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red mail Longstaff, Ann
Looking for information about Ann Longstaff who died sometime after March 1827.
red mail CLEMENT WALKER
My 3x gt grandfather was Clement Walker, ch. 11.10.1778 Guisborough. He grew up to be a hairdresser & later was a Chelsea Pensioner. He married Mary Ann Nossiter on 5.6.1829 in Whitby but this is all I know of him. Please can anyone supply any further details.
red mail HALLIDAY
Mary (nee Illingworth) born Bowling, Bradford m. William HALLIDAY (HALIDAY/HOLIDAY)of Farnley near Leeds at unknown location bef. 1862. Lived Guisborough (census 1871). Married William ALLENDER before 1881 census Guisborough. Anyone with any more info re death William HALLIDAY or either of these marriages of Mary's, gratefully received. Two daughters known of, one per marriage.
red mail MOTHERSILL
my grandfather alfred james mothersill and his wife agnes came from guisborough. they had 2 sons and lived at 11 chaloner st. my great grandfather's name was john, but we can not find any further info on him, can anyone help.
red mail Looking for info on Harriet Ann Wilson
Looking for info on Harriet Ann Wilson who married Joseph Thomas, their second son John Henry was born 25.8.1874 in Guisborough. They came to New Zealand on 7.12.1875 aboard the ship Waitangi, sailing from Cornwall. Can anyone help please.
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red mail Botanist At Kew Gardens
From The Century Cyclopedia of Names 1895 John Gilbert Baker was born at Guisborough Yorks 13th January 1834. An English botanist, he became assistant curator of the herbarium of the Royal Gardens at Kew in 1866, and in 1882 Lecturer and demonstratorin botany to the Apothecaries Company.
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From Cassell's Gazetteer c1896 Guisborough : 1891 Population : 6,138 - Has a Mechanics Institute of 1862 and Temperance Hall of 1871.
red mail Slapewath Cottage
My ggggrandfather John Oliver was recorded as coming originally from Guisborough, Slapewath Cottage. Wife: Mary Ann Unknown. 9 children: Mary Ann, Annie, George, John, Thomas, James L., Deus Stolheld (?!), Eveline, William. No dates known except on William (1824-1883), my gggrandfather. John & family apparently moved to Wheatbottom, Crook Parish, County Durham; moving date unknown.

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