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red mail McClennan Family
Richard McClennan m. Sarah Scott 1806, Whitehaven. Son Adam b.1818 m.1839 to Elizabeth Glover/McMullen b.1821. 12 children -Eldest son James b.1840 Newhouses, Whitehaven. -youngest son Adam b.1865 Usworth, Durham, my grandfather. Looking for information about Adams mother Elizabeth, who was born Glover, married as McMullen, and shows as 'Maiden Name: Glover' on Adams Birth Certificate. Family moved to Durham in 1860's. Thankyou.
red mail 1871 Census
I am trying to find information on my Gt Gt Gt Grandfather Joseph Brown (originally from Scotland)who is listed as a farmer of 88acres in the 1871 census. His wife Mary Brown, children: James Brown, Joseph Brown,Margaret Brown and William H Brown. I found Margaret married in the 1891 census but cannot find any trace of the rest of the family. Address: Winscales. Could anyone give me any information on that farm/ house or any of the above. They had servants listed there so I assume it may well have been a sizable property and it may still be standing and possibly converted. I would be grateful for any information.
red mail William Jackson Holywell Goodger
My grandad, William Jackson Holywell (b1882 in Whitehaven)was the illegitimate son of Sarah Elizabeth Holywell and (acc to family lore) a Scottish laird. Sarah married John Goodger of Hants and they moved to Yorkshire. WJH took John's name sometime between the 1901 census and his own marriage to Ada Bickerdike in 1903. I have drawn a blank on WJHG's early life: christening, origin of 'Jackson' name, etc. Any bells ringing for anyone out there?
I am looking for information about Hannah Key, born to Ellen (nee Pattinson). Hannah was born at 66 Strand Street in 1892 and was christened at Holy Trinity Church in 1901. She lived with a Catherine McGrath in 1901 Census at 66 Strand St. Her father was (apparently) Daniel Dickinson who also lived in Strand Street. Janet
red mail McGowan
Looking for information on the McGowans- Back Row, Preston Quarter. Patrick and Mary- born 1798 in Ireland ? where. Son John 1840 who became a mining engineer and married a Margaret? from Canada. Where did they get married. David Ta!
red mail Batty family
Looking for information on George Batty and is wife Ann Batty (Thompson),live at 2 wilson Pit Whitehaven. He came from Thurlston Yorkshire.
red mail GOWAN family
William and Agnes GOWAN's family of 6? were born and lived in Whitehaven. Catherine,Elizabeth,James, William Backhouse,Mary and Agnes. William was a coachman and later an innkeeper. After his death in 1860 Agnes ran the inn (The Grape Inn) with her eldest daughter, Catherine. Catherine later married Matthew Mossop. Anyone looking at this family? Jenny
red mail DANSON
Hi, looking for any information on joseph DANSON who married Margaret BATEMAN in 1836. Margaret was born in 1812 and together they had 5 children - John, Isaac, Joseph, Mary and Thomas.
red mail JOHNSTON
Whitehaven search. I am looking for ancestors for George Johnston born 1869 married to Annie Jones/Murray in 1888. Coal Miner. Have sent off for Marriage certificate in the hope his father is named. I know her side up to Thomas Jones born 1810 in Ireland but no futher back than that. He married a Sarah Ferguson born 1810 in Whitehaven. Any help much appreciated!
red mail McCoid
Am looking for information about a Robert McCoid who married someone called Jane, Andrew McCoid who is their son and who married Mary Anne Whitfield and had Mary Isobel McCoid. They lived in Whitehaven in the 1800s after emigrating from Rosocommon in Ireland. Any snippet of info would be a great help.

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