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Tree #12: James Wanlass & Margaret Neilson
James Wanlass (1825-1895) of Midlothian, Scotland, married Margaret Neilson of East Lothian, Scotland in 1845. Most of their family immigrated in 3 groups to Salt Lake City, Utah in the mid 1870s. Family lore from several sources says James's mother died in an accident when he was young and he was raised first in an orphanage and then by a family called Ramsey. James's parentage is uncertain.
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Thomas Wanless & Ann Marshall moved to tree 52
Moved the 45-person tree of Thomas Wanless & Ann Marshall from the catch-all database (tree 100) into tree 52 (John Wanless and Ann Harpley/Hartley). We’re 90% sure Thomas is a son of John and added […]George Wandless & Ann Lax moved to the Lumley-area tree
Moved the family of George Wandless & Ann Lax from the Strays tree into tree 35. Realized that Ann Lax Wandless was the Ann Wandless who married Thomas Turnbull, because their son William Turnbull b. […]Wanlesses mentioned in the Alnwick Mercury newspaper
Extracted from the Alnwick (Northumberland) Mercury at BritishNewspaperArchive.com
Alnwick Mercury 1 June 1857 Deaths – At Australia, lately, aged 60, Mr. Wm. Wanless, blacksmith, formerly of Rock, near this town.
Alnwick Mercury 2 June 1862 […]