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Does anyone else have these people in their families?
Herbert James BAKER married Emily BARKER 13 May 1902 at Kexby near York.
Emily is the daughter of Thomas BARKER and Mary Jane DYKES of Gunby, Bubwith and then later of Ellerton.
Is anyone else related to the following families?
Marriages at Thornton
29 Oct 1866
Charles BUTTON age 26 abode Newbald, father Thomas BUTTON
Hannah DYKES age 18 abode Thornton, father James DYKES
Witnesses - Bethia Craven and George Haythorn
13 Nov 1883
James ROOM Full Age abode Melbourne, father Thomas ROOM
Emma DYKES age 18 abode Melbourne, fathr James DYKES
Witnesses - Thomas Craven and William Beckett
My ancestor is the sister of both Hannah and Emma DYKES.
If anyone else is researching these people I would be very pleased to hear from them!
Just in case no one else has let you know, the East Yorkshire
Family History Society have a web page at:
Or membership secretary is:
Mrs Lorraine Scaife
15 Beech Road
GREEN - Hull/Withernesea
PAGAN - Hull
DOBNEY - Hull/Lincolnshire?
GRAY - Ayrshire
NEIL - Ayrshire
SMITH - Ayrshire
SMILLY - Ayrshire
WATSON - Ayrshire
SINGLETON - Barrow
> Many thanks for your replies. I do actually have the 1881 and need to find
> the family on the 71. Can you or anyone advise me about Family History
> Societies in Yorkshire? Either the whole county or the East Riding?
> Cath - I don't think our Calverts connect at all.
> Thanks again,
1881 Strays from the South West Counties. Delphine
Name Statue Age Birthplace
BROWN William u 30 Allerton
BROWN Henry u 23 Malton
BURCH Eleanor w 51 Whitby
BURCH Florence Mary u 23 Sheffield
BROWN Matilda M w 57 Grinton
BRIGHT Henrietta u 41 Sheffield
BRENHAUR Maryanne u 24 Scorton
BRADBURY Charles E u 14 Sheffield
BANKART Alfred m 60 Bradford
BANKART Emily m 52 Hull
BARNETT Clement u 16 Hull
BUSH Mary w 75 Leacroft
BRETT Elizabeth w 72 Bedale
BROOKE Ann u 30 Pontefract
I noticed that one of the surnames that you are researching happens to be BULMER.
My BULMERS come from Filey. Perhaps there may be a connection. Please contact me if you think so.
Reposting my interests:
Thomas FISHER born 1871 in ? married Margaret FISHER (nee HANNAH - born 1881 in ?) +/- 1897 dont know where.
They lived from 1897in Hartlepool and also died in Hartlepool respec. 1919 + 1943.
Nine children born between 1897-1914, some in Hartlepool, some in Middlesbrough:
Margaret, Thomas, Frances Ellen, William, Albert Edward died 1939, John George died 1943, Alfred, Louise Jane and Miriam.
I have only detailed info on two of the children:
Child Margaret FISHER born 1897:
Married Ralph NORTON roundabout 1920
Had two children Margaret jnr and Ralph jnr born about 1925.
By 1946 Ralph NORTON was deceased.
Margaret NORTON (nee FISHER) remarried a Robert SOWERBY 1949-1950.
Margaret NORTON jnr married in Hartlepool 1953 but dont know name of her husband.
Ralph NORTON jnr married in ??? - his daughter married in Hartlepool in 1976 - dont know her name.
Child : Albert Edward FISHER born 1907 in Middlesbrough, died 1939 at the beaches near Blackhall colliery.
He married Mabel Jane WAYPER in 1934 in Hartlepool. They had three children, Mabel, Albert and John - John died in infancy. Mabel lived in Manchester for a while in the late 30s early 40s.
Mabel Jane WAYPER remarried a Wilfred LAWTON and had one child Barry LAWTON in 1950. Mabel and Wilfred LAWTON are now deceased.
Anyone see any connection.
All the best, Vivienne
If you can get to Hull Local Studies Library there is some very good material on the Hull Workhouse, also called Charity Hall.
Ref: L9.7081 'Hull Scrapbook 1890 - 1900, p.71' , also indexed as Eastern Morning News 11-2-1897 p.6 gives a detailed account of life in the Charity Hall in 1797.
The Charity Hall was in Whitefriargate where Littlewoods is now, as shown on the map of 1897.
An excellent engraving of 1789 shows the front view of Charity Hall.
L9.7083 'National Conference of Friendly Societies Souvenir Handbook 1915, p.97 has a picture of the front entrance of the Anlaby Road Poorhouse.
Hull Records Office, Lowgate has the Hull Workhouse Admissions/Discharge Book of 1842 - 1848 only. We found a relative in that.
There are no records of the inmates of the Hull Workhouse after it moved to Anlaby Road in 1851, except in the Censuses. Its layout can be seen on the 1856 O. S. map in the Local Studies Library.
Some of this information may be on Peter Higginbottom's site www.workhouses.org.uk soon.
Continuing list of Yorkshire born people who were in the South West counties
Name Status Age Birthplace
ADDISON Jeanie u 22 Bradford
ADDISON Wilson u 20 Bradford
ASHBY Charles E u 8 Scarborough
ARNOLD Mary u 38 Keighley
I have J S Piercy's 'History of Retford' and 'English Small Town Life, Retford 1520 - 1642', both of which have references to the DENMAN family to 15th and 16th centuries. If you let me know your shortages I may be able to provide some information.
Bob in E Yorks.
Born at Retford, 3gt.grandson of J S Piercy
A dear friend of mine has just started the following surname list at
rootsweb.com - subscribe by the normal format.
SLEIGHTHOLM-L and SLEIGHTHOLM-D for anyone interested in SLEIGHTHOLM,
SLEIGHTHOLME or other variants. Most are probably in the North Riding,
but there are also folks in Lincolnshire with the surname, not to
mention other parts of the world!
Any queries then Cecilia Bell [cab(a)jubilate.softnet.co.uk]is the
Kevin P. Dodson
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AIREY * Hull (ERY)
BRIER * Hull (ERY), Whitby (NRY), Scotland (inc. Borders,
DENMAN * Retford (NTT), Hull (ERY), Lawrence MA (USA)
DODSON * Cantley (WRY) & Gainsborough (LIN) & Hull (ERY)
ELVIN * Hull (ERY), Ireland
MAGSON * Huttons Ambo (NRY), Malton Area (NRY), Hull (ERY)
MARLOW * Hull, Scarborough (ERY)
MARSHALL * Fylingdales (NRY)
SEWELL * Blyth & Worksop (Notts), Gainsborough (Lincs), Hull
TINDALE * North Cave (ERY), Hull (ERY)
WILLIAMSON * Hull (ERY), Scarborough (NRY)
Also: * BRIER/WALKER/BROUGH 19c. Mormon Emigration to USA
Dear June and Maureen.
Many thanks for your replies. I do actually have the 1881 and need to find
the family on the 71. Can you or anyone advise me about Family History
Societies in Yorkshire? Either the whole county or the East Riding?
Cath - I don't think our Calverts connect at all.
This is my first entry on the mailing list for East Yorkshire, I was born in Hull in 1938. I am seeking information on the Boston and Petherbridge family, my Father was John William Petherbridge born in Grimsby Lincolnshire, 1913. If there is anyone out there with any information to share, I would be happy to hear from you. My name is Margaret nd my email address is:- marchar(a)dragnet.com.au Iam also hoping to trace children of my Dad's sisters, May Mills and Lily Share. Anyone with any information on the Boston Family would also be welcome to email me.
Happy searching to all, Margaret L
The page covering the transcript for Ripley is now available for viewing on my website.
DUFFIN - Nafferton & Hull
HENNING - Hull
GARTON - Cranford
EADY - Burton Latimer
Click on http://website.lineone.net/~stevejgarton
for my family tree & transcriptions of Pigot's 1834 Commercial Directory.
Hello East Riding,
I am new to this list and searching for my G-Grandparents:
William Calvert [b 1841]
Sarah [nee Dutton] Calvert [b 1846]
Henry Calvert b Market Weighton 1869
Mary Elizabeth b Stillingfleet 1870
Please does anyone have the Stillingfleet census for 1871 with this family on?
Mary in Australia
Try this link
Date: Sat, 27 Oct 2001 19:24:39 +0100
From: "cave-kids" <shona(a)cave-kids.com>
Subject: [ERY] Re: HULL WORKHOUSE
I would appreciate any historical information on the past history of the
Its location for example - Holy Trinity area perhaps? I am aware that
Kingston General Hospital on Beverley Road, Hull, was the original
workhouse for Sculcoates.