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red mail Irving born 1771
I am looking for information on Irvings in Alston, I have Jonathan Irving born 1771, in Flimby from 1841 census and am trying to find his birth place. From IGI I have found a Jonathan Irving in Alston but no parents etc, if anyone can help would be very grateful.
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2021
Green Family
Looking for ALL children of JOSHUA GREEN and TAMAR ROW/ROWE/HOWE the couple were married at ALSTON in 1738. I need to find if they had a son called EDWARD. I have been unsuucessful on IGI at Alston but maybe at a nearby church? grateful for any help. thank you
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Hiltons of Alston
I am researching the Hilton family of Alston. Thomas was alive in 1748 and his later descendants continued to hold land in the Blaghill hilltop area. In the 1850's, three members of that generation migrated to Australia, from whom I descend. Any information regarding Thomas Hilton and earlier would be gratefully received.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Elias Place/Ann Watson
does any body have any info. regarding these two people Elias Place 1705 and Ann Watson 1700. I know that they moved to Durham but they lived and were married in Alston
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Atkinson Family
I am researching the family of John and Eunice Atkinson of Middle Farm, Alston, Cumbria. John Atkinson was born 1831 and Eunice about 1839. They had several children together. Their daughter, Mary Jane Atkinson, born 1868/9, when on to marry James Laycock and together they became my great grandparents! Interested to hear of anyone researching them or related. Many thanks, Gill
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2020
red mail John Bell
John was born c 1798 and if the naming pattern is correct his parents names were Joseph and Jane. He married Hannah Wardale/Wardell from Cantley, Yorkshire c 1824? He died in 1868 in Knarsedale. His children were, Joseph, Mary, Edward, Jane, John, Hannah, William, Sarah and Margaret. Any help would be wonderful.
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2018
red mail 1819 and before
According to the 1861 Census my great-great grandfather, Ridley Scott, was born in Alston, Cumberland. His mother's name is Lettisha or Letitia. She was born abt. 1870 and died in 1849. I have no idea who is father is. Does anyone have any information on the family?
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Bell's of Knaresdale
I am looking for information on a Thomas Bell (circa 1690) lived at Knaresdale Manor or Knaresdale Hall married Ann Wallis both are buried in Alston Churchyard
red mail Alston
William Richardson married Ann Fawcett 02/07/821 in Alston - Ann born 1822 in Alston, married William Waugh from Knarsdale in 1841, possibly Scotland, emigrated with children to Australia in 1855. Any info re my 3 x gr grandparents, William & Ann Richardson would be appreciated.
red mail Bainbridge family in Alston
John BAINBRIDGE b c1805 in Alston became a coal miner in Tyneside and later Durham. His children seem to have been born at Long Benton, Northumberland in the 1830s and 40s. I am keen to establish how John fits into the BAINBRIDGE family in Alston (lots of BAINBRIDGEs born in the 1800s and 1810s in Alston). Also, can anyone confirm that Eleanor (Elena?) b1831 in Long Benton was one of John's children? Finally, any information on his wife Ann, b1811 in Bywell, Northumberland? Thanks, Jim

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