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Re: More PARKs
« Reply #18 on: Monday 15 March 10 11:15 GMT (UK) »
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william1876 d 1948 m jane machell  of  whinfell  3sons 2daughters 


I knew William Park married Jane Machell in 1876, but is this William Park related to the Margaret Park who married Thomas Machell on 22 October 1832?  (Thomas and Margaret had 2 children: Agnes born 3 September 1833/baptized 9 October 1833 in Selside and Thomas born abt. 1835.  Agnes died of tuberculosis at the age of 12; Thomas died of Phthisis Pulmonalis at the age of 22.)

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Re: More PARKs
« Reply #19 on: Monday 15 March 10 13:34 GMT (UK) »
Hi Jimbach
Do you know who Robert Park's(1843) parents are?

I also have Whartons of Orton in my family.
Robert Thompson b 1808 m Jane Wharton 1808 cousin of Robert Wharton 1804 father of Elizabeth/Armistead.Further down the line they marry into the Parks What a tangle these lakeland families are !!
That aside I have a lot of Wharton Info if it is of use to you.
Sue
Westmoreland -Farrer,Thompson,Park,Wharton,Airey
Lancs  Farrer ,Thompson,Clarke,Brewer,Reid,Howarth,Feast,Sladen,Southern

Ireland(Offaly)Reid
London -Feast

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Re: More PARKs
« Reply #20 on: Monday 15 March 10 18:29 GMT (UK) »
Jimbach

Well done you ! keep the info coming.

Jackie (nee Park)


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Re: More PARKs
« Reply #21 on: Monday 15 March 10 19:47 GMT (UK) »
hi sue  sorry i cant answer your.query re. robert park my only info.is  born 27 sept 1846  of killington   died 28 july 1919.    my connections have been with the armitstead and postlethwaite families mainly in the howgill and lowgill  areas.  was elizabeth wharton connected to the wharton hall family kirby Stephen.
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Re: More PARKs
« Reply #22 on: Tuesday 16 March 10 09:54 GMT (UK) »
hi Suzy .. we have to be related somehow. my Wharton's are from wait by , Kirby Stephan .. not Orton .. but Robert Hine from Kendal  married Eleanor park(or Airey ). they had Mary Hine .. who had to have married a brocklebank because MARGER ET BROCKLEBANK married my JOHN MILNER WHARTON from Kirby Stephan ..
God what a tangled web . that's all from memory and we are talking around 1800 or pre in case of parks and aireys .
i have somewhere a huge Orton Wharton tree. have i ever passed it on . Jan
valentine.fairhurst,hayes,hammond,codling,rust.norfolk.deyrujo.jutsum.wharton.lacey,probert,prickett,preby atherley-jones.clifton ..london /china. judd, eubank , dixon , hine , airey ,park .twentyman , dampier , jones in suffolk , limby , derrick , stockwell..

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Re: More PARKs
« Reply #23 on: Tuesday 16 March 10 12:32 GMT (UK) »
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Was this the home of Lord Wharton ?
Can't get back to him ,just to    James Wharton married 23 Dec 1760, in Asby, Westmorland, to Mary Spooner.
            Children:
            i   Mary Wharton born 1761, Orton, Westmorland,  20 Oct 1761, Orton,
            ii   Thomas Wharton born 1761, Orton, Westmorland,  20 Oct 1761, Orton,
            iii   Margaret Wharton born 1763, Orton, Westmorland,  30 Jun 1763, Orton,
           iv   John Wharton born 1765.
            v   Betty Wharton born 1768, Orton, Westmorland,  30 Jun 1768, Orton,
           vi   James Wharton born 1771.
           vii   Robert Wharton born 1773.
            viii   Anne Wharton born 1775, Orton, Westmorland,  03 Jul 1775, Orton,

Jan believe we shared the Wharton of Orton Info some years ago when I was living in Spain.

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Westmoreland -Farrer,Thompson,Park,Wharton,Airey
Lancs  Farrer ,Thompson,Clarke,Brewer,Reid,Howarth,Feast,Sladen,Southern

Ireland(Offaly)Reid
London -Feast

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Re: More PARKs
« Reply #24 on: Tuesday 16 March 10 22:56 GMT (UK) »
hi wharton hall is just out of kirby stephan ... as yet i think no one has quite connected to the orginal de querton . i have had some dna reports on close family whartons but we dont go back to de querton either ...
on rootsweb david phillips is a great wharton reseaercher .. i will find my orton tree for you . my family were in Waitby around 1770 then to k.s. look up eve mclaughlin site ...
jan
valentine.fairhurst,hayes,hammond,codling,rust.norfolk.deyrujo.jutsum.wharton.lacey,probert,prickett,preby atherley-jones.clifton ..london /china. judd, eubank , dixon , hine , airey ,park .twentyman , dampier , jones in suffolk , limby , derrick , stockwell..

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Re: More PARKs
« Reply #25 on: Thursday 22 July 10 12:32 BST (UK) »
I'm looking for information re. a William Park who owned Mill Bridge Mill, a corn / malt mill near Stainton, Kendal in 1829.
The two subsequent owners are listed as Thomas Hayhurst in 1849, and Gilbert Hayhurst in 1869-85.  The owner before William Park was Thomas Howden (in 1797).
I see from the forum and my own searching so far that there are links between the Park and the Hayhurst families.
Does anyone have any documents mentioning the Mill Bridge Mill by any chance?

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Re: More PARKs
« Reply #26 on: Thursday 22 July 10 15:25 BST (UK) »
Welcome David,

There's so many Park families ....... do you know if his parents were John and Jane Park and did he have a sister Agnes?

I'm following Gibson and Parks of Stainton ......

Jean
Lidster, Mellanby, Milburn, Laidler, Peart, Thornton, Catterson, Ellwood, Ingleby, Ramage, Sedgewick, Collinson....... Co.Durham
Ingleby....Derbyshire
Ellwood, Rigg, Gibson, Park, Fothergill.....Westmorland