Dalton-le-Dale History Society

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30/12/2016 11:40:16 Deborah Brown Deb66orah@aol.co.uk Dalton-le-Dale
As a newby to the village (11 years) I couldn`t imagine living anywhere else now. So much history and interesting stories of times gone by. Welcome to our new website & enjoy reading about our village and home.
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13/01/2017 16:30:42 Ger Gustard g.gustard@sky.com
Hi Deborah, Congratulations - our first visitor to the site - Ger
30/01/2017 20:11:17 t h naylor thosnaylor@aol.com murton
I couldn’t agree more with Deborah Brown comments on “Dalton Le Dale history society” and the surrounding area, she put it all into a nut shell, also if we all work together with the history and the surrounding, country side the wild life would gain from it and be in plenty with the help of the sowing of wild flowers seeds in Dean Clofe. Yours Thomas Harper Naylor

Well Done to Everyone
09/03/2017 04:55:37 Peter Narrabeen
Well done to everyone involved in creating and keeping this Website alive. Too much local history is lost to time in this modern world. I was only 2 years old when my family left Dalton-le-Dale in 1958 for Australia, so my knowledge of the village, and my family`s life there is scant. To see the family name in the 1891 census and to see it mentioned with the Burnside Works in your "walk" was indeed a pleasing note in the history of Dalton-le-Dale. Again, well done everyone, and keep up the good work. Cheers!
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09/03/2017 16:24:33 Peter Narrabeen Australia
Apologies to all. For some reason my surname, Dickeson, was ommitted from my guestbook entry. Cheers and greetings from Australia
03/05/2017 17:34:41 Marian g.gustard@sky.com Dalton le Dale
Hi Peter I remember you and your family very well. My maiden name was Dickinson and we lived at 7 East End Cottages,my mothers name was Dolly Dickinson Best wishes Marian

Linton Family
21/09/2017 23:13:13 Sheila Elizabeth Toes scottishblueliz@gmail.com Durham
Researching family history on the Linton Family. Do you have members who are willing to help with research/photographs etc. Many thanks. Sheila
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re- marriages of St. Andrews Church "The Heart of The Village"
29/10/2017 11:37:19 Thomas Harper Naylor thosnaylor@aol.com Murton
12th August 1905 J.B. Davison & Mary Ann Davison Concerns of marriages or not as St. Andrews, had no license first couple married at St Andrews Dalton-Le-Dale after renewal of License. 12th Aug 1905 Saint Andrew’s of Dalton Le Dale Joseph Bassett Davison age 27 years bachelor his father Joseph Bassett Davison profession (deceased) Driller Elizabeth Ann Davison age 35 years widow of Dalton Le Dale her father Thomas Bowden Unsworth profession Miner in the presence of Thomas Allbred? Davison & Mary Jane Harkness
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Flooding
04/02/2018 14:37:30 Thomas thosnaylor@aol.com Murton
hi, would any one of the Dalton Le Dale flooding committee please get in touch with me from the above address, or where I can get in touch with them yours Tom Naylor
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12/02/2018 11:00:47 Fran Rowlatt-McCormick fran@bigmountainproductions.com Newry Northern Ireland
Dear All, I am looking for images of Dalton Le Dale in the 1700s! For use in a C4 series The Genealogy Roadshow.Has anyone on this site got anything they can share with me? Many thanks. Fran

Ashville Overdene
11/03/2018 09:25:39 John Kirton johmar4345@btinternet.com BOLDON
I came across a reference to a relative of mine in a section of your website "Walking the Bounds July 27th 2013." The piece of interest referred to my Great Uncle Hugh Kirton a Builder in Seaham Harbour. Uncle Hugh came to live with us in his latter years but it is only recently doing family research that I realised how many houses he built in the area as well as in Sunderland. I am particularly interested in the Overdene area as Hugh`s wife my Great Aunt Eva died at Ashville Overdene Dalton Le Dale in 1947. It would be of interest to me to know if this house still exists and if any of your members have any info about Hugh. Regards John Kirton
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