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Trying to find Ullyart

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Patricia Report 22 Jul 2007 15:51

AN UNUSUAL NAME and the only entry on the boards. So to what I am looking for and here's hoping. Any family connections in either CARLISLE or STOKE ON TRENT. Some names to be going on with are: JOAN GABRIEL MAY nee Taylor and ALBERT JAMES ULLYART. Sons MICHAEL and BILL (WILLIAM). ALBERT WAS A POLICEMAN BEFORE RETIRING AND BUYING A STATIONARY / NEWSPAPER SHOP IN STOKE ON TRENT. Former address was 2, Fairway Road, Stoke on Trent. moved to Carlisle approx 30years ago. one of the Carlisle family was called Winnie (Winnifred) Ullyart, who was married to HENRY LOMAX WALLACE. ALBERT AND HIS BROTHER were born in Thomson Street CARLISLE. Their father was called Thomas and mother called Margaret nee Hastie (y).


Patricia Report 16 Mar 2013 22:47

Thank you for this information. I recognise the names of some of the people so now I can try and delve a little deeper. Regards, Pat Bain (formerly Ullyart)


MarieCeleste Report 16 Mar 2013 22:58

Hello Patricia, you seem to be replying to your own post?