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red mail Frances Walker/Dickinson Walker
We are trying to locate Frances Walker, ne Rigg, who was living in Dovenby in 1854with her three children, Isaac, Sarah and John. Her husband was Dickinson Walker, my husbands GGGranfather. He was working for a Miss Hodgson of Castle Gate Cockermouth, as a coachman and waiter. He visited Frances, by horse, on 25th. June 1854. He was found dead in the stable at Castle Gate that evening, suspected disease of the heart. He was aged 27 years. All this. Information was in the Cumberland Pacquet. He is buried in Bridekirk churchyard, plot G13. In the 1861 census, the children are living with grandparents, John and Isaac with the Riggs and Sarah with the Walkers. We cannot find any mention of Frances as to her death or what happened to her. Can anyone help please?
Sharp/Tolson family
Looking for information regarding Matthew Sharp who married Mary Tolson at Cockermouth in 1848. Family subsequently moved to Toxteth Park, West Derby, Lancs where their daughter Fanny Sharp was born in 1857. Fanny later married Edward Brown in 1877 at Barrow in Furness. Any information much appreciated.
red mail Blackburn
I am looking for any information on the Edward Blackburn family. Edward 1814-1884, his wife Eleanor (not sure of her maiden name - Fell or Clarke). Also Edward's parents John & Mary Cameron; any info about them would be appreciated. Jerry Blackburn
red mail KIRKBY FAMILY, Cockermouth, England
My great grandfather was Richard Kirkby, b. abt JUN 1852 Cockermouth. His son , Richard Henry Kirkby, b. abt. JUN 1892, was my grandfather..He married Edith Louise Jones from Swindon. They migrated to Australia in 1920's. Searching for anyone who is related to this family.
red mail Mary Beaty
I'm looking for a family or links to Beaty/Beattie from the Bewcastle/Cockermouth. Mary Beaty was my great grandmother she was born around 1844.Mary married a John Turner who worked within the law courts in Liverpool they lived in Ormskirk Liverpool.
red mail Asbridge family
John Asbridge, hat maufacturer, and son of William Asbridge, also a hat manufacturer, lived in Cockermouth between about 1775 and 1843. He was twice married, first to Mary Brown in 1804 and then to Ann Wrangham in 1829, Mary having died whilst giving birth to twins (John and Mary) in 1805. From the second marriage came Ann in 1831. John's sister, Isabella, married William Hall of Leeds, also a hat manufacturer, in 1799 and John was co-bonder for the bond for this marriage. Any further information on this family would be appreciated.
red mail Slack
Looking for any information on the Slack family possibly a Martha Slack one of her sons was called George and worked at a drapers in Cockermouth he was my grandfather.
red mail Sancton
Hannah Sancton. My gt gt gt grandmother was born around 1788 (presumably to the Cockermouth family but I have not checked this Parish register for that - yet!) She married John Townley 16.02.1811 in Manchester Cathedral (one of those massed weddings no doubt!) and brought up a large family in Hulme, Manchester, in the 19th century. In 1861 she was a shopkeeper in Booth Street - (now slap in the middle of Manchester University!) aged 73. 24 Sanctons on 1841 census, (7 Marys, 3 Sarahs,  Elizabeths. Mostly women... name died out?) Only 3 on the 1881 census 2 in Preston, 1 in Bromley). The census shows the Cockermouth Sanctons living off the income from houses. Probably bought by the Woolen Manufacturer? The local history library will have stuff no doubt! After a google search I found - Inscription on the grave of Eleanor Sancton Location - Allerdale Council Cemetery . Date of birth is , date of death is 30/06/1862 Plan location : A. Plot no : 739?. In Memory of Eleanor, daughter of Edward Sancton of Cockermouth Woollen Manufacturer who died June 30th 1862 Aged 69 Years Also of Sarah his daughter who died Feby. 17th 1874 Aged 83 Years Also of Mary his daughter who died Jany. 19th 1888 Aged 80 Years. I have access to the UK census and noted that the surname SANCTON, and from folk still around in 1841 it seems to originate uniquely in Cockermouth! I saw a couple of Sanctons had moved to Ormskirk and Liverpool too. Oh, BTW - upset to see about the floods you have had - 2009.. Dave
red mail Johnston
I am searching for information on Janet Johnston who was my g-g-grandmother who migrated to Australia on the Wistow Hall 1885. Her parents were Stephen Johnston(e)and Hannah Collister(Colester) who were married in 1844 Cockermouth. She came out with her daughter Hannah Payne Johnston aged 17. It seems she was unmarried but later married Thomas Bell in Ravenswood, Queensland. Hannah died aged 32 after giving birth to 5 children in 4 years, with pneumonia. Two of the children died when young. Janet (according to my mother aged 93) was a nurse or midwife. She raised her daughter's children, one of whom was my grandfather James Lane.
red mail Lowthion
Does anyone know the family that included Joseph Lowthion b 1805 who was a mariner. He married a Mary Cooper. It is tricky because sometimes he is listed as LowthiAn in records though he definitely signed as LowthiOn. I'm trying to find out if they lost a child c1840. There is a child, Richard Lowthion, on freebmd but I don't know who his parents were. I'm an historian, not a family member but I so want to find out about him. Also there is a Lowthion who wrote a poetry book called Fiorine -I'm looking for a copy but no luck so far
red mail BRISCOE
This is my first visit on CuriousFox and I am looking for information about Andrew Briscoe. His father was Daniel, mother Jane. Born about 1845, Andrew had a sister, Elizabeth and their father remarried to Elizabeth Brockbank in 1850 at All Saints Church. Andrew, my great grandad, married Ellen Holland in Warrington in 1875. The 1881 census shows Andrew living with the Parker family in Cocker Lane, Cockermouth. My grandad, William Briscoe, was born in the Workhouse in Atherton, near Bolton April 30 1881. The 1891 census shows Andrew living with the McAdam family. Any information greatly appreciated.
Cairey/Graham
Looking for information on Charles Cairey and Mary E Graham. Married Cockermouth 1931. Do not know which quarter for marriage certificate. Was Charles widowed, when he married. When did he die. What info is there regarding Mary E Graham. Also James Cairey married Sarah Irving 1938 cockermouth, not sure which quarter. Any info. on these couple would be appreciated.
red mail Miller & Ladner Hatton
Hi I'm looking for any information on the Miller Family, particularly Thomas Henry Miller (b 1892 Cockermouth) who married Laura Ladner Hatton (b 1897). They married in 1916. She however remarried in 1922 and I am trying to find out what happened to Thomas - I can't find any records regarding a divorce or his death (The Great War or otherwise). The unfortunate thing is that Thomas Miller is a really common name! Any help would be appreciated.
red mail Bethwaite family of Cockermouth
My great-great-great grandfather was THOMAS BETHWAITE, b.1844, who went on to have 11 children with his wife RUTH HAWKINS. We are decended from his son DIXON BETHWAITE who himself had 9 children. We know that THOMAS BETHWAITE (1844) was the illigitimate son of DOROTHY DIXON (b.1837 circa) and her employer but can find no record of who this man was or the origins of the surname. Does anyone know of a male BETHWAITE in their family tree who may have fathered THOMAS in the mid 1840s?
red mail Graham's in Cumberland.
Knowing that there are an awful lot of Graham's in Cumberland I am hoping that there is someone who can help throw light on to some of my ancesters. I know that John Graham 1830 (Cockermouth) married Ann Williamson 1832 (Caldbeck) on 2nd Jan 1858. I believe that John's father was Joseph (1807) (Winscales) married Elizabeth Brough (abt 1807) at Bowness on Solway on 18th Dec 1828. Joseph's father was also called John abt 1781 married Jane Proud abt 1781 on the 18th Sept 1803. It is here that the line disappears. Did John & Jane Graham have any other children besides John Graham 1807? There is a possibility that there were two dughters, Sarah 1826 & Ann 1841 but either these dates are wrong or they are not their children!!! Is there anyone who can help on this line.
red mail Kirkby House
Does anyone know about Kirkby House, Cockermouth? I believe my G-Uncle Dr George Young lived there from about 1923 to 1935 or so.
red mail Stanley
I am looking to trace the Stanley family, living in Cockemouth in 1841. Joseph Stanley b. 1795 and Elizabeth Stanley b. 1799, married 1826. There children were Robert, Thomas, Mary, Miles (who became my great great great grandfather) Sarah and John. Are there any parish records available around the time that would hold information on their births and marriage?
red mail fletcher /allen
I am trying to find any information on my great grandparents James and Mary Allen from Cockermouth. Marys maiden name was Fletcher. They lived at railway tce cockermouth and james worked for the Jennings brewery. there were 6 children george who moved to london ethel who married joe mitchel and ran a pub the sun in whitehaven mary who married tommy singlton lill who died young joseph died as a baby and my grandmother josephine born 1908 married william coulthard from wetheral.
red mail Moore, Pattinson and Wilkinson
I am looking for a connection between the Moore family in Cockermouth and the Moore family in Ardwick, Lancashire. Ellen Salt Moore was born in Turner Heath, Cheshire but she adopted James Evans Wilkinson whilst living in Derby. Why?
red mail hugh thompson/dinah vickers
Looking for information on Dinah Vickers who married Hugh Thompson at Cockermouth All Saints Church early 1800. Had sons Hugh, Simeon Vickers and a daughter Dinah. Simeon went on to be a Sea Captain. The family lived in Whitehaven. Hugh was from County Down Ireland and I beleive Dinah was from Wasdale Cumberland.Any information would be welcomed.
red mail mulcaster cockermouth
george mulcaster married rebecca fallows 12th june 1824 children included the following fearon born 1832 whom married hannah robinson from st bees, they lived in challoner street cockermouth with son fearon and daughter emma, fearon married sarah dyson and had several children , two who died with consumption to the chest so he took his remaing family to canada. i would e grateful for any information that any one might have, or any living relatives.
red mail Bell family
In about 1974 I met Joseph Bell, brother of local historian, John Bell in Cockermouth. He was able to tell me a lot about my family and I would like to get in touch with him or his son Joseph or anyone who can tell me about my father, John Charles Bell, mother Elsie Bell nee Townley, Grandfather John Bell or Grandmother Margaret Bell, nee Ryan.
red mail Casson's of Cockermouth
I am rather hoping that someone in the various Casson families might come to my rescue. I have a William Casson born in or around Cockermouth, somewhere between 1782 and 1786. He married Elizabeth (no maiden name) in 1803 and they had 7 children. I would like to know if this William fits in with anyone else’s Family Tree and who his parents were. I think I have found this William in 1851 as a widower and lodger living at 73 Kirkgate, Cockermouth. His DoB is given as 1783. Also in 1841 he was in Brewery Yard, Cockermouth with Elizabeth (I think she was one of his daughters), Mary his daughter in law and baby Mary his granddaughter. This time his DoB is given as 1786. Any help would be much appreciated. Regards Lyn
red mail sutherland
laurence edmonson,born 1891 ,in bradford? brothers harry 1887 and thomas 1889 who was born in cockermouth.They moved to norwich .There is a relationship to John Peel as we have a hunting horn in the family. I am interested in finding the link.
red mail Satterthwaite
I have got back to Benjamin Satterthwaite bKeswick , Cumberland married to Susan Heightman/Weightman. They had two daughters Isabella Satterthwaite born 1/05/1851 chris 08/06/1851 and Agnes Chris29/08/1853. Isabella had at least 4 children, all without fathers names on their birth certs. Benjamin Satterthwaite born 07/04/1873, Margaret born 02/05/1877, Janet born 20/03/1879 and James born 03/01/1888 all in Cockermouth. Agnes also had children with no fathers names. the only birth cert i have is for Robert Weightman Satterthwaite born 04/04/1877. On the 1881 cencus there is also in the household Adam Johnston aged 44, stepson unmarried and David Collins aged 17. On the 1871 census David Collins is down as Adopted son aged 7. How could Isabella have all those children with no fathers or did they have the same fathers? If anyone can point me in the right direction to solve this or if you have any connections i would be pleased to hear from you.
red mail jenkinson
my family tree is from 1525 to 2007 starting john jenkinson loweswater cumberland
red mail Musgraves
Looking for info about Francis Musgrave born in Cockermouth 1789 and died in Wales 1856 although buried in Knutsford. His parents were Francis b 1750 at Embleton and d. 1802 Knutford and Jane (Wilkinson). He married Lydia Barlow 1813. His son, Edward b.1833 was born in Knutsford and have lots of info from there on but little info of Francis and his ancestors. Happy to exchange what info I have.
red mail John Barton 1816, Ann Sancton 1818
I am researching my brother-in-law's tree. He is descended from John Barton born ca 1816 who worked as a bleacher & lived mainly in Kirkgate. In 1838 he married Ann Sancton born ca 1818, daughter of Thomas Sancton born ca 1789 a woollen weaver & Ann born ca 1799. Their children were Thomas 1841, George 1844 (who married first Eleanor Armstrong from Carlisle then Matilda Beardsworth from Blackburn), John 1847, Joseph 1850 - 1859, Ann 1853, Elizabeth 1858. These children are taken from censuses so there may have been others who were born & died between. After Ann's death in 1859, John married Sarah Mitchell in 1860 & had more children. I would love any information on John's parents or other forebears, also the Sancton family. Many thanks.
red mail Peter Rooke
Peter Rooke 1854 - 1890 married Sarah Jane Fitzsimons in 1877. Register shows him as Peter Rook. Peter Rooke was employed as a railway stoker. Their children were Peter and James Rooke who were living at Flimsby Lodge (a workhouse school in Cockermouth, Cumbria)in 1891. In 1905 Peter Rooke (junior) married Mary Ann Fowler. (Both Fathers Peter Rooke and Stephen William Fowler had died on or before 1905)
red mail Mary Sedgwick Fletcher nee Kirkhaugh
Mary Sedgwick Kirkhaugh married William Fletcher 29 August 1868 and they lived in Cockermouth. She was the daughter of Robert Kirkhaugh and Alice (nee Sedgwick), who in turn was the daughter of Edmund and Mary Sedgwick. I have been unable to trace the Sedgwick family line any further back. Any help would be welcome.
red mail John Dalton Physicist
Does anyone have a family tree of John Dalton's brother Johnathon down to the present only my family have colour blindness thought to be related
red mail Fletchers Cockermouth
I am looking for the ancestors of JOSEPH FLETCHER b1806 married to ANN b1815 both showing born in Seaton his children were James 1846 John 1936 Joseph1838 William1840 Mary1834 Sarah1832 all born in Cockermouth I have 7 generations so far but would love to get back further
red mail Keenan/McQuoid Down and Cumberland
I am searching my Keenan/McQuoid roots. GG grandfather;John Keenan was baptized in Kircubbuin, Co.Down in 1835. Parents;Felix and Sarah Jane (McQuoid) Keenan;b.1814/1809;IRL took family to the Dearham, Cumberland,ENG area about 1845. Family settled in Cockermouth area. Left for Rochester,NY area about 1910.
red mail jane bell cockermouth
looking for any information on Jane Bell born approx 1824 in Cockermouth, married a John Goulding born approx 1822 in Penrith
red mail Radcliffes of Cockermouth and Crosthwaite
Am interested in Richard Radcliffe of Cockermouth and Crosthwaite, living in the 18c (d. 1794 in London) in this area. He tried to set up a cotton mill, but it failed. He left his estate to 4 daughters: Ann Smales (wife of Francis Smales, attorney, Durham), Dorothy Fisher (wife of Mr John Fisher, attorney in Cockermouth), Elizabeth Mastall (wife of Francis Mastall Esq), Bridget Radcliffe.
red mail Gowan Thompson , mariner
died at Cockermouth in 1849 age 87.Interested to hear from anyone with information or a connection.
red mail Mcadam john
John the son of Benjamin Mcadam b.1826 married Mary ann Smith of Workington. It's this Date or any further info that I'm looking for.. Ta Eddy in bavaria
red mail William Davidson, Mary Ann Carruthers
Looking for genealogy on these names, they were Husband and wife and lived in Cockermouth in the late 1800's to the 1920's. Their children were James, Ethel (married to ? Hudson), Mary (married Will? Ingels) Bethia, and John. James, John, and Bethia immigrated to the US in the 1906-1922 time frame. Mary and Ethel stayed in Cockermouth. I believe that William Worked on the railroad somehow. Mary Ann and Her daughter Bethia may have had a bakery shop in the early 1900's. There is a referance to Holy Square as their home but I can not find that anywhere on a map.
red mail Wendy Wright
As a girl she lived at Henry Street in Cockermouth! Today she is a 55 +++ year old lady and I would like to have his email. She is living in Cumberland I think not far away from Cockermouth. Please support me finding these lady. Thanks
red mail Joseph (Joe) armstrong
Joseph Armstrong was born in 1914 , possibly in Cockermouth or Flimby , his birth was entered in Maryport. He was known as Joe. Joe had siblings , at least three sisters Belle , Florrie and Whilemina also brothers . He moved to Coventry where he met and married Hilda Hannah Spilsbury who was born around 1913 in Longford Coventry , they had two sons , Barrie Armstrong who unfortunately died during an operation when he was a very young child and Alan Raymond Armstrong born in 1948. Any information about Joe ,his family and his childhood would be fantastic.
red mail KEENAN Mary of Cockermouth and Young Simpson Brown YOUNG, Dearham
I am looking for information about Mary KEENAN, b. 13th Feb 1872, Cockermouth, Cumberland, and married Simpson Brown YOUNG, b.29th Oct 1871, Dearham, Cumberland, married 11th Oct 1890, Cockermouth, my grandfather. They had 10 children, and I know a lot about them, but I can’t find out anything about Mary KEENAN and her family. Simpson Brown YOUNG father was George YOUNG, b. abt 1830 and Elizabeth UNKNOWN, b. abt 1833 and I would like to find out more information on them
red mail mckegg/mccaig/mckaigg
I am pulling at straws now. I have traced my Mckeggs/mccaigs back to ripon 1847. William Mccaig married Mary Ann Wakefield at ripon cathedral in 1847. They had a son, Dennis is Selby north yorkshire in 1849. Sadly Mary Ann died in York in 1850. Dennis was placed with a family as nurse child and that is where my trail for his father William dies. Where did he go? Did he remarry? Did he have more children? I estimate that he was born on or around 1826. Any help please would be great. Vanessa
red mail CUMPSTON(E), COMPSTON
Searching for Frances CUMPSTON 1878 in Cockermouth. With daughter Evelyn born 1894. Any family details welcomed
red mail Pugh
I am researching anyone named Pugh in this area as most seem to belong to me! However, I have come across some I cannot place on my tree. If anyone is also interested in Pugh's here perhaps we can swap information.I also have some Pugh BMD certificates which I would be happy to pass on to the relevant people.
Lowdens from Cockermouth, Cumberland
I am doing research on the Lowden family that lived and possibly still do live in Cockermouth, Cumberland, England. The original family member to move there was Joseph Lowden in aprox. 1841 with his wife Sarah and first born Robert. They were all born in Antrim, Ireland. There are a total of 7 children in this family. I believe the family trade was building homes/plastering. My grandfather is Joseph William Lowden born in Cockermouth, Cumberland in 1880 and my mother is June Ann Lowden born in Hounslow. As I live in Australia it is hard for me to do any research in churches so any help at all is appreciated.
red mail Cumberland Industrial School
Can anyone tell me about Cumberland Industrial School -was it a type of reform school or prison?If so is there any way to find out why boys were sent there?
Marsden, Briscoe, McNeil 1800s Cockermouth
Looking for any descendents of Henry Marsden, Mary Jane mcNeil, Daniel Briscoe & Elizabeth Harper between 1800 - 1860 Cockermouth/Carlisle area thanks Judy
red mail SISSON
THOMAS SISSON married BRIDGET CRICKET in 1912. The marriage registered in Cockermouth. Any information please? Wendy
Mary Ann Vickers
Trying to find the family of Mary Ann Vickers who was born in Cockermouth in abaout 1844. She married William Russell.
red mail John Jenkinson of Cockermouth
I am looking for family or information on John Jenkinson who was the son of William and Ann Jenkinson from Cockermouth, England. He looks to be an only child. In one of the census he is also living with Hannah Jenkinson, possibly an aunt. He was born September 2,1855. I would also like to find out his mother Ann's maiden name. John came to the U.S. around 1897. He lived in Boston with his wife Phoebe Wassell Jenkinson until his untimely death in 1900. I do not know how he died.
Surnames Linden & Swift In Cumberland and Durham
My Great Great Grandmother was Mary Jane Swift (later Tuffy) (b.1869 Cockermouth. d.1954 Kidderminster). Her father was called Joseph Swift (a coalminer) and he married a Bridget Linden in 1866 in Cockermouth. My Gt. Gt. Grandmother was born on 31st December 1869. Sometime between the time she was born and the census of 1871 her father died. I found her mother (Bridget Swift) living with her two daughters as a lodger with a family with the name Ropson. So far I have been unable to find any trace of Bridget and her two daughters Louisa & Mary Jane on the 1881 census. I'm beginning to suspect that Bridget Swift died young aswell, which left her two young children orphaned. On the 1954 death certificate of my Great Great Grandmother Mary Jane Tuffy (nee Swift) it says that her maiden name was Hussible, but when I found her wedding certificate it said that her maiden name was Swift. I have also managed to find her birth certificate which was registered in Cockermouth. On the wedding certificate for Kidderminster in 1892 one of the witnesses to her marriage to Thomas Tuffy was a Rose Ann Hussible. I thought at first that maybe Mary Jane's mother (Bridget) had remarried, but Rose Ann Hussible's mother was called Mary Hussible. I have had no luck locating a death certificate for Bridget Swift (formerly Linden). I'm currently waiting for the rest of the 1861 cesus to be put on line so I can find out a bit more information about her family background. According to the marriage certificate for Cockermouth 1866, Joseph Swift was a coalminer and so was his father (also called Joseph Swift). Bridget Linden's father was called James Linden (he was a labourer). I haven't managed to find the death certificate of Joseph Swift, but on the 1871 census where I found his wife & children it says she was a widow. He would have only been in his early 30's when he died. It may be that he died down a coal mine? But this is only a theory I have no evidence as yet to back it up. Any information would be of great interest Best Wishes Kevin
Lowthion line
My Gt Grandmother,Mary Lowthion of Cockermouth married Owen Bradley, Dublin in Dublin 1843.I was willed Lowthion crested items(Newcastle origin)as male survivor.I am interested to discover history of this line of family.A master mariner John Shephard Naile 1841-1908 links in.
red mail Burnyeat
I am looking for information about the family of John Burnyeat, born 1631 at Crabtree Beck. He joined the Quakers at Pardshaw and became one of George Fox's valiant 60. He was a missionary to Maryland. Also Salathiel Court from Bridekirk whose daughter Mary married Philip Burnyeat in1752 at Crosthwaite and any other Burnyeat's in the area.
red mail asselbrough
george and nancy asselbrough from alston moved to cockermouth then on to willington county durham.spelling of surname differs ie spelt axelbrough in willington,hazelborough in workington, israel asselbrough killed willington pit 1895
red mail Johnstons of Cockermouth
I have traced my family tree back to Cockermouth were my Grandfather Harry Johnston was born. His father was Tom and Toms father was Andrew who was born in Kirklinton. Andrew was married to Sarah Ritson in 1859, and Tom married Jane? In 1894, Tom lived at 220 South Street Cockermouth but worked for his father Andrew in the family business (Green Grocer 26 Market Place).Andrews children were Susan,Annie,John? & Tom. Are you related in any way to the above? Please let me know.
McKaigg
Researching the name McKaigg - formerly expressed as McKegg. Back to 1844 and mt 5th grandfather who died in 1844. No knowledge of spoude not siblings. If you are searching for this family too please contact me.
red mail Whitfield
Researching Whitfield family name in and around Cockermouth
red mail CONLEY BARNETT
Having great difficulty researching my great grandparents John Henry CONLEY born c1872 Liverpool Lancashire and Annie BARNETT born c1877 London Middlesex. Can anyone please help me - I know from family legend that there was a connection to Cockermouth but have no idea why. John Henry CONLEY joined the army in Warrington Lancashire where he married Annie BARNETT in 1899 - John made the army his career but as far as I know never saw active service as he was too old for WWI - he was a WOII Quartermaster Sergeant. I am wondering if he could have been stationed in the Cockermouth area prior to his marriage - can anyone let me know if there was an army barracks in that area?
John Morrison b. abt 1756
John Morrison married Jane Priestman in Cockermouth in 1786 and died in 1789. His sons were John, and Joseph (b.1789) Joseph marr. Mary Fallows in 1812, children Jane, Rebecca, Sarah, John Fearon, Mary Ann and Esther (born in Cockermouth between 1813-1824). John Fearon Morrison b1819 marr. Hannah Hodgson in 1846. I have extensive details on their seven children.
adams family
searching for info john adams 1861 born cockermouth civil parish horninglow his occupation cooper info for family history
Norman, Mcvay
Researching Norman and McVay familes in Cockermouth and surrounding villages.


 
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