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red mail Spaven Family
My gt gt uncle Richard Spaven (1865-1931) and wife Alice Ann (nee Clarkson)were one time owners or landlords of the Peacock Inn, High Street, Snainton. Other Spaven/Spavin family members came from Snainton, Sherburn and other nearby villages in the area. I'd be pleased to hear from anyone interested in the Spaven family from around there, or other associated families.
red mail spaven family
I am researching my family and have traced back my grandmothers side to snainton,has anyone else any information about this family.In the early 20th century my grandparents mabel and george craggs had a farm in snainton called alma farm would love to know if this is still there.
red mail Jackson/Jackson
John Bowes Jackson b. Aug. 3, 1865 Snainton, Sarah Walker b. June 15, 1870 Snainton, Emily Jackson b. June 16, 1847, would like to correspons with anyone that has knowledge of these famailes from Snainton.
red mail The Peacock @ Snainton
WILLIAM ATKINSON was the innkeeper at the time of the 1881 census, his wife was Elizabeth Lamplough, Wm was born in Allerston. Anyone searching this line?
red mail LAZENBY -BROWN
I am interested in making contact with anyone who has any connection with Jane Lazeby who married Thompson Brown about 1848 or anyone researching descendents of either family.
red mail William Webster
Seeking to verify information on William Webster, born 1811. Census for 1841 shows him living in High Street, and working as Agricultural Labourer in Snainton. 1851 he was in Brompton and 1901 was in Beswick's Yard. Children include Hannah, Joseph and William (b 1836). William (1836)married Isabella Mallory and they are my Great Great Grandparents.
red mail Borton - Old Rifle Corpse Inn Snainton
John Borton and his wife Emily ran the Rifle Corpse Inn in the village from 1900 until its closure approx 1920,anyone with any information on the family please get in touch. I have a few details about the old pub now just a red brick house on the other side of the road from the present inn the Peacock I think it is called
red mail Watson and Foster Snainton
Anyone researching the Watson or Foster family who lived in this village please get in touch
red mail BROWN - CAIRENS - CAINS - CAIRNS - DOUGHTY - PARKIN
My Ancestor was Wiiliam Brown b 1834 Snainton, son of Benjamin Brown and Elizabeth Thompson. He married Eliza (or Elizabeth) Doughty who was the daughter of John Doughty and Dinah Cairens. Does anyone have any knowledge of these family names? Carol.
red mail William Webster - Snainton/Brompton
Searching for any information on William Webster born abt 1801 in Snainton who married an Elizabeth born abt 1801 in Glazedale/Egton. They had children, James 1831, Joseph 1831, Hannah 1834 and William 1836 all born in Snainton. I know he worked at Carr House Farm, Brompton in 1851. Son, William born 1836 married an Isabella Mallory of Fordon.
red mail Rose & Charles W Fallon
Looking for Rose b Yorks c.1938 also Charles W Fallon believed to be born in Ireland served in RAF in Yorkshire WW2.
red mail Hovington in Snainton
I have a lot of info on the Hovington family that originated in the 15th centuryin Snainton (parish of Brompton by Sawdon)in Yorkshire.


 
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