History of Lingdale
John Snowdon History
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People of Lingdale in Pictures
World War 1
Vaughans Row / Moorcock Row
Farms, Hotels & others
1891 CENSUS and Lingdale information
Margrove Park & Charltons History
St Aidan's Parish Records
The Diary of a Cleveland Miner
Pictures of Lingdale and surrounding area
The Parish Church - Skelton in Cleveland
Susan Griffiths account and property valuations
St Mary's, Moorsholm
Moorsholm including 1891 Census
WORLD WAR II
Skelton bits & pieces
1891 Census Charltons
Verses and Poems
1891 Census, Margrove Park
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Congregational Church / United Reformed Church
Memories Day 2005
For King & Country WW1
East Cleveland Bells JJB
Who do YOU think they are?
Away Days & Holidays
Exploring Paddy Waddell’s Railway
Snowdon Reunion June 24th, 2006
Lingdale Primitive Methodist Church
George Snowdon Diary 1910
David Taylor Journal 1
David Taylor Journal 2
David Taylor Journal 3
David Taylor Journal 4
David Talyor Journal 5
David Taylor Journal 6
David Taylor Journal 7
Diaries & Journals
***MEMORIES DAY 2008***
Tracing Family History
Marske by the Sea history
Loftus & district
H. Harrison Drawings
Skelton & Brotton Urban District
New Marske History
1953 Lingdale Mining Disaster
RIGHT HERE, RIGHT NOW - Whats on around Lingdale
The Forces -
Memories Day 2013
Contact Information for Lingdale & its history
Links for Lingdale & its history
Do these 2 pictures below belong to you?
They were found in the Lingdale United Reformed Church, behind some chairs.
Please contact me on 01642 488546
see School days for names
Just a few pics of the day
still setting up
collecting more information
scanning & checking photographs
'Memories Day' Lingdale United Reformed Church on Saturday 6th August 2005,
I would like to express my sincere thanks to all the people of Lingdale and those who travelled some distance to be there. It was a very memorable and successful day for me and my family.
I cannot thank you enough, I only wished that I had more time to speak with people, but I was kept extremely busy all day and we estimated that there must have been about 200 people who passed through the doors on the day.
I have managed to get some of the names missing from photographs already on the site, and many many more to add to it. (it may take me a little while to sort them out)
I would like to thank Susan Griffiths, Brian Dove and the Lingdale United Reformed Church members for allowing me to use their Church for this event, and helping out on the day without them it would not have be possible, Thank you very much.
All monies raised went to Church funds and the collection amounted to £118. Thank you once again.
I would also like to thank my mum, Margaret, my sisters, Margaret & Wendy and my nieces, Lucy and Emma for helping out on the day I don't know what I would have done without their help. Thank you.
I can be contacted using the email form or Tel: Redcar 01642 488546 if you require any more information about any of the photographs on the site.
Who is this?
This photograph was found in the cellar of the Lingdale Tavern, about 25 - 30 years ago. it gives no indication to who it is.
The book title is 'DAISY' published in 1869 by Warnes, and was the 1st in a series written by Susan Warner, it is an american publication.
The photograph has a metallic finish to it, (depending how it is looked at it could almost be a negative), but as yet I am unable to put a date or names to it.
At a rough guess, I think it was probably taken about early 1900's, the Gentlemans suit is of superior quality, but I also think that he came from a mining background, as he has a scarf under his shirt collar.
Many Many Thanks to Violet Wood (nee Ditchburn) for bringing it along to Memories Day, who found it.
The book is available to read online, please use the link below.
A Collection of Memories
A collection of memories from the East Cleveland area. They are focusing in on the Ironstone mining communities on the lives of the miners, families and villages.
The main collection has been divided into two parts for ease of access. This first part of the collection looks at Mining, Religion and Home-Life.
See Link below
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