Cherry family

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Cherry family

Postby PatF » Tue Dec 21, 2004 1:32 pm

Hi

Interested in any information on Cherry's who lived in Lockington from 1800 onwards

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Postby 130168 » Fri Jan 21, 2005 3:49 pm

Dear Pat,
I have a relation on my great great grandmothers side a Betsey Ann Binnington born c1855 in Beverley, daur of Robert Binnington & Hannah(Clark) who married a Robert Foster Cherry born c1852 in Beverley Parks, marriage year 1876 Beverley.
They had children Arthur R born c1879, Herbert born c1882, Lilly born c1885 and Samuel born c1890 all in Beverley Parks
best wishes,
Phil Andrew.
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Postby PatF » Sat Jan 22, 2005 9:37 am

Hi

My Cherry's came originally from North Ferriby. Edward Cherry b1742 married Eleanor and they had 4 children. Francis, Thomas and two unknown

Francis born 17/11/1785 moved to and farmed at Lockington, and married Frances Robinson of Lockington, they both died at Lockington. They had 11 children, many moved to Australia. One, who I know nothing else about, was Robert Cherry, christened 28 April 1825

Can you make a connection to any of these?

Do you know the parents of your Robert Foster Cherry?

Regards

Pat
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Postby PatF » Sat Jan 22, 2005 5:26 pm

For the attention of Jean

Sorry I was unable to respond to your off forum e-mail as the address appears invalid

The information that I have comes from a distant relative, who now living in New Zealand, has come over to the UK and visited the grave
in N. Ferriby churchyard. This is the detail that he gave me:

In Memory of

EDWARD CHERRY of this place , Blackfmith died 20
Feb 1799 aged 56 years

Alfo ELEANOR his wife died 6 Dec 1806 aged 58
years

Alfo two of their children who died in their
Infancy

Alfo THOMAS COULYON CHERRY Son of EDWARD

and MARY CHERRY of Hull who died 6 March 1802 aged
15 months

Alfo ELIZABETH their Daughter died 7 Oct 1806

I live in Northumberland, so if you can add anything to what I
have it would be appreciated

Kind Regards

Pat
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Postby 130168 » Sat Jan 29, 2005 11:01 am

Dear Pat,
I have been to the 1861 census and found out that Robert Foster Cherry had a father named Samuel who was born at Hessle By Hull son of John Cherry and Elizabeth Akester.
From what i have gleaned from the IGI he was the son of Edward Cherry & Eleanor Constable although as you probably know it will need to be checked out.
I will have to do a bit more searching through Kirkella area to see if i can find them possibly in this parish but i will get back to you later with what i find.
So far i think Edward had approx 12 children in North Ferriby.
best wishes,
Phil.
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Postby 130168 » Mon Jan 31, 2005 11:04 am

Dear Pat,
Don't know if you have this,

Lockington Monumental Inscriptions.
In loving memory of Frances wife of Francis Cherry, born March 7th 1797/died April 5th 1880. Also Francis Cherry born Nov 17th 1785/Died March 3rd (1864?)/ These are whom came out of great tribulation and have washed their robes and made them white in the blood of the lamb and God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes.
PR 1864 Mar 5th Francis Cherry, Lockington, aged 79yrs.
Also, at Nth Ferriby on the Footpath,

Here lies the body of Charles Cherry who died July 20th 1785 aged 13yrs also Samuel Cherry died August 17th 1801 aged 53yrs.
PR 1785 Jul 22 Charles son of Sam Cherry, Ferriby, Labourer.
PR 1801 Aug 19th Samuel Cherry, Labourer, Ferriby, son of Saml Cherry, Willerby, 53yrs, Dropsy.

HO107/1219/FOLIO 7/PAGE 8, Lockington.1841 census.
Francis Cherry aged 56yrs Farmer,
Frances Cherry 44yrs
Jane 20yrs Adah 14yrs, Frances 12yrs, John 10yrs, Peter 8yrs, Arthur 6yrs, Eleanor 4yrs and Maria 2yrs.

1841 Census, Woodmancey,
John Cherry aged 50yrs Ag Lab
also next page,
Samuel Cherry aged 25yrs Chalk Stone Miner John aged 5yrs, Hannah aged 2yrs,
also on same page Ann Cherry (Possibly Samuels wife) aged 30yrs
William aged 14yrs.
Ages of some of the above should read eg John aged 50yrs,
50yrs but not 55yrs, Ann 30yrs, 30yrs but not 35yrs.
All above born in the County.
regards,
Phil. phil.andrew@blueyonder.co.uk
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Postby PatF » Tue Feb 01, 2005 10:15 am

Hi Phil

>Lockington Monumental Inscriptions.

I was aware of the entries in Lockington MI's

>Here lies the body of Charles Cherry who died July 20th 1785 aged >13yrs also Samuel Cherry died August 17th 1801 aged 53yrs.
>PR 1785 Jul 22 Charles son of Sam Cherry, Ferriby, Labourer.
>PR 1801 Aug 19th Samuel Cherry, Labourer, Ferriby, son of Saml >Cherry, Willerby, 53yrs, Dropsy.

I cannot connect to this family group

>1841 Census, Woodmancey,
>John Cherry aged 50yrs Ag Lab
>also next page,
>Samuel Cherry aged 25yrs Chalk Stone Miner John aged 5yrs, Hannah >aged 2yrs,
>also on same page Ann Cherry (Possibly Samuels wife) aged 30yrs
>William aged 14yrs.
>Ages of some of the above should read eg John aged 50yrs,
>50yrs but not 55yrs, Ann 30yrs, 30yrs but not 35yrs.
>All above born in the County.

Some of this is new to me

Many thanks for all your work

Regards

Pat

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Postby 130168 » Thu Feb 03, 2005 4:01 pm

Dear Pat,
John Cherry bapt 25/12/1782 Nth Ferriby, Father Edward Cherry & Eleanor Constable is the father of Samuel Cherry born Hessle 1811 and he is the father of Robert Foster Cherry.
Francis Cherry born 19/12/1784 Nth Ferriby is the brother of John Cherry above.
Edward & Eleanor had 13 children in Nth Ferriby between 1772 & 1794,
Phil.
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Postby PatF » Fri Feb 04, 2005 9:16 am

Hi Phil

>John Cherry bapt 25/12/1782 Nth Ferriby, Father Edward Cherry & Eleanor >Constable is the father of Samuel Cherry born Hessle 1811 and he is the >father of Robert Foster Cherry.
>Francis Cherry born 19/12/1784 Nth Ferriby is the brother of John >Cherry above.
>Edward & Eleanor had 13 children in Nth Ferriby between 1772 & 1794,

I had realised that you had established a link between my Francis Cherry and your Robert Foster Cherry

It was the Charles and Samuel group that I could not connect to, do you have anymore details of the 13 children of Edward & Eleanor. I only know of 6

Regards

Pat
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Postby john cherry » Tue Feb 08, 2005 3:27 pm

Dear Pat, Jean & Phil,
My daughter Helen has picked up your address.
I have not worked on my family history for over 10 years and did not have time to follow up the several leads I had for pre 1698 Cherry's since I am now very busy with my work.
I have several shelves of notes and photocopies. I used original wills, documents, MI's & census on microfiche before the information was on lists or computers. It was a long process checking line by line scratchy and unusual handwriting. I have given 3 talks on the subject and appeared on channel 4 TV.
You are following the correct family. John Cherry was my greatgrandfather. He was an inventor of many patents including the centrifugal pump. My grandfather Charles Samuel was his youngest. Robert Foster Cherry was John's brother (named after a friend and neighbour at Chalk Mill Villas). Samuel (chalk miner & manager) was their father. All their graves are in the old Queensgate cemetery Beverley. I have traced and confirmed the tree to the marriage of John Cherry & Susannah Burn in 1698 at Holy Trinity Hull.
When I get time I will try to send you a skeleton tree.
Yours John Cherry
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