George Nicholson

Wolds Wagoners [SIC] Reserve, a regiment that Lt Col. Sir Mark SYKES squire of Sledmere raised from the local rural population, they formed a core of an elite troop of horsemen much in demand throughout the army to maintain a stead supply of materials and munitions to the frontline.
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Darren
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George Nicholson

Post by Darren » Thu Jun 02, 2011 4:56 pm

Wg 356 George Nicholson from Gembling.

I am researching my family tree and came across the above, I am trying to identify if this is the son of George and Pricilla Nicholson of Gembling born 1 Apr 1890. Can anyone help please?

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Post by tremal » Sun Jun 05, 2011 9:18 am

1901 census shows George Nicholson (40 years), a farm labourer, and his wife Priscilla (39) years, living in Main Road, Gembling. With them are 5 children, the eldest of which is George (11 years), who is at school

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