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UK Sedgwicks - Places - Durham

DURHAM TOWNS:

There are now enough Durham families that to list each individually is less helpful than looking at the places that they lived and worked. So here are some of the Sedgwick 'hot spots' in the county - not all the areas are shown at the moment To see the area by family go here.

Bishop Wearmouth
A large family
Chester le Street
A large family
Darlington
Sometimes included in Yorkshire
Denton
One of the ancient roots for Sedgwicks
Egglescliffe
Just one family
Eldon
Roots in Yorkshire
Haughton le Side
Possible links to Manfield and the catholic Sedgwicks
Houghton le Spring
A large group of Sedgwicks
Hutton Henry
Home of one of the catholic Sedgwick families
Merrington
One family so far
Middleton
One family so far
Monk Hesledon
Another catholic family
Raby cum Keverstone
Links to Ingleton and Middlesbrough
Staindrop
Another Sedgwick root
Stanhope
First Sedgwick baptism in 1663
Stockton
Two families on the site
Sunderland
Baptims from 1719 on the IGI
Tudhoe
Extensive parish records on the internet
Wolsingham
A farming family

INTERNET RESOURCES: 2 very useful sites

Durham Records Online
Free searches on the records
Durham Record Office
A lot of Sedgwick / Sidgwick references

IGI ENTRIES: 1667 (Births 1074, Marriages 489, Deaths 104)

1861 CENSUS: 269 Resident Sedgwicks, 53 families, 65 'strays'

1871 CENSUS: 356 Resident Sedgwicks, 70 families, 44 'strays'

1881 CENSUS: 395 Resident Sedgwicks, 80 families, 50 'strays'

1891 CENSUS: 342 Resident Sedgwicks, 67 families, 57 'strays'

1901 CENSUS: 470 Resident Sedgwicks, ? families, 73 'strays'

CIVIL REGISTRATION DISTRICTS:

Auckland, Belford, Berwick, Chester le Street, Darlington, Durham, Easington, Easingwold, Gateshead, Hartlepool, Houghton le Spring, Lanchester, Middlesbrough, Morpeth, Sedgefield, South Shields, Stockton, Sunderland, Teesdale, Weardale


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