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Posted by: Elizabeth Christman (ID *****1327) Date: July 17, 2005 at 09:57:16
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I'm trying to find anyone who can help me on my CARTLEDGE Family Tree. My Dad's Great Granmother was JANE CARTLEDGE born 15 June 1831 in Houghton-le-Spring, Co. Durham. Her parents were JAMES CARTLEDGE & ANN RUDD (born abt.1811). JANE had a sister MARY born about 1835. On the 1841 Census for HOUGHTON-LE-SPRING, on Sunderland Street, ANN CARTRIDGE age 30, Head, of Independent Means, daughters 1) JANE CARTRIDGE age 10, 2) MARY CARTRIDGE age 6. Also ANN's sister-in-law (or sister), ALICE RUDD age 25 of Independent Means, and her son 1)WILLIAM RUDD age 9 months (bn abt. 1840). On the 1851 Census HOUGHTON-LE-SPRING Robinson Lane, JANE CARTRIDGE (AGE 20 Grandaughter) is living with her Grandmother MARY RUDD age 66 (bn abt.1785 Ferryhill, Durham)Widowed. Also another widow lady lodging there. JANE CARTLEDGE married JOHN NICHOLSON, and is next found on the 1861 Census ST.GILES, BELMONT, Providence Place, DURHAM. JOHN NICHOLSON aged 38 (bn abt. 1823 Hebburn, Durham) coalminer, Wife JANE NICHOLSON age 30 (bo. 15/06/1831 Houghton-le-Spring) Children 1) JOHN JAMES NICHOLSON age 4(bn. 1857 Haswell, Durham) Scholar, 2) RACHEL NICHOLSON age 8 months (bn. 27/06/1860 Herrington. Durham) If anyone has more info on this CARTLEDGE / NICHOLSON family, I'd really like to hear from them, as well as exchange information. Thankyou, Elizabeth.

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