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red mail hunn 1900s Skipton
stanely i believed worked on railways
red mail Aird/thornley Skipton
searching for decendants of edwin glover aird and clara thornley who lived in skipton in 1873 when son herburt was born and again later after 1888 clara died in skipton dont know when and edwin died in 1911 he was a tailor any info pleaseother children include mary 1875 burnley, jennie 1878 manchester, and jessie 1888 ardwick lancs clara also had a illigitamate daughter sarah thornley born 1866 at stanton derby ( my g grandmother)
red mail Procter Skipton
Hartley Procter was 5th child of John and Jane Procter who were farmers, Yealand Farm, he was born 1879 and married in Skipton in 1898. He was my Great grandfather. The other children were William,John,Margaret and Harriet.
red mail Jacques Skipton
looking for descendants of James Jacques, John,Jane and Esther Jacques.Sister Alice died when son 1yr.Old.Last time family recorded together was 1881 census.
red mail Malham, Wilson Elslack
Seeking parents of William Malham of Elslack whose daughter, Katherine, married Thomas Wilson of Staveley Hall, co.Westmorland (1570-1624).
red mail Whaley Winterburn
Winterburn was the home of the WHALEY family in the 17th and early 18th century. Thomas WHALEY, died there 1715; he was heir to his uncle Roger WHALEY of Winterburn, who died there in 1676, but whose father, Thomas WHALLEY, was of Shearbanke, Blackburn, Lancashire, and whose will was dated 1647.
red mail Driver Skipton
John Driver married Elizabeth Hardisty. They had c13 children, Richard Driver was my Grandfather. Any rels. out there to write to me.
red mail Armistead Gargrave
John (Jack) Armistead married Louisa Jane La/onghthorn/e. Any rels. out there to write to me.
red mail Moss Family Horton
James Moss (born Leeds c1804) with wife Maria (b Halifax c1805) had children John, James, (both born Knaresborough) Myra, Alfred, Sarah and Elizabeth (all born Bradford). John Moss and his wife Mary Catherine (nee Foster) had their son Joseph in Horton Bradford in 1849.
red mail Whaley Gargrave
Or WHALLEY. Thomas WHALEY of Winterburn, parish of Gargrave married Lydia FERRAND of Bingley, and was buried at Gargrave in 1715. He was the sole heir to his Uncle Roger WHALEY of Winterburn who had died there 1676. Thomas & Lydia had 10 children, but the only descendants living today, are through his daughter Abigail (1685-1716), the first wife of Christopher INMAN (1693-1737) of Bewerley near Pateley Bridge.

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