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red mail GORDON family of Pocklington
Looking to trace descendants of the GORDON family of Pocklington and nearby Market Weighton in the 1800s who were shepherds. Family had earlier links with Northumberland, England and Fife, Scotland.
red mail Rhodes of Pocklington
Mary Rhodes married Charles Lazenby, carpenter from Barkstone Ash 1868 in Leeds. Mary's father was a butcher in Pocklington. Mary and Charles had two children Mary (known as Polly) and Emily, who was for some reason sent to a family (Huges)in Kent and spent the rest of her life there. I am Emily's grand daughter. Family rumour has it that Charles left Mary and disappeared to USA or Canada - why? We know a little of what happened to wife Mary and daughter Polly but any info on husband Charles Lazenby (my ggrandfather) would be appreciated.
red mail TODD
red mail todd family
l are desparately looking for george todd and eliza nelsons todd was born in pocklington around 1833.they had 7 children re-john thomas todd,henry alfred todd,william ernest todd,frederick edward todd,george albert todd(my g granfather),lilian mary todd and florence maude todd.all were born in albert todd went onto marry elizebeth steel and they had 3 children re-eliza maud todd b/1898,donald raymond b/1900 (who died in 1919 at the age of 19) and oliver steel todd b/1903.all these children were born in pocklington also.oliver steel todd is my granfather.he was sent out to australia in 1825 to a farm at beaulah in victoria.we know nothing of any of our todd family as oliver died in 1986 and all papersetc were lost in a george todd 1833 father is george todd also b/abt 1802 married mary ann ?.according to some records found recently he may have been under the name walker.
red mail info on the name pocklington
i am trying to get info on my family name pocklington i have been told that the family came from near york and that we have a coat of arms can any one help with this info thanks
red mail Batley family
Hannah Batley was born 1839 Pocklington, father George Batley. Had 2 Children Charles and Annie Abbey, father not clear.
red mail Sent to Australia
I am looking for information on John Champley and his family from Pocklington. John was born in 1795 and was sent to Australia as a convict for stealing a butt of leather. Unfortunately his criminal records do not give details of his parents. It is possible that they are John Champley and Ann Kirchinson, but I need to be able to confirm this. Any help would be appreciated
red mail Percy Woodhouse
Looking for details of the death of Percy Woodhouse in Pocklington Yorkshire in 1930. Said to have been as the result of an accident. (any press reports available?) Any information welcomed...
Elizabeth Wilkinson
If anyone is researching Elizabeth Wilkinson b 1853 to Osburn Wilkinson and Mary Ann nee Lee if you would like to contact me I have unwanted birth/marriage certs. I picked the wrong Elizabeth. Also my notes on the family.
John fox 1841
Any information on john Fox would be appreciated. As far as i know he was born in Pocklington in 1841, i do not know anything before then or who his parents were, i do know he married Isabella or Elizabeth Preston and went on to have 7 children. they lived in and around Settle, eventually moving to Wakefield where he worked as a moltster.
red mail Browne with Aked connection - important info
Francis Stenton Paling Browne was born as Francis Paling in St Werburg, Derby. However, his mother (Charlotte Townrow b. 1822 Southwell to Francis Townrow and Hannah Stokes) married Samuel Paling (father John Paling) and then left him, in Derbyshire and then Nottinghamshire, and moved to Scarborough changing her name to Browne. FSP's sister Emma Julia Paling also became Emma Julia Stenton Paling Browne too, and married ANdrew Marland 1882, Scarborough. FSP Browne had two sons bearing his name. The first died in 1894, the second being born in 1895, but in October FSP (father) died. A daughter, Mabel Browne was born the year after! So sad. FSPB's wife was Sarah Aked, dau of Mary Aked and Henrietta R Aked was the informant for the death. I have more info on Francis snr's family, and hope that this info will help someone stuck on the Brownes as I was for over two years!
Abel/Clark info
Looking for anyone conneccted to Thomas Abel and Hannah Clark, there dau' Jane Ann was my Grandmother.Thomas's family back to abt1675 and Hannah's parents John Clark and Elizabeth Clark (maiden name also). Would love to hear from some of there descendants, I am in Australia.Regards Viv
red mail Beilby
Researching John Beilby born Pocklington 1795.Parents may have been Charles and Elizabeth Nichols. Any information regarding Parents would be greatly appreciated
red mail frances Gray
searching Frances Gray born 1881 abt .bolton in pocklinton. 1901 she listed as nurse age 20 living at 12 Grosvernor Terr, Bootham York.
red mail harriet Kirby
My grandma came from pocklington she lived at 38 george streetin around 1900 Her mother was Harriet Ann and her father john henry. She moved to Doncaster 1925-6
red mail Johnson family East Riding
Blanche Caroline.Married ? Clarke. end of 19 century start of 20th. Children Lilian,Anne and Henry.Lived in Kingston upon Hull.My wife's maternal grandmother.Interested in tracing family back further.She came from a land owning or farming background.
red mail Wheelwrights
I believe that my grandmother came from Pocklington and as a child I remember she had a photographer of a wheelwrights shop which I believe belonged to her family
Beilby John
Looking for information on John Beilby born in Pocklington 1795. Parents believed to be Charles Beilby and Elizabeth nee Nichols. May have attended Pocklington Grammer School early 1800's, went on to be Headmaster of Duke of Northumberland School.Alnwick. Any infor would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Winter Kirby or Crozier of Pocklington
Searching for details of the Winter, Kirby, and Crozier families in Pocklington around 1800. Cheers Gary OZ
red mail dixon
pocklington married george jefferson about 1929 lived at great barth nr malton then moved to eastheslerton nr sherburn betsy ann dixon died jan 3rd 1994 both in east heslerton grave yard
wedding sept 2001
Terry Lond to Wendy Stevenson, does anyone recognise these names please?
red mail kirby
Iam looking for my grandma's history, she was born as harriet elizabeth kirby. Her parents were john h kirby and her mother was elizabeth mary died 1975 I think .
red mail Screeton
Am trying to locate references to the parents of George Screeton and William Screeton (brothers). George appears on the census returns for 1841 - 1871, living in Pocklington and married to Elizabeth. There is a George Scruton's death registered in Pocklington in September 1879 (the same person ?). Brother William, who may have been born at Pocklington or Market Weighton, married Hannah Ball in Halifax 1826, and died in Halifax 1856. Any information on who were George & William's parents would be most welcome.
red mail RHODES
Richard Rhodes b 1794 Pocklington (occupation Gardiner) married (1)Jane, (2)Eliza. Son of Richard & Jane - William (b c1821) married Mary their son Richard (c 1841) married Agnes Clough in 1864, a son Matthew (1873) married Violet Milner in 1898
red mail Easton.Ashton.Fallowfield
Looking for any information on the Easton.Ashton and Fallowfield families who lived in the Pocklington area in the 1600s William married to Mary Flint and his father William Fallowfield snr.married to Frances Poo.
red mail Robert Hodgson
Robert Hodgson lived in Pocklington between 1835 and 1851.His address was "Barrack" Flat Lane. Does this mean anything now? He was an Excise Officer - what work would there have been for him in Pocklington? Finally we believe some of his sons may have attended the Free Grammar School - does anybody know if there are old school records in existence and where to find them?
I am trying to find information on the Silburn family. My husbands grandfather was a David Silburn ,he married Janet Millsom aprox.1930's.Please ,any Silburns around this area may be able to help.David Silburn could have had a father with the following names, Reginald, Lionel, or William
My Ancestor was Wiiliam Brown b 1834 Snainton, son of Benjamin Brown and Elizabeth Thompson. He married Eliza (or Elizabeth) Doughty who was the daughter of John Doughty and Dinah Cairens. Does anyone have any knowledge of these family names? Carol.
Great grandfather PETER ATKIN moved from his birth village of Colton to Pocklington when he married Sarah Rhodes the butcher's daughter there in 1847. They had a large family with many sons, some of whom moved to Stockton but I wonder if anyone knows of the name still in the Pocklington area, or even Colton. Any information gratefully received. Mary
red mail joseph hunter
im looking for a joseph hunter who was a ships captain born 1897-1901. he was living in Pocklington in 1926. dont know anything else as he was my nanas maternal father and she was adopted.. i know my nanas mam was in service in his or his fathers home around 1925 her name was Nora Davis. can anyone help?
red mail Curtis and Fuguel families
gt gt grandmother Catherine McHale (McKale)born Co Mayo and Henry Curtis of Pocklington. Catherine 2nd husband was George Fuguel(1873)I would like any information and possibly cemetary records of Catherine, Henry and George all in Pocklington
red mail sheridan
looking for sheridan family from 1830 onward's also sutton upon derwent a nearby village
red mail Canalhead, Pocklington
Great Grandfather Creegan born at Canalhead, Pocklington 1864. Also known as Riverhead. Not many buildings there, then or now. Went to visit the place. How to find which building or area he was born in. Can anyone help?
red mail Kirby family of Thirkleby near Thirsk
Francis (Thomas) Kirby and Elizabeth Stagethes (Stathers?) Kirby had (at least) sons Francis,Jesse (Jason) and Charles , a daughter Julia that married a Cussins and another daughter who married a Wilkinson. Looking for additional information on the family. Have descendants of Jesse (Jason).
red mail Hope or Stacey Hope
Looking for any details of Hope or Stacey-Hope family of Pocklington resident circa 1880s.
red mail Hodge or Cook
Searching Hodge and Cook/e families who lived in the Pocklington/Huggate area in the early 1800s.
red mail Kell Family
Looking for info on George Kell B:Allerthorpe(Pocklington) December 11th 1858.Parents were:Joseph and Charlotte(nee Fent)George married Hannah(nee Daddy)in Sutton/stoneferry,Hull,1876.Any info appreciated
red mail Staveley
My gt-uncle was George Robert Staveley (b. Bewholme c.1852)son and grandson of blacksmiths in that village. He went first to South Cave to be a blacksmith there from 1881 to 1891, when he moved to Pocklington again as a blacksmith. Has anyone any news of him or his family please ? Married Harriet, had son George Wm (born at Bewholme) and three daughters
red mail Palfreeman Family
Can supply information on the Palfreeman family please contact.
red mail A Pocklington Gentleman In 1570
From Calendar of Cecil Papers Vol 1 Pocklington 460 1570/01/19 Bishop of Carlisle to Earl of Sussex. Has spent 3 whole days in the examination of the prisoner Thomas Bishop,being much hindered therein by the prisoner's ill health and weakness of brain.Sends his Lordship the result of these examinations,with reference to the petition contained in the latter part of the prisoner's confession,thinks it would be very meet and good policy to spare his life,and to let him prove what he can do by searching out and bringing to light the workings of the Queen of Scots,her friends and the Earls and rebels in Scotland - Yemwath 1 anda half pages. Examination of Thos Bishop of Pocklington gentleman taken before the Bishop of Carlisle and Richard Dudley esq Arms and money to support the rebels up to 12,000 Englishmen was to arrive at Hartlepool within 8 days of the rising of the Earls. Leonard Dacre was to seize the Lord Scrope and to hold him prisoner whilst his brother Edward Dacre should kill the Bishop of Carlisle and take the castle and town of Carlisle b...
red mail Pocklington Interests
Researching the EASTON family of Pocklington, from Elizabeth EASTON (born 1849) back to Edward EASTON (married Margaret FALLOWFIELD, 1681). Where did they come from before that? No sign of them in Pocklington. The family were blacksmiths and innkeepers. Also interested in BULLOCK, FLINT, LEADEL, POO, RISPIN. Happy to share lots of information - e-mail me for more details Katie
red mail Pocklington
Loooking for Palfreeman, Streets and Whicker in and around Pocklington area all dates any info

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