1851 CENSUS - IRISH STRAYS - CUMBERLAND

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1851 CENSUS - IRISH STRAYS - CUMBERLAND

Post by irishgen » 30 Jan 2009, 17:50

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1851 IRISH STRAYS - CUMBERLAND

The following Irish were enumerated in Cumberland, England during the 1851Census.
You will them in the enumeration district as listed below, thank you.

BORN in IRELAND enumerated in CUMBERLAND

ALEXANDER WILLIAM Hawkesdale, Cumberland
ALEXANDER BRIDGET Hawkesdale, Cumberland
ANDERSON JOHN Cockermouth, Cumberland
ANDERSON MARY Cockermouth, Cumberland
ATKELD WILLIAM Hawkesdale, Cumberland
BLAIR WILLIAM Cockermouth, Cumberland
BRANAN JAMES Nenthead, Cumberland
BRANAN CATHERINE Nenthead, Cumberland
BRANAN BRIDGET Nenthead, Cumberland
BRANAN MARY Nenthead, Cumberland
CAGLEY JAMES Nenthead, Cumberland
CAGLEY ANN Nenthead, Cumberland
CAGLEY JAMES Nenthead, Cumberland
CAGLEY MARGARET Nenthead, Cumberland
CALLAGAN FRANCIS Cockermouth, Cumberland
CALLAGAN BRIDGET Cockermouth, Cumberland
CALLAGAN ANN Cockermouth, Cumberland
CALLAGAN PATRICK Cockermouth, Cumberland
CALLAGAN MARY Cockermouth, Cumberland
CLARKE NICHOLAS Brampton, Cumberland
COOPER MARTHA Cockermouth, Cumberland
CRAGG MARY A Cockermouth, Cumberland
CUNNINGHAM ELIZABETH Nenthead, Cumberland
CUNNINGHAM MICHAEL Nenthead, Cumberland
CUNNINGHAM CATHERINE Nenthead, Cumberland
CUNNINGHAM THOMAS Nenthead, Cumberland
DAVID PETER Lamplugh Cumberland
DOYLE ROBERT Nenthead, Cumberland
DOYLE RICHARD Cockermouth, Cumberland
FITSZIMMONS JAMES Wytrop, Cumberland
FITSZIMMONS SUSANNA Wytrop, Cumberland
FITZSIMONS JAMES Nenthead, Cumberland
GADDES? THOMAS Cockermouth, Cumberland
GLASS JOSEPH Nenthead, Cumberland
HARDY MARY Brampton, Cumberland
JOHNSTON JOHN Brampton, Cumberland
JOHNSTON BRIDGET Brampton, Cumberland
JOHNSTONE PHILLIP Brampton, Cumberland
KNOX PATRICK Wytrop, Cumberland
KNOX DANIEL Wytrop, Cumberland
LENNARD MARGARET Brampton, Cumberland
LINDON JAMES Cockermouth, Cumberland
LINDON HENRY Cockermouth, Cumberland
LINDON THOMAS Cockermouth, Cumberland
LOWDEN JOSEPH Cockermouth, Cumberland
LOWDEN SARAH Cockermouth, Cumberland
LOWDEN WILLIAM J Cockermouth, Cumberland
MARLEY LEONORA Cockermouth, Cumberland
MCCLUSK JOHN Brampton, Cumberland
MCCORMIC GEORGE Lyneside, Cumberland
MCCORMIC SARAH Lyneside, Cumberland
MCGEE WILLIAM Whitehaven Union Workhouse, Whitehaven, Cumberland
MURPHEY JAMES Hawkesdale, Cumberland
NUGENT RICHARD Nenthead, Cumberland
NUGENT RICHARD Nenthead, Cumberland
PATERSON ROBERT Lamplugh Cumberland
PATERSON ANN Lamplugh Cumberland
PATERSON JAMES Lamplugh Cumberland
REED? FRANCES Glassonby, Cumberland
RICE MATTHEW Wytrop, Cumberland
ROPE THOMAS Cockermouth, Cumberland
SLOAN JOHN Lamplugh Cumberland
SMITH JOSEPH Nenthead, Cumberland
SMITH BRIDGET Nenthead, Cumberland
TALKELD THOMAS Hawkesdale, Cumberland
WARD JOHN Whitehaven Union Workhouse, Whitehaven, Cumberland
WATT JOHN Cockermouth, Cumberland
WATT ANN Cockermouth, Cumberland

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Re: 1851 CENSUS - IRISH STRAYS - CUMBERLAND

Post by Stokers » 09 Aug 2013, 07:17

I have identified a stray not on the list - is this useful to you?
Mary Dyer b1835 daughter of Peter Dyer
piece 2393 folio 372 page 11 RD Houghton le Spring Co Durham
Is there an explanation for these strays?
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Re: 1851 CENSUS - IRISH STRAYS - CUMBERLAND

Post by irishgen » 09 Aug 2013, 16:52

Thanks for the new information.

1851 was just after the "Famine" in Ireland.

Many people left Ireland in the 1840's and 1850's to escape the hunger.

That is my guess based on the historical facts of those decades.

greetings

Liam

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