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red mail SMITH family.
We have four generations of SMITH'S in Whorlton from Michael 1748-1798 through George 1785-1876 and George 1832- to Jane, John, Mary, George, etc. Other related families in Whorlton are GENT, APPLETON, ARMSTRONG, REDPATH, DOWNEY and HARKER
red mail Powell/ Ward/ Medd/ Bainbridge
trying to find an ellen powell who married arthur medd ward and lived in swainby. ellen was known as nellie and lived in the high street. Arthur was born in ingleby greenhow and had siblings George 1882, john henry 1884, and alfred 1894 they were the sons of john ward bilsdale 1848 and hannah watson.john watson 1848 had siblings hannah 1833, sarah 1839, margaret 1839, mary 1844. hannah ward 1833 bilsdale married william bainbridge 1828 these names ring any bells and can anyone tell me if the Ward's are connected to the Medd's
Researching the JOBLING Family from Whorlton...Thomas JOBLING was 75 on the 1881 census ( a widow ). He was married to the former Ann Wright...his sons John,age 47 Thomas age 35 & Robert age 30 were all living with him in Whorlton, Yorkshire , high street in 1881..ALL Stonemasons. Anyone with any info or connection with this family please contact me.....
red mail Lee, Potter
Looking for origins or descendants of Thomas LEE and Ann POTTER who married at Whorlton on 23/11/1756 when both were said to be 'of this parish' although neither seems to have been baptised in the parish. Their children (confirmed) were William (baptised 31/8/1757) and Ann (3/2/1765). They may also have had a further daughter Hannah (6/6/1770) and a son Thomas (5/5/1783).
red mail Eden, Flintoff
Looking for descendents of Benjamin EDEN and his wife Mary nee FLINTOFF who married at Whorlton on 10th July 1815. Their children who are known or believed to have survived into adulthood were: Benjamin (baptised 18/6/1817), Hannah (26/12/1819), Mary Ann (14/11/1825), Jane (12th October 1828), John (2/10/1831), George (18/9/1834), Elizabeth (12/9/1837). It appears that Mary Ann had an illegtimate daughter, Mary, in 1845 who was living with her grandparents at the time of the 1851 census and with her widowed grandmother and an aunt at the time of the 1861 one. Of Benjamin and Mary's children: Mary Ann married Samuel HEBRON at Whorlton in 1849 and migrated to Middlesbrough; Jane married Charles HALL in 1850 and seems to have remained in the Whorlton area; and John married (1) Mary NICHOLSON (c1840 - 1861) and (2) Hannah MASON nee HARTAS in 1865 before himself dying in 1871. At least one of John's children, Benjamin born in 1869, survived to adulthood and married Sarah Ann DANIEL in 1897. In the 1901 census they are shown living in Butlers Marston in Warwickshire where John was a gardener.
red mail Eden, Flintoff, Hebron, Lee, Ovington
Researching EDEN and the other above names in and around Whorlton before 1850. Mary Ann EDEN, baptised on 14th November 1825, the daughter of Benjamin EDEN, a weaver at Potto, married Samuel HEBRON, tailor of Hutton Rudby, at Whorlton on 23 June 1849. Her parents were Benjamin EDEN and Mary FLINTOFF who married at Whorlton on 10 July 1815. Benjamin and Mary were born in 1790 and 1793, the former at Whorlton and the latter at Osmotherley. Benjamin was the son of Benjamin EDEN (b Hutton Rudby,c1757) and Ann LEE (b Whorlton, 1765). Mary was the daughter of George FLINTOFF (b Kirby Sigston in 1753), and Susanna OVINGTON (b Whorlton in 1758), the daughter of Henry OVINGTON, a yeoman. Does anyone recognise any of the above please?
red mail Rickatson
Researching all branches of the Rickatson family, farmers in the Cleveland area since at least the (16th. There is a clutch of surviving gravestones in this churchyard.

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