Thank you very much for making contact, and for your kind words about my book. I would be interested to know how you found out about it.
The only additional information I have about Thomas Ullathorne (son of John Ullathorne and Mary Binks) is that his dates are 1766-1819. Thomas and his brothers and sisters were all brought up as Catholics, and were probably baptised in the Catholic Chapel at York.
As a young man Thomas was apprenticed to John Robinson, a carpenter in York, and eventually became a carpenter himself. I have no information about his marriage to Abigail Cowling.
I see that the 1891 and 1901 Censuses for Oldham record
a Jane, age 45, (maiden name not given), born in Selby, as the wife of Frederic Warbrick, a Cotton Machine Fitter in 1891 and a loom machine maker and fitter in 1901. In the 1891 Census they are recorded as having six children, the youngest being Gertrude, age six.
If the family remained Catholic it is likely that Jane's baptism would not be recorded in a Church of England Parish Register. However, there was a Jane Ullathorne baptised at the parish church in Oldham on 8 February 1846, but her parents are given as William Ullathorne and Sarah.
I don't know if any of this helps.
Best wishes to you and all of yours in Norway.
Please feel free to contact me directly,
Melton Mowbray, England
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