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Tree #46: John Wanless & Eleanor Fenwick
John Wanlass married Eleanor Fenwick in 1794 in Wallsend, Northumberland, England. This database follows the descendants of their 2 sons: Thomas chr. 1799 at Heworth, DUR was a blacksmith who married (1) Margaret Halliwell and (2) Margaret Roxby. He lived in Heaton and Longbenton, and died when he was only 37 years old. John b. 1801 in Longbenton worked as a coal trimmer and colliery wagon driver in Heaton and later Longbenton. He married (1) Mary Ann Roxby, sister of Margaret above, and (2) Hannah (Steel) Grant, a widow. He died in Longbenton in 1875.
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Wanless Web has been completely redone (still working on it). The site now uses WordPress instead of static pages, to make it easier to update. I’ve integrated – to some extent – WordPress and TNG […]Newspaper Extracts from England, Scotland, and Wales
Source: The Gale Group’s 19th Century British Newspapers data set (offered at some universities, the British Library, and occasionally on free trial at other sites); now available as the BritishNewspaperArchive.co.uk and The Times (London) Digital […]19th Century Births, Marriages, Deaths in Newspapers
Births in the newspapers
Source: Gale Group 19th Century British Newspapers and The Times Digital Archive
The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, April 1, 1870
Born at Newcastle, in Westmoreland terrace, on the 26th […]