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red mail Margaret Fisher, Spinster
I am searching for Margaret Fisher, spinster, who gave birth to Dainel Fisher at Bishop Burton in 1821. Does anyone know of her marriage or death?
Robert ELLERINGTON b. 1825 to Robert ELLERINGTON b. 1799 in Thorngumbald and Hannah ACEY b. 1798 in Swanland.
red mail Edmund Murray
Researching EDMUND MURRAY (b cir 1784 Dublin Ireland). Married (1)Ann Marie Owen Aug 24, 1812 Bishop Burton, Yorkshire. Married (2) Susan Rowland Feb 2, 1843 Hull, England) I'm trying to find Edmund's parents & exact origin of birth.
red mail linford
Is there anyone tracing the Linford ancestry?A ancestor of mine was born in yorkshire 1781 and was a blacksmith in Bishop Burton.His name was Richard Linford.I think his father may have been born in Wakefield.Though,his son and family lived in Beverley.
red mail Mowthorpe
Trying to trace my family history and have discovered my great,great grandfather Joseph Mowthorpe was born in Bishop Burton. Can anyone help me with information about records for 1824? Many thanks, Kate
QUEST publican
Thomas QUEST was the Publican of the famous Inn The Altisidora, named after a Racehorse. 1871 census Bishop Burton Thomas Quest born Swanland, Yorkshire, Head Inn Keeper 1881 census Main Street Bishop Burton, Thomas QUEST b Swanland, Innkeeper 1891 census Bishop Burton Quest, Thomas Head Publican Widower He was followed by his son Tom QUEST 1901 Bishop Burton ' Altisidora PH Tom Quest 32 Bishop Burton Publican Blanch Quest 31 France British Subject The eldest son Arthur Charles QUEST became Deputy Chief Constable for the West Riding 1901 West Riding Police Super.House Barnsley Arthur C Quest b abt 1859 Riby, Lincolnshire, Head Superintendant County Police

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