1,983 burials at Brancepeth St. Brandon covering 1670-1738.
Residences mentioned include Auckland St. Andrew, Biggin, Billy Hall, Billy Row, Bishop Auckland, Blades House, Boggle Hole, Brancepeth, Brandon, Broom, Burn, Burnigill, Butchers Race, Coldstreams, Coxhoe House, Crook, Dicken House, Durham, East Brandon, East Park, Flass, Goodall Field, Hare Holme, Helmington Row, High Wooley, Hill House, Hole in the Wall or Holywell, Humble Sledge, Ivesley, Jobs Hill, Langley & Langley Mill, Little Burn, Little White, Low Firth, Low Waterhouses, Low Wooley, Lowfield, Morley, Mown Meadows, Nafferton, Newcastle, Newfield, Newhouse, Oakenshaw, Page Bank, Primrose Side, Pringle House, Quarry Hill, Scouts House, Scripton, Sleetburn House & Mill, Stanley, Steels House, Stob House, Stockley, Stockley Burn, Tudhoe, Unthank, Waterhouses, West Brandon, West Park, Wheat Bottom, White Lee, Whitworth, Willington, and Wooley.
- 3 Feb 1670 Ann Hull, of Stockley, wife of Henry Hull (gentleman)
- 15 Apr 1682 Thomas Perkin, of Brancepeth, son of Philip Perkin
- 22 Aug 1695 William Fewster, of Stockley, son of Ann Fewster (widow)
- 20 Mar 1701 John Cambal, son of Fulmah Cambal (a Scottish Highlander), a common beggar who died in a bakehouse at East Brandon
- 3 Oct 1710 Elizabeth Bellasais, of Brancepeth, died 2 Oct, wife of Luke Bellasais
- 23 Aug 1721 John Cornforth, of East Park, died 22 Aug, son of Richard & Jane Cornforth
- 23 Aug 1729 Elizabeth Sparke, of Tudhoe, died 21 Aug, wife of Gerard Sparke, died suddenly in the harvest field
- 27 Jul 1737 Robert Wright, of Witton Gilbert, died 26 Jul, a pitman who was accidently killed in a coal pit