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Re: George Hood 1815 Selby Marriage - James Cookin / James Cook in W
« Reply #927 on: Thursday 07 December 17 07:36 GMT (UK) »
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And the same Jno Turner to that Chapel 1789 (1790 Late Turner), Chapel possibly Nonconformist (Wesleyan Methodist).

From the 1781 Land Tax records for Selby - Jno Turner - PRESBYTERIAN Chapel.

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Archbishop Drummond's Visitation 1764 (reference to Brayton and John Smith, Jun'r at Hambleton - Methodists and at Barlow a Chapel of Mr Hook of Carlton, near Snaith). Services alternating between Selby and Brayton.
https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=5C5JxqzNpZ4C&pg=PA85&lpg=PA85&dq=Presbyterian+brayton&source=bl&ots=xiaIqYYQE9&sig=b7XRcVymuqh-rd4qQcRRPuxMF8U&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwinnL2KsPfXAhVOyKQKHclSCc84BRDoAQgKMAI

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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: George Hood 1815 Selby Marriage - James Cookin / James Cook in W
« Reply #928 on: Thursday 07 December 17 18:02 GMT (UK) »
Hi

I have a Will of John Turner of Hambleton dated 1738, he is possibly John Turners father or grandfather. He bequeathes to his son George Turner and to his heirs forever 'one close of meadow or pasture ground lying in the Lordship of Hambleton aforesaid or known by the name of ( it looks like) Cansey Close'. - wonder if it's the same place ?

Looking back at the posts, Christopher Obee was one of the trustees named in a property transference. Christopher Obee & his family were Wesleyan Methodists. When Obee married, one of the witnesses was Benjamin Hemingway - isn't he also listed as being at that chapel ?

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Claire, please can you elaborate on the bit highlighted bold?

Somewhere, (even searched my pc etc.), I don't know where, I have read that a house of John Turner's in Millgate, Selby, transferred to the Trustees circa 1785 and this became the first Wesleyan Meeting House at Selby circa 1785.

Mountain's History of Selby, 1800
Methodist Meeting House in Millgate, errected about the year 1785.

John Adams another name connected to the infamous George Hood used the old Wesleyan Methodist Chapel as a Flax warehouse afterward.


The Hon. Edward Peters [Peters is an error, should be Hon Edward Petrie] of Stapleton Park, presented the Methodist Society at Selby with a piece of ground for the purpose of building a Chapel on the Wesleyan Plan  - Hull Packet, 3rd December 1816

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Re: George Hood 1815 Selby Marriage - James Cookin / James Cook in W
« Reply #929 on: Thursday 07 December 17 19:06 GMT (UK) »
Hi Mark,

You mentioned C Obee on reply #913 ( a few pages back)

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Re: George Hood 1815 Selby Marriage - James Cookin / James Cook in W
« Reply #930 on: Thursday 07 December 17 21:21 GMT (UK) »


Found this on Rootsweb

I believe that Jonathan ROBINSON took over the farm from Thomas ROBINSON, who may have been his brother...
Although there's no listing for Jonathan on the IGI, I found some cached information on Jonathan of Pallathorpe, which is no longer on the Net. Jonathan and several others were involved in the Wesleyan movement later on:
Extract from 'Notices of Wesleyan Methodism in Selby 1744-1892' published 1892
The Millgate Chapel
In 1786 the infant Society had gathered strength enough to purchase a site for a Chapel when, for the consideration of 110, Charles TURNER and his wife transferred on 5th April 1786 a house in Millgate to Alexander MATHER, of the City of York, gentleman.
On the 9th October, in the same year, Alexander Mather transferred the property by deed to the following trustees:
Thomas DODGSON, miller; Thomas ROBINSON, common brewer; and Alban HOLMES, apothecary, all of Tadcaster.
Jonathan ROBINSON of Pallathorpe, Yorkshire; Richard WILKINSON of Oxton; Matthew SKILBECK of Healaugh; John CORNER of Acaster; Robert BIRDSALL and William ALLEN of Church Fenton; John DUNN of Barlby; and Christopher OBEE of Selby - all described as yeomen.'


Thanks Claire

I couldn't even remember posting it !

Presbyterian ; Wesleyan Methodists (History and Antiquities of Selby, Morrell 1867)
https://books.google.co.uk/books/about/the_history_and_antiquities_of_selby.html?id=kKwTAAAAYAAJ&redir_esc=y

I should like to get my hands on ...
Notices of Wesleyan Methodism in Selby 1744-1892 published 1892

Searching for the above publication, at least one of the search returns might be corrupt, gives warning bleeps and wants you to click an update.

I never click these type of links.

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Re: George Hood 1815 Selby Marriage - James Cookin / James Cook in W
« Reply #931 on: Friday 08 December 17 23:09 GMT (UK) »
Some interesting replies in response to the names in the image regarding Selby Wesleyan Methodists.
http://www.rootschat.com/forum/index.php?topic=756955.msg6249901#msg6249901


The first Wesleyan Methodist Chapel was built in 1785 at Selby, but no records were kept of their efforts, according to Morrell's History and Antiquities of Selby (1867) page 263.


Also William Wilberforce Morrell (Wesleyan Methodist) married Jonathan Hutchinson's daughter Lydia Hutchinson (Quaker).
http://www.fachrs.com/private/Information/Bank%20Managers/YER001%20William%20Wilberforce%20Morrell%20combined2.pdf


Added: Just realised  ...
The Son was John Bowes Morrell, who the J. B. Morrell Library at York University is named after. (NEXT to the Borthwick Institute).

Any surviving Morrell of Selby records might have been right under my nose!


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