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red mail Watson/ Green
Thomas Watson b.Kippax 1732c..married Elizabeth Green b.Kippax 1736c at ST Marys, Kippax 27 April 1757. Their first eight children were also born at Kippax the next four children born at Allerston(Mary 1781, Elizabeth 1783, Hanna 1787, Thomas 1788). Any information appreciated.
red mail Jowsey Family
Researching the Jowsey family who lived in Allerston in the 1600 and 1700. We have a great deal of information we would be pleased to share with anyone intrested in this family. We are still trying to fill in gaps in the 1600s The earliest we can trace our ancestry back is to Richard Jowsey who married Matha Maw in 1703.Any information will be greatfully received
red mail Tock Family
Researching the Tock Family who lived in Allerston between 1760's and 1900 - particulary interested in Stephen Tock born around 1795 and died 1857. Can anyone help.
red mail Knipe How?
Hi, a distant relative of mine was Ann Parnaby, born at "Knipe How" according to census records. This place seems to have disappeared from the maps & may be a local name. She was married at Allerston 1817 to Jonathan Webster,daughter of William Parnaby. If anyone can confirm where Knipe How is I would be very grateful, thanks! Carl
red mail John Vasey b1802
Looking for information on John Vasey, b1802 in Allerston. He moved to Helperthorpe early in his life and raised his family (and died) there. I know the Vasey family are well established in Allerston/Ebberstone at the time and i would like any information on placing John into this family. I have a lot of information about his descendants. Thanks, Jim
Looking for the Snowdons of this area, Stephen Snowdon born 1831, married Ruth, born 1832, also Stephen's brothers, Jacob b. 1834, Thomas, b,1836, and sister Elizabeth, b. 1839. They eventually moved to Scarborough, North Yorkshire where they had a dairy farm on North Marine Road.
red mail Hart, John
Looking for ancestors of John Hart b.1806, the only one of six brothers who did not emigrate to Ontario.Canada and Illinois USA. Parents were James Hart & Mary Britton married in 1796 at St. Michael le Belfrey in York. I have great stories ofthe Hart adventures on the American Frontier.

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