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Marian

Marian Report 13 Nov 2012 23:28

Please scroll down as this does not relate to the newspaper article. Could someone look at the 1861 census for John Dalton as detailed below in the 1851 census. He is still in Bedale are and I would like to know who he is with. Thanks. (I am right in tacking this request onto this thread aren't I?) Hello, does anyone have a subscription to the newspaper archives, I have found the following extract on find my past - On the 17th inst at Crakehall near Bedale, aged 27. Mary youngest daughter of the late Benjamin Race. The date is 29 June 1867 in the Yorkshire Gazette under family notices. Could someone look to see the full article. Think it may be a death. Thank you.

Chris Ho :)

Chris Ho :) Report 13 Nov 2012 23:35

Race.On the 17th inst., at Crakehall, near Bedale, aged 27, Mary, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Benjamin Race, ol Slenningford Hall, near Ripon.

(under Deaths)

Chris :)

Marian

Marian Report 13 Nov 2012 23:47

Thank you Chris, is it possible to check the 1851 census for Mary, on fmp index she is at Bedale. I would like to know who she is living with. She is aged 10. Thanks.

Chris Ho :)

Chris Ho :) Report 13 Nov 2012 23:57

RACE, Elizabeth Head Unmarried F 42 1809 Miller 4 Servant
Aiskew, Yorkshire
RACE, Ann Daughter Unmarried F 16 1835
Slenningford Ripon
RACE, Elizabeth Daughter Unmarried F 12 1839
Slenningford Ripon
RACE, Mary Daughter Unmarried F 10 1841
Slenningford Ripon
DALTON, John Unmarried M 47 1804 Lodger Unmarried
Aiskew Bedale (says Brother to E Race)
HUDSON, Matthew Servant Unmarried M 22 1829 Lodger Unmarried
Hamby Leyburn
SAYER, Joseph Servant Unmarried M 21 1830 Lodger Unmarried
Tunstall Catterick
RICHARDSON, Mary Servant Unmarried F 21 1830
Helperby Bowbridge, Yorkshire
Piece: 2378
Folio: 144
Page: 1
Registration District: Bedale
Civil Parish:
Municipal Borough:
Address: Chapel Yard
County: Yorkshire (North riding)

Chris :)

edits (not ignoring, but bedtime here!)

Marian

Marian Report 14 Nov 2012 00:02

Thank you, much appreciated. :-)

Quoy

Quoy Report 14 Nov 2012 05:29

Hello

just in case you need them

The York Herald (York, England), Saturday, April 28, 1866; pg. 8;

Newsam Race on the 25th ins at parish church Crakehall Robert youngest son of Mr Simon Newsam of Otterington Grange farmer to Elizabeth second daughter of the late Mr Benjamin Race of Slenningford Mill Rippon



The York Herald (York, England), Saturday, November 04, 1882;
Race on the 31st October at York Ann aged 48 eldest daughter of the late Benjamin Race of Slenningford Mill near Rippon

Marian

Marian Report 14 Nov 2012 22:22

Thank you for the above. I wonder if someone could look at the newspaper archives for the rest of this message which is in the York Herald 4 May 1894 -
1032 BEDALE. Budden Death of a Bedale Corn Merchant.— We have to announce the somewhat sudden demise ot Mr. Byers Race....


:-(

Choccy

Choccy Report 15 Nov 2012 06:42



York Herald - 4th May 1894

'Sudden Death of a Bedale Corn Merchant

We have to announce the somewhat sudden demise of Mr. Byers Race of Bedale, which occurred early yesterday morning. Deceased, who was 79 years of age, was well known as a Corn Merchant and was generally respected. He attended Northallerton, Leyburn, Ripon, Bedale and Thirsk markets regularly. He was a most enthusiastic supporter of the Bedale Cricket Club and was present at nearly all their matches. He leaves a grown up family behind him'


Quoy

Quoy Report 15 Nov 2012 07:07

and his daughter

The Yorkshire Herald, and The York Herald (York, England), Saturday, September 12, 1896

Race on the 8th inst at Kell House Pateley Bridge, Emma daughter of the late Byers Race of Beadle aged 49.

Choccy

Choccy Report 15 Nov 2012 07:07


Daily Gazette for Midddlesbrough - 5th May 1894

'An old man and a hearty handshake.

An inquest was held at Bedale yesterday on the body of Byers Race aged 78, a corn dealer of Bedale. Mrs. Winter, housekeeper to the deceased, gave evidence to the effect that on Tuesday night deceased, who was very weak, went to the Bedale Post Office. When he returned he complained that a certain person had taken hold of his hand and given him a shaking as he had never had, and it had greatly upset him. Next morning he was not very well, and he alluded again to the severe shaking, and rested himself during the day in bed. As he seemed weak, she asked him repeatedly to let her send for the doctor, but he would not allow her. After seeing him several times during Wednesday night and Thursday morning, she observed a change shortly after 6 in the morning, and she went for the doctor, who found him dead. Inspector Holmes said the doctor had informed him that he had attended deceased for a weak heart, and that the shaking of his hand had nothing to do with his death. The shaking was simply given in a friendly way. The jury returned a verdict of death by natural causes'


Marian

Marian Report 15 Nov 2012 09:25

Thanks Choccy and Quoy (early birds) that brilliant. :-D

Marian

Marian Report 3 Dec 2012 20:32

Hi, This does not relate to the newspaper article. Could someone look at the 1861 census for John Dalton as detailed above in the 1851 census. He is still in Bedale area and I would like to know who he is with, ie Elizabeth. Thanks. (I am right in tacking this request onto this thread aren't I?)


Choccy

Choccy Report 3 Dec 2012 20:58


is this him?

1861

RG number: RG09
Piece: 3665
Folio: 4
Page: 2
Reg. District: Bedale
Sub District: 1 Bedale
Parish: Aiskew
Enum. District: 11
Ecclesiastical District:
City/Municipal Borough:
Address: Aiskew Village, Aiskew
County: Yorkshire (North riding)


DALTON, John Head Married M 59 1802 Retired Baker
Aiskew, Yorkshire
DALTON, Hannah Wife Married F 49 1812
Bilton, Yorkshire




??

Marriages Dec 1852 (>99%)
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DALTON John York 9d 69
Horne Hannah York 9d 69

Marian

Marian Report 3 Dec 2012 21:01

Yes it is, Choccy, thank you.

Choccy

Choccy Report 3 Dec 2012 21:17



Deaths Sep 1866 (>99%)
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Dalton Hannah 55 Bedale 9d 315


Deaths Dec 1866 (>99%)
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Dalton John 64 Bedale 9d 321




Choccy

Choccy Report 3 Dec 2012 21:21


In case you don't have it -

England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966

Name: John Dalton
Probate Date: 18 Dec 1866
Death Date: 24 Oct 1866
Death Place: Yorkshire, England
Registry: Yorkshire, England


The Will of John Dalton, late of Aiskew in parish of Bedale, Gentleman, was proved by Oaths of Francis Dalton of Aiskew, Yeoman, the brother, and George Douthwaite of Bedale, Grocer, the Executors

Effects under £1500


Marian

Marian Report 3 Dec 2012 22:26

Just logged back on, thanks for the above. :-)