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Yorkshire (West Riding) / Re: why would some one have a vote in 1747
« on: Saturday 07 May 16 20:42 BST (UK)  »
John married a Martha Rock 1735, I think she was born 1710 father Abraham,  for years I have chased the wrong Martha.
she died 1742, John then married Sarah Waterhouse, John died 1755 in a pit explosion,  Sarah died 1755 a poor woman of the parish,  so if John had money what about Sarah, and what happens to John, Mary, and Martha from his first marriage,.

Yorkshire (West Riding) / why would some one have a vote in 1747
« on: Saturday 07 May 16 17:17 BST (UK)  »
Hi My ancestor John Tasker, had a vote in 1747 , he lived in Worsbrough , why would this be. I have no idea when or where he was born, but he died in 1755.

Lancashire Lookup Requests / Re: rigby / birkett . family
« on: Thursday 07 April 16 18:17 BST (UK)  »
thank you for your help, I have tried searching for the deaths of all sets of parents, to try to fond their age.
I have not found them on the 1841 census either

Lancashire Lookup Requests / rigby / birkett . family
« on: Wednesday 06 April 16 20:02 BST (UK)  »
I am searching for the parents of Mary Rigby, she wed John Burkit 18th Oct. 1789 Billinge
witness Peter Rigby and James Howcroft
I think Mary Rigby sometimes called Molly was born 1765 or 1770 Parents could be Thomas and Ann Rigby, but I can find no trace of their marriage,
thank you

The Common Room / Re: Do I have a case of incest in my family.
« on: Tuesday 05 April 16 19:42 BST (UK)  »
In the 1840s my great grandmother was baptised with her grand parents as her own, I only discovered this because the man named as her dad died 5 years before she was born.
the in 1920s, one of my uncles who every body knew he  was born out of wedlock, put his granddads name on his marriage lines

The Common Room / Re: gordon lyon petro joynes WHO IS HE
« on: Monday 15 February 16 13:38 GMT (UK)  »
its my husbands family that are related to Joynes, I have a family trree back to 1680s, it starts Richard Joynes(Gines) then William Joynes, at the moment I am on a the little computer,  and all my information is on big one, but if you want I will sort ot out,
some other names,
Ruben Joynes, John Joynes, Fredrick,
other names
Thresh, Sutcliffe, Wilkinson
The Joynes all came fom Nottinghamshire.
The bigamist went up Scotland to do the dirty deed, so I was told

The Common Room / Re: gordon lyon petro joynes WHO IS HE
« on: Sunday 14 February 16 20:57 GMT (UK)  »
thank you for your kind help, I will sort out the family tree, I haven't looked at it for a bit, just a bit of gossip,  have you heard about a bigamist in the family

The Lighter Side / Re: Entertaining family stories
« on: Sunday 14 February 16 19:05 GMT (UK)  »
there was a rumour in our family, some relative had gone to America to open an orphanage,  the truth was they worked for a family called orphans.

Yorkshire (West Riding) Completed Requests / chasing the wrong Robert sykes
« on: Sunday 24 January 16 12:33 GMT (UK)  »
I have spent a long time chasing the wrong ancestor,  my Robert Sykes wed Sarah Harrison 1807 Silkstone,  the one I thought it was was Robert Sykes who was still having children with a woman called Mary, in 1806 amd 1811, Mary Sykes died 1813 all im Barmsley.
so where does my Robert come from,  and was he a bit of a lad, and had two families.
Sarah Harison was born 1787 at Worsbrough, so where was Robert Sykes

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