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red mail Kitchen family-War Memorial
I am related to the Kitchens from Burstwick and have two on the War Memorial.There are three more WW2 Kitchen's that I cannot trace or find on the normal sites.Any help would be great, they are A Kitchen,G Kitchen and R Kitchen. Any Ideas?
red mail Stephenson search
Seeking info on Obadiah Stephenson, married in Burstwich church (recorded). His birth is assumed to be in 1708 in Burstwick but we can find no record. He is the earliest recorded Stephenson I can find. Looking wider afield for any Obadiahs please to carry on the search. Thanks jim
red mail War Memorial
Looking for a good picture of the Burstwick War Memorial .. Interested in the Kitchen family who have 3 names on memorial
red mail Postill family
looking for Ann 1817 and Mary 1823 Postill. Mary married Thomas Maltby 1846
Watts
I am seeking any information of an Elizabeth born 1776 who married a Watts who was possibly from Paull or the near area. Their son married a Mary born c1821, again from the area. They(Elizabeth/Watts) had a grandson George Watts born 1856 in Paull
ELGEY
William ELGEY was the schoolmaster of Burstwick. 1851-1881 He married Elizabeth CLIFFORD 1850 in Driffield She was born 1819 Wansford or Hutton Cranswick Children Frederick Elgey Clifford ELGEY John Thomas ELGEY who married Betsey ANDREW of Swanland, my gt grandpaents daughter. Alice A ELGEY Ann Elizabeth ELGEY Robert ELGEY He married secondly Mary Ann TIPLADY b Rimswell 1829
red mail Skeckling with Burstwick
David Collinson was bap. here 26/06/1825 son of Martha and William Collinson . He became a fisherman and had a daughter and son Elizabeth Ann and William. I believe he married Elizabeth Clark in Scarborough Dec 1847.Any descendants still from this Tree? Anne
red mail Dalton and Harman
I descend from William Dalton (baptised 14 June 1837 in Burstwick) and Hannah Harman (baptised 29 Apr 1832 in Patrington). They had three daughters, Fanny (1867), Mary (1869) and Betsy ( 1871) the latter two died young, while Fanny married William Robinson of Norton in 1885. I would love to find information about the marriage of William Dalton and Hanna Harman (I guess about 1865) or from any descendants.


 
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