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red mail William Taylor
I have a William Taylor who married Miriam Milner at Driffeild Sep 1846 .. in the 1851 census they are found in North Frodingham as .. William Taylour 29 Ag Lab/ wife Myram 23 / son Henry B 7weeks. I believe same family sailed to New York in 1854.
Marmaduke Stephenson (born c.1780) married Elizabeth Hudson (also born c.1780) in the village of Rise. They produced several children, among them Isabella and Martha Stephenson. They moved to North Frodingham, where Marmaduke occupied 'The Mill House' (if anyone knows what that was, I'd be very pleased to know. At the time of his marriage he was described as a 'shepherd' but by the time of his move, and by the 1841 census, the term 'Farmer' had taken over. His daughter Isabella married one Thomas Hebb from North Frodingham, and she became a grocer and draper. Their eldest son, Marmaduke Stephenson Hebb, married Ellen Gray (a draper's daughter from Sleaford in Lincolnshire.) Young Marmaduke and Ellen moved south to London, and produced Edith Hebb, my great-grandmother, born in Ratcliff (Tower Hamlets). She in turn married Arthur Wright, a clothier from Hillingdon in Middlesex. Arthur Stephenson Wright, my grandfather, was born in 1887. My mother Joan was their only child, born in 1914. If anyone knows of the origins of the Hudsons of Rise, I'd be grateful. Are they connected with the Hudsons who were tenants of Elizabeth I's friend Blanche Parry who had lands thereabouts in the late 1500s ? This seems a fairly logical conclusion as Hudsons seem to have been in the area for a long time. Are there still Stephensons and Hebbs in North Frodingham (and also Leven ?) Thank you in advance.
red mail Reference
Any person having knowledge of "Brigum"-(Brigham)? Concerning a birth reference for a Robert Woodhouse ,born 'Brigum'1778.shown in 1851 as a Gun Maker retired . Would this be a local industry in 19th Century ? Geoff
red mail Barr - North Frodingham
Looking for details of and ancestors of William Barr, b 1775 in Bainton, and his wife, Ann Bogg, b abt 1781 in Sigglesthorne. They married on 30 January 1797 in North Frodingham. Children were Hannah, Robert, Jonathon, John (my ancestor), James, Ann, Henry and George. - Tony
Lawson, Crosby
I am looking for information on Sarah Jane Lawson, b. 1830 North Frodingham. She married Jonathan Crosby , b. abt 1827 in Pontefract
William Huntsman (1745-1807) was a blacksmith at North Frodingham. It is possible that his father before him, and his son after him, were also blacksmiths. William married Frances Danby (1747-1789) at Foston-on-the-Wolds on 1st April 1771. I would like to know more about Frances.
My gt-aunt Ruth Staveley (b. 1864, d. c.1958) of Bewholme, married Wm. Henry Foster, a tailor of North Frodingham. They may have had two children. I would welcome information.
Horner Family
I have hannah and rachel horner sisters both being born in rillington hannah maried peter noble 1865 and rachel married peters brother aaron noble 1872 .Hannah and Rachels parents were Robert horner and eliza hamer? Hannah married in huttons cranswick and rachel married in north frodingham.Peter,hannah,rachel and aaron all moved to australia were between them both had a huge family. Seeking info on the horner family were there more and where they went..

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