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  • ID: I116033438
  • Name: Christopher Threlkeld (I)
  • Given Name: Christopher Threlkeld
  • Surname: (I)
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: Abt 1594
  • Note:
    Name: Christopher Threlkeld 1 2
    * Sex: M
    * Birth: ABT. 1594 1 2
    * Reference Number: 1029
    * Note:
    [Mary Leitner.FTW]

    NOTES:
    On a "Search for Cumberland, England". This is what I found BELOW.
    Stories handed down from our mother Bertha Twila Threlkel that there
    were four brothers who came from Cumberland, England and that two had
    stayed in the U. S. of A. and two went back to England.

    NOTES:
    Cumberland-A maritime county, bounded on the west by the Irish Sea,
    on
    the east by the counties of Northumberland and Durham, on the south
    by
    those of Westmoreland and Lancashire, and on the north it is
    separated
    from Scotland by the waters of the Solway, the Scot's Dyke and the
    river
    Liddal. At the time of the Norman conquest Cumberland was so
    impoverished, William the Conqueror remitted all its taxations.


    The surface of this county is irregular, with rugged mountains and
    many
    beautiful valleys, as well as fine lakes, rivers and extensive
    woodlands.


    Mineralogical productions of this county are rich and varied, and
    include lead, copper and iron ores, zinc, cobalt and black lead. The
    lead mines are at Alstone Moor, copper mines near Caldbeck, Hesket
    Newmarket and Borrowdale and Newlands in the neighbourhood of
    Keswick.
    At Crowgarth in the parish of Egremont is an iron mine, which is
    unrivalled for productiveness in Great Britain. The famous black lead
    mines are situated at the head of Borrowdale, in a place difficult of
    access.


    The principal manufactures of Cumberland are the spinning and
    manufacturing of cotton into various fabrics, and calico-printing.
    Coarse linens, checks, woollens etc. are also produced in several of
    the
    towns, and Carlisle has long been famous for its ginghams. Several
    paper
    mills are established in different parts of the county. Earthenware
    is
    manufactured near Dearham and near Workington are ironworks, which
    employ several hundred workmen.


    The county is divided into five wards, synonimous with the hundreds
    of
    the other counties. They are Allerdale above Darwent, Allerdale below
    Darwent, Cumberland, Eskdale and Leath. These contain one city
    (Carlisle) seventeen market towns, and one hundred and twelve
    parishes.[Mary K. Leitner]

    NOTES:
    On a "Search for Cumberland, England". This is what I found BELOW.
    Stories handed down from our mother Bertha Twila Threlkel that there
    were four brothers who came from Cumberland, England and that two had
    stayed in the U. S. of A. and two went back to England.

    NOTES:
    Cumberland-A maritime county, bounded on the west by the Irish Sea,
    on
    the east by the counties of Northumberland and Durham, on the south
    by
    those of Westmoreland and Lancashire, and on the north it is
    separated
    from Scotland by the waters of the Solway, the Scot's Dyke and the
    river
    Liddal. At the time of the Norman conquest Cumberland was so
    impoverished, William the Conqueror remitted all its taxations.


    The surface of this county is irregular, with rugged mountains and
    many
    beautiful valleys, as well as fine lakes, rivers and extensive
    woodlands.


    Mineralogical productions of this county are rich and varied, and
    include lead, copper and iron ores, zinc, cobalt and black lead. The
    lead mines are at Alstone Moor, copper mines near Caldbeck, Hesket
    Newmarket and Borrowdale and Newlands in the neighbourhood of
    Keswick.
    At Crowgarth in the parish of Egremont is an iron mine, which is
    unrivalled for productiveness in Great Britain. The famous black lead
    mines are situated at the head of Borrowdale, in a place difficult of
    access.


    The principal manufactures of Cumberland are the spinning and
    manufacturing of cotton into various fabrics, and calico-printing.
    Coarse linens, checks, woollens etc. are also produced in several of
    the
    towns, and Carlisle has long been famous for its ginghams. Several
    paper
    mills are established in different parts of the county. Earthenware
    is
    manufa




    Father: Robert ? THRELKELD

    Marriage 1 Anne ?? UNKNOWN b: in Lazonby, Cumberland, England
    • Married: Abt 1659
    Children
    1. Has Children Christopher THRELKELD b: 1660 in Cumberland, England
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