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Re: George Hood Burial where? Died Selby, Yorks 18 September 1845 Part 3
« Reply #369 on: Tuesday 28 November 17 01:39 GMT (UK) »

I don't think there is a link, not that I've found yet.

John Bateman who married Jane & Mary Wilkinson was the son of Clement Bateman** & Mary Reason who married in Kent, and settled in London. Can't readily see John's baptism but he did have siblings.

Sarah Bateman's record of birth in 1766 is in the Quaker records - born in Chatteris Cambridgeshire to John Bateman & Mary Camps.

** Clement Bateman a Tailor of London was named as his father in the baptism of John's first child in the Selby PR's.

But I can't find a baptism for Clement. :-\
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Re: George Hood Burial where? Died Selby, Yorks 18 September 1845 Part 3
« Reply #370 on: Tuesday 28 November 17 08:26 GMT (UK) »
Hello

Thanks Claire.

That is interesting that you came across a CAMPS, there are three CAMP in the Will of Roger Hood of Selby 1727/28 (My Will photos are from the Will in the Howard-Vyse Collection of Langton Hall).

Added:
Langton Hall was previously held by the Norcliffe Family

"The Hesketh family is also worth noting. 1) Lt.Col. Fairfax Norcliffe married Mary Hesketh. 2) The first Richard Howard-Vyse, of Stoke Place (near Wexham), married Frances Hesketh. The next generation, Edward Howard-Vyse, married Mary Norcliffe which resulted in the Howard-Vyses eventually owning Langton Hall. The Heskeths, Norcliffes and Howard-Vyses illustrate a clear "cross-pollination" of families situated at Langton and Wexham/Stoke Poges."

http://home.worldonline.co.za/~townshend/langtonconnection.htm


The Wife of Richard Hood of Stamford Bridge (born Leven), was Caroline Helen Abel, born Castle Howard. These Hoods are linked with the Wesleyan Methodists and Richard Hood's Will refer to the Trustees of any Wesleyan Methodist Chapel in England.

See also Wm Hood, March 1852 Catwick and reference to the Primitive Methodist Connexion ...
http://www.rootschat.com/forum/index.php?topic=781212.msg6356164#msg6356164


John MUSH mentioned in the Will of Roger Hood of Selby. There was a Presbyterian Minister at Selby called John Mush around this time.

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I paid a search fee (Wakefield which deals with Selby), to see where Roger Hood's Dwelling house went to, but they came up with a reference to a Will, which no longer seems to exist on the York Registry. The reply was very inconclusive, I felt.

We shall have to come up to Yorkshire again soon.


Also wondering if the Presbyterians tried to administer their own Wills, like the Catholics did at Carlton near Selby?

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According to a last Century Will, some of the old family items went to Marshall.

Mark


14th March 1727
Probate of the Will of Roger Hood of Selby

In the name of God Amen I Roger Hood of Selby being weak of Body but of perfect understanding Do make this my last Will and Testament – in manner and form following (Viz.) … I give o’in manner following first I give to my Brother Nathaniel Hood, my Sister Eliz: Middleton & my sister Ann Todd my dwelling house and orchard & appurts thereunto belonging to be equally divided among o’in & Do hereby give and bequeath each of ye above mentioned p’ties an equal share in ye above mentioned house and orchard lyeing or being in Ouzegate I give also to Mr John Mush & Ann Barker liveing in Wren Lane five pounds in Trust for the only use & benefit of my Nephew German Camp to be given to him in such way & proportions as the abovementioned Mr Mush & Ann Barker shall see and think proper to give him I also give to my Nephew German Camp the Bed and Appurts belonging to him standing in the Chamber I also give to my two Neeces Sarah and Mary Camp all the wearing apparrele linnen & wooling belonging to my Late wife Except the Cloak w’ch I give to my sister Middleton. Lastly I appoint my Brother Nathaniel Hood my Sister Middleton & my Sister Todd Exe’trs of this my Last Will & Testam’t. I give o’in all my goods & Chattells debts & Creditts my Legacys debts and funeral Expenses being first discharged In Witness whereof I set my hand & Seal this 14th March 1727/8 Roger Hood. Witness Geo: Hutchinson, Peter Leaper Ann Nutt.
[sic].

Roger Hood was buried Selby 18 March 1728.
George HOOD of Selby Before 1812 - Buried in the Quaker Burial Ground at Selby as "Not in Membership" in 1845, aged 60 years.

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Re: Re: George Hood Burial where? Died Selby, Yorks 18 September 1845 Part 3
« Reply #371 on: Saturday 02 December 17 07:58 GMT (UK) »
Hello Goughy and dobfarm

Regarding 1838, George Hood, George Hood of Selby, Brewer (possibly the same George Hood) and James Collinson appear to own many properties in Ousegate. The document refers to properties built and improved by Samuel Nicholson Innkeeper, a further 9 newly errected properties, eight cottages and 14 other properties in Ousegate Selby and a 4 acre piece of the Outwoods of Selby and 2 pews in the Parish Church.
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In the Registry it would appear properties were transferring to James Collinson and the entry has been Signed and Sealed by George Hood L.S. [apparently meaning Locus Sigilli, the Seal of George Hood] in the presence of Henry Birkinshaw and John Luke Haigh.
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Just added the bit about John Luke Haigh

Summarising the obituary of The Law Society Journal of Jan. 24, 1891, said that Mr. John Luke Haigh, solicitor, of Selby, died on December 5th, at the age of ninety. He was articled to Mr Edward Parker of Selby, and admitted a Solicitor in the Easter Term 1840. Mr Haigh joined the Wesleyan Methodists about sixty years ago, and became an active member of that body and a local preacher. ... He leaves three daughters and two sons. ... He was buried on the 10th ult. at the quiet little churchyard of Brayton, near his residence, ...

So one of the 1838 witnesses to George Hood's Signature and Seal was a Wesleyan Methodist.

Kind regards, Mark

George Hood's Witness in 1838, who was articled and became a Solicitor in 1840, was a Wesleyan Methodist.

Mark
George HOOD of Selby Before 1812 - Buried in the Quaker Burial Ground at Selby as "Not in Membership" in 1845, aged 60 years.