Re: [Stonehaven Genealogy] White Family
- Do you have either James or William's marriage certificate?
If they married in Scotland, it will list their parents names
(including the mother's maiden name) if they married in
England, at least you will have the father's names. Keep in
mind, civil registration began in Scotland in 1855 and in
England/Wales in 1837.
Once armed with this info, the next step would be to try to
find the family unit on the 1851 census. The boys still
should be at home given the ages that you quoted.
There are always cracks in the 'brick walls'...the fun is
finding the crack and then chiseling away at it.
Could any one help me, as I seem to have hit a "brick wall"..
I am looking for the parents or other siblings of JAMES WHITE
b1846 Aberdeen don't know what part and his brother WILLIAM
WHITE b1848 Scotland....I found James and William living with
their families on the 1881 British census, at the same address
in Bishops Wearmouth Durham,
James married MARGARET ANN JOHNSON b1846 Hylton Sunderland had
MARY JANE -----B1868
JOHN GEORGE ---B1874 he married Ada Martha Llewellyn
CHARLES -------B1880 All the above in Bishops Wearmouth
AMY -----------B1883 Sunderland
FLORENCE ------B1891 Stockton -on - Tees
William married MARY ? B1849 Newcastle Northumberland had children
ANNIE ---------B1874 she married William Bramwell
GEORGE H. -----B1876
JOHN J. -------B1883
REBCCA --------B1891 All in Bishops Wearmouth Durham.
This is all the information I have...
A lot of these names are reacurring throughout my tree..
Can any one help ?????