Ancestors of Alexander Thomas Fisk

Notes


262. Charles Swan

There is a likely Charles Swan christened 28 MAR 1756 Westwick, Norfolk, England.

~IGI
Charles Swan, Birth/Christening, 1746 - 1766, Norfolk, England, British Isles 1. CHARLES SWAN - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Male Christening: 28 MAR 1756 Westwick, Norfolk, England


263. Martha Ward

There is a likely Martha Ward christened on 20 NOV 1757 in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England to John + Elizabeth.

~IGI
Martha Ward, Birth/Christening, 1746 - 1766, Norfolk, England, British Isles 1. MARTHA WARD - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Christening: 25 MAY 1747 Weasenham All Saints, Norfolk, England
2. MARTHA WARD - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Christening: 03 NOV 1751 East Ruston, Norfolk, England
3. MARTHA WARD - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Christening: 12 JUN 1751 Bacton, Norfolk, England
4. MARTHA WARD - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Christening: 12 JAN 1752 Bacton, Norfolk, England
5. MARTHA WARD - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Christening: 12 AUG 1753 Brumstead, Norfolk, England
6. MARTHA WARD - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Christening: 10 JUN 1754 Bacton, Norfolk, England
7. Martha WARD - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Birth: About 1755 East Ruston, Norfolk, England
8. MARTHA WARD - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Christening: 20 NOV 1757 Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England


273. Ann Spark

~IGI:
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
HANNAH SPARK
Christening: 04 MAR 1743 Allendale, Northumberland, England
Parents:
Father: JONATHAN SPARK
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ANN SPARK
Christening: 29 SEP 1745 Allendale, Northumberland, England
Father: JOHN SPARK
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ANN SPARK
Christening: 20 AUG 1749 Allendale, Northumberland, England
Parents:
Father: THO. SPARK


274. Joseph Carrick

~IGI (Feb 2004)
Anne is the only child of Joseph & Mary but there is also:
JOSEPH CARRACK
Christening: 11 MAY 1765 Allendale, Northumberland, England
Father: JOSEPH CARRACK
Mother: SARAH


275. Mary

~FamilyHistoryOnline
Mary CARRICK Date 22 Jul 1788 Aged – Place Allendale Description St Peter Denomination Anglican County code NBL


276. Joshua Thirlwell

~IGI (Mar 2004)
This christening would make him ~29 at his marriage. He names a son Thomas. He does not name a daughter Hannah though.
JOSHUA THIRLWALL
Christening: 22 APR 1744 Allendale, Northumberland, England
Father: THOMAS THIRLWALL
+
THOMAS THIRWELL
Spouse: HANNAH HUTCHINSON
Marriage: 13 MAY 1738 Allendale, Northumberland, England

~NBI (2nd Edition)
20 Jan 1827 Joshua THIRWALL 82 Nbland Allendale, St Cuthbert

~A2A (Jun 2007)
Reference: NRO672/A/9/1/57 Creation dates: 12 April 1810 Scope and Content Name(s) of Surrender(s): Josua Thirlwall, Over Scotts Hall, husbandman Name(s) of Admittee(s): John Philipson of Swinhope, yeoman Action: Property surrendered by way of mortgage for 200 pounds and interest Premises: 1. Messuage called Over Scotts Hall and one parcel of land of 8 acres. 2. Allotment of land in respect of premises formerly of Allendale Common containing 1 acre, 3 roods, 29 perches 3. Stints and parts of stints in respect of premises
At http://www.fivenine.co.uk/family_history_notebook/background/allendale_locations/limestone%20brae%20mortgage.htm there is the text of such a notice.
+
This also relates to Over Scotts Hall
Reference: NRO672/A/9/1/59 Creation dates: 9 April 1810 Scope and Content Name(s) of Surrender(s): Thomas Graham, Lincolns Inn, Middlesex, Esquire James Hyde, Allen near Langpont in Somerset, gentleman Name(s) of Admittee(s): Thomas Graham Action: Property surrendered by way of sale for 3625 pounds purchase money where 2500 pounds is a mortgage Premises: 1. One tenement called Finney Hill, East Allendale 2. One tenement called Over Scotts Hall, East Allendale 3. Moiety of one tenement called Over Scotts Hall, East Allendale 4. Allotments and stints allotted to said premises on the division of Hexhamshire and Allendale Commons

~Old Maps (http://www.old-maps.co.uk)
In 1865 there are Low, Near and High Scotch Halls near Allendale Town.


277. Margaret Bell

~IGI (Mar 2004)
MARGARET BELL
Christening: 18 OCT 1747 Allendale, Northumberland, England
Father: JOHN BELL
MARGARET BELL
Christening: 24 JAN 1756 Allendale, Northumberland, England
Father: JAMES BELL

~NBI (2nd Edition)
3 Jan 1827 Margaret THIRWALL 76 Nbland Allendale, St Cuthbert


280. John Verty

~NBI (2nd Edition)
3 Jul 1817 John VARTY 73 Nbland Allendale, St Peter

~IGI
This fits the above burial and the name of his first son (and the naming of his first nephew).
JOHN VARTY
Christening: 05 MAR 1724 Allendale, Northumberland, England
Father: MATHEW VARTY
+
JOHN VERTY
Christening: 01 MAY 1730 Allendale, Northumberland, England
Father: THOMAS VERTY
JOHN VERTY
Christening: 26 DEC 1740 Allendale, Northumberland, England
Father: JOHN VERTY
JOHN VERTY
Father: THO. VERTY
also note:
JOHN VERTY
Christening: 03 AUG 1737 Allendale, Northumberland, England
Father: ISAAC VERTY
ISAAC VARTY
Christening: 26 DEC 1739 Allendale, Northumberland, England
Father: ISAAC VARTY

~NORTHUMBRIA-L Archives
From: "Peter Wright" <peter@wrightsofouston.freeserve.co.uk>
Subject: RE: [NMB] Joseph Varty [Verty] of Allendale
Date: Sun, 4 May 2003 19:50:32 +0100
In-Reply-To: <reuuziAnkVt+Ew9G@hallmoor.demon.co.uk>
Hi William,
I have a note of Joseph Varty who married Ann Atkinson being baptised at St
Cuthberts Allendale on 2.2.1777. He was the son of John Varty and Sarah
Tingate who married at St Cuthbert Allendale on 25.5.1768. John was buried
there in 1817 aged 73 and Sarah in 1826 aged 81.
I do have Bella down as a sister of Joseph. And I have 2 daughters in
addition to those you describe Hannah and Margaret.
I'm descended from John Varty who was buried in Allendale in 1776 via his
granddaughter Sarah Varty baptised Allendale in 1765. I can't work out
where your Vartys fit in to all the records I have.


281. Sarah Tingate

~NBI (2nd Edition)
23 May 1826 Sarah VARTY 81 Nbland Allendale, St Peter


284. Jacob Hutchinson

Author: Bruce Hutchinson
Jacob Hutchinson and Eleanor Bell were married in St. Cuthbert's Allendale on the 7th July, 1764. Jacob and Eleanor may be considered to be a pivotal couple in the Hutchinson line, since they apparently built the stone house at Hollin Close (their initials J & E are carved over the door). As well as Jacob achieved the status of Gentleman as noted on his gravestone in the Church yard of St. Cuthberts in Allendale and in a number of manor court documents. Jacob Hutchinson was a lead ore smelter and had acquired 28 acres at Shiptonsheel (now Sipton Shield) which is located east from Hollin Close across the East Allen River. He probably benefited from his father's land holdings, and the enclosure of common lands act 1783 that expanded the acreage of Hollin Close. The 1800 inventory showed that he owned 28 acres at Shiptonshield and 39 acres at Hollin Close. Jacob's health was clearly affected by his years as a lead ore smelter since the church register records that he downed by reason of insanity, probably resulting from the swelling of the brain due to the concentration of lead in the brain tissue. Jacob died at 60 and Eleanor in 1809 at 66. His tombstone in St. Cuthberts also records the deaths of Eleanor and three of his children Jacob junior, William and John. An interesting aside is that the copy of his death record held at Hollin Close has the cause of death removed.

~NBI (2nd Edition)

~http://www.genesreunited.co.uk/tree.asp?wci=tree&relation_key=158966989&atc=Y&referer=2114#
Jacob Hutchinson and Eleanor Bell were married in St. Cuthbert's Allendale on the 7th July, 1764. Jacob and Eleanor may be considered to be a pivotal couple in the Hutchinson line, since they apparently built the stone house at Hollin Close (their initials J & E are carved over the door). As well as Jacob achieved the status of Gentleman as noted on his gravestone in the Church yard of St. Cuthberts in Allendale and in a number of manor court documents. Jacob Hutchinson was a lead ore smelter and had acquired 28 acres at Shiptonsheel (now Sipton Shield) which is located east from Hollin Close across the East Allen River. He probably benefited from his father's land holdings, and the enclosure of common lands act 1783 that expanded the acreage of Hollin Close. The 1800 inventory showed that he owned 28 acres at Shiptonshield and 39 acres at Hollin Close. Jacob's health was clearly affected by his years as a lead ore smelter since the church register records that he downed by reason of insanity, probably resulting from the swelling of the brain due to the concentration of lead in the brain tissue. Jacob died at 60 and Eleanor in 1809 at 66. His tombstone in St. Cuthberts also records the deaths of Eleanor and three of his children Jacob junior, William and John. An interesting aside is that the copy of his death record held at Hollin Close has the cause of death removed. Jacob and Eleanor had seven children and their four child John is the direct ancestor in this generation.


285. Eleanor Bell

~IGI (Mar 2004)

~NBI (2nd Edition)


304. James Turner

~Free BMD (Aug 2005)

~IGI (Apr 2005)
There is also a member submitted marriage of James Turner to Rachel Gibson 25 MAR 1788 St Cutbert, Carlisle, Cumberland, England (with 2 children, Isabella and Mary).
JAMES TORNER
Christening: 22 FEB 1758 Kirklinton, Cumberland, England
Father: JAMES TORNER
JAMES TURNER
Birth: 27 FEB 1758 Kirklinton, Cumberland, England
Father: JAMES TURNER
Mother: FRANCES
Messages:
Form submitted by a member of the LDS Church
He did not name a child Frances so the first. entry looks likely.
+ Another James child of James TURNER and Rachel GIBSON
JAMES TURNER - International Genealogical Index Gender: Male Christening: 14 JUL 1799 Kirklinton, Cumberland, England

~Cumberland mailing list (Nov 2005)


305. Rachel Gibson

~Free BMD (Apr 2006)

~Ancestry BMD
Deaths Dec 1853
Turner Rachel Longtown 10b 231

~IGI (Oct 2004)
Also:
RACHEL GIBSON
Christening: 26 DEC 1767 Irthington, Cumberland, England
Father: JOS GIBSON
(closer to her calculated birth year but no child named Jos - unless he is really Jas).


306. Richard Baty

Maps show a Robin Hood Public House at Smithfield (the common name of Redhouse) in 1868. This pub still exists:
Robin Hood Inn
Smithfield
Kirklinton Cumbria CA6 6BP
Tel: (01228 675240)

His memorial in Kirklinton Church reads:
In memory of Richard BATY of Redhouse who died June 2nd 1812 aged 52 years. Also Jane his wife who died August 19th 1826 aged 62 years. Also of Jane GRAHAM their daughter who died March 14th 1859 age 68 years.
(Reverse) My sledging hammer lies reclined My bellows too have lost their wind My fires extinct, my forge decayed And in the dust my vice is laid My coals are spent my irons gone My nails are driven my work is done.

There are these death notices in the Carlisle Journal:
June 6th 1812
Lately, at Smithfield, Kirklinton, Mr Richard Baty, aged 52, much lamented
June 13th 1812 Last Tuesday at Kirklinton, Mr Richard Baty, blacksmith and innkeeper, a man who strictly adhered through life to the principles of integrity and honour

His will reads:
"This is the last will and Testament of Richard Baty of Redhouse in the Parish of Kirklinton in the County of Cumberland. Yeoman. First I give and bequeath to Jane my dearly beloved Wife all of the Rents and profits of my Houses and Land, Excepting the Shop that my lawful Son John works in, enduring Her natural Life or if otherwise as long as She remains my widow after her Death or change of life my Houses and Land I give in manner following. To my lawful Son John the House he now lives in with that parcel of Land Joined to it to Him and his Heirs forever. Secondly I order the House I now live in with all the office Houses standing to it, Excepting the Shop that my Son John works in, to be sold and the cash to be in equal Shares to my Daughters Mary Susannah and Jane and be further observed that I give all my Household goods to my daughters as aforesaid and my beasts such as Horses and cows to my Son John but my dearly beloved Wife Jane is to have the use of them and the profits of them as long as She remains my widow after Her death I order my Daughters to Coequal Managers for ? or their Families after the decent burial of their Mother. And I do hereby utterly disavow revoke and disannul all and every other former testaments and wills In witness where I have hereunto set my hand this Twentyeight day of May 1812.
Richard Baty

George Sawyer
David Tate
Wm. Graham"

~Cumberland mailing list
(http://listsearches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ifetch2?/u1/textindices/C/CUMBERLAND+2004+13252533873+F)
The following is advertised for sale - abesbooks - I have no personal interest in the sale of the documents. KIRKLINTON (North of Carlisle, Cumbria) Archive of deeds relating to a group of freehold farm properties in Kirklinton parish (also known as St. Cuthberts) over nearly a century
...
D. In Brownrigg townfields, 3 acres 1 rood of pasture. Bought in 1803 by Richard Baty of Red House, blacksmith.
...
F. Two fields at Lyne Cottage and property at Snugg. Leased by William Baty in 1854.
...
And in 1865, Norman and Nanson sold E to Thomas Baty for only £152, with the mortgage apparently still in force.
...
F is one of three properties leased by William Baty in 1854, the others being A and B. When Robert Dodgson sold Dikeside in 1850, the bidding started at £300. Elizabeth, Roberts sister, came in from £410 to £485, then W. Graham at £600, with whom William Baty of Red House alternated till successful at £700. He seems to have been bidding for Thomas Baty of London, as Thomas leased
Dikeside to William Baty in 1854, apparently when William Hopes tenancy ran out.
...
The bill of 1885 by blacksmith John Holliday for the late William Baty of Dikeside shows that Holliday was also a vet.
...
etc.

~Cumberland mailing list
From the index to Wills at Carlisle
Format (all surnamed BATY):
Given name; Year; Residence/Parish; Type; Ref. No.
W=Will
A=Administration
I=Index
T=Tuition Bond
B=Bond
AB=Administration & Bond
Jane; 1821; Blackford/Kirklinton; W; 498
Jane; 1826; Redd House/Kirklinton; W; 36
Richard; 1812; Redhouse/Kirklinton; ABW; 447

~NBI (2nd Edition)


307. Jane Hope

W. White's "History, Directory & Gazetteer of Cumberland & Westmorland, 1829" has in the Middle Quarter of Kirklinton an entry for "Batey Jane, vict. Robin Hood, Red House".

August 26th 1826 Carlisle Patriot
On the 19th Inst. at Smithfield in the parish of Kirklinton in this county, after a short illness, Jane Baty, relict of Richard Baty, innkeeper. Her hospitality and orderly conduct, for upwards of 42 years, during which she had sole management of a respectable inn, cause her death to be deeply regretted by numerous circle of acquaintances.

See her hushand Richard's notes for her memorial in Kirklinton Church.

Her will reads:
"This is the last Will and Testament of me Jane Batey Widow of Redd-house in the parish of Kirklinton and County of Cumberland, being of sound and disposing Mind Memory and Understanding.
I order all my Debts and Funeral expenses to be paid. I leave also to my daughter Jane Graham all the Mony Bills Bonds and what may remain after all my just debts are paid. Allso I give and bequeath to my said daughter Jane Graham, one dining table, one stand table, one faulupp Bedstead with Two feather Bedds & Beddings, one corner cupboard and all that is in it, one pair Chist of drawers with what is in them, one Settle standing in kitchen, one Cloth Chist with what is in it, Six Charirs standing in the Parlor, Two Tea trays, Two Brap Candlesticks, one Copper Tea Kettle, Two small sarvers, one small Tea Chist, also all of the crop Wheat, oats, Hay, Potatoes. Should my said daughter Jane Graham die the whole of the said Money & Goods to be equally divided between here two children David & Mary Graham. I also hereby make ordain constitute and appoint my Daughter Jane Graham sole Executrix of this my Will and Testament. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand and Seal the Fifteenth day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and Twenty six.

Jane Batey her X marrk

Sign'd Seal'd and declared by the said Testator Jane Baty as and for the last Will and Testament in the presence of us who at her request in her presence and in the presence of each other habe herebento subscribed our names as Witnesses
there to
John Hope
Ramsey Jough"


318. James Tomlinson

~IGI (Oct 2007)


319. Bella

~Free BMD (Feb 2007)
Deaths Jun 1843
TOMLINSON Elizabeth Kendal 25 344

~NBI (2nd Edition)

~IGI (Oct 2007)
There are no Kendal marriages but if her father is Richard then there are:
Bella , Birth/Christening, 1756 - 1766, Westmorland, England, British Isles
Father: Richard
Exact Spelling: Off
Batch Number: C003113
1. ISABEL FISHER - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Christening: 02 SEP 1764 Kendal, Westmorland, England
2. ISABEL BARKER - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Christening: 28 JUN 1760 Kendal, Westmorland, England
3. ISABELL PATESON - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Christening: 07 APR 1761 Kendal, Westmorland, England
4. ISABEL JOHNSON - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Christening: 26 SEP 1762 Kendal, Westmorland, England
5. ISABEL SIMPSON - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Christening: 27 OCT 1765 Kendal, Westmorland, England


328. Robert Mower

At Abigail and Roberts marriage the witnessess were Henry Stevens and George Nelson
In the 1841 census, he was living next door to his son Thomas with a Henry Mower aged 40 (probably his son).
Robert was buried in Elmsett on March 14 1855 aged 92 years

~Free BMD (May 2006)
Deaths Mar 1855
Mower Robert Cosford 4a 353


329. Abigail Mary Stevens

~Free BMD (Dec 2006)
Deaths Dec 1838
MOWER Abigal_ Cosford 12 2_[80]
From the image:
Deaths Dec 1838
MOWER Abigal Cosford 12 200

~FamilyHistoryOnline (Oct 2004)

~IGI (May 2006)

~Cosford Database (May 2006)


332. Robert Holder

He was the informant for and present at the deah of his wife on 11 Feb 1839 in Aldham.
Buried in Elmsett on 17 September 1850, aged 75 years.

~Free BMD (May 2005)
Deaths Sep 1850
HOLDER Robert Cosford 12 204
Deaths Dec 1850
(no, aged 53)HOLDER Robert Gosford 12 234


333. Sarah Warren

Buried in Elmsett, Suffolk on 15 February 1839.
Sarah Holder of Aldham aged 64 years.

Her parents come from the Suffolk Baptism Index (part 2)
Name Sarah WARREN Parents Jno & Alice Date 15 Jun 1773 Abode - Parish Alpheton
and are confirmed by a member submission in the IGI.

~IGI (May 2005)
There are a number of other IGI entries who may be siblings. A couple in Alpheton and about 5 each in Ixworth and Timworth.

~Free BMD (May 2005)
Deaths Mar 1839
HOLDER Sarah Cosford 12 241

~FamilyHistoyOnline: Suffolk Baptism Index (part 2)
Name Sarah WARREN Parents Jno & Alice Date 15 Jun 1773 Abode - Parish Alpheton


344. George Dodsworth

~The original import included Elizabeth & James Dodsworth born in Patrick Brompton, Yorkshire, England (1789 & 1791 respectively). But the IGI has their mother as Agnes Reynolds and so I deleted them.
The IGI also has the wife of George Dodsworth as Agnes Haron

Author: Robert L. Dodsworth
The first trace of George Dodsworth at the moment is when he marries Margaret Eden on 8th August 1768 in Bedale. She died in October of the same year and on 8th January 1770 he married Agnes Aaron also in Bedale. When their first child Mary was christened in 1770, he was described as a Yeoman living in Cowling, which is in the parish of Bedale. The following children were also christened whilst he was living at Cowling :-
George in 1772
Ruth in 1774
Miriam in 1777
John in 1780
Agnes in 1782
Ralph in 1786

George Dodsworth is shown as paying Land Tax in Cowling in 1781 and is still there in 1785. There is no record of the Land Tax at NYRO for 1786, but he is not shown as paying Land Tax in 1787 so presumably he had moved by then, and of course he may well have had more children.

At the moment I can`t find George`s birth. I have looked through Bedale from 1700 to 1760, and the only George is the son of a George at Aiskew christened in 1721, but this would not seem to be him as this would put him at about 47 when he married in 1768. I have also looked through the Thornton Watlass registers for this period but there is no George.

It appears that I will just have to work through the surrounding parishes for the same period to see if I can pick him up. If I can pick up his death it might be useful if it gave me his age, and it would be helpful if I could pick up the marriages of any of his children other than John. John was living at Sutton-on-the-Forest when he was married there.

Cowling Dodsworth`s found mention of prior to 1768 are as follows:-
9/4/1719 Elizabeth Dodsworth of Cowling married William Jackson of Great Crakehall at Bedale Parish Church.
1/3/1758 George Dodsworth of Cowling Yeoman was buried at Bedale Parish Church.
14/7/1760 John Dodsworth of Cowling Yeoman was buried at Bedale Parish Church.
15/9/1764 Elizabeth Dodsworth of Cowling Spinster was buried at Bedale Parish Church.

It is interesting that on 17/12/1832 a John Dodsworth married a Sarah Pounder at Thornton Watlass and they had two daughters christened there,one of whom was named Tabitha. This is an unusual name and I have only come across it in connection with my great great grandfather John`s daughter so that I feel they must be related.


346. William Hornsey

~IGI (June 2005)
WILLIAM HORNSEY
Spouse: MARY ASHTON
Marriage: 18 MAR 1779 North Newbald, Yorkshire, England

~NBI (2nd Edition)


348. Thomas Garbutt

The IGI has the marriage of Thomas and Sarah with "About 1756 Of, Great Ayton, Yorkshire, England" as his birth date.
He is not in the parish register from 1749 to 1766 (which has some unreadable entries) unless he is "Thos of Thos .... blacksmith" 13 Sep 1765.

The Great Ayton PR just has the 3 children for Thomas during 1781-1812. It also has:
* A burial ot Thomas Garbutt, householder, on 25 Jan 1809.
* Thomas Garbutt as a marriage witness:
"Cuthbert Williamson of Ayton, widower, & Mary Bennison of Ayton, spinster, married 21 Sept. [1778] by me A, Hastwell, Curate, in the presence of James Bullmer, the mark X of Thomas Garbutt"

~Free BMD (Aug 2003)
Deaths Sep 1838
Garbutt Thomas Stokesley 24 277
but the NBI has:
15 Jul 1838 Thomas GARBUT 67 Yorks N/R Ingleby Greenhow, St Andrew

~Great Ayton PR
25 Jan 1809 Thomas GARBUTT Householder

~NBI (2nd Edition)
25 Jan 1809 Thomas GARBUTT Yorks N/R Great Ayton, All Saints


349. Sarah Bulmer

~IGI (June 2005)
"About 1760 Of, Great Ayton, Yorkshire, England" but I cannot find her in the Great Ayton Register.

~Great Ayton PR

~NBI (2nd Edition)


350. Thomas Cook

I cannot find his birth in the Great Ayton register. However a Richard Cook was fathering childen around 1760 and a James Cook around 1740.

In 1805 a Thomas Cook was a witness at the following marriage:
"Robert Swalwell of Great Ayton & Ann Camplar of Stokesley married 8 Dec 1805 by me Jno Thompson, Assist Curate, in the presence of Thomas Cook, John Longstaff"

~NBI (2nd Edition)
9 Sep 1820 Thomas COOKE 66 Yorks N/R Great Ayton, All Saints
(born ~1754)

~Great Ayton PR:
Burial 26 Aug 1801
John son of Thomas Cook weaver


351. Sarah Thomas

~NBI (2nd Edition)
6 May 1831 Sarah COOK 79 Yorks N/R Great Ayton, All Saints
(born ~1752)

~IGI (Oct 2004)
No Sarah Thomas christened in Great Ayton
There is a Newton under Roseberry a km north of Great Ayton on the road to Guisborough. They names their first son William so the first entry is more likely.
SARAH THOMAS
Christening: 10 MAY 1752 Newton By Guisborough, Yorkshire, England
Father: WILLIAM THOMAS
SARAH THOMAS
Christening: 20 JAN 1754 Newton By Guisborough, Yorkshire, England
Father: ROBERT THOMAS
+ Other chldren of any William Thomas around 1752:
1. SARAH THOMAS - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Christening: 10 MAY 1752 Newton By Guisborough, Yorkshire, England
2. ANN THOMAS - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Christening: 20 SEP 1747 Newton By Guisborough, Yorkshire, England
3. JANE THOMAS - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Christening: 16 MAR 1745 Newton By Guisborough, Yorkshire, England
4. RICHARD THOMAS - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Male Christening: 12 JAN 1739 Newton By Guisborough, Yorkshire, England
5. ISABELL THOMAS - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Christening: 20 NOV 1743 Newton By Guisborough, Yorkshire, England
6. MARY THOMAS - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Christening: 29 OCT 1749 Newton By Guisborough, Yorkshire, England
7. ELIZABETH THOMAS - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Christening: 17 MAR 1734 Newton By Guisborough, Yorkshire, England
8. ELIZABETH THOMAS - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Christening: 14 JAN 1741 Newton By Guisborough, Yorkshire, England
9. ALICE THOMAS - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Christening: 04 JAN 1756 Newton By Guisborough, Yorkshire, England


364. John Barron

~IGI (Nov 2005)
JOHN BARRON
Christening: 28 NOV 1742 Bywell Saint Peter, Northumberland, England
Father: JOHN BARRON
Mother: MARY
N.B. John names his first son John.
+
This John Barron is a little old but he names a son Thomas. Thomas & Hannah Barron have children including George, Cuthbert and Miles.
JOHN BARRON
Christening: 09 OCT 1737 Bywell Saint Peter, Northumberland, England
Father: THOMAS BARRON
Mother: HANNAH
+ his wife? N.B. his 2nd son is Robert.
MARY ROBSON
Christening: 14 FEB 1738 Bywell Saint Peter, Northumberland, England
Father: ROBERT ROBSON
Mother: MARY

~NBI (2nd Edition)


365. Mary Robson

~IGI (Nov 2005)
MARY ROBSON
Christening: 14 FEB 1738 Bywell Saint Peter, Northumberland, England
Father: ROBERT ROBSON
Mother: MARY

~NBI (2nd Edition)