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red mail Kiplings of Whipley Moor
John Kipling bn 1746 died 20/2/1814 at Bishop Thornton (Ripley Castle records) within days of his wife Frances Knowles his 3rd wife, previous wife Elizabeth Herrington of Ripley, parish records of BT state that JOHN is the son of THOMAS KIPLING of BOWES but parish records of Bowes says that he died within weeks!! JOHN repaired and made the dry stone walls on Lord Ingleby's estate Please if you know anything contact me and solve my problem and I could probably add some more relatives to your tree
red mail BODDY of Raventofts Mill Farm
My ancestors Galen and Jane (nee RENDER)BODDY and their son John moved to Raventofts Mill Farm in the late 1790s from nearby Sawley. Son John married Elizabeth DAWSON in 1794 and they had a large family. Galen died in 1802. The family were Roman Catholic and founding members of St. Joseph's RC Chapel in Bishop Thornton built in 1809. Contact Patricia
red mail Imeson
my g/father john imeson & my g/mothers brother John clapham both died on the same day of pneumonia on 10 01 1910,has any one any informatiom on this?
red mail family history
any information-relatives and school friends. i lived in the village and went to st joseph's school (1962-1972)
red mail Wright
Looking for info re John Hall Wright born 1851/52. He was a stud groom and he married Sarah Bones in 1873 in Havering.
Waddington
I am searching for any Waddingtons in or around Bishop Thornton about 1800/1850.


 
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