Tag Archives: Hannah Smith

The Misses Smith of Penrith

In an earlier post, I wrote about John Smith of Melmerby (1815-1884) and his family. He and his wife Mary (nee Hardy) had three daughters who lived to adulthood and none of them ever married.  They were: Mary Ann  1854-1923 … Continue reading

Posted in Families, Gamblesby, Hardy, Kirkoswald, Melmerby, Park Head, Penrith, Places, Smith | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

John Smith of Melmerby (1815-1884) and his family

There are a lot of John Smiths in the family – I know of seven and there may be more – so it is sometimes hard to keep them straight. This particular John Smith was born in 1815 in Hesket, … Continue reading

Posted in Families, Gamblesby, Hardy, Kirkoswald, Melmerby, Park Head, Places, Smith | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

The Two Milliners

This is the third in a series of four posts about the family of William Smith of Melmerby (1781-1857) and his wife Mary Longrigg. The two milliners are two of William Smith’s four daughters: Mary Sutton and Agnes Scott.  Mary … Continue reading

Posted in Families, Islington, Melmerby, Penrith, Reigate, Scott, Smith, Sutton | Tagged , , , , , , , , , ,

Hannah Huddart of Gamblesby

Hannah Huddart was one of my great-great-great-grandmothers.  She was born in Gamblesby, in the County of Cumberland, in late 1753 or early 1754 and was baptised at Addingham Parish Church in Glassonby on 3 February 1754.  The Huddart family lived … Continue reading

Posted in Families, Gamblesby, Huddart, Melmerby, Photographs, Smith | Tagged , , , , ,

The Farm near Cashel

When Lancelot Smith and most of his family moved to Ireland in the 1850s, they rented a farm near Cashel, County Tipperary, in the townland called Rathcoun (also written as Rathcowan, Rathcown or Rathcoon).  The townland is about 2 miles … Continue reading

Posted in Cashel, Smith | Tagged , , , , , , , , ,