Please get in touch, comments, articles, photographs,
anything and everything is welcome. Use the Guestbook,
Forum or Email direct....
All emails answered and free help given with your family
history research (Seaham).
Would you be willing to help with family history queries
for towns other than Seaham.
the Visitor Counter on our Home Page no longer reflects
the number of visitors to our site so has been removed.
A freebie, it only counted visitors who entered the site
via the Home Page and totally ignored everyone else. Our
internal stat, however, counts sessions (unique visits
to the site) and as most of our visitors are now
bypassing the Home Page and coming in on their preferred
section, it gives a realistic count. Unfortunately there
is no facility to make this count visible so in future
we will update a visitor total, weekly, on the News and
Development and Home pages.
The current visitor total since Jan 9th 2008 as of midnight Oct 9th 2008 is
an average of 246 per day.
Visitors have been recorded from 109 countries
and at least 40 US states.
There are now 2512 pictures on this site
SEAHAM MODEL 1864
Seaham Model 1864
87 photographs of an extremely accurate and
detailed model of Seaham in 1864. This model is
currently on display in Seaham Library though
because of lack of space it is hung on a wall
and in its vertical position is difficult to
relate to. If you have any questions about
Seaham 144 years ago then the answers are
probably here. Captions are very basic but
information will be added in the next week or
two as time allows
Coming soon, photographs of all gravestones
or memorials and records whether in the UK or Europe
of all Seaham folk killed serving during WW1. Also
records of all those who survived, this wonderful
facility will come courtesy of John and Kathleen
Almost all of the
modern aerial photographs on this site are here
courtesy of Robert Hunter
On his site you will find aerial photographs of
Seaham, County Durham towns and villages, Newcastle,
Sunderland, Durham, Chester le St, Hartlepool,
Whitby and Northumberland.
Prints can be purchased from Robert and also a
superb book of 25 aerial photographs of Seaham.
like to help out on the site? Research
captions for site photographs of your town,
photographs which may interest other
visitors,or just reminisce.
would be great to hear from you,
with your help we can make a good
GUESTBOOK has been moved to a new
location, it is now much faster and more