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red mail Ellerton
Frederick John Ellerton and his wife Emily nee Cranswick, lived at Church House, Pickhill from c.1910. Their daughter Phyllis Fridswid Ellerton was Baptised at All Saints Pickhill in 1912. There is no record of the family after that in the UK. They are also appear not to be named on any passenger lists. Can anyone help?
red mail Rainforth and Tindalls of Pickhill
Researching the RAINFORTH and TINDALL families of Pickhill. Contact Patricia
red mail Plues/Plews/Plows/Pluves
Edward Plews born c1796 in Pickhill, married Mary Colley and later moved to Muston. Parents were Edward and Mary Winn. Any further information on his parents or siblings would be appreciated.
red mail Ann Baxter
Ann Baxter was baptised at Pickhill in 1818, to William and Elizabeth. I would appreciate any further information on Ann or her parents
red mail Inman John
Hi. I am looking for information on the family of John Inman who maried Jane and Elizabeth. He was born abt 1827. Daughter was Laura Jane Inman who emigrated to Australia and married Matthew Britton Gibbon.
red mail Lancelot SAYER
Seeking any information on Lancelot SAYER of Pickhill. He was baptised 1636 at Pickhill with Roxby but little else is known about him other than he married and had several children in North Otterington from 1654 onwards. He was probably a farmer, as were the majority of the SAYER family. Any snippets of information at all appreciated.


 
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