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Interested in the KNOWLES Family of Bedale in the 18th & 19th Centuries. Thomas KNOWLES b. Bedale region in 1832, son of William KNOWLES & Isabella (nee GRIEVE) emigrated to South Australia as a young man, and married Priscilla King FROST in the region of Melrose, South Australia in 1864. We have a photo of Thomas & Priscilla with all their children who later grew to adulthood and married, including the youngest, Walter (Bob)b. 1880, as an infant sitting on his father's knee.KJI
red mail Gibson family of Bedale
Looking for info on my 4xgrandparents Edward Gibson born 1752 and Jane Hewson,also Edwards parents John Gibson born 1726 and Anne Jernan, born 1730 and Johns father Edward possibly born 1697, The Edward born 1752 was possibly a Presbyterian minister and his son James born 1791 was my 3xgrandfather.
red mail William and Margaret Coates
William Coates married Margaret Coates at Bedale in May 1786. William was born about 1758 and Margaret about 1756, based on their ages when they were buried at Thornton Watlass. Does anybody know where they were born?
red mail James Gibson
I am looking for my great great great grandfather James Gibson born 1791, Bedale,wife Harriet,would like info on his father,also born in Bedale, possibly 1752.
red mail Albert Alexander Coleman
We are trying to trace the whereabouts of Albert Alexander Coleman. He was born on 18th August 1929 outside Monaghan Town, Ireland. He came over to Yorkshire in 1945 with his brother, working in forestry around Thirsk before moving some years later to Bedale to work on a farm. Finding him would complete his generation of our family tree.
red mail Re. Donald Smith D.O.B.9th. March,1926
Any information on a Donald Smith, mother Mary Smith, father unknown, born 9th. march 1926, at Arbour Hill, Patrick Bromton, Bedale, on Donald Smith birth cert. it states at the end of birth cert. he was adopted, do not know by who,?? Inlater years Donalds name was changed to Donald Smith Sheffield,dont know why, or if it was his adopted folks name?? Arbour Hill was, or is, part of the Hornby castle estate, I dont know if the mother, Mary Smith, worked at Arbour Hill, may be as a maid,?? only on Donalds birth cert. her occupation was House Duties,?? or was it a unmarried mothers home?? dont know. Donald Smith was a very dark person, maybe Italian, It was often said he was part romany gipsy, fiction maybe, but he was of a very dark colour. and had a very strong yorkshire accent, i belived he lived and worked in and about the Leeds area Otley, and Ilkly moor was spoken of a lot, any persons who may have known of Mary Smith, her family, or of her son, Donald Smith, i would love to hear from them, so it would be great to fill the last bit of the family tree in.
red mail Mary Smith Arboure Hill
trying to trace a Mary Smith who lived or stayed at Arboure Hill (house) 1926, and had a SON Donald Smith who was adopted at birth. any info would be very helpful, for family tree
red mail Wright, John
John Wright, a small holding farmer, married to Elizabeth. Children Dora, Amy, William. Looking for any information. A family member may have been a member of the Bedale Board of Guardians in the late 1800's - early 1900's
red mail Morrell
I understand James Morrell could have been born in Bedale (near Swainby) in 1807/8. Subsequently he married Mary Boocock in Bradford in 1830. First I need to confirm that Bedale was his birthplace, and secondly, establish his parent's names. I would appreciate any assistance please. Cheers...Ken
red mail Bedale 1850's - Gower family
Hi, my Gower ancestor Stephen Gower was born in Old Windsor 1823, Berks, and lived in Lambeth, moved to Bedale sometime after the Q1 1854 (after the birth of his son) and was in Bedale for the birth of his second child Lydia Ann Gower born Q4 1855. He later moved with his family to Leeds (sometime between Q4 1855 - Q3 1857). He was a Currier and Front boot blocker. I would like to ascertain why he moved to Bedale in the mid 1800's. Work is a possibility, but I would have thought work would have been plentiful in London where he was based. To move to a small market town in the dales, rather than another large town seems a bit strange. Did he have previous family connections to this area, and that is why he was drawn to it? If anyone has any information or ideas, I would love to hear them. Regards Mandy
James Place
James Place of Burrill near Bedale married Isobel Herd in Bedale in 1734 They had a son James 1735-1819 Grandson Thomas 1772-1820 Great Grandson Thomas 1809-1842 Both the above were drugists and Clockmakers of Bedale. Can any one help please Does any one know the ancestors of James Place his date of birth and whether he had brothers and sisters. I am told that I am related to him but can not find a connection in my family tree which only goes back to about 1670. I also have a clock face and works by Thomas Place Bedale 1772 so am very curious!!
Castling and James Families.
Seeking the parents of Ann and Rachael Castling, who were probably sisters and who were born around 1775 - 1780. They were married in Bedale 1801 and 1805 respectively, to two brothers named Thomas and Stephen JAMES, the sons of Stephen JAMES and Jane Thackeray of Newton le Willows
red mail Fred Learoyd (b 1901) in Bedale 1916-1918
I'm looking for any information on Fred Learoyd born 1901 in Thornton Steward to unmarried servant Annie Elizabeth Learoyd. By 1918 his mother (who had married and had two more children) was dead and he was living in Bedale, working as a hotel porter. He enlisted in the Army, but gives as next of kin a "friend", a police sergeant at the Bedale Police House. He didn't get on with the army and went AWOL, and his military record suggests he was already a young man in trouble. Possibly his police sergeant "friend" was a copper who had already had dealings with Fred as a young tearaway and tried to help him keep to the straight and narrow. We believe Fred faked his own suicide in the 1920s after discharge from the Army and that he then went to Canada. We're interested to find out anything about his time in Bedale.
red mail Hardy and Heckley families
looking for information about the family of Henry hardy and Mary Heckley who were born in Bedale around 1825
red mail Thomas Kirby
I believe my great grandfather emigrated to Canada in the 1860's from Bedale. I think he was born there in June of 1842 but I cannot identify parents, occupations or siblings. Allan
Thomas Place
I am trying to find details of . Thomas Place C 1670 of Firby near Bedale does any one have any information about him please INCLUDING HIS WIFE or his ancestors. He had 4 sons THOMAS born1703 WILLIAM 1705- 1706 WILLIAM BORN AND DIED 1708 JOHN PLACE 1706-1764 WHO WAS A SHOEMAKER AT WYCAR BEDALE AND MARRIED JANE BRAITHWAITE ( HE WAS MY gt gt gt gt gt GRANDFATHER) I HAVE DRAWN A BLANK PLEASE HELP!! THANK YOU
red mail KAY family of Bedale
Seeking connections to Simeon Kay & Sarah Clough. The Kays operated a saddlery business in Bedale for generations. Simeon's son Edward took over circa 1870
red mail Vicar of Bedale
Trying to find information about John Vincent who was the Vicar of Bedale I think Late 1800. Apparently was run over outside the church
red mail Walton, or Trueman
Looking for the parents of William Walton father of Samuel Walton. Samuel Walton born 19 May 1846 in Bedale Yorkshire William Walton 1818 Bedale Yorkshire William married Ann Trueman born 1819c Pickering Yorkshire
red mail HOBSON and KING
Trying to find the place of birth of William Hobson who married Margaret King at Bedale (both of this parish) on 15th Nov. 1769.
red mail SADLER, BANKS
I am researching the family of John SADLER and Jane BANKS. Both were born in Bedale, Yorkshire and married there in 1839. They had children Thomas, Mary Ann, Jane, Martha, John Edward & George between 1840-1852. They lived in Mickley, Dringhouses & York. John was a Gardener, and both of their fathers were named Thomas.
red mail Plews & Sons, Bewery,Bedale
Any details of the Plews Brewery Family. The brewery spanned the years 1795-1925.
red mail George Smith Jackson
Any info anyone? He was Town Crier and Bill-poster in Bedale in 1890 married to Catherine Corps(e) - lived just outside Bedale at Aiskew...
red mail Jackson Family in Bedale
Looking for any family of James Jackson married to Grace Martin (Born 1906 in Morley) - Children I think) Charles, Delia, Winifred and Fred. Charles died when a young man...anyone know any of the others? Believe they had a greengrocers shop at onetime. Kathy Martin.
red mail Re Reading Room
From Cassells Gazetteer c1896 Bedale : 1891 Population : 2,827 pa - has in public buildings a reading room with free library.
red mail Bedale
INTERESTED in Scrogg House, West Pasture House and Casling Hill. Any detail will be appreciated.
red mail Bedale In 1866
From The Imperial Gazetteer by J.M.Wilson Bedale ? It is a seat of petty sessions and has a court-house, almshouses and a workhouse. Births in 1866 were 227 of which 13 were illegitimate.
red mail Mary Caw
I am looking for the birth of Mary who according to the 1851 census was born in Bedale. Mary married Christopher Sadler 18-5-1818 in Bedale and died in Bedale 1863 aged 65. The only Mary Caws i have found are from Perthshire, Scotland. There are fivepossibilities, have there been links between Bedale and Perthshire circa 1790's?
Looking for information on the Imisson family of Yorkshire. The 1881 census shows James R. Imisson, aged 32 and born in Middleham, as living at Wycar Cottage, census place Bedale. He was the Wesleyan Minister of Bedale. Also recorded at that addresson census day was a Mary C. Hill, sister of James, aged 38 and born in Shetland and a nephew Samuel I. Hill aged 11 born in Colne, Lancs., and a niece Kate Mary Hill aged 8 born in Bolton, Lancs. Does anyone have info. on James R? Was Mary C Hill perhaps an Imisson before she was a Hill and this is why she is recorded as sister to Jame R?? Is this why Samuel and Kate Mary are shown as nephew and niece? Are these people related to the Imissons who have resided in Swinton for several decades?
red mail Peirse Family
See entry for village of Hutton Bonville.

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