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Looking for Philp family of Newcastle and South Shields particularly George Arthur Philp

Query by Ledeux

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on 2012-08-27 10:26:49

Ledeux , from Bracknell, Berkshire but born South Shields, was Co. Durham now Tyne and Wear, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Jun 2012.

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by SilverVixen on 2012-08-27 11:12:34

UK 191 census living at 21 Grace Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland
George Arthur PHILP, head, married, 31 (1880) Shorthand Writer & Typist, Born Newcastle
Constance Isabella, wife, 39 (1872) born Tynemouth
John Arthur, son, 7 (1904) School, Newcastle
Cecil Stephenson, son, 6 (1905) Newcastle
Winifred Mary, daughter, 3 (1908) Newcastle
Constance Mary, daughter, 2 months (1911) Newcastle

George Arthur Philp born 1880, Newcastle upon Tyne, Q2 10B 16
George Arthur Philp married Constance I Wherly, Newcastle, 1902, Q2 10B 240

UK 1881 Census, living at 14 Charlotte Street, Elswick, Northumberland, Newcastle upon Tyne
George Lightfoot, head, Widower, 67 ( 1814) Land agents clerk, born Durham
Robert James Phelp (sic) son in law, married, 30 (1851) Bankers Clerk, London
Mary Phelp, daughter, 35 (1846) Durham
Robert Henry Phelp, grandson, 4 ( 1877) Newcastle
Harold Phelp, grandson, 3 (1878) Newcastle
George Arthur Phelp, grandson, 1 (1880) Newcastle

Mary Lightfoot married Robert James Philp 1875 Q2 10B 29

by Ledeux on 2012-08-27 12:11:19

Thank you very much. Do you have any information on my father's ( John Arthut Philp) siblings? He was the son of George Arthur Philp, born 1880, and I am particularly interested in the legitimacy of his youngest brother, Allan George Philp, because it appears that he was born some long time after his father, George Arthur, left home.

by SilverVixen on 2012-08-27 12:48:24

Cecil Stephenson born 1904, Newcastle: Q4 10B 43
No marriage that I can see
Died 1973, South Shields, Durham, Q3 1A 1758

Winifred Mary born 1908, Newcastle : Q1 10B 112
Cannot see marriage or death for her

Constance Mary born 1911, Newcastle : Q1 10B 69
A Constance M married a George W Naylor, South Shields, Durham, 1930 Q1 10A 1133

Cannot find anything of Allan George in Northumberland

Why are you French the two? I ask the question because I live in France

by Ledeux on 2012-08-27 15:25:00

Unclle Cecil Stephenson Philp was married twice, his first wife died and they had a son, Brian. He married again laterin life.
Winifred died as a child due to a tragic accident .
Constance Mary was known to me as Auntie Margie.
Allan George was my father's youngest brother and was probably born in South Shields, Co.Durham. I believe that he was probably illegitimate!
I don't understand what you mean by the last line of your message.

by SilverVixen on 2012-08-28 03:19:10

your name is "Leduex" in French mean "The Two" I just wondered :)

by Ledeux on 2012-08-28 03:30:15

It's actually my daughter's surname. She reverted to the original family name before her grandfather changed to an English name. The name originated in France and has been traced back to one Sebastian Ledeux from the early 18th century!

by Ledeux on 2012-09-13 13:27:28

Would like info on:- Silvester Gregory Wherly or (Wherley) born around 1839 , North Shields.
Charles W S Goodger, born about 1857, possibly Darlington.
Florence Mesenson, born about 1860 .
Sarah Waistell
Sarah Sayer. One of the Sarahs married Silvester Wherly, who was born 1812 in Germany.

Can anyone help??

by Anne999 on 2014-02-09 15:12:21

I think I am a descendant of George Arthur Philp. His daughter was Constance Philp who married George Naylor. One of this sons, Derek Naylor, is my father.

by Ledeux on 2014-02-09 15:29:47

Yes. My grandmother (Nana) was Constance Isabella Wherly, married George Arthur Philp. She had a daughter, Costance Margaret Naylor who had three or four sons, one being, your father, Derek! I used to watch my Nanna play cards with her grandsons (including your father). My Nanna was quite a card sharp, playing for half pennies and invariably winning!!
I was born in South Shiekds in 1944 and live in Berkshire now.
It would be fun to keep in touch.

by Anne999 on 2014-02-09 15:49:37

How funny, I live in Bucks now so not too far away! I was born in South Shields too.

So that makes you my father's cousin?

by Ledeux on 2014-02-09 16:07:17

Yes, I think so, as his mother, Auntie Margie, was my aunt! I live in Bracknell and had dinner at a friend's flat in High Wycombe last night. I have two English friends who live in Taiwan staying with me at the moment.

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