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red mail EMIGRATION FROM HULL 1829/30
Looking for information or publications of emigrants leaving Hull for Canada and/or the US in 1829/30. Apparently 1600 people went to Canada from there in 1830 because of a depression in Agriculture. Any information welcomed.
Three generations of Veterinarians lived and practised in the Keyingham area. A grandson Joseph went to Canada, abt. 1900 and practised in the Goderich area for years. WE are trying to determine if Joseph's father married a CLARK related to the Clarks of Keyingham's CLARK'S FANCY WAREHOUSE.
red mail Lamplugh/Lamplough Family
Am looking for any relations of William King Lamplugh and Beatrice Mercer who lived in Ottringham in the 1960's. They had a son Hugh Matthew who lived in Keyingham at some point. I would love to trace any family members.
red mail CLARK
Joseph Clark and Hannah Nicholson married in Keyingham in 1804, they had nine children before emigrating to Canada, but the daughters stayed in Keyingham or area, they were Sarah who married Edward Harrison in 1831, Elizabeth b. 1807 and Mary 1814. We know they are related in some way to Henry Clark who had a shop/newsagent CLARKS FRANCY WAREHOUSE on the Main Street IN KEYINGHAM in the 1870's and is listed on the 1881 census. Joseph's grandaughter Mary Harrison married George Snowden and lived in Hull.
red mail East Mill
I am trying to trace any records for the Blacksmith who lived at East Mill, Keyingham. His name was Thomas Malton Tarbotton. (normally known at Malton Tarbotton). His wife was Eleanor M Tarbotton (nee Lawson) and they lived at East Mill. One of their daughters married into my family in 1911.
red mail Looking for Information Re;-Smith
Looking for Information about Smith Family Cica 1900's particularly Thomas William Gibson Smith married to Hannah Smith nee Middleton and all related children
I am interested in the Freeman family that were in keyingham in the 1800s
red mail Tong
Hannah TONG was born in Keyingham and married Thomas GIBSON, agricultural labourer, c.1833. Where?
red mail Gibson
John GIBSON was a carrier from Keyingham to market at Hull in 1881. He married Mary SPENCE in Beverley and they had 12 children.

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