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red mail Forster
Any information regarding Betsy(Bessie)Forster born at Stonegarthside,Kershopefoot circa 1885.Parents Elizabeth and ? William Forster.She married an Andrew (?) about 1928 and died about 1940-1946.Many relatives buried at Stapleton church.
red mail Greaves (any spelling)
Greaves, Graves, Greves etc. Seeking information on greaves family from longtown. Archibald Greaves was the son of William and Rachel, William was the son of angus from Scotland, perhaps Inverness area. Angus was the son of Morag McPhail? father unknown. I have more information. Thank you Edward
red mail Arthuret Parish Longtown
Researching the Irving / Irwing family of Longtown, farms were Whiteclose, Brackenhill, Birchtimber Hill, Hallees, Broomhills. Also the Tinnings from Oakshawhill and the surrounding area. Also the early Black family from Slealand. Also trying to find the parents of Mary Grraham who was born 1800 at Stapleton (1851 Census)
red mail musgrove Family-tailors
Looking for info on Musgroves,tailors to the Grahams of Netherby Hall.I am a descendant of Richard Musgrove,died Longtown 1838 aged 94.I would like to know where he was born and when.Also when he married Sarah, who died Jan. 1819 aged 62.The family descendants lived in Longtown until 1871 census ,by then they had moved to Carlisle,where Thomas Musgrove was a tailor I have got what info I can from census records.More info. would be much appreciated.
red mail Glendinning
Info please on descendants of George Glendinning born about 1831 in Longtown area. His wife is either called Jane Lennox or Jane Scoon. I can't find a marriage for these two people. Other children were Thomas, Jane, Margaret and George (my lot) and Adam. Can anyone help, please.
red mail GRAHAM, Isabella 1825-1902
'Aunt 'Sibella' GRAHAM was born (1825) on the family farm at Cubby Hill (north of Longtown, Cumberland). She died in Silloth in 1902. Can anyone help with news of her life?
red mail Byers
I am looking for the mother of William and Robert Byers born 1855 and 1867. She was Jane Byers and William was born in Longtown workhouse. Does anyone have info on the workshouse or Jane Byers, she was probably born approx 1835 in Cumberland. Jane did not raise either of her children. William was raised by a CofE family and Robert probably by a salvation army family as he went on to join them. Anyone else researching this family?
red mail TINNING - Longtown,
I am interested in all Tinning families in the area and have much to share. Anne
red mail Elliott
Any family member details requird. My Grandparents lived in Longtown from 1939 until there deaths in 1983. My father was Brian Elliott. He left Longtown in 1962 when he married my mother Gillian Leese, of Hednesford Staffordshire members of my immediate family still live in Longtown to this day, but are not aware of the on going family history.
Margaret Corrie b.1811
If anyone knows about the Corrie Family in and around the borders in the 17th&18th century I would be very pleased to hear from you
red mail Johnston Longtown
I am looking for a Maggie Johnston born 1871 in Liverpool to a Jane ( Marriner ) and Andrew Johnston/Johnson she was living with her grandfather William Marriner in the 1881 census as her parents have died. Maggie also had a brother John William who was born 1869 Liverpool who is living with his mother's sister in Manchester. Name of Elizabeth (Marriner ) and George Pimlott. William died in 1883 and his daughter Caroline in 1884 after this there is no record of a Marriner in Longtown and no sign of Maggie can anyone help locate her. Norma
red mail Edgar
Edgar John, born Rockcliff 1829, farming 212 acres near Kirkandrews on Esk (Eden) in 1881 living with Sarah Edgar (wife) & son William aged 8 my grandfather.

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