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red mail The Green
I enquired a few years ago if anyone had any information on who might have lived in 76 The Green about 70 years ago. I discovered my Mam's registration card & she was living in what I thought was 76 The Green.I was only about 5 yrs old & am unable to remember much about it.I am now wondering if it was actually 16 The Green & it was the 'fancy' way of writing the number 1. My husband & myself visited Hutton Rudby 2/3 years & visited the post office to ask if they could help but the gentleman said there had never been a number 76. He was unable to help me further & now I wish we had gone into the village pubs & we may have gained more information .I know I am grasping at straws but would love anything. I am sure my Mam was there as a nurse to help a lady who lived there.Think it would be 1945/6
red mail CUST of Stokesley/Hutton Rudby/Helmsley North Yorkshire
Looking for information about Henry CUST who lived in or near Hutton Rudby (possibly in Stokesley) North Yorkshire England in about 1650. He married twice - first to Anna GARBUTT (she died in 1673 in Helmsley) secondly to Margaret JONES (baptized in Nunnington, Yorkshire in April 1665) daughter of Owen JONES and his wife Barbara (no known surname).
Looking for information on family of George Codling, born c1819-1820 in Hutton Rudby, especially his mother's side. George along with his father, Robert, his brother Robert and sister Ann, emigrated to Ottawa, Canada, where father remarried. The 3 siblings then went to New York.
James Stephenson & Margaret (nee Charlton) Stephenson (DOM 1850)lived Enterpen - Hutton Rudby - any information please. Also their daughter Mary married Michael Green c1872 also lived in Enterpen - Michaels parents Thomas Green & Mary (nee Walker) Green - any info on Stephenson/Green/Walker families surrounding areas . Thanks!
red mail Cook - Hutton Rudby circa 1768
I am looking for information on Sarah COOK baptised in Hutton Rudby in 1768, daughter of William COOK. She married Francis ROBERTS and they had a son William in 1797.
red mail Orton family of Hutton-Rudby
Some data available 1793;1807;1808;1841. Earlier data imminent. Interesting link to Shildon/S&DR. Names Dodsworth, Orton, Brown, Tweddle.
red mail Burdon & Sedgewick history
My family history search has come across Hutton Rudby where my 3rd Great Grandfather John Burdon and his wife Mary Ann Sedgewick were both born about 1817. Does anyone have any information about these families in the area? I dont know if they married here or when they moved to Durham where the next generation were all born. Thanks, Gordon
cook - circa 1783
Tracing all Cooks. My John Cook was b Hutton Rudby and moved to hett. I have found a Richard Cook living between both places also. Does anyone have any information on Hutton Rudby,we think we are linked to paper makers
red mail Ann Carbutt
The 1871 census shows Ann Carbutt, age 6, resident with her grandparents, William and Ann Matthew, in Harton, E.Yorkshire. She was born in Hutton Rudby and I would like any information about her parents.
red mail Hebron Or Hebbron
Researching HEBRON or HEBBRON in and around Hutton Rudby pre-1840. (1) William HEBRON bapt 13 April 1856, married Sarah WILKINSON (b Preston on Tees on 18 June 1854) at St Paul's church in Middlesbrough on 2 Nov 1875. Counting the generations backwards, William was the son of: (2) Samuel HEBRON, a tailor, who was bapt 18 Oct 1825 and married Mary Ann or Marianne EDEN at Whorlton on 23 Jun 1849. Mary Ann's father is named on the marriage certificate as Benjamin EDEN, a farmer at Potto, though in the baptism entries for all of his children his occupation is given as weaver at Potto. He married Mary FLINTOFF at Whorlton on 10 July 1815. (3) Samuel's father was named as another William HEBRON, a cartwright, bapt 16 Oct 1796, who married Mary SMITH at Hutton Rudby on 16 May 1825. (4) William in turn was the son of Samuel HEBRON, wheelwright and parish clerk at Hutton Rudby, and Mary BAINBRIDGE who married at Hutton Rudby on 15 Feb 1783. Samuel HEBRON (or HEBBOURNE) the wheelwright had migrated from Ingleby Greenhow where the HEBBOURNE/HEBBURNE family had been resident from the early 17th century if not earlier.

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