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County town: York
Major towns:
North Riding - Northallerton, Middlesborough, Scarborough
East Riding - Beverley, Kingston upon Hull
West Riding - York, Wakefield, Leeds, Sheffield
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red mail Harold Garbutt
Looking for any details of this person moved to Middlesex in possibly the 1930s from Yorkshire.
Ogden Camp
I am trying to find out if there was a camp called Ogden Camp (Army or P.O.W.) in Yorkshire during World War 11. My Mother-in-Law worked there in the Naafi during the war. I am not sure if she has the correct name of the camp.
I am seeking any information about a Jonas Hinchcliffe/Hinchcliff, born about 1804 in Yorkshire and who arrived in New South Wales, Australia in 1830 on the ship "Florentia". He married a Sarah Lamb in Goulburn New South Wales and had four children. They lived in Braidwood, New South Wales. Jonas may have spent some time in Manchester before leaving England. The family also spent time in Majors Creek and Araluen, New South Wales, Australia. Can anyone help me with more information about Jonas please?
red mail Bayldon
Seeking information about BAYLDON family, especially the family of William Edward Bayldon (1818-1900) who emigrated to Australia.
red mail help needed
looking for a link for the Bucktin / o'neill family in york or surrounding area, possible link to the skaife family
red mail York Linen weaver
Any information about the Horsman family from York would be appreciated
red mail Magson/Megson, Braven(d)er and Outhet: Beverley, Irton & Scarborough
I'm trying to disentangle a branch of my family which is complicated with multiple generations of bastardy. I have an Ellen Outhet/Outhwaite, later Mrs Jackson (c. 1810-65), from Irton, who had several children before marriage, apparently with a married man called William Braven(d)er. Some of these children, notably John, Jane and Ada, also use the Megson/Magson surname, and in the 1841 census, some of the children (Mary Ann and Ellen Outhet and a Jane Mexon) are staying with an old lady, Mary Mexon (sic) at Owen's Yard in Scarborough. A Mary Authwaite (sic) m. Thomas Magson in Seamer in 1817, but it's unclear if this is the same Mary or a younger one. They are clearly all closely connected as Ada and her half-sister Hannah Jackson visited Jane and her partner (later husband) William Lee in Whitby in 1861. Jane married William using Outhwaite as her surname, in 1877. There are also close family ties (in witnessing a wedding) with a Lavinia Megson/Magson (later Mrs Smith, c. 1826-1900), daughter of Thomas. She seems to have been born in Beverley, but I can't find a baptism. I note also in 1841 in Allerston a Mary Magson living in the household of an Isaac Braven(d)er.
Bank Top Colliery Barnsley
I am looking for the exact location of Bank Top Colliery which was in the Mount Vernon Road area of Barnsley. Map Reference ,Old Photographs etc. would be of interest.
Trying to trace a Susan M Carman who married Charles G Smith in 1972 . Susan was born in 1950 in Spen Valley father Anton Carman , mother Mary Bradshaw Many thanks Barbara
red mail Hubbard/Crooks
Looking for info on Albert John Hubbard 1884-1945 (carpenter) son of Frederick & Ellen of Wolverhampton, wife Nellie Crooks 1880-1930? daughter of George Crooks of Lincolnshire. They were living in Hull. Need look up of 1911 census. Also according to Albert's death cert widow was E. Hubbard. Any info on 2nd wife would be helpful. Linda

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