• Migrating Surnames

Migrating Surnames


7G5 are exploring surnames in tyneside and the reasons why people migrate to the area.

They are looking at issues like Education, Religion, Employment, War, Famine and Disease.

They are also going to investigate the most popular surnames in Tyneside. 

from Beamish (flickr)
Cranes of Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardsons Shipyard - Wallsend, Newcastle

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Phil Robinson
from Beamish (flickr)
Mauretania on the slipway at Swan Hunters - Wallsend, Newcastle

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Phil Robinson
from Beamish (flickr)
Launch of DAGLAND from Swan Hunter - Wallsend, Newcastle

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Phil Robinson
from Beamish (flickr)
Lifeboat deck of the Mauretania at Swan Hunters - Wallsend, Newcastle

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Phil Robinson
from Beamish (flickr)
Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson shipyard - Wallsend, Newcastle

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Phil Robinson
from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
062817: H.M.S Panther, Elswick Shipyard, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1885

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Phil Robinson
from TWAM (flickr)
King George VI visits Hebburn Shipyard

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Phil Robinson
from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
050179:Swan Hunters Wallsend unknown 1924

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Phil Robinson
from Sunderland Public Libraries (flickr)
Tyne Dock Railway

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Phil Robinson
from Flickr (flickr)
Killingworth Colliery

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Phil Robinson
from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
011153:West Moor Pit Killingworth C. 1850

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Phil Robinson
from Newcastle University (youtube)
Newcastle University Graduation Address, Esraa Khalouf - 5 December 2013

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Phil Robinson
from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
061838:Herschel Building University of Newcastle upon Tyne Newcastle upon Tyne Maybury Malcolm 1995

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Phil Robinson
from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
049158:Jewish Cemetery North Shields unknown c.1970

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Phil Robinson
from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
034929:Fore Street Jesmond Vale Jesmond Dept of Environmental Health 1937

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Phil Robinson
from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
035240:Jesmond Vale Jesmond Dept of Environmental Health 1937

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Phil Robinson
from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
010184:Jesmond Parish Church Jesmond Road Jesmond Unknown 1937

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Phil Robinson
from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
008408:Jesmond Synagogue Eskdale Terrace Jesmond Unknown 1912

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Phil Robinson
from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
049169:Ravensworth Terrace Synagogue Ravensworth Terrace Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1977

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Phil Robinson
from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
047369:Jesmond Synagogue Eskdale Terrace Jesmond Unknown 1986

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Phil Robinson

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