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Tyneside Family History.
This web page is part of the Tyneside Family History web
site. The site is a history of colliery villages in the North East of England,
in particular the areas of Newcastle, Seghill, Cramlington, Killingworth, Burradon, Seaton Burn and Weetslade in Northumberland in the 19th
Century. Pages on the site include Migration, Irish, Housing, Institutes, Clubs, Education, Farming and
Work. There are many surnames included in the pages, which may be of interest to
Also include is my own personal family tree interests the
surnames:- KANE, WAKE and DINNING.
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[Seaton Burn, 1864.]
[My Kane Family Tree.]
[KANE Celtic origins.]
[KANE 1861 article.]
[ KANE message board]
[Annitsford Roman Catholic.]
[Cramlington, Methodist Welcome Chapel.]
[Cramlington, St. Nicholas.]
[Dudley St Paul's.]
[Newcastle, All Saints.][Newcastle St. Johns.][Newcastle St. Marys.]
[Killingworth, St. John the Baptist.]
[Seghill Primitive Methodist.]
[Woodhorn Church Newbiggin.]
Clubs & Pubs.
[Weetslade Working Men's Clubs.]
[Dudley Colliery, Marching Banner.]
[High Weetslade Farm.]
[Dudley Old School House .]
[Dudley and Seaton Burn Institutes.]
[Tyne Dock School.]
Family Photographs and Histories.
[Edwin and Sarah
Mills nee Holland.]
[Ernest Wake, WW1.]
[Ernest Wake, Tram.]
[Nellie Wake/ Watson.]
[Elizabeth Wake nee Mills.]
[Dudley Buses 1996.][Newcastle Centeral Station.]
[ Newcastle Tram.]
[ Swing Bridge.][ High Level Bridge.]
Streets of Tyneside.
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[Shipwreck Lady Feversham.]
[Burradon Pele Tower.]
Coins A collection of UK coins from the 18th to the 20th century.
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