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red mail Pearson/Fisher
I am looking for deatils of Mary Pearson b 1813 and John Fisher who married in Westward c1831 Rita
red mail Missing baptism
Seeking baptism of William Holywell c 1826, son of Joseph and Hannah (nee Oglethorpe). All their other children were baptised at Westward between 1817 and 1830. Family living at Rosley in 1841 but William not with them . He married in 1855.
red mail Dixon
any info on the Dixon family, lived in area about 1845. G Grandmother, Elizabeth Dixon , b. 1845, married George Charlton and was living in Medomsley, Durham in 1881.
red mail Wood (stonemasons)
Looking for info. on Thomas Wood who married Elizabeth Scott of Thursby Cumberland 02/01/1858 at Thursby
red mail Jefferson, Bouch
Searching for Jane JEFFERSON, born about 1779, probably in Westward, Cumberland. Married there in July 1801 to John BOUCH, also quite possibly of this area, and born about 1769. John and Jane later lived in Monument Yard, London, but John's will from 1830 reveals that Jane still had at least one brother, John who lives in Cumberland still, so interested in any mention of either surname in the local area from the 1750s through to the mid 1800s.
red mail DOWTHWAITE
Information please re, Robert Dowthwaite, born 22/2/1838 at Sebergham, christened 1/4/1838,married Ann {(?) born 15/8/1838}, died aged 86 on 19/4/1924 at Church Terrace, Caldbeck.
red mail Harrison-Sewell
Elizabeth Harrison was born in Westward in 1839 and subsequently moved to the North-East where she married. Her father Thomas Harrison was a labourer/husbandman (his father Henry was a farmer). Her mother Jane Sewell was daughter of John Sewell (labourer).


 
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