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red mail elizabeth robinson
Elizabeth robinson nee coward of lane house, ulverston had 2 sons james went to Canada & Richard 1825 to 1851 & a daughter anne lived at ingleton Yorkshire anyone got any information please
red mail hays
looking information on my great grandmother susanna hays lived in ulverston around 1920's
red mail Winifred Lomas
Hello, looking for information about Winifred Lomas born 1908 in Hanley, sister to Edith Phyllis and both daughters of Alfred James & Ann Lomas. We know she remained a spinster and was last known to be working as a matron within a nursing home in Ulverston - Cumbria. Trying to trace details of her death which may have beem in italy or shortly after returning from there. We think between 1970 and 1990. Any help appreciated. Kind Regards Tony
red mail SEDGWICK
I am trying to find the spouse of JOHN SEDGWICK, b. abt. 1828, Residing in Ulverston. I think he was born in Ulverston, but am not sure on this point. He had two daughters - Mary Jane, b. abt. 1849 in Ulverston (definite) and an Eleanor - no information re. d.o.b. I am completely deadlocked on this one. It isn't for myself, but for a cousin whose family it is.
FRANCIS ROBINSON (1858)
I have a birth certificate for FRANCIS ROBINSON 8 October 1858, parents Jacob and Hannah nee Barber. Father is a Draper and the address is Market Street, Ulverston. Anyone interested can contact me through CuriousFox
red mail George Grisedale
I am looking for any information on George Grisedale. All I know is that George was born about 1866 in Cumberland. I have details of his wife and family, but not George himself.I'd be grateful for any information. Thanks
red mail Allen.
Allan Cassley. I am researching William Allen b about 1827 in Waterford, Ireland, & who came to Ulverston in about 1855, & his descendants.
red mail BURNS FAMILY
Looking for any info on Burns in Ulverston area. Have got back as far as John Burns b c1801.(married Hannah Burrow?) Have names (from census') but little else info wise. John and Hannah has Agnes, John jr, Hannah, Christopher and Mary John jr married ann they had John, Elizabeth, Hannah, william, edward and james. James married Margaret and had Alfred (my husbands dad) James, Thomas, Emily, Annie and Elizabeth. My husband did not even know all his uncles and aunties names so the rest of the family is a complete blank! Please help me!!!
red mail Dawson/Wilson
Trying to find information on the family of my great grandparents, John Dawson,who was born in the Ulverston area. He married Isabella Wilson (b 1844) from Stephenson Ground. Grateful for any help. Gill
George Grisdale
I am trying to trace family of George Grisdale, born 1863 in Ulverston. I'm assuming he moved south as there is a marriage in Petworth, West Sussex. I'm especially looking for details on their family - Percy b 1899 and Edith May b 1900 in Horsham. Earlier or subsequent family may be spelt Grisdale or Grisedale
red mail greenhow
family of greenhows from ulverston from 1800 to 1900 from susan
Jane Cooper (Wardley/Tyson) and Halsall link
Looking for information about Jane Cooper, born Jane (poss.Elizabeth Jane) Wardley about 1806-1811, in Cark, (Cartmel/Flookburgh). Married Nathaniel Tyson, abt 1825 and William Cooper abt 1841. 1861 census Saltcoats, has adopted orphan Elizabeth J Smethers (Smithers) living with her. She continued to live with Elizabeth (later Halsall) and/or Elizabeth's children 1871 Sandside, InnKeeper, 1881 1 Cox Street, Ulverston, until she died abt 1891. She was obviously a big influence on EJ Smethers/Halsall life as her children bore the middle names of Cooper, Wardley and ?Hardy?. Any information would be helpful.
red mail James Hullock
I'm hoping to find out more about James Hullock born c 1800 in Ulverston. His wife's name was Bridget and she gives "Ireland" as her birthplace. It would be great to know where and when they married. Their children are: Edward Hullock c 1827 John Hullock c 1831 Elizabeth Hullock c 1833 George Hullock c 1836 James Hullock c 1847 all christened at Saint Mary Of Furness, Ulverston Any information gratefully received!
red mail Postlethwaite
It seems this is a common surname in the area. I have an Agnes Postlethwaite who may have come from here before she married a Mackenzie in Stockton on Tees. Ring any bells with anyone?
red mail Elizabeth Clark nee Healey
Am trying to find out more about the origins of Elizabeth Clark (nee Healey) born in 1873. Her father was called James and job is given as Mariner. She married James Edward Clark in Ulverston in 1903. There is a link to the Monkhouse family - Jacob Monkhouse was a witness at the wedding & she was living at 9 Tarnside with the Monkhouse family when she married. Thanks
red mail JULIA FARRELL
It is believed that Julia Farrell ,-late of Burlington Street, Ulverston ,- went to America or Canada - early 1900's. Can anyone confirm this / have any information regarding this event.?? Thankyou in anticipation.
red mail Beaumont
George Beaumont Brushmaker Died 1929 Lived at 6 Brook Cottages Ulverston Son David died aged 63 A stone mason buried in Beckermet Cemetry Daughter Lily died in Bury 1976 she had 2 sons george and Bert Would like to hear from any relatives
red mail Farrells
Came from Ireland ( Co. Wicklow? ) about 1865. Lawrence & Mary (nee Grogan ) & family - James & Catherine (nee Dunn )& family, John (later to marry Ann Hind of , and at , Maryport, Cumberland . Mother - Mary Farrell born abt. 1811 Ireland and sister (?) Bridget - cook - unmarried.. Any help will be much appreciated.
red mail Dixon - Frears Ground
Thomas Dixon was married to Han / Hannah bef. 1822. Had son Thomas Dixon marr. Mary Lewis - 1850. They had son Thomas Dixon marr. Winifred Farrell at St. Mary's R.C. Church Ulverston.Would like Han/Hannah's maiden name. Many thanks in advance !!
red mail Penny family from Ulverston
My great grandfather, Joseph Henry Penny, was born in Ulverston 1857, the son of Moses Penny a miller. Moses Penny is described in earlier censuses as “a landed proprietor”. Moses was married to Bella and they both lived in the Farnworth area until a ripe old age. Joseph Henry Penny became a joiner and cabinet maker. He married an Irishwoman, Mary Mc Mahon and they had a son, Moses G. Penny who was about 3 in the 1881 census. By Dec 1885 Joseph Henry Penny was across the country in north east England, where he married my GGm Jane Pattison who gave birth to my grandmother Catherine Charlton Penny in 1886. Mary Penny and her son, Moses G. Penny were still alive for the 1891 and 1901 censuses. Joseph Henry Penny died in 1947. Are there any descendants of Joseph or Moses G. out there?
red mail MARY ANN FOX (POLLY) Sandside, Ulverston
Thomas Fox married Ann Coward in 1883 and they had Mary Ann (Polly) Fox in 1887. They lived at Sandside, Ireleth,, Ulverston. Polly had an illegitimate son, Harold, then married Thomas Jowett from Gargrave, before moving to Colne, Lancashire
red mail Solicitor in Ulverston?
I am seeking information about solicitors in the town of Ulverston by the name of Parkinson. Dates of birth would be anywhere from 1850 to 1910. I would appreciate any possible leads. Thank you.
red mail Myles Atkinson
Myles was born 12th. October 1846, Ulverston. SP: Margaret Harrison. All of his siblings came to Australia. Siblings are; John Penny, 21 Nov. 1847, Colton; George 27th. Dec. 1851, Kendal Westmorland; Thomas Ashburner, 16 Sep. 1854, Kendal; Richard, 16th. Dec. 1856; Mary Eleanor, !st. Jun. 1860; half sister Frances Catherine, 15th. Oct. 1842, Ulverston; half brother Francis Robert, 7th. Mar. 1880. Would like to contact descendants of Myles & Margaret.
red mail Details please of CARBIS persons
Looking for any details of the Carbis -people that may be or have been resident in the area; may have been in the farming community.
red mail COX
researching COX family tree from wolverly , birmingham & ulverston
red mail George Spencer
Looking for details on my GGGGrandparents. Per the UK census he was born in Ulverston abt.1825, he married a Dorothy Newby. The 1861 census has them living in West Derby, Liverpool with 2 children Agnus and Elizabeth. Thanks, Jeff
McCOMBE MARGARET
Looking for information on MARGARET McCOMBE born 1891, Father SAMUEL McCOMBE, mother JANE BOYCE. Margaret married FREDERICK BEEL 1914. Any information would be appreciated. I will willingly share any details I have on these families.
elizabeth eleanor hughes
elizabeth eleanor hughes b 1843 ulverston. mother margaret mary ann hughes who supposedley came from abercynon wales would like to learn more of her she did not marry the father named as james smith(athersmith)
red mail Richard Hayhurst
My gr.gr.grandfather Richard lived in Pennington with his wife Agnes (nee'Eccleston),married 1841, he was an iron miner, their first child was Thomas. I'd appreciate any information, thankyou.
William Postlethwaite
By 1823 my great-great grandfather, William Postlethwaite, was living in Brighton Sussex, where my great-grandfather was born in 1825. My mother believed William's side of the family had originated in the Ulverston area. In Brighton his occupationwas given as a 'hairdresser' though the family knows him to have later been in the Army (Indian?) and to have been lost at sea en route, resulting in my great-grandfather's being educated at the Duke of York's Military School in London, where the family later settled. Can anybody shed any light on any of these strands, please?
Layland
William LAYLAND b 1801 married Aggie Agnes BRYER b 1805. They had the following children. John LAYLAND b Abt.1825 Dalton in Furness married ?. Peter LAYLAND b Abt. 1827 Dalton in Furness married Ann POOLE b August 27, 1832 Borrow, Lancashire, England. William LAYLAND b July 15, 1829 Kirkby Ireleth married Sarah WREN April 03, 1836 Borrowdale, England. Mary LAYLAND b Abt. 1833 married John FORESHAW. Agnes LAYLAND b Abt. 1835. Thomas LAYLAND b Abt. 1838 married Hannah KITCHING. Elizabeth LAYLAND bAbt. 1839. James LAYLAND b Abt. 1842. George LAYLAND b Abt. 1844 d. 1867. Jane LAYLAND b 1847 d February 12, 1863. Edward LAYLAND b March 16, 1850 married Isabella DAWSON b December 21,1855.
red mail Arctic Explorer
From The Century Cyclopedia of Names 1895 Sir John Barrow was born near Ulverstone, Lancs, 19th June 1764 and died at Camden Town London 23rd November 1848. An English writer, secretary of the Admiralty, and a traveller in the service of the government in China and the Cape. He was a promoter of Arctic exploration, (Barrow Straits, Cape Barrow, and Point Barrow) were all named for him. He was the chief founder of the Royal Geographical Society. Among his works are, 'Travels in South Africa' 1801-4 - ' Travels in China' 1804 - 'Voyage to Cochin-China' 1806 - 'History of Arctic Voyages' 1818 - 'Voyages of Discovery and Research within the Arctic Regions' 1846.


 
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