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151 Several births of a John Welbank in Yorkshire in 1734, this one has William as father. It takes place soon after William Welbank of South Cowton inherits the farm from his father, giving him the opportunity to rent out the land, move away and marry. John Welbank of Carlton Husthwaite appears to come from a North Cowton family, because he owns land in North Cowton, mentioned in his Will. Welbank, John (I592)
 
152 several children living Pedrick, Charles (I1304)
 
153 She is listed in probate records as Ann Welbank, so her second marriage was presumably annulled. Her brother Jonathan Coulson, farmer of Gatherly is one of the executors. Coulson, Ann (I644)
 
154 She was living with her nieces, daughters of her sister-in-law Mary (Welbank) Mitchell, before she died. Hirst, Mary-Ann (I16)
 
155 She was of age, so at least 21, when she married in 1845 Scott, Ann (I74)
 
156 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F363
 
157 son of Christopher Welbank, plumber Welbank, Thomas (I543)
 
158 son of John, tailor Welbank, John (I963)
 
159 Station Master at Balmoral, S. Belfast. Watson, Alan (I448)
 
160 Surgeon in Royal Navy Polden (I351)
 
161 Teacher in Kenya. Woods, Thomas (I430)
 
162 The KIN of Anthony Welbank, late of 15 Parkfield crescent, Feltham, Middlesex....are requested to apply to the Treasury Solicitor .... (Estate about 6000)

Andrews Newspaper Index Cards 9.9.1941: The above newspaper notice is pasted on, and there are handwritten notes:

11.6.1941 Barr called at 17 Parkfield Crescent and obtained information. Deceased was abt 74 birthday 12 Dec - pensioned railwayman - lived at Fulham before Feltham - had property in Ilford - born in France - mother was not married when decd was born - maternal grandfather was a Field Marshal of England - mother married afterwards ? in France - decd spoke of her husband as his stepfather - mother died 20 yrs ago in Fulham

[He owned 5 freehold properties, 4 in Ilford].

1921 Anthony Welbank H.S. 55/6 Rly Clk Languedoc, France [copied from 1921 census?]
 
Welbank, Anthony (I482)
 
163 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Welbank, Richard (I595)
 
164 The parish record notes that his father lives in Boroughbridge, so Richard would have been born there. Welbank, Richard (I596)
 
165 The probate index says she died at the Trinity Ground, Stepney Marshall, Dinah (I853)
 
166 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Welbank, Richard Thomas (I674)
 
167 There are two Ann Coulsons, servants, living at the house in 1841; aged 35 and 15. Probably related to this Ann Coulson, but her age at death is given as 63 by the Yorkshire Gazette 13 Oct 1860. Family F223
 
168 They were married by Richard's brother Christopher, later a bishop

Marriage allegation held in Metropolitan Archives, gives her age as "a minor, upwards of nineteen years". Her mother Jemima witnesses and agrees to the marriage as her father William Welbank is deceased. Her guardian George Brown also agrees to the marriage. Newspaper announcements say she is the second daughter of William Welbank. 
Family F36
 
169 This is Ancestry.com suggestion for his birth details. Wellbank, Matthew (I1263)
 
170 This is the last Welbank burial at South Cowton. Welbank, Robert (I1010)
 
171 Uncle John (died 1662) mentions Elizabeth Nicholson in his Will along with other children of his brother George. Family F276
 
172 Very long Will
brothers John and Thomas, sister Ann Simpson ten guineas each
sister Elizabeth Jackson, widow nineteen? guineas
grandchildren, children of son Thomas, 50 each
grandchildren, children of son Samuel, 50 each
grandson William Welbank, 50
daughter Mary Marianna Fletcher my silver watch with its appendages
land by the name of Whilbands in Borrowby, Yorks, formerly occupied by Wilfred Sadler, surrendered to Henry Hirst and John Smith of Northallerton for life, to be recovered since they have both died.

owns no 8 Savile Row, and nos 101-106 York Street, in Mile End, (Now called Myrdle Street and a Conservation Area; the exact houses haven't survived but others have).

104 per annum to daughters Mary Fletcher and Jane Wellbank and after their deaths to any survivors
residue? to sons Thomas, Wilfred, John, Richard and Samuel. 
Sadler, William (I1215)
 
173 W Riding archives

Inventory of Edward Welbank of North Cowton 1673
Christopher Welbank executor
one hors one gelding, 5 pillows, 5 pewter dishes, etc 
Welbank, Edward (I1034)
 
174 War Service: Gunner J W Welbank, 179663
Served with: "D" Bty. 286th Bde. Royal Field Artillery
Died: 11th Oct 1918
Commemorated: Naves Communal Cemetery Extn, Nord, France. Plot 2 Row C Grave 4
Husband of C. Welbank of North Newington, Banbury, Oxon. 
Welbank, John William (I006)
 
175 warehouseman, consumption Wellbank, James (I1256)
 
176 WELBANK Jul 8 died Catherine M beloved wife of Robert J and mother of John S and Annie A and the late Frank L, native of Tullamore, Ireland. Mooney, Catherine (I560)
 
177 went to Canada Fulcher, Sam (I085)
 
178 went to Canada Fulcher, Walter (I086)
 
179 went to Canada Barker, Ruth (I119)
 
180 went to Canada Barker, Lilley (I120)
 
181 went to Canada Barker, Maude (I121)
 
182 West Riding Archives

Inventory of Robert Welbank d. 1671 
Welbank, Robert (I1035)
 
183 West Riding Yorks Archives

Admon and inventory of Mary Welbank 1695
John Welbank her son is executor
5 cows 1 bull 2 stirks 3 calves
1 mare and foale
3 aikers of corne 
Mary (I1024)
 
184 WILL
The Revd John Gilpin of Sedbury
jewels and ... namely a sprig ornament for the head a Maltese Cross a pair of ear rings a Song Broach two pins and a pair of bracelets diamond clasps with Roman pearl all of which belonged to Dame Elizabeth Preston the late sister of my wife Jemima Gilpin to Richard Bethell of Rise...Esquire and William Sampson of York Place in the County of Middlesex Esquire upon trust
[to be held according to the will of Elizabeth Preston - not clear whether they are to be sold]
I bequeath the household furniture plate china linen glass books prints pictures wines and liquors fuel consumable provisions and other household ... belonging to me and all other in my personal estate and effects to my said wife Jemima Gilpin
I devise that my manor of Sedbury ... and all my freehold messuages lands tenements tithes and hereditaments in Sedbury.. to my nephew William Gilpin of East Sheen .. Esq and Robert Rayson of Stockton in the county of Durham gentleman upon trust to sell the same together or in parcels...and out of the proceeds to [pay all debts and expenses and invest the remainder in stocks, funds securities, income to go to Jemima then after her death held in trust for his only surviving son George Gilpin]
I devise and bequeath the residue of my ffreehold and copyhold [properties] to my said wife to her heirs and assigns [and Trustees are charged to handle the management].
Proved London 19 Mar 1844.

 
Gilpin, Rev John (I93)
 
185 Will leaves house in Carlton cum Husthwaite to wife Ann for life
messuages and tenements in North Cowton
messuages and tenements in Thornton Le Street to Ann for life
after her death 1200 to divide among his four daughters.
Land in North Cowton was settled on his mother and his son John.
Properties in Thornton Le Street to son William.
Allotment in Thirsk West Moor purchased from Mr Piper to John, on payment of 100 to William.
 
Welbank, John (I592)
 
186 Will mentions Ann daughter of brother Francis and leaves estate to "dear uncle" Arthur Myles, husband of aunt Margrett. Welbank, John (I1055)
 
187 Will of the Revd John Gilpin of Sedbury
jewels and ... namely a sprig ornament for the head a Maltese Cross a pair of ear rings a Song Broach two pins and a pair of bracelets diamond clasps with Roman pearl all of which belonged to Dame Elizabeth Preston the late sister of my wife Jemima Gilpin to Richard Bethell of Rise...Esquire and William Sampson of York Place in the County of Middlesex Esquire upon trust
[to be held according to the will of Elizabeth Preston - not clear whether they are to be sold] 
Brown, Lady Preston, Elizabeth (I585)
 
188 working in the home of a master mariner in Whitby Wellbank, Mary (I866)
 
189 Yorkshire Gazette North Yorkshire, England 5 Mar 1864
WELBANK. - On the 26th ult., at Malton, aged 64, Mr Thomas Welbank.
 
Welbank, Thomas (I968)
 
190 [Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2 M-Z, Ed. 6, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: 30 Aug 1998, Internal Ref. #1.112.6.114841.77]

Individual: Welbank, Alice
Social Security #: 164-50-3492
Issued in: Pennsylvania

Birth date: 17 Oct 1896
Death date: Apr 1985


Residence code: Pennsylvania

ZIP Code of last known residence: 19437
Primary location associated with this ZIP Code:

Gwynedd Valley, Pennsylvania

 
Welbank, Alice (I483)
 
191 [William Turner] eventually lodging with one of Elizabeth Gaskell's oldest friends, the teacher Rosa Mitchell, who used to keep a boarding house for students at Manchester New College.
Elizabeth Gaskell, A Portrait in Letters

John Dendy soon removed to 93 Lloyd Street, where he boarded with Miss Mitchell, a very cultivated lady, who kept a boarding-house for the students
Recollections by Sarah Dendy (nee Beard) in Reciords of A Family 1800-1933, H McLachlan 1935. This seems to be about 1847.

Probably it was Janetta Bishop Mitchell rather than Rosa who kept a boarding house, and possibly at these two properties before moving to 93 Lloyd Street a few years later. 
Mitchell, Janetta Bishop (I821)
 

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