Whitehaven, Cumbria, England. This is from post cards. The harbor is at the top.


This is at Whitehaven. It is on a hill overlooking the harbor. It is called Fan House of Duke Pit. It is over a coal mine that goes out under the sea. I think this is where they got air.





This is St. Nicholas Church in Whitehaven. It was destroyed by fire and they now use this as a Tea shop and sort of museum. They have wall plaques stating Mildred Warner Washington Gale, d: 1700, grandmother of George Washington and wife of George Gale is buried here. Their daughter Mildred Gale b: 1700 is also buried here.


This is the plaque (Tablet) in St. Nicholas Church for Mildred Warner. It has been moved inside the church, not at the grave site.




Tombstone of Eli Inman, b:9/27/1793, Ohio, d:9/19/1870 LaGrand, Iowa. My Great, Great, Grandfather.


The Most Honorable Alton Rogers, Manvel Citizens Advisory representative pays a visit to Mrs. Pickering, Lord Mayor of Whitehaven


Picture of Whitehaven, Md., where George Gale, my 5th G. Grdfather landed in the Colonies in 1690. Photographer unknown. Picture taken about 1945.


George Gale's Home on Monie Creek, near Princess Anne, Md.
George was the first of our ancestors to come to the Colonies.