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Margaret Wilson
I am searching for information on Margaret Wilson. She was born in Pontefract in 1929. I think her father was called Bob.
red mail HESELTINE of Pontefract
I am searching for information on Sarah HESELTINE born about 1801 in Pontefract, Yorkshire, England. She married James STOTT as his second wife on 29 November 1830 in St. Peter's Church, Leeds, Yorkshire, England, and they are my 3rd great grandparents. I'm writing from New Hampshire, USA. Thank you,
red mail Heppenstall/Atkinson Family
I am looking for information on the parents of Ann or Anne Heppenstall who was born about 1779 and married Richard Atkinson around 15 Feb 1885 at All Saints Pontefract, West Riding, Yorkshire, England. Their children were Richard, Joseph, Hannah, Ann, George, Thomas, Mary, Benjamin, Catherine, Ann, Bessy and Emma. His parents were Thomas Atkinson and Christiana Himsworth. He was born 12 May 1782 in Pontefract, West Riding, Yorkshire, England. Rose
red mail Corlett Family Research
I am trying to find any information about William 'Bill' Corlett b 1931 Ince, Wigan. Parents Joseph Corlett and Margaret Scrivens lived Windermere Rd Ince. William had 5 siblings, Alf, Joe, Joyce, Marg and Tom. William married Beryl Williams in 1961, they had 2 daughters - Jacqueline and Amanda both born in the early 1960's. William was a soldier. Unsure whether he was a full time serviceman or just served his National Service - family photos show him in uniform. I have reason to believe, but have no confirmation at the moment, that Beryl re-married 1974 in Pontefract to a David T Shaw. I have also received information that Jacqueline married in 1981, Pontefract to a Kevin M Russell. I have no information at the moment about Amanda. Any further information would be gratefully appreciated. Regards Julie
red mail Prospect house
researching Nellie Allison servant 1911 census at Prospect House employer Herbert Burton. Was this part of the workhouse , infirmary and cottages. Her father is listed as inmate at the workhouse working as a clogger. Trying to fit the pieces together
red mail Pontefract Hospital P.G.I.
I am on the lookout for old photos or information about P.G.I. (Pontefract General Infirmary) The old hospital (Southgate entrance) is now closed & the later hospital buildings and A&E behind (Friarwood entrance) is being demolished. I have been taking photos of this destruction! but would like to hear from anyone that worked there or has any photos or info from the good old days of this fine hospital, thank you.
red mail jewelers
any information on Mortons jewelers the shop was at Ropergate end. Iknow the owner lived there with his daughter in 1950
red mail alice hughes birth in horsefair.
My great grandad George Hughes from Shrewsbury and his wife Elizabeth (Moore) from Cambridge gave birth to their first child Alice in horsefair Pontefract. As they has both lived and worked in east Leeds with there families and after had four more children in east Leeds it puzzles me as to why they were in Pontefract in 1867.I was told that the waterways connected the two towns and it may have been on a special trip or looking for a job situlation that found them there.Can anyone throw any light on this question.
red mail looking for photos & info of Tanshelf
Tanshelf was once a housing estate in Pontefract between 1890 - 1973 when they demolished all the houses & shops. This was once a happy community, neighbours always willing to help. We are arranging a reunion for all family, friends & neighbours that once lived DOWN TANSH'. Even if you just visited family or friends there, you are more than welcome to come along & share your memories & photos with us. You may have found your family living in Tanshelf when researching the later Census. Lots of families came from outside of Yorkshire to live here & find jobs at the local pits & liquorice factories. (some of mine did) Would love to hear your comments about Tansh' so please share with us on here. I will try to help where I can with any queries on Tanshelf or family research. Anyone wishing to come to our Reunion then it will be on Sunday 27th February 2011 starting at 5pm until closing, upstairs at the Workingmen's Club up Halfpenny Lane, Pontefract. Please help spread the word, there are quite a few we are having trouble finding. Also still in search of lots more photos and infomation. Did you ever visit the Alex? (Alexandra Theatre to see a show or boxing match) stay at the Queen's Hotel? (when visiting the area or go to the horse racing at the Park) the baths? or the fairground?
red mail Searching for information on people
Looking for any information relating to the family of Fred Tomlinson who was born 04 May 1899 in the Pontefract area. He had a brother Clarence (birth date unknown) and a sister Ivy (birth date unknown). His parents were John and Emily Tomlinson (maiden name unknown). The family moved to Birmingham in the early 1900's and settled in the Selly Oak area. His sister stayed in Yorkshire and may have been involved in the theatre/music.
Paradise Gardens
I am aware that 1, Paradise Gardens, was the workhouse, but could someone tell me if there were ordinary houses with the address of just Paradise Gardens with no number attached. I now have 3 family members with that address given, who have been workers, not appearing to have been destitute.
red mail Mangham Maughan
looking for information on Alfred Johnson Maughan (although some census have the name as Mangham) born at booths 1899 dropped the surname and became Alfred Johnson. Mum Ann brother Patrick and sister Ann. Lived in Lemon Alley in 1901 any info gratefully received
red mail the Priestlays, Chemists in the Market place
The Priestlay family were chemists in the Market place of Pontefract for over 40 years, from at least 1834 to 1874. My ggg-grandfather Henry Priestlay (1807-1863) was already using that -AY spelling of his surname in 1834 when he was one of four "Chymists & Druggists" in the Market place listed by Pigot's Directory of Pontefract. According to census records, Henry Priestlay had been born in Bankside, Thorne, Yorkshire. I know that he married Fanny Mitchell Cawthorn in 1832, when she was 21. They had two surviving children, second son Wade Cawthorn Priestlay (1835-1874) who married Sarah Ann Naylor in 1865 and daughter Mary Hannah (1845-1906) who married John William Rhodes in 1870. Wade worked with his father, and took over the business after Henry's death, but sadly he died at age 38 of apoplexy, leaving 4 young children who were raised by their Naylor grandparents (in the Wool Market), their mother having gone blind. The business was sold. I have never seen photos of any of the family, historic photos of their shop, or any photos of the Pontefract market place of that era....
red mail Whittern (Samuel) Bap.1697
Whittern (Thomas) Bap.1731.
Hi im looking for any relitive to a thomas dickinson he came from ponty im told,but moved to barnsley and married jane dickinson,im told he had a brother and could have more than 1 if anyone can help let me know plz.jane
red mail Albert Ernest Watkins b 1885 Hartshill, Dudley
Looking for descendants of Albert Ernest Watkins born 1885 in Hartshill, Dudley, married to Annie Oliver and son of Joseph Watkins and Mary Ann Worton. Albert Ernest, brother of Alice who was born in 1905 and will be 105 this year. Alice is still living in the Brierley Hill area and would be very interested in what has happened to Albert's family. In 1911 Albert was living with his family at 123 Church Street, Pensnett. Regards Ann
red mail Clarke family, Pontefract 1901
Wilfred Clarke b1864 Stamford Bridge and wife Alice (nee Marshall) lived 5 Addingteyn Yard, Pontefract 1901. Children: Gertrude,Charles b1895,Amelia and Elizabeth. Anyone know anything about them subsequently? Thanks John
red mail Hodge fatial car accident 1968
My husband's uncle Gerald Courtney Hodge was killed 29 Sept 1968 in Pontefract, in an auto accident along with his wife Marian B. ?( we don't know her maiden name). We can't locate a way to do a search for this information, in the newspaper. Is there someone who could do a search of the newspaper to see if there was a write up or report for him? We live in the USA and don't know how or which newspaper to try and check. Patty
red mail Alice Maud Spong
Alice Maud Spong originating from Bracknell Berkshire, gave birth to a daughter Margaret Irene July 8, 1919 in Pontefract area. Any information about the father of her child would be welcome. He was supposedly already married and his name was Harry Smithy. Alice and daughter Margaret returned and lived in London where Alice married Charles Royal Clark, a grocer.
red mail Harry Smithy born around 1888
I am looking for info about my real grandfather who was supposed to have been in the RAF and originated from the Pontefract area.
I was separated from my mother Eva Barrett nee Bradley when I was a baby in 1946 and am looking for any info about her. My father was Mark Barrett and a brushmaker. Dad is now deceased. They lived on East Parade in Harrogate but I was born at No.1 Paradise Gardens in Pontefract? Any info would be eagerly received. I also lived at an orphanage I believe in Harrogate between 1946 and 1951, if anyone remembers let me know. Thanks.
red mail Samuel Sanderson connections
In 1881 census, Samuel Sanderson is living with George Mitchell and family at Gillygate, Pontefract. It is believed Samuel Sanderson married a distant member of the family, possibly a Rumbold or a Ward, but we have been unable to confirm this. Any clues on family connections would be appreciated.
red mail Midland Rail engine drivers
Hi try to find a few old ancestors of my West Yorks family. Robert Edwards settled in this area, and his children settled in Pontefract. Gerald Liagar Edwards, and his only daughter Ethel Loretto Rogers, after she married in 1911, to Herbert Rogers and Railway employee living in Pontefract, where her 4 children grew up. thanks for looking Tim.
red mail Dodgsons
Seeking info on the family of Frederick Dodgson, furniture dealer, b 1842 Wakefield who married Charlotte Ann Turner in Doncaster in 1865. They had four children, all born in Wakefield: Harry b 1867, Annie b. 1869, William b1871 and Emily b 1872. The family then moved to Beech Grove, Pontefract, where they are on the 1881 census. Daughter Annie died there 15 Jan 1886. After that - no trace of any of the family. Did they emigrate? Frederick's brother was Robert Dodgson who was an undertaker/auctioneer/cabinet maker in Wakefield. Any info gratefully received
red mail Conway/ Moran
I am looking for information about my father Thomas Conway. I am not sure where he was born I believe it may be Ireland but I have a baptism record saying that he lived at 19 Tempest Terrace Pontifract with his mother Mary Conway nee Moran and Thomas Conway for the 2nd January 1903. We believe he was born in December 1902. The wittness at the baptism was John Moran. If anyone can shed any light on him or the Moran family I would be most grateful
red mail Coates Pugh Yorkshire - Scotland
Looking for cousins that I lost touch with before I left England for Canada. They are Leslie A. Coates b. 1943; Marilyn A. Coates b.1947; Paul Coates b. 1950. They have a sister Glenys who passed away 2002. Their parents are Leslie Coates/Mary Ingram Pugh both deceased to my knowledge. There is a lot of family in Scotland as well that would be delighted to find out how they all are. I'm Terry :)
red mail Star Yard, (Star Inn) SPURR
Researching HENRY SPURR & (his third wife)SARAH MILNER who lived for many years in Star Yard, raising his & their own children. I would also like to write a little about Star Yard, what the houses/area was like etc & the familes that lived there. The houses are no longer standing, just the name sign on a ginnel between two shops. No mention of Star Yd on the 1841 & 1851 Census. Star Inn mentioned on the 1861 but nothing later. I have found reference in Pigots Trade Dirctory 1829 for Star Inn as a Coaching Inn. It looks like the Inn was turned into houses or demolished first. Only found few bits in Pontefract's musuem as yet, but still checking the many file boxes they have. Thanks.
red mail O'Connor
Looking for any info on Peter and Sarah O'Connor nee (Cavanagh) and children,Monica,Veronica and Frank.Lived in Pontefract during the 1920s.Sarah and children left to go and live in London,probably about 1935? Peter went to South Shields.Any help greatly appreciated. Michael.
red mail BLACKBURN, Joe
Joe Blackburn "Mr Pontefract", at one time a very well-known local man (alderman, mayor, etc) is supposed to have been related to my grand-mother Edith Annie (nee Blackburn). Any information about his ancestry would be welcome - there were too many Blackburns around for clarity.
red mail TURVER - tragic accident?
My great-aunt Edith Spurr (1885-?) married George Turver in 1904 and they had four children. There is a family story that one of them, we don't know who, fell through the ice near Niagara Falls and was presumably drowned. Seeking confirmation / fuller details, e.g what were they doing in North America?
red mail WRAY family
The Wrays seem to be associated with my family (Spurr of Pontefract). George Spurr (1851-1922), a cousin of my great grandfather (also confusingly called George Spurr), married Christiana Hall whose sister was Ellen Wray - his housekeeper. Both ladies, and Ellen's daughter Hannah Frances Wray, continued to live with George until their deaths, and they are all buried together in Pontefract Cemetery. My great-aunt Ellen Spurr (1878-?) - who would have been George's second cousin I suppose, married Walker Wray in 1896, and they had a son also named Walker. I understood Walker (senior) was a Hull fisherman. Any information to help clarify would be gratefully received.
red mail SPURR - Joseph (1883-1969)
I am researching biographical details of the brothers and sisters of my grandfather, Joseph Spurr. There were eleven of them, born in Pontefract between 1874 and 1900. I already have most of their basic dates.
red mail Upper Park House
My Great Grandfather was born at Upper Park House,does anyone know what or where this is? He was Arthur Smith son of Joseph.
Thomas Walker b 1745 Pontefract and bapt 14/11/1745 married Ann Perfect b1751c in 1781. Do you know the right Ann Perfect there are several alternatives. Can you add ancestral info, parents for both of them and make the day perfect for me. Thank you
William Brierley married Charlotte Mennards in Pontefract 7 Jan 1825. I have both born circa 1800 possibly in Pontefract or nearby. Do you have dates and places of birth and any ancestry details? Are they related to you. Pleae get in touch.
red mail Hospital Buildings
I too am looking for old photos of the old hospital buildings, particularly Southgate Villa. I wrote to the Hospital but they have nothing was the response although they will keep me in mind. The library are unable to help.
red mail Fox , Oxley, Whitlock, Osmond, Stoddart Scott, Hartley , Grace
Friar Wood House Pontefract Trying to find out the history of our home and the previous inhabitants. The house was built in Pontefract, West Yorkshire in the early 1840s by the printer and publisher in Pontefract.... George Fox and his relatively new wife Elizabeth (nee Smith ? ) from Thorpe Audlin. The Fox family owned the house for at least 55 years years with it passing via his widow (who remarried and became Elizabeth Oxley)to a neice, Eliza Whitlock who had family returned from India in Thorpe Audlin. A surviving nephew had the name of George Fox Copley but disappears off the records.We know that Dr E B Osmond resided at this location for a number of years in the 20s, renting off Ms Whitlock before her death in about 1927. At some point between 1895 and 1940 the house was redevloped into two large flats. We also know that Jessie Stoddart Scott was one of the next owners , possibly inheriting from her father or brother John Stoddart Scott.. the MP for Ripon in the 1950s. Ms Scott then sold the property in the 1940s to Ms Constance Mary Hartley who eventually deeded the property to Pontefract Borough Council(Corporation at the time). Most of the land ws then annexed in to the Valley Gardens Park. During the following thirty odd years the Council used the house for council workers, policemen living there and we believe someone who was involved with gathering and storing in the old coach house the aritfacts currently now in the Pontefract museum and that they were connected to the running of the Wakefield museum. After years of decline, the Council sold the house to Mr Malcolm Grace, a builder, who converted the house further into three flats, and lived here from approx 1980 to 2000. The house then passed to Mr and Mrs Thompson who ran the Horse Vaults Pub and they started to convert the house back to one dwelling. A quick turn around to Mr Christopher Streatfield who then passed away unexpectedly a year or so later resulting in a year of no occupants before we took on the task of a long and total renovation to return this old lady to her former glory. Any information, memories or photos to look at the original fixtures etc. would be greatly appreciated. As the house is listed as of historic interest we would like to piece together its past and all information will be collated into a booklet to be held at the Pontefract Museum.
red mail Sykes/Hirst
My great great grandfather was George C Sykes born 1843 in Pontefract. I have an original letter written in 1863 by English Master, Jim Hirst? of Kippax Hall near Leeds giving him an employment reference as a teacher. Perhaps there are some ancestors of either gentleman?
red mail Rishworth=Pontefract
I am seeking information about a William Rishworth, probably born between 1780 and 1795, who lived for some time in Pontefract (I don't know whether or not he was born there) where he and his wife (unknown) had at least one son, John Rishworth, c. 1818 (my great-great-grandfather). William was a labourer. He seems to have been alive in 1848, when John Rishworth married Frances (Fanny) Greenfield, because the marriage certificate does not record him as deceased. I cannot find trace of William on the 1841 census, however; but it may be that he was by then living elsewhere in Yorkshire. It is also likely that William had at least two other children: Mary, born c. 1815 and William, born c. 1821.
red mail Holdsworth Family
Looking for information on Robert Holdsworth born 1905 married to Alice born 1904 nee Hale and his family before him. My great Aunt and Uncle.
red mail bedfords
My mother Lilian Gibson nee Bedford was born at Tanshelf I think Her Mothers maiden name was Briggs My father was Laurence Gibson I am 63 now There are Morritts in the family tree and Poskitts.
red mail Shaw family
I am trying to find information on the Shaw family who I believe ran a newsagents business in Pontefract in the early 1930s. I believe the owner was John Robert Shaw and his daughter, Elsie, was my aunt. Any info would be garetfully received. Ian
red mail Hibbitt Family
I am trying to find info on my gdad's parents. His name is William Townsend Hibbitt & he mar: Joan Pringle in Dec 1930. His father was Joseph A Hibbitt & he mar: Annie Shaw. That is all the info i have on them.Any info would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Pavers of Pontefract
For details of an extensive Paver family tree about one third based on Pontefract in the nineteenth century or to exchange information contact Allan
red mail david engelbert/englebert
My greatgrandfather, David Engelbert, lived 46 Monkhill Avenue, Pontefract. I believe he was living with his son in law, Ernest or James Jackson, who was married to David's daughter, Maud May or Mary Jane. David died in 1939 aged 89 at no 46 and is interned in Pontefract Cemetery. I believe his name was originally Emil Dacid Engelbrecht and that he came from Germany, somewhere near the Swiss border, in about 1866. He married in Liverpool and worked out of that port as a ships steward. I am not sure why or how he ended his days in Yorkshire but I would appreciate anyone up there with any knowledge of this family getting in touch with me. Regards Frederick
red mail Hospital buildings
At moment workmen are demolishing all hospital buildings next to Pontefract Hospital. (Nurses flats, offices, Southgate Villa & Southgate House etc) Looking for any old photos or info of these please. Thank you
red mail Pontefract Yorkshire
I am looking for any information on an Asquith family who lived in Pontefract around 1900 and earlier. The mother from the Gosling (sp?)family. The children were Walter, Mabel (1904-2002), Betty (Elizabeth) and Charles. Most of the children came to Canada at the early part of 1920s or so. The men in the family were coal miners. Mabel married Albert Taylor and had a son, Gerry. Any information on this family would be useful.
red mail Piper - Haries - Moran
Hi im looking for any information for John Piper (b1900-1983) he married Louisa HARIES(b1905-1927)having 2 children Robert(b1927-2005) & Emilly (d1962?) he then remarried to Ellen MORAN (b1900-1992)having 3 children Mary, Ivy, Patrick They resided at Pontefract
mistake on last message it was my great, great grandfather that died at Paradies Gardens
red mail Paradise Gardens
My great grandfather HARRY PONSONBY died at No.1 Paradise Gardens too, in 1925. It was Pontefract's Workhouse, later Headlands Hospital, now all demolished. There is a booklet out called Paradise Gardens, lots of info & few pictures.
red mail Grandad
My grandad lived in Thorne,near Doncaster in 1947 when he died,but his death certificate says that he died in No.1 Paradise Gardens.Pontefract. Can anyone tell me if this was the address of a hospital or home or any sort of institution. Thank you
red mail Marshall Gundill
Information on Robert Marshall b 1882 m Gundill 1912 and their son R Michael Marshall b 1917 who married a Daubeney in 1940. Mike killed in action 1945. Family may have moved to Scarborough before WW2 as Mike played for Scarborough RFC.
red mail crab hill
I have been told that my g/parents Agnes and Theodore Knight had a fish and chip shop on Crab Hill sometime between 1910 and 1920 Is there a directory or does anyone have any info on this?
red mail DARE George son of Henry
Maragret STONES had daughter Louise STONES 1857(before she married William REYNOLDS)When Louise married 1877 in Pontefract she used name REYNOLDS. Sadly she died 1879 I'm looking for any info on her husband GEORGE DARE c.1853 Labourer son of HENRY DARE a farmer. Where was he born, where did he go after wife died?
red mail Lemon Alley
My ancestors REYNOLDS & STONES lived next door in Lemon Alley. Two of the children WILLIAM & MARGARET later married. Would like to find out more about the houses in Lemon Alley & the families. I do know the houses are no longer standing. Thanks.
red mail Richard S. Moseley
Well known animal artist, born in Pontefract ca 1843. Moved to Clapham with elder brother Walter b ca 1837 in Pimston, nr Pontefract, a toolmaker cutter in 1861 and William H born ca 1845 & sisters Jane H b ca 1841, Mary A born 1851 and Martha H born 1857. Am interested in any further details on family. Mike
Charles Whiteley Patrick & Ann Elizabeth (nee Wood) moved from North Cave (near Hull) to Pontefract in late 1800s. Most of their 11 children were born there. I am interested to contact any decendents of this family. I believe I and my son are the last of the name from this branch, though there may be others from Charles's siblings (possibly James & Joseph)
red mail Sanderson
We are researching the sanderson family. Samuel Sanderson was born in Castleford in 1854.On the 1881 census he is at Gillygate, Pontefract as a pianist.The head of the household is an inn keeper George Mitchell. Was Samuel the pub pianist? Any information would be welcome.
red mail Marshall
Does anybody know the Marshall family?
red mail Mr Barton's factory
Does anyone recognise this in Pontefract. It is stated on my ancestor Thomas Parkin alias Perkins' discharge papers from the 61st Foot that he was residing in Pontefract and working at Mr Barton's factory. I don't know the actual date but it was after 1813 and before 1851. Pauline
red mail Handley
Looking for any information on William Henry Handley around 1890 to 1920. He was a Miners Delegate at Fryston Pit and visited 10 Downing St on numerous occasions. He was also a Methodist Preacher for the Pontefract Newgate Mission.
red mail Cartner
I am looking for the Cartners in Pontefract George Cartner kept the Malt Shovel in Pontefract and I know there is a Cartners Arms but I don't know if there is any cconnection
red mail Hillaby
I'm looking for information and photos on a firm called Hillabys in Pontefract, they issued trade cards in 1916. I'm looking for the cards too!
red mail atkinson
william atkinson shoe maker daughter caroline born 1822
red mail mountain
Archie Mountain of chequerfield,pontefract born 1870,2nd wife Elsie may lloyd(1ST WIFE NORAH DIED DURING CHILBIRTH)son Brian,born 1936.
red mail Samuel Book
Samuel Brook married Charlotte Holder Pontefract 1802 i have his family information after 1802 but cannot find any information of his birth or his family prior to 1802 any help appreciated.Samuel Book
red mail TODD
searching for family history of Christopher TODD born 1617 who married Grace Middlebrook in 1636 and they moved to New Haven Connecticut, USA
red mail Sanderson
Looking for Mary Ann Sanderson, who lived at or on Ropergate, Pontefract, for around sixty years, she was 92 years of age at her death in 1929. Was the widow of John Sanderson, a shoemaker from Beverley. Any help with information will be gratefullyreceived.
red mail Wesleyan Church records
Am looking for the holder of the Wesleyan Church records, 1880 onwards. The church was situated on Horsefair Pontefract. Especially want to find and buy a copy of the entry for my Grandparents wedding, and any records of baptisms there for their children. The names Charles Sanderson and Sarah Jane Massey.
red mail Dales Family-Trying to Find
Any information in relation to my father John William Dales born 1917.Married Alice Pycroft in father was in the RAF during the war 1939 -1949 flew Catalinas and Sunderlands.Family lived down Denwall terrace.
red mail George Palframan
George Palframan was baptised in Pontefract Nov. 11th. 1827 He married Martha Booth Oct.29th Bradford. Father's name William.
red mail Mountain, Longstaff
John Mountain married Hannah Longstaff, 1795 and Ann Bainbridge,1790, at Pontefract,Yks. Children Eleanor, William, Martha, Elizabeth, George, Thos., Richard, and Frances. Dau. Eleanor married Luke Bradshaw at Normanton and lived in Nottingham, St.Mary's.
Paradise Gardens - Workhouse
My grandparents (Thomas William and Florence Mabel Pickett) were Master and Matron during the 1920's. Have some photographs of buildings, residents working, staff and a few other details.
red mail Shaw and Ambler Family
David and Mary Hannah Shaw lived in Post Office Yard around 1890. David was born in Featherstone, and Mary was from the Ambler family in Pontefract.They had 10 children all born in Pontefract around 1880-1900's. I would love to know more about this family. Please get in touch if you have any information. Regards Margaret
red mail Aron, James
James ARON from Pontefract had a daughter Ann who married John GIBSON prob by 1749. John GIBSON was born Finningley 20 Dec 1722, son of Charles and Elizabeth (___) GIBSON. Can anyone provide any information on James ARON and his family?
red mail Patrick And Barker
John PATRICK married Jane BARKER in Pontefract, 1789.

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