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Thomas Gledhill
Seeking info on Thomas GLedhill, born 1850, shown in 1911 census as sgarth, Yorkshire, presumably Aysgarth. Married Sarah Elizabeth Crosby nee Perkins in Hull in 1902. Occupation fish fryer. Sarah was born 1860 in Castle Howard Thank You, Malcolm
red mail Flattlands, Aysgarth
Looking for a photograph of the house Flattlands. It used to be owned by a Master of the Hunt.
red mail Helmsley/Fawcett
Hi Im looking for anyone with any information on two of my relatives Eleanor Fawcett who married William Farrow in 1909 and had 3 sons George, Thomas and William Also John Helmsley and his 3 sisters Alice Ellen and Sofia Alice was my grandmother im trying to locate birthplace my gran's father and grandfather and any other Helmsley descendants Any help would be appreciated Thank you
red mail Milner of Thoralby
I'm looking for other people researching the Milner family of Thoralby in Aysgarth. Michael MILNER, b. abt 1680, of Thoralby in the parish of Aysgarth, yeoman and butcher, owned closes in Aysgarth called “the Riddings” and “Thorngarth”. He married Ann WALKER in 1705 and they had children; John, Thomas, George (b. 1720) m. Alice FAWCETT of Bainbridge in 1745; Elizabeth (b. 1718) m. James MUDD in 1740.
red mail winningtons of aysgarth
I am researching the Winningtons of Aysgarth.Anthony Winnington married Anne Cooper - they had 3 children - including Anthony born 1818 and Robert born 1820. Also Francis and Christiana Winnington (cousins?)- any details would be welcome, Only address I have is Rigg/Rigs Farm,Aysgarth
Searching for info on WINN in Aysgarth.

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