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Re: Langhorn of Westmorland, England
Posted by: Margaret Stanger Date: August 04, 2001 at 12:26:36
In Reply to: Langhorn of Westmorland, England by Dean Langhorn of 161

Hello Dean
My name is Margaret Stanger (formerly Langhorne), I live in Havant, Hampshire, UK and am related to the Cumberland Langhornes.
My great grandfather, Geeorge Frederick Langhorne, was born in Wigton around 1855.
He was an ironmonger(at Blanes shop in Carlisle) and was living with his wife, daughters and grandmother at 16, Barrock St, Bothchergate, Carlisle in 1881. I noticed that the census record spelt his name as Langhorn, but when his marriage to Catherine Lewis was registered in 1874 his name was spelt as Langhorne. George and Catherine raised eleven children, most of them settled in the Carlisle area.
I have been researching my ancestors for a few months, I have the 1881 census but I would be really interested in any further information about the Langhorn(e)s, especially the 19th century.


Margaret Stanger


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