Monday, 23 September 2013

Durham Records Online additions

New additions to Durham Records Online (

Sunderland: Flag Lane Chapel Primitive Methodist baptisms 1823-1837
231 baptisms at the Flag Lane Chapel, a Primitive Methodist Circuit chapel in Sunderland, covering 1823 to May 1837.

Sunderland Old Meeting House/Cornmarket Chapel baptisms 1802-1837
443 baptisms at the Old Meeting House on High Street, also called Cornmarket Chapel, a Congregational chapel in Sunderland, from May 1802, where our previous transcription left off, to 7 June 1837.

Monkwearmouth Scotch Church (Presbyterian) baptisms 1778-1837
1,261 baptisms at the Scotch Church, a Presbyterian church in Monkwearmouth, Sunderland district, covering 1778-1837.

Newcastle St. Nicholas baptisms 1813-1855, burials 1813-1853
At St. Nicholas in Newcastle-upon-Tyne:
6,458 baptisms covering 1813-1855
3,174 burials covering 1813 to Sep 1853 when the church's burial ground was closed, plus one burial in 1859 that must have been accepted into an existing family grave or vault

Coming Soon:
Newcastle St. Nicholas marriages 1813-1837
Waterhouses Cemetery burials 1881-1992
Evenwood Cemetery burials 1871-1998
Ryton Cemetery burials 1884-1939
Durham Primitive Methodist Circuit baptisms 1841-1856
Earsdon records before 1813
Newcastle All Saints records for the 1820s-1830s

(With thanks to Durham Records Online)


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