Family History

Peacocks of Crowle

BL: Saturday 14 January 1797 – Bankrupts – Cornelius Peacock and Benjamin Hitchins, of CHatham Place Monday 5th October 1812 [Salisbury and Winchester Journal] Yesterday on Queen-square, Aldersgate-street, Mr T Peacock, formerly of Chatham-place, a well known character in the metropolis. [Sheffield Independent] Sat 25 Jan 1840. On the 16th instant, at Crowle, Cornelius Peacock,…

Anderson Hind of Crowle

    Anderson’s Father John Hind moved to Crowle not long after he and Elizabeth Anderson were married in Epworth on 3rd October 1800. In 1802 John Hind bought a Corn Mill in Crowle from Mr James Turner. This was the year in which Anderson, the eldest child of John & Elizabeth, was born. Under…

The first Goldthorps in Crowle.

The first Goldthorps in Crowle.   John Goldthorp married Susannah Crossland at St. Oswald’s Church in Crowle on 17 Nov. 1709. John must have been an incomer, Susannah being baptised on 25 Apr. 1686. The children baptised with their parentage were: – Mary. 12 Oct 1710. Elizabeth. 31 May 1713. Anne. 28 Jan. 1716. Susannah….

George Stovin & Justice Hall Lane

George Stovin & Justice Hall Lane

According t the following article, Justice Hall was built in 1728 by George Stovin – the antiquary and was so named because he was a magistrate – this has nothing to do with the Manor of Crowle. A search of possible sources provides an answer in “Lincolnshire notes and queries, Volume 4” published in 1896. This…

Proud to be a Staniforth. Or The advantage of being an Axholme man.

Hannah Stanniforth aged 33 married John Everatt aged 39 in 1857. According to family tradition,(my mother and aunts) an arranged marriage. I have always felt proud of my 12.5% Everatt genes and totally neglected the 12.5% Stanniforth ones. Looking at John Everatt’s career, the reason is obvious, 1841 age 22, agricultural labourer, 1851 age 32,…

The Robinson Family and Tetley Hall

The Robinsons The earliest record of the Robinsons is in the Census of 1841 when John Robinson, a coal merchant born in Epworth in about 1776, was living with his wife Elizabeth (born in about 1780) at Crowle Wharf. The household also included John’s son George born in Hatfield in about 1810 and his wife,…

Early Goldthorpe spellings in the Kirkburton Registers.

Early Goldthorpe spellings in the Kirkburton Registers. Originally the parish of the kirk (church) at Burton 1540 to January 15th 1654. www.archive.org/details/parishregisterso01kirk Parish clerks were only partly literate, word spellings not finalised and they often just wrote down what they heard. In fact a surname can be spelt two different ways in the same sentence….