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red mail SAWYER of YARM
My 4x great grandfather was SAWYER SPENCE, born in Yarm 1749. I am trying to establish where his first name of 'Sawyer' came from. His mother was Elizabeth (nee Butterwick), and her mother was Elizabeth (nee Knowles) so I wonder if this came from the SPENCE side? If you have any connection there is a lot we can share on this. Polly
red mail BUTTERWICK of Yarm
Elizabeth Butterwick married Thomas Spence in Yarm in 1748. Their son was SAWYER SPENCE, later a lead merchant in London area. Would like to know more about the Butterwick family. If this is your's maybe we could exchange info? Polly
red mail Ralph Goldsborough
looking for info on Ralph Goldsborough born about 1774 in Yarm North Yorkshire he was a Joiner by trade came to live in Bishopton and married Hannah Judson in1796 had a son william
red mail HONEYMAN family of Hutton Rudby
Trying to piece together family connections of my great grandmother Mary or Mary Ann who was born in Hutton about 1860. I know some Honeymans moved from Hutton Rudby to a more populated Yarm. They had butchery and grocery shops. As an old woman Mary lived at #1,Bridge Street. There was a relative named Tom who also lived in that street and also an Olive who lived in Yarm. Possible connections with the Ketton Ox pub. Mary Ann lived in south London for a few years where most of her children (surname- Whitehead)were born. William or Thomas Whitehead was an engineer and 30 years older.(Do not know if they actually married-suspect there's a tale to be told.) Eventually, the whole family relocated to 64, High Street,Yarm where the youngest son ?? Robert Whitehead was born in 1890. They are there in the 1891 census. Would like to know WHO Mary was connected to in Hutton.
red mail Coatsworth and Musgrave of Yarm c1800
David Coatsworth was a farmer at Yarm about 1800, wife Jane nee Musgrave. He had three sons baptised at nearby Kirk Leavington in the 1780s, before daughter Mary born about 1790. Baptism of Mary and another child Ralph not yet found. Related family John Musgrave farmer of Yarm and Margaret Richardson. Any information welcome.
red mail Doughty
Harriet Doughty married Charles Rowntree. Would like to know more. Can share what little information I have. Could you be any relation?
red mail Hillcrest farm aislby
I am tracing my family history and believe that my grandfather Arthur Howe owned this farm which he rented out to his brother Louis Howe. I think the farm was a poultry farm, has anyone any history of this farm? thankyou
red mail Howe, Arthur, Louis, their father Alfred and mother Elizabeth Cottee
I am searching for any details for this family. I know that Alfred and Elizabeth lived in eaglescliff around the time of the 2WW.I believe Alfred left Elizabeth and moved to Harrogate. Arthur owned a farm on the outskirts of yarm and he rented this to his brother Louis. Arthur was a travelling bookmaker, he had two children who used to stay both at the farm and with his parents at eaglescliffe, in fact they were evacuated their from harrogate during the war. Louis was married to a french lady and had an affair and later married the wife of one of the pubs landlords in yarm her name was mildred. Any info would be much appreciated. Thankyou.
red mail Mary Dawson/Backhouse Wilson
Am looking for any information on Mary Dawson born Yarm 1767 and Backhouse Wilson who married Yarm 1788. Backhouse the son of Joseph Wilson and Margaret Bell was born Caldbeck 1756.
red mail George Rutter
Looking for my g.g.g.grandfather George Rutter.born in Yarm,nth.yorks.1756/ Honor Rutter.Can anyone help. Bob.

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