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red mail RILEY family of Brandesburton, Cottingham, Flamborough
Any connections to Isaiah RILEY of Kilnwick parish who mar. Ann CHAPMAN of Brandesburton in 1803 at Brandesburton and their family? The rector erroneously registered the groom's name as RYLEY, but Isaiah spelt it 'RILEY'. Isaiah was a farmer, and they farmed at Gransmoor between 1813-1815 and at Flamborough by 1819. Chn: William Chapman Chr 31 Jul 1809 Cottingham Michael Chr 18 Apr 1813 Burton Agnes Thomas Chr 29 Jan 1815 Burton Agnes George Chr 08 Mar 1819 Flamborough Isiah Chr 08 Mar 1819 Flamborough George mar. Sarah ELLERKER (b. 1814 Beverley ERY, dau. of Thomas Ellerker and Ellen TUTING of Beverley) in 1840 at Southwark LDN. Chn: Michael Thomas b. 1841 and George William b. 1844, both Bermondsey. Isiah b.1819 mar. Christiana BRADSHAW (b. c'1811 Hutton Cranswick) in 1840 at Hutton Cranswick. Chn: William b. 1843 Hutton Cranswick. Many thanks, Tor
red mail New Farm, Kilnwick
I have discovered that a family that is vaguely connected to mine did at one time work the farm in the late 1800's. The family name was Clark - the father was Francis (born 1843 Keyingham) and his wife was Sarah Dinah Gibson (born 1852 Hull) - they had 8 children Mary E - born 1874 at Skeffling; George Henry 1875 Kilnwick; Lily Agnes 1880 Kilnwick; Gertrude Mary 1883 Kilnwick; Alan 1884 Kilnwick; Albert Victor 1887 Kilnwick; Gladys Annie 1889 Kilnwick and Ernest William 1899 Kilnwick. My link is through Alan Clark who we know was a soldier in one of the Guards regiments and served in WW1 in France and Belgium and he was wounded either at Ypres or on the Somme. On his return to the UK he must have settled in the South of England and he met his wife (surname Looker) who came from the Hounslow / Hayes Middlesex area and they finally settled in the Southampton area. He had 3 children in this marriage Marjorie Dorothy born 1920; Jack born 1921 who was killed whilst serving on the HMS Royal Oak. The ship was torpedoed in Scapa Flow in 1939 with great loss of life (There is a website which confirms this.) The third child was Peter who lived all his life in the Southampton area and died about 2 years ago. There is a lot of information here - not all of which is pertinent to Kilnwick - but if anyone has any information on the family especially the children and where they went on to - I would be most interested in hearing from you.
red mail Gamekeepers Cottage, Kilnwick
Please does anyone know if the Gamekeepers Cottage is still standing and if it is, where is it please? Many thanks. Judith.
red mail Bentley family
I have found a lot on my Bentley family from Kilnwick,and up to now,have arrived at Thomas Bentley,married to Mary Mason,in 1808. Is anybody else researching the same family? I would be happy to share what I have found.
red mail John Witty - Sarah Seymour - Kilnwick
If you have any information on John Witty and Sarah Seymour, who married in Kilnwick about 1798, I would love to hear from you.
red mail Howbridge
Anyone with inf. about Daniel Howbridge b.21.12.1812 at Kilnwick (Mother Elizabeth) Moved to Newbald E.Yorks and married Martha Langdale 5.1.1844

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