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Bourne's in Bowes
I am looking for information about the Rev Joseph Adamthwaite and his wife Anne Bourne c 1805
red mail Longstaff/Sayer/Herd/ Bowron
Researching the Longstaff/Langstaffe families of Bowes. Lartington and Romaldkirk.
red mail Lant
I am seeking information about the Lant family who lived in Bowes at the time of the 1911 census. Thomas Lant was a wealthy widower form Warwickshire and his second wife Nettie was from London. Nettie married again after Thomas's death (I do not know her new married name) and lived in Bowes until the mid 1950's.
red mail Smith/Metcalf/Garget
Researching Thomas Smith died Broats House, Bowes 1867. married Ann Slias Nancy Garget 1813, Romaldkirk. Children Francis ( I am a descendant), Joshua and Mary Metcalf of Bowes. Mary married Robert Metcalf.1845 Teesdale. Any help would be appreciated.
red mail HIRD, ALDERSON (Bowes)
My Great Grandmother Mary Hird (nee Alderson) b.1858, married Thomas Hird in 1880. She lived in Bowes most of her life. She is reported to have run the Bowes Moor Hotel - does anyone know when? Thomas was a Gamekeeper locally.
red mail HIRD (Bowes, NRY)
The James HIRD (1829) mentioned elsewhere didn't die 1891, but May 1911 at Mill House, Bowes, he was buried May 16th at St Giles, Bowes. He was born at Dent according to censuses, but does anyone know definitively whether this is Dent (Sedbergh) West Yorkshire or Dent Hill at Brignall only a few miles from Bowes? Has anyone seen his marriage certificate please?
red mail Thomas KIPLING of Bowes
Thomas married Ann Pinkney 17/6/1743 in Romaldkirk registers. I believe that their son John (widower) born 1746 married Frances Knowles in Ripon 26/3/1791 and perhaps a brother Joseph who married Isabella Mary Flower 1/4/1782 settled in Bishop Thornton near Ripon. Please contact if you know of these Kiplings.
red mail Hird
John George Hird (B.1875) married Bertha Hutchinson at Bowes, Yorkshire in 1900. John's parents were Thomas and Sarah Hird (nee Siddle). Does anyone have any information about Thomas Hird or Sarah Siddle
red mail John Petty, carpenter
Looking for info on John Petty who came from Bowes in the late 1700s. Not sure where in Yorkshire he lived, his father could be Thomas.
red mail William Kipling,mason
Looking for info on William Kipling who was a stone mason in the late 1700s. He was born in about 1733.
red mail Isaac WILSON
Isaac WILSON b c 1827, Stationmaster at Bowes Railway station, married Ann STOCKDALE b c 1833 from East Cowton. They had 3 children; Joseph Anthony WILSON bc Aug 1871, Mary A WILSON b c East Cowton, John WILSON b c 1857 East Cowton. Joseph WILSON was my great grandfather and married Elizabeth Ann HIRD from Bowes. They settled in Battersby
red mail BELL
My 5G Uncle Matthew BELL married Elizabeth BAINBRIGG on 18/6/1751 at Middleton-in-Teesdale, and moved to Bowes where their daughter Mary and at least two sons were born: William, b.1758, probably married Elizabeth BAILES on 1/11/1781 in Bowes and had a large family, and Thomas, b.1762, married Mary WELDON on 16/12/1782 in Bowes and had TEN daughters & three sons at least. What happened to the descendants of these good people?
red mail Matthew Heslop
I'm researching the Heslop family and have recently heard of a family from Bowes. On the 1841 census there is a Matthew Heslop (1811) and Elizabeth (maiden name u/k) and Matthew born about 1840. Can anyone verify this? Thanks..Ron .H.
red mail Hobson
Interested in the Hobson families of Bowes, particularly if William Hobson son of William Hobson and Ann (Thompson), bapt. 27th March 1746, continued to live in Bowes or moved to a different parish.
red mail Burt
looking for Thomas and Beatrice Mary Burt ne Wilson. They married in Middlesbrough in 1929. Moved to a farm at Bowes.
red mail Bowes, Yorkshire, England

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