Thanks ClaireDeath Certificates1838
See also a reference to a Pease at the White House, Gt Ayton. I shall have to look through my Yorkshire Hood Wills notes.
Ordered two Death Certs, to see Relationship/Present at Death:-
Richard Hood born about 1774, Death Registered Sculcoates (aged 64).
William Hood born about 1773, Death Registered Scarborough (aged 66).
Robert Cook of Luddington
Robert Cook aged 28 of Luddington, Yorkshire. Assizes in March 1836 stealing a Gelding worth £3 at Gainsborough.
Property Owner was Thomas Tasker of Selby, Yorkshire, a ship’s Carpenter
Transported for life in 1836 aboard the Lady Nugent, to Tasmania (Van Diemen's Land), Convict 407.
(Additional information found in the Lincolnshire Archives).
Interesting a Cook from Luddington? Luddington came under Yorkshire and Lincolnshire.
Registration District SCULCOATES
1838 DEATH in the Sub-district of Sutton in the County of York
27th December 1838
11 1/2 [one word unclear?] Jennings St in the Parish of Sutton
Spasm of the Stomach
Hannah Trowelles her X Mark present at Death Jennings Street in the Parish of Sutton
Registered 29th December 1838
Thomas Dibb Registrar 1839
Registration District SCARBOROUGH
1839 Death in the Sub-district of Scarborough in the County of York
15th May 1839 at Peak in the Township of Stainton dale
Alley Hood In attendance Peak hill [could be Olley Hood, but an Aley Hood buried Cloughton 4 May 1864 per FS, see also Census]
Registered 16th May 1839
Isaac Walsham Registrar
Aley Hood buried Cloughton 4 May 1864. According to the new GRO Death Index was Female, District of Scarborough and aged 62 [born about 1802]
An Alley Hood was baptised 3 October 1773 Kingsley, Stafford, parents Thos Hood & Mary, per Family Search.