Index – people

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You can read an article on Cumbrian surnames here .

Cumbrian people – alphabetical by surname

A

Bridget Abbot and Margaret Abbot

Dr James Ainslie of Kendal, and his son Henry Ainslie

William James Anderson

Ann Angus

Armstrongs

PC George Ashburn (Ashbourne)

George Sedgwick Atkinson

Frances Atkinson, of Lamplugh

John Atkinson of Penrth

B

Frank Balmer

Richard Bargatt (Bargett)

Alfred Barnes

John Barnes

Lancelot Barnes

Dr Thomas Barnes and here

Isaac Barrass

Christopher Beck

Allan Bell, of Wigton

Andrew Bell and wife Mary Bell

Elizabeth Bell (B 1801, Talkin)

Frederick Bell, Wigton

Mary Bell

Mary Leathwaite Bell (b 1819)

John Bell

Joseph Bell

Richard Bell (b 1769)

Thomas Watson Benson, wife Sarah Dixon Gill, children John Dawson Benson and Sarah Jane

Charles Binyon

Sarah Birket

John Bland, Vickers Bland

Mary Blaylock

Jane Boak and here

Sarah Boak

Thomas Boak, William Boak (and brother Joseph)

Richard Bowes, of Cockermouth

Francis Boustead, of Ainstable

Samuel Boustead (Bowstead)

John Bowstead (Bousted), of Beck Bank

  • (also Ann Bowstead, Joseph Bowstead, James Bowstead, Thomas Bowstead)

Edward Harrison Bradley

John Brough

James Brougham, of Kirby Stephen

George Brown, of Whitehaven

John Brown, of Intack

George Brownrigg

John and Barbara Brownrigg (daughters Ann, Mary, granddaughter Barbara)

William Brownrigg

Mary Brunskill

Councillor Burney

Ann J Brydon

Anthony P Brydon

Elizabeth G Brydon née Wilson

John Brydon

C

John Callaghan

John Cameron

William Cannon

Robert Carleton, of Penrith

Edward Carr, of Kingstown (and Hannah, Jane and Michael)

Joseph Carr, of Whitehaven

David Carrick, Carlisle banker

George Carruthers, of Glasson (and Mary Carruthers) – and here

Jefferay Carruthers, of Carlisle. And again

John Carruthers, Lowthian Gill

John William Carruthers, Joseph Carruthers, parents John Edward and Catherine (Penrith)

Isaac Carter

James Carty

Robert Charleton, wife Kate, children Ethel, Mona, Joseph Robert, and Robert Craddock Charleton

Sir Frederick William Chance .

Mary Christopherson

Jane Clapperton

Ann Clarke

Elizabeth Clarke, prisoner

George Clerk, of Kirkby Londsale

Joseph Cockbaine

John Cockburn, of Shap and Margaret Cockburn

Hugh Coulston

William Cowan, of Whitehaven

Esther Cowen and here

George Cowen

Jane Jackson Cowen (a hardened woman)

Isaac Cowen

John Cowen

Joseph Cowen

Frederick Cowper, of Carleton Hall

Dayrell Eardley Montague Crackanthorpe

Montague Crackanthorpe (Montague Hughes Cookson

Francis Dayrell Montague Crackanthorpe

Oliver Montague Crackanthorpe

William Cradduck,

Robert Crossland

William Cumberland

Blance and Alfred Nathaniel Holden Curzon (Lord Scarsdale)

D

William Dacre, vicar of Irthington

Ann Dalton (b 1851)

James Dalton (b 1817)

William Dawes

C A Dempster

James Denwood

John Dennison and a family of bonesetters: Joseph Dennison, George Dennison, Tom, and Jane.

Bridget Dixon, of Harras, sons Thomas, John and Caleb Dixon

Thomas Dixon, of Froddle Crook

John Dockray

Ellen and Colonel Robert Henry Curzon Drury-Lowe

Thomas Douglas

E

Oswald Elliott (son of Wilson Elliott, draper and councillor)

Isabella English

Evan Evans

F

Henry Fallowfield

Richard Fallowfield

Jane Faulder

Hannah Farish

Rev James Farish

Robert Farlam, Frances Farlam (née Frances Hetherington)

George Fawell 1743-1772

George Fawell  1821-1905

George Fawell, inventor of the British boiler

John Fawell died 1791

John Fenton, of Nether Scales, Catherine Fenton,

Sarah Ferguson, of Bleath Gill

Cuthbert Fisher

Councillor I Fisher

William Vincent Fitzsimmons

Sir George Fleming

Mary Fleming

Fletcher – the Fletchers of Hutton-in-the-Forest

Richard Forsyth, of Kendal

Joseph Foster

Joan Freer (Joanne Frere)

Hugh Flynn

G

Edward Gill

Reverend John Gill

Joseph Gleve

Joseph Goulding

Arthur Graham, of Yanwath Hall

John Graham, of J&J Graham grocers 1861

Sir James Graham – 1837 election

Mary Graham (a hardened woman)

George Graham, of Kingstown

William Graham, poacher, Henry Graham, Joseph Graham, mother Nanny Graham

John Grave

Elizabeth Frances Greaves

Joseph Grisedale (Joseph Grisdale), and

  • wife Elizabeth, children William Grisedale, Ada Eliza, Lizzy, (Rachel) Annie, Mary Agnes Grisedale

William Gully .

H

Robert Hamilton

Owen Hancock

William Hanlon and John Hanlon

William Harbett, of Drigg

Ada Harper, Alice Greenup Harper, Henry and Roseanna Harper

Samuel Harper

John Harrison

Mary Harrison, 4

Edward Williams Hasell and here

Alderman Hastwell

A Helder

Peter Henderson

John Heskett

Joseph Heskett, mother Mary Ann, siblings Ann Rhoda, James, father John

Hugh Hetherington, of Whitehaven (son of Joseph)

Police Constable Thomas Hetherington

James Hewitt

John Hoad

Sir Richard Hodgson, mayor of Carlisle

John Hodgson, Elizabeth Hodgson, Sarah Hodgson: Threlkeld siblings

John Hodgson, Whitehaven

Joseph Hodgson, Great Braithwaite

William Hodgson

William Nicholson Hodgson

James Holland

Isabel Holme, John Holme

John Holme, of Martindale and brother Thomas Holme

The Howards

Pearson Howson and here

William Howson

Andrew F Huddleston,

John Hughes

I

Ernest Irving, journalist (son of George Irving, ironmonger)

James Irving (and wife Barbara, and their children), of Blackwell House.

Jane Irving (Jane Todd) of Patterdale and Penrith

Peter Irving of Port Carlisle

Peter John Irving

J

Annie Jackson (née Irving/Todd)

Hannah Jackson

John A Jackson, shoemaker

Joseph Jackson of Waverton

Mary Jackson

William Jackson , of Yanwath

William Jackson ii of Yanwath (and mother Hannah, and sisters Hannah, Mary, and Catherine.

John Jameson

Percy Johnston

William Johnstone

John Paul Jones

K

Joseph Kennedy

John Kirk

John Kirkpatrick

John Kitchen

L

Janet Lazonby

Edward Lawson (1832-1852)

Lowther Lawson

Pattinson Lawson

Sir Wilfred and Lady Mary Lawson and here

John Leak and family

James Leonard

Robertson Lidderdale, of the Westmorland Militia

Ann Little, husband George Little, children Isabella, Margaret, John, Robert, Annie, Joseph)

Jane Little, confectioner, husband John Little

Lawrence Little

Eliza Lynn Linton

Widow Eleanor Liverick, of Brampton

Mary Ann Longrigg

Dr Henry Lonsdale and again and here

Lowthers

Nathaniel Dean Lowthian, and brother Abraham Tom Lowthian

M

Colonel Maclean, of Lazonby

Michael McCumisky, brother George McCumisky

Stuart McCurrie/Stewart McCurry

Isabella McGee, daughter Eliza

Terence McGrady

Sergeant James McGuffie

William Marshall MP

Robinson Martin, and parents James and Mary

Thomas Martindale and the Martindale family

Harriet Martineau

John Mason

John Matthews of Kirkbride

Richard Mattinson

Henry McNeil

Gavin Melville, of Carlisle

Widow Mary Melville, of Keswick

John Merryman, Westmorland

Joseph Milburn, of Silloth, wife Ann

Dinah Mooney

Tom Moore

H Mullen

Sir George Musgrave, and here, and

N

John Nanson

John Nelson of Maryport

Sarah Nelson, of Kingstown

Thomas Nicholson, fireman

Elizabeth Noble, of Brampton

Mary Noble, of Ellerton, Hesket-in-the-Forest

Edward, John, and Joseph Norman, of Beaumont

O

Mary Ann Oldcorn

Jonathan Oldman

P

Isaac Patterson

John Pattinson (debtor)

Thomas Pattinson (b 1838) of Westfield House and Kirkland House

Benjamin Pears (b 1841)

Christopher Pears (b 1803, Aspatria)

Christopher Pears of Hesket-New-Market

Christopher Pears (b 1821)

Emma Pears and here

Isaac Pears

Jackson Pears

Joseph Pears the vet

Mary Pears (died 1870)

Robert Graham Pears

Thomas Pears (b 1834, Craggs)

Thomas Pears (b 1851) of Fellside

William Pears (b 1855) of Fellside

William Pearson (b about 1786), of Borderside, Crosthwaite

Ann Peat (b 1836)

Elizabeth Peat

Jeffray Peat (Jeffery Peat)

Mary Peat (married George Carruthers)

Rachel Peat (b 1836)

Katherine Pennington

Robert Henry Pepper (son of John Pepper)

David Petrie – and Catherine, Helen, Mary Jane and John

Henry Pilkington, Jane Ann, sons George Henry, Joseph Harold, Charles

William Pinder

Joseph Pocklington

Humphrey Porter

Portland, Dukes of

James and Joseph Pridholm

Q

R

Robert Railton

Charlotte Relph

Margaret Rennier

James Richardson, General Wolfe Inn, Penrith

John Richardson, of Borrowdale

Robert Richardson, of Penrith

Allan Taylor Rigg

Dorothy Ritson

Elizabeth Ritson

Clem Richardson, gamekeeper

Henry Richardson, solicitor

James Richardson, landlord of the General Wolfe

James Richardson, draper

Joseph and Mary Richardson, of Hudscales

Robert Robinson

James Rome b 1872

Joseph Rome

William Rome

James Room

John Roper, of Shap

John Rothery, of Egremont

Edward Hervey Rowland

John Ruddy

S

John Sanderson, Ann Sanderson

Mrs Mary Sandwick

Fanny and Beauchamp Prideaux Selby

Elizabeth Pocklington Senhouse,

Humphrey Senhouse    x several!

Sir Benjamin Scott .

John Scott, Thomas Scott, William Scott, of Kingstown

William Hudson Scott

Robert Sewell, astronomer

William Sewell

Bernard Shannon, wife Jane, children James. Patrick, Sarah, Mary A

Henry Shepherd (and son Harry)

Elizabeth Simpson (Elizabeth Peat) (b 1802), of Port Carlisle

Jane Simpson (Jane Irving) of Port Carlisle: her coat of arms

John Simpson, currier

Joseph Simpson, fitter

Sally Simpson (Sarah) of Wigton

Thomas Simpson, gamekeeper, wife Margaret

George Smith, of Kendal, distiller

John Smith of Carlisle

Richard Smith, of Egremont

William Smith, of Brough

Edward Southwell

John Topping Stafford,

John Stalker

James Steel (and his statue)

John Steel

Richard Stephenson, of Kingstown

Rory Stewart, MP

Thomas and Eleanor Storey

Robert Studholme, of Biglands

Isaac Swainson, of Hawkshead

T

James Taylor, Whitehaven

Tom Telford (family include Henry Eustace Telford)

John Robert Thomlinson

Aaron Thompson

Jane Thompson, confectioner. Children include Samual Thompson, Jonathan Thompson.

John Thompson, of Great Salkeld

William Thompson, of Whitehaven

Jane Thornborrow

Mark Thornber

William Albert Thornber

William Thornburrow, licence woes, keeping pigs

Jane Thorp

Joseph Timperon

Isaac Todd, auctioneer

John Todd, of Kendal

William Toppin, draper and hotel keeper

Joseph Trauman, riot leader

Joseph Tremble, nurseryman, and; here, along with Elizabeth Tremble

Mary Tremble, née Pears

William and brother Joseph Turner, of Greenhead

George Tweddle, hats and caps, Carlisle

John Tweddle, of Alston

U

Charles Marshall Ure, wife Jane, son William Allen Ure

V

John Varty

W

Frederick Walker

Mary Walker, of Temple Sowerby

Joseph Walsh

John Ward

Thomas Warwick

James Wasdale, Bella Wasdale

David Weir

William John Welsh

Agnes, Anne and Isabella Wilkinson, of Kendal

Mary Wilkinson, of Nether Scales

Martha Wilkinson (widow) of Kendal

William Wilkinson, of Harrington

Ann Williamson wife of George Brownrigg

Garwain Williamson

Richard Wilson Wills

Ann Wilson

James Wilson, of Kendal

John Wilson, printer

John Hewson Wilson

Ann Wood/Skelton/’Lawson’

Mary Wood

William James Wood

Percy Wyndham

X

Y

Z

Mary Pears, Emma Pears, Emma Jackson, William Jackson, Cumbrian people,