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    1. [ENG-NORTH-YORKS] Yorkshire Surnames List - September update
    2. Lin Duke
    3. I updated the Yorkshire Surnames list today. The names added are given below BANKS CHERRY FISHER HUNT LOVETTT MOYLETT WILKINSON If you would like to add your surnames to the list, please use the form at: http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/YKS/YKSlist/submit.htm *******PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY REGARDING SUBMISSION OF NAMES BEFORE HITTING THE SUBMIT BUTTON***** Lin Duke The Yorkshire Surnames interest list: http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/YKS/YKSlist/

    09/28/2019 10:28:50
    1. [ENG-NORTH-YORKS] Re: Waifs and Strays Society Records
    2. Hi Ailsa, I found the following link on the National Archives site. I searched the the Waifs and Strays society England and up came the Nat. Archives page showing the title of the society as Church Of England. Waifs and Strays Society. The NA page below shows that they do not hold the records of this society but on the right of the page is a link to the Children's Society Records and Archive Centre. Try that link and see where it leads. The NA page is linked below: https://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/N13894963 Hope this helps. Regards Jenny DeAngelis >>Good evening, In the 1901 Census, I found a child of interest living in one of the homes run by the Waifs and Strays Society. There is much information on the web about the particular home, it is any survving records that I am interested in. I recently emailed the Society to enquire and have had no reply. Is anyone able to help me in my quest, please? Regards, Ailsa Petrie<<

    09/06/2019 05:56:07
    1. [ENG-NORTH-YORKS] Re: Waifs and Strays Society Records
    2. Nivard Ovington
    3. Is this where you enquired? <https://archiveshub.jisc.ac.uk/search/archives/0f4b912d-c16c-3bb2-8785-e04f2435b802> Nivard Ovington in Cornwall (UK) On 06/09/2019 08:14, Ailsa M Petrie wrote: > Good evening, > > In the 1901 Census, I found a child of interest living in one of the > homes run by the Waifs and Strays Society. There is much information on > the web about the particular home, it is any surviving records that I am > interested in. I recently emailed the Society to enquire and have had no > reply. > > Is anyone able to help me in my quest, please? > > Regards, > > Ailsa Petrie > > Hamilton, > > New Zealand

    09/06/2019 01:24:48
    1. [ENG-NORTH-YORKS] Waifs and Strays Society Records
    2. Ailsa M Petrie
    3. Good evening, In the 1901 Census, I found a child of interest living in one of the homes run by the Waifs and Strays Society. There is much information on the web about the particular home, it is any surviving records that I am interested in. I recently emailed the Society to enquire and have had no reply. Is anyone able to help me in my quest, please? Regards, Ailsa Petrie Hamilton, New Zealand --- This email has been checked for viruses by Avast antivirus software. https://www.avast.com/antivirus

    09/06/2019 01:14:27
    1. [ENG-NORTH-YORKS] Yorkshire Surname List - August update
    2. Lin Duke
    3. Only one new name this month: GIBSON If you would like to add your surnames to the list, please use the form at: http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/YKS/YKSlist/submit.htm *******PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY REGARDING SUBMISSION OF NAMES BEFORE HITTING THE SUBMIT BUTTON***** Lin Duke List administrator

    08/28/2019 09:26:57
    1. [ENG-NORTH-YORKS] Re: Scarboroough burials
    2. Nivard Ovington
    3. Indeed! Twas a typo futter bingers ;-) Nivard Ovington in Cornwall (UK) On 27/08/2019 12:38, Lin Duke wrote: > Just to clarify - GRO index for deaths goes up to 1957, not 1857 > > Lin > > On 27/08/2019 09:26, Nivard Ovington wrote: >> Hi again >> >> Indexes to births marriages & deaths for England & Wales (the GRO >> index) can be found on Ancestry & Findmypast (and no doubt other >> sites) but is also available for free at https://www.freebmd.org.uk/ >> for 1837 to 1983 >> >> The GRO also have their own indexes covering births 1837 to 1918 and >> deaths 1837 to 1857,

    08/27/2019 05:50:05
    1. [ENG-NORTH-YORKS] Re: Scarboroough burials
    2. Lin Duke
    3. Just to clarify - GRO index for deaths goes up to 1957, not 1857 Lin On 27/08/2019 09:26, Nivard Ovington wrote: > Hi again > > Indexes to births marriages & deaths for England & Wales (the GRO > index) can be found on Ancestry & Findmypast (and no doubt other > sites) but is also available for free at https://www.freebmd.org.uk/ > for 1837 to 1983 > > The GRO also have their own indexes covering births 1837 to 1918 and > deaths 1837 to 1857, any found in these indexes can also be ordered as > a pdf copy at £7 much cheaper than the £11 for a paper certificate and > contains the same information, you need to register but the indexes > are free to use > <https://www.gro.gov.uk/gro/content/certificates/Login.asp> > > Probate calendars which start in 1858 can be found on Ancestry 1858 to > 1995, on Findmypast 1858 to 1959 but also on the Governments own site > for 1858 almost up to date > <https://www.gov.uk/search-will-probate> > From where you can also order a copy of the will or administration for > £1.50, the probate calendars are free to use > > The 1911 census (along with the 1841 to 1911) can be found on Ancestry > & Findmypast although the Findmypast index/transcript to the 1911 can > also be found on familysearch > > The 1939 National Identity Register can be found on Ancestry and > Findmypast (the latter is updating theirs on an ongoing basis) > > Obviously Ancestry & Findmypast are pay sites, but can also be > accessed via a lot of libraries and Family History Societies, and at > all LDS FHS > > Online newspapers can be found (most stop around 1950 but some are > later) at either the British Library Newspapers, Findmypast (same > company) > Ancestry have their own newspapers but have less coverage for Eng/Wales > > Again you may find you have access via a library or FHS/LDS FHS > > NB if you find your research goes back in Scarborough (or indeed the > North Riding of Yorkshire) and have the need for parish registers, > Findmypast have the best coverage for the NRY > > As a PS please do not order certificates from any but the official > sites, some sites charge way over the top for supplying what you can > get yourself just as easily, there are an increasing number of parish > registers available online on various sites, so if in doubt, ask where > is the best place to order a record or certificate from, you may find > its already available online > > Nivard Ovington in Cornwall (UK) > > On 27/08/2019 08:05, Ailsa M Petrie wrote: >> Hello Nivard >> >> Thank you so much for all the information you have sent me, I do >> appreciate the time you have spent on my behalf. >> >> Can you tell me where you found all the information, please? Is it >> online and openly available to the likes of me on the other side of >> the world? I have several other Scarborough families that I would >> like to know about and don't like to be forever asking others for >> help. And I do enjoy the fun of being able to do maked the >> discoveries for myself - independence personified, that's me!! >> >> If you could send me some links, I would be grateful and probably >> others would be, too. >> >> Many thanks >> >> Ailsa > > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > Unsubscribe > https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/[email protected] > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY  Terms and Conditions: > https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal > RootsWeb community

    08/27/2019 05:38:17
    1. [ENG-NORTH-YORKS] Re: Scarboroough burials
    2. Nivard Ovington
    3. Hi again Indexes to births marriages & deaths for England & Wales (the GRO index) can be found on Ancestry & Findmypast (and no doubt other sites) but is also available for free at https://www.freebmd.org.uk/ for 1837 to 1983 The GRO also have their own indexes covering births 1837 to 1918 and deaths 1837 to 1857, any found in these indexes can also be ordered as a pdf copy at £7 much cheaper than the £11 for a paper certificate and contains the same information, you need to register but the indexes are free to use <https://www.gro.gov.uk/gro/content/certificates/Login.asp> Probate calendars which start in 1858 can be found on Ancestry 1858 to 1995, on Findmypast 1858 to 1959 but also on the Governments own site for 1858 almost up to date <https://www.gov.uk/search-will-probate> From where you can also order a copy of the will or administration for £1.50, the probate calendars are free to use The 1911 census (along with the 1841 to 1911) can be found on Ancestry & Findmypast although the Findmypast index/transcript to the 1911 can also be found on familysearch The 1939 National Identity Register can be found on Ancestry and Findmypast (the latter is updating theirs on an ongoing basis) Obviously Ancestry & Findmypast are pay sites, but can also be accessed via a lot of libraries and Family History Societies, and at all LDS FHS Online newspapers can be found (most stop around 1950 but some are later) at either the British Library Newspapers, Findmypast (same company) Ancestry have their own newspapers but have less coverage for Eng/Wales Again you may find you have access via a library or FHS/LDS FHS NB if you find your research goes back in Scarborough (or indeed the North Riding of Yorkshire) and have the need for parish registers, Findmypast have the best coverage for the NRY As a PS please do not order certificates from any but the official sites, some sites charge way over the top for supplying what you can get yourself just as easily, there are an increasing number of parish registers available online on various sites, so if in doubt, ask where is the best place to order a record or certificate from, you may find its already available online Nivard Ovington in Cornwall (UK) On 27/08/2019 08:05, Ailsa M Petrie wrote: > Hello Nivard > > Thank you so much for all the information you have sent me, I do > appreciate the time you have spent on my behalf. > > Can you tell me where you found all the information, please? Is it > online and openly available to the likes of me on the other side of the > world? I have several other Scarborough families that I would like to > know about and don't like to be forever asking others for help. And I do > enjoy the fun of being able to do maked the discoveries for myself - > independence personified, that's me!! > > If you could send me some links, I would be grateful and probably others > would be, too. > > Many thanks > > Ailsa

    08/27/2019 02:26:05
    1. [ENG-NORTH-YORKS] Re: Scarboroough burials
    2. Ailsa M Petrie
    3. Hello Nivard Thank you so much for all the information you have sent me, I do appreciate the time you have spent on my behalf. Can you tell me where you found all the information, please? Is it online and openly available to the likes of me on the other side of the world? I have several other Scarborough families that I would like to know about and don't like to be forever asking others for help. And I do enjoy the fun of being able to do maked the discoveries for myself - independence personified, that's me!! If you could send me some links, I would be grateful and probably others would be, too. Many thanks Ailsa On 26-Aug-19 8:09 PM, Nivard Ovington wrote: > Hi Ailsa > > The two deaths you mention give a date of birth > > Deaths Dec 1973 > PALMER     JOHN     8MR1899     SCARBORO     1B    2533 > > Deaths Mar 1978 > PALMER     MARY ELLEN     22MY1890     SCARBOROUGH     2    2788 > > Their probate entries > > Probate 1973 > PALMER John of 17 Newlands Park Gro Scarborough died 6th Nov 1973 > Probate Leeds 16th Jan > £1060 > > Probate 1978 > PALMER Mary Ellen of Combe Hay House Stepney drive Scarborough died > 21st Jan 1978 Probate Leeds 4th Aug £15755 > > Which corresponds with the 1939 NIR > Nidderdale RD > PALMER John M 8th Mar 1899 M Grocer, shopkeeper > PALMER Mary E F 22nd May 1890 M Housewife Book keeper > MALTBY Annie F 10th Jan 1858 W retired > YOUNG Florence R F 19th July 1896 M Housewife > closed record > > The sons death > > Deaths Jun 1946 > Palmer     Frederick W     37     Scarbro'     9d    288 > > Corresponds with this birth > > Frederick William Palmer > Registration Year:     1908 > Registration Quarter:     Apr-May-Jun > Registration district:     Scarborough > Volume:     9d > Page:     423 > > The 1911 shows the family at 5 Mill Yard Seamer rd Scarborough > > In 1939 in Scalby > 1 Endcliffe Crescent > PALMER Frederick W M 3rd May 1908 M Furniture remover > PALMER (later HARDINGTON) Grace F 3rd Nov 1910 M unpaid domestic duties > closed record > (Grace remarried to George E HARDINGTON 4th qtr 1947 reg Scarborough) > > > I did not find anything on the burials (although they may well have > been cremated), so would suggest you make contact with the authorities > in Scarborough, the council offices should point you in the right > direction > > Woodlands Crematorium or Dean road cemetery seem likely possibilities > > Unfortunately coverage of online newspapers mostly stops around 1950, > assuming they had a notice entered in the newspapers of course > > Copy wills at present are now only £1.50, so may be worth obtaining, > they may stipulate where they were to be buried > > Nivard Ovington in Cornwall (UK) > > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > Unsubscribe > https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/[email protected] > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY  Terms and Conditions: > https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal > RootsWeb community --- This email has been checked for viruses by Avast antivirus software. https://www.avast.com/antivirus

    08/27/2019 01:05:43
    1. [ENG-NORTH-YORKS] Re: Scarboroough burials
    2. Nivard Ovington
    3. Hi Ailsa The two deaths you mention give a date of birth Deaths Dec 1973 PALMER JOHN 8MR1899 SCARBORO 1B 2533 Deaths Mar 1978 PALMER MARY ELLEN 22MY1890 SCARBOROUGH 2 2788 Their probate entries Probate 1973 PALMER John of 17 Newlands Park Gro Scarborough died 6th Nov 1973 Probate Leeds 16th Jan £1060 Probate 1978 PALMER Mary Ellen of Combe Hay House Stepney drive Scarborough died 21st Jan 1978 Probate Leeds 4th Aug £15755 Which corresponds with the 1939 NIR Nidderdale RD PALMER John M 8th Mar 1899 M Grocer, shopkeeper PALMER Mary E F 22nd May 1890 M Housewife Book keeper MALTBY Annie F 10th Jan 1858 W retired YOUNG Florence R F 19th July 1896 M Housewife closed record The sons death Deaths Jun 1946 Palmer Frederick W 37 Scarbro' 9d 288 Corresponds with this birth Frederick William Palmer Registration Year: 1908 Registration Quarter: Apr-May-Jun Registration district: Scarborough Volume: 9d Page: 423 The 1911 shows the family at 5 Mill Yard Seamer rd Scarborough In 1939 in Scalby 1 Endcliffe Crescent PALMER Frederick W M 3rd May 1908 M Furniture remover PALMER (later HARDINGTON) Grace F 3rd Nov 1910 M unpaid domestic duties closed record (Grace remarried to George E HARDINGTON 4th qtr 1947 reg Scarborough) I did not find anything on the burials (although they may well have been cremated), so would suggest you make contact with the authorities in Scarborough, the council offices should point you in the right direction Woodlands Crematorium or Dean road cemetery seem likely possibilities Unfortunately coverage of online newspapers mostly stops around 1950, assuming they had a notice entered in the newspapers of course Copy wills at present are now only £1.50, so may be worth obtaining, they may stipulate where they were to be buried Nivard Ovington in Cornwall (UK) On 26/08/2019 05:38, Ailsa M Petrie wrote: > Good afternoon, > > After several years away from this list, I have begun researching again. > > I have several people who appear to have lived and died in Scarborough > and district. Where could I write to make enquiries for these? The time > frame is 20th century. Sending for civil registrations would provide me > with the details, but not where the burial took place. > > The names of interest are: John William PALMER died Q4 1973, his wife > Mary Ellen PALMER, died Q1 1978 and their son Frederick William PALMER, > died Q2 1946. > > Many thanks for any assistance you may be able to give me. > > Ailsa Petrie > > Hamilton > > New Zealand

    08/26/2019 02:09:40
    1. [ENG-NORTH-YORKS] Scarboroough burials
    2. Ailsa M Petrie
    3. Good afternoon, After several years away from this list, I have begun researching again. I have several people who appear to have lived and died in Scarborough and district. Where could I write to make enquiries for these? The time frame is 20th century. Sending for civil registrations would provide me with the details, but not where the burial took place. The names of interest are: John William PALMER died Q4 1973, his wife Mary Ellen PALMER, died Q1 1978 and their son Frederick William PALMER, died Q2 1946. Many thanks for any assistance you may be able to give me. Ailsa Petrie Hamilton New Zealand --- This email has been checked for viruses by Avast antivirus software. https://www.avast.com/antivirus

    08/25/2019 10:38:53
    1. [ENG-NORTH-YORKS] Yorkshire Surnames List - July update
    2. Lin Duke
    3. Only two new names this month CLARK SUGDEN If you would like to add your surnames to the list, please use the form at: http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/YKS/YKSlist/submit.htm *******PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY REGARDING SUBMISSION OF NAMES BEFORE HITTING THE SUBMIT BUTTON***** Lin Duke The Yorkshire Surnames interest list: http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/YKS/YKSlist/

    07/28/2019 11:13:03
    1. [ENG-NORTH-YORKS] Yorkshire Surnames List - June update
    2. Lin Duke
    3. I updated the Yorkshire Surnames list today. The names added are given below ANSON BRANTON GRIMMER JAGGER LAMPLOUGH PICKLES RAMSEY THACKWRAY, THISTLETON, THISTLEWOOD, TINKER If you would like to add your surnames to the list, please use the form at: http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/YKS/YKSlist/submit.htm *******PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY REGARDING SUBMISSION OF NAMES BEFORE HITTING THE SUBMIT BUTTON***** Lin Duke List administrator

    06/28/2019 09:33:35
    1. [ENG-NORTH-YORKS] Yorkshire Surname List - May update
    2. Lin Duke
    3. I updated the Yorkshire Surnames list today. The names added are given below BARRETT CLARKSON FITCH GREAVES HARRISON, HODKIN, HOLROYD MCTEARNEY, MELLOR PEMBERTON SPOFFORD, SQUIRE If you would like to add your surnames to the list, please use the form at: http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/YKS/YKSlist/submit.htm *******PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY REGARDING SUBMISSION OF NAMES BEFORE HITTING THE SUBMIT BUTTON***** Lin Duke List administrator

    05/28/2019 01:37:47
    1. [ENG-NORTH-YORKS] Yorkshire Surnames List
    2. Lin Duke
    3. Please could I ask anyone submitting a surname to read the rules for submission carefully, particularly when to use all CAPITALS and when not. 1. Submit ONLY ONE SURNAME (and/or respective variations) per form and CLICK on SUBMIT SURNAME ONLY ONCE. 2. Type the SURNAME only, no forenames, in ALL CAPS. 3. Enter a date or dates if you have them. If not, leave blank. * Use Bef for before * Use Aft for after * Use c. for circa * Indicate centuries thus: 17thC 4. Enter one or more locations if you have them. If not, leave blank. * Capitalise the names of towns e.g Sheffield, Bradford, etc. (NOT SHEFFIELD, BRADFORD) * Separate the names of towns with a comma (not a dash or other) 5. Enter a contact name for the researcher - any name you prefer to use, even just a first name will do. * Capitalise your name e.g John Doe, Mary, etc., [NOT john doe or JOHN DOE] 6. If you have a website, enter the details. If not, leave blank. Please do not put your home address, telephone number or similar Thank you Lin Duke List administrator

    05/13/2019 09:57:35
    1. [ENG-NORTH-YORKS] Yorkshire Surnames List April update
    2. Lin Duke
    3. I updated the Yorkshire Surnames list today. The names added are given below BAXTER FORWARD KERRISON MALKIN, MARKS, MUSGRAVE UNDERWOOD WILLEY If you would like to add your surnames to the list, please use the form at: http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/YKS/YKSlist/submit.htm *******PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY REGARDING SUBMISSION OF NAMES BEFORE HITTING THE SUBMIT BUTTON***** Lin Duke The Yorkshire Surnames interest list: http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/YKS/YKSlist/

    04/28/2019 03:59:48
    1. [ENG-NORTH-YORKS] Yorkshire Surnames List - March update
    2. Lin Duke
    3. I updated the Yorkshire Surnames list today. The names added are given below CADE, CARRADICE FEATHERSTONE GREENSIDES HASELTINE/HAZELTINE/HESELTINE JACKSON LYONS SWAN WISE If you would like to add your surnames to the list, please use the form at: http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/YKS/YKSlist/submit.htm *******PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY REGARDING SUBMISSION OF NAMES BEFORE HITTING THE SUBMIT BUTTON* Lin Duke The Yorkshire Surnames interest list: http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/YKS/YKSlist/

    03/28/2019 09:23:42
    1. [ENG-NORTH-YORKS] Yorkshire Surname List - February update
    2. Lin Duke
    3. I updated the Yorkshire Surnames list today. The names added are given below BEAUMONT, BIRKINSHAW, BRAZIER CRUST DYSON FOX HAWLEY, HUNT JEWITT, JOHNSON MILNER NICHOLS OMBLER PELLINGTON, PRIEST ROBINSON SCHOLIFIELD, SHAW, SOUTHERN TURNER WHITTAKER If you would like to add your surnames to the list, please use the form at: http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/YKS/YKSlist/submit.htm *******PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY REGARDING SUBMISSION OF NAMES BEFORE HITTING THE SUBMIT BUTTON***** Lin Duke The Yorkshire Surnames interest list: http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/YKS/YKSlist/

    02/27/2019 08:57:46
    1. [ENG-NORTH-YORKS] Re: Barbara Kilvington
    2. John Tyerman
    3. Jenny Many thanks for your response to my message on roots web Re- reading my original I did make one mistake when I said Barbara married John Tyreman in Osmotherley, in 1754 She actually married Thomas born Osmotherley 1713. The John I mentioned is the child of Barbara and Thomas Born 1761 Funnily a couple of days before receiving your, and two other e mails, I was just coming to the conclusion that a”Barbara” born Kilvinton was a figment of my imagination, and that she must have been married previously to a “Kilvington’ before she married Thomas Tyreman. I have spent the last three months, of spare time, going through all the details on the “Kilvingtons”, so the information received is a relief. I can now proceed with some more research , hopefully leading to a happy conclusion. The details forwarded will greatly assist Please accept my sincere thanks John tyerman From: [email protected] Sent: Wednesday, February 20, 2019 2:17 AM To: [email protected] Subject: [ENG-NORTH-YORKS] Re: Barbara Kilvington Hi John, You say the marriage shows John Tyreman was born about 1713/4 and married Barbara Kilvington in 1754. John would be aged about 40 at this marriage so could it be that Barbara was of a similar age, and perhaps they had both been married before? If so then Barbara would be marrying under her married name in 1754 and not her maiden name. This would make it much harder to find out where she came from, I realise. If it were me I would be looking for a marriage of a male Kilvington to a Barbara no surname, perhaps about 1730-1753/4 or so. I found a marriage on familysearch that might be worth following up, if you haven't already done so. Marriage Coxwold Yorkshire England, 1742 16th November, Thomas Kilvington & Barbara Hodgson. The LDS film no. containing the image of this entry is 918417. The FreeReg site shows transcribed details of this entry, it reads. Coxwold North Yorkshire, St. Michael's church. Marr. Date 10th Nov. 1742, Groom Thomas Kilvington, Grooms parish Aldborough. Bride Barbara Hodgson, Brides parish Coxwold. No register type is given on the FreeReg entry so would need checking against the original source. According to the genuki page for Coxwold, Osmotherley is 13 miles, as the crow flies, North of Coxwold. According to the Genuki page for Aldborough, Coxwold is 10 Miles North East of Aldborough, as the crow flies. Aldborough, is/was in the West Riding of Yorkshire but with parishes within the North Riding too. You would need to look for a burial of Thomas Kilvington, perhaps in Coxwold but maybe in Aldborough or even Osmotherley, leaving his wife Barbara a widow. Does the 1754 marriage you have show Barbara as a widow? There is a baptism on familysearch, Aldborough Yorkshire 1743 28th Oct. Mary Kilvington, father Thomas Kilvington. NO mother's name given in entry and no image is available. Regards Jenny DeAngelis I noticed in some earlier messages that you had received and answered a query in connection with the above lady, Barbara Kilvington. I too am interested in the history of this lady as she is my 5x grandmother. It follows that her husband John Tyreman is therefore my 5x grandfather. My research shows that they married in Osmotherley in May 1754. The marriage records suggest John was born in Osmotherley in 1713/4 but there is no clue as to where Barbara was born. I have explored many sites and numerous parishes in North Yorkshire but she remains a figment of one’s imagination as there are no references to her. Barbara and John produced my 4x grandfather (also John) in 1761. Without this information its difficult to keep ongoing further into the past. The line forwards, from John, has been reasonably testing at times, but I can now trace to my birth in 1939. My wife and I have one son , and a grandson, so the Tyerman/tyreman line is continuing. I would be very much appreciative if anyone can help with my dilemma Regards John tyerman _______________________________________________ Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/[email protected] Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    02/20/2019 05:41:11
    1. [ENG-NORTH-YORKS] Re: Barbara Kilvington
    2. Hi John, You say the marriage shows John Tyreman was born about 1713/4 and married Barbara Kilvington in 1754. John would be aged about 40 at this marriage so could it be that Barbara was of a similar age, and perhaps they had both been married before? If so then Barbara would be marrying under her married name in 1754 and not her maiden name. This would make it much harder to find out where she came from, I realise. If it were me I would be looking for a marriage of a male Kilvington to a Barbara no surname, perhaps about 1730-1753/4 or so. I found a marriage on familysearch that might be worth following up, if you haven't already done so. Marriage Coxwold Yorkshire England, 1742 16th November, Thomas Kilvington & Barbara Hodgson. The LDS film no. containing the image of this entry is 918417. The FreeReg site shows transcribed details of this entry, it reads. Coxwold North Yorkshire, St. Michael's church. Marr. Date 10th Nov. 1742, Groom Thomas Kilvington, Grooms parish Aldborough. Bride Barbara Hodgson, Brides parish Coxwold. No register type is given on the FreeReg entry so would need checking against the original source. According to the genuki page for Coxwold, Osmotherley is 13 miles, as the crow flies, North of Coxwold. According to the Genuki page for Aldborough, Coxwold is 10 Miles North East of Aldborough, as the crow flies. Aldborough, is/was in the West Riding of Yorkshire but with parishes within the North Riding too. You would need to look for a burial of Thomas Kilvington, perhaps in Coxwold but maybe in Aldborough or even Osmotherley, leaving his wife Barbara a widow. Does the 1754 marriage you have show Barbara as a widow? There is a baptism on familysearch, Aldborough Yorkshire 1743 28th Oct. Mary Kilvington, father Thomas Kilvington. NO mother's name given in entry and no image is available. Regards Jenny DeAngelis I noticed in some earlier messages that you had received and answered a query in connection with the above lady, Barbara Kilvington. I too am interested in the history of this lady as she is my 5x grandmother. It follows that her husband John Tyreman is therefore my 5x grandfather. My research shows that they married in Osmotherley in May 1754. The marriage records suggest John was born in Osmotherley in 1713/4 but there is no clue as to where Barbara was born. I have explored many sites and numerous parishes in North Yorkshire but she remains a figment of one’s imagination as there are no references to her. Barbara and John produced my 4x grandfather (also John) in 1761. Without this information its difficult to keep ongoing further into the past. The line forwards, from John, has been reasonably testing at times, but I can now trace to my birth in 1939. My wife and I have one son , and a grandson, so the Tyerman/tyreman line is continuing. I would be very much appreciative if anyone can help with my dilemma Regards John tyerman

    02/19/2019 08:47:47