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red mail Clements family in Guisborough
I have a great many Clements family members in my tree but still looking for more anyone wanting to share info please contact me thanks Dave
red mail Marriage
My Great Grandfather William Henry Smith Married Mary Sarah Baxter at the Parish Church Guisborough in November 1869.I am trying to find out William Smiths mothers name.
red mail Sutcliffe Family
My Sutcliffe family came to Guisborough between 1907 - 1914 Head is John Henry Sutcliffe and wife is Mary Ann (Smith). They came from the Castleford area to here in search of work, and then returned afterwards. John Henry was a miner and the family lived at Belmont Street. They gave birth to Lily, Ada and Florence whilst in Guisborough.
red mail Haydon at Ironstone Mine c1879
Can anyone give me some information about the old Ironstone Mine near Guisborough? My great grandfather Richard John Haydon moved from Cornwall to Yorkshire in around 1879/80 to find work at the ironstone mine, by 1885 his wife Selina came up to live with him in Brotton, where my grandfather Thomas Henry Haydon was born in 1885. The family returned to Cornwall in 1891. Thanks, Robert
red mail Willans/Willens
I am searching for details of the parents of Joseph Charles Willans or Willens, whose birth was registered in Guisborough in the first quarter of 1898. Both versions of the surname seem to have been used in the family. I am also interested in details of his siblings. They may not have lived in Guisborough itself, but somewhere in the surrounding area.
red mail massey
I am looking for info on the massey family.Violet georgina massey was born in guisborough in 1909 she married richard davies in 1931 in middlesbrough.Her parents were called george massey (1889) sarah a (doolan 1888/9) massey
Cooper, Postgate
Looking for anyone with connection/information on either or both of the above names. My gt gm Louisa Cooper was born 1875 in Guisborough, Yorkshire. She had 3 sisters – Isabella, Lily and Florence. Her father was Thomas Cooper, b. 1847 Guisborough who married Sarah Garbutt. Thomas was landlord of the Red Lion Inn, Church Street in 1881, and the Golden Lion Inn, Market Place in 1891. Thomas’s father was Aaron Cooper a carpenter/joiner who married Alice (unknown). Apart from Thomas I believe they had 4 other children – John, Ann, Mary and Alice. Louisa married George Edward Read in 1901 in Kent, and Florence married Richard Postgate in 1909. If anyone has any info they can add, I would be very grateful.
red mail snow wheatley familys
looking for wiliam snow born 1866 devon married hannah wheatley born 1874 chester-le street had 2 children jane born 1896 born guisborough aslo son date of birth unknown any info would be helpfull wiliams father was also william hannahs father was george
red mail Whitehead
I am looking for family information for Joseph Whitehead, born 1814, Guisborough. Worked as a firman on George Stephenson's "Locomotion" in 1825. Emigrated to Canada in 1850, was member of the Parliament of Canada for Huron North 1867-1872.
red mail Burnside, Burnsides, Bradley
I am seeking any information on a Mary Burnside b 1831 probably in Guisborough though may be recorded as Hovingham. I would particularly like to know of a marriage or her whereabouts after 1851. I would also like to know more about Mary Bradley found on the 1861 census in Guisborough, with huband James b c1822 Coxwold and son Joseph b 1857 Guisborough. I am wondering if these 2 Marys are the same person.

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