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East Yorkshire Parish records

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Derek Report 20 Oct 2009 10:11

Hi Lorraine..Sheffield & District Family History Society....and Sheffield Archives are about the only places, unless you get lucky with FreeBMD and with IGI
I'll try an help if I can, but as you know, my speciality is Derbyshire.



littlelegs Report 20 Oct 2009 08:53

hi derek
do you know were i could look for baptisms in sheffield
all the best lorraine


Derek Report 18 Oct 2009 22:10

Maureen..Hi.....I have found your family......but unfortunately I cannot add to what you've got.....the whole story is in the census entries after 1841..with his wife and family in Westmorland..but sine he obvioulsy Westmorland before 1841.....I can't find him.
..and he was probably born; and his parents married, in Hull just after my records end..


Pat Report 18 Oct 2009 21:43

Many thanks Derek for your time & information. Pat


Lynda Report 18 Oct 2009 14:05

Hi Derek thankyou for the offer of luck ups .I hope you can help me I am looking for my x3 grt Grandparents John Thompson and Ann Pattison i do not have their dob or place of birth but their son William dob 1809 my x2 Grandfather was born in Kilham he died 1869 and was married to Sarah Frankish dob 1820 most of my family came from that area so i have assumed that John and Ann did too, if it is possibe i would like to know dob and marriage hope i have not asked for too much ? .
Regards Lynda


Derek Report 17 Oct 2009 23:56

Hi Pat..have fouind various mary Jacksons borb around that time in and around Whitby..but one stands out............baptised LYTHE Whitby..

Mary Jackson 28.03.1825.daughter of Thomas and Mary!!



Pat Report 17 Oct 2009 23:02

Goodmorning, thank you so much for the names of Richards parents and yes the date I gave you for Mary was not correct. The year of Marys birth I was given many years ago was1824, but this may not be right either. Thanks Derek. Pat


Derek Report 17 Oct 2009 00:20

Hi Pat..have found Richard Hutchinson baptised 02.07.1820 lythe Whitby son of Richard and Elizabeth.
Surely you have mis typed the birth date of mary jackson 1889???
I have a mary Ann Jackson Whitby 1819??????



Pat Report 16 Oct 2009 23:04

Hi from NZ, I have a Richard HUTCHINSON B Barnby 1820 married Mary Jackson B Lyth 1889. Would like to know who the parents are or anything else. In 1851 (census) they were living in Whitby. Her parents may have been Thomas & Mary. Came to NZ 1859. Not sure if you cover this part but thanks anyway. Pat


Derek Report 13 Oct 2009 13:45

Gillian..I'm sorry, they don't.

Good luck.



Radcliff Report 8 Oct 2009 19:40

Hello Derek do you cover North Allerton,
Thankyou gillian


Bluesavannah Report 18 Sep 2009 18:05

Hi Derek

Definately a refreshing break from the Derbyshire lot. This Hull branch has had me stumped for a while.

Henry Bowin 1815 was a mariner and named Frederick Bowin as his father, also a mariner, on his marriage cert.

The surname does keep changing from Bowin to Bowen so it wouldnt suprise me if my lot are actually under Bowen.

I did find an IGI baptism in 1815 at Holy Trinity for Henry and it was spelt Bowin. Parents Frederick & Frances. I couldnt find any other children though as part of this batch.

I did, on the IGI again, find a baptism of a child named Frederick Bowin who was baptised in 1803 at saint Mary, Hull. Son of Frederick & Frances. I think this could be a brother of Henry.

Many thanks for the baptism of Joseph, I do believe he is another brother of Henry and someone else to look at.



Derek Report 18 Sep 2009 16:58

Hi Claire.nice to see you on this Thread..a break from Derbyshire.......

First things first..are you sure its BOWIN and not BOWEN????

There are no Bowin's in my limited registers..but there is an interesting Bowen.........

JOSEPH BOWEN..son of Frederick and Frances Bowen baptised Holy Trinity 24.10.1808

If i know for definite which it is I have other sources where i might find them



Bluesavannah Report 18 Sep 2009 13:39

Hello Derek

Wonder if you could check for my Bowin connections.

Hoping there may be children of Frederick & Frances Bowin at Holy Trinity. They definately had a son called Henry who was burn 1815 but I think thats too late for your records.

Also, could I ask for a check on a marriage for Frederick Bowin and Frances (surname currently unknown). I believe Frederick was a mariner.

Many thanks


CarrieJ Report 18 Sep 2009 13:01


Once again Thanks, that is my Jane Poulton, parents were Robert and Sarah:)

Don't think the Ansdell 'sare any connection as the dates don't fit in but will still check them out anyway.



Derek Report 18 Sep 2009 12:14

Hi carol....not a lot I'm afraid.

Daniel Ansdell son of james and sarah..16.04.1805

Elizabeth dr of James and Mary 08.08.1793

There is a Daniel Ansdell marrying Mary Mooody at Sculcoates 01.08.1831

Have found a JAMES ANSELL son of Edward and Mary born at Hutton Rudby 25.05.1834

and..a Jane Poulton dr of Robert bapt. Holy trinity 27.02.1799

Sorry I cvan't do better



Charlotte Report 18 Sep 2009 08:47

morning derek
thanks so much for doing all that children giving,and i thought having one stroppy teenager was enough,imagine that little lot!!!

got fair bit to do today but will endeavor to update tree over the weekend,between horses dogs and watching rugby(yawn-yawn)

it will look pretty impressive...

have a good day



CarrieJ Report 18 Sep 2009 01:12

Hi Derek

Yes that is my Hugh Jackson, I didn't realise your disc covered Sproatley too, so thank you for his Chr date.

My John Ansell married Jane Bailey formerly Poulton in Trinity but he was previously married and I have not been able to find if any children from the first marriage or infact his first wifes name, I have come across the surname Ansdell before but never looked into it, so could you post the Ansdell details and I will do some research see if they are connected, you never know..:)

Big thanks again

Carrie/Carol :D


Derek Report 18 Sep 2009 00:01

Hello again Charlotte..ok impregnation starts are some of your children:

Alexander Bell 1755 (died 14.01.1819) wife unknown..had the folloowing children:

John bell 1767
Ann Bell 1769
NATHANIEL 1771-1852

Nathaniel married ELIZABETH GILDERSDALE 16.09.1794 and had the following children:

Thomas Bell 1796
Mary 1796

then he fell out with half of Yorkshire it seems and went off and married HANNAH HESSAY 20.02.1803 and had the following children:

Elizabeth 1804
Lucy 1805-1871
Mary 1807-1848
NATHANIEL 1809-1898
Hannah 1814
Alexander 1816-1882
Richard 1818
Thomas 1819-1848
John 1821-1825
Ann 1825-1826

I think that's enough for any girl to take in one night..and I'm cream crackered.....

(Hope you're laughing!!
Good night



Derek Report 17 Sep 2009 23:19

Katie....Charles Collingwood married Ann Hunt at Holy Trinity 07.11.1835..but as i don't have Holy trinity marriages..i found it no parents or witnesses....

I have found Ann Tyas Hunt baptised Holy trinity 26.07.1814 daughter of James hunt and Elizabeth.....but th nearest Charles Collingwood is at halifax!!