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Re: William INCKLE - the farmer
« Reply #9 on: Friday 10 April 09 19:44 BST (UK) »
Hello again heywood  :)

Thank you very much for that photograph, the railway terminology is somewhat confusing, I agree!
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Re: William INCKLE - the farmer
« Reply #10 on: Friday 10 April 09 19:45 BST (UK) »
1901 RG13; Piece: 3059; Folio: 63; Page: 16

Short Ferry Road Fiskerton

William Inckle head 62 yrs Farmer b N K
Sarah wife 64 yrs  Yorks Birdsall
Joseph 31 yrs Farm labourer
John W 23 yrs -do-
Rachel A 20 yrs
John W Hurton servant 16 yrs farm servant

others born Fiskerton
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Re: William INCKLE - the farmer
« Reply #11 on: Friday 10 April 09 19:56 BST (UK) »
A remarriage?

Could this be it?

Dec 1897  York    9d   16

INCKLE    William

There's a

STORRY    Sarah also listed  :-\

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Re: William INCKLE - the farmer
« Reply #12 on: Friday 10 April 09 20:02 BST (UK) »



I only popped away for something to eat .. Heywood what a star, look at all that information .. !  :D

1861 census:
RG9/2357, Folio 78, Page 16

Lincolnshire, Fiskerton

William Inkle, h. mar, 22, Ag Lab, b. Northants, Cottingham
Ellen, wife, 20, Ag Labs wife, b. Lincs, Fiskerton
Rose Ann, dau, 11 mths, b. Fiskerton
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Re: William INCKLE - the farmer
« Reply #13 on: Friday 10 April 09 20:16 BST (UK) »


Here's Ellen in 1851 staying with her sister .. !  :)

1851 census:
HO107/2105, Folio 218, Page 34

Lincolnshire,St Mark
10, Smiths Row

John Green ,h. mar, 22, Journeyman Tobacconist, b. Derbyshire, Chesterfield
Charlotte, wife, 21, b. Lincs, Fiskerton
John H, son 3mths, b. Lincoln
Elen Peacock, Wifes sister, 10, visitor, b. Lincs, Fiskerton
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Re: William INCKLE - the farmer
« Reply #14 on: Friday 10 April 09 20:27 BST (UK) »


1841 census:
HO107/633/9, Folio 5, Page 4

Lincolnshire, Fiskerton
Five Mile House

Henry Peacock, 35
Ealoner, 25
Charlott, 11
Henry, 9
John, 7
Eleanor, 7 mths,
   
Henry senior is the only one not born in county .. and no occupation stated for him either ?
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Re: William INCKLE - the farmer
« Reply #15 on: Friday 10 April 09 20:33 BST (UK) »
 :o Wow, I am amazed at all this information so quickly Pels and Heywood, thank you so much!

The Inkle/Inckle/Inchall etc etc etc family is where I get my surname from, albeit another different spelling of it  :)  Doing my research it seems most are ag labs (and then miners as the industrial revolution takes over), I was just confused to find a farmer amongst them all! I do have a sexton, but that's for a different thread ;D

Thanks again for all your hard work  ;D
***INKLE, INKLES, INCKLE (and variants)***- anywhere

CARR - Durham, Northumberland
CHARLTON - Durham
DUNNIGAN - Middlesbrough
HUNTER - Durham
KINLIN - Middlesbrough, Lancashire?
MALLOWES - Yorkshire, Norfolk, Suffolk
MOORE - Middlesbrough, North Riding Yorkshire
TOWERS - Yorkshire, Leicestershire
WRIGGLESWORTH - Durham

General Middlesbrough history esp. Irish community 1800s

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Re: William INCKLE - the farmer
« Reply #16 on: Friday 10 April 09 20:38 BST (UK) »


Look at the surname of their "servant" .. !  :)

1861 census:
RG9/2357, Folio 71, Page 1

Lincolnshire, Fiskerton

Henry Peacock, h. mar, 57, Wood Dealer, b. Yorks, Hull
Ellen, wife, 48, b. Lincs Newball
Charles Inkle, serv, unm, 21, Carter, b. Northants, Cottingham

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Re: William INCKLE - the farmer
« Reply #17 on: Friday 10 April 09 20:46 BST (UK) »
I have a Charles George INKLE born in Cottingham, 1841 (again parish records).

 William's younger brother (one of them, such large families!)

Great find thanks  ;D
***INKLE, INKLES, INCKLE (and variants)***- anywhere

CARR - Durham, Northumberland
CHARLTON - Durham
DUNNIGAN - Middlesbrough
HUNTER - Durham
KINLIN - Middlesbrough, Lancashire?
MALLOWES - Yorkshire, Norfolk, Suffolk
MOORE - Middlesbrough, North Riding Yorkshire
TOWERS - Yorkshire, Leicestershire
WRIGGLESWORTH - Durham

General Middlesbrough history esp. Irish community 1800s