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red mail Wright/Wilson
Trying to find the family of Stephen Wright and Fanny Wilson from Falsgrave Scarborough both born in 1814. I have hit a brick wall as their marriage certificate had no fathers names. It just gave the both as dead.
red mail James Stead Barker St. Thomas Church
I'm looking for information on James Stead Barker born around 1850 in Scarborough. I think his mother was called Mary Ann Barker and his father was James Stead. They were not married. James Stead may have come from Leeds but his identity has always been a well kept secret. I have the marriage certificate for James Stead Barker (his father's name is not recorded). I don't have a record of his birth though most of the Barker family seems to have entries in St. Thomas Church in Scarborough.
red mail PICKUP in Scarborough
Trying to get to know the PICKUP familes living in Scarborough. FRANCIS PICKUP & FRANCES TEMPLE were married 1830 in York. They moved to Scarborough to start a family, but couldn't settle in one place!! On the 1841 Census he was a Publican at Long Room St. On 1851 Taproom Keeper at London Inn. 1861 he Tobbacconist at No.25a Bar St. On the 1871 he then a Lodging House Keeper at No.17 St Johns St. Would anyone know if any of these places still there? Thank you for any help.It was their son GEORGE TEMPLE PICKUP that married into my BAGGAN family from Pontefract.
red mail Spencer
Looking for the birth of Caroline Spencer, Scarborough about 1820,Married William Anderson Wardle in Stockton 1833,
Coulson, Scarborough
I'm researching the Coulson family in Scarborough from the 18th century onwards. This includes John b.1762, Francis b. 1788, James b. 1811 and Agnes b.1849. Any connections would be welcome.
red mail MEADS
trying to trace the MEADS family who had guest houses in Scarborough. They came from Grassmoor in Derbyshire originally.Any information would be greatful.
Wheldon
George Wheldon was a grocer in Newborough St. Scarborough in 1834, 1840 and 1851. By 1860 he was Postmaster in Queen Street, and in 1881, aged 71 he was still Postmaster there and 5 of his children also worked at the Post office. I would like to trace his sons, George, born 1831, and Robert, born 1839. Also his daughter Eleanor Smailes Wheldon, born 1843, whose records I have in later life but not in 1861 or 1871 census, when she was still unmarried but had a daughter Mary Eleanor, born 1860. Eleanor married George Wanstall in 1879 in Hastings, and I would like to know what happened to her in between.
red mail John Thomas Freer 1870
Looking for information on John Thomas FREER who was born 9th May 1870 at (unknown). His father was William Freer of West Heslerton in Yorks. John Thomas was a master baker in Scarborough in the 1890s/1900s before moving to Sinnington around 1910. He also spent time in London and York in the 1880s/90s. His wife was Helena MM HANCOCK whom he married in York in 1891. They had 4 children George, Albert (Ted), Mary and Helena Ethel. Any info on any of the above people is gratefully anticipated. Thanks, Jim
red mail BOWMANS & WILSONS
Searching for BOWMANS & WILSONS Scarborough, Yorkshire,& who also have moved into Southwick, Monkwearmouth,Sunderland & Durham. Merchant Seamen, Master Mariners & shipbuilders. Names: THOMAS BOWMAN b.? JOHN BOWMAN (Son) b. Scarborough 1833 Married Catherine Wilson b.1845 FREDERICK BOWMAN b.1867 ALFRED BOWMAN b1872 JOHN WILLIAM BOWMAN b.1874 JAMES BOWMAN b.1882 CATHERINE WILSON Father WILLIAM WILSON & MOTHER HANNAH WILSON.
TOWSE/GALE
I am looking for descendants of Towse and Pollard Thanks
red mail hugh callaghan
any one have any information on hugh callaghan he was my G.uncle born in ireland 1841 wife catherine children margaret.born 1865 John born 1867 Job born 1871
red mail john henry cook
.john henry cook in the 1881 census said he was born in sunderland in 1874 on his marrige certificate he was supposed to have been born in scotland in 1874 in 1881 he was living in scarborough with his father Robert George cook (widowed) the mother catherine cook (nee)callaghan died 1876, also living at the same address in the 1881 census were william cook age13 violet cook age 10 G.bowering, age 47 lodger (female) D.Bowering age 19 (male) J.Bowering (male) age 10 A.Saddler (female) age 74 if any one could possible help in identifieing the exact birthplace of John cook i woude be very graetfull.we have had no luck in all the obvious places would also be very pleased to hear from anyone ells researching into any of the other residence of this houshold. john henry cook married kate elizabeth wright 1902 in great yarmouth then went to live in hull around about 1905
red mail researching cook
i am researching my family tree and they all mostly come from scarborough myg.g.grandmother was violetta bowering nee(oxley) married william cook in 1835 they had three children john (b)1836 henry(b)1842 then my g.grandfather robert george(b)1845 he married catherine callaghn ther were three children william,(b)about1869,violet,(b)1871,then my grandfather john henry,(b)1873 catherine cook died in1876 robert george re-married in1881 to elizabeth bowering nee sadler violet cook emigrated to america any info on any of the family would greatfully be recieved
red mail Whelan
Looking for connections to William Whelan(1832-1898)married Mary Ann ? Children;Frederick 1877, Agnes 1881, Elizabeth 1866 Bridget 1868, William 1870, Mary jane 1873 and particularly Christopher patrick 1878.Most of the children born in Scarborough.William senior was in the army, as was Christopher. Christopher had at least one son, William, in 1920. If this rings any bells with anyone please contact me. Thanks
red mail Newby - North Yorkshire
I am trying to find more information about my Newby family, I have traced them back to being sailmakers in Scarborough (George Newby)and before that they came from various villages in North Yorkshire.
red mail Researching Shaw
I am researching my family tree and have found that my G G Grandfather was William Shaw B:1838, who was the HARBOUR MASTER and LIGHTHOUSE KEEPER for Scarborough around 1891. He was married to Jane and they had 8 children. My great grandfather was known as Harry but I think he may have been born Henry in 1871. Harry married Mary Ann Bissell in 1905 and they moved to Driffield where my Grandmother Mildred (milly) was born. any info on any of the family would be greatly recieved!
red mail Nunn Family Scarborough
John H C Nunn son of Frederick and Mary Ann Nunn born in Scarbrough 1876. Looking for any information on this family especially his siblings.
Jefferson
Mollie Jefferson, had boarding house 1930's 4 daughters, husband fisherman, sister Fanny Firth nee davies
red mail Nansen Street
Looking for photographs of Nansen Street, Scarborough, from 1890's to 1940's approx. Interested in changes.
red mail Acklam-Rainton Info.
My Grandfather,James Acklam b/1894,married Eva Maude Rainton,1916.during the second world war lived at 7 Swan Hill Road,they had three sons, Harry,Jimmy,and kenny.James worked for Clarkes mineral waters.Any information about the family,or photos,would be appreciated,especially concerning Eva,my Grandmother,as she died before I was born.They used to favour the Angel public house on North Street Scarborough.
red mail WYRILL.HEADLAM
Rachel Wyrill born approx 1830 in Whitby.Father William mother Mary Owston.Rachel married Thomas Headlam.They had 2 children .Henry Brown Headlam born 1859 in Scarborough and Mary Ellen Headlam born 1863 in Whitby.I have details about Henry but I amlooking for details about Mary Ellen.
red mail Worlds Smallest Man
Am looking for information from Antiques Roadshow 18 January 2004 regarding a man who had a german passport belonging to the Worlds smallest Man who died in Bridlington. I have some photos and would like to see if they are the same person.
red mail Watts
Ernest Hector Watts was born in Scarborough in 1922. His mother was Kate Edna Littlewood, whose parents owned the Star Inn at Cayton. His father was Lionel Vincent Watts but I'm not sure if he was a local lad. Any relevant information about this family would be very helpful.
red mail Prisoner In Castle 1666
From Historical Manuscripts Commission 1903 Vol III Various Cd. 932 527 pp Page 121 William Morice to Lord Arlington 1665/6 4th January at Oxford Sending the King's orders that Thomas Strangwayes esq. (now prisoner at Scarborough Castle) is to be set at Liberty on good security
red mail Scarborough In 1544
From Calendar of Cecil Manuscripts Vol 1 Flamborough - Hull - Scarborough 023 1544/01/29 No 100 Sir Ralph Constable,Thomas Alrede,Robert Kellyngham to Sir Michael Stanhope. The greater part of the powder issued to them in the 2nd year of the present king's reign has been spent in his Majesty's service at Scarborough and Flamborough,only eight half barrels remain. Have thought it their duty to apprize him thereof - Hull 29 Jan
red mail Davis
Francis Davis, believed to have been born in Scarborough in 1820, father Robert
red mail Researching Sykes
Family lived on Nansen St., grandfather was Head Postmaster (john Ernest Sykes) early 1900's...father was born there in 1912...any info on Sykes family would be enormous help. I'm in Canada, so having tough time.
Saynor And Piercy
I am interested in the Saynor and Piercy names in Scarborough, 1870 -1900
Mallory
Looking for descendants and relatives of Georgiana Mallory, believed to have married John Hills about 1890 in Scarborough. She had an illegitimate son baptised Charles Blackie Mallory in 1886.


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