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Re: Smith Family of Lothersdale
« Reply #9 on: Wednesday 07 December 05 09:20 GMT (UK) »
Snowden, Leah   Wife of the granduncle      
Swire, Hannah   Wife of the 3rd cousin 4 times removed      
Swire?, Leah   Wife of the 3rd cousin 4 times removed      
Teal, Anne   7th great-grandmother   IX   9
Teal, John   8th great-grandfather   X   10
Unknown   Wife of the uncle      
Wade, Mary   5th great-grandmother   VII   7
Walker, Hannah   Wife of the 2nd great-granduncle      
Walton, Mary   Wife of the 1st cousin 6 times removed      
Whitaker, Alice   Wife of the great-granduncle      


Continued from previous post
Census information is Crown Copyright, from www.nationalarchives.gov.uk

Clark,Clarke,Kitson,Firth,Aked,Robinson,Senior,Towers,Heaton,Lee,Smith,Tattersal,Aldersley,Tempest,Priestley,Wood,Glaister and many more.

Bingley, Keighley,Haworth,Elslack,Carlton,Lothersdale,Skipton,Bradford, West Yorkshire.
Arkholme, Croston,Lancaster,Lancashire.
Longtown,Whitehaven,Carlisle,Cumberland.

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Re: Smith Family of Lothersdale
« Reply #10 on: Wednesday 07 December 05 09:20 GMT (UK) »
Whiteoak, Aaron   3rd cousin 4 times removed   XII   8
Whiteoak, Abraham   4th cousin 3 times removed   XIII   8
Whiteoak, Alfred   Granduncle   IV   3
Whiteoak, Alfred   1st cousin once removed   V   3
Whiteoak, Alice   1st cousin twice removed   VI   4
Whiteoak, Alice   2nd cousin twice removed   VIII   5
Whiteoak, Alice   2nd cousin once removed   VII   4
Whiteoak, Ambrose   Great-granduncle   V   4
Whiteoak, Andrew   3rd great-grandfather   V   5
Whiteoak, Andrew   Great-granduncle   V   4
Whiteoak, Ann   1st cousin 3 times removed   VII   5
Whiteoak, Ann   Grandaunt   IV   3
Whiteoak, Ann   4th cousin 3 times removed   XIII   8
Whiteoak, Ann   4th cousin 3 times removed   XIII   8
Whiteoak, Ann   2nd cousin twice removed   VIII   5
Whiteoak, Anna   5th great-grandaunt   IX   8
Whiteoak, Arthur   1st cousin once removed   V   3
Whiteoak, Betty   4th cousin 3 times removed   XIII   8
Whiteoak, Betty   4th cousin 3 times removed   XIII   8
Whiteoak, Bridget   Great-grandaunt   V   4
Whiteoak, Cecilia Ellen   3rd cousin once removed   IX   5
Whiteoak, Clara   Grandaunt   IV   3
Whiteoak, Clara   2nd cousin once removed   VII   4
Whiteoak, Elizabeth   2nd cousin twice removed   VIII   5
Whiteoak, Elizabeth   Grandaunt   IV   3
Whiteoak, Elizabeth Ann   1st cousin twice removed   VI   4
Whiteoak, Ellen   Grandmother   II   2
Whiteoak, Ephraim   4th cousin 3 times removed   XIII   8
Whiteoak, Ezra   3rd cousin 4 times removed   XII   8
Whiteoak, Ezra   4th cousin 3 times removed   XIII   8
Whiteoak, Francis   3rd cousin once removed   IX   5
Whiteoak, Fred   2nd cousin once removed   VII   4
Whiteoak, Fred   1st cousin once removed   V   3
Whiteoak, Fred   1st cousin once removed   V   3
Whiteoak, George   4th great-grandfather   VI   6
Whiteoak, George   2nd great-granduncle   VI   5
Whiteoak, George   Great-granduncle   V   4
Whiteoak, George   1st cousin 3 times removed   VII   5
Whiteoak, George   1st cousin twice removed   VI   4
Whiteoak, Gertrude   3rd cousin once removed   IX   5
Whiteoak, Hannah   1st cousin 3 times removed   VII   5
Whiteoak, Hannah   Grandaunt   IV   3
Whiteoak, Harrison   1st cousin once removed   V   3
Whiteoak, Harry   2nd cousin   VI   3
Whiteoak, Hellena   5th great-grandaunt   IX   8
Whiteoak, Henry   3rd cousin 4 times removed   XII   8
Whiteoak, Henry   Granduncle   IV   3
Whiteoak, Issac   Great-granduncle   V   4
Whiteoak, James   Great-grandfather   III   3
Whiteoak, James   3rd cousin 4 times removed   XII   8
Whiteoak, James   4th cousin 3 times removed   XIII   8
Whiteoak, James   1st cousin twice removed   VI   4
Whiteoak, James   3rd cousin once removed   IX   5
Whiteoak, James E   1st cousin once removed   V   3
Whiteoak, Jane   Grandaunt   IV   3
Whiteoak, Jane   3rd cousin once removed   IX   5
Whiteoak, Jeremiah   4th cousin 3 times removed   XIII   8
Whiteoak, John   7th great-grandfather   IX   9
Whiteoak, John   6th great-grandfather   VIII   8
Whiteoak, John   5th great-grandfather   VII   7
Whiteoak, John   1st cousin 6 times removed   X   8
Whiteoak, John   2nd cousin 5 times removed   XI   8
Whiteoak, John   3rd cousin 4 times removed   XII   8
Whiteoak, John   1st cousin 3 times removed   VII   5
Whiteoak, John   2nd cousin twice removed   VIII   5
Whiteoak, John   4th cousin 3 times removed   XIII   8
Whiteoak, John   4th cousin 3 times removed   XIII   8
Whiteoak, John   1st cousin twice removed   VI   4
Whiteoak, John   4th cousin 3 times removed   XIII   8
Whiteoak, John Arthur   1st cousin once removed   V   3
Whiteoak, Joseph   5th great-granduncle   IX   8
Whiteoak, Joseph   4th cousin 3 times removed   XIII   8
Whiteoak, Joseph   3rd cousin once removed   IX   5
Whiteoak, Louise M   3rd cousin once removed   IX   5
Whiteoak, Margaret   5th great-grandaunt   IX   8
Whiteoak, Margaret   1st cousin twice removed   VI   4
Whiteoak, Margaret   2nd cousin once removed   VII   4
Whiteoak, Margaret A   2nd cousin once removed   VII   4
Whiteoak, Martha   5th cousin twice removed   XIV   8
Whiteoak, Martha Ann   1st cousin once removed   V   3
Whiteoak, Mary   5th great-grandaunt   IX   8
Whiteoak, Mary   Grandaunt   IV   3
Whiteoak, Mary   1st cousin twice removed   VI   4
Whiteoak, Mathew   1st cousin 3 times removed   VII   5
Whiteoak, Mathew   2nd cousin twice removed   VIII   5
Whiteoak, Moses   3rd cousin 4 times removed   XII   8
Whiteoak, Nancy   1st cousin twice removed   VI   4
Whiteoak, Rebecca   2nd cousin once removed   VII   4
Whiteoak, Robert   2nd great-granduncle   VI   5
Whiteoak, Samuel   4th cousin 3 times removed   XIII   8
Whiteoak, Sarah   5th great-grandaunt   IX   8
Whiteoak, Sarah Jane   1st cousin once removed   V   3
Whiteoak, Selina   1st cousin once removed   V   3
Whiteoak, Smith   1st cousin twice removed   VI   4
Whiteoak, Smith   1st cousin once removed   V   3
Whiteoak, Theresa   3rd cousin once removed   IX   5
Whiteoak, Thomas   5th great-granduncle   IX   8
Whiteoak, Thomas   Great-granduncle   V   4
Whiteoak, Thomas   1st cousin twice removed   VI   4
Whiteoak, William   5th great-granduncle   IX   8
Whiteoak, William   2nd great-grandfather   IV   4
Whiteoak, William   3rd cousin 4 times removed   XII   8
Whiteoak, William   Granduncle   IV   3
Whiteoak, William   2nd cousin twice removed   VIII   5
Whiteoak, William   2nd cousin once removed   VII   4
Whiteoak, William   1st cousin once removed   V   3
Wilkinson, Margaret   4th great-grandmother   VI   6
Wormall, Elizabeth   Great-grandmother   III   3
Wormall, Ellen   Great-grandaunt   V   4
Wormall, James   Great-granduncle   V   4
Wormall, John   2nd great-grandfather   IV   4
Wormall, John   Great-granduncle   V   4
Wormall, William   Great-granduncle   V   4

Continued from previous post
Census information is Crown Copyright, from www.nationalarchives.gov.uk

Clark,Clarke,Kitson,Firth,Aked,Robinson,Senior,Towers,Heaton,Lee,Smith,Tattersal,Aldersley,Tempest,Priestley,Wood,Glaister and many more.

Bingley, Keighley,Haworth,Elslack,Carlton,Lothersdale,Skipton,Bradford, West Yorkshire.
Arkholme, Croston,Lancaster,Lancashire.
Longtown,Whitehaven,Carlisle,Cumberland.


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Re: Smith Family of Lothersdale
« Reply #11 on: Wednesday 07 December 05 09:23 GMT (UK) »
Hope this helps you on your quest for your ancestors.

Helen ;D
Census information is Crown Copyright, from www.nationalarchives.gov.uk

Clark,Clarke,Kitson,Firth,Aked,Robinson,Senior,Towers,Heaton,Lee,Smith,Tattersal,Aldersley,Tempest,Priestley,Wood,Glaister and many more.

Bingley, Keighley,Haworth,Elslack,Carlton,Lothersdale,Skipton,Bradford, West Yorkshire.
Arkholme, Croston,Lancaster,Lancashire.
Longtown,Whitehaven,Carlisle,Cumberland.

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Re: Smith Family of Lothersdale
« Reply #12 on: Tuesday 13 December 05 11:25 GMT (UK) »
Thanks for all the info, there's certainly a lot to take in. But I only had as far back as John Smith born 1861 so it has definitely added. Are you in contact with anyone else researching this tree? :)

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Re: Smith Family of Lothersdale
« Reply #13 on: Tuesday 13 December 05 11:40 GMT (UK) »
I have another line of Smiths born Elslack who are my direct line and I am in contact with them and one or two others on here are researching the Aldersleys.

Helen
Census information is Crown Copyright, from www.nationalarchives.gov.uk

Clark,Clarke,Kitson,Firth,Aked,Robinson,Senior,Towers,Heaton,Lee,Smith,Tattersal,Aldersley,Tempest,Priestley,Wood,Glaister and many more.

Bingley, Keighley,Haworth,Elslack,Carlton,Lothersdale,Skipton,Bradford, West Yorkshire.
Arkholme, Croston,Lancaster,Lancashire.
Longtown,Whitehaven,Carlisle,Cumberland.

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Re: Smith Family of Lothersdale
« Reply #14 on: Sunday 26 March 06 11:01 BST (UK) »
Looks like our trees are intertwined as far back as Edward Husrler born about 1537 in Silsden through to the children of Thomas Mason & Ellen Whiteoak married in Holy Trinity, Skipton in 1787.

My Smiths of Lothersdale go back to John Smith of Crawshaw born 1795 & through my mother's paternal & maternal lines of his sons:-
William born 1822 married Alice Riddihough
John Smith born 1827 married Martha ?

Like you I also have Haworths, Moorhouses & Shuttleworths so I wonder where we connect.

Binkie

Photograph taken about 1914:-
Back Row L-R Wm Robert/Jack/Thos W/Henry Morgan/Elsie
Front Row L-R Lily/Joe/Emily nee Morgan/Sarah Ann/Emily{my Grandma] & Frank.
Sister Martha is not on the picture as she did not believe that
photographs should be taken on a Sunday!
Bowman/Burness - Angus
Chalmers - Lanarkshire & Stirlingshire
Cheakley - Kent & Westmorland
Miller - Orkney
Moorhouse - Yorkshire (Airton,Bradley, Earby & Skipton)
Morgan - Herefordshre
Riddiough - Lancashire & Yorkshire (Colne, Lothersdale & Thornton in Craven)
Smith - Yorkshire (Lothersdale)
Walker - Lanararkshire (Lanark & Lesmahagow)

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Re: Smith Family of Lothersdale
« Reply #15 on: Friday 12 October 07 23:10 BST (UK) »
I have a John Smith who married Ann Walbank in Thornton in Craven in 1822. Their first child, Betty, was baptised at Carlton in Craven in 1823. They were living in Lothersdale at the time of her baptism.
I do not know John's parentage however he was born c 1795. He died in 1860 in Skipton.
Does he fit in with any of your Smiths in Lothersdale.

Yours sincerely
Caimein

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Re: Smith Family of Lothersdale
« Reply #16 on: Saturday 13 October 07 02:02 BST (UK) »
Thanks Caimein

Doesn't look like there is a connection as my John Smith was married to Hannah & they had the following children:-
Mary c1818
Sarah c1819
William c1822 - 1873
James c1825 - 1889
John c1828 - 1866
Joseph c1830 - 1900
Henry c1834

Binkie
Bowman/Burness - Angus
Chalmers - Lanarkshire & Stirlingshire
Cheakley - Kent & Westmorland
Miller - Orkney
Moorhouse - Yorkshire (Airton,Bradley, Earby & Skipton)
Morgan - Herefordshre
Riddiough - Lancashire & Yorkshire (Colne, Lothersdale & Thornton in Craven)
Smith - Yorkshire (Lothersdale)
Walker - Lanararkshire (Lanark & Lesmahagow)

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Re: Smith Family of Lothersdale
« Reply #17 on: Tuesday 23 October 07 22:02 BST (UK) »
Hello, Thanks for all this information.
The photo of my Great Grandma, and Jack my Grandad and all their family, was a delight for all my family.
My Father was William Smith Jacks oldest son. Of course we now have grandchildren of our own who are growing up very fast, and it was lovely to share all this with them.
I have done much research into ourfamily tree now for many years, and belIEve that the John of our direct line(ie. Kenneth Wilson's lists) and the William were brothers. I think they can also be traced back to the Smith's at Raygill and Marlhill. Well before this. I have looked at the registers in North Allerton. But there is a gap for a couple of generations.as in many registers. I think the land registry could be my next port of call. Many thanks for the photo.