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Walker twins born 1943
I'd love some help with this puzzle (and it would save me buying certificates!) - two boys were born in Howden registration district in 4th quarter of 1943. Geoffrey Walker and John Walker, mother's maiden name Jarred. I'm guessing they were twins and I also think both died in infancy. Does anyone know of a grave for these two - or can shed any light on their parents? Any help greatly appreciated. I think their father was John Emmerson Walker, an aircraft engineer.
Posted: 2017, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Auty from Crowle or Howden
Looking for any information on the parents of Ann Auty born about 1775 in Crowle Lincolnshire who married John Palmer on 12 June 1803 at St Oswalds Church Crowle. i believe they lived in Howden Yorkshire after their marraige. They are my 5th great grandparents. UPDATE now have Richard Auty born 1749 in Crowle and married to Hannah Foster born abt 1748 as Ann Autys parents. Any details on them would be great. Terri Brisbane Australia
Posted: 2010, Contact email reconfirmed: 2020
red mail armstrong
I'm beginning a search on my father-in-law Ted Armstrong, born in Howden 1916. He had a brother Stuart and a sister Joan. His father Alan was a tailor. Any information at this stage is welcome
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2020
Penrose
I am trying to find the baptism c1820/21 of my Gt.Gt.Grandmother Charlotte Penrose. According to the censuses she was born in Howden but I have not been able to find her baptism despite extensive searching. Her parents were John Penrose and Mary nee Mason; I have found her brothers and sisters baptisms but not Charlotte. There was a Charlotte Penrose born in the 1830s who may have been her neice. Charlotte moved to North London to work and married Peter Beckett there and I have traced her family in London. Any help would be much appreciated. Thank you.
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Bayles
See under Laxton, a village near Howden, for BAYLES family details.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Pindar
My great grandmother was Ellen Harriet (or Harriet Ellen) Pindar (or Pinder) and she was born in Howden in about 1842 - if this rings any bells please let me know - thanks
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Leaper
John Leaper, b.c1731, married Elizabeth Smith in 1757, I think at Howden, where the Leapers lived. Beyond John was John Leaper of Barmby, b.c1662 who md. Ann Butler in 1687. The Howden Leapers later came to Hull. Other surnames include Dawson, Calvert, Oxtoby, Shaw, Priestley, Denton, Brown, Oliver, Mumby, Taylor, Ho(u)ldsworth and Gould on the way to my generation. Any help appreciated.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Dalby family of Howden
Interested in any information on the family of David Dalby b1740 and Elizabeth Cade, and of his brother John dalby and wife Sarah. Both were farmers in villages near Howden. In return I have plenty of info to share.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Borton and Burton family and Jackson
I am looking for any one researching the Borton or Burton family. Also I am looking for anyone researching the family of William Jackson and his wife Ann (nee Borton) who farmed in Gransmoor in the the late 1700s and early 1800s
Posted: 2005, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Durham and Scruton
I'm interested in the above names, especially any Durhams with the middle name of Tennyson. Does this ring any bells?

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