Lucy Perkins@ 9:24pm 10-09-2018
Thank you so much for all the information here. My maternal grandmother was the great grand-daughter of Lucy Martha Baker (born Hallworth in 1833). I had been searching for Lucy's father Phillip Hallworth and stumbled upon your site. You've helped me go back another four generations. Thank you so much!
Mike Churcher@ 2:34pm 08-09-2014
We have received an insight into the life of Albert Hallworth on Wokingham Remembers. Richard May gave us this fascinating rarity. The addition is on: http://www.wokinghamremembers.com/hallworth-albert-w/
Many congratulations on your superb website.
Mike Churcher: firstname.lastname@example.org
Linda Buckingham@ 7:05pm 02-05-2013
Found this site by chance today and very interested but not had a chance to look at everything yet. I did a bit of research a couple of years ago and have just decided to get restarted. My ancestor (I think) is the Charles Hallworth born in 1825. My Grandfather was Frederick Charles Hallworth and his parents were Charles Hallworth and Louisa Sharp. I had noticed there seemed to be a connection through time between the Hallworths and Sharps and would be interested to know if there is any more information on this. I will let you know if I find anything of interest. Thanks for all the information provided.
Kind regards, Linda
Lisa@ 10:18pm 10-14-2012
Thanks for your comments, Jordan, it was kind of you to write as you did.
Jordan Gregory@ 5:06am 10-14-2012
Just wanted to say how grateful I am for this website and all of the invaluable information on here. My Grannie is Margery German, daughter of Kate May Hallworth. Great to know there's a network of extended family on the net.
Val Turvey@ 5:16am 07-29-2012
If you care to email me I can give you information on the Tuthhill, Tunstall and Mead families. Meads from Whitby are part of my family and I have done a little more research on them this week and have now found your website.
Lisa Hallworth@ 8:15pm 03-03-2012
Thanks very much Grenville, that was very helpful of you to share as you did. I'll add the information on to the pages when I get a chance.
It would seem that Walter the groom here is youngest sibling to our direct ancestor, William who married Hannah in 1904. He gave the same home address in 1904: 18 Adelaide St.
We know that in 1891 Walter was 18 & an apprentice Ships carpenter.
Curiously, the BMD data I derived from the County records gave their marriage date as 1900, but we'll go with this data as it's clearly more complete.
I think he's the Walter J. Tuthill who died in Hartlepool, in 1926 (aged 53).
Great to see a reference to Julia Annie Tuthill, who only rarely appears in census records.
Thanks again Grenville for your assistance,
grenville davies@ 10:34am 03-03-2012
greetings from hartlepool
for your perusal, cogitation and files.....
the marriage at st james's church, musgrave street, west hartlepool, on 10 february 1899:
walter john tuthill, aged 25 and a ship wright.
son of william john tuthill (deceased).
address: 18 adelaide street, west hartlepool.
margaret jenkins, aged 22 and a spinster.
daughter of george jenkins, a labourer.
address: 1 redworth street, west hartlepool.
witnesses were william james and julia annie tuthill.
it is indubitably imperative to note that prior to amalgamation in 1967 the towns of hartlepool and west hartlepool were two separate entities.
grenville in hartlepool
Lisa@ 12:15pm 11-25-2009
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