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red mail Carlisle Cumberland England
Looking for James RUDKIN my gggrandfather, census information tells me born in Carlisle Cumberland England about 1810. He appears 1841 in Swineshead Lincolnshire and then he moves on to Spalding Lincolnshire. Struggling to find him and parents between 1810 and 1841. Any help would be appreciated.
red mail Isaac Turner
Looking for any info on Isaac Turner born 1839 in Upperby, Carlisle. He was married to Ann and they spent most of his name in Botchergate.
red mail old carlisle
thomas laidlaw born langholm dumfrieshire 1864 came to carlisle married annie reid lived in dentonholm was a hostler and cab driver drove for a inn named''THE BIRD IN THE HAND'' which was situated in castle st .
red mail Thomas Musgrove- tailor
Looking for info on Thomas Musgrove,tailor,my great-grandfather,who moved from Longtown to Carlisle between 1871 and 1881.His family had been tailors to the Graham's of Netherby Hall.I want to get back to the father of Richard Musgrove,tailor,who died in Longtown in 1838 aged 94 yrs. Any other Musgroves out there who can help? Thanks in advance.
red mail Fawcett School 1919-1925
I am looking for any records or photographs of the above school where I believe my mother Iris Cluley attended along with her brother Stanley from 1919-1925 approx. They were the children of RSM G Cluley (2nd Batt Border Reg) living in the barracks at Carlisle Castle.
red mail thompson
looking for info on mary ann thompson born around 1891 in carlisle went on to marry william scot alexander. they had a son john thompson alexander then moved back to williams home town of inveresk midlothian scotland

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