Author Topic: Death of Mary Wilson (m.n. Proctor) mid 1830s/mid 1840s.  (Read 1134 times)

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Re: Death of Mary Wilson (m.n. Proctor) mid 1830s/mid 1840s.
« Reply #9 on: Friday 05 August 16 00:26 BST (UK) »
Ah, happens to us all, Doddie.  ;D

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Re: Death of Mary Wilson (m.n. Proctor) mid 1830s/mid 1840s.
« Reply #10 on: Sunday 14 August 16 08:10 BST (UK) »
Burton in Kendal Burials:
19 Apr 1836, Robert WILSON, Dalton, aged 3
30 May 1836, Mary WILSON, Dalton, aged 26

Burton in Kendal Baptism:
25 Apr 1830, Dorothy d/o Robert and Mary WILSON, Dalton, groom
13 Jan 1833, Robert s/o Robert and Mary WILSON, Dalton, coachman
19 Jul 1835, Isabella d/o Robert and Mary WILSON, Dalton Bank, groom

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Re: Death of Mary Wilson (m.n. Proctor) mid 1830s/mid 1840s.
« Reply #11 on: Sunday 14 August 16 11:25 BST (UK) »
Hi fretep, you beauty. You found Mary's death by the looks of things. As it happens I was going to try and have a look through some of the archives in Cumbria in October while visiting my father near Penrith. I might still do so but your information has allowed me to move on once again in my research. Thank you.

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Doddie