Last week I posted a photo of Maud Weatherald (1866-1882) from Goderich, Huron County, Ontario. I found two other identified cdvs in the same careless pile of photographs at the antique store. This one was marked "Mr. Marwood. Thos. Weatherald's Uncle." The photo was taken by D. Campbell in Goderich, Ontario.
Having looked into the life of Maud Weatherald I knew that her father's name was Thomas Weatherald born 1834 in England. I found one Thomas Weatherald b. 1834, Yorkshire in the England census for 1841, living with his parents Thomas and Ann Weatherald. I found their marriage record from 21 Jul 1831 which lists Ann's maiden name as Marwood.
I found Ann Marwood on Familysearch.org in the England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975, born 12 December 1797 in Whitby, Yorkshire, daughter of Matthew and Jane Marwood. I then went in search of Ann's siblings. She had two full brothers: Isaac Marwood, b. 1796 and John Marwood, b.1793. I believe she also had two half brothers since Matthew Marwood seems to have married a second time in 1803 to Ann Gray. They had two sons together: Matthew Marwood, b. 1804 and George, b. 1806.
As I mentioned earlier I found two additional cdvs at the shop. The second is a photo marked "John Marwood," taken in Liverpool at the Vandyke and Brown Studio.
Both cdvs are likely from the 1860s. I am guessing that the first photograph is of Isaac Marwood, b. 1796, but there's a chance it could be Matthew or George Marwood as well. The second image is probably John Marwood, b. 1793.
UPDATE September 17, 2014: All of the Weatherald/West/Marwood family photos have been reunited with a direct descendant in Saskatchewan.
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