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Bennett, Stephen & Elizabeth Circa 1875/1900
Stephen, a shoemaker, and his wife Elizabeth moved from Kings Lynn to support their daughter and family who had also moved with her husband, James Frederick Cooke. At the 1881 Census Stephen, Elizabeth and their younger son, Walter, were at 7 JubileePlace, Porter Street.
Gillard, Cooke, Foote, Macaulay, Hurdman, Eeles
My Great Grandparents' families all arrived in Hull in the 1800s:- Gillards from Devon via London and Grimsby. Cookes from Norfolk. Footes from Plymouth. Macaulays from Govan. Hurdmans from Lincolnshire. Eeles from North Yorkshire. See individualentries.
Gillard Trawlermen & Skippers.
Ebenezer & Edward Gillard were trawler skippers who, as children, moved to Hull with their family circa 1870. Ebenezer married Matilda Stephens and Edward Fanny Foote. Four of the next generation were also skippers. The youngest, Edward's sonJames (my grandfather) was skipper of the "Snipe" in the Russian Outrage of 1904. James married Albertha Cooke circa 1900. Their children were; Albertha - married Robert Doy. Hilda - married William Stow. Ivy - married Harry Hammond. Flo- married Percy Hammond. Irene and James - married Alice Macaulay.
Cooke, James & Hannah Of Norfolk
James Frederick Cooke, blacksmith/farrier with the railway, moved to Hull from Norfolk with his wife Hannah (nee Bennett) circa 1869. Hannah's parents, Stephen & Elizabeth Bennett later also moved to Hull. James & Hannah's children were:-Angelena - married name Davies, Albertha Sabina - married James Gillard, Robert, Frederick, Alice Maud - married name Cooper, Florence Ada - married John Hawksley, Frances - married name Roberts, Beatrice Ellen - married Harold Tock, Olive - married name Wood and Gertrude Agnes - married William Mun Doy.
red mail Shardlow
Any information on the Shardlow family.
red mail Bentley/hiney
Looking for any information on a Beatrice Bentley who married Edmond Hiney. Believe her father worked on the railway in Hull.
red mail Joys In Hull
William Joys b 1839, lost at sea 1873, married Harriet Milner b 1839 Malton Yorks Amongst the family is:- Kate b. 1865 Tom b. 1866 John William b. 1868 Robert Milner b. 1874
red mail Hiney
I am looking for any one who has information reagarding my grandad Edmond Hiney married to Beatrice, I have no dates, only no he worked on the trawlers as a cook during the 1920's, they had 2 sons and 2 daughters.
red mail Thomas Leeman
Thomas 1844 in Hull.Fish Merchant. Grateful for any info on parents etc. Mike.
red mail Edgar Farrer
Edgar Served in E. Yorks Reg. in Great War. Lived in Hull. Son Charles Wilson Farrer. Grateful for any info. Mike.
red mail Bower And Kemp Families
I am interested in relatives of George Henry Bower, born in Carlton Norfolk about 1856 and died in Toronto, Ontario in 1925 and his wife, Margaret Kemp, born in Hessle in 1859, died in Toronto in 1918. Her father was Henry Laycock Kemp, from Howden,Yorkshire. All children but one emigrated to Toronto in early 1900's. I am looking for extended family of Bower and Kemp in this area.
red mail Hull Family Interests
My interests in Hull are the families descended from Abdenego Green who married Elizabeth Naylor, John Milbank who married Mary Mayman, James Officer from Leeds who married Hannah Everingham and anyone connected to the family of Matthew Lee and SarahBlisset.
red mail 1881 Census Of Isitt Family
All Isitt family and issue needed to colate trees. George Kirkman Isitt, 39yrs, occ. Police court, born Brussells?, wife Eleanor (ISHERWOOD) 32yrs b Yorks Hull. Also born Hull were children; George Henry b August 04 1867, Hilda Mary b August 01 1869,Benjamin Robert b March 18 1874, Sydney E. b1877, Eleanor b 1879. Also in house 17 Stanley Terrace was Joseph ISHERWOOD 47yrs and Elizabeth Isherwood 19yrs.
Searching For Souttars, Denhams
Tracing my family history and have come to a halt! Looking for DENHAMs and SOUTTARs and GILLIES in this area about the 1800s or earlier. Later generations of the Denhams moved up to Dundee, believe they were weavers. Any info would be appreciated
red mail Hull Corn Dealer In 1585
From Calendar of Cecil Papers Vol 3 Page 115 No 213 Patrick Hogg to Archibald Douglas 1st December 1585 Has found a man, named John Hewett of Hull, a great dealer in corn, and a very true and faithful keeper of his promises, who has promised to provide about 4,000 quarters of beans at such time as may convenently serve their country of Scotland, and to deliver the same at such creeks and ports of Yorkshire and Lincolnshire as ships may conveniently take them in at. The price of a quarter at first, besides a fee of 6d a quarter to the said John Hewett for his pains, will be between 10s and 11s ? 2 pages dated at Hull.
red mail Hoffmeyer Family
Grandpa was a Master Mariner with summer home in Hull, Had hugh house near water. Now torn down and a Tavern is there. Anyone have any info on my family ??
red mail Assistant Customs Officers 1579
From Calendar of Cecil Papers Vol 13 CUSTOMS - HULL 169 1579/01/12 Mayor and others of Hull to Lord Treasurer. With respect to the appointment of assistant officers of the Queen's customs at that port.They beg his furtherance of the bearers hereof,Mr Thornton and Mr Lewes. Signatures defaced much damaged.1 p 213.21
red mail Murder In 1560
From Calendar of Cecil Papers Vol 1 Hull 254 1560/12/31 No 803 Walter Jobson to Sir Francis Jobson Asking that a pardon may be obtained for one William Wright, who had killed a paramour of his wife.Particulars of the case. Hull 31st Dec - Seal 1 page.
red mail Hull In 1385
Almaine - 570, 1385 May 15th Reading 8 Richard 2 Pt 2 Membrane 9 Ratification of the grant by Tydmann de Lymbergh to Michael de la Pole of his interest in a grant by the late king,to John de Wold and the said Tydmann merchants of Almaine,of £50 a year in perpetuity from the issues of the customs in Kyngeston-upon-Hull,the said Tydmann having survived the said John and without licence granted his interest to the said Michael: upon the said Tydmann's surrender of the aforesaid grant bythe late King,and until the said Michael be provided with lands or rents of the like amount. Vacated by surrender and cancelled,because the king granted to the said Michael in fee simple the manor of Faxflete on 20th August 9 Richard II.
red mail Roo In And Around Kingston Upon Hull
Searching for Roo families in and around Kingston Upon Hull 1860- present. Part of family moved to Canada 1880-ish.
red mail Commander William Alfred
Any info appreciated on William Alfred Commander who married Kate Cattle in Dec 1898 in Kingston Upon Hull. Did William have any siblings? Where did he come from? Both William and Kates fathers are listed as labourers on marriage certificate.
red mail Griffiths Family
Trying to trace descendants of William Daniel Griffiths (born Llanelly, South Wales) last known as a teacher in Hull living at The Avenue (1950s).
Cattle Or Cattell
Jeremiah Cattle who was married to Sarah Bernard in 1768/9 had a number of children in the period 1770 to 1786 in Hull Holy Trinity area. Jeremiah was a local butcher. My question is..... Does anyone have any information about the fate of Jeremiah Cattle's children??
red mail Robert Isitt
Robert Isitt was born July 24th 1808 in Warkton, Northamptonshire and his parents were Robert born about 1780 in Kettering and Jane Knowles (born March 10th 1779) who married in Warkton on March 19th 1807. Robert was connected with horses and coaches and married (1) Martha Hobbs,in Hitchin, Hertford,June 17th 1832. (4 ch.) Then married (2) Mary Kirkman June 26th 1841 in Kensington, Middlesex. Married (3) Annie Hill December 25th 1857 in Sculcoates, Kingston Upon Hull, Yorkshire. George Isitt a son born 1842 Brussells? George married Eleanor Isherwood 1866 in Hull. Robert finally died 1883 Hull, 76yrs, occ. Coachman. Do issue of son George have knowledge to colate?. My line is from Robert's 1st marriage in Hertford.
red mail Hull Interests
Jane ATKINSON married William BECKETT, c.1860. James SMART was the landlord of the Rose & Crown, West Street. Ring any bells? Contact me! Katie Fuller

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