On 5 Dec 2012 at 9:19, Gillian Mc Kenna wrote:
> Also the name Hogg rang a bell with me. There was a discussion back in
> July/august 2011 about Ellwoods & Hoggs raised by Steve. Here is an excert of
> his message:
> "John Ellwood (1748-?)
> John Ellwood was born in Alston, Cumberland, in about 1748, the son of
> Thomas and Mary Ellwood.
> Some researchers show him as married to Mary Gibson born in 1748 in
> Moresby, Cumberland, and having seven children, born in Whitehaven. At
> some point in the late 18th century the family moved to Scotland, where
> some of the children married, and some of them emigrated with their
> spouses to the USA.
> Other researchers show this same John Ellwood as married to Elizabeth
> Hogg, and having a completely different set of children.They can't both be
I looked it again, and am pretty certain the John Ellwood born in Alston in
1848 was rthe one who married Mary Gilbert, and the one who married Elizabeth
Hogg was a different John Ellwood, though I have no idea where he came from.