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Anne GRASBY m to George McTURK  Oct 2007 (123557)
We dont have parents for Anne but her Marriage 07 Mar 1788 was in South Cave George McTURK came from Scotland Arrived in S Cave 1788 at New Village Helped in digging the Market Weighton Canal Provided South Cave with first piped water He had a brother James McTurk Publican of Newport ( first one )Turks Head George & Anne had 9 children and the last son George Gladston McTURK was a Solicitor in the area and Bradford, West Riding one.
Welch, Welsh, Whitworth  Mar 2005 (51787)
William Welch / Welsh married Ann Whitworth at South Cave 1803. Ann Whitworth born at South Cave 1777. William and Ann Welch were in Scarborough when their daughter Eliza born 1808, and they had several children christened at the Particular Baptist Chapel in Scarborough. Can anyone with access to parish records confirm these facts, and can anyone tell me about Particular Baptists in E Yorks?

 
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