Contributions from: Fay Ward & Elizabeth Greenacre

 

(Adam Fail 1756 of Kirknewton & Ewert, Northumberland)

 

Here in the gallery are illustrations, photographs and document scans of the Fail family (subject to copyright).

The images are of low resolution, (specifically for the web page) and of no use to anyone who wants a full-size, high quality print-out. To find out if copies of originals are available please e-mail drb@thefails.org.

 

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Adam Fail with his wife Christiana (nee Coulson), Married at Scarborough, Yorkshire, 3rd July 1845   Adam & Christiana Fail with their family: Mary Anne (known as Polly) b. 1855, Christiana b. 1864, Isabella b.1865, Elizabeth b. 1868, ?Adam b. 1858 & ?William b. 1860   Christiana Fail and her daughters - Back Row, L-R: Mary Ann Fail, Christiana Fail, Isabella Fail. Front Row, L-R: Christiana Fail (Mother), Elizabeth Fail
         
The Fail Sisters - Back Row, L-R: Christiana Fail, Isabella Fail. Front Row L-R: Elizabeth Fail, Mary Ann Fail   The Jackson Family   Brian Fail, Born 29th April 1850
         
Fred Fail   Walter Fail, Son of Brian Fail, went to Canada   The Fail Girls - Irene Geddes, Edie Rowland, Kit Heasman
         
Back Row, L-R: Frederick Fail, Robert Middleton Fail Jnr, William Fail, Thomas Fail, with father Robert Middleton Fail Snr seated (front row) 1931   Reunion 2002   Reunion Group - Barbara Chase, Julie Slater, Dianne Mortimer, Judy Fail, Michael Fail
         
Ben, Amy & Alex Fail   Barbara Chase, Brayden Hare, Lynda Hare, Fay Ward   Wards Directory of Newcastle 1865/1866
         
Wards Directory of Newcastle 1865/1866   The Mouth of the Tyne   Newspaper Article relating to Robert Middleton Fail Jnr
         
Newcastle Upon Tyne   Newcastle Upon Tyne 1801   Burial Plan St John's Cemetery Elswick
         
All Saints Church, Newcastle Upon Tyne   Newspaper Article relating to Robert Middleton Fail Jnr   Hannah Gwyneth Fail (nee Edwards) Aunty Gwyn of Australia
         
View from Elswick Cemetery