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red mail Isaac Allinson
In 1856, My GGGrandfather, Isaac Allinson, born 1835 in Dacre, Cumberland married Deborah Stanley, born 1836 in Keswick. I can find no record of their marriage, and hope that someone may have some information for me.
red mail wilson bedlington
ggrandmother had bake shop in Keswick...late 1800's..son married Jane Bedlington. He left for America early 1900's..any info apppreciated...
red mail derwent hodgson
looking for info derwent hodgson born 1882 keswick to sarah agnes hodgson?no known father believed to live at lake road .joseph hodgson boatman father of sarah born 1830 also son of joseph .alfred e hodgson any info welcome. thanks.
red mail Matthew McNamara
Looking for information on Matthew McNamara dob November 27, 1900. Was Barnardo child sent to Canada in 1911 on the Corinthian. Family has bible with Thomas McNamara inscription, possible brother or father. Matthew born possibly in Kendal or Keswick Cumbria. Family history states "Bella" (last name unknown) gave him to the Barnardo organization. Anyone with any information please contact. Thank-you.
red mail Thomas BANKS & Nancy CHAMBERS
Looking for any info relating to Thomas BANKS, b. 1826, and Nancy CHAMBERS, b. 1830. I think Nancy was born in Crosthwaite, Cumberland. They were married there in 1853, but they were living in Keswick at the time.
red mail Thomas Smith of Skiddaw Lodge Keswick
My great grandfather Thomas Smith retired from Leigh Lancashire to Keswick. I understand that he owned the following properties, Skiddaw Lodge, The Borrowdale Hotel and Lattrigg House. He helped raise money for Fritz Park and was Keswick rep on the Cockermouth Boadrd of Guardians. He worked for the highways department, apparently improving the road through Borrowdale in about 1882. He also with others lead a protest to ensure that the open access to Skiddaw was provided, and was taken to court in Carlisle for this. He was successful but it cost £2000! Anyone who can help me with local information on the properties, especially early photos,or who can provide any more information about Thomas Smith I would be greatful
red mail Mawson relatives
Looking for Hazel Mawson who lived at 50 Windybrow Ave Keswick with her parents and grandmother, Annie Mawson. Fathers name Bernard (he worked for the council)mothers name was Ann, both deseased. Hazel married Mark Cockbarn.
red mail Mawson
relatives of Joseph Anthony Mawson, and Annie Mary Mawson (nee Crosthwait)they lived in Keswick. They had 3 children Alma born 1919, Jane 1921, and Burnard born 1933.Alma and Jane joined the British army in the 2nd world war and Alma went to Egypt and Jane to Italy, in 1339 Alma married Darcy Thompson a New Zealander and at the end of the war went to NZ as a war bride, Jane also got married in Italy and after the war went back to the UK. Bernard married Ann (maiden name unknown) and they had 2 girls, Hazel is the only surviving child and she married a Mark Cockbarn. My grandfather had 4 sisters, Agnus, Mable, Jessy,Ethel, and 2 brothers, John and George. Love to hear from other relatives.
red mail Elizabeth Birkett/Joseph Branks
ELIZABETH BIRKETT, born 1817 in Keswick is my great grandmother. She married James Smith in Kendal on the 28th December 1840. I have just got hold of a copy of the marriage certificate, am astonished to find that her father's name was JOSEPH BRANKS- I guess born around 1796-1800. Has anybody got any information?? Cheers Alan
red mail John Scott
My grandfather was John Harvey Scott, born in Keswick in 1889 to John Scott and Mary Scott. John's father was Jonathan Scott and his mother was Mary Gate Scott. Mary died shortly after John's birth and Jonathan then married Mary Folder and had 7 more children. Jonathan's parents were John Scott and Jane Iredale Scott and they were married in 1828. Jonathan was a farmer and then auctioneer and living on Lake Rd. From 1900-1914 he owned the George Hotel in Keswick. His brother John married Sarah Crosthwaite and he owned the King's Arms Hotel in Keswick and the Lodore Hotel in Borrowdale from around 1871 to 1894. Having trouble tracing back from John Scott and Jane Iredale. Also would like to here from anyone related.
red mail Plasketts of Borrowdale, Cumberland
I am cuurently researching the Plasketts of Borrowdale valley circa 1749. I have a Joseph Plaskett who married Mary wetherall from Greystoke in 1779. Looking to find any further information on this happy event and the descendants of this happy union
red mail hotel business
Hi, im looking for any information on joseph and mary (anne/jane) brown. (maiden name Nixon) who i have traced to owning a hotel/hotel business in keswick around 1885. if anyone has any information, please let me knwow cheers
Robert Linsey & Ann
Looking for information on Robert Linsey & Ann. Daughter Elizabeth was christened 21 Jan 1798 at Newlands By Keswick. Cumberland. England. Elizabeth went on to marry Joseph Pattinson 7 Nov 1818 at Crosthwaite. Cumberland. England. They are well documented in the Patterdale area. If anyone could through any light on Elizabeths parents it would be much appreciated. Thank You. Sandra
red mail HALL FAMILY
LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ON THE HALL FAMILY OF GRETA GROVE MAIN STREET KESWICK (SOLICITORS)LILIAN NINA HALL M ABOUT 1908 A ????WATSON & LIVED AT BANK HOUSE MAIN ST
red mail EDWIN ATKINSON EVANS 1864
was brought up by thomas wilkinson of keswick and grew up to be a painter and decorator living on rose terrace keswick.does anyone know who his real father was , edwins birth certificate says atkinson evans but there are no records of a father!
murray
searching for daniel murray dob 11 11 1889 born millbeck.baptised 1904 at our lady st michael parish church cumberland.
red mail RODGERS, ROBINSON
I'm searching the family of Robert Rodgers, born Workington abt. 1820, who married Elizabeth Robinson of Keswick in 1840. He was a house painter and they moved to Leeds in the 1860s. Their daughters married men with the surnames Megilley, Highton, Walsh and Newall.
Force Crag mine
Looking for info on Force Crag mine during the first world war. Anything will be of interest. Looking for Mr J Lowe who worked there.
Borrowdale
Looking for info on the Grisdale family from Keswick.
miners
Looking for info on Carradus family Borrowdale. Living at the Bowder Stone in the early 1800s.
red mail William Green and family
William Green (1760-1823), artist, lived and worked here. Wife Anne Bamford (1765-1823), children Elizabeth (Mayson), Jane, Sarah, Joshua, Bernard, Mary, William, George, Thomas. Any connections?
red mail CUMPSTON(E), COMPSTON
1901 census Henry and Dora CUMPSTON and their children Evelyn 6 yrs and Harold 3 yrs. Any family details welcomed
red mail Mary Wilson
Recently purchased an old quilt for restoration signed 'Mary Wilson 16 Ratcliffe Place Keswick Cumberland', but unfortunately no date. Interested to know more about her.
red mail Sewell, Cartmel
I am researching my dads family history and i know very little about his mothers side of the family. Her maiden name is Mary Sewell, born in Keswick in 1926 to Robert Henry Sewell b.1897 and Sarah Evelyn Sewell (maiden name Cartmel)b.1896. Robert died young, i think around 1931??? Sarah Evelyn was born to Daniel Richard Cartmel and Mary Ann Cartmel (maiden name Walker) if you think you could tell me any information on any of these people please let me know!
red mail Robert or Thomas Gardner
Looking for info on Thomas Gardner and family. Believed baptised in 1832 at Keswick, Cumberland. Father - Robert. Mother - Elizabeth nee Wilkinson ? Thomas was in Australia by the early 1860s. Was any other family member?
Seeking Info
on the birth of thomas mcintyre born 1840 in keswick who later moved to west yorkshre
red mail German Miners C1567
From Calendar of Cecil Papers Vol 1 page 345 1567/05/31 Daniel Hechstetter to the Queen. Expresses his gratification at hearing that her Majesty had obtained her right against the Earl of Northumberland as tothe matter of metals. Maintains the Queen's right to copper,inasmuch as it is found amalgamated with gold and silver in the crude state.Sends a piece of metal which was lately found and pending the litigation was in the keeping of the Earl;this contains gold,silver,copper and lead,from which Her Majesty can easily see that these metals cannot be separated otherwise than by fire.Trusts that these matters may be brought to a satisfactoryissue. Keswick - prid Calend Junii 1567 - Signed Latin 2 pp


 
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