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From: "Townsend, Colin" <>
Subject: RE: Lonsdale research
Date: Tue, 18 Jan 2000 16:55:47 -0500
My Lonsdale interest is in a Jane LONSDALE - she married a William BURN. I
know that they had 1 child in 1849 (Durham, England), & that Jane died in
that same year.
I don't have any other dates to confirm Jane's DOB.
Does anyone have any details of this LONSDALE?
Colin Townsend ()
William TOWNSEND c1822, Wiltshire
Ellenor GRIFFIN c1843, Wiltshire
James Thomas STRANGE c1849, Berkshire
Mary HIGGS c1841, Berkshire
William Henry Philpot JONES c1845, Lancashire
Frances Maria BAILEY c1845
William BROUGHTON c1822, Yorkshire
Emma DOUGLAS c1849
William BURN, Durham
Jane LONSDALE c1849
John DAVIES c1849, London
Maria Elizabeth DAY c1835, London
Mark BUCKLEY c1840, York
Ellen MIDWOOD c1828, Cheshire
Henry SHARP c1850, York
Maria SHARP c1849, York
Colin (Ext. 6691)
From: Henry S. Rogers [mailto:]
Sent: Wednesday, 19 January 2000 7:28
Subject: Lonsdale research
In response to some thoughts mentioned last December on the
web site, I thought that I would contact each
LONSADLE researcher personally and ask them to post on the Lonsdale web site
all their research to date on the family name..
May of have done so over the years but now is a time to bring it all
together so that others may have an opportunity to see what may recently
been uncovered and if a family member has a connection with that of another
I hope that I am being too forward in asking this of you and yet I
that most of us need the help of each other as we are all somehow connected
somewhere back in time.
I look forward to hearing from you and about your Lonsdale
I am researching Stephen Lonsdale, born about 1800 somewhere in
married Ann Mitchell, emigrated to Port Hope, Ontario, had six children and
died somewhere between 1861 and 1871 in Ontario. To date, I have not been
able to make any further connection back in time or about their life in
Ontario or forward through their only two sons, William Henry Lonsdale, who
died April 8, 1901 in Port Hope, Ontario, and John Lonsdale who died
somewhere in New jersey, USA.