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red mail WILLIAM LACE
I AM TRYING TO FIND OUT ANY INFORMATION ABOUT MY GRANDFATHER WILLIAM LACE BORN IN PARTON ABOUT 1865. HIS PARENTS WERE THOMAS LACE AND MARY NEE MAUNEN. THERE WERE TWO SISTERS ELIZABETH AND MARY. ELIZABETH MARRIED JAMES PATTERSON IN 1879. WILLIAM WAS EMPLOYED AS A MINER BEFORE MOVING TO THE MANCHESTER AREA.
red mail Margaret Kelly
My Gt grandmother, Margaret was born in Parton 1838. Her father was John Kelly born in Ireland and mother Margaret Miller born in Whitehaven in 1810. Also in the family were Christopher (1836) Robert (1843)John (1846) I think that Margaret had a daughter named Eleanor Bell(1860) She shows on the 1861 census, but then disappears. Margaret Kelly Jr married Henry Robinson in 1867. The had twin daughters born Dec 16 1866 - Sarah (my grandmother) and Ellen, and another daughter Elizabeth (1870)born in Tow Law Co Durham. The whole family then disappears until 1888 when Sarah marries John Smith in Iveston Co Durham. Any information would be very helpfull as I have hit a blank wall.
Carruthers in Parton
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red mail Anderson
Looking for descendants of William Anderson who at the time of the 1881 census lived at Main St. Parton. His wife's name was Elizabeth and she was born in Newcastle upon Tyne. William was born in Scotland and I would love to find out more. They had 14 children, but at the 1881 census only 7 were born, namely, Alfred, Ann, James, John Robert (my Grandfather) Joseph, Tom and William.
red mail looking for ancestors
james and esther rogerson and their family esthers maiden name was martin her father was a david martin from parton and james father was william rogerson from dearham james was born 1850
red mail stephenson Parton
George stephenson married Mary Ann mckegg 1829 spent life in Parton having children:- George, Ann, Elizabeth, Thomas, John, Joseph, (drowned in parton tan yard 1849) Edward, twins, Joseph Peat and Sarah Jane.George was a Gig owner, any information please contact me most of the boys were miners and married local girls then moved to mines in Durham area to work


 
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