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My grandmothers brother was Daniel Maclean. In the 40s he lived at 91 Victoria terrace. He was a Freemason and owned a few properties. I'm looking for any information about him. 

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Pauline - contact Freemasons Hall in London ... it's the HQ for all English Freemasonry and has a records archive.  Google for contact info.

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Hi Pauline!

I didn't know Daniel Mclean,but wonder if an old real canny fella called Jackie Mclean,was any relation,he was a Deputy at Bedlington A pit,when I started there from Choppington pit in 1965,and he was an old-timer then,maybe in his 60's,which was old when I was only 21 yrs old![young now that I am in my 70's!]

His Daughter,Nancy,was a lovely P.E. teacher [very young then],at Westridge School in 1956 when it opened as a brand new school.

Might be of some help in some way!..[even by elimination!]

Best of luck in your search!

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 Yes Jack was a relation. He was my maternal grandmothers brother. I often see his daughter Nancy. She has recently sent me some family history information which her son has been researching. 

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There was a Daniel Mclean born about 1864 who was a grocer who was initiated into St. Cuthbert Lodge Bedlington in 1904. He would have been in his eighties in the 40's 

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Daniel Mclean of 91 Victoria Terrace Bedlington died 5th September 1946. Probate was obtained in London in January 1947 by Joseph Cook Williams a Commercial Traveler and Robert Henry Lazenby a Miner. Effects were £4389 16 s 6d.

A copy of his will can be obtained for £10 using the Government website  https://probatesearch.service.gov.uk/#wills

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