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I have some address information which should help you. I'll send it
to you off - list.
In the village of Blunham in Bedfordshire U.K.
Webmaster for the Genuki Yorkshire pages:
Old and Rare Yorkshire Books on searchable CDroms:
I'm seeking contact with a Catherine E. Owst. She apparently married a
Jonathan M. Godber at Beverley in 2000. I have been unable to find a contact
for either of them.
Ms. Owst penned a dissertation in the 1990's regarding Victorian
architecture in Beverley, and did some genealogical research related to my
If anyone has a means of being in touch with her, I would appreciate the
Is their anyone who can do a look up for me for All Saints Church,
I am looking for details for a Lucy Burnham who I believe married a John R
Beswick in 1883. I am trying to find the parents of Lucy as all I have so
far is for census records where she is living with her grandparents John and
Lydia Burnham -1871 census show's her as 17yrs old ,living with
grandparents at ? Garth,East End,Preston.
Thanks in advance to anyone who can help
I've been doing some family research, and this list seems like a good place to be. Mostly WHITTON, and I gather that there are a lot of them about the East Riding area. Presently I'm trying to discover who was the father of one John Whitton (b. ~1817). The most likely suspects are James(b. 1770), John (b.1773), or Thomas (b. 1776), all are sons of John Whitton (b. 1747) & Ursula Hutchinson (b. 1750). It seems that for the most part the family resided in Beverley...
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