Middlesbrough Evening Gazette_ request more up to date versions from 1900 - 1960
Would be amazing, my grandad was a sportsman and I'm sure there will be articles about him. I have found some from hartlepool but would be great to see some more.
Will help with family tree
Heather Peacock commented
would love to see these added, especially with it's heritage of steel industry
Yvonne Coggins commented
A much needed Resource for all us Genealogists.
Jason Ward commented
This would be wonderful for exile Teesside genealogists!
John long commented
Yes please 1938 to - 1960
Lewis Waddingham commented
Coverage of Middlesbrough and Teesside is lacking.
One of the Joy's of researching family trees is filling in the details of life and living behind the names and dates. The information that will be gained from such a local source, will be most interesting and enlightening.
It would be invaluable to family historians to have this date range included in the Gazette. So much local history was recorded about the town and it's people.
Margaret Steel commented
So important to local historians.
Bill Alton commented
My father & his family, My grandfather, My great grandfather & Many more of my dads relations came from Middlesbrough, And I have searched high & low all to no avail looking for them in the Gazette, I have relations that were in both world wars, I do hope that they are updated in the very near future as even I am getting a little longer in the tooth now, My father was born in 1901 & I have reached the age of 73 now,Not allot of time left. Many thanks. Bill
Peter Gordon commented
More content for this newspaper and other Teesside newspapers please.
Sue Parr commented
It is my husbands 60th on 5th July and was wondering what the head lines were on that date.
I am trying to find out if there are any online archives of the Middlesbrough Standard and The North Eastern Daily Gazette online anywhere.
I am trying desperately to search the careers of my great grandparents, both Music Hall Artistes living in Middlesbrough in 1941-1964, i have been told the most likely place I will possibly find them is in the local newspapers where i believe the bill for the local music halls would have been published. I am told these can be searched in London at the Newspaper Archives in Colindale but I wasn't sure if there may be archives in Middlesbrough also. Unfortunately I live in Worcestershire and work full time so so far I have been struggling.
If anyone can help me I would be very grateful.
I am hoping that someone might be able to help me to find photographs or information about the following shops in Middlesbrough, all of which were targeted by my light-fingered 3 x great grandmother who spent the last fifteen years of her life ( at least) in and out of Northallerton Gaol. The timescale is roughly 1950-1965
John Harrison - Pawnbroker, Bolckow Street
Jacob Levy - Pawnbroker
John Hedley & Co., Linthorpe Road
Wright and Archibald - Sussex Street
Lisney and Dickson
Thomas Longstaff Hall - not sure if this was a shop or a private individual, just that she stole his boots!
An unnamed draper's shop in Newport Road.
What I really want of course is the candid shot of the shop doorway with a suspicious looking old woman lurking around the corner! But any photos or information at all would be great.
THE British Steel Gala was one of the highlights in the Teesside calendar.
It started in the summer of 1977, when 20,000 people attended the first one at Redcar racecourse.
It featured a circus and fairground and a parade of decorated floats made by workers on various plants.
The event was born from an idea by then Teesside Works director David Ford and was designed for employees and their families.
More than 2,500 people of the workforce paid a monthly subscription to help fund it.
It became hugely popular with displays ranging from camel racing to motorcycle stunt teams, family fun from tug of war to It's A Knockout style challenges and music from the works' brass band.
The float parade was always a crowd pleaser.
Every year, men across the different works designed and built their own creations to display on the backs of lorries.
It later became known as the Teesside Steel Gala.
Recover later dates
Illustrate more later years
Can anyone tell me what my brother Fred Baldwin got the Victor Ludorum for in the Senior School, when I went up to Senior School I saw his name on it.
Hi all, I moved to Thornaby when I was little as my Dad came from here, He is David (Charlie) Ingram. We would like to contact Terry and Joan Mulgrew, My mam (who has sadly passed away in September 1999) and dad use to be good friends with Terry and Joan, but lost contact when they moved away. They had 2 sons. If anyone knows them, would you ask them to contact me please. By the way, I didn't know Thornaby was this interesting till I came to this site.