Isaac Cookson (1776-1851)
1812 Birth of son William Isaac Cookson
1835 For a short time from Cooksons operated an alkali works at Westoe, as well as the one at Jarrow Slake.
1843 Such was the damage caused by smoke and effluent gases from the Jarrow works that a series of prosecutions led to the closure of the Templetown works, then known as the Jarrow Alkali Works.
1851 Landed proprietor, Justice of the Peace, Farmer, 74, living in Morpeth with Jane Cookson 67 and son John Cookson 42
1843 Isaac Thomas Cookson, son of Thomas Cookson, married Janetta Maria Ridley, daughter of M W Ridley, in Bolam Northumberland
Sources of Information
- England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975
- Reports of Cases in the Courts of Chancery, King's ..., Volume 15, 1837
- 1851 census
- England & Wales Marriages, 1538-1940