AN EASTHAM FAMILY IN DILWORTH AND DUTTON NEAR RIBCHESTER,
LANCASHIRE, ENGLAND

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The following family tree has been put together from the parish registers of Ribchester, general registration records, census returns and monumental inscriptions.  Some information on the children of John Eastham and Ellen Seed has come from my third cousin, Colin Brown.

If you are interested in the Easthams of Ribchester note that there are also Catholic families. Some of their records are in the Anglican churches such as Ribchester and its daughter chapel at Longridge and are identified as "Papist". There are also records in the "Catholic Record Society" series of books, to be found at the Lancashire County Archives in Preston. Baptisms were recorded from 1783.

I am grateful to Diane Waddington who provided the information that William Eastham and Margaret Lakeland were her GG Grandparents from their daughter, Ellen.  See generation 3 below and the main argument that follows.

On a separate page I include information on the family of Ellen Seed who married John Eastham in generation 3.

Introduction

During the course of this research, it became necessary to distinguish between two William Easthams. There was a William Eastham, baptised at Mitton on 24 April 1796 the 5th son of  John Eastham, and William Eastham, baptised 4 June 1797 at Longridge.  The 1851 census shows William Eastham and his family in Dutton near Ribchester as shown below. In Footnote 1 there is the corresponding data for William Eastham in Mitton.

Census of 1851 for Ribchester area, Township of Dutton
HO 107/2268, Enumeration District 6, folio 353, page 18. At Number 59 Lane Ends

William Eastham head 54 farmer of 15 acres Born Dutton
Margaret wife 50 farmer's wife Dutton
Ann dau. unm. 31 hand loom weaver Dutton
Thomas son unm 29 HLW Dutton
George son unm 27 HLW Dutton
William son unm 24 HLW Dutton
Martha dau. unm 17 HLW Dutton
Ellen dau. unm 16 HLW Dutton
James son 12 HLW Dutton
Margaret dau. 10   Dutton
Margaret granddau. 1   Dutton

This information was compared with entries in the baptism parish registers of Ribchester as follows:

Ann, dau of William Eastham, labourer of Dutton and Margaret on 3 Oct 1819
Thomas son of William, a weaver of Dutton and Margaret on 24 Feb 1822
John, son of William, a weaver of Dutton and Margaret on 13 April 1823
George, son of William, a farmer of Dutton and Margaret on 20 June 1824
Jane, dau of William, a farmer of Dutton and Margaret on 5 Feb 1826
Alice, dau of William, a farmer of Dutton and Margaret on 22 June 1828
Elizabeth, dau of William, a farmer of Dutton and Margaret, born 27 Feb 18930 and bapt 28 March 1830
Margaret, dau of William, a farmer of Dutton and Margaret, born 27 Feb 1832 and bapt 1 April 1832
Martha, dau of William a farmer of Dutton and Margaret, born 27 Oct 1833 and bapt 18 Nov 1833.

There are nine children recorded here and the family is a good fit for the one found in the cenus in terms of the names and their order. However, the census shows two additional daughters - Ellen born about 1834/5 and Margaret born 1840/41. This indicates that the Margaret born in 1832 must have died for another daughter to be given the same name. The census also shows two additional sons - William born 1826/7 and James born 1838/9. A marriage of a William Eastham to a Margaret was found as follows:

Register of Marriage Ribchester: William Eastham and Margaret Lakeland, both of this parish, by banns with the consent of the parents on 9 August 1819 at Ribchester, in the presence of Thomas Gregson and Edward Duckworth. William signe and Margaret made her mark.

The consent of Margaret's parents would he needed as she could have been only 17 at the time but would have been 7-months pregnant. Margaret's baptism was found as follows:

Register of Baptisms at Mitton. Margaret Lakeland, first daughter of Thomas Lakeland, weaver and Mary Lakeland, maiden name Wilkinson, of Bailey, born 27 March 1802 and baptised 18 April 1802 at Mitton.

2. The Eastham Family of Dutton

Using the information shown above together with other parish and census records together with General Registration details, the family tree has been constructed as shown below. A compendium of parish register details for Mitton, Ribchester and Longridge is shown in section 5.

Abbreviations

MI      Monumental inscriptions, (unless otherwise stated they are at Mitton)
BC      Birth certificate
MC     Marriage certificate
DC      Death certificate
C51     Census of 1851
C61     Census of 1861
bapt.    Baptised
PR       Parish register
 

Footnote 1.

A William Eastham in Mitton. This William is not part of the family shown above but is one of the Mitton Easthams shown on a separate page. However, I append the details here to show how they differ from the family at Dutton.

Census of 1851 Great Mitton in the Clitheroe District.
HO 107/2256, Enumeration Districts 4 & 5, folio 462 page 9.  At High House

William Eastham head 55 farmer of 6 acres Born at Mitton
Mary Eastham wife 49 farmer's wife Chaigley
Alice Eastham dau. 14 farmer's daughter Mitton 
Sarah Eastham dau. 11 scholar Mitton
Peter William Eastham son 9 scholar Mitton
Edward Eastham son 7 scholar Mitton
Mary Eastham grandau 1   Mitton

 

Footnote 2.   Information from Diane Waddington

Diane Waddington provided the following information from sources including a family bible, & LDS microfilms of St. Bartholomew's at Colne and the churches at Great Harwood and Ribchester.

Ellen Eastham was born at Dutton on 18 March 1835 and married James Robinson on 6 May 1862 at Ribchester. He was the son of Richard & Ellen Robinson and was born in Dutton on 3 February 1843 and Christened the same day. 

They had a son, William Robinson, born at Dutton on 27 November 1863 and who died on 30 November 1943.  He was buried at Great Harwood.  William was a blacksmith, then had a taxi and founded William Robinson and Sons Coaches of Great Harwood.  He married Alice Holden who was the daughter of George and Isabella Holden.  She was born 25 October 1867 and Christened 7 November 1867 at Ribchester.  She died on 28 March 1949 and was buried at Great Harwood.  William and Alice's had twelve children and their son, George Robinson, born in Great Harwood, was Diane's maternal grandfather. The family moved from Dutton to Mellor Brook between April 1890 and July 1891 and then to Great Harwood some time after February 1895 before the birth of George in 1897, where the rest of the children were born.

Footnote 3. Information from Bob Calvert

1861 Census of Ribchester area, at Dutton Lee, Dutton
Preston Sub District 4, Alston. Parish of Dutton, Enum District 8
RG09 Piece 3142: Folio 106; Page 11

Thomas Eastham Head, married 39 (1822) Cotton Weaver Born Dutton
Ann Eastham Wife, married 33 (1828) Cotton Weaver Dutton
William Eastham Son, 9 (1852) Scholar Dutton
Margaret Eastham Daughter 7 (1854) Scholar Bailey
James Eastham Son 6 (1855) Scholar Bailey
Elizabeth Eastham Daughter 3 (1858)   Dutton
Thomas Eastham Son 1 (1860)   Dutton

For the birth records of all the children the mother's maiden name is shown as Hesmonhalgh

1871 census, 36 Princess St, Gt Harwood

Thomas Eastham Head, married 49 Farm labourer Born Dutton Lancashire
Anne Maria Eastham Wife, married 42   Ribchester, Lancashire
William Eastham Son, unmarried 19 Cotton Weaver Dutton
Margaret Eastham Daughter, unmarried 17 Cotton Weaver Bailey, Lancashire
James Eastham Son, unmarried 16 Cotton Weaver Bailey
Thomas Eastham Son 11 Scholar Bailey
John Eastham Son 8 Scholar Bailey
George Eastham Son 5 Scholar Ribchester
Robert Eastham Son 3   Ribchester
Walter Eastham Son 10 months   Gt. Harwood

In 1880, Ann Eastham died and Thomas married again at St. Bartholomew's Church in Great Harwood. He was described as of full age of 150 Queen Street and his father was William Eatham a farmer. He married Mary Jane Weston, widow of full age, the daughter of Richard Bryce a farmer. Witnesses were George Eastham and Margaret Eleanor Moffett. However, from the details given in the 1881 census is seems unlikely that there will be more children.

Census of 1881 at 150 Queen Street, Great Harwood
Source: FHL Film 1342001 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 4177 Folio 6 Page 5

Thomas Eastham Head, married 59 Carter Born Dutton Lancashire
Mary J Eastham Wife, Married 47 Housekeeper Montgomery, Wales
Thomas Eastham Son, unmarried 21 Cotton Weaver Dutton
John Eastham Son, unmarried 18 Cotton Weaver Dutton
George Eastham Son 15 Cotton Weaver Ribchester
Robert Eastham Son 13 Cotton Weaver Ribchester
Walther Eastham Son 10 Scholar Gt. Harwood
William Eastham Lodger 50 Farm labourer Dutton
Footnote 4. Obituary for Mrs. Eastham formerly Ellen Seed in generation 3 of the tree

The following is from the Clitheroe Times from about January 1912 given that her 80th birthday would have been a few days after her death.

Death of Mrs. Eastham. It is with regret that we record the death of Mrs. Eastham, which occured on Sunday last at Appleton House, Chatburn, the residence of her daughter, Mrs. W. Hartley. The deceased would have attained her 80th birthday on Sunday next. Mrs. Eastham was a native of Clitheroe, and in her maiden days resided at Eastham House, Clitheroe, being in service with the family of the late Mr. John Stewart. The deceased lady's genial nature and intense love for ancient customs and old-time modes of life rendered her a most interesting source of information, as she, up to her latest years, retained an excellent memory. Her pleasing personality added a charm to those quaint stories, maxims and folk-lore, with which she could entertain her friends on favoured occasions. She had a vivid recollection of the making and opening of the Blackburn-Chatburn railway, he late husband being a foreman of works on this length. Mrs. Eastham's father, the late Mr. John Seed, was a native of Slaidburn. In religion he was a Congregationalist and in politics a Tory, and for 39 years was manager of Clitheroe Gas Works in succession to Mr. Charles Ratcliffe, the first manager, and for 10 years subsequently was manager of the Corporation Waterworks. The deceased lady leaves four daughters and numerous grandchildren. The interment took place at Clitheroe Cemetery on Tuesday afternoon last, the solemn rites being performed by the Rev. Waler Foxon.

In relation to his obituary, Colin Brown notes that John Eastham was recorded with various occupation in different records. In 1849, when he married he was called an excavator, which is a navvy. In the 1851 census, he was a railway labourer but in his wife's obituary he is a foreman of works. The North Western Junction Railway was begun in 1846 and opened in June 1850. As a result of a financial crisis, the line was abandoned at Chatburn. In 1854, he was described on the Birth Certificate of his daughter, Alice, as a farmer. Whereas in 1870, at the marriage of Margaret Ann, he was said to be a butcher, in the 1871 census he was an excavation contractor. By the time she married Willard Dugdale in 1874 he is described as a labourer. It was not uncommon for people to change occupation and farmers were often also butchers but certainly John had a varied career. Colin also notes that it was actually Mr. Charles Ratclilffe who went on to be manager of the Corporation Waterworks, the wording in the obituary is not clear. I am grateful to Colin Brown for the following image of Ellen Eastham, neé Seed with her second daughter Alice (born in 1854) who married Willard Richard Dugdale in 1874. If the picture shows Willard and Alice's first child, John Edward, born 4 Dec 1876, it must have been taken about 1877.

 

Ellen Seed
Ellen Seed with daughter Alice and her husband Willard Richard Dugdale and child.
4. Lancashire Wills Proved at Richmond

Lancashire wills in the southern part of the county were proved at Chester but those on the eastern side north of the Ribble were proved at Richmond. In the period from 1761 to 1837 there are no obvious Eastham wills proved at Chester relating to the families near Ribchester. The following have been identified in the indices held at Lancashire County Record Office and genealogical details from several have been transcribed.

1. Robert Eastham of Alston, Ribchester, yeoman, 17 July 1764, WRW/A. Edmund Eastham and John Blanchard were joint executors. Robert's wife was Ann and three sons are mentioned: Edward, Edmund and Thomas. However, contact with Thomas had been lost. Will was made 8 July 1764 and witnesses were James Parkinson and Jno Graveston

2. Adam Eastham of Preston, yeoman, 8 June 1779. WRW/A. The will was made on 15 May 1779. First grant 1779 and second grant 15 August 1816. This will was challenge 37 years after the first grant. It mentions Adam's daughter Elizabeth then under 21. If she died before inheriting the property went to the children of two unnamed sisters and two unnamed brother of Adam. Executors were Thomas Clayton of Walton, yeoman and Thomas Marsden of Wray Green, brother-in-law and John Whittle of Penwortham, brother-in-law. Witnesses were Willm Aspinall, Elizabeth Aspinall and Margt Parker. Subsequent papers show that the administration of the will was challenged by Thomas Blackburn, son of grandson of Alice Eastham, deceased, intestate widow of Adam Eastham. He claimed the will was wrongfully proved at Lancaster. An administration was produced in which Thomas Blackburn, shopkeeper and Jonathan Lodge of Preston, gentleman and William Ashcroft of Preston, innkeeper were to administer the estate. Adam died in 1779.

3. Henry Eastham of Marton, husbandman, 1783, Admon

4. William Eastham of Goosnargh, husbandman, 2 June 1798. WRW/A. The will made on 9 March 1795 shows that he had a wife Betty, son John and daughter Mary. The will then claims he had six other children but mentions only five viz. Edward, Ann wife of John Seed, Mary Betty wife of William Preston, Peggy wife of Thomas Clarkson and Sally wife of Luke Simpson. Executors were Edward Eastham and John Seed. Witnesses were Thomas Parkinson the elder and Thomas Parkinson the younger.

5. Henry Eastham of Dilworth, weaver, 12 May 1802, WRW/A. The will was made on 9 December 1801. Henry mentions six sons: Richard; John; Thomas; Henry; James; and Joseph. Executors were John Wharton of Dilworth, yeoman and Joshua Walmsley, auctioneer. The witnesses were Thomas Wilcock and Alexander Duxbury. Effects under £100
 
6. Thomas Eastham of Dilworth, yeoman, 13 August 1821. His wife Mary received freehold messuages and dwelling houses. Two houses were in the occupation of James Goss and Richard Shuttleworth. Two cottages in Dilworth were in the occupation of Thomas Cowell and the testator. Thomas Eastham had sons Richard, Thomas, Edmund, John and William and and a daughter, Betty, the wife of William Hodkinson. The executors were Richard Eccles of Whinney Clough in Goosnargh, yeoman and John Eastham, son of the testator. The will was made on 7 February 1819 when Thomas made his mark and the witnesses were Robert Parkinson and Thos Cowell. Thomas dies on 14 February 1821. Other papers with the will indicate that John Eastham was a "serjeant". Dilworth was in the Parish of Ribchester, County of Lancashire, Archdeaconry of Richmond and Diocese of Chester. When the will was proved the personal property was less than £20.

This corresponds with the record for Thomas Eastham buried at Longridge on 16 Feb 1821 aged 72 who was a papist.  The genealogical information in the will, is that he had a wife called Mary, and children Richard; Thomas; Edmund; Betty, the wife of William Hodkinson; John; and William.

7. John Eastham of Dilworth, weaver, 25 September 1826. WRW/A. The will was made on 14 February 1826. John mentions his wife Ellen and his late father, Thomas Eastham. John's mother was still alive. Also mentioned are John the son of his brother Richard and Mary the daughter of my brother Edmund. Executors were Wm. Seed of Dilworth and John Hayhurst of Alston. Witnesses were Robert Parkinson, Robert Watson and Edward Lonsdale. Effects under £20.

8. Edmund Eastham of Alston, Ribchester, yeoman, 18 January 1832. WRW/A. This will was made on 16 April 1831. He mentions four children: John Eastham; George Eastham; Nancy the wife of Peter Jump; Ellen the wife of Thomas Kay. Executors were John Francis Clarkson of Grimsargh and Edmund Sager of Alston. Witnesses were Thomas Wilcock, Ralph Charnley and Joseph Fowler

9. Margaret Eastham of Dilworth, spinster, 14 April 1834. The will was made 22 June 1832 and mentions Margaret's daughter Ann Eastham who was under 21. If Ann died before inheriting at the age of 21 the estate was to go to Margaret's unnamed brothers and sisters. Executors were Richard Parkinson of Longridge, a spirit merchant and Dennis Ormerod of Longridge a grocer. Witnesses were Thomas Eastham and Thomas Wilcock. She died 29 October 1833. Thomas Eastham may have been a brother. Effects under £50.

5. Parish Register entries for Easthams at Mitton, Ribchester and Longridge

For reference purposes all the Eastham baptisms at Mitton from 1720 to 1920 are listed as abstracted from the original registers as Lancashire County Archives in Preston. Some as yet incomplete records for Longridge and Ribchester are also noted.

5.1. Baptisms from 1720 to 1922 in Family Groups

(All dates are baptisms unless otherwise stated)

Abbreviations: d. daughter of ; s. son of ; 1s. first son of etc.; maiden name in brackets. farr is farmer

Hanaah, d. George Eastam, taylor of Bayley, 28 Jan1732
Dorothy, d. George Eastam, taylor of Bayley, 09 Mar 1734

John, s. James Eastham, taylor of Bayley, 29 Apr 1722
Elizabeth, d. James Eastham, taylor of Bayley, 10 Nov 1723

Thomas, s. James Eastham, farmer of Aighton, 14 Nov 1762
George, s. James Eastham, farmer of Aighton, 06 Oct 1765
James, s. James Eastham, farmer of Aighton, 05 Feb 1769
Richard, s. James Eastham, farmer of Aighton, 26 Mar 1772
Willm, s. James Eastham, farmer of Aighton, 19 Apr 1775

Elizabeth, d. John & Ellen Eastham, farr of Mitton, 02 Sept 1781
James, s. John & Ellen Eastham, far: of Mitton, 20 Mar 1783
Ellen, d. John & Ellen Eastham, farr of Mitton, 14 Aug 1785
Ann, d. John & Ellen Eastham, farr of Mitton, 28 Oct 1787

Edward, s. John & Ellen Eastham, farmer of Mitton, 06 Sept 1789
Thomas, s. John & Ellen Eastham, farr of Mitton, 12 Jan 1794
John, s. John & Ellen Eastham, farr of Mitton, 01 Jan 1792
William, born 17 Mar 1796, 5s. John & Ellen Eastham, (Kay), farmer of Mitton, 24 Apr 1796
Alice, 4d. John & Ellen Eastham (Kay), farmer of Mitton, 07 Oct 1798
Sarah, born 11 Apr 1801, 5d. John & Ellen Eastham, (Kay), farmer of Mitton, 03 May 1801

John, s. Thomas & Alice Eastham, farr of Aighton, 08 Nov 1783

James, s. George & Elizabeth Eastham, joiner of Mitton, 30 Sept 1787
Jennet, d. George & Elizabeth Eastham, joiner of Mitton, 28 Dec 1788

Ellen, 1d. Richard and Ann Eastham (Hothersall), farmer of Aighton, 08 Nov 1795
Nancy, born 26 Oct 1798, 3d. Richard & Ann Eastham (Huddersall), farmer of Aighton, 06 Jan 1799
James, born 21 Mar 1800, 1s. Richard & Ann Eastham (Hothersall), farmer of Aighton, 15 June 1800

Richard, born 30 Apr 1798, 1s. James & Grace Eastham (Parkinson), farmer of Bashall Eaves, 03 June 1798
James, born 10 Feb 1800, 2s. James & Grace Eastham (Parkinson), farmer of Bashall, 23 Mar 1800
Ellen, born 04 Mar 1802, 1d. James & Grace Eastham (Parkinson), farmer of Bashall, 28 Mar 1802
Grace, born 06 Apr 1804, 2d. James & Grace Eastham (Parkinson), farmer of Bashal, 15 May 1804

Thomas, born 21 Dec 1803, s. Betty Eastham, supp. father George Altham, of Mitton, 15 Apr 1804

George, born 20 Mar 1805, 6s. George & Betty Eastham (Houlden), cabinet maker of Bashall, 28 Apr 1805
Betty, born 10 June 1807, 5d. George & Betty Eastham (Houlden), cabinet maker of Bashall, 04 Oct 1807

William s. of John & Elizabeth Eastham of Bradforth, Miller, (born 19 Jan) 21 Apr 1816

Ellen d. of Alice Eastham of Mitton, spinster, 31 Oct 1819

Ralph s. of Betty Eastham of Little Mitton, widow, 24 Mar 1822

Ellen d. of William & Mary Eastham of Mitton, farmer, 19 Mar 1826
Margaret d. of William & Mary Eastham of Mitton, farmer, 29 June 1828
John s. of William & Mary Eastham of Mitton, farmer, 20 Feb. 1831
Thomas s. of William & Mary Eastham of Mitton, farmer, 20 Oct 1833
Alice d. of William & Mary Eastham of Mitton, grocer, 08 May 1836
Sarah Ann d. of William & Mary Eastham of Mitton, farmer, 28 July 1839
Peter William s. of William & Mary Eastham of Mitton, farmer, 25 July 1841
Edward s. of William & Mary Eastham of Mitton, farmer, 10 Dec 1843

John s. of Thomas & Margaret Eastham of Mitton, farmer, 01 Apr 1827
Ellen d. of Thomas & Margaret Eastham of Mitton, farmer, 11 May 1828
Thomas s. of Thomas & Margaret Eastham of Mitton, farmer, 17 May 1829
Alice d. of Thomas & Margaret Eastham of Mitton, farmer, 13 Feb 1831
Ellen d. of Thomas & Margaret Eastham of Mitton, farmer, 25 Nov. 1832
Matthew James son of Thomas & Margaret Eastham of Mitton, farmer, 19 Oct 1834
Margaret d. of Thomas & Margaret Eastham of Mitton, farmer, 15 May 1836
William s. of Thos. & Margaret Eastham of Mitton, farmer, 21 Jan 1838

John Alderson, s. of James & Margaret Eastham of Burnley, ironmonger, 24 Aug 1845
Emma, d. of James & Margaret Eastham of Burnley, gentleman, 04 Apr 1854 (a separate entry on a loose page of the register repeats this baptism but with the mother's name as Ann)

John s. of Ralph & Margaret Eastham, of Mitton, farmer, 30 Sept 1842

(The next group are known from other sources, including the obituary of John Eastham, to be the family of the solicitor who became Town Clerk of Clitheroe for more than 40 years)
Edith Mary d. of John & Annie Eastham of Clitheroe, gentleman, 08 May 1859
Maud d. of John & Annie Eastham of Clitheroe, solicitor, 26 May 1861
Margaret Brogden, d. of John & Annie Eastham of Clitheroe, solicitor, 10 Sept, 1865
John James Brogden s. of John & Annie Eastham of Clitheroe, solicitor, 21 July 1872
Thomas s. of John & Annie Eastham of Clitheroe, solicitor, 22 Nov 1874

Margaret d. of Thomas & Elizabeth Eastham of Kemple End, Chaigley, draper, 23 Jan 1876
Thomas s. of Thomas & Elizabeth Eastham of Kemple End, Aighton, draper, 10 June 1877
Mary d. of Thomas & Elizabeth Eastham of Kemple End, Aighton, draper, 16 Feb 1879
Elizabeth, born 27 Aug 1880, d. of Thomas & Elizabeth Eastham of Kemple End, Aighton, draper, 19 Sept 1880
Ellen d. of Thomas & Elizabeth Eastham of Kemple End, Aighton, draper, 27 Nov 1881
Alice, born 05 Feb 1883, d. of Thomas & Elizabeth Eastham of Kemple End, Aighton, draper, 04 Mar 1883

Annie, born 29 Jan 1899, d. of John James Brogden Eastham & Elizabeth of Horrocksford, Clitheroe, farmer, 05 April 1899
(Thomas Eastham, solicitor of Clitheroe, shown below, is known to be the son of John Eastham solicitor from the latter's obituary in February 1909 and also from an MI at Mitton)

Barbara, born July 1905, d. of Thomas & Maria Eastham of Clitheroe, solicitor, 20 Aug 1905
John, born 26 Jan 1913, s. of Thomas & Maria Eastham, 15 Church St. Clitheroe, solicitor, 25 Mar 1913.

5.2. Eastham Marriages at Mitton from 1720 to 1826 (From 1720 to 1812 from my transcript.)

Richard (x) Kenyon P. Chipping, husbandman & Ann Eastham P. Mitton, spr. by T.A. Bn. itpo: John Eastham, Roger Kenyon, 16 Feb 1779
John Eastham P. Mitton, husbandman & Ellen (x) Kay P. Mitton, spr. by T.A. Bn. itpo: Alexander Towers, Thos Haighton, 30 Oct 1779
Thomas Eastham otp. & Alice Parkinson otp. by T.A. Bn. itpo: George Eastheam, Wm Fell, 23 Oct 1783
John Haighton P. Mitton, husbandman & Alice Eastham P. Mitton, spr by T.A. Lic. itpo: George Eastham, Wm Fell, 01 Jan 1785
George Eastham P. Mitton, carpenter & Elizabeth (x) Holden P. Chipping, spr. by T.A. Bn. itpo: John Kenyon, Ann Wilson, 19 Oct 1786
Richard Eastham otp., farmer, bach. & Ann Hothersall otp., spr. by T.A. Lic. itpo: William Eastham, Ann Bailey, 23 Apr 1795
James Eastham otp., farmer, bach. & Grace (x) Parkinson otp., spr. by T.A. Lic. itpo: John Eastham, Willm Harrison, 13 Feb 1798
Thomas Howson otp. bach., miller & Grace Eastham otp., widow by T.A. Lic. itpo: John Eastham, William Harrison, 01 Sept 1806
George Altham C. Clitheroe, bach., miller & Elizabeth (x) Eastham otp., spr. by T. A. Lic. itpo: William Metcalf, Ann Eastham, 09 Feb 1807
Arthur Tomlinson C. Whitewell, farmer & Nancy Eastham otp., spr. by T.A. Bn. itpo: George Altham, Ellen Eastham, 04 July 1808

From register 1813 onwards abstracted from the original at Preston.

John Eastham, farmer, & *Elizabeth x Whitaker of Whalley, spinster, both of full age, on 2 Oct 1813, itpo: Arthur Tomlinson and Thomas Eastham.
Nancy x Eastham & Richard Haighton, by banns on 10 Feb 1817 itpo John Haighton & Robt x Parkinson.
Alice Eastham & James Howard, by licence, on 4 Feb 1822, itpo Thomas Eastham & Richard Howard
James x Eastham & Mary x Shaw, by banns on 22 Apr 1822, itpo Alice x Eastham & Joseph x Parker.
Elizabeth x Eastham & Michael Bailey by banns on 23 Oct 1824, itpo: Thomas Bailey & Sarah Eastham
William Eastham & Mary Mercer by banns on 5 Feb 1825, itpo: Thomas Eastham & Thomas Brotherton.
Sarah Eastham & Thomas Brogden by licence on 21 Aug 1825, itpo: Thomas Brogden & John Dawson.
Thomas Eastham & Margaret Brogden, by licence 25 Sept 1826, itpo: James Brogden & Thomas Brogden.

*Paul Sutcliffe notes that a Betty Whitaker was baptised at Mitton on 5 July 1789, daughter of William & Susanna Whitaker, farmer of Henthorn.

5.3. Eastham Burials at Mitton from 1720 to 1902

John Eastham s. of James Eastham, taylor of Bayley 21 Dec 1722
Robert Eastham taylor of Bayley 29 May 1729
Ann Eastham of The Hospital 22 Jan 1743
James Eastham taylor of Aighton 11 Sept 1768
James Eastham farmer of Aighton 14 May 1787
Richard Eastham s. of James Eastham, farmer of Bashall 18 Mar 1800
James Eastham farmer of Bashall Hall 11 Feb 1804
Margaret Eastham d. of Richard & Ann Eastham, farmer of Grindleton 01 Apr 1809
James Eastham s. of Richard Eastham, farmer of Grindleton 29 Nov 1810
John Eastham s. of George & Betty Eastham, innkeeper of Clitheroe 26 Feb 1811
Ann Eastham w. of Richard Eastham, farmer of Grindleton 28 Mar 1811
Edward Eastham s. of John Eastham, farmer of Mitton 16 Dec 1812

From Register 1812 to 1902

Ellen Eastham of Thornley, 10 Nov 1815, aged 88
Alice Eastham of Clitheroe, 8 Apr 1818, aged 22
John Eastham of Henthorn, 24 May 1818, aged 26
Elizabeth Eastham of Clitheroe, 1 Oct 1820, aged 57
John Eastham of Mitton, 26 Nov 1820, aged 66.
Nancy Eastham of Clitheroe, 22 Feb 1821, aged 23.
Ellen Eastham of Mitton, 27 Apr 1823, aged 66
Ellen Eastham of Mitton, 10 July 1828, aged 3 months
Richard Eastham of Roachdale, 29 December 1827 aged 34.
Agnes Eastham of Burnley, 20 Nov 1840.
James Eastham of Burnley, 21 Jan 1843, aged 1½ days
John Eastham of Billington, 22 June 1843 aged 4 months
Ellen Eastham of Mitton, 3 July 1844 aged 11.
William Eastham of Billington, 30 Aug 1850, aged 34.
George Eastham of Hodder Bridge Crook, 7 Aug 1850, aged 84
Richard Eastham of Foggs in Billington, 24 Apr 1852, aged 80
Edward Eastham of Chaigley, 26 Sept 1858, aged 14
Elizabeth Eastham of Harwood, 21 Sept 1863 aged 22
(pages missing from 1863 to 1865)
John Eastham of Gt. Harwood, 16 Jan 1868, aged 23.
Thomas Eastham of Mitton, 11 Oct 1876 aged 82
John Eastham of Langho, 5 Dec 1878, aged 74
Margaret Eastham of Mitton, 1 Nov 1879 aged 79
Annie wife of John Eastham of Clitheroe, 11 Oct 1883 aged 44
John Eastham of Chaigley, 23 May 1883, aged 52
Elizabeth Eastham of Clitheroe, 24 Jan 1900, aged 92
Thomas Eastham of Mytton, 7 May 1899, aged 70
William Eastham of Horrocksford Old Hall, Clitheroe, 24 Sept 1902 aged 64

 

5.4. Eastham Baptisms at Longridge (1760 to 1825 (1813-1825 from BTs)

There are notes in this small register that entries were also copied into the registers at Ribchester A Thomas Eastham was chapel warden in 1806)

Margaret d. of Thomas Eastham of Dilworth, 16 Mar 1794
William s. of Thomas & Ann Eastham of Dilworth, 4 June 1797
Ann d. of Thomas & Ann Eastham, 2 June 1799
Alice d. of Thomas & Ann Eastham of Dilworth, 16 Aug 1801
Grace d. of Thomas & Ann Eastham of Dilworth, husbandman (born 11 June) 1 July 1804
Thomas s. of Thomas & Ann Eastham of Dilworth, husbandman (born 29 June) 27 July 1806
Isabella, d. of Thomas & Ann Eastham of Dilworth, husbandman (born 9 Sept) 18 Sept 1808
Martha, d. Thomas & Ann Eastham of Dilworth, husbandman (born 26 Feb) 24 Mar 1811
George s. of Thomas & Ann Eastham of Dilworth, farmer, 12 Dec 1813
Thomas s. of James & Hannah Eastham of Ribchester, husbandman, 5 Mar 1815
Ellen d. of James & Hannah Eastham of Ribchester, labourer, 25 Dec 1816
John s. of Roger & Margaret Eastham of Ribchester, weaver, 19 Mar 1820
John s. of Roger & Grace Eastham of Hothersall, weaver, 19 Dec 1824.

5.5. Eastham Burials at Longridge (1760 to 1825 (1813-1825 from BTs)

Thomas, infant s. of Thos. & Mary Eastham of Alston, 10 Apr 1800
James, s. of Thomas & Mary Eastham of Preston, died 8, buried 10 Apr 1806 aged 3
Mary infant d. of Thomas & Molly Eastham, innkeeper of Preston, died 6, buried 9 Apr 1809.
Thomas s. of Even & Ellen Eastham of Dilworth, died 30 July, buried 1 Aug 1809 aged 10
William s. of Even & Ellen Easham of Dilworth, died 17 buried 19 Jan 1810 aged 23.
Isabella, d of Thomas & Ann Eastham of Dilworth, husbandman, died 11, buried 14 May 1812, aged 3
Ellen Eastham of Dilworth, a papist, 13 Jan 1814, aged 55
Thomas Eastham of Alston, a papist, infant, 30 Apr 1815
Even Eastham of Dilworth, a papist, 29 Aug 1815, aged 66
Margaret Eastham of Dilworth, a papist, 6 Feb 1816, aged 34
Thomas Eastham of Dilworth, a papist, 16 Feb 1821, aged 72

5.6 . Eastham Baptisms at Ribchester from 1736-1837

(From fiche of typed transcript at Preston)

William s. John Eastham, millor of Rib: 10 Jul 1743
John s. Thomas Eastham, of Sailsbury, cotton weaver 28 Dec 1744
Roger [George] s. John Eastham, milor of Rib: 29 Dec 1745
Mary d. Henry Eastham cotton weaver of p of Blackborn, 6 Oct 1745
Rosimond d. George Eastham, of Sailsbury, cotton weaver, Jun 1747
Thomas s Henry Eastham cotton weaver of Sailsbury, 29 Jan 1748
Ellen d. Thomas Eastham milor in Rib: 3 Apr 1748
Richard s. Thomas Eastham cotton weaver of Copthurst, 26 Jun 1748
Mary d. John Eastham of Rib: miler at Knowl Mill, 27 Jan 1750
Thomas s. Thomas Eastham of Sailsbury, weaver, 15 Oct 1752
John s. John Eastham of Rib: miler, 13 May 1753
John s. Henry Eastham, cotton weaver at Copstard [Coppstead Green] 3 Mar 1754
Elizabeth d. John Eastham of Bowght in Alston, 13 Oct 1754
John s. John Eastham, millor att New Mill, 25 Jan 1756
Thomas s. John Eastham, farmer in Alston, 9 Jan 1757
Robert s. Thomas Eastham, yeaman de Rib: 13 Apr 1758
Evan s. Henry Eastham, cotton weaver of Salsbury, 25 Apr 1758
Rachel d. Thomas Eastham, cotton weaver of Salsbury, 4 Feb 1759
Evan s. John Eatham of Alston, husb: 23 Sep 1759
Evan s. Thomas Eastham, cotton weaver of Salsburey, 26 Apr 1761
Ann d. John Eastham, husbandman of Alston, 28 Oct 1761
Richard s. John Eastham, of Rib: corn miller, 14 May 1762
John s. John & Ann Eastham of Alston, 6 Sep 1767
Ewen s. John Eastham of Alston, 3 Jun 1768

(Not yet checked these dates)

Bridget dau. of Thomas Eastham of Ribchester, 4 Jan 1784
Hugh s. of Thomas Eastham of Ribchester, 25 Dec 1785
Grace d. of John Eastham of Ribchester, 7 Oct 1787
Roger s. of John Eastham of Ribchester, 7 Mar 1790
Bridget d. of Ewen Eastham of Ribchester, 27 May 1792
Roger s. of Thomas Eastham of Ribchester, 2 Sept 1792
Roger s. of John Eastham of Ribchester, 1 June 1794
Ellen d. of John Eastham of Salesbury, 4 May 1795
Hannah d. of Ewen Eastham of Ribchester, 17 July 1796
Roger s. of Ewen Eastham of Ribchester, 20 May 1798

Alice d. of Robert Eastham of Clayton le Dale, 22 Mar 1801
John s. of Thomas Eastham of Ribchester, 21 Mar 1802
John s. Grace Eastham of Ribchester, 27 May 1804.
Mary & Anna daughters of Bridget Eastham of Ribchester, spurious, 3 Oct 1813.
Mary d. John & Susanna Eastham, R. wea, 21 Feb 1815
Isabella d. Thomas & Ann Eastham, Dt (Dutton), far, 20 Oct 1816
Bridget d. John & Susan Eastham of R. wea, 4 May 1817
Ann d. Margaret Eastham, Dt., sp, 26 Oct 1817
Joseph & Mary s. & d. James & Hannah Eastham of Dt., lab, 18 Apr 1819
Ann d. William & Margaret Eastham of Dt., lab, 3 Oct 1819
Jane d. James & Ann Eastham of Dt, lab, 31 Dec 1820
Evan s. John & Susan Eastham of R., wea, 5 Feb 1821
Thomas s. Roger & Margaret Eastham of R. wea, 29 Apr 1821
Thomas s. William & Margaret Eastham of Dt., wea, 24 Feb 1822
Henry s. James & Ann Eastham of Dt., lab 5 Jan 1823
Bridget d. Roger & Margaret Eastham of R. wea, 12 Jan 1823
John s. William & Margaret Eastham of Dt., wea, 13 Apr 1823
Bridget d. John & Susanna Eastham of R. lab, 25 Apr 1824
Hannah d. Roger & Margaret Eastham of R., far, 23 May 1824
George s. William & Margaret Eastham of Dt., far 20 Jun 1824
Elizabeth d. James & Ann Eastham of Dt., lab 2 Jan 1825
Jane d. William & Margaret Eastham of Dt., far, 5 Feb 1826
Richard s. Roger & Margaret Eastham of R. wea, 11 Apr 1826
James s. John & Susan Eastham of R. lab, 1 Oct 1825
William s. William & Margaret Eastham of Dt., far, 3 Jun 1827
Mary d. Roger & Margaret Eastham of R. wea, 25 May 1828
Alice d. William & Margaret Eastham of Dt., far, 22 Jun 1828
Hannah d. James & Hannah Eastham of Dt., lab 29 May 1829
Catherine d. John & Susan Eastham of R., lab, 29 May 1829
Elizabeth d. William & Margaret Eastham of Dt, far, born 22 Feb, bapt. 28 Mar 1830
Alice d. Roger & Margaret Eastham of Francis Green, wea, bo. 3 Jul, bapt 4 Jul 1830
Margaret, d. James & Hannah Eastham of Longridge, lab, bo. 22 Aug, bapt 26 Aug 1831
Margaret d. William & Margaret Eastham of Dt., far, bo. 27 Feb, bapt 1 Apr 1832
John s. John & Susan Eastham of Pinfold, lab, bo. 15 Apr, bapt 17 Apr 1833
James s. Roger & Margaret Eastham of Francis Green, wea, bo. 2 Mar, bapt 21 Apr 1833
Martha d. William & Margaret Eastham of Dt., far, bo 27 Oct, bapt 18 Nov 1833
James s. Roger & Margaret Eastham of Fleet St. Lane, wea, bo. 1 Oct, bapt 2 Oct 1834
Ellen d. William & Margaret Eastham of Dt., far, bo. 18 Mar, bapt 6 Apr 1835
Roger s. Roger & Margaret Eastham of Fleet St. Lane, wea, bo. 15 Mar bapt 17 Nov 1836
Mary d. William & Margaret Eastham of Dt., far, bo. 9 Mar, bapt 9 Apr 1837

Dt is Dutton
R is Ribchester

5.7. Eastham Marriages at Ribchester from 1754.

Thomas Eastham otp & Ann Harrison, sp, of the p of Chipping, by lic, by James Fisher, curate, itpo James Wycherley & Thos: Parksinson, 9 May 1754

John x Carefoot, husbandman & Elizabeth x Eastham, botp, by banns by James Fisher, minister, itpo John Shorrock & George Hayhurst 4 Nov 1754

Henry x Eastham, cotton weaver & Alice Hall, sp, botp, itpo James Slater & John Darwen, 19 May 1761

John Seed & Anne Eastham botp, by lic, itpo William Singleton & Jno: Shuttleworth, 7 Jan 1767

Robert Sharples, weaver & Mary x Eastham, sp, botp, itpo John Alston & Robert Sharples, 12 Nov 1771

1754 to 1779 needs to be checked further

1780 Onwards from index

Thomas x Eastham, wea, & Hannah x Rhodes, sp botp, itpo Joseph Walton & Robert Sharples, 9 Feb 1783

Richard x Eastham otp, weaver & Ellen x Huntingdon [Huntington] otp of Chipping, sp, itpo George Read & Rogert Ogdin (sic), 17 May 1785

John x Eastham & Catherine x Hodgson, sp, botp, itpo John Mayo & Jno: Cottam, 1 May 1786

John x Eastham & Isabel x Thompson, sp, botp, itpo John Crossley & Edward x Hollinshead, 9 Apr 1787

Thomas x Eastham otp, weaver & Margaret x Pye otp, sp, banns itpo T. Wilson & John Crossley, 9 Oct 1787

Ewen [Evan] x Eastham, otp, weaver & Mary x Standing otp, sp, banns, itpo John Crossley & Henry x Eastham, 22 Sep 1789

Thomas x Eastham, otp, calico wea & Ann x Standen otp, sp, by lic, John Pye & Aaron Gott, 8 Oct 1791

Henry x Eastham otp, wea, & Isabel Turner, otp, sp, banns itpo John Townley Pye & Aaron Goot, 11 Feb 1793

Edmund Eastham, otp, husb: & Ellen Latus otp, sp, by lic, itpo John Walton & John Richardson, 8 Feb 1796

James x Eastham otp, wea, & Peggy x Fernside, otp, sp, banns, itpo John Walton & Edmund Riding , 12 Sep 1796

John Richardson of p Preston, husb: & Elizabeth Eastham otp, sp, banns itpo Henry Seed & Edmund Eastham, 8 Oct 1798

Henry x Eastham, p of Blackburn, weaver & Mary x Barrett, otp, sp, banns, itpo James Slater & John Gregson 29 Oct 1802

John x Toop & Margaret x Eastham otp banns, itpo Henry Carter & John Gregson, 22 May 1803

John x Halsea & Bridget x Eastham botp, by banns, itpo Hugh x Eastham & Thoss Gregson, 29 Apr 1805

James x Corbrick & Grace x Eastham otp, banns, itpo John Robinson, 2 Dec 1805

James Dewhurst, p Goosnargh & Ellen x Eastham otp, by banns, itpo John Kitchin & Thos; Gregson, 14 Apr 1806

Thomas x Watson & Ellen x Eastham botp, banns, itpo John x Walmsley & Thos: Gregson, 20 May 1806

Richard Ashton, p. Blackburn & Margaret Eastham otp, by banns, itpo John Kitchin & Thos: Gregson, 6 Apr 1807

John x Hall & Ellen x Eastham, botp, banns, itpo James x Eastham & Thomas Gregson, 18 Sep 1809

William x Chadburn & Jane x Eastham, botp, by banns, itpo H. Dewhurst & Thos: Gregson

Edward x Eastham & Elizabeth Harwood, botp, by banns, itpo Richard x Ashton & Thos: Gregson, 7 Jun 1813

Robert x Eastham & Elizabeth x Poulton, botp, by banns itpo Thomas x Turner & Thos: Gregson, 28 Jun 1814

Richard x Turner & Alice x Eastham, botp, by banns, itpo John Brown & Thomas Gregson, 4 Jul 1814

Richard Hummer of p. of Preston, yeo & Elizabeth Eastham, sp, otp, by lic, itpo Edmund Eccles & Elling Eastham, 12 Sep 1814

John x Eastham & Susanna x Waddington, botp, by banns, itpo John x Jackson & Thos: Gregson, 6 Jan 1815

Thomas x Harwood & Jane x Eastham, botp, by banns, itpo John Hitchin & Thomas Gregson 6 Feb 1815

Edward Hesmondhalgh & Ellen Eastham, botp, by lic, itpo R. Dewhurst & Thos: Gregson, 7 May 1815

Richard Leeming & Hannah x Eastham, botp, by banns, itpo John Hacking & Thos: Gregson, 21 Aug 1815

Thomas Riding, weaver & Ann x Eastham sp, botp, by banns, itpo Thomas x Watson & Thos: Gregson, 6 May 1816

Thomas x Eastham & Jane x Harwood, botp, by banns, itpo John x Leeming & Thos: Gregson, 12 Jun 1816

John Swarbrick & Ellen (signs Elling) Eastham, botp, by lic, itpo Richard Hummer & Thos: Gregson, 27 Oct 1817

Robert Hothersall & Margaret Eastham, botp, by lic, itpo Richard Hummer & Thos: Gregson, 27 Nov 1817

John x Eastham & Mary x Carter, botp, by banns, itpo Thomas x Wilkinson, Thos: Gregson, John Shuttleworth & Mary Helm, 12 Oct 1818

Roger x Eastham & Margaret Ogden, botp, by banns, itpo Thomas x Lord & Thos: Gregson, 2 Aug 1819

William Eastham & Margaret x Lakeland, botp, by banns, itpo Edward Duckworth & Thos: Gregson, 9 Aug 1819

Edmund Eastham & Ann x Eccles, botp, by banns, itpo John Eastham & Thos: Gregson, 18 Oct 1819

John Cutler, p. Blackburn & Alice x Eastham otp, by banns, itpo Joshua Hall & [Thos: Gregson], 14 Nov 1819

John x Barton & Jane x Eastham botp, by banns, itpo Matthew x Eatough & Thos: Gregson, 7 May 1821

Thomas x Ireland & Mary x Eastham, botp, by banns, itpo James Kay & John Gregson, 10 Jul 1821

Peter x Jump & Nancy Eastham, otp, by lic, itpo Michael Clarkson & Thos: Gregson, 2 Dec 1821

James x Astley & Nancy Eastham, botp, by banns, itpo Jas: Clayton & Thos: Gregson, 6 Jan 1822

Thomas x Rhodes & Mary x Eastham, botp, by banns, itpo Thos: Hall & Thos: Gregson, 15 Apr 1822

John Eastham & Ellen x Starkey, born Dilworth, by banns itpo Thomas Lamb & John Gregson, 25 Nov 1822

Edward x Ireland & Alice x Eastham of Dilworth, by banns, itpo James x Eastham & Thos: Gregson, 29 Feb 1824

George x Harwood otp & Grace x Eastham of Dutton, by banns, itpo Thomas Forrest & Thos: Gregson, 26 Jul 1824

Roger Eastham of Hothersall & Grace Walne of Dilworth by banns, itpo J. Wilcock & Thos: Gregson, 18 Nov 1824

Adam x Hodkinson & Elizabeth x Eastham botp, by banns, itpo John Eastham & Thos: Gregson, 25 Dec 1824

Henry x Eastham & Ann x Ainsworth, botp, by banns, itpo Joseph x Eastham & Robert Gregson, 7 Feb 1825

William Bibby & Isabella Eastham, botp, by banns, itpo Thos: Calbert & Thos: Gregson, 23 May 1825

James Kay & Ellen Eastham, botp, by lic, itpo George Eastham & Thos: Gregson, 29 Jul 1825

John Eastham & Mary Hothersall, botp, by lic, itpo George Eastham & Robert Gregson, 17 Nov 1825

Thomas Turner & Ellen x Eastham, bopt, by banns, itpo Robert Turner & Thos: Gregson, 21 Jan 1828

Thomas x Coupe & Alice x Eastham, botp, by banns, itpo William Coup & Thomas Gregson, 19 Feb 1828

Thurstan x Barton & Ellen X Eastham, botp, by banns, itpo John Kenyon & Thos: Gregson, 7 Apr 1828

John x Eastham & Jane x Ellison, botp, by banns, itpo John Sharples & Richd: x Eddleston, 21 Jun 1830

John x Eastham & Mary x Eastham, botp, by banns, itpo Henry x Houlden & Jane x Eastham, 2 May 1831

John x Hindle & Ellen x Eastham, botp, by banns, itpo Joseph Eastham & Alice x Melling, 26 Jun 1831

Henry x Eastham & Jane x Billington, botp, by banns, itpo Richard x Billington & Benjamin x Pickup, 2 Jun 1834

John Eastham & Dorothy Chippendale, botp, by lic, itpo Edmund Dewhurst & Ann Eastham, 8 Jul 1834

John Townley of Alston & Alice x Eastham, botp, by banns, itpo John Seed & Elizabeth Seed, 12 Aug 1834

Edmund Dewhurst & Ann Eastham, botp, by lic, itpo Thomas Dewhurst & Ann Gildert, 2 Sep 1834

James x Eastham & Jane x Berry, botp, by banns, itpo Joseph Eastham & Ann Berry, 22 Sep 1834

John Rawcliffe & Jane x Eastham, botp, by banns, itpo Ralph Mason & Ann x Eastham, 27 Jul 1834

Richard x Eastham & Elizabeth x Ward, botp, by banns, itpo George Ward & Joseph Eastham, 23 Oct 1834

Thomas x Bradshaw & Margaret x Eastham, botp, by banns, itpo Edmund Rigby & Margaret Bradshaw, 21 Feb 1835

William x Garner & Ann x Eastham, botp, by banns, itpo James x Eastham & Dina x Coates, 4 May 1835

Alexander x Dolphin & Ann x Eastham, botp, by banns, itpo John x Eastham & Hannah Dolphin, 26 Nov 1836

 

5.8 Eastham Burials at Ribchester

From 1813 the cover is systematic but similar search is needed full to cover 1754 to 1812

Robart s. Thomas Eastham, yeaman de Rib: 5 Dec 1756
William Eastham, bachler de Rib: 9 Jul 1757
A child of Edmund Eastham’s from Alston, 1 Aug 1759
Evan s. John Eastham of Alston, 23 Oct 1760
Ann Eastham, of Rib: widow, 10 Jan 1762
Elizabeth d. Jno: & Anne Eastham of Huthersall, 13 Jan 1766
Ann w. Thomas Eastham of Rib: 14 Feb 1767
Roger s. Henry Eastham of Rib: 1 Aug 1768
James s. Henry Eastham of Rib: 12 Dec 1769

 

Ralph s. of Edward Eastham of Blackburn, 28 July 1814, aged 12
Hannah d. of Bridget Eastham of Ribchester, 21 Jan 1815, aged 1
Bridget d. of Evan & Mary Eastham of Ribchester, 4 Nov 1816, aged 24
Henry s. of Thomas Eastham of Dilwoth, papist, 5 Mar 1820, aged 16
Ann d. of Thomas Eastham of Chipping, 6 May 1820, aged 8 months
Edmund Eastham of Mellor, Parish of Blackburn, 11 Aug 1822, aged 7
Hugh Eastham of Mellor, 10 Feb 1824, aged 36
Richard s. of John & Mary Eastham of Ribchester, papist, 19 March 1824 aged 3 weeks
John Eastham of Green Moor Lane 15 March 1831 aged 74
Ann Eastham of Ribchester, 1 May 1832 aged 63
James Eastham of Fleet St. Lane, 31 Dec 1833, infant
Elizabeth Eastham of Alston, 12 Apr 1835, aged 1.
Joseph Eastham of Fleet St. Lane, 31 May 1835, inf.
Evan Eastham, of the Workhouse, 8 March 1836, aged 77
Margaret Eastham of Dutton, 19 May 1836 aged 4
Mary Eastham of Dutton, an infant, 13 Apr 1837
Mary Eastham of Green Moor Lane, 10 Mar 1837, aged 78
John Eastham of Ribchester, 7 Mar 1840, aged 37.
Thomas Eastham of Dilworth, 19 Apr 1842, aged 76  (should be in 1841 census)
Isabella Eastham of Ribchester, 31 Mar 1843, aged 77.
Margaret Eastham of Dilworth, 30 Apr 1843 aged 76
Elizabeth Eastham of Alston, infant, 14 Jan 1848
Margaret Eastham of Fleet St. Lane, 29 Dec 1850 aged 55
Bridget Eastham of Ribchester, 27 July 1851 aged 27
James Eastham of Dutton, 27 Feb 1853 aged 14.
John Eastham of Ribchester, 26 Feb 1854, aged 63
Peggy Eastham of Livesey, infant, 7 Sept 1856
Roger Eastham of Dilworth, 30 Dec 1857, aged 63
Susanna Eastham of Alston, 11 Sept 1859 aged 31
Isabella Eastham of Ewood, Lower Darwen, 19 Feb 1860 aged 27.
Isabella Eastham of Wilpshire, infant 25 Mar 1860
Jane Eastham of Ewood, Lower Darwen, 15 Apr 1860 aged 5
William Eastham of Dutton, 9 Feb 1862 aged 66
Elizabeth Eastham of Dutton, 19 May 1862 aged 4
Thomas Eastham of Gri***argh, 7 Feb 1865 aged 6
Susannah Eastham of Blackburn, 9 June 1865 aged 77.
Margaret Eastham of Dutton, 10 Dec 1871 aged 70
Susanna Eastham of Blacburn, 27 Mar 1872, aged 10
Ann Eastham of Blackburn, 11 Apr 1873, aged 53
Roger Eastham of Ribchester, 12 May 1876, aged 78
John Eastham of the Workhouse, 11 Dec 1877 aged 66
Catherine Eastham of Newrow, 6 Apr 1878, aged 57
Elizabeth Eastham of Blackburn, 28 Apr 1880, aged 58
Thomas Eastham of Fulwood, 1 Feb 1883 aged 61
Richard Eastham of the Workhouse, Ribchester, 4 Aug 1888, aged 61

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