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red mail James Horner
I am his great granddaughter and have 2 birth certificates for a James Horner c 1848 and 1849, both with Hannah Horner listed as mother- no father recorded. James lived in Wingate, Co. Durham till his death on 3rd October 1924. He was a railway signalman and the family lived in the railway cottages until his death when Tamar and son Fred, who was a platelayer on the railway at Wingate had to leave the railway house and bought a house at Hesleden. Very frustrating not to have more detail of his earlier life. Thomas Harrison is listed as his father on the marriage certificate- my mother knew nothing about him or if she did she wasn't telling!!!
red mail Hawkins family
I am trying to find some information on the background of Thomas HAWKINS, born around 1774. He married Ann TAYLOR in 1798, and was, I understand, the son of Edward HAWKINS who married Anne CLARKE. Thomas HAWKINS has been listed as an innkeeper (on his son's marriage registration) and I am wondering if there is any record of him having run an inn in Hovingham. The Hawkins family might not have been in Hovingham long, as Edward Hawkins seems to have been from Clifton in York, St Michael le Belfrey parish. Any informtion or help locating connections within this family would be greatly appreciated.
(Mac) Clean
Looking and hoping for any infomation on the background to William Maclean, who was christened in Hovingham 16/1/1770, His father was Thomas, shown as a 'shoemaker of Ness'. William later married and settled down in the Norton area, but to confuse things a bit some of the early records show the family name as Clean rather than Maclean. I think there must still be some descendants in the Rillington/ Scampston/ Malton area, and ant help would be appreciated
red mail Sidney Bean
Looking for details o Sidney Bean born 1894 Hovingham in the 1930s he was a Blacksmith contact me at Thanks
red mail wilson
Looking for information on Mary Wilson born 1841 in Scalby I think she married William Ward in 1856 in Hovingham. Father Thomas mother Ann.
red mail James Horner
A number of us are trying to find the birth details for James Horner, born in Hovingham between Apr 1849 and Apr 1850 (according to his census entries in 1881 and 1891). We can find nothing prior to his marriage to Tamar Duffield in 1874 in Kirkbymoorside. Can anyone help?
red mail Alice Smithers
Alice Smithers b Hovingham 1864 can any one give me some information about the Smithers family. Alice married Thomas Scott in Guisbrough in 1884
red mail Info on William Christopher Calvert
Looking for information on William Christopher Calvert. Born in Hovingham, Yorkshire, England in 1809. At the age of 19 he migrated to Canada. In 1836 he married Mary Buggs who was also born in England, but immigrated to Canada with her father.
red mail Judson
Any information about George Judson, married Ann Skelbeck, died 1863, and his descendants much appreciated. He lived at #1 The Lodge and is buried in the churchyard next to Hovingham Hall.
red mail Joseph Thackeray
On his marriage bans in 1790 to Mary Horsley in AppletonLeStreet, it stated Joseph Thackeray born about 1766 was 'of Hovingham'. Anyone who knows about the name Thackeray/thackrah/thackery/thacker in Hovingham please reply. Julia
red mail Pearson - farmers and woodsmen
Looking for connections to George PEARSON, bc 1787 Hovingham. Woodsman Headley Hall in 1841, and Wood Bailiff at Paradise Farm in Bramham in 1851. Parents suspected to be John and Elizabeth.
red mail Audaer - elusive and starting to annoy me!
Looking high and low for traces of Anthony AUDAER,(sometimes spelt quite oddly in records) Stonemason of Hovingham. Listed in PR as death aged 46, on 07/031804. Married to Jane MEGGINSON or MEGGISSON of Hawnby in 1784. Need his parents or birthplace - there are AUDAER families in the area, but can't make that vital connection - feel like banging head against the walls he would have made!!! Family were originally Catholic and Flemish, so we think. Please help!!!
red mail Kendall
Looking for anyone researching the Kendall family, Ann married John Borton in 1805 at Hovingham Church
red mail George Foster
Any details of George Foster born about 1762 would be greatly aprreciated
red mail Suffield/Maddison
I am researching my family tree and am related to George & Ann Suffield of Hovingham listed in 1881 census, their daughter Ellen who married William Maddison of York. The men folk were Common Agricultural Workers around Fryton & Hovingham and Ann born Nunnington & or Ellen worked at Nunnington Hall, any info please
red mail George Walker
George Walker was born in 1820 to Thomas Walker and Mary Douthwaite. He married Dinah Addison and lived most of his life in Stonegrave. Any info. on either would be appreciated.

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