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red mail Clough Family.
Looking for information on Clough Family. Thomas Clough born Settle about 1818, occupation shoe maker.Have him on 1851 census living in Blackburn Lacashire. Can't find anything about him in Settle. Help
red mail William George Bradley
William was a private in the army and was killed in France during WWI. He won 3 medals, 2 of which I have traced but I am still trying to find the whereabouts of his victory medal. Please note I do not wish to purchase it I'm just curious as to where it ended up. If you could help, I would love to hear from you.
red mail John Lord.
John Lord born 1796 was a stonemason living in Settle with his Wife Ann(nee Hardacre).He died in an accident in 1843. Does anyone know what happened and where?
Plumber, Glazier and Confectioner
John Atkinson was born 1820 at Giggleswick, son of Robert Atkinson and Emma Huddleston. Robert died and Emma married Thomas Harley. a plumber and glazier. They had a business in Settle Market Place. John married Ann Jennings c 1850 and they ran a confections shop. John and Ann had 2 daughters, both died in their twenties. I have not been able to trace their son John.
red mail Cutler's - Quakers
Cutler information & Quaker M.M. information as far back as the 1600's needed. Have Cutler Genealogy from 1599 to the present & willing to share.
red mail Birkbeck - mechanics' institutes
From The Century Cyclopedia of Names 1895 George Birkbeck was born at Settle, Yorks, 10th Jan. 1776 and died at London 1st Dec. 1841. An English Physician and educational reformer, who, with others, founded the Glasgow Mechanics' Institute in 1823, and in 1824 a similar institution in London, later called the Birkbeck Institute. This is still in existence in 2003.

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