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Brack, Arthur. Irregular Marriages at Lamberton Toll. A fragment of a register of irregular border marriages held at the Scottish Record Office, part of miscellaneous papers from the Lord Advocate's Office (Reference AD 58/125) Mr Brack has done a transcription of the fragment, giving the date, Groom's first name, surname, place, job occupation, and brides name, and place if different from the Groom. Folk mainly from Northumberland, and Durham. You can also google it, and see the list. Article can be found in The Journal of the Northumberland & Durham Family History Society vol22,no.1. page5-6. Family History Library Ref 942.8 B2jo Spring 1997

Nicholson, Geoff.  A Future North-East Monarch?  A discussion on different folk of Northumberland and Co. Durham, that would have a direct line into Royal ancestry.  Surnames of Allan, Nicholson, Blakston, Bowes, Bursey, Conyers, Eure, Fenwick, Grey Bulteel, Harrison, Heslop, Hill, Killinghall, King, Lambton, Liddell, Lumbley, Marley, Millot, Myers, Nicholson, Ogle, Proud, Sheffield, Sutton, Temple, Webster, and Young.  Marriage dates in the article, 1314-1934, and is to be found in the Northumberland & Durham Family History Society Journal, v.38, no.1 pages 13-17. Family History Library Ref. 942.8 B2jo (spring 2013)