Author Topic: John Kendall of Crosby Ravensworth b circa 1791  (Read 2328 times)

Offline phil56

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John Kendall of Crosby Ravensworth b circa 1791
« on: Friday 12 June 15 09:20 BST (UK) »
Hoping that someone can help me complete the key events for John Kendall.

I started with his marriage to Diana Jepson 10 Nov 1818 in Crosby Ravensworth

I think his baptism might be 4 Sept 1791 in Crosby Ravensworth, but I am not certain on this one.

I cannot find his death or burial, however his wife Diana married again on 17 Aug 1835 in CR to a Jonathan Shepherd, leading me to think John Kendall had died before this time.

In terms of children for John and Diana, I can only find John Kendall bap: 20 May 1820 in CR.

So in summary, I am trying to verify John Kendall's baptism and parents, find out if John and Diana had any other children apart from John, and find out when he died.

Appreciate any help from a Westmorland expert.
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Offline paco

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Re: John Kendall of Crosby Ravensworth b circa 1791
« Reply #1 on: Tuesday 28 July 15 15:34 BST (UK) »
There are trees online for this family albeit going backwards from what you are asking for. They show a brother Christopher born 1794 CR died 4/7/1876, and sister Rebecca Grace 1806-1879.
The parents are Thomas b1758 and Ann Hodgson 1766-1819. Thomas's baptism states John as his father. You would need to check this all out very well of course, but might help with your tree.
regards.
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