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Have traced my Daughter-in-Law's Marshall family back to the 1841 Census with John Marshall aged 50. His Wife, Mary aged 36 and their Son, Thomas aged 8. Thomas Marshall born Hunmanby 1833 was Married to Mariah Gofton born Skirlaugh. They were Married in 1858 in Hull. Does anyone have more details o...
- Thu Oct 20, 2016 3:29 pm
- Forum: Surnames J-R
- Topic: Thomas Rooks, Wold Ranger
- Replies: 7
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I remember "Tommy" Rooks as my Grandad, who knew him used to call him. He used to sleep in a makeshift tent on Woldgate not far from where it joins the Rudston to Burton Agnes Road. I used to go picking Brambles there with my Mum and he always spoke to us, whenever we went she would take him some fo...
What about Alec Hall? and who are the Printers? is it Horsley and Dawsons? When I was 3 we lived above Southall & Stathers Electrical shop, next door to Tommy Burnett's Fish and Chip shop. The passage to our flat was beside Williamson's Sweet shop. There was Mallinson's, Spencer's Grocers, Phillips ...
- Sat Sep 20, 2014 1:28 pm
- Forum: Surnames A-I
- Topic: Adkins of Beverley and North Frodingham
- Replies: 3
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My Dad used to say " fra Yack aback a arram" When he didn't know where someone or something was from. He was brought up mainly in the Market Weighton area.
I have had real problems since the site changed, couldn't use my old password, then got new ones, but they were not recognised when I typed them in again - so since last managing to log in have just not logged out!!