2,776 burials at Lanchester All Saints in Lanchester district, covering 1852-1880.We now have over 300 years of burials here, from the first available register in 1560 to the end of 1880.
Abodes mentioned include Annfield Plain, Bargate, Berry Edge, Blackhill, Bleach Green, Boggle Hole, Broom Houses, Broom Shields, Browney Bank, Burnhope, Burnhope Colliery, Butsfield (and East and West Butsfield), Captain’s House, Caribees, Castleside, Chapman’s Well, Cold Pike, Cold Rowley, Colliery Dykes, Consett, Cornsay, Crag Head or Craghead, Crook Hall, Delves, Dipton, Durham, Durham Hill, Edmondsley, Fen Hall, Four Lane Ends, Greencroft, Hamsteels, Happyland, Hedley Hill, High Brooms, High Langley, High Woodside, Hole House, Holly Bush, Holmside, Hornsby Hill or Ornsby Hill, Howden Bank, Humber House, Hurbuck, Iveston or Ivestone, Kaysburn, Knitsley, Kyo, Lanchester, Lanchester Mill, Langley, Leadgate, Low Town, Maiden Hall, Maiden Law, Mawsfield, Middles, Newbiggin, Nursing Field, Old Park, Ousterley, Ox Hill, Pontop, Quaking Houses, Quebec, Red Houses, Redwell Hills or Red Wells Hills, Satley, Sheep Walks, Shotley Bridge, South Annfield, South Moor, Square House, Stand Against All, Stanley, Stobbilee, Stockerley Grove, Stoney Heap, Sunnyside, Sunnybrow, Try em All, Wagtail, Waskerley, Waterhouses, White-le-Head, and Woodlands.
- 18 Jan 1852 Thomas Kilburn, of Low Mill, age: 79, found drowned at Newcastle
- 25 Jun 1860 Mary Musgrove, of Craghead, age: 29, mother of Cuthbert, 1 day old, buried June 21
- 16 Mar 1877 Jane Bates, of Urpeth Flour Mill, age: 72
- 20 Apr 1866 Ann Reed, of [the] Workhouse, age: 105