham; precentor, 1872 - 1884 died 12 February 1899 (Durham Directory, 1900) ROGERSON, John of Croxdale Hall, J.P., prominent in the iron, steel and coal industries and in ship-owning; 'self-made man' died 6 February 1894 (Durham Directory, 1895) ROGERSON, Capt. W.E., adjutant of the 12th D.L.I.; formerly of Walworth Castle died 14 November 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) ROLLIN, William, butcher in Durham for over sixty years died 15 January,1894 (Durham Directory, 1895) ROSE, Henry, postmaster of Bishop Auckland died 4 July 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 ROSS-LEWIN, Canon George H., vicar of Benfieldside died 22 December 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 ROWLANDSON, Col. Christopher, of N. Bailey, J.P., chief agent for the dean and chapter died 8 May 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 ROWLANDSON, Lieut. C.O. (son of the late Col. Rowlandson of Durham) died 16 Apri1 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 ROWLANDSON, Samuel, of the College, chief land agent to the dean and chapter died 22 February 1883 (Durham Directory, 1884) ROWLANDSON, W.K., captain in the 4th (Durham City) Rifle Volunteers and sometime lieutenant in the North Durham Militia died 21 November 1884 (Durham Directory, 1885) RUDDOCK, George, of Messrs. Ruddock and Fletcher, cabinet-makers and upholsterers, New Elvet died 14 April 1880 (Durham Directory, 1881) RULE, Harry Radcliffe, of Durham, oarsman and racing cyclist died 19 January 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 RULE, Roger of Gilesgate, slater; active in local and parochial affairs died 15 April 1891 (Durham Directory, 1892) RUSHWORTH, R., of Saddler Street, gilder 30 July 1883 (Durham Directory, 1884) RUSHWORTH, Mrs. Thomas, of South Street, daughter of the late Henry Peele of North Bailey died 15 June 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 RUSHWORTH, Walter (eldest son of T. Rushworth of the Saddler Street Art Gallery) died 27 November 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) RUSSELL, John George, of Prospect House, Shincliffe general manager and cashier to Messrs. Ferens and Love colliery owners; ardent Methodist died 1 August 1894 (Durham Directory, 1895) RUTHERFORD, James, land-agent, served for many years under H. Morton at Lambton died 12 May 1867 (Durham Directory, 1868) RUTHERFORD, John, of Willington, head engineer at Messrs. Strakers and Love's Brancepeth collieries died 1 March 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 RUTHERFORD, John, of 8 Boyd Street, formerly a butcher in New Elvet and later a carting contractor died 12 June 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) RUTHERFORD, T., of Old Elvet, passenger guard on the N.E.R died 22 December 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) RUTHERFORD, Thomas, of May Street, gardener died 23 September 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) RUTHERFORD, Dr. W.A., formerly house surgeon at Durham County Hospital died in Mafeking, 27 November 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 RYAN, Right Rev. Vincent William, bishop of Mauritius, rector of Stanhope from 1883 died 11 January 1888 (Durham Directory, 1889) RYLE, Matthew, land-agent and farmer died in Old Elvet, 19 January 1881 (Durham Directory, 1882) SALKELD, Ralph, employed at Lloyds Bank, Birtley (son of R.W. Salkeld of Gilesgate) died 18 August 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 SALKELD, Ralph W., manager of the Durham County Advertiser died 14 June 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 SALVIN, Gerard, of Croxdale Wood House near Durham, race-horse owner died 22 October 1870 (Durham Directory, 1871 SALVIN, Henry Thomas Thornton, J.P., of Croxdale Hall died 19 September 1897 (Durham Directory, 1898) SALVIN, Mrs. (widow of H.T.T. Salvin of Croxdale Hall) died 28 May 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 SALVIN, Marmaduke Charles, J.P. of Burn Hall, Durham died 27 December 1885 (Durham Directory, 1887) SANDERSON, James, resident engineer of Sunnybrow Colliery since 1890 buried 2 January 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 SANDERSON, Miss Mary (daughter of Alderman Sanderson of May Street) died 4 September 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) SANDERSON, Councillor Ralph, builder and contractor of Gilesgate died 5 April 1891 (Durham Directory, 1892) SANDERSON, Alderman William, 'father of the City Council'; baker and confectioner for many years in New Elvet died 4 February 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 SANDERSON, Mrs. (widow of Alderman William Sanderson) died 30 April 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 SARSFIELD, Thomas, of Crossgate, auctioneer in Durham died 16 October 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) SCANNELL, Father, R.C. parish priest of Birtley died 5 April 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 SCARBOROUGH, John Lumley Savile, 8th earl died 29 October 1856 (Durham Directory, 1857) SCAWIN, Thomas, J.P., of Market Place, saddler died 18 October 1892 (Durham Directory, 1893) SCOTT, F.R., police inspector at Spennymoor died 24 April 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 SCOTT, George, schoolmaster, of Chester-le-Street died 29 December 1884 (Durham Directory, 1886) SCOTT, Thomas Lamb, of Western Hill, butcher died 5 November 1891 (Durham Directory, 1892) SCOTT, W.M., draper of Old Elvet died 29 September 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 SEAR, William Henry, coachman to Coroner Maynard of Croftonholme, Durham died 30 November 1903 (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 SEED, Robert of Lambton Street, papermaker; prominent member of Durham Co-operative Society died 28 October 1901 (Durham Directory, 1902) SELLARS, William, out-porter at Durham railway station for many years died 24 December 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 SEWELL, George, of New Elvet, member of Durham Cathedral choir; photographer and water-colour painter died 19 February 1899 (Durham Directory, 1900) SEWELL, William, tailor in Saddler Street died 24 November 1891 (Durham Directory, 1892) SEYBURN, Councillor James, of New Elvet, coach builder; prominent freemason died 11 November 1896 (Durham Directory, 1897) see M29/1 SEYBURN, Mrs., of New EIvet (widow of councillor James Seyburn [q.v.]) died 11 March 191l (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 SHADFORTH, General Henry died Newcastle, 30 March 1866 (Durham Directory, 1867) SHADFORTH, Thomas, auctioneer and general dealer of North Road; also sheriff's officer and a deacon of the Congregational Church died 12 February 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) SHADFORTH, Councillor William, upholsterer, furniture dealer, and auctioneer died 24 September 1895 (Durham Directory, 1896) SHADFORTH, William Ridley (eldest son of the late William Shadforth, auctioneer) died 2 February 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 SHAFTO, Rev. Arthur Duncombe, rector of Brancepeth from 1854; prominent in public life as a magistrate and alderman in Durham County Council died 27 February 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) SHAFTO, Capt. Arthur Duncombe, D.S.O., killed in France died 4 September 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) SHAFTO, Lieutenant Charles Duncombe, of 1st Battalion D.L.I. Killed in action, 5 February 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) SHAFTO, Charles Ottiwell Duncombe, of 9 South Bailey, J.P., barrister and sportsman died 22 January 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) SHAFTO, George Duncombe (son of Charles D. Shafto of the Grove) died 2 May 1900 (but see entry under 1 November 1900) (Durham Directory, 1901) SHAFTO, R.C. Duncombe, of, Whitworth Hall died 24 August 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 SHAFTO, Robert Duncombe, of Whitworth Park, M.P. for North Durham 1847 - 1868 died 22 March 1889 (Durham Directory, 1890) SHAFTO, Robert Ingram, solicitor in Durham died 10 May 1881 (Durham Directory, 1882) SHAW, Mr., chief agent for Earl Vane at Seaham Harbour died 21 November 1866 (Durham Directory, 1867) SHAW, George Stanwick, manager of Messrs. Plews brewery in Old Elvet for nearly twenty-five years; organist at St. Cuthbert's Church died 22 January 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 SHAW, George of Old Elvet, surgeon died 20 February 1870 (Durham Directory, 1871) SHAW, James, of Saddler Street, grocer died 16 July 1883 (Durham Directory, 1884) SHEARER, John, coke yard inspector at Bearpark for thirty years died 26 January 1906 (Durham Directory, 1907) SHEPHERD, Isaac, of Arbour House near Durham, farmer died 26 March 1899 (Durham Directory, 1900) SHEPHERD, John, of Castle Chare, slater died 8 February 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) SHEPHERD, John Willis, of Neville's Cross, one of the surviving Durham Volunteers who attended the Edinburgh Review of 1864 died 15 July 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 SHEPHERD, Robert, of Arbour House, farmer; successful cattle breeder died 15 December 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) SHIEL, John, of 6 Windsor Terrace, Newcastle, J.P., (formerly of Sniperley Hall, Durham); prominent in the coal trade and in public life; manager of Framwelgate Moor Colliery for over twenty-five years died 13 January 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) SHIELD, William Percival, of Littleburn Colliery, miner with literary talent; frequently wrote in the Durham Chronicle as 'An Aud Pitman' died 9 March 1895 (Durham Directory, 1896) SHIELDS, John, of Western Lodge, J.P.; prominent in church, and other public works died 1 December 1891 (Durham Directory, 1892) SHIELDS, William died Lanchester Lodge, 15 May 1860 (Durham Directory, 1861) SHIPLEY, Thomas, of Dragon Villa near Durham, grocer, and Primitive Methodist local preacher died 2 June 1902 (Durham Directory, 1903) SHIPPERDSON, Edward, J.P., D.L., of the Bailey died 28 December 1855 (Durham Directory, 1857) SHIPPERDSON, Thomas Henry, traveller and sportsman (only son of Rev. E.H. Shipperdson of the Hermitage) died 28 April 1872 (Durham Directory, 1873) see M29/1 SHIPPERDSON, Rev. T.R., vicar of Woodhorn (formerly of St. Mary-le-Bow, Durham) died 18 June 1865 (Durham Directory, 1866) SHORTT, Mrs. (widow of the late Rev. Edward Shortt, vicar of Woodhorn) died 18 April 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) SIMEY, Ralph, of the College, solicitor, clerk of the peace for County Durham and chief clerk to the County Council died 24 June1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 SIMMINS, Rev. Jacob Henry Atkin, M.A., vicar of St. Thomas, Westoe died 28 July 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) SIMPSON, John, of Atherton Street, time-keeper employed by the Gas Co.; formerly a mustard manufacturer died August 1908 (Entry under 28 August) (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 SIMPSON, Joseph, J.P., of West House, near Whitburn, chairman of the River Wear Commission died 29 July 1861 (Durham Directory, 1862) SKEEN, Dr. William St. John, medical superintendent of Sedgefield Asylum died 13 November 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 SKIPSEY, Rev. Richard, incumbent, of St. Thomas Church, Bishopwearmouth died 17 February 1808 (Durham Directory, 1869) SKIPSEY, W.J., of Laburnum Avenue, county school inspector died 12 November 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) SLACK, Councillor J., bookseller and newsagent in North Road (formerly a lead miner) died 21 December 1889 (Durham Directory, 1391) SLACK, Mrs., newsagent (widow of John Slack [q.v.]) died 12 October 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 SMAILES, Joseph Wilson, Kennel huntsman of the North Durham hounds died 1 March 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) SMALES, Henry, secretary to Durham School of Art died 3 September 1860 (Durham Directory, 1861) SMALLWOOD, Mrs. Ellen Louisa, of Primrose House, Mowbray Street, formerly a confectioner in North Road died 20 April 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 SMART, Robert, attorney died 13 January 1877 (Durham Directory, 1873) see M29/1 SMITH, Alderman Alfred Oxnard, J.P., of Old Elvet, solicitor, registrar to the palatinate court of chancery from 1881 when, through his efforts, the business of the court greatly increased died 16 May 1894 (Durham Directory, 1895) SMITH, Anthony, one of the brotherhood of Sherburn Hospital; master's weighman at the Lady Durham Colliery, Sherburn, for many years died 12 December 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 SMITH, Mrs., of Old Elvet, mayoress in 1879 - 1880 (widow of Alderman A.O. Smith [q.v.]) died 9 December 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) SMITH, Charles, plasterer of Gateshead Executed 22 March 1898 (Durham Directory, 1899) see M29/1 SMITH, Edward Taylor, of Broadwood Park near Lanchester, J.P., coal-owner and landed proprtetor; sportsman died 4 April 1889 (Durham Directory, 1890) SMITH, Francis Aloysius died in Durham Gaol, 16 January 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) SMITH, Frank, of Palatine View, retired newspaper overseer; served with the Durham Chronicle for fifty years died 19 March 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) SMITH, George, solicitor; for many years clerk to the Board of Guardians of Durham Union died 1 January 1869 (Durham Directory, 1870) SMITH, George, sergeant-major; instructor to the 2nd Battery of the 3rd Northumbrian Brigade died 14 July 1911 (suicide) (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 SMITH, Henry, J.P., of Esh Hall and Leamington, Warwickshire died 26 October 1891 (Durham Directory, 1892) SMITH, Mrs., wife of Dr. Henry Smith of Claypath House died 26 November 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 SMITH, Mrs. J. (widow of the late chief constable of Durham) died 6 December 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 SMITH, James, see DOWSON, James SMITH, John, member of Durham Cathedral choir died 15 July 1866 (Durham Directory, 1867) SMITH, Rev. John, R.C. priest at St. Herbert's Chapel, Croxdale Hall died 25 May 1897 (Durham Directory, 1898) SMITH, John, of South Street, joiner died 30 January 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) SMITH, John, former chief constable of Durham died Western Hill, 20 February 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 SMITH, John, of Allergate, joiner; freeman of Durham died 26 October 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 SMITH, John Leadbitter, of Flass Hall, near Durham died 12 March 1879 (Durham Directory, 1880) SMITH, Joseph, late of Witton Gilbert died 16 August 1877 (Durham Directory, 1878) SMITH, Martin, of Church street, house painter; sub-verger in Durham Cathedral died 12 February 1887 (Durham Directory, 1888) SMITH, Dr. Robert, superintendent of Durham County Asylum, Sedgefield, for forty-three years; retired in 1899 died May 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 SMITH, R S., of Relly Paper Mills, a prominent manufacturer of paper (son of John Smith of Langley Mill) died 17 July 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 SMITH, T.C., keen cricketer (son of the late J. Smith of Langley Grove and Relly Paper Mills) died December 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 SMITH, Rev. Thomas, minister in the Methodist New Connexion where he attained the highest office died 20 September 1897 (Durham Directory, 1898) SMITH, Thomas, landlord of the Pot and Glass Inn, Crossgate Moor; formerly woodman for the Dean and Chapter died April 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) SMITH, Thompson, official in Durham Gaol for forty years died 30 November 1898 (Durham Directory, 1899) see M29/1 SMITH, W.H., formerly manager of Durham Goods Station died 1 May 1899 (Durham Directory, 1900) SMITH, William, of Gateshead, formerly of Durham, one of the oldest engine-drivers in the employment of the North East Railway Co. died 6 October 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) SMITH, William Herbert, of Pelaw House, Sherburn Road, principal of the firm of Willan & Smith, printers and stationers; botanist and author died 8 December 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) SMITH see also TAYLOR-SMITH SMURTHWAITE, Greenwell, retired painter and decorator died 14 December 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) SMURTHWAITE, J.G., of New Elvet, painter and decorator died 6 August 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 SNAPE, Rev. Robert William, vicar of Lamesley and formerly headmaster of Newcastle Grammar School died 23 February 1898 (Durham Directory, 1899) see M29/1 SNEYD, Rev. E., formerly vicar of St. Oswald's, Durham and a minor canon died 3 August 1866 (Durham Directory, 1867) SNOW, Rev. Herbert, see KYNASTON SNOWDON, Michael, of Claypath, retired licensed victualler died 10 October 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 SORBY, Mrs., wife of Charles Sorby, coachbuilder of Mavin Street died 20 November (Durham Directory, 1916) SPEARMAN, Sir Alexander Young, bart., late Controller General of the National Debt Office died 21 November 1874 (Durham Directory, 1875) see M29/1 SPEARMAN, Henry John, M.P. for Durharm City, 1847 - 1852 died at Burn Hall, 1 October 1863 (Durham Directory, 1864) SPENCE, William, of Mitchell Street, formerly a chainmaker, later employed at the corporation baths died 17 September 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) STAFFORD, Robert, solicitor in Durham; Conservative party agent died 1 January 1870 (Durham Directory, 1871) STANDISH, William Standish, of Cocken Hall and Duxbury Park, Lancashire died 10 July 1856 (Durham Directory, 1857) STANFIELD, Clarkson, R.A., native of Sunderland; the entry includes an appreciation of Stanfield by Charles Dickens died 18 May 1867(Durham Directory, 1868) STAPYLTON, Henry, of Sniperley Hall near Durham, J.P., recorder of Durham, 1834 - 1860, and judge of Durham District Courts died 9 July 1887 (Durham Directory, 1888) STATON, John, of Western Hill, Durham City Accountant for about twenty years prior to 1894 died 13 July 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) STEEL, James, landlord of the Coach and Horses Inn, Church Street died 27 August 1910 (suicide) (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 STEEL, Thomas, of Church Street, chief clerk to the clerk of the peace for Durham County died 21 November 1902 (Durham Directory, 1903) STEEL, W.J., chief clerk to the chief inspector of weights and measures for County Durham died 28 April 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 STEELE, Frank, labourer, of Gateshead Executed, 11 August 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) STEELE, James, senior sergeant-at-mace for the corporation of Durham and landlord of the Coach and Horses Inn, Church Street died 12 November 1897 (Durham Directory, 1898) STEELE, William, general secretary to the Miners Permanent Relief Fund died 29 January 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) STEELE, William, of Church Street, for many years sergeant-at-mace for the corporation of Durham died 19 August 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) STEPHENSON, Robert, engineer died 12 October 1859 (Durham Directory, 1860) STEVENS, Alfred Austin, of Sutton Street, veterinary surgeon died 8 April 1910 (suicide) (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 STEVENS, F., traveller for Bainbridge & Co., drapers of Newcastle died 28 April 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 STEVENSON, Alderman Randal, former mayor of Durham died 1 August 1878 (Durham Directory, 1879) STEWART, Dr., of Langley Moor died 17 August 1903 (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 STEWART, Lord Reginald (2nd son of Lord Londonderry) died 9 October 1899 (Durham Directory, 1900) STEWART, T., of Crossgate, gardener died 11 February 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) STOBART, Col. Henry, of Etherley House; colliery proprietor died 26 August 1866 (Durham Directory, 1867) STOBART, W., businessman involved in coal and other enterprises in the North of England; member of the Wear Commission died at Pepper Arden, Northallerton, 23 June 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) STODDART, Mrs. Jane, of Western Hill (widow of John Stoddart, printer and photographer) died 25 February 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) STODDART, John, of Durham, printer and photographer died 4 December 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) STOKER, Rev. H.E., sometime master of Uttoxeter Grammar School died 25 January 1879 (Durham Directory, 1880) STOKER, Rev. Henry, vicar of Pittington died 16 October 1875 (Durham Directory, 1876) STOKER, William, of Old Elvet, J.P., F.R.C.S., Medical Officer of Health for Durham Urban Sanitary Authority, and hon. surgeon to Durham County Hospital for over twenty-five years died 21 July 1884 (Durham Directory, 1885) STOKES, Thomas, proprietor for eighteen years of the Hat and Feather Hotel, Durham City; member of the Council, 1863 - 1865 died 4 October 1884 (Durham Directory, 1885) STOKOE, Harry, of Church Street (son of the late Matthias J. Stokoe of Durham, draper) died 20 March 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) STOKOE, M.J., of Church Street, draper died 10 July 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) STORY, Abraham, solicitor in Durham died 2 June 1875 (Durham Directory, 1876) STORY, Mark, alderman of Durham City died 21 May 1862 (Durham Directory, 1863) STOTHARD, Ralph, farmer (father of the occupier of Frankland Farm) died 18 December 1907, aged 97, (Durham Directory, 1908) STOUT, Abraham Turner, of Palatine View, printer; worked in the Durham Advertiser office for nearly sixty years died 16 March 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 STRAKER, John, of Stagshaw House near Corbridge, head of the coal and coke firm of Straker and Love died 4 April 1885 (Durham Directory, 1886) STRAKER, Joseph, ship-owner, coal-owner and coke manufacturer died at Benwell Old House, Northumberland, 13 October 1867 (Durham Directory, 1868) STRONG, Rev. T. Linwood, rector of Sedgefield, hon. canon of Durham and proctor for the clergy in the Convocation of York died 26 September 1865 (Durham Directory, 1866) STRONG, W.S., landlord of the Puncheon Inn, Framwelgate Bridge died 30 May 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) SUGDEN, A.N., labourer, Framwelgate, Durham died 4 May 1911 (suicide) (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 SUMMERS, Jeremiah William, of Sunderland, local historian and author died 14 July 1871 (Durham Directory, 1872) SUMMERS, John, secretary of the Durham Gas Co. died 3 June 1881 (Durham Directory, 1882) SUMMERS, Thomas, of Market Place, 'the oldest inhabitant and tradesman in the city'; member of the Butchers' Co.; sportsman died 26 January 1898 (Durham Directory, 1899) see M29/1 SURTEES, Col. Charles Freville, of Mainsforth Hall, M.P. for South Durham, 1865 - 1868 died 22 December 1906 (Durham Directory, 1907) SURTEES, Robert Smith, of Hamsterley Hall, J.P. died 16 March 1864 (Durham Directory, 1865) SURTEES, Mrs. Robert Smith, of Hamsterley Hall died 14 March 1879 (Durham Directory, 1880) SUTHERLAND, E.G., mining engineer, sometime manager of Elemore colliery; later, agent at Brereton collieries, Rugeley, Staffs. died 19 January 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) SUTHERLAND, Dr. J.R., of West Rainton, medical officer to Houghton-le-Spring Rural Council for many years died 28 January 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 SUTHERLAND, Robert, auctioneer, formerly an emigration agent died at South Street, 28 January 1873 (Durham Directory, 1874) see M29/1 SUTHERST, Ephraim, of Church Street, tailor; latterly a bedesman at Durham Cathedral died 27 December 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 SUTTON, James, of Western Hill, Durham died 31 March 1898 (Durham Directory, 1899) see M29/1 SWAINSTON, John, of Sacriston, butcher; active Wesleyan Methodist died 22 December 1898 (Durham Directory, 1899) see M29/1 SWINBANKS, W., of Woodbine Terrace, Pity Me, miner died 9 January 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 SWINBURNE, George, of Woodbine Cottage, watchmaker and jeweller in Durham died 12 November 1895 (Durham Directory, 1896) SWINBURNE, M.J., of 11 Hawthorn Terrace, formerly colliery engineer at Framwelgate Moor Colliery died 1 May 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 SWINBURNE, Robert, 'an old servitor of the Russell Family' died at Esh, 11 May 1870 (Durham Directory, 1871) TALBOT, George, of Crossgate, upholsterer and sportsman died 6 May 1890 (Durham Directory, 1891) TALBOT, Henry, of Crossgate Durham, joiner; active in politics in the Conservative interest died June 1883 (Durham Directory, 1884) TALBOT, Henry, of Crossgate, joiner at Ushaw College for twenty-one years and then employed at Henderson's carpet factory died 24 November 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 TATE, Rev. Dr., President of Ushaw College died 25 August 1876 (Durham Directory, 187#) TATE, Peter, of Bunker's Hill, resident viewer for twenty-three years of several of the Earl of Durham's collieries died 8 November 1889 (Durham Directory, 1890) TATHAM, Rev. Ralph died at St. Johns College, Cambridge, 19 January 1857 (Durham Directory, 1858) TAYLOR, Ernest Herbert (son of Henry Taylor a prison warder) Drowned, 1 June 1903 (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 TAYLOR, George, high bailiff of Durham County Courts died Gilesgate, 21 September 1866 (Durham Directory, 1867) TAYLOR, Rev. J., Primitive Methodist minister, superintendent of the Durham circuit, 1870 - 1876 died 12 May 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) TAYLOR, James of Durham, mason and builder died 7 October 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) TAYLOR, Mrs. J.O., of Nevilledale Terrace (daughter of Robert Pearson of Claypath, plasterer) died 12 May 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) TAYLOR, John of Earsdon, Northumberland, colliery viewer; for many years at Haswell Colliery died 1 February 1879 (Durham Directory, 1880) TAYLOR, John, headmaster of the Wesleyan school in New Elvet and later head of the Bearpark Board schools died 4 October 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) TAYLOR, Joseph, mason and builder, in Durham; prominent in local politics died August 1874 (Durham Directory, 1875) see M29/1 TAYLOR, Rev. Robert, incumbent of St. Hilda's, Hartlepool, for thirty-two years died 25 March 1867 (Durham Directory, 1868) TAYLOR, Robert, of Consett Grove, farmer and extensive landowner at Copsett died 1 June 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) TAYLOR, Thomas (eldest son of Joseph Taylor, builder) died 26 November 1873 (Durham Directory, 1874) see M29/1 TAYLOR, William, stone-mason of Crossgate died 26 May 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) TAYLOR-SMITH, George Garry, J.P., of Colepike and Broadwood Park, Lanchester died 13 March 1891 (Durham Directory, 1892) TAYLOR-SMITH, Very Rev. William, Canon of the R.C. diocese of Hexham and Newcastle and in charge of the Roman Catholic mission at Wolsingham died 26 March 1892 (Durham Directory, 1893) TEASDALE, William, of Crossgate, gunsmith, cutler and whitesmith; also notable musician died 19 February 1896 (Durham Directory, 1897) see M29/1 TELFORD, Robert, of Flass Street, on staff of Durham Chronicle for seventeen years and later associated with the Hartlepool Chronicle died 11 April 1898 (Durham Directory, 1899) see M29/1 TEMPEST, Lord Adolphus Frederick Charles William Vane-Tempest, M.P. for Northern Division of Durham from 1854 (2nd son of the Marquis of Londonderry) died 11 June 1864 (Durham Directory, 1865) TEMPEST, Lord Henry Vane (brother of the Marquis of Londonderry) died 28 January 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) TERNENT, William, headmaster,of St. Oswald's Schools died 19 July 1883 (Durham Directory, 1884) THOMPSON, Archibald, of Sutton Street, formerly secretary to Joseph Love and Mrs. Love died 19 Febrtiary 1891 (Durham Directory, 1892) THOMPSON, Rev. Francis, vicar of St. Giles, Durham from 1842; antiquarian died 6 August 1872 (Durham Directory, 1873) see M29/1 THOMPSON, Mrs. Frank (wife of the art master at the Johnston Technical Institute) died 29 August 1902 (Durham Directory, 1903) THOMPSON, Rev. Frederick Brewster, vicar of Benfieldside for thirty-four years died 9 May 1881 (Durham Directory, 1882) THOMPSON, George, of High Wood View, retired chief warder of Durham Prison died 8 July 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 THOMPSON, Rev. Joseph, incumbent of Satley for over thirty-five years 27 September 1867 (Durham Directory, 1868) THOMPSON, Joseph of Claypath, boot and shoemaker died 2 February 1891 (Durham Directory, 1892) THOMPSON, Joseph Cuthbert, solicitor died in South Africa, 1881 (Durham Directory, 1882) THOMPSON, Rev. R.B., Rector of West Rainton died 10 August 1906 (Durham Directory, 1907) THOMPSON, Richard, of Saddler Street, solicitor; mayor of Durham in 1850 died 13 December 1869 (Durham Directory, 1870) THOMPSON, T.C., M.A. (Dunelm), barrister, J.P., M.P. for Durham City, 1880 - 1885 died 27 September 1892 (Durham Directory, 1893) THOMPSON, Thomas, of Old Elvet, solicitor, political agent of Liberal party (eldest son of Richard Thompson [q.v.]) died 1 April 1871 (Durham Directory, 1872) THOMSON, Archibald, of Pelaw Terrace, head brewer at Durham City Brewery Co., connected with Durham Cathedral Choir; member of Durham City Council died 30 November 1893 (Durham Directory, 1894) THORNE, Joseph, of Silver Street, confectioner and game-dealer died 9 December 1891 (Durham Directory, 1893) THORNTON, John, clerk and traveller for W.H. Ramshaw, brewer of New Elvet, Durham died 13 March 1881 (Durham Directory, 1882) THORNTON, Rev. Thomas, rector of Shadforth; formerly chaplain and censor of University College, Durham, and registrar and lecturer in the University died 7 January 1885 (Durham Directory, 1886) THORP, Venerable Archdeacon Charles, rector of Ryton died 10 October 1862 (Durham Directory, 1863) THORP, Rev. Charles, vicar of Ellingham, Northumberland died 17 February 1880 (Durham Directory, 1881) THURLOW, James R., brewer of Framwelgate Brewery died 8 June 1897 (Durham Directory, 1898) THURLOW, Rev. Thomas, prothonotary of the court of pleas at Durham, clerk of the hanaper in the court of chancery, and patentee of bankrupts died 26 September 1874 (Durham Directory, 1875) see M29/1 THWAITES, Charles, printer and stationer of Durham died 1 May 1901 (Durham Directory, 1902) THWAITES, Mrs., wife of Charles Thwaites, printer and stationer died in Sunderland, 11 September 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) THWAITES, George, of Cambourne, the Avenue, solicitor's clerk died 9 October 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 THWAITES, John, of Durham, publican, coal-owner, councillor died August 1879 (Durham Directory, 1880) THWAITES, Richard, of Gilesgate, shoemaker and grocer died 16September 1893 (Durham Directory, 1894) THWAITES, Robert, of Leazes Place, mayor in 1849; collector, and Methodist local preacher died 14 January 1863 (Durham Directory, 1864) THWAITES, Private T., of 1st Leicester Regiment (son of councillor William Thwaites of New Elvet) died at Ladysmith 12 January 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) THWAITES, Thomas, of North Road, engineer died 1 October 1886 (Durham Directory, 1889)- THWAITES, Councillor William, of New Elvet, boot and-shoe-maker died 1 April 1902 (Durham Directory, 1903) THWAITES, Mrs., prominent Wesleyan Methodist (widow of Councillor William Thwaites) died 16 January 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 TILLEY, Thomas, of Gilesgate, shoemaker, associated with 'old-time cricket' in the City died 18 March 1904 (Durham Directory, 1905) TINDALE, Mrs. Jane Cato, of Eden House, The Avenue (widow of Robert Tindale) died 29 October 1904 (Durham Directory, 1905) TINDALE, Miss Margaret, of Eden House, The Avenue, Durham died 29 January 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) TIPLADY, H., of New Elvet, Durham; printer and glazier died September 1887 (Durham Directory, 1888) TIPLADY, John, solicitor, town clerk of Durham from 1846 died 23 March 1865 (Durham Directory, 1866) TIPLADY, John, deputy coroner for Easington Ward (son of the late town clerk of Durham) died in New Elvet, 2 March 1873 (Durham Directory, 1874) see M29/1 TIPLADY, Matthew, of John Street, Pelton Fell Colliery, brakesman died 18 February 1906 (Durham Directory, 1907) TIPLADY, Councillor Thomas, of New Elvet, for ten years president of the Widows' and Orphans' Fund; active Oddfellow died 6 November 1863 (Durham Directory, 1864) TODD, Rev. Isaac, Rector of Shincliffe for forty-six years died 12 June 1872 (Durham Directory, 1873) see M29/1 TODD, John, of Holly House, Hetton-le-Hole, for many years agent to the Hetton and North Hetton Coal Companies died 18 June 1899 (Durham Directory, 1900) TOPHAM, William, senior, farmer, of Moor House Farm, Leamside; formerly a farm steward died 12 March 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 TOWNSEND, Rev. George, D.D., canon of Durham died 23 November 1857 (Durham Directory, 1858) TRISTRAM, Canon Henry Baker, of The College died 8 March 1906 (Durham Directory, 1907) TRISTRAM, Mrs., of South Bailey, second wife of late Revd. H.B. Tristram, vicar of Eglingham died 21 January 1899 (Durham Directory, 1900) TRISTRAM, Mrs., wife of Canon H.B. Tristram died 8 March 1903 (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 TRISTRAM, Miss Jane Charlotte Jocelyn, of 2 South Bailey (sister of the late Canon Tristram) died 18 June 1906 (Durham Directory, 1907) TRISTRAM, Miss Louisa Hely-Hutchinson, second daughter of the late Canon Tristram died May 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) TRISTRAM, Miss Louisa Jocelyn, of South Bailey, daughter of the late Rev. H.B. Tristram died 10 January 1903 (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 TROTTER, John, M.D. of Old Elvet died 2 October 1874 (Durham Directory, 1875) see M29/1 TROTTER, Surgeon-Col. J.W. (eldest son of the late Dr. John Trotter) died 14 June 1906 (Durham Directory, 1907) TROTTER, W., of Bishop Auckland, solicitor died 6 February 1866 (Durham Directory, 1867) TRUEMAN, William, of Claypath, pharmaceutical chemist died 17 March 1865 (Durham Directory, 1866) TRUSCOTT, A.P., clerk with Messrs. Hutchinson and Greenwell, wine and spirit merchants died 6 February 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) TUCKER, Right Revd. Alfred Robert, formerly curate of St. Nicholas'; Bishop of Uganda, 1899 - 1911, and canon of Durham died 16 June 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) TUKE, John, of Avenue House, chorister in Durham Cathedral for forty years; proprietor of a music-selling business in North Road died 27 October 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 TULLY, John, land-agent to the Earl of Durham, and chief farm steward died 5 March 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 TURNBULL, Fenwick, of Gilesgate, newsagent and insurance agent died 4 September 1906 (Durham Directory, 1907) TURNBULL, James, headmaster of the West Rainton Londonderry Boys School for forty-four years died 9 March 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) TURNBULL, James, of Chester-le-Street, auctioneer; established the stock auction mart at Chester-le-Street died 11 May 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 TURNBULL, T.S., formerly of Durham, coffee tavern manager found drowned, 8 April 1899 (Durham Directory, 1900) TURNER, Mrs. C., of Springwell Cottage, Western Hill died 23 August 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 TURNER, Charles, of Primrose Cottage, auctioneer; formerly carried on a furniture dealing and cabinet-making business at Neville's Cross died 16 November 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 TURNER, Thomas, proprietor of the County Hotel, Durham died 8 April 1866 (Durham Directory, 1867) TWEEDY, David, of Grape Lane, Crossgate, served for twenty-five years in the Life Guards, later held a post in the county gaol died 15 October 1891 (Durham Directory, 1892) TYLER, Edward, of Old Elvet, surgeon died 22 January 1871(Durham Directory, 1872) TYLER, Miss Elizabeth, of Old Elvet, centenarian died 8 April 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) TYSON, Rev. John, vicar of Merrington died 19 July 1864 (Durham Directory, 1865) TYSON, Richard, of Leazes Place, clerk in Durham Post Office since 1874 died 9 March 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) URWIN, John, of Hetton, mineworker for nearly sixty years and active in public affairs died 2 March 1919 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 USHER, Ed., retired post-master at Langley Moor died 23 February 1906 (Durham Directory, 1907) VALENTINE, Joseph, telegraph clerk at Durham, North Road, station, died August 1906 (Durham Directory, 1907) VANE-TEMPEST, Lord Ernest McDonnell died 14 August 1885 (Durham Directory, 1886) VARLEY, W.H., of Crossgate, grocer, and confectioner; proprietor of a coffee tavern in New Elvet for nineteen years died 5 April 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) VEITCH, Mrs., of Neviile's Cross (widow of late J.H. Veitch, printer) died 3 July 1907 (Durham Directory, 1998) VERNER, Albert, inspector of mines for Northumberland district died 4 July 1867 (Durham Directory, 1868) VILLIERS, Hon. and Rev. Henry Montagu, D.D., bishop of Durham died 8 August 1861 (Durham Directory, 1862) VINCENT, William, landlord of the Volunteer Arms Inn, Gilesgate died 20 April 1903 (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 WADDINGHAM, Miss Sarah Katherine (daughter of the late W.R. Waddingham, wine and spirit merchant of Durham) died 4 May 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 WADDINGHAM, Mrs., wife of W.R. Waddingham, J.P., of Shamrock House, Western Hill, Durham died 21 January 1903 (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 WADDINGHAM, W.R.F., of Durham, J.P., proprietor of a drapery business on Elvet Bridge and later of a wine and spirits store there; shareholder in various local industries died 16 June 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 WADDINGTON, Very Rev. George, D.D., dean of Durham and warden of the University died 20 July 1869 (Durham Directory, 1870) WADDINGTON, Horatio, under-secretary of state Home Dept., (brother of the dean of Durham) died 3 October 1867(Durham Directory, 1868) WADSWORTH, Rev. W.M., vicar of St. Oswald's from 1897 died 22 April 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 WAITE, Rev. Joseph, senior, classical scholar; formerly of Durham City died at Gainford, 13 February 1865 (Durham Directory, 1866) WAITE, Rev. Joseph, hon. canon of Newcastle Diocese and formerly master of University College, Durham died 8 September 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 WAKE, H.H., of Sunderland, civil engineer died 17 February 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 WAKEFIELD, Samuel Walker, once owner of an extensive flax spinning business near Belfast (destroyed by, fire); later a colliery agent, and then a tea merchant in Durham died 21 November 1897 (Durham Directory, 1898) WALKER, George, M.D., nephew of the proprietor of the Durham Directory died in Sydney, N.S.W., 18 September 1870 (Durham Directory, 1871) WALKER, George of Old Elvet, printer and publisher of the Durham Directory died 18 Jan 1888 (Durham Directory, 1889) WALKER, George Francis, M.A.; late fellow of Durham University and professor of mathematics in University College of Auckland, New Zealand died 1 May 1883 (Durham Directory, 1884) WALKER, Joseph, retired lay clerk of Durham Cathedral where he had served for forty-four years died 2 February 1904 (Durham Directory, 1905) WALKER, William, railway guard died in Tenter Terrace, 21 February 1881 (Durham Directory, 1882) WALL, George Young, land-agent of North Bailey died 14 October 1875 (Durham Directory, 1876) WALLACE, Archibald, gardener at Bede College died 12 November 1906 (Durham Directory, 1907) WALLACE, Henry, of Trench Hall, agent for the earl of Ravensworth and a noted agriculturalist; alderman of Durham County Council died 1 December 1901 (Durham Directory, 1902) WALLACE, Joseph, of Tenter Terrace, farmer; held Frankland Farm near Durham for many years died 28 June 1884 (Durham Directory, 1885) WALTER, Rev. William Hampson, rector of St. Mary-le-Bow, and an honorary canon of the Cathedral; principal of the Durham Diocesan Training College for School-mistresses died 2 December 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 WALTON, J., of the School House, Langley Moor, headmaster of North Brancepeth School for forty years; prominent in public life died 28 February 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 WALTON, Ralph of Grape Lane, slater died 7 June 1906 (Durham Directory, 1907) WALTON, Thomas, of Flass Street, journalist died 17 September 1890 (Durham Directory, 1891) WALTON, William, of Hawthorn Terrace, joiner and builder died 3 September 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) WALTON, Mrs., (widow of William Walton, joiner), of Hawthorn Terrace died 11 January 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 WARD, Granville, L.G., attorney, of Old Elvet (son of John Ward [q.v.]) died 22 March 1858 (Durham Directory, 1859) WARD, John, attorney; Wesleyan Methodist, active in public life died 12 June 1857 (Durham Directory, 1858) WARD, John, solicitor, mayor of Durham (died in office) died 29 September 1871 (Durham Directory, 1872) WARDELL, Matthew, builder died Claypath, 18 August 1868 (Durham Directory, 1869) WARD-JACKSON, Ralph, 'founder of West Hartlepool' died 6 August 1880 (Durham Directory, 1881) WARDLE, E.J., late manager of The Craghead and Holmside Collieries died 6 May 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 WARDROPPER, William, of Wooloomooloo House, Gilesgate, builder; sportsman died 23 December 1897 (Durham Directory, 1898) WATERS, Rev. R., vicar of South Hetton died 20 September 1891 (Durham Directory, 1892) WATKIN, Dr. Thomas Laverick, medical practitioner in Durham for over fifty years; consulting physician to Durham County Hospital died 24 June 1896 (Durham Directory, 1897) see M29/1 WATSON, Colonel, of Barnard Castle, solicitor; Colonel of 2nd Volunteer Battalion D.L.I. died 10 August 1892 (Durham Directory, 1893) WATSON, Rev. Alexander, formerly of Durham University died 10 February 1865 (Durham Directory, 1866) WATSON, Henry William, J.P., of Burnopfield House, principal owner of Hamsterley Colliery, and extensive landed estates died 16 July 1891 (Durham Directory, 1892) WATSON, John, solicitor, alderman of Durham, prominent in local politics died in Old Elvet, 22 November 1881 (Durham Directory, 1882) WATSON, John Smith, (son of Joseph Watson, station master at Shincliffe) found drowned (see inquest), 7 January 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 WATSON, Very Rev. Provost (Joseph), R.C. priest at Tudhoe for forty years died 27 December 1913 (Durham Directory, 1914) see M29/1 WATSON, Dr. Spence, of Bensham, solicitor, educationist and Liberal politician died 2 March 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 WATSON, Thomas, managing clerk for Henry Marshall, solicitor died at Waddington Street, 8 April 1880 (Durham Directory, 1881) WATSON, Mrs., wife of Thomas Watson, commercial traveller, of Western Hill, Durham died 8 September 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 WATTS, Mrs. (wife of the rector of Witton Gilbert) died 8 May 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 WAUGH, John, of Browney Colliery, master shifter and later, under-manager of the Busty Seam died 6 November 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 WAUGH, Robert, at one time major in the local yeomanry cavalry; mayor of Durham in 1820 died 20 August 1880 (Durham Directory, 1881) WAUGH, Miss, of Old Elvet (only surviving daughter of the late Robert Waugh [q.v.]) died 4 February 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) WAWN, John Twizell, J.P., of West Boldon, M.P. for South Shields, 1841 - 1852 died 19 October 1859 (Durham Directory, 1860) WAYMOUTH, Samuel, professor of mathematics in the University of Durham; includes a letter from A.S. Farrar to the Durham Advertiser concerning Waymouth died 12 August 1873 (Durham Directory, 1874) see M29/1 WEARMOUTH, Abraham, of Sleights Farm, Witton Gilbert, which he had farmed for fifty-one years died 17 March 1904 (Durham Directory, 1905) WEATHERALL, R.T.H., senior verger in Durham Cathedral; formerly grocer in Allergate died 26 November 1898 (Durham Directory, 1899) see M29/1 WEATHERELL, T.C. (fourth son of the late R. Weatherell, verger of Durham Cathedral) died 3 January 1919 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 WEATHERLEY, Thomas, of Pelton Fell, miner chiefly responsible for founding the Miners Permanent Relief Fund of which he was the first secretary and later chairman died 23 September 1901(Durham Directory, 1902) WEAVERS, Miss Mary Ann (daughter of the late T. Weavers) died at the Waterloo Hotel, Old Elvet, 9 April 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 WEAVERS, Thomas, landlord of the Waterloo Hotel, Old Elvet; formerly employed as a tuner in Henderson's factory died 7 November 1894 (Durham Directory, 1895) WEBSTER, Miss Elizabeth Maud (daughter of deputy chief constable of County Durham) died 4 January 1200 (Durham Directory, 1901) WEBSTER, George, of Western Hill, organist and teacher of music died 26 April 1897 (Durham Directory, 1898) WEBSTER, H., formerly deputy chief constable of County Durham and later landlord of the Ear1 Grey Inn, Gateshead died 5 June 1908 (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 WEBSTER, Rev. Rowland, vicar of Kelloe and hon. canon of Durham Cathedral died 29 May 1875 (Durham Directory, 1876) WEBSTER, William, chemist in Durham died 17 December 1875 (Durham Directory, 1877) WEELANDS, John Richard, of Crossgate, bookbinder (forty-three years in service of Messrs. Andrews & Co.), and horticulturalist died 24 May 1882 (Durham Directory, 1883) WELCH, G.W., for twenty-eight years lay clerk of Durham Cathedral; a notable singer and artist died 30 August 1906(Durham Directory, 1907) WELCH, Miss Maude, of Gosforth (daughter of the late G.W. Welch of Durham Cathedral choir), teacher of music died 16 December 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 WELCH, William Ellenor, of Dunelm House, Shincliffe, grocer; proprietor of the Durham Chronicle from 1888 died 1 May 1896 (Durham Directory, 1897) see M29/1 WELCH, Mrs., of 5 Ravensworth Terrace (widow of N.E. Welch, proprietor of the Durham Chronicle) died 20 November 1904 (Durham Directory, 1905) WELSH, Anthony of West Rainton, farmer; active in public affairs died 12 June 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 WELSH, Ralph, of Gilesgate, monumental sculptor died 17 April 1885 (Durham Directory, 1886) WENNINGTON,Thomas, relieving officer for St. Nicholas' district of Durham Union died 13 March 1891(Durham Directory, 1892) WEST, John Ambrose, gas-works proprietor died at Western Lodge near Durham City, 8 May 1868 (Durham Directory, 1869) WESTCOTT, Rev. Basil, missionary in India (youngest son of the bishop of Durham) died 1 August 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) WESTCOTT, Dr. Brooke Foss, bishop of Durham, see DURHAM WESTCOTT, Mrs. (wife of Brooke Foss Westcott, bishop of Durham) died 28 May 1901 (Durham Directory, 1902) WESTROPE, Thomas, of Avenue, superintendent of the Durham District of the Prudential Assurance Co. died 27 December 1902 (Durham Directory, 1903) WETHERELL, Anthony, music teacher, eighteen years organist and choir master at St. Cuthbert's R.C. Church died Old Elvet, 6 November 1875 (Durham Directory, 1876) WETHERELL, Charles, solicitor died Gilesgate, 21 October 1867 (Durham Directory, 1868) WETHERELL, Frank, superintendent of the Durham Baths; formerly joiner and cabinet maker (son of late Henry Wetherell, dancing master) died 14 January 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) WETHERELL, Frederick A., of Sunderland, employed in the Post Office at Sunderland died 26 April 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) WETHERELL, Thomas, of New Elvet, auctioneer and authority on agricultural matters died 14 November 1893 (Durham Directory, 1894) WHALEY, Councillor John, of Gilesgate, joiner and builder died 15 September 1898 (Durham Directory, 1899) see M29/1 WHARAM, Francis Tindale, of Western Hill, sub-editor and chief reporter of the Durham Chronicle died 8 December 1880 (Durham Directory, 1881) WHARTON, Mrs. Frances (widow of William Lloyd Wharton of Dryburn) died 28 February 1879 (Durham Directory, 1880) WHARTON, G.B., Clerk of the Peace for County Durham died 27 March 1865 (Durham Directory, 1866) WHARTON, John Lloyd, M.P. for Durham City, 1871 - 1874; chairman of Durham Quarter Sessions for thirty-five years died 11 July 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 WHARTON, Mrs. John Lloyd (eldest daughter of Rev. A.D. Shafto of Brancepeth) died 29 March 1872 (Durham Directory, 1873) see M29/1 WHARTON, Robert, of Wanless Terrace, for many years caretaker of the Congregational Church died 13 November 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) WHARTON, W.L., barrister, director of the N.E.R. etc. died 15 November 1867 (Durham Directory, 1868) WHEATLEY, Dr. W.A., of North Road, physician-surgeon died 27 October 1882 (Durham Directory, 1883) WHEELER, Rev. John Nesham, Primitive Methodist Minister at Gravesend (son of George Wheeler of Durham) died 14 June 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) WHEELER, Rev. William, Primitive Methodist minister at Leeds; native of Durham died 29 August 1907 (Durham Directory, 1908) WHITE, Captain, in the North Durham Militia and at one time Chief Constable for County Durham died 13 February 1895 (Durham Directory, 1896) WHITE, Rev. Samuel, vicar of Marley Hill died 29 March 1892 (Durham Directory, 1893) WHITE, Thomas, stationer, bookbinder and printer, share and stockbroker and finally commercial traveller died North Road, 3 September 1882 (Durham Directory, 1883) WHITE, Thomas, of Hallgarth Street, grocer and, later, farmer died 24 January 1891 (Durham Directory, 1892) WHITE, Mrs., for many years proprietress of the Royal County Hotel, Durham (widow of Thomas White of Hull) died 3 September 1904 (Durham Directory, 1905) WHITE, Mrs., of Old Elvet (widow of Lieut-Col. White, formerly chief constable of County Durham) died 30 November 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) WHITEHEAD, Daniel, of Leazes Place, retired lay clerk of Durham Cathedral; principal tenor from 1862 died 3 August 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) WHITEHEAD, Mrs., wife of Daniel Whitehead, lay clerk of Durham Cathedral died 22 June 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) WIBLEY, Thomas, hairdresser, of Sherburn Road died 12 November 1893 (Durham Directory, 1894) WILKIE, William, of Gilesgate, formerly stage coach driver died 17 July 1899 (Durham Directory, 1900) WILKINSON, Anthony, J.P., of Old Elvet, member of an old Durham family; governor of Sherburn Hospital died 5 June 1888 (Durham Directory, 1889) WILKINSON, Rev. B., formerly pastor of the Congregational Church in Claypath died 28 November 1893 (Durham Directory, 1894) WILKINSON, Rev. Edward Abercrombie, rector of Whitworth, J.P., (his brother was Dr. Wilkinson, Roman Catholic Bishop of Hexham and Newcastle) died 23 December 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) WILKINSON, Mrs. Emma, of Western Hill (widow of John WiIkinson, pork butcher) died 19 May 1903 (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 WILKINSON, Rev. Francis, D.D., president of Ushaw College died September 1877 (Durham Directory, 1878) WILKINSON, George, of Oswald House, near Durham City died 18 June 1866 (Durham Directory, 1867) WILKINSON, George Hutton., J.P. died 23 December 1859 (Durham Directory, 1861) WILKINSON, Rev. George Pearson, of Harperley Park, near Bishop Auckland, formerly barrister; vicar of Thornley from 1857 (brother of Bishop Wilkinson of Hexham and Newcastle) died 21 August 1890 (Durham Directory, 1891) WILKINSON, Lieut. Gen. Sir H.E., (son of Rev. P.S. Wilkinson of Mount Oswald) died 27 November 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 WILKINSON, Mrs., wife of H.M. Wilkinson a master at Durham School died 7 September 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 WILKINSON, James, of Glebe Terrace, Houghton-le-Spring, overman at Houghton Colliery died 12 September 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 WILKINSON, John, of Western Hill died 9 April 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) WILKINSON, John, of Western Hill, retired pork butcher died 24 June 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) WILKINSON, Rev. Percival Spearman died at Mount Oswald, near Durham, 20 July 1875 (Durham Directory, 1876) WILKINSON, Percy, of Western Hill, tailor (son of the late John Wilkinson, tailor) died 28 March 1897 (Durham Directory, 1898) WILKINSON, T., ex deputy chief constable of County Durham died 25 September 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 WILKINSON, Thomas, R.C. Bishop of Hexham and Newcastle died at Ushaw College, 17 April 1909 (Durham Directory, 1910) see M29/1 WILLAN, Herbert James (Bertie) (youngest son of John Willan of Shincliffe Croft, farmer) died 2 October 1897 (Durham Directory, 1898) WILLAN, James, original importer of German yeast into England died 29 August 1871 (Durham Directory, 1872) WILLAN, James, of Western Hill, prominent Wesleyan Methodist; the family was associated with the yeast industry died 26 January 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 WILLAN, Mrs., wife of John Willan of Shincliffe J.P. died 8 August 1903 (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 WILLIAMSON, Lieut-Colonel Charles died at Whitburn Hall, 4 March 1877 (Durham Directory, 1878) WILLIAMSON, Sir Hedworth, bart. died Whitburn Hall 24 April 1861 (Durham Directory, 1862) WILLIAMSON, Sir Hedworth, of Whitburn Hall, bart., J.P., M.P. for North Durham, 1864 - 1874 died 26 August 1900 (Durham Directory, 1901) WILLIAMSON, Mary, of 32 Sutton Street, small shopkeeper died 7 January 1904 (Durham Directory, 1905) WILLIAMSON, William Hamilton, sportsman (brother of Sir Hedworth Williamson, bart.) died 3 April 1884 (Durham Directory, 1885) WILLS, Henry, of Crossgate, printer died 24 August 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 WILSON, Charles, of Newbottle, head clerk for Messrs. Legge and Miller, solicitors of Houghton-le-Spring died 22 July 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) WILSON, George, station master at Lintz Green murdered, 7 October 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 WILSON, Alderman John, M.P., of North Road, miners' leader died 24 May 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) WILSON, Rev. Jonathon, M.A., rector of Long Newton died 25 September 1885 (Durham Directory, 1886) WILSON, Thomas, soldier in the 88th Foot and later in the 99th Foot; a veteran of the Crimean War died March 1908 (Durham Directory, 1909) see M29/1 WINTER, T., hosier's assistant, of North Bailey, (nephew of Thomas Winter of Claypath, who died in 1894) died 9 April 1895 (Durham Directory, 1896) WINTER, Thomas, of Claypath, builder died 11 November 1894 (Durham Directory, 1895) WINTER, Thomas, of Crook, active in public life there and in Bishop Auckland died 14 August 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 WINTERBOTTOM, Sergeant John, of Renny's Buildings, Gilesgate; served in the Crimean war and Indian Mutiny, later in Durham Prison as a warder died 22 August 1912 (Durham Directory, 1913) see M29/1 WINTERBOTTOM, Dr., of Westoe, the oldest medical man in England died 8 July 1859 (Durham Directory, 1860) WINTON, Rev. W.R. de, superintendent minister of the Primitive Methodist circuit at Hetton died 27 February 1903 (Durham Directory, 1904) see M29/1 WISEMAN, Nicholas, cardinal died 15 February 1865 (Durham Directory, 1866) WOOD, John, painter and sportsrnan died 15 January 1881 (Durham Directory, 1882) WOOD, John, violinist ( son of T. Wood, painter, of Neville Street) died at Byker, 23 March 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) WOOD, Nicholas of Hetton Hall, esq., mining engineer; friend of George Stephenson; author of Practical Treatise on Railroads died 19 December 1865 (Durham Directory, 1866) WOOD, Nicholas N., partner in the Hetton Coal Co., J.P., M.P. for Houghton-le-Spring, 1886 - 1892 died 24 December 1892 (Durham Directory, 1893) WOOD, Thomas, wharfinger, Sunderland died 23 November 1863 (Durham Directory, 1864) WOOD, W.H., of Coxhoe Hall, prominent Durham coal-owner and colliery manager died 28 December 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 WOOLER, George Richard, of Bombay House, Wolsingham died 2 January 1902 (Durham Directory, 1903) WOOLER, Joseph, of Whitfield House, Wolsingham, landowner died 9 January 1865 (Durham Directory, 1866) WOOLER, W.E., J.P., solicitor in Durham died 4 January 1876 (Durham Directory, 1877) WOOLER, Rev. W.G., of Fawn Lees, Wolsingham, rector of Chorbury North, Herefordshire from 1871; formerly curate at St. Cuthbert's died 14 October 1894 (Durham Directory, 1895) WORTLEY, John, of Framwellgate, chemist and druggist; lay amateur vocalist in the Cathedral choir died 28 December 1879 (Durham Directory, 1881) WORTLEY, Thomas, of Claypath, beerhouse keeper died 4 February 1896 (Durham Directory, 1897) see M29/1 WORTLEY, William, landlord of the Beehive Inn, Saddler Street died 16 December 1898 (Durham Directory, 1899) see M29/1 WRAY, Rev. William Mark, rector of Ovingham from 1873; curate of St. Oswald's, 1871 - 1873 died 11 May 1886 (Durham Directory, 1887) WRIGHT, Sergeant C., carried on his fathers toy business in Saddler Street, Durham; prominent in the volunteer movement and employed in staff duties at Durham Drill Hall died 13 December 1915 (Durham Directory, 1916) WRIGHT, John, of Chester-le-Street, 'famous pedestrian' and at one time a short distance runner died 8 January 1905 (Durham Directory, 1906) WRIGHT, William Gill, of Silver Street, cooper died 6 August 1901 (Durham Directory, 1902) WYLD, Henry, tenant of the dean and chapter's farm at Shincliffe died 21 June 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 YELD, Rev. R.H., rector of Houghton le-Spring, J.P. died 2 July 1910 (Durham Directory, 1911) see M29/1 YOUNG, James, governor of H.M. Prison at Aylesbury and formerly deputy governor of Durham County Prisons died 29 December 1889 (Durham Directory, 1891) YOUNG, Ralph, secretary to the Northumberland Miners' Association died 17 December 1904 (Durham Directory, 1905) YOUNG, Robert, formerly a butcher in Durham, and at one time tenant of a farm at Broompark; later at Old Cassop died 11 December 1911 (Durham Directory, 1912) see M29/1 YOUNG, W.R., of Hawthorn Terrace, solicitor's clerk died 9 January 1914 (Durham Directory, 1915) ZETLAND, Sophia Jane (née Williamson) Countess of died 21 May 1865 (Durham Directory, 1866)