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red mail Pears
Pears, Lawson, Routledge, Crow, Atkinson, Brown, Fewster
John Thompson of BRAMPTON.
Trying to find information on the parents, brothers or sisters of my 4 X great grandfather John Thompson born Brampton area about 1787. He died before 1851. He married Margaret Routledge in Brampton 28th January 1809 and had 8 children. Mary 1810, Elizabeth 1812, Ann 1814, John 1817, Sarah 1819, Moses 1821, Joesph 1822 and Christopher 1825. All the children were born in Milton Brampton and baptised in Farlam. 1851 census Margaret was still living in Milton. Any information would be helpful.
red mail Mason/Boyd
After a long search I have found my Great Grandfather buried in Old Brampton Churchyard, Cumbria. He died in 1942. However we cannot find my Great Grandmother, who died after him, Jane Boyd, we don't know if they ever married, even though they had 1o children, she was known as Jane Boyd or Jane Boyd Stewart, or Jane Mason, born about 1882. John Mason was born in 1886, they left Scotland sometime in the 1920's/30's. His occupation in Brampton was a grocer and they lived in St Martins Terrace when he died. Any help in tracing Jane would be great.
red mail mcgow family
I am looking for details of a John Mcgow who marries a Mary Bell . John severd in the militia when his second child was born who was named John Bell Mcgow at this time the family were living in Brampton. Mary was born at Walton in 1795 not far from Brampton they had two other sons both called William, the first William was born abt 1827 but died in infancy the second son called william was born 1831. I know that John senior was alive in 1841 and was a weaver in Brampton but no trace of him by 1851. Mary was still alive in the 1861 census working as a hand loom weaver and william the youngest was living at the Lonnen brampton also working as a weaver. John Bell was my great great grandfather I have infomation about him and his family from 1841 to the 1900's but would like help for the other members of the family especially prior to 1826.
red mail Reid/Thompson
Abigail Reid married John Thompson at Brampton in June 1837, they had nine children. Would like to exchange information with any descendants.
NICHOL William and MABEL. On 1881 census living at TEESHILL BRAMPTON part of kingswater parish with their 9 children and a farm labourer
red mail String of Horses Lane
THOMAS RICHARDSON Looking for details of my grandfather born 1878 Brampton Cumberland mother Margaret. I would like to know which school he went to and anything about him. Marina
I am tracing my maternal gt.grandfather's family. My gt.grandfather was born in Brampton in 1843. His parents were Thompson and Mary Graham who later moved to live in Whitehaven. William married Mary Elizabeth Hodgson, born 1846, and they lived in Workington. I believe William had a number of siblings, one named Thompson after their father, but have no information on any of the others. Mary Elizabeth had a Boarding House in Workington.
red mail robert hewitt
Does anyone know anything about the father of Robert Hewitt. He was born in Brampton 21 2 1852. His mother was Isabella Hewitt unmarried. He lived with his grandparents Agnes/Ann and George Hewitt on a farm at Blea Tarn Irthington area. He married Mary Marr and later lived in Workington
red mail sproat
Looking for conections with the sproat family from Brampton or irthington. My great aunt Bella couthard family from wetheral married John Sproat around 1920 lived in brampton for a while had 2 sons John and Thomas born around 1922 -1924. lived in the Hexham area Bella died 1969/70
Seeking information on the Porthouse family. I have Esther Porthouse b1856. Any info grately recieved.
red mail David Knubley
I am looking for information on DAVID KNUBLEY born 1771 in brampton area, he married JANE MOSCROP in wigton in 1795 any information would be appreciated thanks
red mail Front St, Brampton
Hello, Does any one have any information on a Thomas Mason? He was married in 1945 in Warrington,Cheshire and gave his residence at time of marriage as 62 Front Street,Brampton. I would be very greatful for any info no matter how small on him and his parents George and Julia Mason. Thanks Kerrie
red mail Joseph Clifford and Richard Proctor Clifford
Looking for information about Joseph Clifford and his father Richard Proctor Clifford, I believe they came from the Brampton area. Joseph 1813 - 1897 married Mary Hetherington. His father Richard c 1789 married Jane Elliot. As far as I know Joseph was there only children. Does anyone know more?
red mail Sands Cottages, Brampton, Cumbria
I am trying to track down information on these cottages (1 of them mine). I believe they were built in the 16/17 Century as weavers' workshops and dwellings, and possibly tied latterly to the Carlisle/Carlyle estate. There do not appear to be any title deeds extant, but I haven't yet started researching in any great depth. If anyone can help I'd be grateful, similarly for any useful URLs that miht contain old maps, documents, or other such materials.
red mail Irthington; Brampton
Thomas Graham - seems to be listed twice in 1841 census - he later moved to Haltwhistle can anyone tell me if this is the same Tom or two lads by the same name? -------- 1841 census - Brampton, cumberland Edmond Graham abt 1791 Brampton Cumberland Edmond Graham abt 1827 Brampton Cumberland Frances Graham abt 1840 Brampton Cumberland James Graham abt 1821 Brampton Cumberland Margaret Graham abt 1826 Brampton Cumberland Mary Graham abt 1821 Brampton Cumberland Sarah Graham abt 1796 Brampton Cumberland Thomas Graham abt 1821 Brampton Cumberland William Graham abt 1830 Brampton Cumberland -------------------------- 1841 census Irthington, Cumberland James Graham abt 1826 Irthington Cumberland Margaret Graham abt 1781 Irthington Cumberland Mary Graham abt 1826 Irthington Cumberland Thomas Graham abt 1821 Irthington Cumberland
red mail George Clementson
I have tracked my ancestry back to my great grandfather, George Clementson born June 4 1846 in Brampton, Cumberland. I would very much like to receive any info on this family.
red mail William Bell, Currier of Brampton
One of my Ancestors was listed in the 1841 Census as William Bell, Currier of Front Street. If you have any further information please contact.
red mail bowman - Brampton and Gateshead
I am trying to trace the Bowman family who moved to Gateshead. Namely Joseph Bowman (1832), wife Agnes (1834 born Glasgow)Joesphs father and mother were John (Brampton) and Isabella (Carlisle) Bowman. Josephs daughter Margaret (also born Brampton) married into the Close family. She had one son before marriage called Joseph (born Heworth 1881) who later lived with his grandparents at Bowes Place, Heworth, Gateshead
red mail Graham, Tiffin & Carruthers families - Cumberland
My great x4 grandfather was David GRAHAM who was born around 1834, probably in Cumberland, and possibly in the area of Kirklinton. I don’t have any details of his wife, but he had a son, John GRAHAM, born c1854 in Kirklinton. John was a farm labourer and married Elizabeth TIFFIN in 1874 in Wigton. Elizabeth was born in Cotehill, Wetheral in 1854. They had two children, Jacob (my great great grandfather - 1874) and Margaret (1876). Both children were born in Kingstown, Cumberland (now a part of Carlisle) and registered with the surname GRAHAM, but then there’s a mystery. They both subsequently were always referred to by their mother’s maiden name (e.g. Jacob TIFFIN not Jacob GRAHAM) and Elizabeth seems to have soon been in a relationship (married perhaps, I don’t know) with Robert CARRUTHERS (born c1855 in Brampton) and is listed as the mother of Robert’s 6 children born between 1883 and 1893 in Brampton (Joseph c1833, Robert c1886, Elizabeth c1888, Beatrice c1890, Percy c1893, Sileva c1895). So one possibility is that John GRAHAM died between his daughter Margaret being born in 1876 and Elizabeth’s first child by Robert CARRUTHERS being born in 1883. In which case why change Jacob and Margaret’s surname to her maiden name TIFFIN? Why not leave it as GRAHAM or change it to CARRUTHERS? Perhaps there was some scandal and Elizabeth decided to delete all reference to John GRAHAM by changing his children’s names. I don’t know but I’d quite like to find out! Is there anyone with information which might clarify this, or with a suggestion as to where I can go to find out? In any case, since John GRAHAM is my biological great x3 grandfather (as far as I know – maybe he found out he wasn’t Jacob and Margaret’s father and he forced the name change then disappeared - maybe that’s the scandal!) then I’d like to find out more about him and his ancestry. I’d also love to find out more about the CARRUTHERS family, who are descended from my great x3 grandmother.
red mail Beanlands Park
My g.mother deborah nixon was married from here in 1897 Does anyone know who was the owner then
red mail Annie (Nancy) Foley
I'm trying to trace my grandmothers family and believe she grew up in the Brampton area. I think she was born around 1921 and had 2 brothers called Albert and Henry. she married William Smith and lived in Egremont, where she died in 1972. Only my dad William (Bill)Smith is living, and it would be great if I could even just find out for him what his Granparents were called!
red mail JANE HILL 1901
Im looking for any info please on JANE HILL(neehogg) in BRAMPTON in 1901 with sons WILLIAM andALEXANDER THOMAS. Ithink her husbandWILLIAM HILLwas alive but not living with her. thank you Pauline
red mail Brampton junction Station
I am looking for any information on my grt grandfather Benjamin Sowter I believe he was the station master at Brampton Station up until the early 70s my grandmother was born Emma Sowter in 1915 does anybody have any further information?.
red mail Seeking possible surname link?
My great Grandfather was Thomas Palmer Bell, his birth was registered in Brampton, Cumberland in 1838. Both Palmer and Bell see to be fairly common in this are, but would welcome any knowledge of how he might have come about Palmer as his middle name.
red mail Davidson/Davison
Looking for any info re Ralph Davidson, born c mid 1860's, married Elizabeth Mackenzie approx 1891. Believe he was a Stone Mason by trade. Thank you for any help with this. Carol.
red mail coal carter
does anyone know who owned the nearest coalmine to brampton
red mail Bell and Davidson
I am interested in the families of David Bell (Corn factor) and Margaret Davidson (father John was a cotton weaver), married in Brampton in 1842.
Looking for information on the Martin family of Burtinghurst (Burnhurst). James Martin born about 1768. Looking for information prior to that date.
edmond crow
has anyone any info about edmond crow born at brampton,married an elizabeth walton in 1694
Brampton, Cumberland
Small market town in east of Cumberland. My ggparents William Nichol & Mabel Smith married there in 1864, when William was farming at Greenhill, Stapleton; Mabel was born at Waterhead, Gilsland but living in Brampton (where?) by marriage.
red mail Atkinson
looking for any information on Robert Atkinson, his ancestry and descendants, of which I am one. Robert ATKINSON Birth: 10 FEB 1766 in Long Marton, Brampton, Westmoreland, England Christening: 4 DEC 1766 Long Marton, Brampton, Westmoreland, England Death: 13 SEP 1839 in Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania Note: !from his granddaughter Priscilla Cross's notes, they left Kirkbythore, England 5/10/1822 and came to Baltimore, Maryland 7/10/1822-I believe they were on the Mary, but those records for Baltimore for the time period in which they arrived were burned in a fire in the early half of the 1900's. all I have is an index from "Passenger Arrivals in the Port of Baltimore, Maryland", which lists four R. Atkinson's and one Rob.Atkinson. there is apparently no way of ever being certain. buried at Woodward Hill Cemetery, Lancaster, Pennsylvania another date for marriage 11/10/1800 source birth-family bible baptism-parish church of Long Marton, Brampton, Westmoreland, England marriage-parish church of Long Marton, Brampton, Westmoreland, England death-tombstone this might be him; AN INDEX TO THE WILL BOOKS AND INTESTATE RECORDS OF LANCASTER COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA 1729-1850 INDEX to the INTESTATE RECORDS OF LANCASTER COUN...

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