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red mail Ann Burton 1790 -1852
Looking for parents of Ann Burton born in Brotherton, Yorkshire, England in 1790. Ann married Robert Eastwood 14 Jan 1810. She died in Sep 1852 in Easingwold, Yorkshire, England. Robert Eastwood was born in Brotherton on 11 Apr 1790. His parents were Robert Eastwood (1755 - 1830) & Elizabeth Wilbourn (1761 - 1821).
red mail Hargraves
Researching Hargraves/Wakelin from Brotherton and associated families.
red mail Blackburn, Collinson, Steels
Can anyone make a connection with these names- Eliza Blackburn married a Collinson, then Harry Steels.She died 1912. Looking for any descendants of their son Joseph Steels, or the Collinson daughters Cora, Mary or Alice.
red mail jolliffe
elizabeth jolliffe is on my family tree born july 15 1860 brotherton she had 10 brothers and sisters
red mail BANKS Brotherton , Ledsham & Grimsby
My mothers family are from the above villages Her fathers name was Samuel BANKS born Grimsby 1878 son of William BANKS born 1848 in Brotherton & G/son of Richard BANKS born in Brotherton 1814. G/G/Father was William BANKS born C 1781 ? in Glass Houghton He married Margaret RICHARDSON 1801 in Brotherton
red mail Eastwood Family History
I am trying to find out the dates and places of birth and parents of James Eastwood and Hannah Wilkinson who were married in Brotherton 24 Oct 1808 - can anyone help?
red mail hargreaves - brotherton
William Hargreaves married Emma Clayton @ 1874 and they had 10 children, one of which Samuel married my grandma
red mail Watson family in Brotherton
My ancestor, William Watson, was born in Brotherton in 1832. I believe the family moved to Hull when William was little. His father was Thomas Watson, and I think his mother was Mary Shepherd. William was a mariner who married a London girl (Charlotte Knight)and had a family near the Thames docks area. The family included a son called William, born 1860ish, followed by a daughter Charlotte Ellen, and two more sons called Thomas Joseph and Joseph Ernest. By 1871 his wife had left him and nothing is known of his life after that. I would love to hear from anybody who would like to share information about the family.
red mail hargrave/s from brotherton
i am looking for any existing hargrave/s from brotherton. i have this surname in my tree and now need a little help getting a bit further back. i have a william hargraves b) c1856? hillam and emma his wife b) c1858 carlton. I think his parents were samuel hargraves b) c1829 hillam and Hannah (nee) houldridge b) c1828 beal. i think samuels parents were called John and elizabeth hargraves but i have yet to find more conclusive proof of this. Although they were born in villages around brotherton for the most of their lives they lived in brotherton. if anyone has more info that can help me fill in my missing links or knows of existing hargrave/s family please let me know. many thanks tracy
red mail Chadwick/Ellison familes
I am interested in any details on either the Chadwick family from Brotherton 1740- or the Ellison family from the same village 1640- onwards
red mail JOLLIFFE
Elisabeth JOLLIFFE was born in 1861 in Brotherton she married Thomas WARD from Stafford and had 4 children, she lived in Normanton for a long time but thats about all i know about her, if anyone knows anything about her family in Brotherton please let me know
red mail Vicar Brotherton Yorkshire 1770
i have a book dated 1770 a bible i think which was wrote by charles daubuz m.a late vicar of brotherton yorkshire i dont know if brotherton was a village or not i am just trying to find some info about the history of the book

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