This is what I have for Samuel Ellwood. This information came from Peter Ellwood. None of it appears to be in familysearch.
Samuel Ellwood-7 (Edmund Ellwood-6, Edmond Elwood-5, Christopher Elwood-4, Christopher
Elwolde-3, Edmund Elwold-2, Edwarde Elwald-1). He was born 1726 in Dufton. Baptism on 13 Oct 1726 in Dufton. He died on 03 Aug 1811. Occupation was Shoemaker.
Hannah Barrow. She was born 1731 in Cartmel. She died 1811 .
Samuel Ellwood and Hannah Barrow. They were married on 23 Nov 1752 in Cartmel .
They had 4 children.
i. John Ellwood. He was born 1754 in Kendal. He married Jane Coultherd. They were married on 19 May 1776 . He died on 01 Dec 1842 in Kendal .
Occupation was Husbandman .
ii. Elizabeth Ellwood. She was born 1756 in Kendal.
iii. James Ellwood. He was born 1759 in Kendal. He died on 19 Jan 1813 in Kendal . Occupation was Blacksmith .
iv. Isabel Ellwood. She was born 1763 in Kendal.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Steve Hayes" <hayesstw@...> wrote:
> On 17 Jan 2012 at 18:47, Gillian Mc Kenna wrote:
> > Oh well, so much for dying just after the move from Dufton to Bolton!!
> > There is an Edmund Ellwood who paid window tax in Dufton in 1777 but this is
> > probably our other Edmund who died 1803 who left the will.
> Ive been looking quite a lot at this Edmund (born c 1770, son of Edmund
> Ellwood and Anne Rudd) recently -- will send family group sheets to anyone
> who is interested for comment/correction.
> He's not our direct ancestor, but several people on the list seem to be
> descended from him.
> The only record of a marriage of an Edward to an Elizabeth we have been able
> to find is to an Elizabeth Robinson in Carlisle on 14 Oct 1725. But the only
> chidren of Edmund and Elizabeth born soon after were all born in Dufton:
> Samuel (1726) m. Hannah Barrow ???
> Daniel (1728) m. Hannah Crewdson
> Lydia (1730) m. William Robinson
> Elizabeth (1732) died in infancy
> Ann (1734) m. William Morris
> John (1738) died in infancy
> And, as you have shown, around 1740 they moved to Bolton, and were in
> financial difficulties there in 1742. Samuel does not appear to have been
> with them then. He would have been about 14-16 then. Was he apprenticed
> Samuel seems to be the most problematic, at least for us. Other people's
> trees show descendants, but they aren't always consistent with each other,
> and we haven't been able to find any confirmatory records on line. Of course
> not everything is available on line for checking, and they may have seen
> records that have not been transcribed or filmed yet.
> Do you have anything on him and his descendants?
> Keep well,
> Steve Hayes
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