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red mail Williamson/Kellett marriage - help required!
I hope someone might be kind enough to look for a marriage for me, I have searched and searched and drawn a complete blank. The couple are Thomas Williamson (born about 1825, probably in Holbeck near Leeds) and Ann Kellett (baptised at St. Peter, Leeds in 1824, but also probably born in Holbeck). The spelling of the surname Kellett varies to Kellet, Kellit etc. The 1851 census shows the couple living in Manningham, Bradford with a daughter Louisa Ann who was born in 1850. I assume they were married some time between about 1845-1850, but I can find no trace. If someone is able to have a search, they might just find something I have missed. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks.
red mail Northcote Prep School/Armley
Does anyone perhaps have a photographs of Northcote Preparatory & Commercial School that in the 1950s was located at 145 Town Street, Armley. This school was a private establishment run by one Mrs I.Longstaff. I attended this school around the mid-1950s and I would love to find someone with a picture of it that they would be willing to share with me.
red mail Watson/Bank area of Leeds
Does anyone have any information relating to the Watson family who mostly came from the Hunslet area of Leeds, until we reach back to the very early 1800s and late 1700 when they seem to hail from Bank, another part of Leeds. IN have a Joseph Watson, a weaver (born about June 1780, Bank) who married Elizabeth Wood at St Peters on the 13 April 1800. I think they are the parents of Thomas, William, Mary Ann, Robert, Elizabeth, Caroline, Joseph and Jacob. Any help much appreciated.
red mail Jozef (Joseph) Spindler
Seeking any information at all about Jozef Spindler (b. about 1920 in Fuerth, Germany) who was a holocaust escapee who made it to Leeds, where he met and Married Mary Grabowski in 1951. Does anyone have any information at all about Jozef's background or ancestors? Regards Howard
red mail Donald Mudie 1927-1994
Hi, I am looking to trace ancestors of Donald Peter Mudie born in Croydon 13th October 1927 and died in Doncaster 1994. His mother was Lilian Mudie nee Rix (1904-1952.) His father was Ernie Peter Mudie. He was my Grandfathers half cousin and i would like to know more about him. I know he married a Joan in 1952 and a Pearl in 1968. I dont know if he had any children with either of his wives. But i would appreciate any information anyone can give me of Donald. Kind Regards.
red mail Rogers family
I'm searching for information on the Rogers family of Leeds. My grandfather was Walter Rogers born 1888, whose father was cited on my grandparents marriage certificate as William Rogers, occupation "engine man". I can't find any information on the censuses except a Walter Rogers born Hunslet who was in hospital (LGI) on the day of the census 1901!? I think Walter had a sister/cousin called Amy who married a farmer from Lincolnshire. Also there were other Rogers cousins in Leeds who had a coach company called Rogers' Buses. Any information on Walter and his parents would be much appreciated.
James Clayton 1811
Hi I'm looking for any info. on James who married Mary nee May at St. Peters Leeds 07/10/1827. Thanks
red mail Ancesters
William Hodgson married Jane and had a son george frederick hodgson .I do not know Janes madian name. George frederick was born in 1898 as his father William hodgson around 1870. William hodgson and son george frederick hodgson came to australia around 1908 . George frederick hodgson was in australia in world war 1 George frederick came back from war. george frederick hodgson was a printer after the war and william went back to yorkshire where he died i am not sure if his wife died and then got together with elizabeth parry and she had a daughter agnus parry. not sure but we herd he owned a barber shop or a bus company in yorkshire. if anyone can help with any information please contact
red mail Richard Lodge 1612
Trying to build a family tree of the Lodge family, merchants of Leeds. Richard was one of 10 children born and christened in Saint Peter, Leeds. He married Sarah Moxon 1641 and produced 6 children - William 1642, Sarah 1644, John 1646, Alice 1648, Richard 1650 and Thomas 1654. Can anyone help ? Who has got a tree with these names ? I would be most gratefull for any help and am willing to share information.
red mail Doreen TUCK and Frank J BUTTERFIELD
I am looking for descendents of Doreen and Frank as I believe they may be my relations. Doreen and Frank married in Leeds in 1944. If this sounds familiar to anybody, please do get in touch.
red mail Eliza Walton
Looking for any info on Eliza Walton born I believe in Leeds around 1844. I know her life history after she marries James Nutter in 1862 in Hunslet but not much before, her fathers name was Richard and I believe the family lived in Holbeck, many thanks nick
red mail MARSHALL Robert
Robert Marshall born in Leeds 1900/1901. Mother Margaret Alice Buckle, Father George (William) Marshall. Any info welcome!
john craven clark and hannah dawes
In my 1871 census I have John 32 (brn spofforth )and his wife Hannah 30 ( born kearby )living Spofforth with their children mary ann 9,john william 5, titus 4, george 6mth In the 1881 census Hannah is living in leeds with a Robert (nottingham) Wesley Place, Titus and George are living with them ,also Alice 5, william 3, benjamin 2 I also found John living with a Eliza Harland and a son josiah at Tilney Yard,Leeds on the 1881 census In the the 1891 census they were living in same streets but Robert and Hannah were now using the name Nottingham an additional child Ada was born in 1881 . John was now living with just his son Josiah. On the these censuses they stated were married .Can anyone tell me if Robert and Hannah married or was Hannah still married to John and Robert to someone else Hannan's son George was my g/grandfather Sue
red mail St Saviour's Orphanage Knowsthorpe Lane, Leeds
Seeking information as to where records are kept for period 1885-1895
red mail Samuel Crisp, convict
Hi We are researching Samuel Crisp who was transported to Tasmania (Van Diemen's Land as it was then known) in 1824. We know quite a bit about Samuel but sadly, we are struggling to find his birth and parents. We would be happy to share everything that we have with anyone else researching this family with a view to helping each other. We hope to hear from you soon
red mail Jackson, Triller and Lancaster
Hannah Christiana and Alice Kenny married into the above families in Leeds early 1900....any info please
red mail William Kenny Leeds Yorkshire
Looking for information on William Kenny and Sarah Jane Evans who had the following children: Hannah Christiana Alice Albert Arthur James Harry (possibly more) Albert & Arthur served WW1 and in 1919 the family lived Glencoe Place, Easy Road Leeds.
red mail LINCOLN/ELSWORTH in Leeds
I am trying to find out about my Grandfather Clifford Lincoln, apparently born in Leeds in 1910, 1911, or 1912. His birth does not match any on the BMD index. His father Arthur lived in Buslingthorpe Green in the early 1940s, and I believe his mother's maiden name was Elsworth. Despite buying every certificate in a 20 year period for Clifford Lincoln or Clifford Elsworth I have had no luck. If anyone has come across something that may help please let me know. Thanks.
red mail Sykes of Leeds/Huddersfield/London
C1851-40 New Church Place Lane Leeds Edward Sykes bn 1824 Cripplegate London cloth draper, Jane wife bn 1823 LS, Hannah, Edward, and later Caroline, Elizabeth children all bn LS, father FRANCIS SYKES(w) bn 1789 Huddersfield. Francis had bros JOHN, GEORGE, WILLIAM SCHOLEFIELD, & DAVID. Family story passed down from 2 different sources claim to be relatives of SYKES OF SLEDMERE My g/grandfather William bn 1830 Cripplegate London married twice have no info on first marriage.Please if you know this family get in touch with me - thank you.
red mail Ann Elizabeth Taylor
Ann lived at 13 Cavendish Road Leeds in the 1940's and was important in the life of Sydney Wandesforde.She later moved to Hyde Park and then to Hillside, Moseley Bottom, Cookridge, Leeds-perhaps as Mrs Wandesforde.Does anyone know anything of the family?
red mail BATLEY family baptized at St PETERS
Looking for info on Joseph Batley b 1799 Father James Batley and mother Zillah Atkinson of Shipley. James b1773 Zillah b 1773 Shipley.
red mail William Edward Watson Married to Eleanor M Procter.
Hello i am interested in tracing descendents from this couple. They married oct-dec 1924 in selby. They lived on Potternewton Crescent Leeds in 1951 and i think William was a hotel manager or pub landlord (could have been the skinners arms on scotthall road around 1951)Prior to this they lived in Selby. I know they had at least one child, Edward Watson (dob Apr-june 1925 in selby) who married Anita Margaret Howe from Harrogate and they had one son called David John (dob 17 nov 1952). Edward was murdered in fewston in june 1953 by Robert william Moore. Edward was a motor engineer and had a garage in the east end park area of leeds.PLease let me know of any info anyone may have regarding descendents of this family. Thankyou very much for taking the time to read this.
red mail Abraham (aka Thomas) & Sophie Harris
Looking for descendents of my gggfather (b. 1854), a tailor, & gggmother (b. 1851), who emigrated from Poland to Leeds about 1873 with their son Marks, daughter Bertha (Betsy), and Sophie's sister (?) Selene. They appear on the 1881 census living at 50 Trafalgar St. in Leeds. They had more children in Leeds: Pollie, Morris, & Samuel. Betsy married Simon Coats/Coots and they emigrated to Canada with their daughters Annie and Esther.
red mail Harrison - Stanley and Doris (Leeds)
Looking for descendants of (Herbert) Stanley Harrison and my Great Aunt Doris (nee Nicholson) born Nov 1894 in Hunslet, Leeds. They had two children Mary and William (Bill). I have photos of Doris and Mary as a child.
red mail Harvey Amiss
Looking for any relatives of George Harvey of Norwich or Maria his Daughter born 1843 in Norwich. Maria married John Amiss in 1862 she was baptised at St Saviours they lived in Three Kings Lane before moving to Leeds Yorks. Any info greatly appreciate Rgds Barbara
red mail Mitchells of Leeds
Looking for any family members for Mitchell. Samuel, Robert Robinson, Tom and Ulric are all my ancestors all born in Leeds. Any info most welcome. Thanks Barbara
red mail Parkinson
I am seeking information on the family of Abraham Parkinson who married Martha ? in Leeds 1828, I believe there were six children born to this union.
red mail Edith Margaret Ossitt/Ossett b. 1877
I am looking for information about Edith Margaret Ossitt (nee Hartley) in Leeds. She was last heard of working and living in a hotel in Leeds at the time of the 1901 census. However, she had a husband - Harold Ossitt - and a baby daughter - Alice Annie - who was being cared for by her inlaws. It is believed that Edith died young, but we have no evidence. We have been unable to find a record of death. Harold eventually went to live in London, but Edith was not with him. If anyone can help find what happened to Edith we would be most grateful.
red mail Plumer and Petterson
Fowler Preston and Mary Ann Petterson m. in Leeds 1821 and bore children Elizabeth Maria, Mary, Charles James, Henry and Fowler. Fowler the elder died 1838 when the children where young. Where did the family go? I have much info. on their Preston acestors to share with them.
red mail William Henry Schofield
I'm searching for info on my paternal great grandfather who died in 1905. He was of the family which started the Schofield store in Leeds. His son, Emmanuel, was a teacher in Bradford. Any info would be useful.
red mail Carol Ann Ludlow
I am trying to trace Carol Ann Ludlow, father Kenneth Victor and mother Dorothy Irene Birkett. Carol was born in 1943 and lived in Harehills Leeds. If anyone knows details of her marriage or where she is today I would be grateful if you could get in touvch
red mail TOWNEND, Daisy
Hi. Does anyone know of a Daisy TOWNEND who lived in the Leeds area during the 1930s? She is known to have served in the WRENS during WW2 and based at HMS Ganges, Shotley, Suffolk. With thanks.
red mail Ernest BROWN born 1882
I am hoping to contact anyone that might be related to, or have any information on, my great-uncle Ernest Brown. He was born in Yeadon and his family (father John William Brown and mother Elizabeth nee Sutton) moved to Armley near Leeds. Ernest was their eldest child and he had siblings Annie Elizabeth, Herbert Arthur, Florence Mary, Adelaide and William Henry. Ernest joined the army in 1902 (the Royal Garrison Artillery) and was posted overseas to Malta, Ceylon, Hong Kong and Singapore. He was discharged in June 1914 but I don't know what happened to him after that. I assume he was called up again when the First World War broke out, but I can't find any records for him and I don't know if he survived or not. I know he was still alive in 1917 because he was a witness at his brother Herbert's wedding in Leeds. If this sounds like your relative, please get in touch. I would be delighted to hear from you. Thanks!
Clarence Foch Barber
I am trying to find further information on Clarence. He was born 22.2.1919 in Leeds. I believe he married Eileen McEvoy also in Leeds.
red mail Mina Horsfall nee Skinner
I'm looking for information regarding Mina Horsfall b1884 in Leeds, West Yorkshire. She married Willie Horsfall (b1878) in 1912 in Leeds. I'd particularly like information regarding Mina and Willie's children but any information would be great. Thank you.
red mail Cocker/Catton from Leeds and Cliff areas
I am tracing my father's family, Cocker, who originally hailed from Cliff, near Selby and later from Leeds. My father moved to Oswestry around 1920, when he was five years old, his father having remarried Alice Lloyd there. I know my grandmother was called Ann Elizabeth Catton, born in 1882 in Leeds, and she died a few months after my father was born. She married William Cocker in 1904 and they had Alice in 1905, Ada in 1914 and George (my father) in 1915. Any information on any of the family would be appreciated, particulary Alice Cocker who left home about 1920 aged 15 and wasn't heard from again.
red mail Britton Family
Hi, I would like any family information on William Britton who was in Leeds around 1852. He was in the Pottery business called Warburton and Britton and actually registered a fantastic jug with the earliest wheat pattern, which was copied universally including from the Minton factory. Any Britton info from Leeds would be most helpful. All my best Barbara
red mail Children of John Walsh(e) and Mary Agnes Kilkenny
Hello, I am looking for two brothers: Joseph Patrick Walsh born in 1902 Thomas Joseph Walsh born in 1907 They were the sons of John Walsh and Mary Agnes Kilkenny. Mary Agnes married second Michael James Heneghan and had three children: Michael in 1921 Annie P. in 1920 She may have also had children named Austin Heneghan and or Leonard Walsh. If anyone is related to these people, I would love to hear from you. Mary Agnes Kilkenny is the sister of my great grandmother Ann that emigrated to the USA. None of her siblings emigrated but all stayed in Leeds. Thanks, Sandy
Shann family Leeds
Am still looking for information on William Shann family in Leeds, Yorkshire. William. Had son, Mathias, b. 1820 who married Rebecca Webster in 1845. Mathias and Rebecca had son Joseph Webster Shann b.1849. Any information would be helpful. Thanks Mary
red mail Andrews /Jackson Leeds 1886
Trying to find more info about William Henry Andrews and Mary ann Jackson.They had a son William Mathew Andrews born at 24 Duke Street,Leeds in 1886.The parents left the child at a Warrington Industrial School to be raised as an orphan.We can find no records of what happened to his parents.William Mathew Andrews was my grandfather.We would desperately like to find out where they went and why they left their child in care.This has always been a family mystery.
red mail Terry Family Leeds 1813
Isabella Terry B) Leeds 1813, married Alexander Laing B) Scotalnd 1809. they married in 29 November 1841 and had 6 children. in 1858 they owned 40 odd acres in Molescroft and when alexander died in 1861 the farm was sold and isabella moved back to leeds and owned a seed shop. Does anyone have any onformation of the parents of isabella or Alexander
red mail ABLETTS IN LEEDS IN 1800s/ 1900s
Looking for information surrounding Abletts in Leeds- I've traced my section of the Ablett family tree to my great-grandparents Edward Ablett and Mary Ashworth Ablett (maiden name Topham), who were married on 4 September 1887 in the parish of New Wortley in Leeds. After their marriage they moved to Govan in Glasgow. Grateful for any info on the Ablett family left behind or any other relevant Ablett info
red mail Ann Elizabeth Turner
Ann lived at 13 Cavendish Street Leeds in 1942, and maybe 147 Hyde Park Road Leeds, and was important in the life of Sidney Wandesforde.I would be grateful to have any information about her/them.
red mail Looking for James WALKER
Hi, I have a birth certificate for my GGG-grandfather which says that his father, James WALKER was born in Leeds ca. 1841. Family history says that he was a seaman who left England for blue skies and the open sea. Certainly I know that he had arrived in Australia by 1863 as he was married in August that year! Also, and not sure if it's relevant, but there are several 'family names' that repeat through the generations, they are: Edward, James and Joseph. Really hope that these details ring a bell with someone somewhere! Best regards
red mail kaye/ward/champlin
would like to contact any of the above especialy WARD family leeds
red mail Foster leeds
Recently discovered my great grandfather, Harold Foster (born c1885), who was a master shoemaker and resided in leeds from around 1939 if not much earlier. We believe his father was called David Foster, who was a mason and was deceased by the year 1908 when Harold married his wife Bridget McInerney (also born 1885)in Limerick, Ireland whilst serving as a soldier in the Royal Munster Fusiliers. We think Harold made sergeant. Harold had at least two children, Mary Margaret Foster (b1909) and my grandfather Gerald Patrick Foster, (who served in world war 2 and later moved to tyne and wear with his wife Maud (nee) Robertson.) They may have had more children at a later date. I'm looking for any information anyone might have if this sounds like your Harold and Bridget Foster, or if this sounds like your David Foster. I can't seem to find any death records for Harold or Bridget, or even for David. All I know is that David must have died at some point between 1884 and 1908 when Harold married, as his marriage certificate says he is dead. Bridget's father is given on same cetificate as Samuel McInerney, also deceased. thanks Andy
red mail Decendants of Verdi Fawcett and Silvia Fortune Raine
I'm looking for decendents of Silvia Fortune Raine born 26 March 1897 and Verdi Fawcett believed to have lived in the Leeds area. I understand that Alvin Ernest Verdi Fawcett born 1923 was one child from this union. I know Silvia's daughter Hilda May Raine was adopted by her elder married sister Hilda Johnstone also living in Leeds. After adoption Hilda May was known as Nutty Johnstone and was bridesmaid at my Mum's(Marjory Raine)Wedding. Marjory is the daughter of Silvia's elder brother Henry Raine born 3 October 1881.
red mail Rhodes/Dale
Looking for look-up on Charles Rhodes (about June 1, 1827) who was married to Mary Ann Dale (about 1831 Easingwold). Their children were Frank, Richard (Nov 13, 1862), Mary b 1864, Martha b. 1867. Frank might have owned a factory of some sort (maybe clothing) in Leeds as we found an old letter. Charles may have been the son of Abraham Rhodes b. 1792 in Huntington then died in Easingwold. Any information on any of them would be nice. The family may have belonged to St. Peter's Church in Leeds???
red mail Harrison/Saville/Brooke
Searching for connections to William Harrison (abt 1803 to 1860's), his wife Mary Myers (abt 1807 to 1860's) and their children who lived in Leeds/Hunslet. Eldest daughter Jane married Daniel Saville in 1852 and their children included Elizabeth (married Thomas Lawson), John, Tom, Mary Ellen and Sarah. Son Houseman (Housman) married Hannah Brooke (daughter of Benjamin Brook(e) and Ann Danby) in 1868 and emigrated to Australia in 1881. Houseman returned to Leeds in 1890's. His death in 1912 was registered by Sarah Saville, wife of Tom.
red mail Hetty King and Waton family link
I am trying to prove the supposed link (family oral history) that the WWII drag artist and famous music hall star Hetty King real surname Emms)was a cousin of one of my Watson (from Leeds) ancestors. My Watsons include Florence Hannah Watson (b.7 April 1879). Would be grateful if anyone out there could shed any light on this mystery. Thanks
red mail Steads of Hunslet/Holbeck
I am struggling to locate the correct birth certificate reference of Arthur Stead (b.3 Jan 1868 and died. 1935). Arthur's father was James Stead and mother may have been called Ann. I can find no birth references to match Arthur's birth date. Arthur married Frances Morrill (b.5 Jan 1867) in Holbeck on 17 Aug. 1889). Can anyone help with this, or maybe the Parish records referenced for his baptism? Ta
red mail searching for surname Leeds area
My mother's surname was Tuddenham..(Doris)I would like any information from any relatives living in the area. thank you. Christina
red mail John Hughes1794-1853
Having fought in the Peninsular War and Waterloo, John Hughes became a brass founder in Leeds at Lowerhead Row, where his father or grandfather had been a farrier in the late 1700's. John married Susanna Walker in 1827. He died in 1853 leaving his foundry to his son Thomas and his shares in the California gold and logging Company and the new gas companies to his daughter Isabella Hartley, who had emigrated to Durban S.A. If anyone knows anymore about John and his ancestors I would be delighted to hear from you.
red mail benjamin pickersgill
I'm looking for relatives of my grandfather, Benjamin Pickersgill, born in Seacroft, Yorkhire, 13/11/1875 To William Pickersgill and Elizabeth Rawling. He married my grandmother, Annie Boland in 1907 and they had 3 children, John, Thomas and Mary Irene(Rene), my mother. Would appreciate any information on him since we do not know when or where he died. Thanks, Maggie
red mail DERRIG
Seeking information about the late Kathleen Derrig, Late wife of late Patrick Derrig - seeking her death records, burial site, grave details etc. Children put into Dr Banardoes, Street Lane, Roundhay. Also around Burley Road area, Tinshill and Cookridge area.
red mail Looking for Harry FOSTER
Harry Foster was my grandfather's older brother and the only one of his siblings that I have not been able to trace. Harry was born in Leeds on 14 August 1886 and his mother Emily died when he was 6 years old. In the census of 1901, he was living in the village of Farsley with his father Joseph and step-mother Elizabeth with their combined family of 10 children. I know that for a time he worked at Wade's dye works near Horsforth. In 1911, he was lodging with the Jackson family at 34 Seymour Street, Bramley and his occupation was as a Gents Cutter. Harry joined the army during the 1914-18 war because I have seen a photo of him in uniform, but from that time on, I have no knowledge of what happened to him. I don't know if he survived the war or not. For information, his siblings were Thomas William (born 1877), Charles (1879), Jane Ann (1881), Emily (1882), John (1888), half-brother Percy (1898), and half-sisters Lizzie (1901) and Lily (1903). If anyone has any information on Harry, I would be very pleased to hear from you. Thanks.
Clifford Craven, Leeds and Wisbech
Am looking to trace family and relatives of Clifford Craven, born 1881 and who was a Hotel boots all his working life apart from service in France in WW1. Clifford's father George was a coachman. Clifford was registered as living/working in Wortley, Leeds in 1901. He moved to East Anglia after WW1 and married Ethel Holdsworth (from Dewsbury) in 1923. They had 3 children; Elizabeth (Betty), Margaret (Peggy), and lastly Edward (Ted), in 1932 - my father. Clifford died suddenly in 1935. I have several leads for my grandmother Ethel, which will be pursued elsewhere, as she had several brothers and many of those relatives are probably still in Leeds, West Riding and East Riding. However, I have no leads/links to Clifford Craven, other than a name for his father. (He may have previously been married, he may have had children by that marriage). Any help on this front would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Pritchard
William Bridget Pritchard, according to censuses, was born in Leeds around 1802. With Margaret Richmond, originally from Dublin, three of his children were born in Leeds: William Bridgett Pritchard (c.1832), Thomas Richmond Pritchard (c.1835), and James or Joseph (1839). In 1841 in Manchester, he was a labourer, but later became a chiropodist. His father was James Pritchard, a joiner. Any references to the above in Leeds welcome
red mail Lonsdale
Searching for Lonsdale family in Leeds, around the 'bank' area which was near east street, saxton gardens, close to city centre. My family has Samuel Lonsdale (b1856) and Mary Ann (Titterington)(b1868), living on Kent Street. They had 9 children of which 2 died. Samuel's parents were John Lonsdale (b1828) and Jane Brown (b1828). They had; Edmund, Sophia, Joseph, Mary, and Isabella (Ratcliffe). Samuel's parents were Edmund Lonsdale and Sophia Cawthray.
red mail Pape
Researching relatives. The Pape family. William Markham Pape owned a clothing factory in Leeds around 1910 to 1920. Two of his sons were in the Leeds Pals battalion in World War One. One son, James, was killed in action aged 20. The other, Ernest, survived. Any help or information greatly appreciated. John
red mail Esther Wade wife of Joseph Sharp
Do you know about an Esther Wade born about 1818 in Armley, West Yorkshire and married a Joseph Sharp?
red mail Quarmby
Mary Ann Quarmby (b. abt. 1856) in Bradford, father John (shoemaker) She married Thomas Holmes in 1874. Mary Ann lived in Headingley cum Burley in 1901 census with Walter Harker. Any information greatly appreciated.
red mail Pickett, Roberts, Aveyard, Clark
George Pickett born in 1885 in Leeds, dad is James Aveyard Pickett (cabinet maker b. 1858) and mum is Harriet Ann Roberts (b. 1852). George married Ada Clark in 1910. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Carrodon/Colaran/Carroden
Catherine (unsure of surname, depends where you look!) was born in Ireland possibly around 1845. She married William Appleyard in 1865 in St Peter's church in Leeds. William and Catherine had 9 children between 1866 and 1883. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
James Porter WEBSTER, born Leeds c1833, son of George WEBSTER and Sarah GIBLETT. I was surprised to find this reference to Yorkshire as this family was mainly from around London, Middlesex and Surrey, with some Somerset connections.
red mail Melville/Mount Preston, Leeds
My grandfather Charles Melville occupied two houses on Mount Preston 39/41. Are there any Leeds people who have photos of Mount Preston? Also does anyone remember the family or are connected to it? I understand Charles had an interest in the Salvation Army and worked as an Ironfounders Manageer. Help would be appreciated. This was about 1870's
red mail Herbert BROWN and Bertha G. HOLLIDAY
I am trying to trace anyone who may remember, or may be related to, my Dad's uncle and aunt, Herbert and Bertha Brown, nee Holliday. They were married at All Souls church, Leeds in 1917 and had two daughters, Ada M Brown (born 1920) and Elsie Brown (born 1922). When my Dad came home on leave from the army during the Second World War, he used to visit them and they lived at that time very close to his parents, on or near to the Seacroft Estate, Leeds. I would really like to find out what happened to them. Thanks.
red mail The Roses , Adel cum Eccup
Can any of you out there help?I am looking for information about David Bayldon, and Sydney Albert Wandesforde who bought this property in 1949.
Robert POUNDER (born Stokesley 1838) married Elizabeth Esther CROW in 1864 and they lived in Leeds from around 1870. He was my Great Grandfather's brother. They had eight children - Robert H POUNDER, Elizabeth Ann POUNDER, Stephen POUNDER, Frederick POUNDER, Albert POUNDER, Selena POUNDER, Ellen Amelia POUNDER and Gertie POUNDER. I have never managed to find anyone connected with this branch of the family.
red mail Thomas Legge married Leeds 1840
Thomas Legge b.1810 Dover, Kent, married Charlotte Bradbury, daughter of Wlliam Bradbury, solicitor. At the time of marriage Thomas was a gunner in the Royal ? Artillary. Seeking decendants of Thomas and Charlotte.
red mail Melville/Leeds
Does anyone have information about the Melville family, Charles, Lillian (formerly Bancroft), Selina, Ellen, Claude, Percy and Alan siblings. Is anything known about Charle's connection with the Salvation Army in Leeds? They lived in Yorkshire around 1871 onwards, might also have a connection in Wortley.
red mail William FOSTER of Woodhouse
I have recently discovered that my great-great-grandfather William Foster was born in the Woodhouse area of Leeds in 1813. I have a copy of his baptism record (from St. Peter's parish church of Leeds) which states his father was John Foster, Cloth Dresser of Woodhouse, and his mother was called Hannah. They married probably at St. Peter's around 1808-1811. I would be grateful for any info on William's brothers and sisters. If this sounds like your ancestors, I would love to hear from you.
red mail Dean/Cooper
Information needed about the marriage of James Dean and Jane Cooper (b 1844)from Leeds Any information greatly appreciated
red mail Thompson Family
I am looking for info on the descendants of Helen Jane Thompson b.1848,David Thompson b.1846,John Thompson b. u/k who in 1861 resided at 8 Newton Terrace Leeds.
red mail leeds hebdens
anyone searching for the leeds hebdens? Would love to hear from you as I am just starting out on my family research
red mail Wroot, , Herbert
Herbert Wroot was sub editor of the Yorkshire Post and lived in Leeds in the early part of the 1900s. He was a keen amateur archaeologist and geologist. He raised my grandfather Ralph Ewart Ford. Does anyone have any information about him ?
red mail Sarah Ulissa Wood nee Holliday
Are there any descendants out there of Sarah Ulissa Wood nee Holliday who married John Wood 5 June 1890 in Leeds or their son Albert Wood born March 1901. Also of Sarah's other siblings, Edward Holliday married in Manchester Dec.25 1865 to Mary Ann Chester; Susan Holliday who married Richard Walker June 1888 in Leeds, with son George Clifton Walker born Sept 1889 Leeds; or Eliza Ann Holliday who married Harry Whittaker 25 May 1896 in Leeds, children Lydia and Lily born Hesthorpe, Yorks: William Green Holliday married to Emma Greenwood between 1881 and 91 living in Whickham, Durham in 1901 with daughter Lilian b. 1896. I am g.grandaughter of John Holliday, their brother. Pam
red mail hebden/hutchinson
I am trying to find information about the marriage of my grandma,Jane elizabeth hutchinson to walker hebden in 1901 (?). Haven'y been able to find any info about Jane elizabeth - where born etc.
red mail looking for descendants
Francis Annie Fox born 1889 Shropshire married Sam Wilson born 1891 Leeds Yorkshire They married September 1913 Leeds Yorkshire children; Thomas born 1915 Leeds, Nellie born 1920 Leeds
red mail Wilkinson
I'm trying to trace family of my late father Bernard Wilkinson B. 6.6.27 son of Benjamin Wilkinson from Leeds. Please help!!
red mail Moyles Family ? from North Street Born in Edindburgh 1912
I am trying to trace my grandfathers family to form my family tree, My grandfather was born 7/7/12 registered as Michael John McConnel Moyles in edinburgh born to a margerate Moyles father unknown no fixed abode. I believe he was bought up by family in Co Mayo but at the age of 14 he moved to Leeds to live with an aunt or uncle ?north street. He moved from Co.Mayo. Whilst living in Leeds I believe he also refered to himself as Dennis Moyles (or Michael John St Dennis Moyles). There is talk that he worked on a fairground in Leeds and was possibly a prizefigther and MC at an Leeds Irish Club. Does this story ring any bells with anyone. In the late 1930s he moved to Lowestoft in Suffolk, Help
red mail Samuel Horner of Leeds
Looking for ancestors/relatives of Samuel Horner, born in Leeds, married there, emigrated to Canada in 1910, his son, Stanley Horner, b. 1898, is my grandfather.
red mail Mary Jane Dawson
Mary Jane Dawson worked as a servant in Leeds in 1881. She lived at home wih her parents in the St Mary's area. Anyone any clues as to where she worked or how I can find out? She is at home in the 1881 census.
red mail claytons of Leeds
I am seeking info on Alfred Clayton born 1887? +/- 2 yrs He and his wife fanny operated a sewing and notions shop sometime in the 1920's in Leeds. They had a son George Albert born 1914 or 1915 and may have had another son Alfred John (or John Alfred) and a daughter Selina. Any info that may be connected would be appreciated.
HAW Family
Looking for information on Thomas Haw 1821-95 Leeds. Married Elizabeth Blackstone (1821-80) in Rothwell in Jan 1839. With two children, Samuel and Ellen, migrated to Australia onboard the Success in 1842 arriving 1843.
red mail Melville
Need information about Charles Melville, described as Engineers Manager, in Leeds. He would be about 30 years of age in 1870 when he first was listed in Leeds. Believe he lived at Mount Preston.
red mail looking for Graham Simpson
Looking for Graham simpson in leeds area.
red mail Mary Milnes b. 1827c Leeds
I am searching for information about the above person. I think she was born in Hunslet around 1827. She married Andrew Foster in 1846 (I think - can't find details). They moved to Ripon and had many children. Any information would be extremely helpful!
red mail McIntosh Cowper, Leeds
I am trying to find out what happened to Jessie McIntosh Cowper, last heard of in 1952. I understand from documents that she lived in the Middleton area, Leeds. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
red mail Thompson Family
I am looking for Info on siblings and parents of William Henry Thompson b.Leeds in 1850. He married Ann Parke at Belgrave Chapel Leeds on sep 9 1875. He had one brother I know of John Thompson who was Captain Of SS Carnegie. This ship under J.T's command took W.H.& family from Amsterdam To Melbourne Australia in 1886 Sailing dates jan 29 1886 - may 15 1886.The only knowledge I have Of William's parents are: Father, James Thompson & mother, Grace (maiden name)Hannah
red mail Denbigh
I am looking for anyone who may have known of my grandfather John Denbigh. In 1935 to about 1956 he had a gents outfitters?tailors business in Beckett Street Leeds.
We are looking for information on a family SMITH, in 1861 living at 209 Shadwell Road, Chapel Allerton. In particular we need details about Hannah SMITH (b.1853) and her sister Elizabeth (b.1854), both in Moor Allerton. Interestingly, the next-door family was DONISTHORPE - whose son Wordsworth (named after the poet to whom the family were related) later invented the first motion picture apparatus in 1876.
red mail Meeson family of Leeds
Is there anyone in Leeds that are descended from John Meeson, master brushmaker, or the Meesons who had hardware shops near Kirkgate Market, and posisbly in Eastgate Ta Howard
red mail Mills family- Leeds
Looking for descendants of John, Benjamin and James Mills who lived in Potternewton in the early to mid 1800s. They worshipped at Chapel Allerton. John married Eliz. Hartley and James married Martha Brownridge in St. Peters, Leeds in 1815. By 1901 descendants included Lindon Price Mills, Maggie Gott Mills and Joseph William Mills who lived in Raglan Street. Relatives in Australia would be pleased to make contact with interested parties.
red mail WILSON
Looking for info on CATHERINE WILSON b 1814 in Leeds. She emigrated to Australia in 1832 where she married JAMES COSIER (1814-1857) in 1834 and JOSEPH DOWLEY (1792-1874) in 1858.
I am researching our family history and looking for Robert born 1880 to Edward and Lizzie Moorey.Their other children were Lilian, Rose, Myra, Edward, William and Ernest. Myra, Edward,William and Ernest had a middle name of Laycock. They were all born in Leeds.I can't find Robert after 1891 census. Any help appreciated. Pam
red mail Bell family in leeds 1873
i am trying to find any info on john william bell born 1 april 1873 at 1 greaves yard leeds. His father was James Adam Bell his mother was mary strange. They had 4 children John William but known as William John/Robert/Polly(ann)/and another girl name not known.
red mail George Frederick FOSTER
I am hoping to contact descendants of George Frederick Foster, who was born in Leeds in 1848. He emigrated to South Australia with his wife Agnes (nee Allen), son George who would have been about 5 years old and two year old daughter Agnes Elizabeth. They sailed onboard the ship "Woodlark" and arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia on 21 February 1879. George F. and Agnes had another son Oscar born 1880 in Brompton, Adelaide. I believe George Frederick died in 1885, aged about 37. If there are any Aussie descendants of George F. who would like to contact me here in England, I would be happy to swap information.
Am looking for information about James Daymond Ellis, born India c1842 and married to Josephine Minnie Balls before 1870. Josephine was born c 1845. Believe they may have ended up living in Leeds area - their last four children were born in Hunslet & Rothwell areas of Leeds. Have got very stuck as hard to find information on people born in India and would like to trace this line of the family tree back further! James is known to have been a book keeper in the leather trade, and died sometime between 1891 and 1901. They had six children, the first two being born in London and Reading (berks). Any information gratefully received. Many thanks.

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