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red mail Doughty family
I'm seeking help to identify a great-aunt by marriage whose name was Susannah Georgina Doughty and who was born about 1875. At her marriage to John Joseph Hope in Cumbria in 1915 her father's name was recorded as Mark Doughty (deceased) occupation sea-captain. This is my brick wall. The only Mark Doughty I can find in census and BMD material with a daughter Susannah of about the right age, lived at 40, Low Row, Wilton in the Guisborough district with his wife and family in 1881. He was an iron stone miner who was born at St. Faith, Norfolk in or about 1835. His wife Rebecca and children, James, Robert, Mary Ann, Elizabeth and Susannah were also born in Norfolk. James (born 1859) married in Yorkshire and became a farmer. Robert (born 1862) became an iron stone miner there and shortly after the 1881 census was taken he joined the British Army for about 6 or 7 years. Mary Ann (born 1857) went into service. I don't know what happened to Elizabeth (born 1870), but I suspect Susannah (born 1874) went to work in the household of Esther Riley of Ewood Hall, Midgley, in the West Riding by 1891. At this time her brother Robert was working as butler to the Daniell family, St. George, Hanover Square, in London. Robert married in London then emigrated to the USA. Did Susannah follow her brother Robert to London and go into service there? Do I have the right Susannah? I wonder if anyone has any leads. (Mark Doughty died in January 1906 in the Guisborough district.) Carolyn.
red mail hughes
trying to find details of great grandfather John Hughes b 1854.married Rachel Garth Langley at Guisborogh in 1887 census details him as born in Foxtown Mayo ironstone miner any info most welcome Dave
red mail Walton/Dewing/Bo(u)lton,/Wright, Guisborough
I should like to contact anyone researching any of the above. David
red mail Guisborough - Henry Lisle
Looking for any information on the family of HENRY LISLE. He was a Woolen Draper who Died 15th day of January 1664:he had THREE sons and five daughters. The bulk of his estate went to his firstborn son Morris, and his other children received £150 each. The Will was Proved at York (Cleveland Deanery) on the 8th day of May 1668. Church Briefs reveal that he was a wealthy trader and that he had lost more than £4000 through "fire and shipwracke". His name is inscribed on a silver chalice in the Parish Church where he was a Churchwarden. There is also another Henry Lisle died in Whitby 1713 and his Will was Proved at York (Cleveland Deanery). Believed to be a Cotten Merchant. Are the two linked?
red mail Richardson Guisborough
Richardson, John b. 1840 Martin,Yorkshire,England d. Guisborough Dixon, Ann b. 1844 Harrogate,Yorkshire,England
Guisborough
Seeking any information on Hannibal and Christiana Swales (Nee Stephenson) they lived in Guisborough as did their son Richard Swales.On the 1881 census Hannibal and Christiana both aged 72 are living at 71 Church Street. There are several Stephenson families living close by, Richard Stephenson and his family are at number 43 Church street, Hannibal Stephenson and his family at 41 and Francis Swales and his family at 39 Church Street. Hannibal and Christiana Swales died within a few months of each other in 1894 and are both buried in Guisborough. I would love to hear from anyone who has any information on either the Swales or Stephenson families of Gusiborough. Many thanks.
red mail Bailey
looking for any information on the Bailey family in Guisborough from Charles Wm Bailey, born 1862, 93 New Road Guisbrough any information or link to this family, many thanks
red mail Keeler, Nicholas, Ogilvie
On the 1911 census my grandmother Frances Harriet Nicholas was living in Hargrave Street, Little Coates, Grimsby and was housekeeper to blacksmith Robert Ogilvie. At that time she had her 4 children living with her. Phyllis Nora(9), William Frederick (6), Ena Mary (4) and Frances Helen (1 yr). I am trying to find information regarding Frances Helen Nicholas I believe she married John T Keeler in Guisborough in 1924. I am particularly interested in tracing the whereabouts of my grandmother after 1911. If anyone has any information on this family I would love to hear from you.
red mail Milburns in Guisborough
Hi. I have a marriage certificate of my great grandparents Thomas Milburn b 28/8/1851 Guisborough and Jane Ann Abraham born 7/6/1852 Guisborough, they married at the Parish Church Guisborough 19/12/1871. One of the witnesess was a Henry Miburn i am trying to find out who he was as he does not appear on my tree. Can anyone help please. Terry
red mail Pearson Loftus Yorkshire
Looking for info on a Robert Pearson born around 1893 in or around Loftus his father was William mother unknown many thanks

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