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Ingleby Greenhow Yorkshire, North Riding
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Sarah HEBBRON b1863
Looking for information on what happened to Sarah, born 1863 to Samuel and Mary Ann (nee EDEN). Sarah married Peter GORDON, a forester and widower originally from Gretna Green in Dumfriesshire, in 1908. They had no children. Peter had previously married Sarah WOOD in 1897 and had four children before Sarah's death in 1905: George Henry (1898 in Cavan, Ireland - 1968, possibly Huddersfield); Dorothy Hilda J (1900 at Meltham, Yorkshire - 1984, possibly Manchester); Violet Ellen May (1901 in Wadhurst, Sussex - 1990 in Oldham, Lancashire); and Sidney (1903-1905). Sidney died in infancy and Hilda never married. However, George Henry married Hannah H WHITEHEAD and had at least two children, and Dorothy married George TAYLOR and also had at least two children. With any luck, there are descendants. All the indications are that Gordon and Sarah migrated to the Manchester or Oldham areas. Does anyone know what happened to them?
Posted: 2021
red mail Jack TAYLOR
Does anyone have any information about the above, who lived in a cottage in the parish from the 1870s to at least the 1930s and was a gardener on the de L'Isle and Dudley estate? I believe he was the son of Jonathan TAYLOR, a farm bailiff in the parish, and born c1875.
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Hebron / Hebbron
Interested in the HEBRON or HEBBRON family who migrated back to the parish from Hutton Rudby sometime in the 1860s and become tenants of several farms including West Wood Farm and High Farm between then and around 1920. William and Mary with sons George and Richard seem to have leased one farm while two other sons of the family, James and William, leased another. None of the sons seem to have married but I have been told that someone connected with the HEBRON family was a gamekeeper on Lord de L'Isle & Dudley's estate at Ingleby Manor in the 1930s. William HEBRON was the son of Samuel HEBRON or HEBBOURNE, a wheelright, who had migrated from Ingleby Greenhow to Hutton Rudby C1780. The HEBBOURNE or HEBBURNE family had been resident in Ingleby Greenhow since the early 17th century, if not earlier, but seems to have died out in the parish by the 1840s.
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Smith.....Ingleby Greenhow
John Smith 1838 Think these were his brothers and sisters.MARY 1837..WILLIAM 1839.... GEORGE 1841. Parents THOMAS and MARY about 1811 Any information would be great. John was my great grandfather and married Elizabeth Orton Many thanks
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2016
red mail BOVILL - Ingleby
**BOVILL family from Raphe BOVELL b. circa. 1580 in Ingleby Greenhow, to Mary BOVILL d. 1833 in nearby Kildale. CARTER, CLARK, HARRISON, RUDD, WALKER and WATSON are associated families. **Unrelated to the above but also from Ingleby Elizabeth TOY b. 1851 in Ingleby, dau of Samuel TOY and Elizabeth nee MAVINS. Elizabeth was b. Ingleby dau. of John MAVINS and Ann aka Nancy (nee HUGILL).
red mail Hunt Family
Looking for the Hunt Family 1639-1718,Elizabeth Hunt born 1718, married Thomas Watson 1740
My Great Great Grandparents Joshua Mello b1808 and Ann Mello (nee Watson) b1820 are buried in the churchyard at Ingleby Greenhow. On the Memorial it states his home as Marton Moor House, does anyone know this?
red mail Jonathan Hart
I am researching family of Jonathan Hart who taught school in Ingleby-Greenhow in 1856. He married Margaret Taylor who served as his housekeeper while he lived at the school. Any info welcome!

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