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red mail Walker, Lillian
Information sought regarding Lillian Walker, born March 1896, who was abandoned in Strand Street, Whitehaven, aged 6 months, and subsequently adopted.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Appleby's of Whitehaven, Cumberland
Anyone know anything about any Appleby's of Whitehaven of Cumberland? The names I have are; Henry, Eleanor, Thomas & William John. Any information about them or their families is much appreciated.
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Kelly, White
I am searching for members or information of the Kelly Family or White Family. My father John William Kelly was born in Whitehaven in 1951. His father John Kelly known as 'Bernie' was a Charge Engineer at an electric power station. He was married to Ida White. They had 3 daughters all significantly older than my father - Margaret, Joan and Patricia. I know that the power station had a failure and my grandfather was injured badly in it in the late 1950's. He died when my father was 11. They used to live at 3 Lincoln Road, Hensingham. If there is anyone who remembers them or related I would love to hear about the family. My grandmother emigrated to Australia in 1966 with my father. The daughters all emigrated but later on.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Family named Westmoreland
Looking for graves of this family in or near to Whitehaven. Names of interest: Moses Westmoreland, wife Jane (nee Hewitt). Moses may have migrated to Cumberland from Yorkshire before 1805.
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Davidson
James Davidson married Margaret Proudfoot in 1786 at Holy Trinity Church in Whitehaven. Margaret was the daughter William Proudfoot and Mary Holliday. James and Margaret christened two daughters Mary and Elizabeth at the James Street Presbyterian Church in 1787 and 1792. By 1796 the family had moved to Alexandria, Virginia, USA. Am looking for information about this James Davidson and his family.
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2016
red mail mann family
Elizabeth..born 1836 ...mystery if birth was Whitehaven or Gilcrux(on census she listed birth.p. as Gilcrux...but an Elizabeth Mann listed 1836 with a brother David in Whitehaven)..did she keep her maiden name?...had a child in Liverpool 1851.. David (possibly brother)was picked up on census same place/same time...a big mystery..a big chunk of family moved to America early 1900's?????..anyone out there?????
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Leech
Researching ancestors / descendants of Peter Leech (born 1830) grocer and tea blender in Whitehaven since 1870's
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Trohear, Burnyeat
looking for information about the Trohear families in Whitehaven and St Bees. Thomas Trohear, clogger, William Trohear, farmer, butcher, John Burnyeat, butcher all 1800's
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Ethel Lyon Hayes
Any info about the Hayes family, Whitehaven(1800-1950)would be great.Ethel Lyon Hayes was my g g mother.Married hugh hughes and resided in anglesey
Posted: 2005, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Dryden
Looking for descendants of Joseph and Elizabeth Dryden who lived in Whitehaven. Joseph born about 1828, Elizabeth about 1829. Married Register Office, Whitehaven 28 Jan 1849. Son Thomas moved to Newcastle and married his second wife, Harriet Elizabeth Hallis 1880. Can anyone find Thomas and first wife Sarah Ann in 1871 Census of Whitehaven,please. Also interested in Dryden in Newcastle.
Posted: 2004, Contact email reconfirmed: 2016

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