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Tree #43: John Wanless & Anne Miller
This database follows a portion of the family of John Wanless (believed to be a son of John Wanless and Susannah Johnson) and his wife Anne Miller, primarily through their sons John (b. 1806) and Richard (b.1812). John (first wife unknown, 2nd wife Elizabeth Easton) was a tailor in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, living at the end of his life in Elswick. John's son John (b. 1832) married Helen/Ellen Gibbon(s) and moved his family to Co. Durham in the late 1850s, living first around East Rainton and finally settling about 1865 in Eighton Banks, Lamesley. Richard (wife Mary Kirk) was a moulder in Newcastle. His only surviving son John (wife Elizabeth Marshall) moved to Westoe, South Shields, Durham & many descendants remained in that area.
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This genealogy site hosts the family histories of all forms of the Wanless name. If you are a Wanless, Wandless, Wanlass, Wanliss, Wandlass, or Wanlace, you will probably find your family represented here. If not, we want to know about you! Step in, relax, explore the site, and learn about the fascinating people who bear this surname in all its forms.
Major revamp of Wanless Web
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 […]