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Glovers of Alverthorpe area
I am researching my family history. My 4th great grandfather was William Glover 1739 married to Sarah Scott, My 3rd GGfather was Mathew Glover married to Ann Wood. My 2nd GGfather was Mathew Henry Glover married to Elizabeth Glover. My 2nd GGfather wass Aurthur William Glover married to Margret Elizabeth Cropper Berry. My Great Grandfather was Eric Purslove Glover Married to Mabel Jackson & later Daphne Wilson/Deane. I have some family tree built which I am willing to share. I am looking for information on the work, lives, & times of any of the Glovers of Alverthorpe & any links to other family members especially pre William Glover 1739
red mail Joseph Jessop
Born Gawthorpe, ca. 1777. Husband of Sarah (unk.) b. ca. 1783. Clothier. Cited in the 1851 census in Alverthorpe with Canes. Seeking Joseph's father and Sarah's maiden name. Their daughter, my g.g. grandmother, Caroline Jessop 1830-1893 married William Willans at St. Pauls's Alverthorpe on 27 July 1850. This couple emigrated to Philadelphia, Pa. U.S. by 1870. Thank you, James
red mail Thorne Street, Thornes, Wakefield
I've recentley purchased a birth certificate for a relative of mine who was born in Alverthorpe, Wakefield Union in the county of York. On the address of birth it says he was born in 1858 at Thornes St, Thornes. I can't seem to locate a Thornes St, also I'm getting mixed answers on the Wakefield Union. The registrar told my sister there was no Thornes Street in 1858 and that if the certificate says Wakefield Union it would mean he was born in the workhouse. I, however have asked a historian from the Wakefield area and he says it just means he was born In Alverthorpe with Thornes which is in the union of Wakefield. Can anyone possibly enlighten me?
red mail Tomlinson in Alverthorp
Looking for any information about Benjamin Tomlinson born Alverthorp abt. 1815 married Mary Martin born Birstall 1813, had 10 children including John born 1840 who married Maria Gelder.
red mail Hey of Alverthorpe
I am interested in contacting anyone searching the name of " Hey " in Alverthorpe in the late 1700's or early 1800's Thanks!
red mail BURNLEY
SEARCHING FOR JAMES BURNLEY BORN 1841 HE MARRIED A ELIZABETH BAINES
red mail ELLIS/HODGSON
My grandfather Harry Ellis was born in 1902 in Alverthorpe and married Annie HODGSON who passed away in 1937 leaving 4 children, the youngest Dora, being my mother. Although I have managed to trace the Ellis' back quite a way, I know very little about my maternal grandparents, and next to nothing of the HODGSONS, other than my g uncle Fred who was for many years a male nurse in Wakefield. Any info no matter how small will be most gratefully received. Many thanks in anticipation. Dee.
red mail NEED HELP
Am looking for anyone interested in Milner, Gill, Robinson or Giggle. My Joseph Milner married Mary Gill in 1837 and their son Thomas married Nancy Robinson son of George Robinson and Hannah Giggle.
red mail MILNER/ROBINSON/GIGGAL
Am looking for information for Joseph Milner who married Nancy Robinson. Her father George Robinson married someone called Giggal (not sure of spelling) can anyone help.
red mail Searching for Maud Hughes / Williamson
I am searching for Maud Mary Elizabeth Hughes born in 1891 possibly in Staffordshire. The family were known to live on the Grove in Stanley west yorkshire after 1900. Mauds father was a guardian of the poor. Maud's married name was Williamson. She died around 1925. any information would be very welcome


 
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