LOSH FAMILY HISTORY

 

Background:  The surnames LOSH and ARLOSH are unique to Cumberland and, in particular, to the parishes surrounding Carlisle. It is difficult to be certain about the relationships of the members of the various families prior to the late Seventeenth Century since the early Parish Registers for St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle no longer exist. The following early members of the family have been traced:

 

1.     Rev Thomas Arlosh, M.A., was a Fellow of Queen’s College, Oxford in 1435. Edward Losh, D.D., M.A., was awarded his M.A. by Queen’s College, Oxford on 7 Feb 1508/09. Canon John Losh, B.D., M.A., was awarded his M.A. by Queen’s College, Oxford on 25 Feb 1523/24 and was Canon of Carlisle in 1542.

 

2.     Edward Arlosh the elder of Woodside, Brisco d. 1564 (Consistory Court of Carlisle will) having had issue: William, Thomas and John Arlosh. He also mentions Edward, Richard and Robert Arlosh but does not specify any relationship.

 

3.     Matthew Losh of Rattenrow d. 1580 and was buried at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle (Consistory Court of Carlisle will dated 11 Jul 1580 and proved 21 Oct 1580) having had issue: William and Randell Losh and Mabel Browne.

 

4.     William Losh died in 1599 (Consistory Court of Carlisle inventory dated 13 Jul 1599) having had issue: John Losh.

 

 

 

JOHN ARLOSH alias LOSH, yeoman, of Rattenrow in the parish of St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, Cumberland, m. MARGARET – . He d. 1637 (Consistory Court of Carlisle will dated 20 Nov 1636 and proved 19 Apr 1637) and she d. 1639 (Consistory Court of Carlisle will dated 2 Aug 1639 and proved 31 Aug 1639) having had issue:

 

1.     WILLIAM, of whom presently.

1.     Elizabeth, m. Mr. Feddon of Dalston, Cumberland and had issue.

2.     Agnes, m. John Studholme of Thursby, Cumberland, who d. 1657 having had issue. See STUDHOLME, Baronet – Burke’s Peerage.

3.     Margaret, m. Edward Railton and had issue.

4.     Cecilia, m. Robert Robinson and had issue.

5.     Marian, m. 1stly Oct 1626 at St. Giles, Great Orton, Cumberland, John Robinson. She m. 2ndly Thomas Slack of Burnthwaite.

 

WILLIAM LOSH of Woodside in the parish of St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, m. MARGARET, dau of HENRY CROOKBAIN. He d. 1667 (Consistory Court of Carlisle inventory dated 18 Oct 1667) and she d. 1670 (Consistory Court of Carlisle will dated 15 Apr 1670 and proved 4 Jun 1670) having had issue:

 

1.     William, of Woodside, b. circa 1628, m. Mary – and d. 1705 (Consistory Court of Carlisle will dated 28 Nov 1705) having had issue:

a.     William, of Woodside, bapt 19 Apr 1686 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, m. 1 May 1707 at Hesket-in-the-Forest, Cumberland, Margaret, dau of John Browne of Mellguards. He d. 1751 and she d. 1756 having had issue:

1.     Rev William, B.A., Chaplain to the Duchess of Gordon, b. circa 1709, matriculated Queen’s College, Oxford, aged 16, on 11 Oct 1725, d. unmarried 31 Aug 1733 of smallpox at Gordon Castle.

2.     John, ‘the Big Black Squire’, of Woodside, b. circa 1723, m. 1 Nov 1755 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, Catherine, bapt 25 Sep 1729 at Burgh-by-Sands, Cumberland, dau of John Liddell of Moorhouse, Burgh-by-Sands. She was buried at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle on 9 Apr 1789 and he was buried at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle on 13 Apr 1789 having had issue:

a.     John, partner in the Walker Alkali Works, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, High Sheriff of Cumberland in 1811, Provincial Grand Master for Cumberland, bapt 29 Mar 1757 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, educ Sedburgh, Trinity Hall, Cambridge, admitted to the Middle Temple on 1 Apr 1775, m. 20 Dec 1784 at Boldon, Isabella, dau of Thomas Bonner of Callerton Hall, near Newcastle. She d. 7 Oct 1799, aged 33, and he d. 31 Mar 1814 and they were both buried at Wreay having had issue:

1.     John, who was buried at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, aged 5 weeks, on 17 Jan 1787.

2.     Joseph, b. circa 1789, d. 17 Jan 1848 and was buried at Wreay, aged 59, on 21 Jan 1848.

1.    Sarah, amateur architect, who rebuilt St. Mary’s Church, Wreay in 1840-42 and also built the Village School and other buildings in the village, b. 1 Jan 1786 at Woodside, bapt 6 Jan 1786 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, d. unmarried 29 Mar 1853 at Woodside and was buried at Wreay. See Modern English Biography by Frederic Boase.

2.     Katherine Isabella, bapt 11 Feb 1788 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, d. unmarried and was buried at Wreay on 26 Feb 1835.

b.     William, bapt 23 Aug 1758 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, died after a fall from a tree and was buried at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle on 5 Apr 1768.

c.     Joseph, Lieutenant, 7th Dragoon Guards, bapt 30 May 1760 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, d. 16 Jul 1784 and was buried at St. Mary de Crypt, Gloucester.

d.     James, M.A., of Jesmond Grove, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Recorder of Newcastle 1832-33, b. 10 Jun 1763 at Woodside, bapt 12 Jun 1763 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, educ Penrith, Sedburgh, Trinity College, Cambridge, admitted to Lincoln’s Inn on 16 Nov 1789, m. 1 Feb 1798 at Aldingham, Lancashire, Cecilia, dau of Rev Roger Baldwin, D.D., Rector of Aldingham, near Ulverston, Lancashire. He d. 23 Sep 1833 at Greta Bridge, Durham and was buried at Gosforth on 3 Oct 1833 and she lived later at the Grange, Cartmel and d. 1842 having had issue:

1.     James Henry, bapt 17 Dec 1799 at St. Andrew’s, Newcastle, d. 25 Feb 1800 and was buried at St. Nicholas, Gosforth on 27 Feb 1800.

2.     William Liddell, bapt 15 Sep 1802 at St. Andrew’s, Newcastle, d. 4 May 1803 and was buried at St. Nicholas, Gosforth on 6 May 1803.

3.     James, M.A., of Woodside, Judge of the County Courts in Northumberland 1853-58, Chairman of the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway, Alderman of Newcastle, bapt 21 Sep 1803 at St. Andrew’s, Newcastle, educ Durham Grammar School, Trinity College, Cambridge, admitted to Lincoln’s Inn on 6 Nov 1824, d. 1 Oct 1858 at 28 Clayton Street West, Newcastle. See Modern English Biography by Frederic Boase.

4.     Baldwin, of Jesmond Lodge, Winton, Ryde, Isle of Wight, Lieutenant, 23rd Fusiliers, retired from the Army in 1833, bapt 7 Apr 1805 at St. Andrew’s, Newcastle, m. 31 Jul 1856 at Old Church, St. Pancras, Gertrude Jane Harding. He d. 18 Feb 1887 at Ryde and she d.s.p. 17 Oct 1908 at Jesmond, Ryde (Will dated 25 Oct 1889 and proved 23 Dec 1908).

5.     John Joseph, Lieutenant Colonel, 42nd Madras Native Infantry, Military Auditor of   Madras, b. 30 Mar 1806, bapt 20 Aug 1806 at St. Andrew’s, Newcastle, educ Durham Grammar School, Queen’s College, Cambridge, served Ava 1824-26, Coorg 1834, d. 12 Mar 1862 at Wreay Syke and was buried at Wreay.

6.     Robert Henry of Langarth, bapt 8 Sep 1808 at St. Andrew’s, Newcastle, d. 7 Nov 1867 at Langarth Cottage, Brisco and was buried at Wreay.

7.     William Septimus, of Woodside, bapt 16 Mar 1810 at St. Andrew’s, Newcastle, m. 21 May 1831 at the British Embassy Chapel, Paris, his first cousin, Sarah Spencer, dau of George Losh (see below). She d. 1883 and he d. 24 Sep 1888 at Woodside and they were both buried at Wreay having had issue:

a.     Rev James (later Arlosh), M.A., J.P., Vicar of Ponsonby and St. Bridget’s, Cumberland, later of 8 Bradmore Road, Oxford, b. 1834, educ Durham University, m. 8 Feb 1859 at Wreay, Isabella, dau of Captain Thomas Benn, R.N. He d. 7 Jul 1904 and    she d. 22 Jul 1904 having had issue:

1.     Godfrey William Liddell, b. 9 Mar 1870 at Clarence House, Southsea, Hampshire, bapt 12 Apr 1870 at Wreay, educ Eton, Brasenose College, Oxford and d. unmarried 1 Jul 1890.

1.     Cecilia Isabella, bapt 30 Sep 1801 at St. Andrew’s, Newcastle, m. 29 Jul 1820 at St. Andrew’s, Newcastle, her first cousin, William Gale, J.P., of Bardsea Hall, Ulverston, son of Lieutenant General Henry Richmond Gale and his wife Sarah, dau of Rev Roger Baldwin, D.D. (see above). He d. 30 Nov 1865 and she d. 29 Sep 1866 having had issue: 4 sons and 3 daus. See GALE of BARDSEA HALL – Burke’s Landed Gentry 1921 Edition.

2.     Margaret Catherine, b. 12 Apr 1813 at Jesmond, m. 1836 at Cartmel, Lancashire, Edmund Townley.

3.     Jemima Christopher, m. 20 Apr 1841 at Cartmel, Lancashire, Richard Blomley Postlethwaite and had issue.

e.     Thomas (twin), bapt 24 Feb 1766 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, buried at Hesket-in-the-Forest on 11 Mar 1766.

f.      George (twin), of Saltwellside, Gateshead, County Durham, merchant and manufacturer, with iron works at Balgonie, Fife and Rouen, lived in France for a long period, bapt 24 Feb 1766 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, m. 28 Nov 1796 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, Frances, dau of Joseph Wilkinson of Carlisle. She was buried in Paris on 26 Jan 1828 and he d. 3 Apr 1846 at Low Heaton having had issue:

1.     Mary Alice, bapt 18 Mar 1798 at Gateshead, m. 13 Dec 1817 at the British Embassy Chapel, Paris, James Kemmis, M.A., of Derry with Meelick, Queen’s Co., Ireland and Choisy, near Paris, fourth son of Thomas Kemmis, J.P., solicitor, of Jervis Street, Dublin and his wife Anne, dau of Henry White. See KEMMIS of HANGER – Burke’s Landed Gentry 1969 Edition. He d. Jul 1840 and she d. 31 Dec 1875 and was buried at Wreay having had issue.

2.     Frances Elizabeth, bapt 26 Apr 1799 at Gateshead, m. 29 Jul 1820 at St. Andrew’s, Newcastle, Francis Coleridge Hutchinson, M.D., of Douglas, Isle of Man, son of Captain William Charles Hutchinson, Bengal Artillery, and his wife Cecily (née Lambert). He d. 6 Oct 1863 at Brisco and she d. 22 Nov 1878 at The Cottage, Brisco and they were both buried at Wreay having had issue: 3 sons and 8 daus.

3.     Margaret Alicia, of Ravenside, near Carlisle, d. unmarried 20 Mar 1872 at Abbotsleigh, Upper Norwood (Administration dated 14 Jun 1872).

4.     Sarah Spencer, b. circa 1809, m. 21 May 1831 at the British Embassy Chapel, Paris, her first cousin, William Septimus Losh and had issue (see above).

5.     Georgina Cecilia Thomasina, m. 2 Jul 1834 at the British Embassy Chapel, Paris, Major Thomas Cussans, 94th Foot, son of James Cussans of Amity Hall, Jamaica, Member of the Jamaica Assembly, and his wife Catherine, dau of Admiral Francis Holburne, M.P., Governor of Greenwich Hospital. See CUSSANS of AMITY HALL – Burke’s Landed Gentry 1969 Edition. He d. 22 Aug 1855 at Le Havre and she d.s.p. 1857.

g.     Robert (twin), bapt 16 Feb 1768 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, d. unmarried 27 Oct 1787 in Pilgrim Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

h.     William, of Point Pleasant, Northumberland, manager of Walker Alkali Works, Newcastle, Consul for Sweden and Prussia in Newcastle, bapt 26 Jun 1771 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, educ Hamburg, trained in Newcastle, Sweden and France, joined his brother John and the Earl of Dundonald in the development of alkali manufacture at Walker, helped found the firm of Messrs. Losh, Wilson & Bell, m. 1 Mar 1798 at Gateshead, Alice, dau of Joseph Wilkinson of Carlisle.    She d. 31 Jan 1859 at Ellison Place, Newcastle and he d. 4 Aug 1861 at Ellison Place, Newcastle having had issue:

1.     John, d. 16 Apr 1800, aged 9 months, and was buried at St. Nicholas, Gosforth on 18 Apr 1800.

1.     Alice, bapt 12 Oct 1802 at St. Andrew’s, Newcastle, m. 1 Aug 1822 at St. Peter’s, Wallsend, James Crosby Anderson, third son of John Anderson and his wife Hannah, dau of James King of Newcastle. See ANDERSON of JESMOND HOUSE – Burke’s Landed Gentry 1863 Edition. He d. 1837 having had issue and she m. 2ndly Mr. Player and d. circa 1858 having had further issue.

2.     Margaret, b. 30 Jul 1803, bapt 28 Jul 1818 at St. Peter’s, Wallsend, m. 2 Mar 1822 at St. Peter’s, Wallsend, her first cousin, Spencer , thirteenth laird of Penkill Castle, Girvan, Ayrshire, elder son of Spencer Boyd of Penkill and his wife Sarah, dau of Joseph Wilkinson of Carlisle. With assistance from William Losh, Spencer Boyd restored Penkill Castle and gave it strong associations with the Pre-Raphaelite movement. He d. 1827 having had issue and she m. 2ndly Rev Henry Mayhew of Torquay and d. circa 1858 having had further issue (who took the name Courtney in lieu of Mayhew).

a.     Margaret (twin), bapt 16 Feb 1768 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, d. unmarried 29 Dec 1845 and was buried at Wreay on 1 Jan 1846.

1.     Jane, bapt 10 Jul 1710 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle.

2.     Anne, m. 14 Aug 1735 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, William Parker and had issue: 3 sons and 3 daus.

3.     Margaret, bapt 27 Jul 1713 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, m. 7 Apr 1740 at Hesket-in-the-Forest, John Bell of Byarshall, Haltwhistle, Northumberland and had issue: 3 sons and 2 daus.

4.     Mary, bapt 30 Aug 1715 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle.

5.     Elizabeth, bapt 22 Sep 1718 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, m. 4 Oct 1744 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, Edmund Wilson of Brackenburgh, Hesket-in-the-Forest and had issue: 2 sons and 3 daus.

a.     Mary, buried at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle on 24 Mar 1674/75.

b.     Margaret, bapt 5 Jul 1674 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, d. young.

c.     Margaret, bapt 24 Jul 1687 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, living in 1705.

d.     Hannah, m. 17 Aug 1708 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, John Bell.

e.     Elizabeth, living in 1705.

      2.     ROBERT, of whom presently.

3.     Randell, of Gill Head in the parish of St. Mary’s, Carlisle, d. unmarried 1681/82 (Consistory Court of Carlisle will dated 16 Aug 1681 and proved 24 Mar 1681/82) and was buried at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle.

4.     Thomas, of Brisco, buried at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle on 10 May 1698.

5.     John, d. circa 1652.

1.     Ann, m. John Lowson of Holmehouse.

2.     Margaret, m. John Robson of Mossend.

3.     Frances, m. John Scott of Gill Head.

 

ROBERT LOSH, yeoman, of Netherton, near Carlisle, Cumberland, b. circa 1632 according to Exchequer Depositions by Commission Hilary No. 2 dated 17 Jan 1658/59, m. ANN – and was buried at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle on 7 Jan 1687/8 (Consistory Court of Carlisle will proved 4 Jan 1687/88) having had issue:

 

1.     THOMAS, of whom presently.

2.     John, living in 1687.

3.     Isaac, bapt 31 Oct 1675 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, living in 1687.

      4.     Jacob, of Netherton, who was buried at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle on 9 Jan 1719/20 having had issue:

a.     Ann, bapt 16 Sep 1712 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle.

1.     Mary, living in 1687.

2.     Ann, m. 13 Jul 1701 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, Joseph Haresceugh.

3.     Sarah, living in 1687.

 

THOMAS LOSH, yeoman, of Netherton, who was buried at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle in 1712 and whose widow was buried at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle on 12 Feb 1718/19 having had issue:

 

1.     ROBERT, of whom presently.

1.     Catherine, bapt 30 May 1697 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle.

 

ROBERT LOSH, yeoman, of Netherton, m. 1stly 21 Mar 1718/19 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, Ann Sewell of Blackwell, Cumberland and had issue:

 

1.     Martha, bapt 17 Oct 1720 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle.

2.     Hannah, bapt 2 Nov 1727 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, m. 11 Nov 1750 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, Jacob Backhouse of Carlisle.

 

He m. 2ndly 23 Oct 1731 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, MARY, b. 17 Jun 1698 at Newlands, Carleton, Cumberland, dau of THOMAS ROBLEY of Newlands and had further issue (Tutor and Guardian Agreement dated 26 Jan 1750/51):

 

1.     THOMAS, of whom presently.

2.     William, bapt 22 Jul 1734 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle.

3.     John, cotton printer and dyer, of Caldewgate, Carlisle, bapt 20 Mar 1737/38 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, m. 1stly 16 Mar 1760 at Wigton, Cumberland, Catherine, dau of John Harrison of Wigton. She was buried at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, aged 35, on 1 Jun 1773 having had issue:

a.     John, bapt 14 Aug 1760 at Wigton.

b.     Robert, bapt 4 Jun 1763 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle.

c.     Robert, bapt 23 Dec 1770 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, buried at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle on 23 Apr 1778.

a.     Mary, bapt 14 Dec 1761 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, buried at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle on 30 Jun 1767.

b.     Sarah, bapt 14 Nov 1764 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, buried at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle on 4 Dec 1766.

c.     Catherine, bapt 1 Jul 1766 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, m. 25 Dec 1793 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, Peter Gill.

d.     Sarah, bapt 11 Oct 1767 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, m. 14 Dec 1790 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, John Parker.

e.     Nanney, bapt 15 May 1769 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle.

f.      Martha, bapt 1 Mar 1772 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle.

He m. 2ndly Nov 1776 at St. Mary’s, Carlisle, Jane Watson and d. before 1794 having had further issue:

d.     William, calico printer, of Church Street, Caldewgate, Carlisle, bapt 12 Oct 1777 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, m. 22 Jan 1797 at St. Mary’s, Carlisle, Elizabeth Dixon and had issue:

1.     John, of Holly House, Sale, Cheshire, bapt 11 Jun 1797 at St. Mary’s, Carlisle, m. 18 Mar 1828 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, Jane Armstrong. He d.s.p. 16 Aug 1872 (Will dated 29 Jul 1870 and proved 11 Sep 1872) and she d. 31 Aug 1877.

2.     Thomas, bapt 30 Aug 1801 at St. Mary’s, Carlisle, m. 7 Feb 1826 at St. Mary’s, Carlisle, Ann, dau of James Stockbridge and his wife Sarah (née Losh). He d. before 1870 (and she m. 2ndly James Clarkson) having had issue:

a.     Elizabeth, bapt 30 Sep 1827 at St. Mary’s, Carlisle, m. Thomas Atkinson, grocer, of Carlisle.

b.     Sarah, bapt 10 Aug 1829 at St. Mary’s, Carlisle, m. 4 Sep 1851 at St. Mary’s, Carlisle, George Thorpe, hosier, of Carlisle and d. before 1870 having had issue.

c.     Mary Anne, of 5 Promenade des Anglais, Nice, bapt 2 Aug 1831 at St. Mary’s, Carlisle, m. Henry Eubank Crossby, M.D.

d.     Catherine, bapt 28 May 1833 at St. Mary’s, Carlisle, m. 24 Sep 1862 at St. Mary’s, Carlisle, John Thorpe of Sillott, near Carlisle.

e.     Jane Thomasina, bapt 3 Jan 1836 at St. Mary’s, Carlisle, m. Edward Kenworthy Dutton of Bramhall Park, Stockport, Cheshire.

3.     William, bapt 30 Oct 1803 at St. Mary’s, Carlisle.

4.     Dixon, of Holly Grove and later of Holly House, Sale, bapt 17 Jul 1808 at St. Mary’s, Carlisle, d. unmarried 18 Dec 1893 (Will dated 27 Apr 1891 and proved 17 Feb 1894).

5.     Watson, bapt 20 Jan 1816 at St. Mary’s, Carlisle.

6.     Watson, calico printer, of Baxenden House, Accrington, Lancashire, bapt 15 Jun 1817 at St. Mary’s, Carlisle, d. unmarried 17 Jun 1863.

1.     Mary, bapt 1 Jan 1801 at St. Mary’s, Carlisle.

2.     Jane, bapt 15 Jun 1806 at St. Mary’s, Carlisle.

3.     Elizabeth, bapt 5 Jun 1814 at St. Mary’s, Carlisle.

e.     Thomas, bapt 15 Jan 1779 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle.

f.      Thomas, bapt 13 Dec 1784 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, admitted to Carlisle Grammar School on 16 Jun 1794.

g.     Watson, dyer and weaver, of Rigg Street, Caldewgate, Rickergate, Broad Guards and Pattinson Lane, Carlisle, bapt 15 Feb 1789 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, m. Mary Jackson and d. 1851 having had issue:

1.     John, bapt 20 Sep 1829 at St. Mary’s, Carlisle, m. Mary Stewart and had issue:

a.     William, b. circa 1851.

b.     Robert, b. circa 1855.

c.     Thomas, b. circa 1859.

a.     Sarah, b. 17 Mar 1857 at Simpson’s Court, Caldewgate, Carlisle, who had natural issue:

1.     John, who had issue.

She m. 18 Apr 1886, Luke Anglezark.

2.     William, bapt 9 Jan 1831 at St. Mary’s, Carlisle.

3.     Thomas, weaver, b. circa 1839.

4.     Jackson, bapt 10 Mar 1844 at Holy Trinity, Carlisle, d. 1852.

5.     Watson, b. circa 1848.

1.     Ann, b. circa 1826.

2.     Jane, bapt 30 Mar 1834 at St. Mary’s, Carlisle.

3.     Elizabeth, weaver, bapt 6 Sep 1835 at St. Mary’s, Carlisle.

4.     Mary, bapt 3 Oct 1841 at St. Mary’s, Carlisle,

5.     Margaret, b. circa 1851.

g.     Jane, bapt 24 Sep 1780 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, buried at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, aged 6, on 7 Jul 1787.

h.     Elizabeth, bapt 5 May 1782 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle.

i.      Hannah, bapt 22 Apr 1787 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, buried at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle on 26 Aug 1788.

 

THOMAS LOSH, calico printer, founder of Losh & Co., of Damside and Eng Street, Carlisle and possibly of 3 St. Andrew’s Street, Edinburgh, bapt 28 Aug 1732 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, m. 20 Sep 1756 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, ANN, bapt 23 Dec 1731 at Great Orton, Cumberland, dau of WILLIAM NIXON of Bow in the parish of Orton and his wife JANE (née SETREE). See monumental inscription in St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle (family memorial). He d. 2 May 1811 (Consistory Court of Carlisle will dated 18 Jun 1810 and proved 11 May 1811) and she d. 2 Apr 1807, aged 76, having had issue:

 

1.     Robert, bapt 25 Jul 1757 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, buried at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle on 2 Nov 1758.

2.     Thomas, bapt 15 Mar 1761 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, buried at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle on 16 Nov 1762.

3.     Thomas, bapt 10 Apr 1763 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, admitted to Carlisle Grammar School on 6 Sep 1773 and d. 17 Apr 1817.

4.     William Nixon, bapt 1 Mar 1772 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, buried at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle on 24 Mar 1772.

1.     Jane, bapt 23 Jan 1759 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, m. 3 Jan 1781 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, Thomas Young. See monumental inscription in St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle (family memorial). He d. 15 Jan 1793, aged 39, and she d. 8 Dec 1841 (Consistory Court of Carlisle will dated 9 Oct 1841 and proved 4 Feb 1842) having had issue:

a.     Ann, bapt 22 Sep 1781 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, m. 17 Jun 1806 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, William Hodgson, D.L., J.P., Clerk of the Peace for Cumberland, son of William Hodgson and his wife Elizabeth (née Sturdy). He d. 12 Jan 1850 and she d. 22 Dec 1854 having had issue. See HODGSON late of HOUGHTON HOUSE – Burke’s Landed Gentry 1937 Edition.

b.     Jane, bapt 15 Oct 1783 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, m. 19 Jul 1809 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, Samuel Coleman.

c.     Sarah, bapt 26 Nov 1786 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, m. John Tandy, who d. before 1829 having had issue.

d.     Mary, bapt 10 Oct 1792 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, unmarried in 1837.

e.     Elizabeth, of Carlisle, bapt 10 Oct 1792 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, m. 25 Oct 1824 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, Christopher Wannop. He d. 1843 and she d. 1867 having had issue: 1 son and 2 daus.

2.     Mary, bapt 15 Aug 1764 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, buried at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle on 27 May 1767.

3.     ANN, of whom presently.

4.     Martha, bapt 29 Nov 1769 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, buried at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle on 24 Jul 1775.

5.     Mary, bapt 13 Sep 1773 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, m. 26 Jul 1798 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, Thomas Hutchinson, eldest son of William Hutchinson, woolstapler and Trustee of Bury Grammar School, of Bolton Street, Bury and his wife Mary, dau of John Heap of Bury. He was bapt 28 Jul 1774 at St. Joan’s, Bury, Lancashire, ran a successful wool trading business in Bury with his brother John, had a Grant of Arms from the College of Arms in 1819, helped establish Bury Savings Bank in 1822 and bought the Castle Mona Estate on the Isle of Man, later sold to Sir William Hillary.  She was buried at St. Joan’s, Bury on 17 Dec 1828 and he d. 1841 at Bath having had issue:

a.     Rev William, M.A., Rector of Checkley, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire 1839-78, b. 31 Jul 1799, bapt 22 Nov 1799 at St. Mary, Bury, educ Brasenose College, Oxford, m. 7 Mar 1827 at Walcot, Bath, Sarah, eldest dau of Captain Edward Mitchell of Castle Strange, Ireland and grand-dau of Alderman Wray of Hull. He d. 10 Feb 1878 at Checkley and she d. 1896 having had issue:

1.     William, b. 1831, d. unmarried 1851.

2.     John Heap, cotton broker with John H. Hutchinson & Co., of Liverpool, lived at 6 High Road North, Rock Ferry, Cheshire, b. 19 Aug 1833 at Chester, m. 27 Oct 1869 at Bebington, Fanny Elise, third dau of George Peploe Forwood of Liverpool. See FORWOOD, Baronet – Burke’s Peerage. He d. 25 Oct 1899 and she d. 11 Mar 1915 having had issue: 5 sons and 3 daus.

1.     Sarah, an artist in Italy, b. 1827, d. unmarried 1871.

2.     Mary, b. 1835, m. 30 Jun 1857 at Checkley, Robert Nicholl Byass, J.P., of Daylesford House, Gloucestershire, son of Robert Blake Byass of Neville Court, Tunbridge Wells. She d. 10 Jul 1879 at Daylesford having had issue. See BYASS, Baronet – Burke’s Peerage.

3.     Harriet Katheren, b. 1837, m. 1863, John Vincent Claud Rivaz, underwriter and insurance secretary, of The Old Court House, Over Knutsford, Cheshire. She d. before 1869 and he d. 20 May 1893, aged 62, having had issue: 1 dau.

4.     Elizabeth Anne, b. 1839, m. Thomas Howard Edwards.

5.     Mary Ann Taylor, of Checkley, Redhill, Surrey, b. 1843, m. 18 Jun 1868 at Checkley, Frederick Blackwood Hallowes, M.R.C.S., L.S.A., Fellow of the Obstetric Society (London), Member of the Council, Epsom College, President, South-Eastern Branch, B.M.A., second son of Price Blackwood Hallowes, F.R.C.S., Consultant Surgeon to Kent and Canterbury Hospital, and his wife Charlotte Harriet (née Bond). He d. 14 Nov 1896 and she d. 25 Jan 1941 having had issue: 3 sons and 1 dau.

b.     Thomas Losh, bapt 11 Jun 1801 at St. Mary, Bury.

c.     Thomas Frederick, bapt 5 Nov 1812 at St. Mary, Bury, m. 12 Dec 1849 at Braddan, Isle of Man, Elizabeth Drury. He d. 1882 and she d. 1889 having had issue:

1.     William Arthur, J.P., of The Groves and Snugborough, Isle of Man, Member of the House of Keys, Captain of the Parish of Marown, Isle of Man, bapt 12 May 1853 at Braddan, m. 1882, Margaret, second dau of Robert Paterson, J.P., of Rock Ferry and d. 23 Sep 1909 having had issue: 4 daus.

2.     Thomas Frederick, bapt 31 Jul 1860 at Braddan.

1.     Harriet, b. 1851, m. 1885, Alfred Clay.

2.     Mary Jane Losh, bapt 17 Nov 1857 at Braddan.

3.     Emily Marian, bapt 9 Aug 1864 at Braddan, m. 31 Mar 1883 at Braddan, Rev Robert Ernest Campbell.

a.     Mary Ann, b. 1805, m. Rev Frederick Ayckbowm, Rector of Holy Trinity, Chester 1825-62. See monumental inscription in Holy Trinity, Chester. She d. Oct 1842 at the baths of Biberich, Duchy of Nassau and he d. 23 Aug 1862 having had issue.

 

ANN LOSH, bapt 19 Aug 1767 at St. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle, m. 11 Oct 1787 (marriage contract dated 9 Aug 1788) in Edinburgh, ALEXANDER ALLAN, merchant and banker, of Hillside, Edinburgh and Glen, near Innerleithen, Peeblesshire, eldest son of WILLIAM ALLAN, candlemaker, of Prestonpans, East Lothian and his wife HELEN, dau of ALEXANDER COWAN, candlemaker, of Tranent. See Allan Family History. He was admitted as a burgess of Edinburgh on 8 Apr 1772 and a gild brother on 5 Apr 1775, founded Alexander Allan & Co. (Bankers) of 40 Princes Street and 126 High Street, Edinburgh circa 1776 and matriculated his Arms at the Court of the Lord Lyon on 20 Feb 1813. He had a town house at 20 Charlotte Square, Edinburgh, which was purchased from Major General Alexander Dixon of Mount Annan and a country estate at Glen, near Innerleithen, Peeblesshire, which was purchased from John Plenderleith for £10,500 in 1796 and sold to Sir Charles Tennant, ancestor of Lord Glenconner of Glen, for £33,140 in 1852. The Hillside Estate, consisting of a house with over 6 acres of land situated south and east of Calton Hill, Edinburgh was purchased from James Grant, merchant, of Edinburgh, on 20 Dec 1785. The land had originally been acquired from the Governors of George Heriot’s Hospital. The Hillside Estate was developed by William Henry Playfair as part of the second New Town of Edinburgh in 1821-23 and the family retained the feu duties and acquired the freehold of a number of houses in Hillside Crescent. He d. 11 Dec 1825 (P.C.C. will dated 4 Jan 1823 and proved 3 Aug 1826) at his house in Hillside Crescent, Edinburgh and she d. 10 Jul 1846 (Edinburgh will dated 7 Aug 1833 and proved 5 Jul 1847) and they were both buried in the Old Calton Burial Ground, Edinburgh in the plot purchased in Jan 1790 having had issue: 4 sons and 7 daus.