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red mail SARAH ALDERSON
I AM LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ON SARAH ALDERSO WHO WAS MARRIED TO JAMES WARBURTON. THEY HAD A SON BORN 1841 WILLIAM WARBURTON
Wharton
My great grand parents came to New Zealand in the 1870s. I am wanting to find people with the same surname who live in the area and any information anyone might have about this family.They were William and Elizabeth and had a daughter, Emily, who died in childhood. She is buried in Batley. They brought with them their 2 sons, John Thomas (who was my grandfather) and Albert.
red mail Teale
i am looking for any info on a Fountain inn pub on King St batley carr i believe my g grandad was the landlord a whitham Teale
red mail Naylors of Batley Carr
Does anyone have any information on the Naylor family in Batley Carr that would have had a conneciton to the Shepherd family of the wakefield area. specificly, Willoughby who moved to Oldham Lancashire, Charlotte who married John Ellis, Robert? a letter referred to aunt Naylor of Batley Carr. please contact me thanks shelley
red mail carr hotel batley
I am looking for somthing to do with the carr hotel my older sister was married to the landlords son John in 1949. the father was know as plonk Rhodes he or his son played rugby for batley.i was only about 9 at the time so have only bits of memory. remmber his dad was in a weelchair he had polio, dose eny one remmber them or the pub think it now flats ect thanks.
Dyson
My father and his family lived for many years in Batley Carr. His parents were classed as "Deaf &Dumb" My Fathers name was Norman Dyson
Robinson
looking for family of Fred Robinson(b1877)groomsman, wife lily & daughter Margaret(b1900)last known address 41 Bradford Rd, Batley Carr <1927>. PS I live in South Australia if anyone needs help with local knowledge
red mail harold scatcherd
have info on above, licensee of Commercial Hotel Batley Carr, and his family, around 1912-14- also some on his father, Ben Scatcherd, chemist, who was said to have been imprisoned after dispensing a prescription whilst under the influence of alcohol. According to my 91 yr old aunt, he may have gone to armley gaol in Wake field, but I have not been able to verify that yet.
red mail House History
I am searching the history of my house. The house and the surrounding area was sold in 1901 by Anne Wharton to messrs Kilburn. I have traced back to 1836 when the area was owned by J. Wharton, The building became two cottages in 1901 previously it had been a warehouse. I am trying to find out what the warehouse was used for. Has anyone any ideas please. Anne married into the Wharton family, she married Frederick Wharton in 1873 before that she was known as Anne Hirst Fozzard daughter of Abraham and Martha Fozzard of Batley Carr. Around 1850 surrounding properties were owned by J. Wharton, Joseph Wharton, Christopher Wharton, Josh Wharton, Jno Machill and W. Rhodes


 
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