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Hull and East Yorkshire Family History

A group for all of us with Holderness and Hull ancestry

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Latest Activity: Feb 17, 2013

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Lamplugh/Lamplough surname 9 Replies

Started by Richard Lamplugh. Last reply by Rebecka Lamplugh Aug 11, 2010.

Bishop, Parkin or Holmes ancestry from late 1700's 1 Reply

Started by Dayle Patriquin. Last reply by John Wilson Hunt Aug 11, 2010.

ASHBY, William b. ca 1725 Hull, Yorkshire 4 Replies

Started by Wes Klang. Last reply by Wes Klang Sep 27, 2009.

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Comment by Rosemary Kopittke on August 10, 2009 at 6:53am
My interests in Hull focus on the WAUD family. The earliest connection is the marriage in 1793 of John WAUD and Rachel BURGAN at Holy Trinity Church. Later generations remained in Hull though several - James Bergan Waud, James Arthur Waud and Thomas Henry Waud - came to Australia in 1883. Origins of the Wauds before this mention in Hull are as yet uncertain.

Another family branch lived in various places in the Holderness area. The VERNON family moved with the railways from Inverness, Scotland to Beswick (1848), Hedon (1854), Preston Gates (1856) and finally Ottringham (circa 1870). The parents died in Ottringham and descendants lived at Thorngumbald, Sunk Island, and other nearby villages. Associated surnames include CLOSE, TENNISON, CHADWICK, DUNN and JOHNSON.

Would welcome contact with anyone who has an interest in these families or who can assist with the origins of the Waud family.
Comment by margaret evelyn hickson on July 21, 2009 at 1:41pm
Hi everone, Im trying to find my maternal grandmothers family, Charles Henry Cawkwell, from Hull. If anyone can give me any info i would be grateful
Comment by Anne Cole on July 19, 2009 at 5:25pm
So sorry! It was a jolly good picture.
Comment by Victor Markham on July 19, 2009 at 5:15pm
My daughter? I didn't know I had one! You of course mean my niece

Victor
Comment by Anne Cole on July 19, 2009 at 4:20pm
My One Name Study (Duncalf and variants) has a large East Yorkshire connection in the 16th to 18th centuries. The earliest connection is with Urian Duncalf who lived at Otteringham and died there in 1598. His second wife was one of the Hildyard family and his executor had a bit of trouble with Sir Christopher over the will.

Second connection is with John Duncalf of Patrington who married Margaret Hall, the vicar's daughter in 1607. There is a plaque on the church wall commemorating John and his family with the Duncalf coat of arms on it.

John's descendants, a couple of Humphreys, Samuel and Edward moved to Hull and were aldermen. Samuel was the town clerk at one stage. One of the Humphreys has a memorial stone in the porch of Holy Trinity church. I have a photograph courtesy of Victor Markham's daughter.

I've been through the registers and lots of other interesting sources, including Dugdale, but if anyone comes across anything relating to this family I would be very pleased to hear of it.
Comment by Lynn Lucas on July 18, 2009 at 2:05pm
I've just arrived back from a week in York at Yorksgen 2009. Tired but happy and with 30+ pages of parish register entries to input into my system. Very tired but very happy. Congrats on this new list.
Comment by Eileen White on July 13, 2009 at 8:24pm
I'm interested in MAKIN and JENKINS surnames in Hull and East Yorkshire. Would love to make contact with descendants of Tom MAKIN b Pollington about 1846 - in Hull from 1871 and Thomas Collins JENKINS born about 1833 Ramsgate, Kent but in Hull by 1851.
Comment by Maurice HAMSON on July 13, 2009 at 2:46pm
My Hull and East Yorkshire interests are HAMSON(from Northamptonshire,)JOHNSON.(from Holme on Spalding Moor) PEACH,(from Dorset and Somerset) PARKINSON,(from Goodmanham) WILKINSON(Hull and East Yorkshire)
Comment by Maurice HAMSON on July 13, 2009 at 2:33pm
Hi, I have an interest in the JOHNSON family, which originated in Holme on Spalding Moor. Anyone else have an interest ?
Comment by Liz Woods on July 13, 2009 at 9:16am
Ok so here are my Hull and East Yorskhire surnames - well some of them anyway.
Abey, Merrikin, Sawney, Thompson, Boughen, Winn, Coates, Shaw, Ellis,Crake,Sharp, Stephenson, Terry, Broderick, Petty, Leonard, Martin, Foxton, Rains, Witty. Some of these names like Abey orignated elsewhere - Lincolnshire mostly, but if anyone else has any of then, lets start a thread!
Liz
 

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