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LITTLE of Stapleton/Kirklinton
Searching for origins of Margaret LITTLE, born Stapleton or Kirklinton in about 1790, according to later census returns. In 1812 she married Hugh JAMES in Longtown, where they had a large family before Hugh's early death in 1841. Any clues welcome, as this lady is proving highly elusive!
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Kennedy's Stapleton and Bewcastle.
Researching all Kennedy's descended from John and Dorothy who previously lived at Haltwhistle' John was born c 1690 they married in 1719 John gave his address as Allo'lea which is near the Roman Wall. They moved to Stapleton/Bewcastle in the 1730's Dorothy died at Bewcastle 2nd July 1778, John died at Bewcastle 1781. I would love to know exactly where they lived. Their son David married Ann Gillespie of Lyneholmeford Mill, David's address then was Mossthorn. In a later census his profession was given as Joiner. Any information will be welcome.
Posted: 2019, Member logged in: 2020
red mail tweddle/goodfellow
looking for information on david tweddle married elizabeth goodfellow at stapleton 15/5/1836 is he the son of david and jane tweddle of mossthorne david was babtised on the 1/10/1822 along with thomas tweddle any information please
red mail Emmerson
Looking for North Cumbrian Emmersons , Stapleton Parish 1770,s would be the First mention in Cumbria of John Emmerson, His son John Emmerson 1777 married Isabella Clemitson...had issue many !!
red mail Mary Phillips
I am searching for information re the parents of Mary Phillips of Cracrop, Cumberland - probably born about 1803. She gave birth to William Phillips at Cracrop on April 24 1823 - the birth was registered in Stapleton. Mary was possibly related to Walter or Charles phillips of Cracrop.

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