Tow Law, Durham
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In 2001 I found out my mother had been adopted in April 1953 and her real father,Thomas Beattie, was born in 1912 and lived in Tow Law. Thomas Beattie's father was called Richard Beattie and his mother was Mary Anne Beattie (maiden name Hobson) born 1875. We know Richard Beattie was a Stoneman (Colliery) in the (...Read full memory)
Stretching over about a mile on the A68 road to Edinburgh from Darlington, lies the small mining town of Tow Law. Approaching it from Elm Park Road Ends, on a clear day, as you pass the various openings in the terraces of the sandstone houses and cottages, at regular intervals like colour (...Read full memory)