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My GG grandmother Emily Wilde was born about 1830 in either South Cave or North Cliff, depending which census you read. Her father was George Wilde who was either a bailiff or a farmer. Her mother's name was possibly Anne. I can't find any of them in the 1841 census, and Emily had married by 1851. On her marriage certificate she indicated that George was deceased. Looking for any information on her parents.
"Goods and Chattels" 1552-1642
I have the above book,...about Wills,Farm, and Household Inventories from The Parish of South Cave, East Yorkshire. very interesting ! My family name amongst many others. -Dunston Bellard"s will in 1575,.....a mention of a Sir Thomas Bellard. Nicholas Bellard...a Yeoman,..1618. and Robert Bellard, 1620. quaint spellings of words, one of them " and to my wiefe I leave my best cow" ! Anyone out there interested ?
Am looking for any information about triplets? born to John Coupland who married Sarah Wood 3rd June 1801 in South Cave. THOMAS....SARAH...MARGARET.............BORN AND CHRISTENED 29th March 1809 Did they survive and go on to marry etc? Thanks
red mail Harland/Hesk Family
I am looking to find info on John Harland born abt 1805 in South Cave he married Sarah from Holme Upon Spalding Moor and had we think five children. James 1829 (we don't think is Sarah's child), William 1837, Esther 1844, Mary Jane 1847 (my ancestor) and Margaret 1849. Apart from Mary Jane no trace of the family after the 1851 Census, Mary Jane has a child George Harland at Sculcoates Workhouse age 16.
red mail WARD - Fanny (1882(?)-1976)
I am trying to trace the birth and other details of my great grandmother Fanny Ward who is supposed to have been born in South Cave in February 1882. Unfortunately, she seems to have lied about her age and parentage, and I can find no official record. Her maiden surname could have been Barrett (or a variation of it)
red mail Taylor/Pinder
looking for descendants of Robert Taylor B1871 Wife Hanah Pinder B1858 son Henry Taylor B 1880. Robert was Born Kirby Misperton Hannah born South Cave I visited S.Caveabout 1960 and there were some Taylors living in West End Area of South Cave. Any Information Greatly accepted
red mail South Cave
Eskrett - George and descendents of. This is an unusual surname. The men I am searching for seem to have been named George, various birthdates and ultimately descendents moved to Sculcoates area of Hull.
Anne GRASBY m to George McTURK
We dont have parents for Anne but her Marriage 07 Mar 1788 was in South Cave George McTURK came from Scotland Arrived in S Cave 1788 at New Village Helped in digging the Market Weighton Canal Provided South Cave with first piped water He had a brother James McTurk Publican of Newport ( first one )Turks Head George & Anne had 9 children and the last son George Gladston McTURK was a Solicitor in the area and Bradford, West Riding one.
I am researching GLASBY in South Cave, Brantingham, Elleker and Market Weighton from about 1780. Would be pleased to hear from any others researching this name.
red mail Thomas familys, South Cave
1816.23.3. Richard Thomas of E/Ton marr.Elizabeth Kirby of South Cave,starting a long relationship with S/Cave lasting through to about post WW2.i wish to exchange any Thomas family info.I have a large database.They eventually migrated to Hull, mainly Hessle & Sculcoates.Any Thomas info welcome.Thanks.
red mail Waudby
I'm looking for the father of John Waudby b Sept 1790 in S Cave who was married to Jane Brown. Also any Waudby from that area and also from York. I have quite a lot in my tree so anyone with any info please let me know. I will help anyone with their search also.
red mail puckering family
may have lived in this area during the 1800's. william puckering left here approx 1872/73
red mail Pawson and Codd Hall
Tradition has it that my English immigrant ancestor Robert Pawson -- b. 18 Dec 1806 and baptized on 14 Jan 1807 in South Cave -- came from a "family estate" called variously "Cob Hill" or "Cob Hall" or "Cod Hill" or "Cod Hall" supposedly in or near Leeds. I have just found that there is a place in South Cave (on Common Road) called "Codd Hall" and suspect that this is the actual place intended. Robert was the son of John and Mary Pawson, who had at least 4 children: Mary b 14 Jun 1796 & bap 3 Jul 1796 ; George b 13 May 1798 & bap 3 Jun 1798 ; James b 29 Dec 1802 & bap 3 Jan 1803 ; and Robert, as above. It is also part of our family lore that Robert had another brother named William who was mayor of Leeds. There was indeed a mayor of Leeds in 1841 of that name, but whether he was actually part of my family or not has not been demonstrated as yet. It is possible that the family in the USA co-opted him for bragging rights, but he may also be an actual brother or some other close kin. I am hoping for information to show that the Pawsons were either owners or tenants of Codd Hall, South Cave, in the late 1700's and early 1800's. Or were they farm laborers employed there? I am looking for the maiden name of John Pawson's wife Mary and when they wed. I am looking for the names of the parents of John Pawson. I am seeking infomation about what became of John & Mary's other children, and did one of them actually become Mayor of Leeds? Is there a local historical society in South Cave that might be able to help? Thank you for any information you may have. Bill
red mail M.FOSTER
Believe he was a teacher and archeologist he was mentioned in History of South Cave pub 1892. Absolutely ANY info about him please
red mail eskrett/estrett
looking for any info on george eskrett (various spellings) he had a daughter johanna born 1846 she married a jonathan stephenson in hull please contact me if these names ring a bell
Welch, Welsh, Whitworth
William Welch / Welsh married Ann Whitworth at South Cave 1803. Ann Whitworth born at South Cave 1777. William and Ann Welch were in Scarborough when their daughter Eliza born 1808, and they had several children christened at the Particular Baptist Chapel in Scarborough. Can anyone with access to parish records confirm these facts, and can anyone tell me about Particular Baptists in E Yorks?
red mail Skinner family
Lived in South Cave before coming to Sheffield, South Yorkshire. They had a shop/wheelwright business. There were several sons including my grandfather born 1875 called William and another brother Frank Barnard Skinner. Does anyone know more about them?
red mail gardam
i an looking for any information on the family of mary Gaurdam or gardam she was borb in 1806 ether in nov or dec
George Robert Staveley (b. Bewholme c.1852)was a blacksmith in S.Cave from c.1881 to c.1891. Wife Harriet, son George Wm and 3 daughters. He may have been a preacher also. Moved to Pocklington.

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