At St. Oswald in the city of Durham :
- 2,844 burials covering 1750-1793 and filling the 1844 gap. This gives us continuous coverage of the burials at St. Oswald from 1750 to the end of 1868 – over 100 years of burials in the heart of Durham.
- 1,019 baptisms covering 1773-1793 and filling the 1844 gap. We now have continuous baptism coverage at St. Oswald for 1773-1869 – almost 100 years.
Residences mentioned include Aldin Grange (also called Aldernage), Auton Stile, Baxter Wood, Bearpark, Brancepeth, Broom (also called Brome), Burnhall, Butterby, Church Street, Claypath, Court Lane, Croxdale, Elvet Bridge, Farewell Hall, Gilesgate, Hallgarth Street, Houghall, King Street, Little St. Mary parish, Market Place, New Elvet, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Old Burnhall, Old Elvet, Old Durham, Pittington, Relly, Sadler Street, Shincliffe, Stonebridge, Stotgate, Sunderland Bridge, White Houses, Whitfield House, and the adjacent parishes and chapelries of St. Giles, St. Margaret’s, St. Mary le Bow, and St. Nicholas, plus the institutions of the Workhouse , Infirmary, and County Gaol.
- 5 Jan 1750 John Hewitt, son of George Hewitt (tailor)
- 1 Jul 1760 Mr. John Byerley, late officer in the excise
- 7 Jan 1770 Jane Featherstonhaugh, wife of William Featherstonhaugh
- 13 May 1780 Mrs. Eleanor Suggett, widow, late mistress of a Boarding School in this parish
- 18 Feb 1790 Frances Salvin, of Croxdale, daughter of William Salvin (esquire, papist)
- 15 Jun 1793 Ann Laybourn, age: 69, papist, late servant to William Salvin esquire of Croxdale
- 13 Mar 1844 Mary Longstaff, of Old Elvet, age: 94
- 11 Jul 1773 Henry Brymer Blacket, son of Joseph Blacket (spinning wheel maker)
- 19 Mar 1780 Samuel Marlowe, son of Mr. Robert Marlowe (singing man)
- 10 Mar 1782 Robert Carnes, infant son of William Carnes (joiner, of St.Nicholas Parish) by his wife Ann (who died in childbirth and was buried this day in the Churchyard of this parish)
- 1 Aug 1790 John Wall, son of John Wall (shopman to Mr. Green a chemist)
- 29 Oct 1793 Augusta Andrews Lindesay, daughter of Martin Lindesay (esquire, late a captain in the 26th Regiment of Foot)
- 7 Jan 1844 James Maxfield Lister, of New Elvet, son of Joseph (baker) & Mary Lister