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Kitching, Stephenson, Steven, Severs
I recently found info on my gtx2 grandfather's 1st marriage to Lydia Simpson in 1840, in Aiskew. He was Christopher Stephenson (misspelt as Stevenson), b. 1816 & she was b. 1820. Lydia died in 1852 & I've found they had 3 children, Robert (1845), Elizabeth (148) & Lydia (1850). I think that Robert died young & can't trace Elizabeth. Lydia went to live with Nathan & Jane Gale, her aunt & uncle, as Christopher couldn't look after such young children alone. Lydia married (William) Ambrose Kitching in 1870. He came from Well & was a stonemason. They had 13 children & I'd love to learn more about them & their families. Their daughter, Sarah, may have married Richard Severs. Thanks
Posted: 2020, Member logged in: 2021
CARRICK FAMILY from SNAPE
Seeking details of Graham Carrick, last known address in Saltaire, near Keighley, West Yorkshire, but originating from Snape in North Yorkshire. Graham's parents ran their own fruit and vegetable business, trading at various markets throughout North and West Yorkshire. Graham attended Bedale School and Northallerton Grammar School in the 1970's. He did work, at one stage, for the Bradford & Bingley Building Society. Any information for school reunion.
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Peacock Family - Snape & Stockton, Middlesborough
I have a few details about Peacock family members born (or lived) in & around Snape, Nth Yorks. Nicholas Peacock (c.1786); John Peacock (b.1819; Snape); Margaret Peacock (b.1818; Snape); Elizabeth Peacock (c.1820) married William Brown (wool comber). They had a son, Thomas Brown (b.Oct 3, 1841; Snape). Thomas Brown later moved to Stockton, Middlesborough & by 1871 was a Railway Plate Layer, living in Stockton St, with his wife & family. For any further details contact me & I can let you know what I have.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2020
red mail CECILY (Smith)
Has anyone got a Cecily born 1822/3 in Snape, in their tree? My Cecily married John Smith from Misson, Notts. I am stuck until I can find her surname. Anyone help?
red mail Isabella Kirby
looking for the bap of Isabella Kirby circa 1722 d/o John Kirby a labourer of Snape. She marr John Cheeseborough at Well in 1750. Val
red mail Boynton, Snape
I am a direct descendant of the Boynton family of Snape. Marmaduke c.1751. Marr. Dorothy Wass, Catterick 1781, then settled in Thrintoft, family there for over 100 years. Spelling changed c.l857 to Boyington.
red mail Hewson of Snape
HI Looking for anyone with connections to the Hewson family of Snape, or variants. My direct line ancestors were from Snape since before 1800, variants include Hewison, Hewitson, Huson, Heweson. Eve
red mail snape yks
I am a direct descendant of the Garthwaite family from Snape Yks.from 1742-1946
red mail Any Hare (Airey) Connections
William HARE (AIREY) lived in Snape from 1800 to his death in 1849. He used the AIREY surname in the earlier part of his life before changing to HARE! He was a tailor by occupation. Anybody with connections to this ancestor please get in touch
red mail Snape, North Riding, Yorks.
Looking for members of Garthwaite family from about 1750 to 1850.


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