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red mail Illegitimate births
can anyone tell me the timeline for the use of bastardy records in Whitehaven..I have noticed these do sometimes provide the fathers name...my ancester was born in 1907, all i know is that the father did not return from sea (drowned) to marry my gt. grandmother!....i have gained birth cert. but no joy.....pinning my hopes on a long shot!
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Pyle family
Looking for Pyle family of Whitehaven...anyone with info on elizabeth pyle 1871 and thomas pyle 1866 and children isabella, annie and mary elizabeth.
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2019
red mail DORAN family
looking for any information re:John b.1831 and Mary Doran b.1831 believed to have originated from Ireland, poss c. cork.
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Maybe Whitehaven Mariner
On November 22nd 1806 Thomas Mossop Mariner maried a Janet Mcdougal at Greenock Refrewshire they had children there till 1823 and apart from the youngest child my ancestor there is no trace of the family in Scotland after this. It is suggested as Mossop is not a Scottish name Thomas may have come up the coast from Cumberland. Does anyone have any information on this Thomas.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Gardner Gardiner Gardener
Looking for any variants of Gardiner in Whitehaven and Egremont areas of Cumberland 1800 to date. They were known to be Cloggers in Egremont and had a shop there until about c1970. All info welcome.Will happily exchange details to linked families.
Posted: 2004, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Stephenson, Peat, McKegg
George Stephenson, b Penrith 1807, d Whitehaven 1865, and his wife Mary Ann nee McKegg 1810-71+, and their neighbours Joseph Peat 1805-1861+ and wife Margaret 1811-79.
Posted: 2017, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Morton
My grandfather Thomas Hall Morton was born 1903 in Workington to parents Joseph & Martha Morton (Stevenson/Stephenson). He had siblings William, Richard, Mary Jane, Joseph, Selina & James Mann. My brother seems to think we may have relations from the above children living in the Lowca & Whitehaven area. I would like to make contact if possible to anyone connected to my granda's family. Thank You Elaine
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Skeltons of Whitehaven
I am researching my Skelton family who were in the Whitehaven area between 1800 and 1950 and would like to here from anyone who may have information on the Skeltons or Graveyard & Parish records for that area.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Walker
A baby was abandoned in Strand Street, Whitehaven in November 1896. A note was pinned to her dress "I am not able to keep the child and work myself. Please will you trane (sic) it up in the fear of god and the Lord will bless you do not put it in the workhouse it was born march 6 name lilian Walker" There was no indication as to whether the name was the clild's or the mother's. If the child's, possibly the surname was that of the father. There was no legal adoption system then and the baby was adopted into my family Any information welcome
Posted: 2004, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Seamens Mission, Whitehaven
Information/photographs sought regarding The Mission for Seamen at 49 Strand Street, Whitehaven, run by The Seamen's Christian Friend Society, late 19th century.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2018

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