The Northampton Mercury April 5th 1828
Mr. DURHAM, SURVEYOR, &c. late of DUNSTABLE, begs to acquaint his Friends and the Public that he has REMOVED to OLD STRATFORD near Stony Stratford, to which Place all Letters and Parcels for him may be addressed.
The Misses Durham beg to inform their Friends that they intend to Continue their Seminary for Young Ladies at Old Stratford on the same Terms as they have heretofore done at Dunstable. (Also in Newspaper on March 29th)
The Northampton Mercury July 5th 1828
THE MISSES DURHAM beg to inform their Friends and the Public that their SEMINARY will RE-OPEN on WEDNESDAY the 23rd JULY instant, and assure those Parents and Guardians who may honour them with their Confidence, that unremitting Attention will be paid to the Morals and Improvement of the Children who may be placed under their Care.
Board, useful and ornamental Needle-work, Reading, Geography, with the Use of Globes, &c. Twenty Guineas per Annum.
Each Young Lady to bring a Silver Spoon and six Towels.
The Northampton Mercury December 26th 1829
THE Miss DURHAM’S
Useful and ornamental Needlework, English, Writing,
The Northampton Mercury January 22nd 1831
OLD STRATFORD SEMINARY FOR YOUNG LADIES.
THE MISSES DURHAM beg to inform their friends and public, that their SCHOOL, will Re-open on the 24th Instant.
The Northampton Mercury July 4th 1835
The Northampton Mercury May 14th 1836
MARRIED: On Thursday the 12th instant, at Cosgrove, by the Rev. John Graham, Mr. D. Nixon, Surgeon, of Stony Stratford, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. Durham, of Old Stratford.
The Northampton Mercury June 11th 1836
On Wednesday afternoon, as J. Durham, Esq. of Old Stratford was returning from Northampton with his youngest daughter, when about a mile from home the shafts of the gig broke, and threw them both out, by which unfortunate accident Miss D. received a concussion of the brain, which terminated in her death about ten o'clock the same evening.
The Northampton Mercury February 16th 1861
The Northampton Mercury January 31st 1863
To Her Majesty’s Justice of the Peace for the County of Northampton residing within the Towcester District, and the Ratepayers who may be elected Waywardens.
The Northampton Mercury March 28th 1868
MARRIAGES: On the 25th March, at Cosgrove, by the Rev. John Greaves, Alfred Smallwood, of Redditch, to Catherine Frances, eldest daughter of John Durham, of Old Stratford, in the parish of Cosgrove. No cards.
The Northampton Mercury March July 11th 1868
DEATHS: July 6, at Old Stratford, Stony Stratford, John Durham, aged 63.