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PATERNAL LINE - Danville, Grassby, Bloomfield, Holt, Millican, Douglas
MATERNAL LINE -Cockrill, Bunting, Cuttill, Singleton, Blacker, Wilkinson I have quite a large family tree, not completely verified, but if I can help anyone, please message me. I am always looking to fill gaps and climb brick walls too :)
Posted: 2021
Stephen Irvine / Irwin
Hi, my partner would like to find his old army mate, Steve Irwin or Irving who came from Hull, possibly Hessle. They were in the Preliminary Education Corps in Corsham, Wiltshire, in the 1960s. Steve had a brother who was a teacher. My partner is 73 now & lives in Sheffield. It would be great to have some info so that I can put them in touch with each other. Thanks, Linda & David.
Posted: 2020, Member logged in: 2021
HUGILL or variants (HEWGILL etc)
Mary HUGILL (born c.1812-1814) and George HUGILL (born c.1816, a joiner) were both born at Hull, Yorkshire (maybe brother and sister). Both eventually ended up at Stockton-on-Tees, Co.Durham, where Mary HUGILL married John PEACOCK. George's 2nd marriage certificate says that his father was Joseph HUGILL, also a joiner. If you have information about the birth/baptism, parents or siblings of Mary and George HUGILL, or any HUGILL who was a joiner or carpenter, please contact me (Judy).
Posted: 2020, Member logged in: 2021
Hugenots in Yorkshire
Does anyone know about the Hugenots, who may have come from France to Yorkshire in about the 1600s. particulary to South Cave. near Hull. with the name of Bellard, ( could be pronounced Bayyard in French, any Inf. appreciated,
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Ann Boothby
Looking for any information related to Ann Boothby. I have a christening date as 21st August 1699 and she married Thomas Scott 19th May 1725. They had one son named Thomas, born 16th February 1737/38 and died 11th July 1809. Can't seem to get get any further so any help out there would be much appreciated.
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2021
Joshua Dawson
I'm trying to find the baptism record/birth place of Joshua Dawson. Born about 1814 Yorkshire. All the census I have says he was born in Kingston upon Hull. He married Margaret Gask(e) in 1839 in Hull. On the marriage cert his father is stated as "the late John Dawson" occupation - tailor. Joshua was also a tailor. Can anyone help me find Joshua's baptism record and the name of his mother. Also the names of any siblings Joshua had. One other problem, I can't find Joshua, Margaret and family on the 1861 census. By 1871 he became a grocer in North Myton, Kingston upon Hull. Other families related to the Dawson's are Galsworthy, Pattinson and Bristow. Thanks Maxine
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2021
Bellard
Are there any Families in Bradford with my Surname Bellard. I was born in Hull where there a quite a few, also many in France and the USA,....Alfred left Hull in the early 1850s. with his Father for New York, later Alfred joined the Northern Armies in the civil war....1861-1865. A book was written using Alfred"s notes and sketches which were found in an attic a few years ago, the book " Going for a Soldier " gives a very interesting insight into life in the war, are any of us related ? I"m trying to find out.......also there were Bellard"s in South Cave, nr. Hull in the 1600-1700s. there is a book at the Libraries called.." GOODS AND CHATTELS " ...and to my wyfe, I leave my best cow ! was in one of the Wills, and a Sir Richard Bellard was mentioned ! ..... A few years ago I used to write to a Lady in Pakuranga, New Zealand, who left Bradford in the 1950s. for N. Zealand, I lost touch ith her when I moved address,....any inf. appreciated.
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2021
Plane crash into house, 1943. Broadly.
Does anyone remember a plane crashing into a house on Wold Road, Hull in about 1943 ? There were rumours that 2 British, or Polish airmen were aboard the plane, one was apparently found in the bath.... some of the family were at the pictures I believe, one person a young man. ( a friend/ neighbour was in the house, and not injured. we lived on Moorehouse Road,a tenfoot between M. Road, and W.Road. I was about 6 or 7 yrs. old. The plane almost clipped our chimney top, we thought we"d had it ! any information appreciated. Ken .
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2021
red mail GEORGE AND HENRY LEAD
Has any body these two names please in their family tree last heard of near Hull was told near Gilberdike as fishermen GEORGE LEAD B. APPROX 1882 LONDON HENRY LEAD B APPROX 1883 LONDON
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2021
Snow
Alfred Bellard ( left Hull in the 1850s. for America, later fought in the American Civil War.( 1861-1864. ) His Father"s name was James who married a lady called Snow. Anyone called Snow may be related. any information aooreciated.
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2021

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