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red mail Sharp Long Preston
Researching the family of Thomas Sharp (b Horton in Ribblesdale) a farmer in Long Preston.
red mail Buntin Skipton
looking for info re my mother, Evelyn Margaret Buntin. Siblings Jack, Clifford,Sheila,Winefred(dec)Her mother Ethel,her father Joseph. There are more siblings. Mothers birthdate 1917,She worked in "Melias" grocery shop during the war.
red mail WHIPP family - Skipton Skipton
Looking for information on Clara WHIPP (b 1878 Skipton) - her father William WHIPP (b c1850) Barnoldswick - his father William WHIPP (b c 1811) Barnoldswick. Would like to know who Williams father is? Also love to fill in all the gaps! Anyone out there have WHIPP's in their family tree from Barnoldswick?
red mail Taylor Cracoe
James Rawlinson Taylor b1881 parents are Thomas Taylor and Margaret (Rawlinson)
red mail Wm & Alice Ellis Airton
The Quaker couple, William and Alice Ellis founded the Airton Friends Meeting House. There is a published book "THE LIFE AND CORRESPONDENCE OF WILLIAM AND ALICE ELLIS", does anyone have any further information about this interesting couple?
red mail Hirst in Skipton and Embsay Skipton
Researching the Hirst family which lived around Skipton between 1720 and 1820. The first record of them is the marriage of Edward Hirst and Elizabeth Biker/Byker in July 1748. They had 9 children, most of whom married. Edward was a weaver, then a farmer. They appeared to have lived in Embsay for most of their lives. I have not been able to find any information about Edward Hirst's baptism. Would be grateful for any other information on the family, and especially about finding Edward's baptism.
red mail Catterson Family in Skipton Skipton
I am collecting as much information as possible about Louis (Lewis) Pantin (gent.) married at Skipton, N. Yorkshire, on January 20, 1793, to GRACE CATTERSON
red mail Birch/Biddles Skipton
Looking for relatives of Benjamin and Elizabeth Birch, my nan was their daughter Emma, i remember a Peggy, Tom Joe Kathleen Frank and Joe,my Dad Peter Biddles was born in Skipton does any body know about the family.
red mail Walter Morrison (1836-1921) Malham
The Malhamdale Local History Group are currently undertaking a project to bring together more information about this generous local and national benefactor, who was particularly active in supporting the Arts and Education. As an MP he proposed the first Proportional Representation bill and was a loyal supporter of the Co-Operative movement and Women's Suffrage. His country home was at Malham Tarn and we are hoping to find out much more, so if you have any anecdotes, pictures, documents or other information about Walter Morrison, please get in touch.
red mail Parish records Kirkby Malham
If you are researching Malhamdale families, I have access to the records of St Michael the Archangel 1597-1960 as well as an extensive archive of other material for all the townships which make up Malhamdale. I also maintain a large collection of family pedigrees for local families. I'm always happy to assist and exchange information.

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