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London and Middlesex / St brides church London
« on: Thursday 13 February 20 15:40 GMT (UK)  »
Hi. I'm looking for information on John Athersmith. Wife mary. His daughter Hester was baptized in st brides church fleet st. London. 1689. Any help would be appreciated. Regards rob.

Staffordshire / John Athersmith 1774.-1842
« on: Tuesday 11 February 20 18:15 GMT (UK)  »
Looking for whatever. On John Athersmith. B. 1774. Walsall Staffordshire. Baptised st Matthews church walsall. D. 1842 Ulverston. Wife. Jane. Daughter Margaret is my ancestor. I'm looking for John Athersmiths father. Mother Etc. its a odd name. So should be fairly simple. Lol.. I find it in London. Warwickshire. And Staffordshire.  I've tried family search.. parish records. John Athersmith is a direct ancestor. I'd like to know more. But I can't get past John. And Jane Athersmith. Any help would be appreciated. Regards rob.  ps found this..John Athersmith. Wife jane.daughter Martha.08. April.1787.  Daughter. Mary. 1790 April  Daniel1797. All st Matthews church walsall Staffordshire.?

Yorkshire (West Riding) / Bradfield.? Bradford. Varey connection
« on: Monday 11 November 19 14:38 GMT (UK)  »
Been tracking my Varey. Family side. Got back to Richard Varey. B.  Bradfield. 1788 d. Kendal Westmoreland.1866. Wife jane. I have them in 1841 census. Resident at tinkers lane garstang lancs. I thought Bradfield was Bradford. but its a place. Anything more would be great.

Lancashire Lookup Requests / Re: Robert dodd snr. A bad man?
« on: Thursday 15 August 19 16:46 BST (UK)  »
Just looking thru.  Your kind replies trish. Its mystery within mystery trying to work it out. Certainly gives me a bone to chew. And more questions. I've only got a smart so not that however bad they both were. My g.grandmother gave her eldest son his name Robert.? And its passed father to fir son for six generations.

Lancashire Lookup Requests / Robert dodd snr. A bad man?
« on: Thursday 15 August 19 14:18 BST (UK)  »
Hi. Haven't been here for a while. A relative asked me something about a shared ancestor. Robert dodd. B. Ireland. And here it gets confusing. He's down with lots of different birth dates. All Ireland. And  dates taken In mainly Ulverston Lancashire. I have him in 1851 census b.1820.. in. 1881 census. Estimated b 1811..and imprisoned. In 1860. B.1808. Also his wife Margaret. Born Ulverston Lancashire. In 1815. And  On 1881 census. She seems to have different birth dates too. Seems to be a bad lot. He's in court. 5th nov 1863. For throwing a object at his wife Margaret. And splitting her head..they had both been in court 6th may 1858 for stealing game. He has a long criminal record. His son Robert dodd. B. 1841 was even worse.. nearly killing my g.g. grandmother. Sarah. Dodd. Whilst pregnant! spending time on prison hulks.  I'm looking for information on Margaret dodd. My 3 times grandmother.her maiden name.  Etc. And more on Robert dodd. B..1815???or about. I can't find him in some of the censuses. I only have 1851. When he is with his brother in law James Smith in Ulverston. And 1881 cencus Ulverston. I know he came from Ireland. And he was a.bad un. But would love to know more. Regards rob

Lancashire / Public grave site
« on: Monday 20 August 18 11:41 BST (UK)  »
Hi. I have been looking for a grave site in ulveston.  For a Robert dodd. B.1841. D.1902. Ulveston workhouse. Can't find a separate workhouse graveyard. So probably in a public grave. I have found two pauper grave site's of my ancestors in Carlisle cemetery. And know roughly where they are. So maybe there's one public area in Ulveston cemetery. Wondering if anyone knows it.

Lancashire / Re: Union Workhouse, Ulverston, Lancashire
« on: Friday 17 August 18 17:27 BST (UK)  »
Thanks all. Not with his wife Sarah dodd. She is buried with her daughter and granddaughter. And son in law

Lancashire Lookup Requests / Workhouse burial ulveston 1902.
« on: Friday 17 August 18 16:29 BST (UK)  »
Hi all. Last time I was here had some good replies and help. On finding Robert dodd. B.circa 1842 d. 1902 ulveston workhouse. To be honest a more horrible character you could not find. Years in prison for everything you could think of. Violent man. Anyway he died in  the workhouse. Where would you be buried in ulveston? A paupers grave. Probably. But where at. Any pointers would be appreciated.

Lancashire / Re: Union Workhouse, Ulverston, Lancashire
« on: Friday 17 August 18 16:17 BST (UK)  »
Hi just browsing. Saw your comments. I'm wondering if anyone knows where workhouse inmates  burial would be in ulveston 1902. I'm looking for a Robert dodd. Age around 62. Any help would be appreciated.

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