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Our Aunt Iris, (nee Bellard } married Tom Allison and lived in Winterton, { 1970s. } We believe Aunt had 2 daughters, we have some family photos they maybe interested to see, maybe they have some too......Believe Tom worked on the Humber Bridge....any information appreciated.
red mail Hall family
I would be interested to hear any information about the Hall family who would seem to have inhabited winterton for at least the whole of the 1800's living in Hart Lane,West St and NorthSt. My great grandfather was Richard born 1831 son of Samuel and elizabeth
red mail Hayton / Driffill / Meggison
Thomas Hayton b. 1814 married Sarah Driffill Meggison and had 4 children all born in Winterton. Millie, Lizzie, James and John. Son Thomas later born in Canada. Love to connect with relatives.
red mail Robinson Bust in & around Winterton
Searching for any information on Robinsons or Busts in Winterton (and Winteringham, etc). In particular, looking info on relatives of Mary and Hannah Bust, Henry and John Robinson. Mystery is John emigrates to Sydney Australia in late 1800s as John Bourne Robinson. He regularly receives mail from his "sisters" Mary Bust (based Scarbor') and Sissy Appleton (The Green, Nettleham) addressed to John Bust. His daughter receives mail addressed to Clarice Bust.
I am searching for details of Joseph Smith born in the year 1800 in Winterton his parents were Thomas Smith and Elizabeth who were married at Winterton. Joseph had brothers John, Thomas and Border all born at Winterton.
red mail Tock (roxby man)
I am looking for William Tock who had a wife called Mary. I have a death cert which says "He died in 1841 aged 82 a Roxby man and marked with a X by his daughter Mary who married William Altoft". Can anyone help Please.
BORN c 1625 winterton wanting information on his family and his parents. IE wifes maiden name. his parents details+ children.
red mail tocks in winterton
I am looking for a William Tock who died feb 1841 at the age of 82. On death cert says ROXBY man
red mail Samuel Hall
Looking for desendants of Samuel and Elizabeth (nee Walsham) Hall. Sam and Eliz married in 1819 and had 12 children. James Walsham Hall b. 1819, Pleasance b. 1821, Sarah Ann b. 1823, Mary Jane b. 1825, John b. 1827, William b. 1829, Richard b. 1831 Sarah b.1833, Thomas b. 1835, Ann b.1837, George b. 1839 and Matthew b. 1841. They were all christened in Winterton. George was my Ggrandfather. He left the UK for NZ in 1857. Any infomation on this family and their desendants would be welcome. I would also love to know if any living relatives are still in the area. Thanks Irene
Interested in this family who were vets in the start of the 1800s
Last known survivors Frederick and niece Phillis who was married to Ted. Aprox. date 1946.

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