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red mail Esther Hare
Would like to hear from anyone who has information about Esther Hare and her family from Carthorpe. She was born there in 1863 and died in Ravensworth in 1941.
parkin
Looking for family desendents of John Parkin a farmer of carthorpe around 1850-80- married to mamary Handley.
Parkin -smith carthorpe .
looking for a Parkin family who married a Mary Handley daughter Anne Alison 1876 married a railwayman George Smith . Beleive there were sisters to Ane Polyanna , Elizabeth and Ethel and a son ted or Edward > George & Anne settled in Gristhorpe . First child harriet died 1885 burried Brompton. George died 1902 scarborough workhouse. Anne had sons William Ernest . daughter bella (went to canada and Emily m.Preston Fletcher Grateful if anyone can help.ERnest came to Australia 1913 married mitta hodgkin 1923.Elizabeth married a dennis family had two daughters missionaries in china .She and husband believed killed in Hull during ww2.
red mail Elizabeth Leeming
Searching for info regarding Elizabeth Leeming born 1835 in Carthorpe married William Heslington Dec 1858 in Ripon..died March 1893 in Spennymoor county durham
red mail William Hare (Airey)
William Hare (Also known as Airey) was born in Carthorpe and bpt in Burneston on 18/12/1766. I beleive he may have had brothers John, Thomas & Matthew (?) and sister Elizabeth. If anyone has any knowledge of this ancestor please make contact.
red mail Jacques family history
Jacques family from Carthorpe 1700-1800s


 
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