I remember that Hymn 'Faith of our Fathers' from when I attended St Aloysius. Lovely Hymn.
As a THANK YOU George, here are some more interesting little clips .
13th Jan 1783.
A fat Ox was killed at Heworth Shore Brewery today and given to 50 poor people. Each received 7lbs of beef, a penny loaf and a gallon of beer to their great relief at this Season.
15th Jan 1938
A new Methodist Chapel opened today at felling Shore.
22nd Jan 1884. A house occupied by Rebecca Dixon at Blue Quarries was today registered as a Methodist Meeting house by the Bishop of Durham.
27th Jan 1755
To be Sold: An estate in the Parish of Heworth, known by the name of Bogghouse Farm.
7th Feb 1730
Offered to let this day, High Heworth Farm consisting of 150 acres of arable pasture, stone quarry, dwelling house, barn, stables and other buildings in good repair. Also the 90 acre Bog House Farm.
11th Feb 1885
Arrested this day for stealing a game cock, Ann Little od Felling was later charged with selling ‘Scotch Hare’s’ when the remains of 19 cats were found in her garden.
16th Feb 1880
Christopher Ossetlon of the ‘Yarmouth Arms’, Heworth Shore, today filed for Bankruptcy.
18th Feb 1915
A Liverpool man , John Richard Jones, was today sentenced under the ‘Defence of the Realm’ act to 8 days imprisonment for photographing a Cruiser in the Tyne near Bill Quay.