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Durham Probate Records: probate bonds 1786-1819

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



DPRI/3/1796/A77 11 October 1796 administration bond, penal sum £160; James DOUGLASS, excise officer, of Sunderland near the sea in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1799/A91 25 October 1799 administration bond, penal sum £500; Thomas DOUGLAS, miller, bachelor, of Monkton in the parish of Jarrow in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1805/A92 24 October 1805 administration bond, penal sum £200; Anne DOUGLAS, widow, of chapelry of Saint John in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1809/A60/1-4 20 July 1809 administration bond, penal sum £9; Robert DOUGLAS, gentleman, of parish of St Nicholas in the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne administration limited to residue and remainder of lease concerning property in Castle Moot, Newcastle upon Tyne

DPRI/3/1811/T24/1 3 August 1811 will bond, penal sum £1,600; Thomas DOUGLAS, gentleman, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1811/T24/2-3 1 August 1811 renunciation; Thomas DOUGLAS(1), gentleman, of Bishop Wearmouth in the county of Durham

DPRI/3/1819/A86 24 August 1819 administration bond, penal sum £4,000; William DOUGLAS, grocer, of South Shields in the county of Durham

 

Durham Probate Records
 
  • 1726 - 1785
  • 1786 - 1819
  • 1820 - 1839
  • 1840 - 1858
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  • Durham burials 1813-1835
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    Notes:

    1.  Possibly the Thomas Douglas, the son of John Douglas, who married, on 8th Jan 1839 at Bishopwearmouth St Michael, Charlotte Wandless, spinster, daughter of Ralph Wanless. She was born 1817, South Shields, Durham, England and died abt 1900, Bishopwearmouth, Durham, England.

     

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