Holland Family Driffield

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Diana
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Post by Diana » Sat Mar 09, 2013 4:44 am

Hi nessybear. My husband is also a desendant of Robert Holland and Ann Robson son Frederick. My new e mail address is dianahholland@gmail.com
Many thanks for your interest.
Regards Diana

Judith
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Post by Judith » Sat Mar 09, 2013 1:09 pm

quote:Originally posted by Diana
My husband is a descendant of Robert Holland and Ann Robson married January 1st 1846 in the parish of Lowthorpe. I have their marriage certificate.
What I would like to know is their first born child was James Henry Holland christened 25 Dec 1846 Nafferton Yorkshire and as he did not come out to New Zealand in 1863 I think he must have died.
I have been told he died in 1850 but am unable to find proof of this.

Is there someone who could look this up for me as I am at a loss.

Their other children were
George William 1849
Mary Jane 1851
Frederick Holland 1854
Charles Henry 1856
Henry Holland 1859.
All were christened in the Driffield Wesleyan Church
Many thanks Diana Holland

Hi Diana
I have many Robsons on my tree and wondered if you could tell me who Ann Robson's parents were please? I now live in Lowthorpe.
Judith

Ian Soanes
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Location: Bexley, Kent, England

Post by Ian Soanes » Mon Mar 11, 2013 6:27 pm

Census records (see my previous postings) tell us that Ann Robson was born about 1825 in Brigham. This almost certainly means that she is the Ann Robson who was baptised at Foston on the Wolds (the parish includes Brigham) on 20 Nov 1825, daughter of James and Jane Robson.

https://familysearch.org/search/record/ ... A1820-1830~
• name: Ann Robson
• gender: Female
• christening date: 20 Nov 1825
• christening place: FOSTON ON THE WOLDS,YORK,ENGLAND
• father's name: James Robson
• mother's name: Jane
• indexing project (batch) number: C10604-1
• system origin: England-ODM
• gs film number: 919195

Regards,
Ian

Judith
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Post by Judith » Thu Mar 14, 2013 3:21 pm

quote:Originally posted by Ian Soanes
Census records (see my previous postings) tell us that Ann Robson was born about 1825 in Brigham. This almost certainly means that she is the Ann Robson who was baptised at Foston on the Wolds (the parish includes Brigham) on 20 Nov 1825, daughter of James and Jane Robson.

https://familysearch.org/search/record/ ... A1820-1830~
• name: Ann Robson
• gender: Female
• christening date: 20 Nov 1825
• christening place: FOSTON ON THE WOLDS,YORK,ENGLAND
• father's name: James Robson
• mother's name: Jane
• indexing project (batch) number: C10604-1
• system origin: England-ODM
• gs film number: 919195

Regards,
Ian


I was just trying to find a link to my Robson family, but have had no success, yet! Thanks for your help.

Ian Soanes
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Post by Ian Soanes » Fri Mar 15, 2013 10:29 am

Judith,

Ann Robson had at least two siblings, one of whom may connect with your Robson family?

https://familysearch.org/search/record/ ... ame%3AJane

• Name: Mary Ann Robson
• christening date: 28 Mar 1824
• christening place: FOSTON ON THE WOLDS,YORK,ENGLAND
• father's name: James Robson
• mother's name: Jane
• indexing project (batch) number: C10604-1
• system origin: England-ODM
• gs film number: 919195

• name: George Robson
• christening date: 06 Apr 1828
• christening place: FOSTON ON THE WOLDS,YORK,ENGLAND
• father's name: James Robson
• mother's name: Jane
• indexing project (batch) number: C10604-1
• system origin: England-ODM
• gs film number: 919195


Ian

Judith
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Post by Judith » Fri Mar 15, 2013 11:40 am

Thanks Ian. My Robsons are mainly from Kirkburn, Lund & Cherry Burton so I may have to go a long way back to try and track a connection with Foston on the Wolds.
Judith

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