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Newburn, Northumberland:- Church Records

Church of England Records.

Nonconformist Records.

  • St George's R.C. Church, Bell's Close
  • Northumberland Archives Service also has records for the following nonconformist churches in Newburn Parish:
    • Bells Close (Wesleyan Methodist) - Baptisms 1839-1968 and marriages (m 1926-1973).
    • Bells Close, St George (Roman Catholic) - Baptisms 1869-1925, marriages 1872-1934 and deaths 1884-1885, 1918-1930.
    • Lemington P.M. Circuit (Methodist) - Baptisms 1885-1960.
    • Lemington, Union Hall Road (Methodist) - Baptisms 1918-1971.
    • Newburn, Davison Street (Wesleyan Methodist) - Baptisms 1865-1965 and marriages 1908-1964.
    • North Walbottle (Methodist) - Baptisms 1903-1965.
    • Throckley, Hexham Road (Methodist) - Baptisms 1867-1953 and marriages 1922-1990.
    • Throckley, Newburn Road (Methodist) - Baptisms 1919-1969.
  • Early Primitive Methodist chapels in this area belonged to Newcastle P.M. Circuit. Records for 1824-1837 can be seen at Northumberland Archives Service and Tyne and Wear Archives Service and are included on the IGI (listed as Silver Street). Early Wesleyan Methodist chapels in this area belonged to Newcastle West W.M. Circuit. Records for 1788-1837 can be seen at Northumberland Record Office, Tyne and Wear Archives Service and are included on the IGI (listed as Brunswick Place or Orphan House).

Adjacent Parishes.