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red mail Westmoreland family
Looking for information , graves etc of members of the Westmoreland family in or near Kippax in the West Riding of Yorkshire, or in any other locations in England, notably Lincolnshire.
red mail Swinley, Hirons, Neale
Two of my great Aunts, Emma and Alice Hirons, lived in Kippax sometime after 1911 and they were certainly living at 9 Park View, Kippax during the 1930's. Alice died in 1932 and Emma in 1933. Their connection with Kippax began with their mother (my great grandmother), Anna (or Hannah) Swinley (or Swindley). She was born in Kippax in 1837 and her father was a miner, Richard Swinley. Anne married Thomas Hirons, a carpenter, in Leeds in 1860 and they went to live in the small village of Brandon, five miles east of Coventry, Warwickshire where they raised a family of nine children. Anna died in 1909 and Thomas in 1910. A family story has it that Emma and Alice moved to Kippax after their father's death either to look after a Mr Neale or his house and I believe that they were his beneficiaries. If anyone has any information relevant to any of the above I would appreciate hearing from them.
red mail Lodge family
William Marriott Lodge and Ann were married in Frickly With Clayton in 1840 but moved to Kippax, residing in Church Lane. They produced 8 children : George William 1840,John 1843, Elizabeth 1849, Joseph 1851, Margaret 1853, Rose Ann 1857, William Marriott junior 1860 and Isabella 1864. The children grew up, married and moved away or sought work elsewhere. I have information that William Marriott lived in Poppleton, York for a while then returned to Kippax about 1896. I need information about the other siblings, particularly Joseph who was a Master Slater and building materials trader. What happened to them all ? I am willing to share the information that I have gathered over the years.
red mail Wilkinson,Ben
seeking info. on Benjamin Wilkinson (1851 & 1861 censuses)married to Elizabeth...had sons William ( butcher) & Benjamin, daughters Maria & Elizabeth. Ben ,in 1851 census described as" farmer of 44 acres, with 2 labourers" (son-in -law John Bramley)
looking for any information on the ROBINSON family from kippax and ledsham. my great great grandfather john was born in ledsham and his son francis was born in kippax as was francis's siblings. looking for any information on these. francis was a footman/groom in kippax hall before joining the london metropolitan police force.
red mail Joseph Carter
I am looking for information on Joseph Carter who was born in 1864. He was present in Kippax in 1871 at the age of 7yrs and is believed to have been an orphan. Any information would be appreciated. Thanks Lisa
red mail kippax
I am looking for any info an my famiy, my family name is wilkinson,we are from the kippax, Tadcaster and Allerton Bywater. my grandads name was allan john willkinson he was married to doris(walker). my grandad was one of 8 children and my great grammothers name was carla. i do know other bits but not a lot anyone with any info no matter how small, even if you not sure please get in contact you never know!
red mail Green
Martha GREEN b. 1755 married Robert LAWRENCE
red mail Cockerhams of Kippax
I am a descendant of the Cockerhams from Kippax and although have some information on them, I would like to find out more. Please can anyone help?
I am related to the Firth in Kippax via Paul (1827) , his father and mother was William and Hannah.
red mail Phillips, Heptinstall, Pearson
These families lived in the Allerton By-Water, Kippax and Castleford areas in the 1800's I am especially interested in the Phillip's who had a pottery in Castleford. (Owner Charles Phillips B1825, former Castleford Station Master!) William Heptinstall (1831-1908) was a Master Marriner and William Pearson (B1790) had an inn on Allerton By-Water whafe. Families that I know married in were Rice, England, Firth,and Greaves. I have gathered some information on them but any additional Info would be welcome - Isabel
red mail FIRTH
I am related to the Firth's via Rebecca who married Emmanuel Gill in 1847. Her father and mother were William and Leah
red mail FIRTH
I too am interested in Firths from Kippax. My relative Emmanuel Gill married Rebecca Firth. Is this of interest ot you.
red mail INMAN
red mail Watsons; Allerton (par.Kippax)
The publication 'A Short History of the Parish Church of St Mary Kippax, Yorkshire' by George E Kirk 1933. Page 12 reads that "In 1430 HENRY WATSON, of Allerton(par Kippax), left 6s 8d, to the fabric of the tower of the Parish Church of Kippax". THe Watson clan must have been settled in the area for centuries. Any information appreciated. John
red mail Rhodes
William Rhodes born 1816 in Kippax. Married Jane Cheesbrough of Methley. Would welcome input from anyone else researching this family
red mail Pickards
Any info on Pickards of Kippax gratefully received. Thanks for reading.
red mail Watsons of Kippax
In 1828 Richard Watson;born Kippax 1772/8, lived under the sign of the 'Griffin' at Kippax. He was the publican and keeper of haulage horses.He was married to a Dinah Sandford from Boston,Linconshire.Both interred Castleford Churchyard.They sired a family--Thomas 1809,Christopher 1812,John, Elizabeth 1814,Samuel 1816,William 1818, George 1821. Any more information most appreciated..... John
red mail PRINCE & COGAN in Kippax
If anyone has any information regarding the COGAN or PRINCE family in Kippax. Interested in ancestors of Martha (nee Prince) and John Cogan born 1864 and 1863 respectively.
Researching Firth Family in Kippax - descendants George & Martha (Wilson)
red mail Ellerton
Many of my ancestors lived in the Kippax area in the 18th and 19th centuries. Any information on them would be much appreciated. Thanks, Bob (Cambridge)

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