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red mail David Davy Parkinson
I am wanting to contact any descendents of David Davy Parkinson, who died in Australia in 1944
red mail Bowling Cemetery at Bowling Park
I am looking for any info on my GGreat Aunt Agnes Paterson Driver. Married Edward Driver in Edinburgh. Moved to Bradford had 4 daughters and 1 son.Ethel Agnes,Nellie Louisa,Laura Annie,Agnes Isabel and Harry Edward Driver.Had a bakey on Manchester Rd. Edward,Agnes and Harry Driver are buried in Bowling Cemetry.
red mail Wlliam Hartley b Bowling abt 1811 - 1813
Looking for info on the above consistently shown as from Bowling/Bradford Married to Alice b1815 -1817 Cleckheaton/Bowling/Bradford depending on which census you read. Probably Alice Smith who married Willam Hartley in Bradford 22/06/1835 Any hints as to their parents would be much appreciated Regards peter
Swaine/ Illingworth
I am interested in contacting the descendants of John Swaine and Jane Illingworth, married on 26th August 1838.Daughters were, Hannah, Amy and Sarah Ann.
red mail Ellingthorp(e) ,Morgan,Graham
I know my great grandmother was an Ellingthorp(e) and her father Robert Ellingthorp(e) was a butcher.He had a shop on what was ,or still might be,327 Wakefield Road,in the Bradford area.I'm not sure but I think there was a street named after him??Her name was Annie and I know that she married John Morgan who was a stone mason originating from Birkenhead.At one time she had a guest house and the 1891 census shows that she had a brother Robert living with her.Robert was a shoe maker The name Graham comes into the mix through Annies mother,Bridget,her maiden name was Graham and sadly Bridget died early in Annies life.Her father remarried.His new wife Agnes was the sister of his late wife.I have a copy of Agnes's death certificate and it has a daughter named as the informant.The name is Martha Powden maybe Powder.This was in 1880 From this information can anyone help me further my search please.I'm at the brick wall stage again !!!!!!!!! Many thanks and happy successful researching one and all
red mail David Davy Parkinson Bowling Yorkshire
I am trying to find my grand father's family who lived in Bowling Yorkshire. His name was David Davy Parkinson born about 1853-56. He lived in Australia from the late 1890's and died 1944. I believe his father was Thomas Parkinson and mother Olive.
red mail James Boocock MORRELL and Charlotte Reeve HAYWARD
I live in Australia, and I am the great grandson of James Boocock Morrell and Charlotte Reeve Hayward, who lived in Bradford UK (possibly Bowling, where they were married in St Johns Church, on 20 May, 1869). To the best of my knowledge they had five children - Henry Francis (blind) born 1870 Bowling, James William born 1873 Bowling, Emma Rose born 1873 Bowling, Thomas born 1876 Bowling, Fred born 1876 Bowling, and Arthur born 1879 Bowling. It's possible that Emma Rose married John Cooper in 1899, in Bowling. At the time of the 1841 Census, James Morrell (snr), and wife Mary Boocock lived at 29 Providence Square, East End, Bradford. In the 1861 Census, they were shown as living at 11 (or 6) William Square, Bradford, with children Elizabeth, Lydia, Ann, William, George, Richard, Mary, and Thomas (grandson). At the time of the 1881 Census, Elizabeth (daughter of James (snr) and Mary) and husbank Joseph Barnes lived at 19 Lee Square, Bradford. At the same time Charlotte (nee Hayward) Morrell was shown as (head of house) living at 15 Hirst Street, Bowling, with children Henry Francis, James William, Emma Rose, Thomas, Fred and Arthur. By 1901, the Census had Charlotte Morrell (nee Hayward), occupation charwoman, widow, living at 49 Mount St Bradford. Despite my best efforts over several years I have not been able to establish contact with any living family relative in the UK. The fact that James Boocock Morrell decided to come to Australia and started a new life (and a new family) in the late 1870's would not be known to his family back in Bowling, Bradford, or where ever they live now in the UK, and I would like to share this information. Can any one help, please.
red mail GREENHOUGH family, Bowling
Any information on John GREENHOUGH b. 1834, Bowling, W Yorks who married Hannah (surname unknown) and moved to Hinderwell, Yorks as an ironstone miner appreciated. Children included Joseph b. 1856, Jane b. 1857 Allerston, Elizabeth b. 1861, Martha b. 1864, Mary b. 1867 and John W. b. 1869.
red mail Durkin - Bowling
My research has told me that a Durkin family (Martin Durkin b.1822 Rubble nr Killasser, County Mayo, wife Bridget Devaney b.1828) moved to Bowling Bradford between 1859 and 1861. Their children Mary (1848), Michael (1852), John (1855), James (1857) & Ann (1859) were born in Ireland. However other children including Ellen (1861), Martin (1867), Bridget (1869) and Thomas (1872) were all born in Bowling Bradford. The public house was a meeting place for Irish Immigrants (as far as I know).
red mail Clayton/Fieldhouse
Does anyone Know of Samuel Clayton Married Mary Fieldhouse in Calverley 1818 Son called Fieldhose clayton
red mail Imperial Inn
Does anyone have any information on the Imperial Inn situated in Hall Lane Bowling Bradford.On the 1901 census the Innkeeper was Patrick Kain.Also looking to find any Durkins and Armitages in that area.
red mail Joseph Oddy
I am looking for all information-especially date of birth and parentage-for Joseph Oddy, father of William Oddy, that same William Oddy who married Mary Ann Stead on April 18, 1849, in the Baptist chapel at Farsley, and then emmigrated to the Nebraska territory,United States of America, fought in the Civil War, was divorced by Mary Ann, etc.
red mail herbert wilson
trying to trace herbert wilson born 23/07/1904 at 154 caledonia street u.d. father george wilson trade french polisher journeyman mother elizabeth ann wilson formerly pratt he died 31/05/1951 at the R.A.F. hospital uxbridge middlesex he was serving in the RAF at the time he left a wife charlotte wilson formerly kelly devocied nee cozens and an adopted daughter, I think he was raised in a home
red mail Goldsborough/Gouldsborough family
Researching Thomas Gouldsborough born in Blackburn 1852 who married mary jane Ackroyd in Bradford 1870 They had the following children Arthur, Fred, George, Albert, Amy, harry, thomas, Mark, Lilly and in the 1901 census were living at84 Raymond Street West Bowling Bradford. Any information would be much appreciated Thanks katrina
red mail Hillam
I am searching for any Hillams in the Bowling area of Bradford. My tree has the following Hillams in it : Josehp Hillam (born 1907), Harold Hillam (born 1881) - his brothers were hubert, fred, lawrence, harry, frank, joe, norman and sister ruth, another jospeh hillam (born in 1858) and charles hillam (born 1834). Would be grateful for any information on any Hillams in this area.
FENWICK family
My grand aunt Annie Fenwick was born in Bowling in 1879. Her parents were Edmund Fenwick, and her mother was Ruth (Nee Dobson). I'm always hopeful of making a connection with someone who knew the family.
red mail Joseph OddyWilliam Oddy
I am loking for information (date of birth/death, name of spouses, children, parents names, etc) for Joseph Oddy and his son William Oddy.(William Oddy married Mary Ann Stead at the baptist Chapel, Farsley, on April 18, 1849, and listed his residence as Hall Lane, Bowling)
Milner Family
Looking for family of David Milner b.1877 and Emma Milner (Hawker) b.1877 married 1899 Parish Church Bradford lived at Napier St. & Mab St. and later Dundas St.

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