James Taleford (between 1733 and 1775—)

James Taleford1 has no recorded parents. He was born between 1733 and 1775 at Cumberland, England .

He married Elizabeth Lindsay .

Elizabeth Lindsay1 has no recorded parents. She was born between 1743 and 1775 at Cumberland, England .

Children of James Taleford and Elizabeth Lindsay:

          James Cobban Logo


Footnotes:

1
FamilySearch.org : parish register, Lanercost, Cumberland
Elizabeth Lindsay

born between 1743 and 1775 at Cumberland, England died

born at died at

Marriage of .

Child of

Jane Taleford

born about February 1793 at Cumberland, England died

born at died at

Marriage of .

Child of

born at died at

Marriage of .

Child of

Source: FamilySearch.org

Author: Church of LDS

Cumberland, England

Cumberland was one of the last areas of British resistance to the Anglo-Saxon conquest of Britain.  It was part of the Kingdom of Rheged which was absorbed by Northumbria in the 7th century.   It was part of Scotland until conquered by William II.  The county of Cumberland was merged with Westmorland and the city of Carlisle into the county of Cumbria in 1974.

 
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