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red mail Lookinf for info on Fidler family
I am looking for any links to the fidler family back in the 1700's. In and around the st Bees, Egremont and Gosforth areas.
red mail Fox Family of High House
Hi I am interested in any information anyone has on the Fox Family of High House, particually living relatives. Cheers Sam
red mail death Elizabeth Cowell
Death certificate for Elizabeth Cowell, died March 1851 aged 53, wife of Robert Cowell of St Bees, to be given away to first family historian to contact me; charity donation welcome.
red mail John Rudd 1816
Looking for any information about parents of John Rudd. He was born in St Bees 1816, married Jane? and seems to have gone to America as 2 of his children were born there. Then moved on to Northumberland. Would love to know his parents names, maiden name of wife Jane and why and how he went to the states? Have lost the trail.
red mail Glaister
am looking for descendants of the Glaister family Isaac was born 1821 st bees. he married Elizabeth Kincade (1851 census)(they had Catherine 1848) then Mary Ann (1861 census). Catherine had Richard Henry Glaister 1870 (my great grandfather) then married Richard Fye a year later. They had several more children one of whom was Mary C Fye.
red mail Hamilton sisters
I am looking for any reference , baptisms,etc. to either Maria Frances Hamilton or Elizabeth Hamilton who are recorded on the 1871 census as being born in St Bees , Maria in 1823 & Elizabeth in 1819. I would be grateful for any assistance in this matter . Ron
red mail Henry Hancock
Searching for information on Henry Hancock and his daughter Elizabeth. Henry christened at St Bees 24 May 1783. Elizabeth born approx. 1841.
George Watson born 1824 according to census records in Irton. Cumberland. (This could well have been 19 Feb 1824 - St Bees) married Ann Matterson. Would anyone have any information on Thomas Watson (Georges father) thought to have been born 1786 (perhaps St Bees.) Thomas could have married Ann Choice (Choyce) at St Nicholas Church. Whitehaven in 1808. Anyone with information on the Watson family - I would love to hear from you. Thank you. Sandra
John Moore & Sarah Banton
John Moore (b abt 1770) & Sarah Banton (b abt 1780) married at St Bees on the 2 Feb 1802. Witnessed by Issac Moore. Children Ann/Issac/Sarah/Jonathan/John all christened at St Bees. William/Sarah/James/Mary at Hensingham. John could have died in 1837 at Hensingham. Lived at Low Hall. Would be pleased to hear from anyone with information on the family.
red mail Bateman
Angus Bateman (b. about 1785) married Ann Robinson (b. about 1788) in St Bees, Cumberland, on 15 Feb 1808. By 1841 they were living in Bolton Lancashire, although some of their children had apparently been born earlier in Hull, Yorkshire, and later moved there. The family were involved in the linen industry, the men as flax dressers. I would like to find the origins of Angus and Ann, and any relationships to the other Batemans and Robinsons in the Whitehaven area or elsewhere. Please contact if you have any information, or just have an interest in this family.
red mail Mary and Patrick Merry
I am Researching a Mary Merry who was sent to Australia as a convict on board the ship Angelina.I have picked her up in the 1841 census along with Husband Patrick and sons James born 1829ish , John My great grandfather and Michael a younger brother. The latter 2 came out to Australia with her. Patrick died 1n 1844. I am having difficulty in determiming Marys Maiden name. I understand that her fathers christian name is james and that she had 2 brothers Thomas and James, 3 Sisters Susannah , Elizabeth and Jane at Liverpool. Apart from that my trail has dried up . Any help at all would be appreciated. We have also lost track of michael born 1838ish. It is I suppose possible that he could have returned to England at a Later Date. Last heard of in Australia in 1855.
red mail Dowsey's of Cumberland
I have received the latest marriage certificate and found out William's Father is Thomas (no mother names on the certificate) Thomas would have been born about 1790c. I know that there where sailors (mariners) Anyone out there that can help. The marriage took place in December 1837of wm and eleanor. so I do not know where to look now. Help Judith
red mail Lost In Cumberland
I wonder if anyone remembers my ancestors and when they arrived in Whitehaven. They all seem to have gone to the same church St.Bees or St.James (one in the same) I know William Dowsey was a mariner. But canot find anything before him and his Wife Eleanor and would love to know how they lived and survived. We have loads of names, but cannot put the earlier ones together. regards and a thank you to anyone who can help.
red mail Elizabeth Jardin
I am looking for any information on Elizabeth Jardin, born approx. 1803. She married William Cowell in 1822 in St Bees and I have found the following children so far: Catharine, James, William, Elizabeth, Anne, and David. The 1851 census shows her and her husband at 2 Cooks Court, Marlbro Street, Whitehaven, together with Anne and David, and a niece, Jane Brown. Jane Brown's birth certificate gives her mother as Ann Jardine, making her Elizabeth's sister? Could anyone who recognizes the name please get in touch. Many thanks, Petra
searching for descendants of Andrew Leeson who married Elizabeth Carr 20th Feb 1786. One grandson James Leeson married Hannah Boyes - Hannah's mother is 1841 census was Mrs Jane Boyes and stated she was born in Ireland - I've always been told thereis an Irish connection is this it? or is it on the Leeson branch. Also trying to find details of Fanny Ferguson born 1837 but no GRO record just IGI baptismal record - can anybody through light on this? Fanny married ames Leeson - son of James andHannah

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