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Re: Thomas Williamson 1800 ANTRIM, BELFAST to CUMBERLAND ENG.
Posted by: Dawnie Enever (ID *****3457) Date: April 10, 2011 at 22:07:19
In Reply to: Re: Thomas Williamson 1800 ANTRIM, BELFAST to CUMBERLAND ENG. by Sandra Williamson of 6727

Hi Sandra, I have just been through my first bout of Bronchitis, don't ever want that again!!! So am replying to your last message now.

Yes it was very sad to receive the news of Janice' death. I had not long connected with her when she took ill. She was my dads cousin and they met up before she got sick. My brother said she was a lovely lady and reminded him of our mother! I got an email from Jan's daughter Kim telling me she had passed away.

OK now for Jane and her son James (for your thoughts Sandra) Born 1853 and christened 20 July 1856 Maryport, Cumberland. He is in the 1861 census as grandson to Thomas and Jane. I can't find who his father is! In the 1881 census I have a James with spouse Frances A and daughter Jane A (born 1878 Plumbland, Cumberland) in 3 Cromwell Terrace, Loweswater, Cumberland. 1901 census residence as Reg district Cockermouth, sub district Maryport, ecclesiastical parish Dearham, civil parish Ellenborough & Ewanrigs. I have a Jane Williamson marriage to a Edwin Fletcher Fletcher (note middle name same as surname) (born 1874) on 6 Sept 1903 in Lightcliff, York, England. Father of groom James Edward Fletcher. Lose trace of both Edwin and Jane from here on!

John was a Tailor as was Louisa Walker's father Joseph, so I am guessing work took John to Middlesex.

My Alfred John had land at Tunstall which was divided up when he passed away, though Beryl didn't get land left to her we think she was left money. This land must have been left to him as his occupation was a truck driver, which I would think would not pay much.

Signing off on that note Sandra.

Cheers

Dawnie


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