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I am trying to find further information about Margaret. She was born c1890 in Hebden Bridge, Yorkshire. Her parents were William and Ellen Ann nee KITCHEN.
red mail Sowden/crossland
I am very interesred in hearing from anybody who knew the above names. the Sowdens were blacksmiths ,except for my g/fth William and the crossland who were stonemasons and branched out in the 20c. It is the 20c, decendants i would like to contact.
red mail Crossley (or mabe Cropley) family early 1800s
I am looking for information on the family of Thomas Crossley (sometimes appeared as Cropley). He eventually settled in Burnley, Lancashire, where he married Ruth and had at least one child, Grace. However, he was born in Hebden Bridge in around 1817. Any help would be much appreciated.
red mail ethel mary smith
i am looking for ethel mary smith born 1915 in hebden bridge parents were fanny and edwin smith they lived at 25 high street hebden bridge also ethelmarys cousins clara smith and jack smith born in 1915 and 1917 parents were william norman and ethel smith nee slinger they lived at 2 back high street
red mail Edward Thomas, Toffees
Edward Thomas made toffees (I understand) around Hebden Bridge just before and after WW2. His wife was Sally, one daughter Rachel probably now in her 60s, one son Gwynfor, another daughter name forgotten. Edward died of TB after going to a sanatorium in his native Wales. Sally and children went to live in Hove, Sussex. What was the firm called? Where did they live? Any information welcome, can't find them in the telephone books of that time.
red mail John Hey c1810
Married Elizabeth Norcliff 11/6/1832 John died 11/6/1832 they had 3 children before he died. looking for John's parents
red mail Greenwood Pickles
was my great grandfather. His wife was Emma. We think he was born around 1850-60. They lived at Hebden Bridge and I believe Greenwood was a weaver in the mill. They are buried at Slack Top, we hope to visit the grave when we come to England in September. Is there more than one church at Slack Top? Greenwood Pickles was friendly with Keir Hardie, the founder of the English labour movement. His children included Alice and Lottie and a few other children who died young. Does anyone have cemetery records for Slack Top? Any other information appreciated. Thanks, Kate
red mail Dewhirst
James Dewhirst b 1810 married Rhoda Rushworth 1832 Mother Sally Greenwood
red mail pickles-eastwood
looking for family of gladys pickles married to earnest eastwood from the hebden bridge area , rumoured to be a pianist in a band
red mail Rudman
looking for anyone that has any info on the "Rudman" family, living in and around Hebden Bridge, (1890) ish?? and still to present day!.Anything would be most grateful. thanx
red mail Reynolds
Searching for relatives of Joseph Amil Reynolds. He was born 12 -11- 1876 in 29 Albert St. Northowram Halifax Yorkshire. He was first married to Mary Ellen Helliwell then left her for Ethel Walton and moved to Wales. If you have any info please get in touch. Joanne
red mail Fielding
looking for any information at all on Thomas FIELDING Merchant (possibly Corn) Born around 1825 in Hebden bridge area possibly Heptonstall. Or info on his son Albert who married a Sarah Ellen Jackson in 875.
Currie, Annie Elizabeth 1884
Annie was born in 1884, father was Alexander Currie, occupation -tailor mother was Emily Currie formerly Moses. I am trying to find any others of the same names. Annie Elizabeth married my grandfather in London surname Moran in 1902. They lived
red mail Halsall-Horrocks
Looking for descendants of Mary Ellen Halsall and William Horrocks. Mary Ellen born 12 Mar 1881 in Prescot, Lancs. Married William Horrocks in Feb 1903 at the Dawson Creek Mission Heptonstall. Mary Ellen died 13 Nov 1960 at Hebden Bridge.
red mail Conveyance Of The Estate Of Thomas Sayer, 1785
This lengthy document, of which I hold an original copy, lists farms, fields and other lands in the Hebden Bridge area, late the property of Thos. Sayer of Halifax. Tenants are also named, as follows - Wm. Wordsworth, John Appleyard, Richard Patchett, Luke Crossley, Thomas Foster, Ben. Patchett, Mary Cockcroft, Sam. Earnshaw, Abraham Halliwell,Henry Dugdale, George Green, John Wilkinson, Joseph Riley, Grace Baldwin, Sam. Rhodes, Rich. Sutcliffe, James Moses, John Marchant, John Saltonstall, MarkSutcliffe, James Patchett, Mary Halliwell. Rights and responsibilities of tenants are also set out.
red mail Drs Lawson
Looking for information on Dr Joseph Lawson and his son, Dr Garnet Lawson who both practised in Hebden Bridge in the late 1880s (both born in Ireland).
red mail Greenwood/shaw/brown
Names: Greenwood Shaw Brown
Sutcliffe And Conley - Hebden Bridge
Frank Sutcliffe married Ellen Conley (unfortunately at this moment I can only guess when) about 1897ish. They had the following children: Sarah Ellen, May, Frank, Agnes, Walter and Tommy from about 1899-1900. Any information appreciated.

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