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Hi every one.
Still chasing up my previous postings & also the birth details of Ann Atkinson/Alkins who married Richard Race at Old Malton 24/7/1748.
Hoping to hear from any one who can help.
On 18 June 2011 20:24, rjngs <rjngs(a)pearson30.karoo.co.uk> wrote:
> We have Buckthorpe as the abode in a Will of 1861.
> The Will is drawn up by a solicitor in Pocklington.
> Is this definately Bugthorpe, or could it be somewhere that I cannot find on
> a map?
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The Yorkshire Family History Fair, one of the biggest family history events in the UK, is happening next Saturday, the 25th June, at the Knavesmire Exhibition Centre at York Racecourse. Admission is £4 and parking is free.
Lots to see, and lots of people to talk to. Representatives from family history societies all over the UK, and some of the major commercial exhibitors too, such as Findmypast, the Genealogist and Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine.
Also Yorkshire Parish Registers, East Yorkshire Archives, West Yorkshire Archives, North Yorkshire County Record Office - lots more. Plan to stay all day!
Details and Exhibitor list on http://www.yorkshirefamilyhistoryfair.com
I anyone on the site researching the MAISTER family of Hull, Winestead and Beverley.
>From the Hull Merchants of Maister House, High Street
George Sutton MAISTER 1855 , [ son of Henry - Vicar of Skeffling who had played Cricket for the MCC ] died 1930 in New Zealand married [1878 in Hull ] Rosalind Mary ANDREW of North Ferriby 1857 died 1908 Peel Forrest New Zealand
Their NZ descendants are well known in the Hockey world of Olympics
Rosalind was the daughter of George Andrew [ Carpenter of Ferriby ] and Henriette HERDSMAN, but her real surname was HODSMAN, her father being John HODSMAN
Christening: 24 JUL 1791 North Ferriby, Yorkshire
Parents: Father: PETER HODSMAN Mother: RUTH DUNN
Waterloo Medal Roll Name: John Herdsman
Regiment: 1st LIFE GUARDS
Last name: Herdsman
First name(s): John
John Herdsman married Mary Ann Blake in London 1818. There is a death in London of a Mary Ann Herdsman in 1831.
In 1835 he remarried Jane ROSINDALE of Swanland at Brantingham
He was School Master in Brantingham 1841 census and Elloughton 1851 & 1861 and living there in 1871, died 1878 and shown as a Chelsea Pensioner.
His father Peter Hodsman was the first recorded School Master of Swanland.
George ANDREW was the son of Mark Andrew, Wheelwright of North Ferriby
Bapt in Swanland Chapel as was his twin Matthew and elder brother William [ my gt gt grandfather ]
Re: Looking for my Great Grandmother Louisa Burgess
Many thanks Dennis - the story unfolds a bit more!
Sent: Wednesday, 8 June, 2011 8:00:42
Subject: ENG-EAST-YORKS Digest, Vol 6, Issue 26
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1. Looking for my great grandmother 1911 Census (JOSEPHINE GREEN)
2. Re: Looking for my great grandmother 1911 Census
(Dennis Corbett Tel)
3. Missing in Hull in 1895 (Howard Mais)
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In my quest to find the death of one of my ancestors I came across an item in the Hull Times on 15th June 1895 expressing concern at the number of persons reported to Hull Police as missing during the previous two months. While my ancestor was not amongst those listed, the following people were and might be of interest to someone:-
James Drysdale Davidson
Mrs Peaney (wife of Joseph)
Henry Hartley Snowden
Mary Jane Hocklers
Patrick George Little
If anybody is interested in any of the above I can provide a little more detail.
Hi every one.
Still trying to find the lineage of Hannah Monsforth who married William Race at Whitby 29/1/1786.
It is possible that she may have been born at Cloughton father John as there are a number of Monsforths/Mainsforths from that area.
Any help re her birth etc would be fantastic.
I thought I would try and look for my great grandmother in the 1911 Census but
am not having any luck so wondered if anyone out there has any suggestions!
I know a lot about her previous to this up to the 1901 Census when she was still
living with my great grandfather and her two small children. After that I know
that she living apart from the family, for whatever reason, at a farm in
Arthington near Leeds. As far as I know she was there up until the end of WWI
as my grandfather talked about going to see his Mother when he got back from
France and I have a photograph of her taken with a young girl at the farm.
My great grandmother was Louisa Burgess (formerly Castell) born in Dunnington
1875. She was living/working at Mill Farm, Arthington Leeds West Yorkshire
sometime after 1901 until at least 1918. Before this the family lived at Gate
Helmsley Nr York and this is where she is on 1901 census with husband Joseph
Burgess and children Elsie and James. She died in 1935 back at Gate Helmsley.
I have done a search on 1911 census and cannot find her by doing a name search.
Joseph Burgess is at Gate Helmsley. I have not looked at either the original or
the transcript. I have not looked at the residence of Mill Farm, Arthington
I wondered if anyone could have a look for me please? or suggest what I do
next? I would love to be able to piece in a bit more of her life
On 01/06/2011, at 7:41 PM, Linda Knock wrote:
> Thank you so much for sending this link. My dad was in the ARP and went
> into Hull after a day's work in the shipyard in Beverley to dig people out
> of bombed buildings.
And my Mum used to tell us of having to go and knock on people's doors to tell them that a loved one had been killed.
She was in the ARP as well, in Marfleet.
Thank you so much for sending this link. My dad was in the ARP and went
into Hull after a day's work in the shipyard in Beverley to dig people out
of bombed buildings.
With best wishes
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