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Parents of Jane Smith
I am looking to find more about the parents of Jane Smith, who was born 6/4/1856 in Leeds, Chrstnd 10/7/1856 at Leeds St Peter. Her parents are shown as William and Emma, and in 1861 they lived in Regent St. Leeds, by 1871 the family had moved to Northowram, Halifax and the census shows a visitor Sarah Ellinson described as sister in law to the head of the house....I would have thought that this was Emma's maiden name, but I have not been able to find any more details on Emma or her husband William Smith. Can anyone help please with birth, marriage, death or any other facts regarding Jane's parents please. Thanks, Brian
Posted: 2021
Seeking parents of George Beckwith - (1815-1887), Leeds, Yorkshire (West Riding), England
Looking for parents of George Beckwith married 1838 to Mary Wilde (1819-1871). Occupation: Registrar - Birth, Death, Marriage. Children: Harriet (b 1840), William Henry (b 1846), Thomas (1850-1915), James Edward (b 1842), George (b 1849). Appears to have remained in Leeds throughout entire life. Second wife- Eleanor.
Post Revised: 2021
red mail glover
looking for information on william glover from hunslet born nov 1906 he married rose bradbrook i have information he lived in hunslet i have lot of info already just trying to find about his life in them days realy x
Posted: 2020, Member logged in: 2021
red mail edwin / edward glover
edwin was married to sarah pervis , he died in 1945 at kingsways football ground bishop auckland co durham,was born infullford yorkshire 1878,trying to find information on how he died at football ground. in his early life he worked at randolph colliery , when he died he was working as a sewerage attendant , any information would be great about how he passed
Posted: 2020, Member logged in: 2021
Busy Bhoyds. Yorkshire Regiment. Joseph Ord.
I am looking to find any info on the 'Busy Bhoyds'. What was the Busy Bhoyds etc. Also Joseph Ord served with the Busy Bhoyds in the Yorkshire Regiment during the 1st world war. That's as much as I know. Grateful for any bit of information. Regards Irene G.
Posted: 2019, Member logged in: 2021
hi iv hit a brick wall with my tree looking for robert maltas born around 1770 need to find his pearants.siblings .he was married to elizibeth spurr( i think in 1795 )he had a son called robert born 1806 ,a daughter sarah born 1798(died age 2) and another son moses(died age 3 ) i have traced robert junior to my grandad but have serched robert elder on lots of sites but no luck hoping someone can help xx
Posted: 2017, Member logged in: 2021
Nurse Victoria Radcliffe
Looking to contact Nurse Victoria Radcliffe, who trained at The Hull Royal Infirmary between Sept 1970 - 1973. Victoria Radcliffe is beleived to have gone to St. James Hospital, in Leeds after completing her training in Hull. Thankyou. Kathleen.
Posted: 2017, Member logged in: 2021
red mail glover /maltas family
hi I'm looking for any information on my family I know most were from leeds 9 but some moved to other parts of leeds some glovers were shop keepers any info please
Posted: 2017, Member logged in: 2021
red mail robshaw
rtying to trace family of my great grandad george t robshaw {1877-1950 } he married alice pease my grandma sarah robshaw married albert maltas have gone back to my great great grandad another thomas other names that have come up are ,lilian pemrose,sarah ann watson,sarah ann broadbent any help please
Posted: 2017, Member logged in: 2021
red mail St Mary's RC Orphanage for Girls Richmond Hill
I am seeking information about St Mary's Orphanage Richmond Hill. Priscilla Hudson dob 1891 and her sisters Maria and Winifred were listed in 1901 census as being there as orphans. Parents Jesse Hudson (1856-1917) and Catherine nee Mcintyre(1855-1904) were listed in 1901 census as living at 69 Westgate Keighley. I believe this was a overcrowded poor area also called the Pinfold. Does anyone understand why the girls would be listed as orphans when parents were still alive? Was St Mary's like a school or alternate workhouse accomdation?
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2021

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