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  • The History of the Township of Newton Cap in the Co. Pal. of Durham. Newcastle-upon-Tyne (1922), pp. 1-15. There is a brief pedigree of the Blakeden family and descendents.
  • The History of the Parishes of Rookhope, Westgate and Eastgate in the County Palatine of Durham. Newcastle-upon-Tyne (1925), pp. 1-38. There are folding pedigrees of Muschamp of Brotherlee and Hildyard of Horsley.
  • The History of the Parish and Township of S. Helen Auckland in the County Palatine of Durham together with the Township of West Auckland. Newcastle-upon-Tyne (1924), pp. 1-42. This booklet contains two impressive folding pedigrees. One is of the family of d’Arcy of Witton, with interesting biographical details. The second is of the family of Eden of West Auckland and Windlestone.
  • The History of the Parishes of S. John’s Chapel and Heathery Cleugh in the County Palatine of Durham. Newcastle-upon-Tyne (1925), pp. 1-26. This booklet contains no relevant genealogical information.
  • History of New Shildon and East Thickley in the County Palatine of Durham. Newcastle-upon-Tyne (1923), pp. 1-15. There is an extensive pedigree of the Lilburne family of Thickley, to which the regicide Robert (died 1665) belonged.
  • The History of the Parishes of Thornley and Tow Law. Newcastle-upon-Tyne (1926), pp. 1-36. The subtitle is “together with the Lordship of Bradley and the Ecclesiastical Parish of Firtree, with the Township of North Redburn in the County Palatine of Durham”. There is a folding pedigree of Eure of Bradley, and their heirs after the male line failed.
  • The History of the Parishes of Tudhoe and Sunnybrow in the County Palatine of Durham. Newcastle-upon-Tyne (1925), pp. 1-24. There is fragmentary information about the families of Neville, Bulmer, Valoignes, Humez, Fitzmeldred, Gubyon (or Gobyon) and Hoton.
  • The History of the Parishes of Willington and Crook with Billy Row and Stanley in the County Palatine of Durham. Newcastle-upon-Tyne (1925), pp. 1-28. Apart from a few mentions of the Bowes family, there is no substantive medieval content.
  • The History of the Parish of Witton-le-Wear in the County Palatine of Durham. Newcastle-upon-Tyne (1924), pp. 1-31. The booklet contains an interesting essay on Witton Castle which “passed to the warlike family of Evers, or Eure, a branch of the old Barons Clavering” The Eures are discussed in some detail on pp. 26-28, and there is a comprehensive folding pedigree.
  • The History of the Parish of Wolsingham. Newcastle-upon-Tyne (1929), pp. 1-71. There are pedigrees of the family of Farror or Farrow of Fawnlees, and Tebbeson of Wythesel. In addition, there are mentions of several other notable local families, including Haxby, Ebor, Ferrour, Mathewson, Neville and Gray (or Grey), ancestors of the Lords Gray of Wark and Chillingham.

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