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The village of Dalston. A street in the village of Dalston. The Church of St Michael and All Angels in Dalston. The aisle in Dalston Church. Small stained glass window in St Michael's Church. Dalston War Memorial

Surnames on War Memorial

First World War

1915 - Barclay, Brown, Cowen, Dodd

1916 - Fidler, Gibbons, Graham, Lewis, Moscrop,  Pigg, Scott,  Warbrick

1917 - Graham, Ferguson, Pigg, Scott

1918 - Armstrong, Douglas, Graham, Mitchell, Moscrop, Steele,  Thomlinson, Tuddenham, Walton,  Wilson

1919 - Douglas,  Barnes

Second World War

Armstrong, Field, Gibbons, Graham, Gray, Hogg, Little, MacLeon, Morison, Notman, Sarginson, Strong

Born or baptised in this parish:


Wills - Contact us for details of names and relationships:

John George BARKER,  1883

Joseph Lightfoot BARKER,   1886

Robert Story BARKER,   1888

Sarah Elizabeth BARKER,   1882

Thomas William BARKER,   1885

Adam BIRD,   1800

Henry Hunt GIBSON,   1844

Joseph HEWITT ,  1902

Caroline Fletcher JAMES ,  1825

Emma Maria JAMES,   1824

Robert LIGHTFOOT ,  Abt 1765

Dorothy Ellwood PARKIN,  Abt 1895

Catherine SANDERSON,   Abt 1833

Mary SANDERSON,   1804

George STEEL,   1858

George STOREY,   Abt 1816

Mary STOREY,   1860

Mary STOREY,  Abt 1870

Isaac THIRLWALL ,  Abt 1844

Jessie TWENTYMAN,   1904

Sarah  WAUGH,  Abt 1823

Born in Ivegill in the Parish of Dalston

Emmeline WALKER, 1914

Cumberland Counties Contact The River Caldew in Dalston.

The River Caldew (by Ronald Hall, 1964)

Dalston is the name of a parish and large village situated on the River Caldew.

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