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red mail norfolk of guiseley
thomas norfolk of guiseley is recorded as being buried in guiseley on 31st Oct 1847 age 4 yrs .cant find his birth, does anyone know who has parents were?
red mail annie craven
married arthur norfolk C1906 in guiseley her father was frank craven any info about her ancestors?
red mail Halliday family in Guiseley
Looking for any information on Joseph Halliday Mary Grace Halliday married in 1888 Wharfedale when did Joseph die is he buried in Guiseley is Mary Grace there too? she may have died 1940 ish he died about 1912 ish.There may be a baby John Chandler in same grave. any help appreciated thanks
red mail Townsend Townshend Townend
Hello I am researching John and Christiana Townsend and their children (thought to be Hannah, Mary, Ann, Thomas, James, Elizabeth, John, & Rebecca) who lived in the areas of Esholt, Yeadon, Guisely and Otley in Yorkshire around the late 1770's - 1830's. They attended St Oswalds church in Guiseley. I am also specifically researching Thomas Townsend who may have married a Susannah Long or Susan Long and their child/children thought to be a daughter Sarah. If you are researching the same family (& associated names by marriage) I would be happy to collaborate and share research and information with you. Warmest wishes Holly from Australia
red mail Chew
I am looking for anyone with the name of Chew living in and around Guiseley from 1700 to date - my grandmother was Alice Chew.
red mail Murby
Any information please on Arthur Murby born 1898 guiseley and married Ida Gill in 1920
red mail Frankland
I am researching the Frankland name from Guiseley. Lived in varying placeing including Union Street and Town Street.
red mail Bentley Humpelby
I am researching Bentley. Records we have show Samuel Bentley being married 11 Nov 1787 to Mary Humpelby. Have not been able to get beyond this -any suggestions?
red mail Waite
I am researching the Waite name in Guiseley Please contact me for research details
red mail Adams born 1914
Looking for any info on the above name. Thanks in advance
red mail George William Bland
George Bland was born in Thrapston, Northants and came to live in Guiseley. He married Hannah Hardisty. He was born in 1852. Has anyone any more info on him.
red mail Isaac Hardwick born 1815
This is as far back as I can get with the Hardwick family. He is my great great grandad and was married to Eliza Proctor. He died in 1888 and his grave is in Guiseley Church yard. Can anyone help me to go back further.
I am looking for any relatives or anyone who is connected to the above surname Thanks Dawn
red mail Blesard
I have a lot of information on the Blesard family from Guiseley from C1600 and then from Knaresborough and Bradford. Originally Quakers part of the family left this following C1800. Benjamin and his family moved on to Hipperholme keeping the Quaker way of life. Whereas John and his family moved on to Knaresborough Bardford. A descendant Mary married Christopher Netherwood of Steeton Kildwick
Beckwith Coat-of-Arms
I have been told that there is a Beckwith coat-of-arm displayed somewhere in a church in Guisley. If anyone knows of this or knows of Beckwiths living in Guisley in the 1500-1600s, please reply. Thank yu.
Benjamin Richardson married Elizabeth Harrison in Guiseley in 1815.They had 4 children .John 1815.Robert 1817.Joseph 1820.Hannah 1823 all born Guiseley.Elizabeths was born 1792 in Guiseley father John.
John Dawson looking for parents Bap Guiseley 1770 he married Sarah Womersley 1795 Fox came to Guiseley from Burley in 1894
red mail Re Reading Room & Library
From Cassell's Gazetteer c1896 Guiseley : 1891 Population : 4,079 - Has in the Town Hall a reading room and library.

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