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Re: Maryport
« Reply #81 on: Friday 18 February 11 18:13 GMT (UK) »
Hi
yes I can .I have made a note of what you want and will go through my books athough a few names might help

Audrey

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Re: Maryport
« Reply #82 on: Friday 18 February 11 18:40 GMT (UK) »
Thank you, Audrey.
I'm interested in;
- Annie & Jane Wilkinson, confectioners of 83 Wood Street
- Norman Jones, printers /stationers of Cosby Street
- Also William Donaldson, dairyman of High Street
- and staff at the national School - Mary and Maggie Wilkinson (Mary - 1901 - 08 & 12 - 22 ish; Maggie  - 1906 ish to 1910 ish)
- and whilst I'm here... also interested in domestic staff (gardeners) at Springfields, Bigrigg, 1912 - 14)
Any help, gratefully received!
HART - Watford, Hertfordshire
WILKINSON - Maryport, Cumberland
HARPER - Wellingborough, Northamptonshire

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Re: Maryport
« Reply #83 on: Friday 18 February 11 19:37 GMT (UK) »
Angel 9262,  Try contacting Carlisle library, I'm sure I've seen picture postcards of Netherhall mansion in their private collections in the reference section.

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Re: Maryport
« Reply #84 on: Friday 18 February 11 20:57 GMT (UK) »
I have a lot of info on both your families  If we are on about the same Edward Jones I believe he played a clarinet along with my dads brothers .he was also a council er in Maryport will dig it all out for you.

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Re: Maryport
« Reply #85 on: Sunday 20 February 11 00:17 GMT (UK) »
Thank you, Audrey - quite excited as to what you might find!
(It sounds as if you have helped quite a few people already - that's very kind of you.)
HART - Watford, Hertfordshire
WILKINSON - Maryport, Cumberland
HARPER - Wellingborough, Northamptonshire

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Re: Maryport
« Reply #86 on: Sunday 03 April 11 01:16 BST (UK) »
Hello again Audrey:

I wrote to you on the 29 of July 10 and received a reply.  I was wondering if there was any information you found that you could share about the John Shaw (wife Mary) family.  Any photos or info about the gasworks where he was a manager? 

BFW
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Lancashire: Shaw, Kirkpatrick, Owen, Nadin
Cheshire: Bamforth, Kirkpatrick, Higginbotham,
Fife: Archibald, Bowman, Beveridge, Black, Penman, Wilson
MidLothian: Penman, Robertson, Steel

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Re: Maryport
« Reply #87 on: Sunday 03 April 11 17:39 BST (UK) »
HI BFW
sorry I did not get back to you .I loaned a couple of books out last year and they have not been returned,the ones I have to hand don't refer to any Shaw

Audrey

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Re: Maryport
« Reply #88 on: Thursday 11 August 11 13:49 BST (UK) »
Hi Audrey

I have just joined Roots.chat and come across your information on Maryport.

Do any of your books mention a William Cuthell one of the founders of the Maryport Coop, or indeed any Cuthell.
I have them on census returns but thats all.

I am also looking for a William Irving born about 1801, married to an Ann
with children Joseph, Ann, Robert born in 1830's. Joseph is my great grandfather. His family I have found but I have not yet
found a certifiabkle link  with William and Ann.

If you have time to look I would be very grateful. It is a pity the books are out of print there is an opportunity there.

Kind regards Frances

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Re: Maryport
« Reply #89 on: Wednesday 31 August 11 00:25 BST (UK) »
Hi there

A longshot as I can see this post goes back a while. I came across this thread by chance after I googled Maryport. My Great Grandfather and Great Great Grand parents lived at 127 Senhouse St at time of 1881 census. William Hanson Graham was an ironfounder originally from Carlisle. He was married to Elizabeth,their son, My great grandfather William Hanson Graham was about 6 at the time of the census. By 1891 they had moved to London so not sure how long they lived in Maryport. In 1871 they were at bochergate. Just wondered if any pictures or mention of them or where they lived in your books.

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Clare