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red mail CLOSS
Researching the Closs family of Grinton. Which includes my ancestor John Closs 1725 - 1799 . son of James Closs. John later made his home in North Wales. Thank you.
red mail Cantrill/Cantrell and Tiplady
Looking for any info on the families of Cantrell /Cantrill and Tiplady of Gunnerside and Low Row. I think the family of Henry and Ann(Tiplady) Cantrill moved to Bradford Yorkshire around 1820 - ish, and am looking for the family in Swaledale . Any help much appreciated
red mail john march
anyone any info on John March born 1798 in GRINTON I think his father was George he married Ann best and they went to live in Shildon Co Durham in the 1840s
red mail Cooke Family
Does anyone know of George Cooke who married Elizabeth Hawkins 1st.October 1792 in Grinton. They had a son named Daniel.
red mail wensley
robert (1806)charles (1770)feetham/grinton,john (1799)
red mail White/Drinkall
Does any one have details of Hannah White born 22/05/1771 at Grinton. She married William Drinkall b.1768 at Burton upon Strather Many Thanks
red mail RAW, BELL born in Grinton
Leonard RAW (c1760) married Judith BEll (c1756)in June 1778. Children: Margaret c 1780, James c1782, Elizabeth c1784, Leonard b 06/11/1786, Judith c1789,Frances c1791,John b10/06/1794, Hannah c1796,All children born in Bellerby.
red mail George Heslop
George Heslop b1776 married 1799 Ann Harker then in 1812,Jane Musgrave(widow nee Simpson) had four sons John b1813,Simpson b1815,James b1817,Simon b 1820

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