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Re: Urwins Northumberland and Durham, England
Posted by: Anne Woolley (ID *****4076) Date: February 12, 2007 at 15:16:41
In Reply to: Urwins Northumberland and Durham, England by Sheila Bound of 86

Hi Sheila,
Have only found this website and was reading through the postings and when I came to yours I was taken by the mention of Michael Urwin who was married to Ann, I didnt know her surname, I have been trying to trace the Urwin family without much real success as my father William Raymond Urwin lost contact with his family many years ago. He was born in May 1921, his father was John George Urwin who married Ann Darling Hayton about 1920. She already had a son called Norman Hayton. John George was born in 1894, He had an older brother William who was born about 1888.
Their parents were called William George Urwin and Elizabeth Wheatley, William George later married a woman called Maria? William George's parents were George Urwin and Eleanor? I am pretty sure that George's parents were Michael Urwin and Ann, (maybe from what you wrote her surname was Miller) The rest seems to fit. I would be grateful for any other information that you may have and grateful for what I saw on this particular website. Sorry if I have waffled on a bit, but tracking them down gets quite frustrating.
Thanks again Anne


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