Jane Lockhart (King) and Rev Dr John Lockhart of Prospect House

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    Amanda Dobie

    I am trying to establish whether Jane and her husband separated after he resigned from the Scotch Church in Hexham, and why he resigned. John was not present in Prospect House at the 1861 census and he gave a Newcastle address in newspaper correspondence during the 1860s, although Jane and their children seem to have remained in Hexham. Lockhart’s gravestone in Newcastle also shows that he was buried with his first wife, Jane Oliver, and that Jane King’s name was not acknowledged at his death, nor added when she died. Any help would be appreciated. I am researching various ministers deposed by the Church of Scotland between 1843 and 1883, including Lockhart.

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