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Trying to find Lewthwaite
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|Katie||Report||12 Apr 2004 22:19|
Hi all. For all those Lewthwaites out there - I have one Lewthwaite in my tree. Unfortunately I don't yet know when or where she was born, but this may help. Her name is Ruth Lewthwaite and must have been born around 1811 in Cumbria. She married an Isaac Hartley, who was born in 1811 and died in 1892. He was born in Drigg, Cumbria (then called Cumberland). He was widowed by the 1881 census and was working as a bridewell keeper at a prison in West Derby, Liverpool. They had several children - one of which I am directly descended from. If you would like any further information from me, just let me know. Katie.