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red mail Hodgson, Irving, Graham of Whitehaven area
Looking for descendants of Thomas Irving Graham, born in this area in 1849. I am the grand-daughter of one of his sons, George Graham. Thomas had several children: Thomas Twentyman, Isabella, William, Ada, Maryann. Thomas married Jane Hodgson, b. 1846, at the Church of the Holy Trinity in Whitehaven, on July 6, 1873. Also seeking information about the ancestry of both Thomas Irving and Jane Graham, particularly Thomas.
red mail Speddings in Whitehaven / Lake District
We know through friends who've been to the Lake District that Speddings is a prominent name in the Lake District area. If anyone has any info or is a Speddings, please get in touch.
red mail John Porter
Any info about my greatx3 grandfather. Born abt,1808. Became a mariner. Have parents names of Lancelot and Jane but not sure if these are the correct ones.
red mail Jonathan Fisher 17th century
Hi: I have traced Jonathan Fisher to Whitehaven, Cumberland. According to the documentation he was a mariner who settled in Essex Co. Virginia with his father Benjamin. The earliest documentation I have for either is 1690, although I suspect they were sailing between Whitehaven and Virginia earlier than this. Would be happy to exchange information.
red mail the leemon family
looking for any information regarding the leemon family, 1850-1880 especially margaret ann leemon married to john hughes in manchester june 1876 and her sister, maria annie, and their parents, and addresses in whitehaven and district
red mail Golightly Family
William Steel Golightly, my great grandfather, was born in Whitehaven, Cumberland, in 1835. He was a ship's carpenter in Newcastle, NB, Canada in 1865, married to Elizabeth Young Oct. 07, 1862 in Newcastle. His father was Joseph Golightly, b. 1801 in Workington; his mother was Sarah Yowart, b. 1805 in Workington. I am looking for William's death, reportedly lost at sea, and any information about the family of Joseph, son of Mathew Golightly and Mary.
red mail Affleck- master mariner
Robert Dickson Affleck, died before 1871. Married Mary Bainbridge (from Hesket,Cumbs) in Liverpool 1839. Court case - Chancery 1866 re wife's family. Cannot find death cert, or family details. Any ideas?
red mail LIVICK
Edward Livick b. Penrith married Mary Brockbank 1873 Whitehaven. Children Edward Livick 1874 - 1875, Sarah 1876, James 1878, Martha Agnes 1881. Sarah married 1902 to Henry Lowther, James married 1899 to Hannah Sarah Barwise and Martha Agnes married George Doherty in 1905.
red mail James Wood
I am looking for the marriage of James Wood and Mary Ramsey probably in Whitehaven around 1810-15. Mary had a number of sisters who all married there at that time, but there is no sign of her marriage. Her sister Jane married Matthias Spedding, master mariner, Rebecca married Wilson Pearson, all three sisters ended up in Liverpool by 1820.
red mail Wilkinson
I am looking for information on the Wilkinson's from Whitehaven.James born 1848 married Mary? from Ireland. They had children William born 1868/9, Richard b1880/1, Christiemma/Christina b1876 and Mary Lizzie. Mary Lizzie was witness at Richard's marriage to Sarah Horrocks also born 1883, Whitehaven. Known addresses = 2 Bells Lane, Newhouses. Front Row, Newhouses and Middle Row, Newhouses Whtehaven, and 100 Backside, Chesterlee street, In 1901 Sarah Horrocks was married from 45 Middle Row. James, Richard and William were all coalminers. Richard was my Grt Grandfather whom I never knew. Richard moved to Newcastle on Tyne after his marriage, I am unable to trace where his children were born they include Richard, William, Thomas, Patrick, Kathleen, Josephine, Amelia and Matthew. I would be very grateful for any pictures of the area or info on my ancestors. many thanks Tanya

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