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red mail Milner in Askrigg, Bainbridge or Aysgarth
George Milner 1791 - 1860 married Margaret Routh 1789-1871. Family based in Wenslydale area of Yorkshire, with family. George, James, Elizabeth, John, Christopher and Thomas. Anyone else searching for Milner's, Routh's, Graham or Towison in that area please. Cheers, Mike
red mail William Kettlewell Sagar
Son Of Matthew Sagar ( 1809 ) ~ Elizabeth Kettlewell Births Mar 1839 Sagar William Kettlewell Askrigg 24 304 IGI MATTHEW SAGAR Male Marriage: 21 JAN 1837 Askrigg, Yorkshire, England Spouse : ELIZABETH KETTLEWELL Marriage: 21 JAN 1837 Askrigg, Yorkshire, England William's brother Richard Thomas Sagar is my great grandfather Would love contact with William Kettlewell Sagar's family William married Elizabeth K Lancaster Mar 1869 E Ward 10b 772 The family lived in Nateby micas
red mail Peter Rudsdale Warrener
I am trying to trace the parents of the above. He was born in 1851, the family emigrated to Australia.The 1851 or the 1861 have been searched without success
red mail waistell
looking for decendants of Alex waistell whom married Ann Cottingham in muker yorkshire 22 jan 1798
Dinsdale Askrigg
I'm trying to trace information on Elizabeth Dinsdale born circa 1831 in Askrigg Parents etc.I know that she had an Older Brother Mathew as she was living with him in 1851 with her 2 year old son Alfred.I don't think she was married but she did eventually marry Alexander Mcknight a Stone Mason from Scotland. They lived in Bowling and had 2 more children Mary Ann and James Arthur 1871 who was my Husbands GrandFather.I've not been able to trace marriage details or any information on Alexander. Elizabeth was involved in some sort of milk production and supply and was possibly related to the Teasdale Family.Many Thanks for any information.
red mail Cockbone
The Cockbone family came from Dent to Wensleydale. Thomas Cockbone was born at Hawes in 1752 and married Ruth Wedrald at Askrigg in 1814. They had a son Obediah in 1815 to add to the 6 Weatherald children they had prior to the marriage. Thomas was my 4th ggfather
red mail Weatherall
Thomas Wetherelt, son of George, was christened in Askrigg in 1676. He was my 7th ggfather.
red mail George Winn born Ripon 1876
Searching for ancestors of George Winn born Ripon 1976. Georges father was William EM Winn and his Mother was called Rose Annie Mary Wiggins. George worked as a company solicitor as part of Carlton house, Regents Street, London in 1924. George had a sister called Norah Winn who married Ted Gruning and they lived in a flat near the British Museum. George also had another sister called Kathleen who married Robert Martin ( Bob Martin dog products ) in 1902. Any info on any of these people please e mail me. Thank you.
red mail WEBSTER - Nappa Scar Askrigg
I am looking for info on John Anthony Webster born in Barningham in 1854 to Elizabeth. John married Jane Stockdale of Grassington in 1874 and the had 11 children. They lived in Askrigg in 1871 and moved to Nappa Scarr to farm sometime during 1880's. Any info on Barningham would also be appreciated. Thank you
red mail WINN
Searching all Winns connected to Askrigg. In particular George Winn born 1777 and any Georges b4 or after. Also William Winn. They were solicitors and were part of the four men of Askrigg.
red mail Askrigg
From the Imperial Gazetteer by J.M.Wilson Askrigg N. Riding There are six almshouses for widows. Births in 1866 were 174 of which 9 were illegitimate. The workhouse is in Bainbridge township.


 
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