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Cundall/ Kettlestring
Looking for some who can fill in the blanks regarding Hannah Cundall, and/or William Kettlestring, who I believe were born appx 1776 and 1772 respectively in Newton on Ouse. I know that they married on 2/1/1797 at N-O-U and they had at least seven children, one of whom, Ellen chrst. 26/4/1812 is an ancestor of mine. Does anyone have either of their birth details, parents, siblings and date of death please ?? I know its a lot to ask but live in hope ! Thank you.
red mail Mathers of the Leeds area
Trying to find information on the Mathers family before 1897.The information I have so far is that they lived in the leeds area of Yorkshire-Pudsey and Bramley. My grandfather was William Mathers son of John and Elizabeth harriet Mathers (nee Evans)
red mail coupland/burdon
Looking for information on the couplands from Newton on Ouse prior to 1782 which was when Joseph coupland was born and later married Lucy Marshall.They had a son Joseph who I belived married Dinah Burdon
red mail Coupland
Interested in anyone searching COUPLAND in Newton on Ouse and York, 17th/18th Century.
red mail Musgrave
I am looking for all Musgrave names etc relating to Newton On Ouse 1800 +. A good starting Point would be Thomas Musgrave who married Hannah unkn. pre 1834 .
red mail Reynolds Frederick
I am interested in a Frederick Reynolds born abt 1877 in Newton on Ouse. He married a Mary Neesam in Northallerton and had to my knowledge Fred Herbert & William. He was then widowed and married Emmeline Garner of Knottingley and they had Walter Edwin in 1925. I would like to hear from anyone connected to Fred Herbert or William.

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