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Looking for Constance Annie Dalston-Ewbanke of Borrenthwaite Stainmore Westmorland

Constance could be a relative but I can't find any evidence to confirm or deny it.

She was born in the 4th quarter of 1892 to George William Dalston and Mary Ann Annas Ravensworth Ewbanke.

She married first John Thompson in the second quarter of 1917 and secondly William Owen Edward Croxall on November 14 1933 in Lancaster. She was living at Sea View Nether Kellet at that time.

Other than censuses I can find no other reference to her anywhere, including her death.

Can anyone help with any information?

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Looking for Dalston-Ewbanke of Borrenthwaite & Borren House Stainmore Westmorland England

Im trying to find any information which will help me prove whether Constance Annie Dalston-Ewbanke is my paternal grandmother.

She was born in the 4th quarter of 1892 to Dr George William Dalston-Ewbanke (previously Dalston) and Mary Ann Annan Ravensworth Ewbanke in Stainmore Westmorland. The family lived at Borrenthwaite. She married, first John Thompson in the second quarter of 1917, divorced him later and then married William Owen Edward Croxall Evans on November 14 1933 in Lancaster. At that time she was living at Sea View Nether Kellet.

Other than the birth, marriages and two census records Ive found nothing else about her life.

The records Ive found sometimes use Dalston-Ewbanke or D Ewbanke, sometimes Ewbanke or Ewbank.

By the way she had a brother George Michael Dalston-Ewbanke, born in 1891, died on 29/7/1963. The only references to him Ive found are in the London Gazette and a donation given by his estate to Royal College of Surgeons of England in January 1966.

A Barnard Castle solicitor J (John) Ingram Dawson is woven into my family history trail. His autobiography is titled The Reminiscences of a Rascally Lawyer.

Any information about her would be greatly appreciated.

Brian Reid

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