||I am looking for information about John William Naylor the co founder of Wellington foundry which later became Fairbairn Lawson. He was the cousin of Mary Jane Naylor b 1842 the daughter of John Naylor & Esther Denison. They lived at 5 Taylor Place, Holbeck, Leeds in 1851 and had 5 other children.
||Researching Charlotte Wilks (born Aug 12, 1879), daughter of George Wilkes and Eliza Steele. Siblings are William H (born abt 1866) and Priscilla (born abt 1870). George Wilks is son of Henry Wilks and Priscilla Naylor. Charlotte emigrated to Ottawa, Ontario, Canada abt 1890's.
||approx 1850 to 1876
||Bradford and Leeds
||Job Neal (born 1846 Paris,
France) married to Sarah Benson (Felliscliffe, Yorks)
lived in Bradford definitely 1865 to 1875 and maybe before.
Lived in Oatlands House Leeds when son Thomas Vickers Neal
was born in 1876, then later moved to Oldham.
||Believed to have originated Skelton
father head gardener Neby Hall, Married in Banbury 1946 died
in Wakfield in mysteries circumstances between late 50s to early
70s not heard of after early 50s until a Soliciter got in touch
||circa 1880 onwards
||Fewston, Shadwell, Leeds
||Morley, Sowerby Bridge and Leeds
||Looking especially for marriage or deaths of uncles Hedley Newby b1890 Morley and Sidney Newby b.1892 after 1901 census.
||Newton of Upper Moorside Farnley
were boilermakers. The business was started by John Newton
born in 1779 and his son Israel Newton carried on the
business and moved it to Idle. The business Israel Newton and
Sons Ltd is now run by Gordon who is the 6th generation. Any
information would be useful but especially anything about John
||Known family at; 34 Grt Providence St, Leeds. on the 1871 Census.
William Robert Nickson (Head)(Painter & Paper Hanger.
Hannah E (Wife)
William Thomas (Son)(My Grt Grandfather) Any Information you have on this family would be greatly appreciated.
||1870 to 1920
||Armley Area, Leeds
||Eva Nicholson b.1896-d.1937
Eva m. Bertrand Lillyman b.1896-d.1957
||Elizabeth Noades (b.1825) married Robert Walker at Leeds Parish Church 03 Nov 1845 daughter of Charles Noades tailor of George Street, Leeds
||My Gt Gt Gt Grnadmother Sarah Ann Noble was born in Hunslet abt 1821 She marrried William Wray of Knottingley and her father was William Noble.
||I am seeking infomation on the
Nock family living in the Hunslet area.My GreatGrandma Sarah
Jane Richardson(nee Walmsley) is buried in a Nock Grave
in Hunslet but I do not know what the connection is.
||(Frances or Fanny) wife of John
Noon (died 1878)last seen 1861 (Sheffield) census. Married
1849. Born Halifax? 1830ish.
||Born Leeds-died London
||Requiring any info. on Colonel John Thomas North regarding his family. Well known for giving Kirkstall Abbey to Leeds Council in 1889. Worked in South America for 13 years from 1869.
||1870 - 1940
||Any information on a Herbert
North and or his second wife Margaret Auty and his
family who lived in Carlinghowe Hill, Batley around the 1900's
would be much appreciated. Herbert was a onetime Mayor of Batley
and had a business in Leeds called Brett North which was a furniture
||James Gleadall North b.
Ackworth abt 1840
m. Ann Barden.
||Leeds & Sheffeild
||I am looking for Richard Phare
Northcott, born in Devonport, Plymouth, Devon on 26 july
1867. It is believed that he was in the 6th Dragoon Guards based
in or near Leeds at this time. Can you please confirm ? thank
||1800s to present
||anywhere in Leeds
||Leeds, Hunslet, Holbeck
||My grandmother Rachel Elizabeth
Nowland was born in 1881 at 30 Ark Street, Leeds. She was
the daughter of George Nowland by his second wife Mary
Jane, formerly Pullan or Pulle(y)n, who came from
Selby. George's parents were Lewis Nowland and Mary
Ann, formerly Rothery. Does anyone have information about
other members of the Nowland family in Leeds?
||1750 - 2000
||Hunslet, Middleton, Castleford,
||Most of the male family members
were glassblowers in the second half of the 19th century.
||Leeds, Holbeck, New Wortley
||Ivy Hardisty (b 29/12/1906, 36
Kennedy St, West Leeds - parents Thomas & Jane Hardisty
(nee Pallis(t)er) married James Henry NUSSEY at the Register
Office/Leeds on the 28/01/1928. He lived 66 Gelderd Rd, New
Morley and his parents were John Nussey (General Lab) and Mary
Nussey (nee Webster). Mary Webster was a widow, maiden surname
Pickard, her father was Joseph Pickard. James Henry NUSSEY
was b. in Holbeck/Leeds -10 Porritt (or Parrit) Street, Holbeck.
He was called Jack. John Nussey (b 14/10/1869 Mill Green-
New Wortley parents were Charles Nussey and Mary Ann
Nussey (nee Smith), they married at St Marks' Church/Woodhouse
Leeds 30/08/1868. Charles father was John Nussey). Any
information about their descendants is welcome.
||1700s to 1891
||My great grandfather was John
Nussey, married to Margaret Anne Crilley abt 1875.Had
children Martha Ann, Campbell, Fred, Alice, Oliver, Laura and
Margaret Jane. John's parents were John and Martha Nussey
||My Grandfather was George Hilton