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red mail Cole family
I am looking for information on the Cole family from Skelton. I am particularly interested in the descendants of George Albert and Elizabeth Cole who lived at 7 Trout Hall Lane in 1901.
red mail Johnson
Anthony Johnson b.1870 Allandale, Northumberland married Margaret York. Living in Skelton and recorded as 'caretaker of institute' on 1901 census. Father believed to be Anthony Johnson b.1831, farmer of Stoney Law, Allandale (1881 census). Hoping to find more information about parents and grandparents, particularly any connection with the name Riley.
Joseph Agar June 1812
My 6x Great-Grandfather Thomas Agar immigrated to Canada in 1830 and Left his eldest son in Skelton Yorkshire England his name was Joseph Agar born june 1812 in Skelton. Just wondering if anyone had info on his line of desendants. He had 5 other siblings Thomas Agar born 1814, Richard born 1816, Hannah born 1821, Margaret 1823, Robert 1826
red mail Johnson,Cyril.
Cyril Johnson was a grocer in the village of Skelton Nth.Yorkshire any information.
red mail Young Yeoman
Looking for any information prior to 1840 re. Young/Yeoman family tree. Brother and sister Martin (b. 1873) and Sarah (b. 1880 Fryup)YOUNG married brother and sister Ann (b. 1874 Ruswarp) and Francis (b. 1878 Briggswath) YEOMAN. Young parents were John (b. 1840 Brotton) and either Elizabeth Featherstone (b. 1851) or Hannah? All help gratefully received! Martin/Sarah's siblings (Thomas b. 1867/Jane(Jinny) b. 1871) were born at Skelton.
red mail William Tidd Pratt and Emma Loftus Pratt
I'm looking for relatives of William Tidd Pratt and wife Emma Loftus Pratt. Both were born in the late 1800's. They had four children - Edith (Edie), John (Jack), Mary and William (Bill). I'm not sure where they were from, but at least one of their children (John - my grandfather) was born in Skelton. They moved to the US sometime around 1920.

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