THE I’ANSONS OF WHITEHAVEN.
FRANCIS I’ANSON, of Bellerby, near Leyburn, was born at Ellerton Abbey,
near Reeth, and married Anne . . . . . ., of Barden. Both are interred
They had two children.
JOHN, born in 1774. Of whom presently.
Mary. Married W. Thurlby, and had three sons.
JOHN I’ANSON (son of Francis I’Anson of Bellarby, by Anne, his wife), was
born in 1774. Married Sarah M. Davis, of Hartlebury, by whom he had five
children, two sons and three daughters.
John, born in 1815. Married Edith Gillespie, and is believed to have emigrated
THOMAS FRANCIS, born in 1825. Of whom presently.
THOMAS FRANCIS I’ANSON, of Whitehaven (younger son of John I’Anson and
Sarah M. Davis), born 1825; died 1898. He studied at St. George’s Hospital
and on the Continent. He was, in 1846, admitted to the Royal College of
Surgeons, and Licentiate of the Royal College of apothecaries, 1848; M.D.,
King’s College, Aberdeen; and, after a lapse of twenty years, Licentiate
of the College of Physicians, London. Was perpetual Vice-President of the
Cumberland and Westmoreland branch of the British Medical Association.
Author of Résumé of the Progress of Medicine, 1868-9.
He was also F.R.H.S., and J.P. for Cumberland.
Isabella, died young.
Sarah, Maried W. Thurlby.
He married Arabella Welby, one of the Welby family, of lincolnshire
(see account in later chapter), and by her had six children, four sons
and two daughters.
Frank Welby, died young.
Welby, at one time in practice with his father at Whitehaven, and now residing
at Dunsaudle, Ashtead, Epsom.
Frank Leonard, now living at Corkickle House, Whitehaven.
Elizabeth Doughty, died, s.p.