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Thomas RUSTON from Crambe, born 1811 married Jane and had one daughter, Christiana after he moved to Scarborough. Looking for his origins, or anything else about this family. I have information about Christiana but none on Thomas or Jane.
red mail Heworth (York) - Elmfield College + Petty, Slack etc.
Am interested in anything to do with this area: so many names.
red mail Crambe & Howsham, Pearson, Beilby/Bielby, Wray, Cholmeley
I'm interested in Crambe and the family of William Pearson (b.Crambe, 1822). Crambe & Howsham, Pearson, Beilby/Bielby, Wray, Cholmeley
red mail Cordeaux, Cordeux families
Does anyone have any information on the Cordeaux/Cordeux families in and around the Crambe area? I am stuck at Charles Cordeaux in 1795, trying to establish a link with the correct Richard Corde(a)ux.
red mail Walton family - Crambe
I am trying to obtain as much information about my grandfathers family who lived in Crambe, they were called Walton. I have alot of information but need to fill in a few blanks on my family tree. Any information however small would be appreciated. My grandfather was called Francis William Walton born 1906 & my great grandfather was Alfred Francis Walton born 1886.
red mail May Avison, Crambe
According to the bishop's transcript for Crambe parish, May Avison married George Matthew on 2 Feb 1709. George is my ancestor, but I can find no previous reference to him in the Crambe transcripts or parish records. Does anyone out there have info that might take me further back? I'm wondering if he came from another parish to marry May Avison if she was a Crambe resident.
I am researching a HUDSON family listed in parish registers for Crambe. Some of this family lived at Barton-le-Willows. Associated families include MATTHEW and LEAPER.

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