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Looking for Aaron Robinson 1736-1764 married Elezabeth Chapman (1740-1765?). There may have been a brother Edward Robinson b 1735. Aaron"s parents may have been Edward Robinson B1711 who married an Elisabeth Wetherill. Any help would be greatly appreciated
red mail John Pawson, 1737-1806, early Methodist minister
Looking for family connections of John Pawson to later generations of Pawson family. John was baptized 13 Nov 1737, Thorner; his father was John.
red mail Shepherd
My gg grandfather Job Shepherd was born 1831 in Thorner his parents William Shepherd and Ruth Dalby. Anybody got this line? I would like to find out more about William.
red mail JEWITT Thomas c1640-1699
Seeking parentage of the Thomas Jewitt of Scarcroft who married Elizabeth Fawcett of Long Marston in 1662 at Thorner. They baptised 3 children in the parish church here, and both were buried here in 1699
red mail JEWITT Thomas 1669-1723
Thomas Jewitt was bapt in Thorner in 1669 and married some-one called Francis. It is the marriage I am seeking. They baptised 5 children in torner and both were buried here, the surname then being spelled Jowit.
red mail PRESTON Thomas c1733-1803
Seeking parents/baptism of Thomas Preston who married Elizabeth Jewwet at Thorner in 1760, baptised 7 children here 1761 to 1783 including my ancestor Nathaniel, and was buried here in 1803. One possibility is the Thomas bapt in Leeds St Peter to John in 1734 but how to make the connection?
red mail THOMPSON
Robert Thompson born 1837 in Thorner Father Richard mother Hannah ? married Ann Gilverthorpe in Doncaster 1866, In 1881 Robert and Ann were living leeds.If you have any information on Robert and his family I would be very gratefull.

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