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red mail Sarah AllIson and William Nicholson
Can anyone give me some info on Sarah Ann Allison (Allason) who was christened Dean 10 May 1789 to John Allison and Mary Fawcett. Birth 1788 Brigham. Brother or nephew likely Joseph. Sarah Ann second wife of William Nicholson of Lanefoot, Lamplugh shovel and spade manufacturer. They married 30 December 1843 at All Saints Cockermouth. Sarah died 1884 Cockermouth.
red mail Sumpton family of Wright Green
Many baptisms, marriages and burials of the Sumpton family took place at Dean church. As a descendant of this family I would be pleased to hear of anyone else researching the family in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries.
red mail Walker family - village of Dean
I am trying to find anyone who knew the walker family of Dean,Cumberland.I am a blood relative researching William Marshall Walker and his brother Cyril Walker,sons of richard tinnion walker and mary walker both of the village of Dean. Does anyne have any knowledge of any second world war vets from the village of Dean who would ahve known the walker family?
red mail lancelot walker
My great grandfather was lancelot walker,born Dean 1834. He died in Australia, new south wales, about 1880
Walker Lancelot
Looking for any relatives of Lancelot born 1834, baptised in Dean Cumberland. Father John Walker mother Sarah Gainsford married Whitehaven 1833.Trying to find any information on this family
Lintons Of Dean
Looking for information in respect to the family of Linton who lived in the village mid 1700 to early 1800 Also the Family of Fox


 
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