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1 Robert Welbank, son of Dorothy Catterson, spinster, no father's name given, in parish record of his christening. I think Welbank is a surname, but could be a middle name. Welbank, Robert Catterson (I1090)
 
2 "Alice Welbank, a pauper" Wilson, Alice (I957)
 
3 "an old man" Welbank, John (I941)
 
4 "at an advanced age". Living with her son Richard. Baker, Sarah (I010)
 
5 "batchiler and husbandman" Welbank, Thomas (I642)
 
6 "creditors of late John Welbank, shoemaker of New Malton" Welbank, John (I784)
 
7 "Gent" Hawkins, Francis (I369)
 
8 "George Welbank esq a native of Sussex in England, aged thirty-three years, died on the third, and was buried in the fifth"

Register of births marriages and deaths, Holy Trinity Anglican Cathedral Quebec

Ancestry.com. Quebec, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1621-1968 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2008.
Original data: Gabriel Drouin, comp. Drouin Collection. Montreal, Quebec, Canada: Institut Généalogique Drouin. 
Welbank, George (I481)
 
9 "late of Moss Side, now of Greenheys, Manchester" bankruptcy proceedings, March 29th, Official Receivers offices, Manchester
London Times 21 Mar 1888 
Mitchell, Edward Welbank Robinson (I830)
 
10 "old age" aged 81 Welbank, Jane (I536)
 
11 "son of John Welbank, tailor" Welbank, Timothy (I965)
 
12 "son of John, tailor" Welbank, William (I964)
 
13 (Galfridus) Rector of Water Newton 1660-1700
St Remigius Church 
Hawkins, Geoffrey (I360)
 
14 - Robert Welbank. Inquest held at Malton on 12 September 1811. Verdict: drowned accidentally
 
Welbank, Robert (I962)
 
15 1782 Captain of Good Design, sailing from Whitby
1786 Captain of Oak, taking a cargo of wood from Hull to Sunderland.
1787 Captain of ship taking coals from Sunderland.
1800 Captain of Oak, arrived at Whitby from Hull with goods. 
Wellbank, Thomas (I626)
 
16 1800 will of Mary Welbank, widow, of Northallerton. Her son William will be a beneficiary when he reaches the age of 21. She leaves £600 apiece to her three daughters, and her books are shared equally between William, Jane and Anne Frances.
Her chased gold watch to Jane.
Plain gold watch which belonged to her late husband to her son William.
Gold stop watch which belonged to her son Edward Dawson, to Godfrey Hirst, innholder.
Twenty guineas to Thomas Mitchell.
(Godfrey Hirst and Thomas Mitchell are appointed guardians to William until he becomes 21).
Also mentions properties inherited from her late father Edward Dawson. 80 acres of land outside Northallerton and other properties within Northallerton.
A property on West Row in Northallerton called the Angel Inn bought by her late husband.
 
Dawson, Mary (I533)
 
17 1851 Census: Film 1816, Folio 381,2
Age 32, Boot & Shoemaker, living at Eagleton's Buildings, Heigham
1881 Census: Film 1952, Folio 85
Age 63, Shoemaker, living at Greyhound Opening, Tinklers Lane, Heigham 
Fulcher, Samuel (I142)
 
18 1881 Census: Sched. 94, Causeway. Film 1952, Folio 117
Causeway Tavern, Russell St.
Shoemaker and Licensed Victualler 
Fulcher, Henry (I083)
 
19 3 children in Clyde's obituary Family F381
 
20 80 years Welbank, John (I963)
 
21 a pauper when he died Welbank, John (I894)
 
22 abode given as Newcastle-upon-Tyne, age 25 (parish records). Robinson, Thomas Welbank (I819)
 
23 according to the gravestone, remains were moved from the Tower of London. He is buried with his wife, her unmarried sister, and her father and mother.

The Times, 19 Oct 1844
THE TOWER - (From a Correspondent) - The first disinterment from the Tower burial-ground took place on Saturday last, when the mortal remains of several relatives of Lieutenant-General Dickinson, Royal Artillery, were thence removed to the new churchyard, Lee, Kent. The coffins were conveyed in a hearse, and deposited in a vault previously prepared for their reception. Two relatives of the General, the Rev W Ludlow and Mr R Welbank, superintended the removal, and accompanied the remains. We understand this rude, perhaps cruel, disturbance, has arisen from the alleged necessity of appropriating that which was formerly a burial-ground as the site for a portion of the projected new barracks. 
Welbank, Robert (I567)
 
24 acute enterocolitis Welsh, Frank (I1347)
 
25 after a few hours' illness, at her Brother's house in Carlton Husthwaite
(Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette, 28 Dec 1821). 
Welbank, Mary (I57)
 
26 after a tedious indisposition (York Herald, 15 Feb 1812) Welbank, Margaret (I56)
 
27 Age 11, sole servant to a farmer with 2 children, farming 34 acres. Welbank, Mary (I925)
 
28 Age 14, sole house servant to a surveyor of bridges with 6 children Welbank, Elizabeth (I924)
 
29 age 3, marasmus Wellbank, William (I1270)
 
30 Age 40 in register of deaths, 2nd Qr 1868 Wellbank, James (I1256)
 
31 age 71 Fowler, Lucy (I973)
 
32 age 89 Chapman, Margaret (I513)
 
33 aged 84 Catterson, Dorothy (I85)
 
34 aka. Rita Woods, Margaret Kathleen (I432)
 
35 Alice M Welbank, death listed on FreeBMD with age corresponding to birth date. Pike, Alice Marian (I009)
 
36 Anne is single, living with her son Harry at her parent's house, in 1891. So presumably Harry's surname is Cole. Cole, Harry (I994)
 
37 announcement in Leeds Intelligencer 19 Aug 1837 says she died "lately in London". Welbank, Mary (I535)
 
38 aortic regurgutation, chronic nephritis.
Single, next of kin is sister Jennie Rowan. 
Wellbank, Matthew Henry (I1261)
 
39 Apoplexy, aged 70. Welbank, John (I592)
 
40 Archbishop of York Marriage Licences Index 1613-1839 gives her age on marriage as 25 Welbank, Eleanor (I80)
 
41 as Fortune Walbank Welbanks, Fortunatus (I774)
 
42 As he holds a messuage in 1441, he must be at least 21. Welbank, John (I1070)
 
43 B.A.
Rector Water Newton 1700-1719
Rector Higham Gobion 1720- 
Hawkins, Jeffery (I372)
 
44 baptised by his maternal grandfather, Thomas Amory Welbank, George (I518)
 
45 Baptism record:
St Botolph's, Bishopgate. - 4th Feb 1778 - Cert. 180
Robert Welbank, 18 Days Old, son, of William and Jemima

 
Welbank, Captain Robert (I474)
 
46 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Welbank, Thomas Ontario pioneer (I1080)
 
47 Birth: Richard William Welbank
Sex: boy
Date: 3rd April 1855
Place: St Luke Chelsea, North East Chelsea. [Cert.279]
Father: Richard Welbank
Father's Occupation: Newspaper agent
Mother: Mary Ann Welbank formerly Hawkins
Informant: M.A.Welbank - Mother - 21 Sloane Square, Chelsea.
Date of Reg: 27th April 1855  
Welbank, Richard William (I008)
 
48 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Lowe, Sophie Roberta Welbank (I462)
 
49 Born to John McKenzie and Sarah, 9 months after their marriage (but could be a different couple with the same name, as they are in Newcastle). Mackenzie, Thomas (I1207)
 
50 born to Richard + Anne Welbank, George (I1389)
 

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