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Re: Jackson Bampton
« Reply #36 on: Thursday 26 January 12 07:50 GMT (UK) »
By coincidence I was yesterday re-organizing my notes (or rather, trying to!) and came across the following which may or may not be of relevance:

From the National Archives site - 21 March 1792 Inquest on Richard Ellwood of Park [a small collection of farms and houses to the NE of Orton]

From Kendal Records Office, ref WQ/SA/521/5: 13 August 1793 Recognizance: Thos. Elwood late of Orton Shoemaker, Thos. Farmer of Gaisgill, Orton husbandman, John Chamberlain of Orton shoemaker and Thos. Bland of Ormside miller for appearance of Thos. Ellwood alleged father of bastard child of Margaret Atkinson of Orton singlewoman

Andy


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Re: Jackson Bampton
« Reply #37 on: Monday 30 January 12 13:37 GMT (UK) »
Hi Helene,

From my Ellwood notes I have:

William Ellwood bap 15/6/1769 of Whitber Crosby Ravensworth married Elizabeth Mattison 6/5/1792 CR. At the time of their marriage, William was living in Morland. They had a son William bap 15/3/1795 CR of Low Whitber (your William). The father William died before the son William b1795 was baptised.

William b1795 CR was the 5th child of Joshua Ellwood & Mary Lunson. The other children were: Isabel b1760 Kirkland, Mary b1762 Kirkland, Anne b1765 Kirkland & Margaret b 1767 CR of Whitber. Joshua & Mary were married 14/5/1758 Newton Reigny CUM. Mary died 1785 CR & Joshua 1791 CR both from Whitber.

In 1787 Joshua (Husbandman) is living in Maulds Meaburn (in the parish of CR) with one son & two daughters. Mary the daughter died in 1774 age 12yrs.

This is were the trail runs dry. I do not know where Joshua came from.

Regards,

Gillian

Elwood/Ellwood: WES & CUM
Johnson: Crosby Ravensworth, Hilton & Dufton WES
Robinson: CUM
Langhorn: Kirkby Thore WES
Dover: WES & CUM
Parker: Soulby, Bedale
Hunt: Gentleshaw, Bladon, Hanborough
Slynn: Birmingham
Rammell: KENT
Felton: Shropshire

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Re: Jackson Bampton
« Reply #38 on: Monday 30 January 12 16:33 GMT (UK) »
Further to my post above, I have now found reference to a William Ellwood of Thorpe in the Will of Matthew Robinson (my 3x gt uncle). The Will is dated 1855, and William is referred to as 'my good friend William Ellwood', being named as one of the Executors. The age of Matthew and the date suggest that this could be the same William - Matthew was born in Maulds Meaburn and baptised at Crosby Ravensworth, so this could be the link.

Andy

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Re: Jackson Bampton
« Reply #39 on: Tuesday 12 June 12 04:07 BST (UK) »
Hi Graham,
Some very long time ago you sent me this reply relating to my Jackson's of Bampton. Can you remember where you found that they were of 'Stanegarth' as I am unable to find that anywhere.

Also have you a current link to your CR & MM Parish Register Baptisms.

Probably not on your IGI entry but John & Mary Jackson where "of Stanegarth" not sure if this would be a farm.

I have just added some Salkeld - CR & MM Parish Register Baptisms 1813 - 1884 nearly 70 entries to my rootschat website fruits of a good day out at Kendal Records Office last week


Thanks

Judy
CUMBERLAND  Armstrong Little Nixon Richardson Pearson Watson Braithwaite
WESTMORLAND  Richardson Dent Nicholson Hanson Kersey Smith Heigh
DURHAM Reed Smith Reay Hammond Metcalf Bell
Thompson Armstrong Branford Parkin Heaton Oates
NORTHUMB'LAND Nixon Johnson Armstrong Branford Thompson
DUMFRIES Armstrong Bell Halliday Little Carruthers Johnstone
YORKS Richardson Branford Siddle
ROXBURGH Jackson Elliot Armstrong Scott
FIFE Adamson Gosman Brown
AUSTRALIA Richardson Dent Hanson Kersey

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Re: Jackson Bampton
« Reply #40 on: Tuesday 12 June 12 19:59 BST (UK) »
Judy

"Stanegarth" came from the Bampton Parish Register I have a copy of this on CD.

My Rootschat website that went a long time ago this option is no longer available if you are looking for Salkeld information from Crosby Ravensworth & Maulds Meaburn send me a PM with who you are interested in I will try to help you out.

Graham
Salkeld - Durham, Northumberland & Westmorland
Winter - Shap, Westmorland
Bailiffe - Askham, Westmorland
Balmer - Kirby Stephen & Milburn, Westmorland
Tait - Durham & Northumberland

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Re: Jackson Bampton
« Reply #41 on: Monday 18 June 12 15:35 BST (UK) »
Thanks - will do.

Judy
CUMBERLAND  Armstrong Little Nixon Richardson Pearson Watson Braithwaite
WESTMORLAND  Richardson Dent Nicholson Hanson Kersey Smith Heigh
DURHAM Reed Smith Reay Hammond Metcalf Bell
Thompson Armstrong Branford Parkin Heaton Oates
NORTHUMB'LAND Nixon Johnson Armstrong Branford Thompson
DUMFRIES Armstrong Bell Halliday Little Carruthers Johnstone
YORKS Richardson Branford Siddle
ROXBURGH Jackson Elliot Armstrong Scott
FIFE Adamson Gosman Brown
AUSTRALIA Richardson Dent Hanson Kersey

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Dents of Westmorland/Warwickshire
« Reply #42 on: Wednesday 05 September 18 03:01 BST (UK) »
Dear Flass,

I am a descendant of William Owen Kitchener Dent, who migrated to Australia from Warwickshire (Mancetter?) in 1839/1840.  I don't have any firm information on his prior lineage, but was wondering if he was related to your family in Maulds Meaburn/Crosby Ravensworth?  I am related to Bgor, with whom you have corresponded previously.  My wife and I are travelling through the UK in September 2018 and have arranged to spend a few days in the Carlisle area, with a plan to visiting Maulds Meaburn.  I understand from Bgor that there is an archive in the area that might be useful to us.  How can I access this archive?  I can be contacted by email at lindsay.dent@adelaide.edu.au.

Best wishes,
Lindsay Dent.

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Re: Jackson Bampton
« Reply #43 on: Wednesday 05 September 18 22:53 BST (UK) »
Hi Lindsay,
Unfortunately I have never heard of William Owen Kitchener Dent from Warwickshire. But do have Dents who emigrated from Westmorland in the 1850's
The Archive which would have been best for Research would have been at Kendal but that is being revamped so the other one which may have some information is in Carlisle.
https://www.cumbria.gov.uk/archives/archivecentres/cac.asp

Have a great time in the UK and hope you will find something out about your Dents.

Judy
CUMBERLAND  Armstrong Little Nixon Richardson Pearson Watson Braithwaite
WESTMORLAND  Richardson Dent Nicholson Hanson Kersey Smith Heigh
DURHAM Reed Smith Reay Hammond Metcalf Bell
Thompson Armstrong Branford Parkin Heaton Oates
NORTHUMB'LAND Nixon Johnson Armstrong Branford Thompson
DUMFRIES Armstrong Bell Halliday Little Carruthers Johnstone
YORKS Richardson Branford Siddle
ROXBURGH Jackson Elliot Armstrong Scott
FIFE Adamson Gosman Brown
AUSTRALIA Richardson Dent Hanson Kersey

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Re: Jackson Bampton
« Reply #44 on: Thursday 06 September 18 00:27 BST (UK) »
Dear Judy,

Thanks for your response.  It may be of no relevance to you at all, but
JACKSON, James and wife (Mary) Ann (nee McLEASH?) , are listed as passengers on the ship JOHN, departed Gravesend on September 12th, 1839
with Captain Alexander Smith,
arrived Port Adelaide South Australia on February 5th, 1840.
My ancestor WOK Dent is on the same passenger list, but according to Bgor (see RootsChat), there appear to have been transcription errors from the original records and it is probable that WOK Dent arrived a few months later on the ORLEANA.  Working on the basis that ships are floating villages and that the members of the village may have known each other prior to boarding, the Jackson-Dent connection may be relevant.

Regards,

Lindsay.