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suejsmith (View posts)
Posted: 965615923000
any whailings out there for leicester, burton or anywhere else please contact me

Sarah Ann Whailing

Posted: 992040169000
Edited: 994460163000
I'm a descendant of a Sarah Ann Whailing who, by the records I have, was born in London, England in May of 1845. She married one Evan William Davis or Davies of Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan,South Wales around 1868. In 1869 they emmigrated to Hornbrook, Siskiyou County, California. They had seven children, three which survived childhood: Sarah Ann(b1869) James Evan(b1876) and Morgan Evan (b1881). I know nothing about this side of the family so I'm hoping you can help me fill in some details

Re: Sarah Ann Whailing

p bartlett (View posts)
Posted: 1141684450000
Classification: Query
My ancesters were Whailings and there is a link to Leicester. I understand that they were Romany gypsies.

John Whailing was My great grandfather and he died on the Lancastria. His father was William and Mother was Bridget. He maried Clara and ended up in Portsmouth.

Re: Sarah Ann Whailing

P bartlett (View posts)
Posted: 1141684581000
Classification: Query
If I recall correctly they were in Staffs too. I would have to look it up.

Re: Sarah Ann Whailing

Cary Davis (View posts)
Posted: 1142051993000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Davies, Whailing
Thanks so much for responding to my query. I'm looking for lots of details on the ancestry of Sarah Whailing. I'm looking for her date of birth, her date and place of marriage to Evan William Davies and maybe some information on their only Welsh-born daughter also named Sarah Ann. I do know that Sarah was English born and married around 1868, had Sarah in 1869 and emmigrated to Siskiyou County, California later that same year. Any information you can provide would be a big help. My email is Carydavis@aolcom. Thanks, Cary

Re: whailing

Posted: 1223087653000
Classification: Query
Surnames: whallinge whelling whalling
Hi, I have a Dennis Whelling married Mary Yandall, 15 November 1829, St Mary Newington. Daughter Harriett Rebecca Whallinge, 3 October 1822, Brixton, Surry, England married John Henry Wright 30 April 1843, St Mary Newington Surrey. John and Harriet emigrated to Australia on 23 May 1856 aboard "Robert Small". Regards, Kay

Re: whailing

Posted: 1292010727000
Classification: Query
hi my name is glyn raymond whailing i am from coventry aged 32 my dad is peter whailing he has brothers david and malcom whailing all in coventry he also had half brothers/cousins both deceased raymond and another whose name has slpped my memory but i can find out as my dad is still alive and kicking he has another half brother same mother andrew williams whose dad was harry williams he also has a half brother same farther in leceister named maurice i beleive if this helps you and you need any more information email me at glyn0@hotmail.co.uk

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Posted: 1306363990000
Classification: Query
hi glyn the name you cant remember is brian my dad he was your dads cousin but they were brought up as brothers and the other brother was raymond who passed away in 1953 and is buried with your grandmother molly in london road cememtary

Re: whailing

Posted: 1321222555000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Whaling
Hi

My name is Claire west nee whaling I have lived in leicester all my life. My dad is Tom whaling his father was Leonard whaling. Leonard had previously been married to Eileen?? Edith palmer my grandmother was the common law wife of Leonard he died in march 1942 a few months before my dad was born. Bridget and William where Leonards parents, I have recently started my family history again and would love to hear from any other whalings from the midlands. Coventry,staffs etc.

Kind regards

Claire

Re: whailing

Posted: 1322302610000
Classification: Query
hi glynn the name that has slipped your mind is my dad brian he and raymond were brought up by your dads parents your grandmother molly is buried in the same grave as raymond in london road i have located the grave it is unmarked as there is no gravestone but by a strange coincidence it is next to my mums auntie and uncles grave tell your mum and dad susan says hello i quite often bump into them at morrisons
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