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Yorkshire (East Riding & York) / Re: Marshall Family
« on: Monday 18 January 21 15:52 GMT (UK)  »
Edward Marshall died 26 Dec 1779 Burial 27 Dec 1779 Skeffling his wife Elizabeth Coates Marshall was buried 04 Nov 1781 Skeffling which is why no more baptisms or marriages can be found. My connection is through Edward Marshall's brother John Marshall who married Mary Tennyson/Tennison 09 Sept 1815.
Phil (gogogadgetlegs)

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Yorkshire (East Riding & York) / Re: Marshall Family
« on: Monday 18 January 21 13:53 GMT (UK)  »
Found a baptism in Holme on Spalding Moor Anthony Marshall born 18 July 1812 Bapt 20 Aug 1812 mother Elizabeth. None of the two children Wilson or Anthony say Elizabeth Marshall, single women or bastard child of, there is a George and Elizabeth having children in Holme on Spalding Moor did wonder if he George Marshall was a Shepherd at this time?
Burial for Wilson Marrshall 22 Dec 1888 aged 72yrs Harswell.

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Hi Eric.
Here is the entry from the 1861 census, Singleton Building, Haxby Moor, Haxby. RG9/3543/folio 10/page 13
William Penneyston, head marr aged 40yrs, Platelayer, born Storwood, Yorks,
Mary wife aged 36yrs Charwomen, born Sowerby, Yorks,
John son aged 9yrs Scholar born York,
Benjamin son aged 5yrs, scholar, born Shipton, Yorks
Elizabeth Smith border, aged 2yrs, born Thirsk, Yorks.
Might just rule him out, or not.
Phil (gogogadgetlegs)

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Thanks once again Rosie, i am about to go and investigate this.  i am sure that you are right, Thanks,
Phil

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Hi Rosie, found the family living in Allerthorpe under the surname Hail!! in 1841 census and baptisms on Find My Past.
Phil

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Thank you for this Rosie, it is much appreciated,
Phil

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Thank you very much Rosie & Christine. This shows me that they had another child who must have passed before the 1871 census.
Phil

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c1827 Hoping someone can find the above person Thomas Kell born c1827 Allerthorpe. Found him living with his wife Susannah Hugill and three children in Woodmansey in the 1871/81/91 census. In 1861 must be in Woodmansey as his son William Hugill Kell, was bapt there in 1854.
Old age must be losing my eye sight.
Phil

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Yorkshire (East Riding & York) / Re: Southwick family of Beverley
« on: Thursday 19 November 20 14:42 GMT (UK)  »
Sending you a Personal Message,
gogogadgetlegs (Phil}

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