The ship's size lends itself to an amiable onboard atmosphere as well.
The bulk of the tables in both Discoveries Restaurant and the buffet are designed for two people but pushed close enough together that mealtime conversations across tables are a common occurrence.
Wadby/Waudby I am looking for a Robert Wadby or Waudby born in 1801 and married Sarah Tate in 1826. His son Thomas, born in 1829, married Susannah Schofield in 1854.
He may be from Cambridge and then he moved to Bradford. Submitted by: Jean Cartwright Address: 8 Hew Clews, Great Horton, Bradford BD7 4RF email: [email protected] I am looking for information on my great-grandfather William Waddington born at Kirkstall – he became a forgeman there.
He came from Hainworth, a tiny hamlet above Keighley though in the more distant Bingley parish then.
I am trying to confirm that his parents were William Waddington born 1771 and Sarah Moore (info passed onto me) but am finding it tricky to source using parish records.
I believe they were Wesleyan or Baptist so they may have been baptised/worshipped outside the main Keighley churches.
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