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red mail Gibson family
I'm looking for any information about Margaret Gibson who was born in Milnthorpe about 1788 and who went on to marry John Rowlinson of Silverdale. Any information would be welcome - this lady's maiden name was carried forward in the Rowlinson family for almost 200 years.
red mail Wilkinson
I'm looking for information on William Wilkinson born 1791 in Meathop, Westmoreland. He married Mary (?) who died in 1851 in Leeds, W. Yorkshire. He then married Elizabeth Ambler that same year. He had 4 children with Mary - Elizabeth, Emma, Henry, and Edward. He had 2 children with Elizabeth - Eleanor Ambler and Teresa. His father is listed as John Wilkinson on his marriage certificate. His profession was either Tailor or Sailor. William's occupation was provisions dealer. He died in Leeds between 1861 and 1871.
red mail WISEMAN
Inf required on a Michael Wiseman in area(Heversham- Preston Richards) in 1729 era.he filed a petition for arrears relief for 3 children, detail unknown.(document WQSR 5/7 Cumbria R.O. Kendal refers).The petition was rejected at Carlisle Q Sessions in 1729.Would be grateful for any knowledge of him or relatives.
red mail workhouse at milnthorpe st thomas
has anyone got any information of this workhouse where my gggg. grandfather Harrison Musgrove was registered in 1871
Mackreth, Milnthorpe
Looking for details of Sarah, who married George Mackreth b. 1891, and daughter Isabella who married an Atkinson.
red mail laycock - davison
frances laycock born 1947 in sacred heart convent milnthorpe to patricia may laycock,searching for a george william laycock, who i believe is my grandfather,he was married to frances may davison+ lived in great grandparents house in byker, newcastle upon tyne in the early 1930s
red mail Trotter
Miles Trotter and family - he was born c 1819 in Milnthorpe but lied in Witherslack with mother Isabella (nee Becket) and father William till abt 1860 when he went to Northumberland to work in coal mines.
red mail Thomas & Jane CLEMMY
Thomas Clemmy was born about 1779. He was a wheelwright and joiner/carpenter in Ackenthwaite. His daughter Isabella married William Smith, sawyer and grocer, in 1825. Their son William Smith born 1835 married Margaret Paisley. Thomas Clemmy's wife was possibly Jane Robinson. Is anyone researching the Clemmy/Clemminson family from this area?
red mail Milnthorpe, Beetham, Pennybridge
Looking for information about any Gilbanks, Gillbanks living in this area from 1755 onwards - also Greenodd and Burton-in-Kendal. Cheers, Ann


 
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