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the first times a black slave was permitted to share a white persons
burial plot in England happened in Whitehaven in 1700. And the Whitehaven
burial in St Nicholas churchyard, of the slave called Jane, was in
defiance of the then law stating that no African could be buried in a churchyard.
The burial was that of the slave servant of Mildred Gale, grandmother of
the first US president, George Washington. More.....
Setting Sail out of Whitehaven
Before the days of SatNav Whitehaven seamen set out at the mercy of the winds and tides from Whitehaven....many of the ships and their skippers are recorded in this web archive... How the Queen Mum helped keep rare Slave Goblet in Whitehaven
Find out how Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother in 2002 made the anonymous gift...
How a Whitehaven seaman was involved in the famous Mutiny on the Bounty.find out more. TAKE A STROLL!
Take a guided walk around the town .....