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red mail William Baker/Frederick Baker
My grandfather William Baker, son I believe of Frederick Baker, married my grandmother Josephine Dorothy Benson May 3rd 1909 in Ampleforth. I believe some time after my father (youngest of 5) was born in 1916 they separated and I do not know where my grandfather went or where he originally came from; although I think he was born in 1889 and possibly in Leeds. He was a railway engineer. I know nothing of his father. Can you help?
red mail Thompson
I would like any details re Elizabeth Thompson who was the witness on my great, great grandmothers death certificate (Elizabeth benson nee Cole). Elizabeth Benson died in March 1900. Elizabeth Thompson is listed on the certificate as granddaughter.
red mail Dowson Wood Hood
Looking for connection between the Dowsons of Amplefoth and the Woods of Oldstead Did any of the children of Charles Wood (1841) and Eleanor? Dowson marry any of the HOOD family probably from Middlesbrough?? Trying to find Martha HOOD who had children with William Dowson outside marriage. Connection between Wood Hood and Dowson?? Miriam
red mail Benson and Cole
Looking for John and Elizabeth Benson who lived in Ampleforth or near by Oswaldkirk from 1851 til 1901(census) Elizabeth was formerly Cole from Helmsley and Oswaldkirk. Any info much appreciated.
red mail ANN ????
Looking for the maiden name of ANN ??? from Ampleforth,Yorks - who married John Dean - Stonemason. Ann was born, (1836) John BN: (1835), Durham. Children: Phillis BN: - 1860 Robert BN: - 1864 Eliz Jane BN: - 1868 Thomas BN: - 1879 If you know , or have any connection to this family, PLEASE contact me .
red mail Terry and Ullathorne ancestors
John Terry born about 1724 and descendant william bernard ullathorne later bishop of birmingham about 1860s also connected with easingwold

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