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GAMBLE Thomas & Matilda
Thomas Gamble was bap Thorganby 1818. Married Matilda Underwood 1845 Selby Dist. Matilda Underwood bap 1822 Eastrington.
Thomas 22 lived 1841 Census with father Thomas Gamble 58 (farmer)siblings Robert 26, Eliza 19, Isabella 14, John 12, William 7, Sarah 2 @ Riccall.
Thomas Gamble and Matilda Underwood then married and are on 1851 cen @ Riccall Ag Lab with Mary Ann dau 4 and Albert son 2 both born Riccall.
1861 cen @ 74 Hoggath? Hill Cottage, Huntington Ths (Farmer 17 acres) & Matilda with Mary Ann dau 14, Robert son 12, Henry 6 all born Riccall Jane Hannah Gamble 1 born Huntington, York. 1871 cen @ Huntington Ths (Farmer 21 acres)& Matilda with Robert 22 Farmers son, Jane Hannah 11 dau scholar.
1881 81 York Road, Huntington Ths & Matilda Farmer and Market Gardener.
1881 82 York Road, Huntington Thomas Houfe b Kelfied c 1855 Ag Lab wife Jane Hannah Houfe (nee Gamble) Arthur Thomas son 5 mths.
Thomas Houfe and Jane H Gamble are parents to my Great Grandmother Alice Matilda Houfe b Huntington Mar Q 1883 she married George Robert Hall and they lived at Holme On Spalding Moor, E. Yorks all their married lives. Anyone connected to any of these please contact me. Thanks



Posted Jul 2009
Huntington, Yorkshire, North Riding

 



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