- 76 baptisms from 1809 to 1812 – these are extremely valuable because they show the mother’s maiden name and birthplace, and most also show the name and occupation of the maternal grandfather (mother’s father)
- 377 baptisms at Pittington St. Lawrence from 1876 (Oct) – 1887 (Jan)
1,600 baptisms from Jan 1891 to Oct 1910 on the Durham Primitive Methodist Circuit, which covered Durham City, Aldin Grange, Bearpark, Belmont, Brandon, Broompark, Broomside, Byron Pit, Carrville, Claypath, Coal Bank Terrace, Craghead, Crossgate, Daisy Hill, Dragon Villa, Edmondsley, Esh, Framwellgate, Gilesgate, Kimblesworth, Langley Park, Leamside, Moorsley (Low & High), Pittington (Low & High), Nevilles Cross, New Brancepeth, Pity Me, Rainton Gate, Sacriston, Sherburn, Sleetburn, Ushaw Moor, West Rainton, Whitwell Pit, and Witton Gilbert.
Due to the way Methodist baptism registers were created, this data set is not complete for this period. The next register will contain more baptisms from 1898-1904, and the next will have more baptisms from 1904-1913.
1, 572 marriages at Darlington St. Cuthbert’s from 1813 to mid-1837. Witnesses generally not transcribed.