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Fewston - church photo
A photograph of the church is on my Web site. Contact me if you can't find it with a Google search.
red mail Hardcastle ROBINSON
I am seeking information on Hardcastle ROBINSON the son of Robert ROBINSON and Ann MYERS. Hardcastle was born in 1844 at Fewston, West Riding, Yorkshire. His siblings were: Marianne bn 1823 in Fewston; Miles bn 1826 In Ilkley; James Myers bn 1829 in Ilkley; William bn cir 1823 in Ilkley; Sarah bn 1838 in Fewston; Myers bn 1844 in Fewston. Census records show the family living at: 1841 Fewston; 1851 Norwood cum Clifton; 1861 Norwood; 1871 Kettlesing, Felliscliffe; 1891 Clifton with Norwood. On the 1891 Census Hardcastle ROBINSON is listed as an 'Imbecile" Any help appreciated. Wendy
red mail Rev. Thomas Parkinson b1836
Trying to locate relatives of Rev. Thomas Parkinson b 1836 at Cragg Hall, Fewston. Died June 1922 at The Vicarage, Thornton Le Moor, Yorkshire. He wrote at least two books on local folklore - 1. Lays and Leaves of the Forest (of Knaresborough) (1882) 2. Yorkshire Legends and Traditions as Told by Her Ancient Chroniclers, Her Poets and Journalists. (1888) Thomas Parkinson FRHS, Fellow of the Royal History Society, Member of the Surtees Society and The Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Association. Any contact/information would be welcomed. Thanks in advance.
Joseph MORTON and daughter Sarah
Joseph MORTON was born in Fewston abt 1743 and married Ann CHIPPENDALE in Otley in 1765 Their daughter Sarah b Otley 1772 married William RAMSDEN of Hanginstones, Ilkley. Any contacts of the MORTON family welcome
red mail tyson - fewston
I'm looking for any information on the Tysons in Fewston - help would be appreciated
red mail Cragg Hall Fewston Reservoir
I have a large amount of information for the Parkinson family who lived in Cragg Hall from C1700 until 1860. A descendant Mary married John Blesard of Guiseley 1763. I would love to hear from anyone with same interests or information regarding Cragg Hall and is it true that it was moved to a different location when the reservoir was made?

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