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Calam

 

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Documeted Webster
Longhorn
Stevenson
Goodhare/Goodheart
Blood
Griffin


Skirlaugh

West Newton,

Howden
William1812
d. here
SarahL-1814
b here
also Parkers her to ~ 1700

Withernwick,



falcon
life story
paddle your own canoe

cricket

poverty

webster

village shops

photos

Eastrington,
Margaret & Mary b. Eastrington
1861 Eastrington Margaret
Sproatley,
Holderness Sproatley is part of Holderness.
1820 the new church would have been within Sarah & William's lifetime
Sproatley is part of Holderness. Theree are also parkers here CHECK
Blue Bell Inn Main Road Sproatley HULL HU11 4PA
 

great old pics of area pubs

pickering blue bell

Nearby or Probable   Beverly between above locations
BELBY is a small township a mile and a half north-east from Howden. The impropriate tithe amounts to £5. There are no manorial rights. Marmaduke Athorpe esq. of Dinnington Hall, Rotherham, is the principal landowner: The township consists of two farms comprising 582 acres; rateable value, £529; the population in 1911 was 20. — Kelly's Directory of the North and East Ridings of Yorkshire (1913)  
    THORPE is a township, and consists of one farm, called Thorpe Hall, 1 ¼ miles north-east. There are no manorial rights. Marmaduke Athorpe esq. is the principal landowner. The area is 265 acres; rateable value, £576; the population in 1911 was 46. — Kelly's Directory of the North and East Ridings of Yorkshire (1913)
Thorpe (Howden)
 
 

Other names mentioned with
Howden as Outlying settlements

Newland (township of Eastrington)
*Newland
Newland (township of Balkholme)
*Newland Gate Inn
Metham on Bishopsoil
*Metham Grange
Portington with Cavill (1)
*Burland House
*Burland Cottage
*Cavill Hall
Portington with Cavill (2)
*Portington Grange
*Rush House
*Slated House
* Portington Hall
Yokefleet on Bishopsoil
*Yokefleet Grange
*Woodcock Hall
*Whin Hill
West Linton
* West Linton East Linton
* East Linton
Asselby on Bishopsoil
* Bishopsoil
*Asselby Grange
Barmby on the Marsh on
Bishopsoil
* Bishopsoil
Laxton on Bishopsoil
* Bishopsoil
* Laxton Grange
* White Horse
* Laxton Grange
Ousethorpe
* Ousetrop (Ousethorpe) Owstrop
Ousetrop, Wallingfen, Carr House
Eastrington on Bishopsoil
* Bishopsoil, Bloom Hill
Graves End (Greaves End)
Saltmarshe (Grange?)

 

23.

Thomas Swann 75 U head retired publican Eastrington Yorkshire
Hannah do 57 W servant housekeeper Hensall do

24.

Elizabeth Thompson 34 M head pauper Blacktoft Yorkshire
Robert do 8   son   Howden do
Elizabeth do 6   dau   do do
Richard do 3   son   Eastrington do
Martha Ann do 16m   dau   do do

Francis Stephenson 53 M head bricklayer emp. 1 man Eastrington Yorkshire
Jane do 55 M wife   Adlingfleet do
Ann do 20 U dau dressmaker Eastrington do
Joseph do 16 U son bricklayer do do
Caroline do 6m   g-dau   do do


Elizabeth Horsley 54 W head charwoman Blacktoft Yorkshire
Mary Ann do 8   g-dau   Eastrington do
William Holt 54 U lodger flax dresser do do

Matthew Thompson 60 U head wheelwright & carpenter Eastrington Yorkshire
Agatha Nurse 33 U niece housekeeper do do
John do 25 U nephew journeyman wheelwright do do
Barratt Underwood 20   app. apprentice wheelwright Asselby do

Richard Parkin 35 M head railway porter Swinefleet Yorkshire
Eliza do 29 M wife   Newport do
Sarah Ann do 11   dau scholar Eastrington do
Eliza Jane do 8   dau do do do
Hannah do 5   dau   do do
Mary do 1   dau   do do

William John Walker 41 M head station master Kirkburton Yorkshire
Margaret do 40 M wife station master's wife Thirsk do

Stephen Thompson 71 M head machine maker Eastrington Yorkshire
Sarah do 73 M wife   Spaldington do
William do 40 U son machine maker Eastrington do
John do 38 U son   do do
Mary do 34 U dau at home do do

Thomas Holmes 32 M head flax dealer emp. 3 lab. Holme Yorkshire
Mary do 26 M wife   do do
Thomas do 14 U visitor   do do
Ann do 64 W visitor   North Dalton do

Sarah Calam 37 W head publican Sproatley Yorkshire
George do 10   son   West Newton do
William do 6   son   Withernwick do
Margaret do 4   dau   Eastrington do
Mary do 3   dau   do do
Mary Hunter 18   servant house servant Seaton Ross do
Wilson Thompson 28 U lodger butcher Balkholme do
Thomas Crisp 40 U lodger watchmaker Kirkella do

Thomas Horsley 55 M head ag. lab. Kilpin Yorkshire
Mary do 58 M wife   Wressel do
William Turner 57 W lodger flax dealer emp. 1 lab. Eastrington do

Robert Richardson 62 M head machine maker Howden Yorkshire
Elizabeth do 53 M wife   Beverley do
Christiana do 13   dau   Portington do
John Cuilenen 24 M lodger royal sapper & miner Ireland Ireland
Bridgetta do 22 M lodger sapper's wife Dublin do
Patrick do 2   lodger   London Middlesex
Thomas Prush 20 U lodger sacking weaver Nottingham Nottinghamshire

Mary Parkin 57 (nothing) wife ag. lab.'s wife Howden Yorkshire

10.

Joseph Cowlam (Jnr.) 28 M head ag. lab. Eastrington Yorkshire
Mary Cowlam 24 M wife   Newland do
Mary do 7   dau scholar Portington do
Thomas do 2   son   do do

11.

William Webster 61 M head ag. lab. Hive Yorkshire
Christiana do 61 M wife   Brigham do

2. Asselby Grange

Robert Horsley 73 M head ag. lab. Eastrington Yorkshire
Mary do 48 M wife   Spaldington do
Mary Jane do 3   dau   Asselby Grange do
Jane Hazlewood 58 U sister   Spaldington do
William Richardson 38 U servant ag. lab. Welham Bridge do

Barmby on the Marsh on Bishopsoil

1. Bishopsoil

Robert Hudson 84 M head ag. lab. Holme on Spalding Moor Yorkshire
Mary do 74 M wife   Foggathorpe do
Elizabeth do 8   g-dau   Pocklington do
William do 5   g-son   do do

2.

William Hudson 48 M head ag. lab. Holme Yorkshire
Ellenor do 39 M wife   Weighton do
Elizabeth do 10   dau   Holme do
Charles do 8   son   Barmby, Bishopsoil do
Henry John do 6   son   do do
Ellen do 3   dau   do do
Alice do 3m   dau   Arglam do

Saltmarshe (Grange?)

1.

William Walker 75 M head farmer of 180 acres emp. 2 lab. Riccall Yorkshire
Hannah do 72 M wife   Knedlington do
Sarah do 6   g-dau   Newland do
Henry Braithwait 19 U servant farm servant Rawcliffe do
William Ramsey 18 U servant do Balkholme do
Elizabeth Clark 16 U servant house servant do do
William Crompton 29 U visitor shopkeeper Holdbeck, Leeds do
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1851 census for Eastrington, East Yorkshire


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York Herald North Yorkshire, England

15 Feb 1851

prize £1 6s, to Geo. Lazenby, servant to the Hon. P. Stourton; swing plough by Mr R, Nichols, Newton. Second prize 16s, to Anthony Laverack, son of Mr J. Laveraek; swing plough by Mr Little, Howden. Third lirize 10s, to Richard Calam, sou of Mr Robt. Calam

 
    WILLS 10 per month
http://www.haine.org.uk/toms_wills/wills_data.php?parish=York
 
    http://www.howdenshirehistory.co.uk/books/eastrington-history-book.html
By Susan Butler. Paperback, 360 pages, published December 2009. Index

This not by any means a comprehensive index; there are so many names and places mentioned in this book that it would have been impossible to include every one without the index taking on massive proportions! However, I have tried to index all the major local places, houses and families featured.

Eastrington, an East Riding village also contains several long lists, such as Eastrington landowners and tenants at enclosure in 1822, but these names are not indexed.

says Calam William is on p. 176
 

Most of these were and are small villages or hamlets surrounded bt agricultural fields. This area lost its manors and abbeys early leaving just small communities with some ancient ruins.

Most of their history shows little more than farming, a few pubs, butchers etc.

 

The local towns and villages section covers places within, roughly, a 25 mile radius of Howden/Goole. It includes the Howdenshire, Marshland and Isle of Axholme areas which lie within East Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire. Photos are listed alphabetically and cover the following places:

  • Adlingfleet, Airmyn, Althorpe, Asselby, Barmby on the Marsh, Belton, Brantingham, Booth, Blacktoft, Broomfleet, Bubwith, Carlton, Crowle, Drax, Eastoft, Ellerton, Epworth, Faxfleet, Garthorpe, Gilberdyke, Gunthorpe, Haxey, Hensall, Hook, Howdendyke, Keadby, Knedlington, Laxton, Low Burnham, Luddington, North Cave, Owston Ferry, Portington, Rawcliffe, Reedness, Saltmarshe, Sandhall, Sandholme, Skelton, Snaith, South Cave, Swinefleet, West Butterwick, Westwoodside, Wroot and Wressle.

Local railways also have their own section which covers the following places:

  • Airmyn, Barton on Humber, Belton, Broomfleet, Brough, Carlton, Cawood, Drax, Driffield, Eastrington, Fockerby, Gilberdyke/Staddlethorpe, Goole, Heck, Hensall, Hook, Howden, Hull, Kirk Smeaton, Langrick, Little Weighton, Newport, Rawcliffe, Sandholme, Snaith and Wressle.
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

 

                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
         
George1840
George Longhorn Calam b. West Newton /Skirlaugh
George Longhorn Calam 1841 William Sarah Aldbrough Yorkshire (East Riding)
http://search.findmypast.com/results/world-records/yorkshire-bishops-transcripts-of-baptisms?lastname=calam&_page=3
   
         
Peter1842
Calam Skirlaugh d. 1842 infant
     
         
Robert1843
Howden
     
                 
                 
         
William1845
- 1925 &
Eliza Goodlove (Goodhare) (b June 20, 1848) Lakeview marker June 20, 1848

     
           

Emma Calam 1877/8 Oct 24, 1884 - March 10, 1954
&
Charles W. Griffin
Lakeview

   
            Frank R Calam
1882 -1959
&
May Blood
1887 - 1965
Lakeview
(The Bridgeport Telegram (BridgeportConnecticut), Friday, September 27, ... on Page Two) ' Patrolman Frank Calam of the Second precinct station is under...)
(https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/24475682/ The Bridgeport Telegram (Bridgeport, Connecticut), Saturday, September 28, 1918, ... The case against Frank Calam, patrolman in the Second precinct who was ...) Polisher in 1900 perhaps Alexander m1 was Harriett E Calam -- she is show as dau age 22 , By 1910 he widowed and a Carpenter, a William Calem age 4 is in household. 1920 policeman has son age 14, Edward, 1930 police sergeant & Veteran w wife2 May, son edward 25 Estimator, Floor Covering Store, not in 1940
   
              Edward Calam (?Wiliam Edward?) 1906 - 1920+  
            Alexander Calam 1879/ 80 - 1956 s/o William Calam, & Eliza Goodham?goodhand, goodhave 1/10/1879 Lakeview Cemetery 4.s ½ blk 3 sec. 11 billed to William Calam 1920 Alexander 41 Stock Clerk Factory wife Mary 37, dau Marie 8, dau Lorene 6 1930 Alexander storekeeper Factory Elec 52 wife Mary 38, Marie 18, Lorene 16 1940 age 61 Field Worker, Housing project , wife, Mary G. age 58 dau Maria G, 29 sales clerk, Department Store    
              Marie Calam~ 1912 - 1940+  
              Lorene Calam ~ 1914 - ?  
          Margaret Calam & Benjamin Parker Webster July 22 1866 St Phillips Church Adjacent Wellington St Leeds Marriage of Benjamin Parker Webster , age 22, Engineman , of Chatham St , Father- Benjamin Webster , Railway Porter To Margaret Calam age 20 , of Chatham St , Father - William Calam , Butcher Witnesses Joseph Mellor , Mary Calam      
            Edgar Parker Webster & Bertha Miller    
            Mary Florence Webster & Benjamin C. Webster    
            Harry Calam Webster 1843 1871 - 1961    
            Ross Benjamin Webster
1843 1878, 65
& Carrie Ballard
   
            Aubren Aubrey Webster ??    
          Mary Calam 1848 & Peter Stevenson, Hatter (Silk Finisher) b. 1855 Glasgow, Scotland      
                 
                 
          Elizabeth Calam 1849      
                 
                 
          https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Healaugh,_Tadcaster

The village lies within the Selby & Ainsty Parliamentary constituency. It is also within the Escrick Electoral Division of the North Yorkshire County Council and the Appleton Roebuck Ward of Selby District Council.

The civil parish is a joint parish with nearby Catterton. The joint Parish council has five members, four of which represent the village.[6]

     
                 
Eastrington
The Black Swan, Eastrington (Ian S) / CC BY-SA 2.0
It's still there --their photo page

1851 Census Widow Sarah Calam in Publican prob Black Swan, Eastrington

1861 Margaret Calam (age 15 or 16)
Book Inscription from Sunday School Teachers Eastrington (Probably St. Michael's)
Had a continuing associationwith Eastrington.

 

(1811 - 1868)
Wife of John Walker 
Mother of William Walker and Joseph Walker 
Amy Laurel Walker

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Husband of Sarah Longhorn 
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Frank R. Calam 1882 - 1950 wife, May Blood 1887 - 1965  
Alec, Frank and Emma Calam Maybe Frank Calam Frank Calam House
Park Street Bpt.

 

Mrs. Benjamin Parker Webster, nee Margaret Calam was born in Eastrington, Yorkshire

She had a number of siblings. Most stayed in England but her brother William lived close to her in Bridgeport. For some years William's family lived next to the eldest BPW son, Edgar. William Calam's immigration date is listed as 1870 (1900) & immig 1869 (1910) Immig.1872 (1920)
William1845

Margaret Calam b.
William Calam b. March 10, 1845 England

1880 Census, Bridgeport, Curtis Lane
William1845
William Calam Age: 35 b. Eng. with wife Eliza, 33 also b. England. William was a Blacksmith. Two of their 3 children are show in this census:
Emma Calam 3
Alexander M. Calam 1
1900 Census Kossuth Street, Bridgeport
William1845
He is around the corner from Edgar, Bertha, Earl F., Edgar & Lillian Webster who reside on Berkshire. (Looks like 6 houses away.)
Wm Kalim [Calam], Age: 54 b. Mar 1845 England, Immig. 1870 m. 1868 Years Married: 32
wife, Eliza Kalim 50,
Harriett E (Emma?) Kalim 22
Alex M Kalim 21
Frank R Kalim 19
1910 Census, 1129 Kossuth Street, Bridgeport, CT    Page2
William1845
William1846 Calam [Colom], 64 b. ~ 1846, England Immig. 1869 Blacksmith, Machine Co Years Married: 41
wife, Eliza Calam 60
Emma Calam 31
Frank Calam 27
William Calam 4
1920 Census Kossuth Street, Bridgeport, CT
William1845
William Calam, 78 b. ~1842 England Immig.1872 Widowed Naturalized 1877
Frank R Calam 38
May H Calam 30
Edward Calam 14
Wiliam Calam d.. April 11, 1925 bur Lakeview Cemetery, Bridgeport, CT
wife, Eliza (Goodlove) Calam d. December 21, 1816 (b June 20, 1848)
George Calam
Margaret & William Calam Generation c/o sarah
William Calam   butcher Skirlaugh West Newton, Howden, Withernwick, Eastrington,  
William1811
 
Sarah Longhorn Calam   publican Skirlaugh West Newton, Howden, Withernwick, Eastrington, Sproatley,  

SarahL-1814

Publican prob Black Swan
1851
             
             
             
             
             
George Longhorn Calam day?   West Newton /Skirlaugh 1840
George1840
 
Peter Calam none d. infant Skirlaugh d. 1842 1842
Peter1842
--
Robert Calam     Howden 1843
Robert1843
 
William Calam Goodlove/
Goodhare
Blacksmith Withernwick 1845
William1845
1851
Margaret Calam Webster

 

 

Eastrington 16 July 1846
Margaret1846
1851
Mary Calam Stevenson   Eastrington  
Mary1848
1851
Elizabeth            
             
George, Robert, Peter, William, Margaret, Mary (married Peter Stephenson in London) Elizabeth Dead            

Skirlaugh

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Skirlaugh
Skirlaugh is located in East Riding of Yorkshire
Skirlaugh
Skirlaugh
 Skirlaugh shown within the East Riding of Yorkshire
Population 1,473 (2011 census)[1]
OS grid reference TA141395
Civil parish Skirlaugh
Unitary authority East Riding of Yorkshire
Ceremonial county East Riding of Yorkshire
Region Yorkshire and the Humber
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town HULL
Postcode district HU11
Dialling code 01964
Police Humberside
Fire Humberside
Ambulance Yorkshire
EU Parliament Yorkshire and the Humber
UK Parliament Beverley and Holderness
List of places
 
UK
England
Yorkshire

Coordinates53.840079°N 0.267274°W

Skirlaugh is a village and civil parish in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England, in an area known as Holderness. It is situated approximately 7 miles (11 km) north-east of Hull city centre on the A165 road. Originally a farming community, it is now primarily a commuter village for Hull.

According to the 2011 UK census, Skirlaugh parish had a population of 1,473,[1] a decrease on the 2001 UK censusfigure of 1,543.[2]

St Augustine's Parish Church

The parish church, St. Augustine's Church, was built by Walter de Skirlawwho later became the Bishop of Durham in the late 14th century. It is, according to Pevsner, a "gem of the early-perpendicular" style.[3] This is because subsequent generations left the original structure largely intact. The stonework was re-pointed in the 1980s and 1990s by Edward Brown, a local volunteer. The church is a Local Ecumenical Partnership between theChurch of England and the Methodist church. In 1966 the church was designated a Grade I listed building and is now recorded in the National Heritage List for England, maintained by Historic England.[4]

Skirlaugh was served from 1864 to 1957 by Skirlaugh railway station on theHull and Hornsea Railway even though the station was located 1.5 miles (2.4 km) south of the village.[5]

Notable people[edit]

 

SKIRLAUGH, a village, two townships, a chapelry, a sub-district, and a district, in E. R. Yorkshire. The village stands adjacent to the Hull and Hornsea railway, 8½ miles NE by N of Hull; and has a station on the railway, and a post-office under Hull. The townships are North S. and South S.; and are separated from each other by Lambwith drain. Acres, 510 and 1,190. Real property, £3,068 and £2,319,-the former inclusive of Arnold. Pop., 323 and 364,-the former inclusive of 64 in the workhouse. ...


Houses, 59 and 77. The manor of North S. belongs to R. Bethell, Esq.; and that of South S., to Sir T. A.Constable.—The chapelry includes the two townships, and extends beyond them; and is in Swine parish. Pop., 910. The living is a p. curacy in the diocese of York. Value, £92. Patron, the Archbishop of York. The church was restored in 1819. There are two Methodist chapels, an endowed school with £11 a year, and charities £51. Bishop Walter Skirlaw and the historian Bigland were natives of South S.—The sub-district contains Rise and Long-Riston parishes and ten townships of Swine. Acres, 18,364. Pop., 2,336. Houses, 453. The district comprehends also the sub-districts of Humbleton, Aldbrough, Hornsea, and Brandsburton; and comprises 67,028 acres. Poor rates in 1863, £4,407. Pop. in 1851, 9,279; in 1861, 9,654. Houses, 1,952. Marriages in 1863, 62; births, 312,-of which 45 were illegitimate; deaths, 222,-of which 77 were at ages under 5 years, and 7 at ages above 85. Marriages in the ten years 1851-60,565; births, 3,083; deaths, 1,786. The places of worship, in 1851, were 20 of the Church of England, with 4,918 sittings; 3 of Independents, with 559 s.; 16 of Wesleyans, with 2,105 s.; 11 of Primitive Methodists, with 793 s.; 1 undefined, with 70 s.; and 2 of Roman Catholics, with 150 attendants. The schools were 24 public day schools, with 1,023 scholars; 18 private day-schools, with 310 s.; and 27 Sunday schools, with 1,058 s.

Skirlaugh through time

A Vision of Britain through Time includes a large library of local statistics for administrative units. For the best overall sense of how the area containing Skirlaugh has changed, please see our redistricted information for the modern district of East Riding of Yorkshire. More detailed statistical data are available under Units and statistics, which includes both administrative units covering Skirlaugh and units named after it.

How to reference this page: 

GB Historical GIS / University of Portsmouth, History of Skirlaugh, in East Riding of Yorkshire and East Riding | Map and description, A Vision of Britain through Time.

URL: http://www.visionofbritain.org.uk/place/14233

Date accessed: 10th March 2016

no Calams here
http://www.workhouses.org.uk/Skirlaugh/#Inmates

 

 

 

 


To check

http://www.foga.org.au/graves/calam/calam.htm (to Australia)

Calams East Eiding Findagrave

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&GSln=Calam&GSiman=1&GSst=4811&

http://www.strangewayfamily.org.uk/html/leeds_family_-_e.htm

http://www.jefferyknaggs.webspace.virginmedia.com/YDC.html

http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/YKS/YKSlist/YKSCaa-Caz.htm

http://www.surnamedb.com/Surname/calam

http://www.greatdriffield.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1424&p=16142

http://www3.telus.net/jjones/family_tree/parkinson/pafg505.htm

http://www.geni.com/people/Sarah-Longhorn/6000000004641876376

http://driffield.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1424&p=1424

http://forebears.io/england/yorkshire/bawtry

http://www.dalesman.co.uk/family-quest/m

http://www.zenagrant.co.uk/advice.html

http://www.genes2.com/boulch/names_c.html

http://www.curiousfox.com/vill100/yorkshireEastRidingSmallerVillages_3.html

http://forebears.io/england/yorkshire/westow

http://www.townsley.info/gedcom/dat88.htm

http://www.werelate.org/wiki/Family:Peter_Stevenson_and_Mary_Calam_(1)

https://www.myheritage.com/names/christopher_calam

http://en.geneanet.org/history-city-town-county-village/scrayingham-SYK-GBR.html

http://www.familypursuit.com/genealogy/calam_martha/martha-calam-1

http://www.madaboutgenealogy.com/yorkshire-east-riding-memorial-cards/

http://interment.net/data/eng/north_yorkshire/stmary_west/index.htm

http://uk-surnames.com/Yorkshire/surnames.php?sl=C

http://joinermarriageindex.co.uk/marriage-records/search/?county=wry&wsurname=Calam

http://www.ancestry.com.au/genealogy/records/william-caalam-calam_108686284?geo_a=r&geo_s=au&geo_t=au&geo_v=2.0.0&o_iid=41020&o_
lid=41020&o_sch=Web+Property

http://www.genesreunited.com.au/boards/board/genealogy_chat/thread/1269258

https://archive.org/stream/MN42006ucmf_4/MN42006ucmf_4_djvu.txt

http://www.rampantscotland.com/placenames/placename_brisbane.htm

http://eastyorkshirehistory.blogspot.com/2014_01_01_archive.html

http://genacadie.ca/leger/p55206.htm

http://www.worldvitalrecords.com/Calam

http://theknittinggenie.com/2011/10/

http://folktunes.co.uk/list4.php?id=6380&action=search

http://www.greatdriffield.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?f=35&t=2898

http://www.rootschat.com/forum/index.php?topic=570082.0

http://www.biship.com/logentries6.htm

http://www.gravestonephotos.com/comments/comments.php?letter=C&scrwidth=

to page 5 https://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=%22Calam%22+genealogy+yorkshire&start=40

http://www.ukbmd.org.uk/genuki/reg/ery.html

 

history gazeteer york - book

longhorn https://www.red1st.com/axholme/getperson.php?personID=P8518243738&tree=Axholme


John Calam
John1700
1700 Yorkshire, England d. 1745
+ Ursula King m. 10 November 1721 (?? Pickering, Nodaway, Missouri, United States??)
     
>Isaac Calam
Isaac1738
b. 10 June 1738 Scrayingham, Yorkshire, England d. 9 December 1790 Scrayingham, Yorkshire, England
  Mary Bolton m. 1760 Scrayingham, Yorkshire, England
BIRTH 1744 Yorkshire, England DEATH 1779 Yorkshire, England
     
>>William Calam
William1764
s/o Isaac1738 b.6 October 1764 Scrayingham, Yorkshire, England d. 15 October 1840 Birdsall, Yorkshire, England
  Ann Wade b. 1766 Scrayingham, Yorkshire, England d. March 1850 Yorkshire, England
     
>>>Isaac Calam
Isaac1785
s/o William 1764 b, December 1785 Scrayingham, Yorkshire, England d. 27 May 1869 Holme Upon Spalding Moor, Yorkshire, England RESIDENCE 1851 Holme Upon Spalding Moor, Yorkshire, England RESIDENCE 1861 Holme Upon Spalding Moor, Yorkshire, England
  Elizabeth Brisby
ElizabethB~1792
m. 14 January 1811 Holme Upon Spalding Moor, Yorkshire, England
     
>>>>Sarah Calam
Sarah1801
England Births and Christenings Christening 11 Oct 1801 SCRAYINGHAM,YORK,ENGLAND b. 05 Oct 1801
d/o Isaac Calam & ElizabethB
   
     
William1806
  William Calam England Births and Christenings Name William Calam Gender Male Christening Date 22 Jun 1806 Christening Place SCRAYINGHAM,YORK,ENGLAND Birth Date 02 Jun 1806 Father's Name Isaac Calam
Robert1804
  Robert Calam England Births and Christenings Name Robert Calam Gender Male Christening Date 05 Mar 1804 Christening Place SCRAYINGHAM,YORK,ENGLAND Father's Name Isaac Calam
     
   
Elizabeth Calaam
England Births and Christenings
Name Elizabeth Calaam
Gender Female
Christening Date 15 Oct 1810
Christening Place SCRAYINGHAM,YORK,ENGLAND
Birth Date 01 Oct 1810
Father's Name Isaac Calaam
Mother's Name Elizabeth
     
   
Isaac Calam
mentioned in the record of Ann Calam
Name Isaac Calam
Gender Male
Wife Elizabeth
Daughter Ann Calam
Name Ann Calam
Gender Female
Christening Date 01 May 1817
Christening Place SCRAYINGHAM,YORK,ENGLAND
Father's Name Isaac Calam
Mother's Name Elizabeth
     
   
John Calam
mentioned in the record of Isaac Calam
Name John Calam
Gender Male
Wife Mary
Son Isaac Calam
Name Isaac Calam
Gender Male
Christening Date 24 Apr 1846
Christening Place LONG MARSTON,YORK,ENGLAND
Father's Name John Calam
Mother's Name Mary
     
   
Isaac Calam
England Births and Christenings
Name Isaac Calam
Gender Male
Wife Elizabeth
Son Isaac Calam
Name Isaac Calam
Gender Male
Christening Date 08 Mar 1818
Christening Place LANGTON BY MALTON,YORK,ENGLAND
Father's Name Isaac Calam
Mother's Name Elizabeth
     
   
Isaac Calam
mentioned in the record of Henry Calam
Name Isaac Calam
Gender Male
Wife Elizabeth
Son Henry Calam
Name Henry Calam
Gender Male
Christening Date 11 May 1828
Christening Place LANGTON BY MALTON,YORK,ENGLAND
Father's Name Isaac Calam
Mother's Name Elizabeth
     
   
Isaac Calam
mentioned in the record of George Cook Calam
Name Isaac Calam
Gender Male
Wife Anne
Son George Cook Calam
Name George Cook Calam
Gender Male
Christening Date 29 Apr 1855
Christening Place BOSSALL,YORK,ENGLAND
Father's Name Isaac Calam
Mother's Name Anne
     
   
Isaac Calam
mentioned in the record of Francis Calam
Name Isaac Calam
Gender Male
Wife Elizabeth
Son Francis Calam
Name Francis Calam
Gender Male
Christening Date 19 Dec 1820
Christening Place LANGTON BY MALTON,YORK,ENGLAND
Father's Name Isaac Calam
Mother's Name Elizabeth
     
   
Isaac Calam
mentioned in the record of Robert Calam
Name Isaac Calam
Gender Male
Wife Elizabeth
Son Robert Calam
Name Robert Calam
Gender Male
Christening Date 10 Jul 1825
Christening Place LANGTON BY MALTON,YORK,ENGLAND
Father's Name Isaac Calam
Mother's Name Elizabeth
     
   
Isaac Calam
mentioned in the record of Elizabeth Calam
Name Isaac Calam
Gender Male
Wife Elizabeth Calam
Child Elizabeth Calam
Name Elizabeth Calam
Event Type Baptism
Christening Date 14 Feb 1827
Christening Place Easingwold, Yorkshire
Father's Name Isaac Calam
Mother's Name Elizabeth Calam
     
   
Sarah Jane Calam
mentioned in the record of Joseph Doughty and Sarah Jane Calam
Name Joseph Doughty
Spouse's Name Sarah Jane Calam
Event Date 1839
Event Place Saint Laurence, York, York, England
Father's Name John Doughty
Spouse's Father's Name Isaac Calam
     
   

Isaac Calam

Father of bride

England Marriages, 1538–1973

Sarah Jane Calam
Joseph Doughty, John Doughty
  Isaac Calam

Father of groom

England Marriages, 1538–1973

Isaac Calam
Hannah Dale, Nathaniel Dale


Isaac Calam

Father of bride

England Marriages, 1538–1973

Alice Ann Calam
Thomas Ramsden


Isaac Calam

Father of groom

England Marriages, 1538–1973

John Calam
Mary Jane Gowland, Joseph Gowland

Isaac Calam

England and Wales Marriage Registration Index, 1837-2005

1856
Pocklington, Yorkshire, England
Mary Gray, William Harrison, Mary Paul


Isaac Calam

England and Wales Marriage Registration Index, 1837-2005

1865
York, Yorkshire, England
Hannah Dale, Catherine Scurrah Kneeshaw, David James Smith

Isaac Calam

England and Wales Marriage Registration Index, 1837-2005

1848
Howden, Yorkshire, England
Thyas Charter, Ann Cook, Anne Linton, Anne Mawson, John Stevens, Jane Wake...

Isaac Calam

England and Wales Death Registration Index 1837-2007

1857
Howden, Yorkshire, England

Isaac Calam

England and Wales Death Registration Index 1837-2007

1862
Pocklington, Yorkshire, England


Isaac Calam

England and Wales Death Registration Index 1837-2007

1855
Malton, Yorkshire, England
     
     
     
     
   
Isaac Calam
England and Wales Census, 1841
Name Isaac Calam
Event Type Census
Event Date 1841
Event Place Hovingham, Yorkshire,Yorkshire North Riding, England
Residence Note Hovingham
Gender Male
Age 30-34
Age (Original) 30
Birth Year (Estimated) 1807-1811
Birthplace Yorkshire
Registration District Malton
Book Number 26
Parish Hovingham
County Yorkshire,Yorkshire North Riding
Page Number 18
Registration Number HO107
Piece/Folio 1262/12
Affiliate Record Type Household
HOUSEHOLD
ROLE
GENDER
AGE
BIRTHPLACE
George Foster   M 75-79 Yorkshire
Ursula Foster   F 65-69 Yorkshire
George Foster   M 25-29 Yorkshire
Isaac Calam   M 30-34 Yorkshire
     
>>>>Ann Calam
Ann1817
England Births and Christenings Christening 01 May 1817 SCRAYINGHAM,YORK,ENGLAND d/o Isaac Calam & ElizabethB
  Ann Calam England Births and Christenings Name Ann Calam Gender Female Christening Date 01 May 1817 Christening Place SCRAYINGHAM,YORK,ENGLAND Father's Name Isaac Calam Mother's Name Elizabeth
     
>>>>Isaac Calam
Isaac1818
England Births and Christenings Christening 08 Mar 1818 LANGTON BY MALTON,YORK,ENGLAND
s/o Isaac Calam & ElizabethB
  Isaac Calam England Births and Christenings Name Isaac Calam Gender Male Christening Date 08 Mar 1818 Christening Place LANGTON BY MALTON,YORK,ENGLAND Father's Name Isaac Calam Mother's Name Elizabeth
     
   
Isaac Calam
England and Wales Census, 1881
Name Isaac Calam
Event Type Census
Event Date 1881
Event Place St Maurice In The Suburbs, Yorkshire,Yorkshire East Riding, England
Registration District York
Residence Note Lowther St
Gender Male
Age 63
Marital Status (Original) Married
Occupation Painter
Relationship to Head of Household Head
Birth Year (Estimated) 1818
Birthplace Langton, Yorkshire, England
Page Number 31
Registration Number RG11
Piece/Folio 4722/66
Affiliate Record Type Household
HOUSEHOLD
ROLE
GENDER
AGE
BIRTHPLACE
Isaac Calam Head M 63 Langton, Yorkshire, England
Hannah Calam Wife F 44 Flaxton, Yorkshire, England
     
   
Isaac Calam
England and Wales Census, 1851
Name Isaac Calam
Event Type Census
Event Date 1851
Event Place Holme Upon Spalding Moor, Yorkshire,Yorkshire (East Riding), England
Registration District Howden
Gender Male
Age 33
Marital Status Married
Occupation Tailor
Relationship to Head of Household Son In Law
Birth Year (Estimated) 1818
Birthplace Langton, Yorkshire
Page Number 25
Registration Number HO107
Piece/Folio 2358 / 40
Affiliate Record Type Household
HOUSEHOLD
ROLE
GENDER
AGE
BIRTHPLACE
John Cook Head M 59 Holme, Yorkshire
George Cook Son M 34 Holme, Yorkshire
Isaac Calam Son In Law M 33 Langton, Yorkshire
Ann Calam Daughter F 31 Holme, Yorkshire
Ann Grant Servant F 27 Seaton Ross, Yorkshire
Robert Richardson Apprentice M 15 Portington, Yorkshire
     
   
Isaac Calam
England and Wales Census, 1851
Name Isaac Calam
Event Type Census
Event Date 1851
Event Place Thorpe, Yorkshire,Yorkshire (East Riding), England
Registration District Howden
Gender Male
Age 34
Marital Status Unmarried
Relationship to Head of Household Son
Birth Year (Estimated) 1817
Birthplace Scrayingham, Yorkshire
Page Number 16
Registration Number HO107
Piece/Folio 2358 / 245
Affiliate Record Type Household
HOUSEHOLD
ROLE
GENDER
AGE
BIRTHPLACE
Isaac Calam Head M 78 Scrayingham, Yorkshire
Isaac Calam Son M 34 Scrayingham, Yorkshire
Mary Jewitt Daughter F 51 Scrayingham, Yorkshire
Sarah Slater Daughter F 49 Scrayingham, Yorkshire
Isaac Slater Grand Son M 47 Scrayingham, Yorkshire
Mary Jewitt Grand Daughter F 16 Owsthorpe, Yorkshire
Elizabeth Jewitt Grand Daughter F 16 Owsthorpe, Yorkshire
Elizabeth Alcock Servant F 30 Howden, Yorkshire
William Dobson Servant M 21 Pollington, Yorkshire
William Harrison Servant M 16 Gilberdyke, Yorkshire
     
>>>>Francis Calam
Francis1820
England Births and Christenings Christening 19 Dec 1820 LANGTON BY MALTON,YORK,ENGLAND
s/o Isaac Calam & ElizabethB
  Francis Calam England Births and Christenings Name Francis Calam Gender Male Christening Date 19 Dec 1820 Christening Place LANGTON BY MALTON,YORK,ENGLAND Father's Name Isaac Calam Mother's Name Elizabeth
     
     
     
>>>>Robert Calam
Robert1825
England Births and Christenings Christening 10 Jul 1825 LANGTON BY MALTON,YORK,ENGLAND
s/o Isaac Calam & ElizabethB
  Robert Calam England Births and Christenings Name Robert Calam Gender Male Christening Date 10 Jul 1825 Christening Place LANGTON BY MALTON,YORK,ENGLAND Father's Name Isaac Calam Mother's Name Elizabeth
     
>>>>Elizabeth Calam
Elizabeth1827
England and Wales Non-Conformist Record (RG4-8) Baptism Christening 14 Feb 1827 Easingwold, Yorkshire
s/o Isaac Calam & ElizabethB
  Elizabeth Calam England and Wales Non-Conformist Record Indexes (RG4-8) Name Elizabeth Calam Event Type Baptism Christening Date 14 Feb 1827 Christening Place Easingwold, Yorkshire Father's Name Isaac Calam Mother's Name Elizabeth Calam Affiliate Publication Number RG4_3155
     
   
Isaac Calam
England and Wales Census, 1881
Name Isaac Calam
Event Type Census
Event Date 1881
Event Place Fridaythorpe, Yorkshire,Yorkshire East Riding, England
Registration District Pocklington
Gender Male
Age 49
Marital Status (Original) Married
Occupation Farms 95 Acres
Relationship to Head of Household Head
Birth Year (Estimated) 1832
Birthplace Fridaythorpe, Yorkshire, England
Page Number 2
Registration Number RG11
Piece/Folio 4731/66
Affiliate Record Type Household
HOUSEHOLD
ROLE
GENDER
AGE
BIRTHPLACE
Isaac Calam Head M 49 Fridaythorpe, Yorkshire, England
Eliza Calam Wife F 44 Fridaythorpe, Yorkshire, England
Frank Calam Son M 23 Fridaythorpe, Yorkshire, England
Sarah Rispen Servant F 15 North Dalton, Yorkshire, England
Annie Webster Visitor F 24 Strensal, Yorkshire, England
     
   
Isaac Calam
mentioned in the record of Isaac Calam and Eliza Foster
Name Isaac Calam
Birth Date 1832
Age 42
Spouse's Name Eliza Foster
Spouse's Birth Date 1838
Spouse's Age 36
Event Date 16 Feb 1874
Event Place York, England
     
   
Isaac Calam
mentioned in the record of Isaac Calam and Hannah Dale
Name Isaac Calam
Birth Date 1819
Age 46
Spouse's Name Hannah Dale
Spouse's Birth Date 1839
Spouse's Age 26
Event Date 1865
Event Place Saint Mary Bishophill Junior, York, York, England
Father's Name Isaac Calam
Spouse's Father's Name Nathaniel Dale
>>>>Henry Calam
Henry1828
England Births and Christenings Name Henry Calam Gender Male Christening Date 11 May 1828 Christening Place LANGTON BY MALTON,YORK,ENGLAND
s/o Isaac Calam & ElizabethB
  Henry Calam England Births and Christenings Name Henry Calam Gender Male Christening Date 11 May 1828 Christening Place LANGTON BY MALTON,YORK,ENGLAND Father's Name Isaac Calam Mother's Name Elizabeth
     
>>>>William Asku Calam
William1811
s/o Isaac1785 b. 26 October 1811 Holme Upon Spalding Moor, Yorkshire, East Riding, England d. 14 July 1849 Riding, Northumberland, England
s/o Isaac Calam & ElizabethB
+ Sarah Longhorn
SarahL-1814
m.27 February 1840 (~ age 29) Yorkshire, England
Sarah b. 24 January 1814 Riding, Northumberland, England d. 1882
1841 Census West Newton, Yorkshire
1851 Census Eastrington, Yorkshire
1861 Census Eastrington, Yorkshire

d/o Samuel /LONGHORN &Mary /GREENSHAW

     
   
Isaac Calam
England and Wales Census, 1841
Name Isaac Calam
Event Type Census
Event Date 1841
Event Place Howden, Yorkshire,Yorkshire East Riding, England
Residence Note Thorpe
Gender Male
Age 25-29
Age (Original) 25
Birth Year (Estimated) 1812-1816
Birthplace Yorkshire
Registration District Howden
Book Number 24
Parish Howden
County Yorkshire,Yorkshire East Riding
Page Number 4
Registration Number HO107
Piece/Folio 1226/2A
Affiliate Record Type Household
HOUSEHOLD
ROLE
GENDER
AGE
BIRTHPLACE
Isaac Calam M 65-69 Yorkshire
Elizabeth Calam F 60-64 Yorkshire
Isaac Calam M 25-29 Yorkshire
Robert Mitchell M 20-24 Yorkshire
John Skipwith M 20-24 Yorkshire
William Norwood M 20-24 Yorkshire
John Broder M 15-19 Yorkshire
Ralph Scott M 10
Charlotte Featherstone F 20-24 Yorkshire
Mary Clark F 15-19 Yorkshire
 
     
>>>>Mary Monica Calam
Mary1813
b. 21 October 1813 Holme Upon Spalding Moor, Yorkshire, England d. September 1905 Newton, Arkansas, US d/o Isaac1785 s/o Isaac Calam & ElizabethB
 

1831 on

Mary Calam
England and Wales Census, 1841
Name Mary Calam
Event Type Census
Event Date 1841
Event Place Thornton, Yorkshire,Yorkshire East Riding, England
Residence Note Melbourne Cottage
Gender Female
Age 25-29
Age (Original) 25
Birth Year (Estimated) 1812-1816
Birthplace Yorkshire
Registration District Pocklington
Book Number 6
Parish Thornton
County Yorkshire,Yorkshire East Riding
Page Number 3
Registration Number HO107
Piece/Folio 1220/4
Affiliate Record Type Household
HOUSEHOLD
ROLE
GENDER
AGE
BIRTHPLACE
Joshua Hudson   M 50-54 Yorkshire
Jane Hudson   F 50-54 Yorkshire
Jane Hudson   F 15-19 Yorkshire
Charles Hudson   M 12 Yorkshire
Septimus Porter   F 20-24 Yorkshire
Mary Calam   F 25-29 Yorkshire
Mabel Woodend   F 18-22 Yorkshire
Martha Harrowsmith   F 55-59 Yorkshire
William Danson   M 25-29 Yorkshire
Thomas Hill   M 20-24 Yorkshire
Elizabeth Clark   F 50-54 Yorkshire

 

     
>>>>Sarah Jane /Calam
Sarah1815
b.11 November 1815 Holme Upon Spalding Moor, Yorkshire, England d. March 1876 York, Yorkshire, England d/o Isaac1785 s/o Isaac Calam & ElizabethB
  Sarah Jane Calam d/o Isaac m. Joseph Doughty s/o John Doughty m. 1839 Saint Laurence, York, York, England
     
Isaac Calam
Isaac1785x
b.1818 Malton, Yorkshire, England DEATH 22 September 1883 Riding, Northumberland, England s/o Isaac1785
  Isaac Calam England and Wales Marriage Isaac Calam Quarter Jan-Feb-Mar 1848 District Howden County Yorkshire Howden, Yorkshire, England
Volume 23 Page 83 Line Number 26 Isaac Calam probably married one of the following people Name Thyas Charter Name Ann Cook Name Anne Linton Name Anne Mawson Name John Stevens Name Jane Wake Name Richard Walker
     
>>>>Francis Calam
Francis1820
b. 1820 Malton, Yorkshire, England d. 3 January 1874 Holme Upon Spalding Moor, Yorkshire, England s/o Isaac1785 s/o Isaac Calam & ElizabethB
  1936 Francis Calam Marriage Reg. Quarter Apr-May-Jun 1843 District Howden County Yorkshire Howden, Yorkshire, England
Volume 23 Page 87 Line Number 55 probably married Anne Smith
     
>>>>Peter Brusby Calam
Peter1823
b. 1823 Malton, Yorkshire, England d. 1881 Holme Upon Spalding Moor, Yorkshire, England
RESIDENCE 1861 Elsham, Lincolnshire, England s/o Isaac1785 s/o Isaac Calam & ElizabethB
  1841+ SPOUSE Ann Proud m. 3 July 1854 Paddington St James, England
     
>>>>Robert Calam
Robert1825
b. 1825 Malton, Yorkshire, England d. 1881
RESIDENCE 1851 Stockton on Tees, Durham, England
s/o Isaac Calam & Elizabeth Brisby
  1842+ m. Alice Unthank m. 21 February 1850 Parish Church Stockton on Tees, Durham, England
     
>>>>Elizabeth Calam
Elizabeth1827
b. 22 January 1827 Easingwold, Yorkshire, England d. 1 August 1849 Holme Upon Spalding Moor, Yorkshire, England RESIDENCE 1841 Holme Upon Spalding Moor, Yorkshire, England
d/o Isaac /Calam/ & Elizabeth /Brisby
  Elizabetha Calam chr. 14 Feb 1827
SAINT AUSTINS CATHOLIC,EASINGWOLD,YORK,ENGLAND Birth Date 22 Jan 1827
d/o
Isaaci Calam & Elizabethae Brisby
     
>>>>Henry Calam
Henry1828
b. May 1828 Malton, Yorkshire, England d. January 1846 Holme Upon Spalding Moor, Yorkshire, England RESIDENCE 1841 Holme Upon Spalding Moor, Yorkshire, England
s/o Isaac /Calam/ & Elizabeth /Brisby/
  Henry Calham England and Wales Marriage Reg. Quarter Jan-Feb-Mar 1868 Registration District Wakefield County Yorkshire Event Place Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
Volume 9C Page 54 Line Number 290 Henry Calham married one of the following Pamella Walker or Rose Ann Woods
     
>>>>Thomas Jordan Brisby Calam
Thomas1830
b. 20 July 1830 Holme Upon Spalding Moor, Yorkshire, England d. 12 August 1830 Holme Upon Spalding Moor, Yorkshire, England
s/o Isaac /Calam & Elizabeth /Brisby/
  WRONG ONE Thomas Calam and Mary Burnet Name Thomas Calam Spouse's Name Mary Burnet
 
Event Date 16 Aug 1870 Event Place Bugthorpe, York, England Father's Name Richard Calam Spouse's Father's Name William Burnet
     
   
Thomas Calam
England and Wales Census, 1851
Name Thomas Calam
Event Type Census
Event Date 1851
Event Place Holme Upon Spalding Moor, Yorkshire,Yorkshire (East Riding), England
Registration District Howden
Gender Male
Age 20
Marital Status Unmarried
Occupation Labourer Farming
Relationship to Head of Household Son
Birth Year (Estimated) 1831
Birthplace Holme, Yorkshire
Page Number 6
Registration Number HO107
Piece/Folio 2358 / 59
Affiliate Record Type Household
HOUSEHOLD
ROLE
GENDER
AGE
BIRTHPLACE
Isaac Calam Head M 66 Holme,
Elizabeth Calam Wife F 59 Holme, Yorkshire
Thomas Calam Son M 20 Holme, Yorkshire
Ann Calam Daughter F 18 Holme, Yorkshire
Monica Calam Grand Daughter F 4 Holme, Yorkshire
     
   
Isaac Calam
England and Wales Census, 1841
Name Isaac Calam
Event Type Census
Event Date 1841
Event Place Fridaythorpe, Yorkshire,Yorkshire East Riding, England
Residence Note Friday Thorpe
Gender Male
Age 10
Age (Original) 10
Birth Year (Estimated) 1831
Birthplace Yorkshire
Registration District Pocklington
Book Number 7
Parish Fridaythorpe
County Yorkshire,Yorkshire East Riding
Page Number 9
Registration Number HO107
Piece/Folio 1210/7
Affiliate Record Type Household
HOUSEHOLD
ROLE
GENDER
AGE
BIRTHPLACE
John Calam   M 45-49 Yorkshire
Mary Calam   F 55-59 Yorkshire
John Calam   M 20-24 Yorkshire
Mary Calam   F 15-19 Yorkshire
Francis Calam   M 12 Yorkshire
Isaac Calam   M 10 Yorkshire
Ann Crozer   F 15-19 Yorkshire
     
   

Isaac Calam

mentioned in the record of Isaac Calam and Hannah Dale
Name Isaac Calam
Birth Date 1819
Age 46
Spouse's Name Hannah Dale
Spouse's Birth Date 1839
Spouse's Age 26
Event Date 18 Dec 1865
Event Place Saint Mary Bishophill Junior,York,York,England
Father's Name Isaac Calam
Spouse's Father's Name Nathaniel Dale
     
   
Isaac Calam
England and Wales Death Registration Index 1837-2007
Name Isaac Calam
Event Type Death
Registration Quarter Jan-Feb-Mar
Registration Year 1910
Registration District Driffield
County Yorkshire
Event Place Driffield, Yorkshire, England
Age (available after 1866) 78
Birth Year (Estimated) 1832
Volume 9D
Page 230
Line Number 355
     
   
Isaac Calam
England and Wales Death Registration Index 1837-2007
Name Isaac Calam
Event Type Death
Registration Quarter Jul-Aug-Sep
Registration Year 1883
Registration District York
County Yorkshire
Event Place York, Yorkshire, England
Age (available after 1866) 65
Birth Year (Estimated) 1818
Volume 9D
Page 37
Line Number 263
     
   
Isaac Calaam
England Births and Christenings
Name Isaac Calaam
Gender Male
Christening Date 05 Oct 1812
Christening Place SCRAYINGHAM,YORK,ENGLAND
Birth Date 02 Sep 1812
Father's Name Isaac Calaam
Mother's Name Elizabeth
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
>>>>Ann Calam
Ann1834
b. 9 January 1834 Holme Upon Spalding Moor, Yorkshire, England DEATH 17 June 1911 Riding, Northumberland, England RESIDENCE 1841 Holme Upon Spalding Moor, Yorkshire, England Sources1 RESIDENCE 1851 Holme Upon Spalding Moor, Yorkshire, England
d/o Isaac /Calam/ MOTHER Elizabeth /Brisby/
 

Ann Calam England and Wales Marriage
Ann Calam Marriage Quarter Apr-May-Jun 1851 District Malton County Yorkshire
Malton, Yorkshire, England

Volume 24 Page 531 Line Number 30 Ann Calam married one of the following John Reynolds, Robert Harrison, Christiana Holmes

     
   
Ann Calam
England and Wales Census, 1851
Name Ann Calam
Event Type Census
Event Date 1851
Event Place Holme Upon Spalding Moor, Yorkshire,Yorkshire (East Riding), England
Registration District Howden
Gender Female
Age 18
Marital Status Unmarried
Occupation At Home
Relationship to Head of Household Daughter
Birth Year (Estimated) 1833
Birthplace Holme, Yorkshire
Page Number 6
Registration Number HO107
Piece/Folio 2358 / 59
Affiliate Record Type Household
HOUSEHOLD
ROLE
GENDER
AGE
BIRTHPLACE
Isaac Calam Head M 66 Holme,
Elizabeth Calam Wife F 59 Holme, Yorkshire
Thomas Calam Son M 20 Holme, Yorkshire
Ann Calam Daughter F 18 Holme, Yorkshire
Monica Calam Grand Daughter F 4 Holme, Yorkshire
     

 

 

   
George Longhorn Calam
George1840
s/o William1811 b. 23 December 1840 Yorkshire, England
RESIDENCE 1851 Eastrington, Yorkshire, England
s/o William Asku Calam
William1811
& Sarah Longhorn
  George Longhorn Calam m. Elizabeth Day
ElizabethD1841

17 Nov 1863 Event Place St. Mary, Beverley, York, England
s/o William Calam Elizabeth
d/o James Lakefield Day

George Longhorn Calam England and Wales Birth Registration Index Name George Longhorn Calam Event Type Birth Registration Registration Quarter Oct-Nov-Dec Registration Year 1840 Registration District Skirlaugh County Yorkshire Event Place Skirlaugh, Yorkshire, England Volume 22 Page 576 Line Number 2

George Longhorn Calam

England and Wales Marriage Registration Index
Name George Longhorn Calam
Event Type Marriage
Registration Quarter Oct-Nov-Dec
Registration Year 1863
Registration District Beverley
County Yorkshire
Event Place Beverley, Yorkshire, England
Volume 9D
Page 210
Line Number 15
 
George Longhorn Calam probably married one of the following people
Name Elizabeth Day
Name Ann Rowntree
Name Robert Shields

 

     
Peter Calam
Peter1842
b. 23 April 1842 Yorkshire, England d. 7 June 1842 Yorkshire, England
Peter Calam England and Wales Birth Reg. Quarter Apr-May-Jun 1842 Reg. Skirlaugh County Yorkshire Skirlaugh, Yorkshire, England
Volume 22 Page 633 Line Number 34 s/o William1811 s/o William Asku Calam & Sarah Longhorn
 
Peter Calam
England and Wales Death Registration Index 1837-2007
Name Peter Calam
Event Type Death
Registration Quarter Apr-May-Jun
Registration Year 1842
Registration District Skirlaugh
County Yorkshire
Event Place Skirlaugh, Yorkshire, England
Volume 22
Page 393
Line Number 71
     
Robert Calam
Robert1843
s/o William1811 b, 5 May 1843 Yorkshire, England d. December 1942 ; Knaresboro 9a 108
RESIDENCE 1891 Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
RESIDENCE 1881 Lofthouse Cum Carlton, Yorkshire, England
RESIDENCE 1901 Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
RESIDENCE 1871 Ilkley, Yorkshire, England
s/o William Asku /Calam/ & Sarah /Longhorn/
  Robert Calam and Fanny Horsley
FannyH1844
Robert Calam m. Fanny Horsley 18 Oct 1864 Event Place York, England

Robert Calam

England and Wales Marriage Registration Index
Name Robert Calam
Event Type Marriage
Registration Quarter Oct-Nov-Dec
Registration Year 1864
Registration District York
County Yorkshire
Event Place York, Yorkshire, England
Volume 9D
Page 98
Line Number 10
 
Robert Calam probably married one of the following people
Name Sarah Eccles
Name James Hodgson
Name Fanny Horsley
Name Frances Horsley
     
   
Robert Calam
England and Wales Birth Registration Index
Name Robert Calam
Event Type Birth Registration
Registration Quarter Jan-Feb-Mar
Registration Year 1843
Registration District Howden
County Yorkshire
Event Place Howden, Yorkshire, England
Volume XXIII
Page 51
Line Number 26
     
William Calam
William1845
s/o William1811 b. 11 March 1845 Withernwick, Yorkshire, England
RESIDENCE 1851 Eastrington, Yorkshire, England

s/o William Asku Calam & Sarah Longhorn

  m. Eliza Goodlove (Goodhare) (b June 20, 1848)

Eliza Goodhare

England and Wales Marriage Registration Index
Name Eliza Goodhare
Event Type Marriage
Registration Quarter Jul-Aug-Sep
Registration Year 1868
Registration District Tadcaster
County Yorkshire
Event Place Tadcaster, Yorkshire, England
Volume 9C
Page 739
Line Number 366
 
Eliza Goodhare probably married one of the following people
Name William Calam
     
Margaret Calam
Margaret1846

d/o William1811
b. 16 July 1846 Riding, Northumberland, England d. Connecticut
RESIDENCE 1861 Eastrington, Yorkshire,
RESIDENCE 1851 Eastrington, Yorkshire, England
1870/1
RESIDENCE 1880 Bridgeport, Fairfield, Connecticut

d/o William Asku /Calam & Sarah /Longhorn

 

July 22 1866 St Phillips Church Adjacent Wellington St Leeds

Marriage of

Benjamin Parker Webster , age 22, Engineman , of Chatham St , Father- Benjamin Webster , Railway Porter
To
Margaret Calam age 20 , of Chatham St , Father - William Calam , Butcher

Witnesses Joseph Mellor , Mary Calam

Mary1848
     
Mary Calam
Mary1848
d/o William1811
b. 27 March 1848 Yorkshire, England RESIDENCE 1851 Eastrington, Yorkshire, England
d/o William Asku /Calam &Sarah /Longhorn
 

"resides in London, England married Peter Stephenson"
Mary Calam England and Wales Marriage Quarter Apr-May-Jun 1875 Leeds County Yorkshire - Leeds, Yorkshire, England Volume 9B Page 543 Line Number 54

Mary Calam
Mary1848
married Peter Stevenson
     
Sarah1801
  Sarah Calam England Births and Christenings
Christening 11 Oct 1801 SCRAYINGHAM,YORK,ENGLAND
b. 05 Oct 1801
d/o Isaac Calam & Elizabeth
Isaac Calam, chemist + ??
Children of Isaac Calem:
Isaac    
Thomas    
Peter    
Hannah    
Mary
Mary1813
  Mary Monica Calam England Births and Christenings Christening Date 21 Oct 1813 Chr. HOLME UPON SPALDING MOOR,YORK,ENGLAND
b. 21 Oct 1813
Elizabeth
Elizabeth1827
  Elizabetha Calam England Births and Christenings Name Elizabetha Calam Gender Female Christening Date 14 Feb 1827 Christening Place SAINT AUSTINS CATHOLIC,EASINGWOLD,YORK,ENGLAND Birth Date 22 Jan 1827 d/o Isaaci Calam & Elizabethae Brisby
William
1812 - 1840
William1811

  Sarah (Longhorn) Calam

 

Eliza Calam
England and Wales Census, 1901
Name Eliza Calam
Event Type Census
Event Date 31 Mar 1901
Event Place Great Driffield, Yorkshire (East Riding), England
County Yorkshire (East Riding)
Civil Parish Great Driffield
Ecclesiastical Parish Great Driffield All Saints
Sub-District Driffield
Registration District Driffield
Residence Note New Road
Gender Female
Age 62
Relationship to Head of Household Wife
Birth Year (Estimated) 1839
Birthplace Tibthorpe, Yorkshire
Schedule Type 169
Page Number 25
HOUSEHOLD
ROLE
GENDER
AGE
BIRTHPLACE
Isaac Calam Head M 69 Fridaythorpe, Yorkshire
Eliza Calam Wife F 62 Tibthorpe, Yorkshire
Hannah Calam
England and Wales Census, 1871
Name Hannah Calam
Event Type Census
Event Date 1871
Event Place Flaxton, Yorkshire (West Riding), England
Enumeration District 3
Gender Female
Age 54
Marital Status Married
Occupation Farmer's Wife
Relationship to Head of Household Wife
Birth Year (Estimated) 1817
Birthplace Sandhutton, Yorkshire
Entry Number 11
Affiliate Image Identifier GBC/1871/4756/0061
HOUSEHOLD
ROLE
GENDER
AGE
BIRTHPLACE
Isaac Calam Head M 53 Langton, Yorkshire
Hannah Calam Wife F 54 Sandhutton, Yorkshire
Alice Ann Calam Daughter F 10 Flaxton, Yorkshire

 


William
1812 - 1840
died at Howden, England, July 14, 1840.
William1811

  Sarah (Longhorn) Calam
SarahL-1814
Children of William Calam;
George b. 1840
George1840
brother of Maggie Calam Webster
   
Robert
Robert1843
resides in England b. 1843 ?
brother of Maggie Calam Webster
  Fanny Horsley
????r, died young    
William,
William1845
deceased, was a (blacksmith) at Bridgeport;
brother of Maggie Calam Webster
   
Margaret
Margaret1846

Maggie Calam Webster
   
Mary
Mary1848
resides in London, England married Peter Stephenson;
sister of Maggie Calam Webster
  Peter
PeterS1855
Stevenson, Hatter (Silk Finisher) b. 1855 Glasgow, Scotland
Elizabeth,
Elizabeth1849
(deceased) ????ased.
sister of Maggie Calam Webster
   
14 Dec 1880
Christening Place ACKLAM, YORK, ENGLAND
   

genealogical & family history Benjamin Parker Webster

Sarah Calam
Sarah18
England and Wales Census, 1841
Name Sarah Calam is this the right one??? Prob NO
1841 Census  
Event Place Healaugh, Yorkshire,Yorkshire West Riding, England
Residence Note Healaugh
Gender Female
Age 20-24
Age (Original) 20
Birth Year (Estimated) 1817-1821
Birthplace Yorkshire
Registration District Tadcaster
Book # 16  
Parish Healaugh
County Yorkshire,Yorkshire West Riding
P 4. Reg # HO107 Piece/Folio 1356/6
Affiliate Record Type Household
HOUSEHOLD
 
ROLE
GENDER
AGE
BIRTHPLACE
 
Richard Calam     M 65-69 Yorkshire 1772-1776
Hannah Calam     F 60-64 Yorkshire 1777-1781
John Calam     M 25-29 Yorkshire 1812-1816
William Calam
William1811?
  M 25-29 Yorkshire 1812-1816
Sarah Calam
Sarah1815?
or
SarahL-1814
  F 20-24 Yorkshire 1817-1821
John Skelton     M 86-90 Yorkshire  
Margaret Skelton     F 79-83 Yorkshire  
Sarah Calam
Sarah1846
England and Wales Census, 1841
1841 Census Sarah Calam
Event Place Aldbrough, Yorkshire,Yorkshire East Riding, England
Residence Note Newton, West
Gender Female
Age 27-31
Age (Original) 27
Birth Year (Estimated) 1810-1814
Birthplace Yorkshire
Registration District Skirlaugh
Book Number 3
Parish Aldbrough
County Yorkshire,Yorkshire East Riding
Page Number 1
Registration Number HO107
Piece/Folio 1221/2
Affiliate Record Type Household
HOUSEHOLD
ROLE
GENDER
AGE
BIRTHPLACE
 
William Calam
William1811
M 28-32 Yorkshire 1809-1813
Sarah Calam
Sarah1814
F 27-31 Yorkshire 1810-1814
George Calam george is their first born
George1840
M 5 months Yorkshire 1840
Sarah Calam
Sarah1814
mother of Margaret Calam Webster
England and Wales Census, 1851
Name Sarah Calam
1851 Census  
Event Place Eastrington, Yorkshire,Yorkshire (East Riding), England
Registration District Howden
Gender Female
Age 37
Marital Status Widow
Occupation Publican
Relationship to Head of Household Head
Birth Year (Estimated) 1814
Birthplace Sproatley, Yorkshire
P 15, Reg # HO107 Piece/Folio 2358 / 358
Record Type Household  
HOUSEHOLD
 
ROLE
GENDER
AGE
BIRTHPLACE
 
Sarah Calam
Sarah1814
Head F 37 Sproatley, Yorkshire 1814
George Calam
George1840
Son M 10 West Newton, Yorkshire 1841
William Calam
William1845
Son M 6 Withernwick, Yorkshire 1845
Margaret Calam
Margaret1846
Daughter F 4 Eastrington, Yorkshire 1847
Mary Calam
Mary1848
Daughter F 3 Eastrington, Yorkshire 1848
Mary Hunter   Servant F 18 Seaton Ross, Yorkshire  
Wilson Thompson was he later her M@?? Lodger M 28 Balkholme, Yorkshire  
Thomas Crisp   Lodger M 40 Kirk Ella, Yorkshire  
Isaac Calam
Isaac1785
England and Wales Census, 1851
Name Isaac Calam
1851 Census  
Event Place Holme Upon Spalding Moor, Yorkshire,Yorkshire (East Riding), England
Registration District Howden
Gender Male
Age 66
Marital Status Married
Occupation Jobber Dealer
Relationship to Head of Household Head
Birth Year (Estimated) 1785
Birthplace Holme,
P 6. Reg # HO107 Piece/Folio 2358 / 59
Affiliate Record Type Household
HOUSEHOLD
 
ROLE
GENDER
AGE
BIRTHPLACE
 
Isaac Calam
Isaac1785
Head M 66 Holme, 1785
Elizabeth (Brisby)Calam
ElizabethB~1792
Wife F 59 Holme, Yorkshire 1792
Thomas Calam   Son M 20 Holme, Yorkshire 1831
Ann Calam   Daughter F 18 Holme, Yorkshire 1829
Monica Calam   Grand Daughter F 4 Holme, Yorkshire 1847

 

 
Robert
Robert1843
Calam
England and Wales Birth Registration Index
Name Robert Calam
Event Type Birth Registration
Registration Quarter Jan-Feb-Mar
Registration Year 1843
Registration District Howden
County Yorkshire
Event Place Howden, Yorkshire, England
Vol. XXIII p. 51, line 26
Robert
Robert1843
Calam
England and Wales Census, 1901
Name Robert Calam
   
1901 Census 31 Mar 1901
Event Place Holme Upon Spalding Moor, Yorkshire (East Riding), England
County Yorkshire (East Riding)
Civil Parish Holme Upon Spalding Moor
Ecclesiastical Parish Holme On Spalding Moor All Saints & St Johns
Sub-District Holme
Registration District Howden
Residence Note Arglam Lane
Gender Male
Age 57
Occupation FARMER
Relationship to Head of Household Head
Birth Year (Estimated) 1844
Birthplace Holme On Spalding Moor, Yorkshire
Schedule Type 51 Page # 8
HOUSEHOLD
 
ROLE
GENDER
AGE
BIRTHPLACE
 
Robert Calam
Robert1843
Head M 57 Holme On Spalding Moor, Yorkshire 1844
Elizabeth Holland ?w/o Robert Holland m. 1873   Sister F 67 Holme On Spalding Moor, Yorkshire 1834
Sarah Calam
Sarah
Sister F 60 Holme On Spalding Moor, Yorkshire 1841
William Calam (son)
William1845
England and Wales Census, 1851
Name William Calam
Event Place Eastrington,Yorkshire (East Riding), England
Registration District Howden
Age 6
Relationship to Head of Household Son
Birth Year (Estimated) 1845
Birthplace Withernwick, Yorkshire
Page 15 Reg # HO107
Piece/Folio 2358 / 358 Record Type - Household
HOUSEHOLD
 
ROLE
GENDER
AGE
BIRTHPLACE
 
Sarah Calam
Sarah1814
Head F 37 Sproatley, Yorkshire 1814 wid publican
George Calam
George1840
Son M 10 West Newton, Yorkshire 1841
William Calam
William1845
Son M 6 Withernwick, Yorkshire 1845
Margaret Calam
Margaret1846
Daughter F 4 Eastrington, Yorkshire 1847
Mary Calam
Mary1848
Daughter F 3 Eastrington, Yorkshire 1848
Mary Hunter   Servant F 18 Seaton Ross, Yorkshire  
Wilson Thompson   Lodger M 28 Balkholme, Yorkshire  
Thomas Crisp   Lodger M 40 Kirk Ella, Yorkshire  

 

 

Mary Calam
England and Wales Census, 1861
Name Mary Calam
County Yorkshire (East Riding)
Event Type Census
Event Date 1861
Event Place Bugthorpe, Yorkshire (East Riding), England
Registration District Pocklington
Residence Note Primrose Hill
Gender Female
Age 46
Marital Status Widow
Occupation Shoemaker & Grocers Widow
Relationship to Head of Household Head
Birth Year (Estimated) 1815
Birthplace Bugthorpe, Yorkshire
Page Number 5
Registration Number RG09
Piece/Folio 3558 / 23
Affiliate Record Type Household
HOUSEHOLD
 
ROLE
GENDER
AGE
BIRTHPLACE
 
Mary Calam   Head F 46 Bugthorpe, Yorkshire  
William Calam unmarried shoemaker journeyman
NOT William1845
Son M 25 Bugthorpe, Yorkshire 1836
Sarah Calam unmarried   Daughter F 22 Bugthorpe, Yorkshire 1839
Thomas Calam shoemaker   Son M 17 Bugthorpe, Yorkshire 1844
Jane Calam   Daughter F 12 Bugthorpe, Yorkshire 1849
Elizabeth Calam   Daughter F 9 Bugthorpe, Yorkshire 1852
William Pinkney   Servant M 55 Bishop Wilton, Yorkshire  
Jonathan Midgley unmarried shoemaker apprentice   Apprentice M 16 Acklam, Yorkshire 1845
George Longhorn Calam
George1840
England and Wales Birth Registration Index
Name George Longhorn Calam
Event Type Birth Registration
Registration Quarter Oct-Nov-Dec
Registration Year 1840
Registration District Skirlaugh
County Yorkshire
Event Place Skirlaugh, Yorkshire, England
Volume 22
Page 576
Line Number 2
William Calam
William1845
England and Wales Birth Registration Index
Name William Calam
Event Type Birth Registration
Registration Quarter Apr-May-Jun
Registration Year 1845
Registration District Howden
County Yorkshire
Event Place Howden, Yorkshire, England
Volume XXIII
Page 49
Line Number 25

William Calam
England and Wales Census, 1871
Name William Calam
Event Type Census
Event Date 1871
Event Place Acklam, East, Yorkshire (West Riding), England
Enumeration District 4
Gender Male
Age 23
Marital Status Single
Relationship to Head of Household Son
Birth Year (Estimated) 1848
Birthplace Kilburn, Yorkshire
Entry Number 3
Affiliate Image Identifier GBC/1871/4823/0116
HOUSEHOLD
 
ROLE
GENDER
AGE
BIRTHPLACE
 
Elizabeth ( ) Calam widowed
??

Head F 50 Sand Hutton, Yorkshire b ~ 1821  
William Calam
William1845??
Son M 23 Kilburn, Yorkshire 1848

Mary A (Mary Ann Calam) Midgley

Mary Ann Calam d/o Edward Calam b. 1851 Spouse's Age 20 m. Robert Midgley (s/o Thomas Midgley) (b.1848 Age 23) Event Date 23 Jan 1871 Event Place York, England Spouse's Mother's Name Elizabeth Calam

  Daughter F 20 Kilburn, Yorkshire  
Robert Midgley   Boarder M 23 East Acklam, Yorkshire  
Betsy A Calam   Granddaughter F 2 East Acklam, Yorkshire  
John R Midgley   Grandson M 0 East Acklam, Yorkshire  
John Wake   Servant M 24 Stamford Bridge, Yorkshire  
Thomas Wardell   Servant M 15 East Acklam, Yorkshire  
Elizabeth Potter   Servant F 13 East Acklam, Yorkshire  
1891
Mary (Calam) Stevenson
Mary1848
younger sister of Margaret Calem Webster (Mrs. Benjamin Parker Webster of Bridgeport, CT)
England and Wales Census, 1891
Name Mary Stevenson
Census 1891
County London
Parish Camberwell
Ecclesiastical Parish CAMDEN
Registration District Camberwell
Residence Note Rosemary Road
Gender Female
Age 44
Marital Status Married
Relationship to Head of Household Wife
Birth Year (Estimated) 1847
Birthplace Yorkshire, England
Page Number 65
Registration Number RG12
Piece/Folio 474/ 69
HOUSEHOLD
 
ROLE
GENDER
AGE
BIRTHPLACE
 
Peter Stevenson, Hatter
PeterS1855
Head M 36 Scotland 1855
Mary (Calam) Stevenson
Mary1848
Wife F 44 Yorkshire, England 1847
James W Stevenson   Son M 15 Yorkshire, England  
Lily Stevenson   Daughter F 13 Yorkshire, England  
Maud Stevenson   Daughter F 12 Yorkshire, England  
Sarah Stevenson   Daughter F 8 Yorkshire, England  
George C Stevenson   Son M 5 Yorkshire, England  
Robert C Stevenson   Son M 3 Yorkshire, England  
John C Stevenson   Son M 1 London, England  
1901
Mary (Calam) Stevenson
Mary1848
younger sister of Margaret Calem Webster (Mrs. Benjamin Parker Webster of Bridgeport, CT)
England and Wales Census, 1901
Name Mary (Calam) Stevenson
Event Type Census
Event Date 31 Mar 1901
Event Place Camberwell, London, Middlesex, England
County London, Middlesex
Civil Parish Camberwell
Ecclesiastical Parish St Chrysostom
Sub-District Peckham
Registration District Camberwell
Residence Note Bells Garden Road
Gender Female
Age 54
Relationship to Head of Household Wife
Birth Year (Estimated) 1847
Birthplace Eastrington, Yorkshire
Schedule Type 285
Page Number 46
HOUSEHOLD
 
ROLE
GEN
DER
AGE
BIRTHPLACE
 
Peter Stevenson
PeterS1855
Head M 46 Scotland Glasgow
Lanarkshire (Glasgow)
1855
Mary (Calam) Stevenson
Mary1848
Wife F 54 Eastrington, Yorkshire 1847
Maud Stevenson   Daughter F 22 Leeds, Yorkshire  
Sarah Stevenson   Daughter F 19 Leeds, Yorkshire  
George Stevenson   Son M 16 Leeds, Yorkshire  
Robert C Stevenson   Son M 13 Leeds, Yorkshire  
John Stevenson   Son M 11 Peckham, London  

1911
Peter
PeterS1855
Stevenson
England and Wales Census, 1911
Name Peter Stevenson
PeterS1855
 
Event Type Census    
Event Date 1911    
County London    
Parish Camberwell    
Sub-District Peckham North    
Registration District Camberwell    
Gender Male    
Age 56    
Birthplace Glasgow Ertland, Lanarkshire    
Record Type Household    
1821Peter Stevenson
PeterS1855

location unknown

Peter Stevenson
PeterS1855
d. 1926
England and Wales Death Registration Index 1837-2007
Name Peter Stevenson
Event Type Death
Registration Quarter Jan-Feb-Mar
Registration Year 1926
Registration District Camberwell
County London
Event Place Camberwell, London, England
Age (available after 1866) 72
Birth Year (Estimated) 1854
Volume 1D
Page 984
Line Number 69

Mary (Calam) Stevenson d. 1927
Mary1848
England and Wales Death Registration Index 1837-2007
Name Mary Stevenson
Event Type Death
Registration Quarter Jan-Feb-Mar
Registration Year 1927
Registration District Camberwell
County London
Event Place Camberwell, London, England
Age (available after 1866) 79
Birth Year (Estimated) 1848
Volume 1D
Page 1201
Line Number 71
1861
PeterS1855
Peter Stevenson MAYBE
Peter M Stevenson
Scotland Census, 1861
Name Peter M Stevenson
Event Type Census
Event Date 1861
Gender Male
Age 6
Birthplace Lanarkshire
Registration District Tradeston
County Lanarkshire
Birth Year (Estimated) 1855

OR MAYBE
Peter Stevenson
Scotland Census, 1861
Name Peter Stevenson
Event Type Census
Event Date 1861
Gender Male
Age 6
Birthplace Lanarkshire
Registration District Hutchesonton
County Lanarkshire
Birth Year (Estimated) 1855
1871
Peter
PeterS1855
Stevenson
England and Wales Census, 1871
Name Peter Stevenson
Event Type Census
Event Date 1871
Event Place Leeds, Yorkshire (West Riding), England
Enumeration District 33
Gender Male
Age 16
Marital Status Unmarried
Occupation Hatter
Relationship to Head of Household Son
Birth Year (Estimated) 1855
Birthplace Glasgow, Scotland
Entry Number 16
Affiliate Image Identifier GBC/1871/4514/0130
HOUSEHOLD
 
ROLE
GENDER
AGE
BIRTHPLACE
 
James Stevenson   Head M 40 Paisley, Yorkshire  
Catherine Stevenson   Wife F 35 Paisley, Yorkshire  
Peter Stevenson
PeterS1855
Son M 16 Glasgow, Scotland 1855
Alex Stevenson   Son M 12 Glasgow, Scotland  
Jane Stevenson   Daughter F 10 Paisley, Yorkshire  
James Stevenson   Son M 7 Manchester, Lancashire  
Elizabeth Stevenson   Daughter F 4 Leeds, Yorkshire  

1881
PeterS1855

nothing found

Elizabeth Calam
England and Wales Marriage Registration Index
Name Elizabeth Calam
Event Type Marriage
Registration Quarter Oct-Nov-Dec
Registration Year 1873
Registration District Howden
County Yorkshire
Event Place Howden, Yorkshire, England
Volume 9D
Page 195
Line Number 206
 
Elizabeth Calam probably married one of the following people
Name Agnes Jane Bagston
Name Thomas Baitson ??
Name Agnes Jane Bayston
Name Robert Holland
Elizabeth Calam
mentioned in the record of Robert Midgley and Mary Ann Calam
Name Elizabeth Calam
Gender Female
Daughter Mary Ann Calam
Name Robert Midgley
Birth Date 1848
Age 23
Spouse's Name Mary Ann Calam
Spouse's Birth Date 1851
Spouse's Age 20
Event Date 23 Jan 1871
Event Place York, England
Spouse's Mother's Name Elizabeth Calam
CITING THIS RECORD

"England Marriages, 1538–1973 ," database, FamilySearch(https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NX8R-SQB : accessed 9 March 2016), Elizabeth Calam in entry for Robert Midgley and Mary Ann Calam, 23 Jan 1871; citing York, England, reference 17-1-71; FHL microfilm 1,470,669.

Peter Calam
England and Wales Birth Registration Index
Name Peter Calam
Event Type Birth Registration
Registration Quarter Apr-May-Jun
Registration Year 1842
Registration District Skirlaugh
County Yorkshire
Event Place Skirlaugh, Yorkshire, England
Volume 22
Page 633
Line Number 34

 

 

William1845
William Calam
William1845
mentioned in the record of Frank Calam
Name William Calam
Gender Male
Wife Eliza Goodlove
ElizaG1845
Son Frank Calam
Name Frank Calam
Gender Male
Birth Date 01 Apr 1881
Birthplace Bridgeport, Fairfield, Connecticut
Father's Name William Calam
Mother's Name Eliza Goodlove
William1845
William1845 Calam 1880 Bridgeport Curtis Lane
Name: William Calam Age: 35
Birth Year: abt 1845
Birthplace: England
Home in 1880: Bridgeport, Fairfield, Connecticut Race: White Gender: Male Relation to Head of House: Self (Head) Marital Status: Married
Spouse's Name: Eliza Calam Father's Birthplace: England Mother's Birthplace: England Neighbors: View others on page Occupation: Blacksmith Cannot read/write Household Members: Name Age William Calam 35 Eliza Calam 33 Emma Calam 3 Alexander M. Calam 1
William1845
Name: Wm Kalim [William1845 Calam] [Wm Kalem] Kossuth Street, Bridgeport
Age: 54 Birth Date: Mar 1845 Birthplace: England Home in 1900: Bridgeport, Fairfield, Connecticut Race: White Gender: Male Immigration Year: 1870 Relation to Head of House: Head Marital Status: Married Spouse's Name: Eliza Kalim Marriage Year: 1868 Years Married: 32 Father's Birthplace: England Mother's Birthplace: England Occupation: View on Image Neighbors: View others on page Household Members: Name Age Wm Kalim 54 Eliza Kalim 50 Harriett E Kalim 22 Alex M Kalim 21 Frank R Kalim 19
wm b.march age 54 1845 or 6 immig 1870

William1845
1910 immig 1874
Name: William1846 Calam [William Colom] Age in 1910: 64 Birth Year: abt 1846 Birthplace: England Home in 1910: Bridgeport, Fairfield, Connecticut Street: Kossuth St House Number: 1129 Race: White Gender: Male Immigration Year: 1869 Relation to Head of House: Head Marital Status: Married Spouse's Name: Eliza Calam Father's Birthplace: England Mother's Birthplace: England Native Tongue: English Occupation: Blacksmith Industry: Machine Co Employer, Employee or Other: Wage Earner Home Owned or Rented: Own Home Free or Mortgaged: Free Farm or House: House Naturalization Status: Naturalized Able to Read: Yes Able to Write: Yes Years Married: 41 Out of Work: N Number of weeks out of work: 0 Neighbors: View others on page Household Members: Name Age William Calam 64 Eliza Calam 60 Emma Calam 31 Frank Calam 27 William Calam 4
  immigration 1869

William1845
1920 William1842 Calam bridgeport
Name: William Calam Age: 78 Birth Year: abt 1842 Birthplace: England Home in 1920: Bridgeport Ward 9, Fairfield, Connecticut Street: Rossouth Race: White Gender: Male Immigration Year: 1872 Relation to Head of House: Father Marital Status: Widowed [Widow] Father's Birthplace: England Mother's Birthplace: England Native Tongue: English Able to Speak English: Yes Naturalization Status: Naturalized Able to Read: Yes Able to Write: Yes Neighbors: View others on page Household Members: Name Age Frank R Calam 38 May H Calam 30 Edward Calam 14

William Calam 78 widowed, immigration 1872, Naturalized 1877


Emma Calam
Oct 24, 1884 - March 10, 1954

 


CALAM From the Scottish Macallan - son of Allain.
Margaret Calam married Benjamin Webster

came across the following site by a lady interested in the history of Eastrington ( Margaret Calam's birthplace )

www.btinternet.com/~susanebutler/east_main.html (no longer works)

1851 census
Eastrington Township
1. Eastrington

Sarah Calam 37 W head publican Sproatley Yorkshire
George do 10 son West Newton do
William do 6 son Withernwick do
Margaret do 4 dau Eastrington do
Mary do 3 dau do do
Mary Hunter 18 servant house servant Seaton Ross do
Wilson Thompson 28 U lodger butcher Balkholme do
Thomas Crisp 40 U lodger watchmaker Kirkella do


Father dead or not around

Alexander Calam f William Calam, m Eliza Goodham?goodhand, goodhave 1/10/1879

Lakeview Cemetery 4.s ½ blk 3 sec. 11 billed to William Calam

Not in 1891 census

Or 1901 census

July 22 1866 St Phillips Church Adjacent Wellington St Leeds

July 22 1866 St Phillips Church Adjacent Wellington St Leeds

Marriage of Benjamin Parker Webster , age 22, Engineman , of Chatham St , Father- Benjamin Webster , Railway Porter
To
Margaret Calam age 20 , of Chatham St , Father - William Calam , Butcher

Witnesses Joseph Mellor , Mary Calam
------

Marriage of Benjamin Parker Webster , age 22, Engineman , of Chatham St , Father- Benjamin Webster , Railway Porter
To
Margaret Calam age 20 , of Chatham St , Father - William Calam , Butcher

Witnesses Joseph Mellor , Mary Calam
Transcribed from copy of certificate - Paul Whiteley

obituary

dinner story

Mom's notes

William and Sarah Longhorn Calam

William born at Howden England July 14, 1849

William's father

Isaac Calam

All children Isaac, Thomas. Peter, Hannah, Mary Elizabeth and William

William's children

George, Robert, Peter, William, Margaret, Mary (married Peter Stephenson in London) Elizabeth Dead

 

Ross Benjamin Webster

picture of house

M

Margaret Longhorn Calam B Eastrington, Yorkshire. Burial 3/14/1923 Lakeview Cemetary, Bpt, CT

pictures

 

Mary Florence had very long hair at some points as she was growing up -- influenced by the During the late 19th and early 20th centuries the seven sisters of the Sutherland family of Lockport, NY were a singing group who became very famous for the length of their hair. In the 1880s while traveling with the Barnum and Bailey Circus their father realized that people were more interested in the length of their hair than in their singing. The Seven Sutherland Sisters world-famous for their incredible hair, which reportedly had a collective length of 37 feet. I believe she had friends who also grew their hair long but I'm not sure if they were just friends, cousins or what.

ld photographs (William Wallet)

Inbox
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Paul Whiteley <paul.whiteley@xx.com>
May 19 to meColin

Hello Beth , Thanks for sending the pictures.

Interestingly it looks as though the mothers face has been blanked out on the two top left.

I think the man with the beard , bottom left , could be Benjamin P Webster  ( husband of Margaret Calam ) - Comparing this picture with the group picture with him , Margaret and the three children.

Best Wishes
Paul

He married, July 19,1865 at Leeds,England, in St. Luke's Church (by Rev. Brackenburgh), Margaret Calam, born Eastrington, Yorkshire, Daughter, William and Sarah (Longhorn) Calam. Her (father) ????er was born in 1812, died at Howden, England, July 14, 1840. Children of William Calam; George; Robert resides in England; ????r, died young; William, deceased, was a (blacksmith) ?????smith at Bridgeport; Margaret, mentioned above; Mary resides in London, England married Peter Stephenson; Elizabeth, (deceased) ????ased. Isaac Calam, father of William Calam, was a chemist. Children of Isaac Calem: Isaac, Thomas, Peter, Hannah, Mary, Elizabeth and William. Children of Benjamin and Margaret (Calem) Webster: 1. Edward Parker, born October 23, 1867, at Leeds; Assistant Superintendent at Smith & Egge Company; married Bertha Miller: children; Edward Parker, Edgar Ferdinand and Lillian Margaret. 2. Mary Florence Webster, born November 1869; married Benjamin Webster of California, a draughtsman; child Benjamin Chester 3. Harry Calam, born January 22, 1871, Bridgeport; foreman in Smith & Egge Company; married Mary Lehman; children Ethel Elizabeth and Margaret Anna. 4. Ross, born November 28,1878; an engineer in the Smith & Egge Company; married Carrie Ballard."

[FWD: Re: Calams] Inboxx ejnorth@damnedcomputer.com 12/6/08 to me

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: Calams
From: Cassie <cassie666@tiscali.co.uk>
Date: Fri, August 29, 2008 2:25 am
To: Paul Whiteley <Paul.Whiteley@virgin.net>
Cc: Colin Webster <colin.webster@mypostoffice.co.uk>, Beth
<ejnorth@damnedcomputer.com>

Hi Paul

Thank you for the offer of the certs and yes please that would be great. I've attached a copy of Williams death cert as you'll see the age is given as 28 which is incorrect. The burial entry for Eastrington gives his age correctly as 38 unfortunately the headstone is badly eroded.
When I contacted Susan Butler she very kindly looked to see if their were any newspaper
or coroners reports but it all happened too early and she couldn't find anything. Some sort
of inquest must have been held as the death was not registered by the coroner until Dec 1849. 
I've also attached copies of William and Sarah' marriage and Sarah' second marriage to Robert Wilson Thompson. I have birth certs for all the siblings if you would like copies just let me know.
As I said in my first mail to Beth, the family are complicated before this point. Williams parents could be either Isaac c1774 and Elizabeth nee Hudson or Isaac c1785 and Elizabeth nee Brisby at this moment in time I think they are the latter but I have no knowledge of Isaac being a Chemist, they were farmers or farm labourers. I just hope their isn't a third Isaac Calam that I've missed as I have a new saying when things go wrong 'Oh Isaacs' because trying to untangle them is proving to be quite a task. I think that the two Isaacs were uncle and nephew. If you have any info on any of the early Calams I would greatly appreciate it.

Kind regards Julie

Paul Whiteley wrote:

Hello Julie, Beth has forwarded your email. I had spotted Susan Butlers website some time ago.
I have the marriage cert of Margaret to Benjamin Webster (1866) and the birth cert of their first child Edgar P b 1867 Leeds
if you want scans.
I had ( I think ) identified George L at  1st Ave Leeds in the
1881 census.
In the 1870 US census William Calam and Eliza nee Goodhare 
are living with Benjamin and Margaret but incorrectly entered as Webster . They are still in the Bridgeport area in the 1880 and 1900 censuses.     
Regards
Paul
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-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Hello
From: "Paul Whiteley" <Paul.Whiteley@virgin.net>
Date: Sat, October 06, 2007 2:59 pm
To: "Beth" <ejnorth@damnedcomputer.com>

Hello Beth ,  I Dont know much about Yorkshire reg districts, but I have come across Pannal
when looking at CBWs siblings , I will see what I can find .
 
I came across a book on castles yesterday -  There was  an illustration of a German castle 
with a Watchtower which looked quite like your tower photograph - so it could be from there.
 
Two more things from the US census :-
 
Minnies first husband was James J Black -an Electrical Enginer from Oregon .
 
I think you were on the right lines about the Eliza "Webster"  in the 1870 Bridgeport census
but I think William and Eliza were Calams not Websters - this fits with William being shown
as a blacksmith
(William Calam married Eliza Goodhare near York in Sept 1868.)
It also means I havnt found William Webster yet in the 1870 census.
Regards Paul
ejnorth@damnedxx.com
2/3/08
to me

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: The Calams
From: "Paul Whiteley" <paul.whiteley@xx.com>
Date: Mon, December 10, 2007 10:10 am
To: "Beth" <ejnorth@damnedxx.com>,  "Colin Webster"
<j-c.webster@xx.com

Hello Beth and Colin , hope you are ok and have had less rain than us recently. Dont know if I told you about an Eastington website www.btinternet.com/~susanebutler . It has a transcription of the 1851 census which lists the Calams. Margarets mother is widowed. I had a look at the 1861 census - Sarah is now remarried ( to the lodger) and they are shown as the innkeepers of the Black Swan. If you go the the website , then Eastrington families , then tradespeople and scroll down to Butchers , there is an old picture of the Black Swan. Also in the 1881 census - found Geo L Calam a " Machanic"  living quite close to where Williams sewing machine works would have been. Regards Paul

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I know Colin (Edward Isaac's grandson) will be disappointed that there are no further pictures. I don't know about a cedar chest, but Mom did have quite a few older photos which I'm scanning as I have time.
Unfortunately there don't seem to be any pictures of the younger siblings who stayed in England.

I just received the map for the Lakeview Cemetary with the Calam and Webster headstones.  I'll get pictures when I get a chance.

Hope you're enjoying the return as much as the trip!

Regards, Beth

I know Colin (Edward Isaac's grandson) will be disappointed that there are no further pictures. I don't know about a cedar chest, but Mom did have quite a few older photos which I'm scanning as I have time. Unfortunately there don't seem to be any pictures of the younger siblings who stayed in England.

I just received the map for the Lakeview Cemetary with the Calam and Webster headstones.  I'll get pictures when I get a chance.

Hope you're enjoying the return as much as the trip!

Regards, Beth

From: ej northrop <ejnorth123@jxx.com>
To: paul.whiteley@xx.com
Cc: ejnorth@damnedxx.com
Date: Sat, 29 Sep 2007 14:23:34 -0400
Subject: Re: Fw: census
Dear Paul:

Thanks for the images.  I can see if I can manipulate them to make them clearer, but documents are always the hardest to improve.

I just received the map for Lakeview Cemetary where some of the Websters and Calams rest.

As a little girl, I can remember going to the Calam one, but not the Webster.  Now that I see the Webster location -- right up front -- I'm guessing it's either very early or very important!?  Once I have a chance to get pictures, I'll send them along.

Regards,

Beth

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12/6/08
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Subject: Re: Calams
From: Cassie <cassie666@tis.com>
Date: Fri, August 29, 2008 2:25 am
To: Paul Whiteley <paul.whiteley@xx.com>
Cc: Colin Webster <colin.webster@myxx.com>, Beth
<ejnorth@damnedxx.com>

Hi Paul

Thank you for the offer of the certs and yes please that would be great. I've attached a copy of Williams death cert as you'll see the age is given as 28 which is incorrect. The burial entry for Eastrington gives his age correctly as 38 unfortunately the headstone is badly eroded. When I contacted Susan Butler she very kindly looked to see if their were any newspaper or coroners reports but it all happened too early and she couldn't find anything. Some sort of inquest must have been held as the death was not registered by the coroner until Dec 1849.  I've also attached copies of William and Sarah' marriage and Sarah' second marriage to Robert Wilson Thompson. I have birth certs for all the siblings if you would like copies just let me know.
As I said in my first mail to Beth, the family are complicated before this point. Williams parents could be either Isaac c1774 and Elizabeth nee Hudson or Isaac c1785 and Elizabeth nee Brisby at this moment in time I think they are the latter but I have no knowledge of Isaac being a Chemist, they were farmers or farm labourers. I just hope their isn't a third Isaac Calam that I've missed as I have a new saying when things go wrong 'Oh Isaacs' because trying to untangle them is proving to be quite a task. I think that the two Isaacs were uncle and nephew. If you have any info on any of the early Calams I would greatly appreciate it.

Kind regards
Julie

Paul Whiteley wrote:

Hello Julie, Beth has forwarded your email. I had spotted Susan Butlers website some time ago. I have the marriage cert of Margaret to Benjamin Webster (1866) and the birth cert of their first child Edgar P b 1867 Leeds if you want scans. I had ( I think ) identified George L at 1st Ave Leeds in the 1881 census. In the 1870 US census William Calam and Eliza nee Goodhare  are living with Benjamin and Margaret but incorrectly entered as Webster . They are still in the Bridgeport area in the 1880 and 1900 censuses.  Regards Paul

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Hello Beth , Thanks for sending the pictures. Interestingly it looks as though the mothers face has been blanked out on the two top left. I think the man with the beard , bottom left , could be Benjamin P Webster ( husband of Margaret Calam )- Comparing this picture with the group picture with him , Margaret and the three children. Best Wishes Paul Sent from my iPad

Old photographs Inbox x

Paul Whiteley <paul.whiteley@xx.com>
May 19
to meColin

Hello Beth , Thanks for sending the pictures. Interestingly it looks as though the mothers face has been blanked out on the two top left. I think the man with the beard , bottom left , could be Benjamin P Webster ( husband of Margaret Calam )- Comparing this picture with the group picture with him , Margaret and the three children. Best Wishes Paul Sent from my iPad

 
                     

South Skirlaugh


Up to four houses were licensed at South Skirlaugh in the later 18th century, and the Sun and the Duke of York were named from the 1820s. (fn. 12) The latter was briefly called the Royal in the 1840s, (fn. 13) and both existed in 1994. A third house, run by a wheelwright from 1840, was presumably the Carpenter's Arms, at the south end; named in 1852, (fn. 14) it was closed in or soon after 1968. (fn. 15) A lodge of the United Ancient Order of Druids was founded at South Skirlaugh in 1859; it met at the Duke of York and flourished until at least 1938. (fn. 16) An annual summer feast was held in the village in the late 19th century. (fn. 17)

http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/yorks/east/vol7/pp160-167

...
There were usually 6-8 farmers at South Skirlaugh in the 19th century and earlier 20th, one or two of whom had 150 a. or more.(fn. 62) The Crown let 49 a. at South Skirlaugh from 1909 and two cottages and 75 a. more from 1914 to the county council, which provided ten smallholdings there until the mid 1930s. Other council holdings were made from the 135-a. Silverhall farm, bought in 1919; three of the holdings there, amounting to 39 a., were let that year to Skirlaugh parish meeting. Humberside county council still held the estate in 1995. (fn. 63) Up to five market gardeners found employment at South Skirlaugh in the later 19th and early 20th century, and a cowkeeper worked there in the 1870s. (fn. 64) In 1987 eight holdings were returned under Skirlaugh civil parish; two were of 100- 199 ha. (247-492 a.), one of 50-99 ha. (124-245 a.), three of 20-49 ha. (49-121 a.), and two of under 2 ha. (5 a.). (fn. 65)...
TRADES. There was small-scale commercial activity in South Skirlaugh village in the 19th and earlier 20th century, c. 30 tradesmen and shopkeepers working there in 1851, for instance, and the two public houses also playing their part. Craftsmen included a weaver in 1851. (fn. 69) A motor engineering concern was begun c. 1920, and in 1994 there were two garages beside the main road and a workshop in Church Lane. (fn. 70)

https://vimeo.com/72807175 skirlaugh village

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Seaside Road, Aldbrough
The eastern end of Seaside Road at Mount Pleasant, Aldbrough.

Sea bathing was established in Aldbrough by 1836, with a regular bus service from Hull during the holiday season in the 1840s, although Aldbrough failed as a spa. This was possibly due to the lack of a railway and poor access to the beach from mud cliffs which have always had a habit of crumbling into the sea. Despite the obvious drawbacks, Aldbrough still manages to attract visitors to its holiday homes and caravan site.
http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/431758

 

Family:John Coulson and Martha Calam (1)

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b. 1610
 
 
 
 
m. 1798-05-07 Hovingham,Yks,,
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Marriage? 1798-05-07 Hovingham,Yks,,
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http://www.werelate.org/wiki/Family:John_Coulson_and_Martha_Calam_(1)
http://www.ancestry.com.au/genealogy/records/thomas-calam_212799144
 

http://www.jefferyknaggs.webspace.virginmedia.com/YDC.html

Calam, Edward - 14 Dec 1902 - 44 - Sherburn - MM 
Calam, Emma - 8 Sep 1901 - 63 - Sherburn - MM 
Calam, James - 6 Mar 1901 - 80 - Ganton - MM,YP 
Calam, John Henry - 15 Aug 1902 - (29) - Haxby - MM 

Webster, Alice - 5 Nov 1899 - 78 - Staithes - WG 
Webster, Annie - 17 Mar 1901 - 45 - 85 Fulton Road, Walkley, Sheffield - SDT 
Webster, Beresford - 19 May 1900 - 29 - Castleton - WG 
Webster, Charles - 31 Mar 1901 - 71 - 113 Commercial Street - SCEN 
Webster, Charlotte - 4 Jun 1907 - 63 - Inglenewk, Prospect Hill - WG 
Webster, Diana - 3 May 1898 - 67 - Ramsgate - WG 
Webster, Edith - 20 Mar 1901 - 22 - Wordsworth Square, Townend, Morley - MO 
Webster, Edith Harrison - 4 Sep 1901 - 27 - 1 Charnwood Road, Eccleshill - SPE 
Webster, Edwin - 28 Apr 1901 - 60 - 41 Rayner Road, Brighouse - BGE 
Webster, Elizabeth - 18 Jan 1898 - 82 - Runswick - WG 
Webster, Elizabeth Dawson - 13 Sep 1898 - 34 - Norwich - WG 
Webster, Enid - 4 Apr 1906 - 11 months - 89 Lady Pit Lane, Leeds - WG 
Webster, Esther - 23 Jul 1906 - 76 - 23 Savill Crescent, Halifax - WG 
Webster, Eustace Vivian - 28 Jan 1901 - 20 - New Brighton - BTN,DR (Cobden Street, Morley in DR) 
Webster, Frances - 9 Mar 1901 - 11 - Cab?al Road, Ripon - BNT 
Webster, Fred - 7 May 1901 - 30 - 9 North Street, Ripon - BNT 
Webster, George - 24 Jan 1900 - 73 - Port Mulgrave - WG 
Webster, George Henry - 10 Jan 1901 - 61 - Harrogate - YP 
Webster, Harriet - 7 Oct 1901 - 52 - 41 Moorside, Eccleshill - SPE 
Webster, Harry - 1 Nov 1909 - 37 - Liverpool - WG 
Webster, Henry - 18 Jun 1901 - 86 - Withernsea - HDM 
Webster, James - 26 Jan 1900 - 63 - Easby House, West Cliff - WG 
Webster, Jonathan - 3 Apr 1900 - (0) - Hinderwell - WG 
Webster, Joseph Arthur - 9 Feb 1901 - 57 - Ardendale, Dore, Sheffield - SDT 
Webster, Matilda - 8 Apr 1901 - (48) - 122 Huddersfield Road, Ravensthorpe - BTN 
Webster, Matthew - 5 Dec 1898 - 54 - 30 New Queen Street, Scarborough - WG 
Webster, Noah - 1 Apr 1901 - 43 - Crooke House, Harome - MM 
Webster, Percy - 24 Nov 1904 - 6 - 66 Suggitt Street, West Hartlepool - WG 
Webster, Robert - 1 Feb 1903 - 84 - Dark Entry Yard - WG 
Webster, Sarah - 19 Jan 1900 - 87 - Staithes - WG 
Webster, Sarah - 19 Mar 1901 - 26 - 6 Derby Street, Todmorden - HBT 
Webster, Sarah - 15 Sep 1901 - 74 - 26 Howden Terrace, Burley Fields - AWN 
Webster, Thomas - 7 Apr 1901 - 42 - Sawley - BNT 
Webster, Thomas William - 18 Feb 1904 - 10 - 18 Stonebridgegate, Ripon - BNT 
Webster, William - 2 Feb 1900 - 72 - Ramsgate - WG 

Holmes, Ann - 1 Feb 1901 - 49 - Leeming Lane, Oxenhope - KN 
Holmes, Ann - 13 Jun 1902 - 83 - 3 Vine Hill, Norton - MM 
Holmes, Annie - 11 Feb 1901 - (0) - 14 Timber Street, Elland - BGE 
Holmes, Benjamin - 11 Jan 1901 - 57 - Hunslet - YP 
Holmes, Benjamin - 29 Jul 1901 - 63 - Stanningley - AWN,PE 
Holmes, Clara - 2 Apr 1901 - 14 months - 4 Albion Street, Bingley - BIC,KN 
Holmes, Doris - 21 Dec 1904 - (0) - Tate Hill - WG 
Holmes, Edith - 28 Feb 1901 - (0) - 14 Timber Street, Elland - BGE 
Holmes, Edith Eleanor - 12 Jan 1902 - 40 - Manchester - BVG 
Holmes, Elizabeth - 8 Mar 1901 - 77 - 2 Lyon's Yard, Frenchgate - DG 
Holmes, Elizabeth - 26 Jul 1901 - 36 - 27 Park Street - HDM 
Holmes, Elizabeth - 28 May 1904 - 41 - Flowergate - WG 
Holmes, Elizabeth M O - 14 Jun 1905 - 77 - 22 Balaclava Street, Stockton on Tees - WG 
Holmes, Fanny - 18 Aug 1901 - 78 - Worlaby - HDM 
Holmes, Frances - 12 May 1901 - 48 - Swinton - MST 
Holmes, George Sinclair - 23 Feb 1901 - (39) - 3 Oak Hill Road, Nether Edge, Sheffield - SDT 
Holmes, Hannah Elizabeth - 11 Feb 1901 - 1 month - Crowle - DG 
Holmes, Hannah Maria - 5 Apr 1901 - 53 - The Almshouse, 19 The Holmes - DG 
Holmes, Harold Dudley - 16 Sep 1901 - 21 - 77 Middleton Street, Hull - HDM 
Holmes, Harry - 8 Aug 1902 - 61 - Grosmont - WG 
Holmes, Henry - 9 Apr 1901 - 80 - Fixby - BGE 
Holmes, James, rev - 1 May 1901 - 66 - Warley Vicarage - XEC 
Holmes, John - 16 Mar 1901 - 67 - Holt's Lane, Greetland - BGE 
Holmes, John - 13 Jun 1905 - 78 - California, Spital Vale - WG 
Holmes, Louisa - 22 Mar 1899 - (0) - Long Steps, Church Street - WG 
Holmes, Margaret - 29 Aug 1905 - 67 - Ripon - BNT 
Holmes, Margaret Adelaide - 3 Feb 1900 - (0) - Blue Beck, Egton - WG 
Holmes, Mary - 6 Dec 1905 - 74 - Union Workhouse - WG 
Holmes, Mary - 25 Mar 1906 - 89 - Blue Beck Farm, Egton Bridge - WG 
Holmes, Mary Ann - (25 Jan 1901) - 74 - Tong Street, Tong - CG 
Holmes, Rebecca - 27 Sep 1901 - 80 - Underwood, Shipley - SPE 
Holmes, Richard - 21 Nov 1908 - 68 - Union Workhouse - WG 
Holmes, Rosetta - 1 Feb 1907 - 49 - Bernard Street, off Fernberg Road, Rosalie, Queensland - WG 
Holmes, Samuel - 5 Mar 1901 - 67 - New Houses, Oxenhope - KN 
Holmes, Sarah Ann - 13 Feb 1901 - 69 - Drewry Road, Keighley - KN 
Holmes, Thomas - 17 Oct 1903 - 58 - High Park Farm, Kirbymoorside - MM 
Holmes, Thomas Coulson - 21 May 1902 - 19 High Park, Kirbymoorside - MM 
Holmes, Thomas Dickinson - 3 Dec 1905 - 63 - Long Steps, Church Street - WG 
Holmes, Thomas Stone - 24 May 1903 - 26 - Bridlington - BFP 
Holmes, Tom Robert - 16 Jun 1904 - 45 - Haggersgate - WG 
Holmes, Walker - 16 Mar 1901 - 59 - Fisher Green, Honley - HFE 
Holmes, William - 27 May 1901 - 62 - Hull - HDM 
Holmes, William - 26 Oct 1901 - 77 - 42 White Rose Street, York - BNT 
Holmes, William - 2 Feb 1902 - 78 - Borrowby, Thirsk - TDN,MM 
Holmes, William - 14 Sep 1903 - 63 - Church Street - WG 
Holmes, William - 4 Mar 1904 - 63 - Egton Bridge - WG 
Holmes, William Hiles - 14 Mar 1901 - 1 - Lock Lane, Castleford - PCE 
Holmes, William Mark - 24 Jul 1911 - 22 - Blue Beck, Egton Bridge - WG 

 

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Holme-on-Spalding-Moor

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Holme-on-Spalding-Moor
Rose Farm, Holme-on-Spalding-Moor.jpg

Rose Farm by Holme-on-Spalding-Moor
Holme-on-Spalding-Moor is located in East Riding of Yorkshire
Holme-on-Spalding-Moor
Holme-on-Spalding-Moor
 Holme-on-Spalding-Moor shown within the East Riding of Yorkshire
Population 3,172 (2011 census)[1]
OS grid reference SE805385
   – London 160 mi (260 km)  S
Civil parish Holme-on-Spalding-Moor
Unitary authority East Riding of Yorkshire
Ceremonial county East Riding of Yorkshire
Region Yorkshire and the Humber
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town YORK
Postcode district YO43
Dialling code 01430
Police Humberside
Fire Humberside
Ambulance Yorkshire
EU Parliament Yorkshire and the Humber
UK Parliament Haltemprice and Howden
List of places
 
UK
England
Yorkshire

Coordinates53.83653°N 0.77820°W

All Saints' Church

Holme-on-Spalding-Moor (also known as Holme-upon-Spalding-Moor) is a large village and civil parish in theEast Riding of Yorkshire, England. It is situated approximately 8 miles (13 km) north-east of Howden and 5 miles (8 km) south-west of Market Weighton. It lies on the A163 road where it joins the A614 road.

In terms of major cities, the village is closest to York which is just under 20 miles (32 km) away, while Hull is 23 miles (37 km) away. The civil parish is formed by the village of Holme-on-Spalding-Moor and the hamlets of Bursea,HasholmeTollingham and Welhambridge. According to the 2011 UK Census, Holme-on-Spalding-Moor parish had a population of 3,172,[1] an increase on the 2001 UK Census figure of 2,948.[2]

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History[edit]

Holme-on-Spalding-Moor village is named for its location on the Spalding Moor. In very early censuses of England (before the 16th century) the village was sometimes listed as Holme, Spalding Moor, Yorkshire, though there is little evidence of any other towns scattered across the moor at that or any time. The word Holme is Danish of origin and means island.

Spalding Moor was a marsh, dominated by a single hill which consists of Keuper marl; on the hill a small church was built in the 13th century. The village was built on the holme around the church, hence the name. Spalding Moor now is lightly cultivated and has been largely tamed.

Through the 17th and 18th centuries, the main occupation for people in the village was growing and dressing hemp. This gave rise to it sometimes been referred to as "Hemp-Holme".

A late Iron Age logboat (750–390 BC), now known as the Hasholme Logboat, was discovered at Hasholme in the south-east of the parish.

In 1823, Holme-on-Spalding-Moor was in the Wapentake of HarthillBaines' History, Directory and Gazetteer of the County of York records the alternative village name of "Hemp Holme", taken from the parish' former cultivation of hemp. A bed of gypsum was recorded in which ammonites were found. The church stands in an elevated position, on which is also sited a beacon, which gave its name of Holme Beacon to this contemporary part of Harthill Wapentake. The parish church and rectory was in the patronage of St John's College, Cambridge. There were two chapels, one Roman Catholic, the other, Methodist. Local landowners allotted land (cow-gates), for the personal use of their labourers. Population at the time was 1318. Occupations included twenty-three farmers and yeomen, threeblacksmiths, two wheelwrights, three shoemakers, four shopkeepers, two coal dealers, two corn millers, a tailor, a butcher, a joiner, a bricklayer, and an ornamental plasterer. There were the landlords of The New Inn, The Hare and Hounds, The Sun, and The Blacksmiths' public houses. A carrier operated between the village and Market Weighton on Wednesdays, and Howden on Saturdays. Within the parish lived a banker, a steward to Lady Stourton [Mary Langdale],Charles Langdale at the Hall, a gentleman and a gentlewoman, a surgeon, and the parish rector. Baines records a traditional belief that a cell for two monks was founded at Welham Bridge on the edge of Spalding Moor by vavasours orconstables. One monk was charged with guiding people over wasteland, the other praying for the safety of travellers.[3]

Holme-on-Spalding-Moor was served by Holme Moor railway station on the Selby to Driffield Line between 1848 and 1954.[4]

Holme Hall is a country house which was the seat of the Langdale barony. The hall was designated a Grade II* listed building in 1966 and is now recorded in the National Heritage List for England, maintained by Historic England.[5] It is now a Sue Ryder Care Home.

RAF[edit]

The moor was the site of a Royal Air Force station, RAF Holme-on-Spalding Moor, which was active during the Second World War and for several years thereafter as a bomber facility, being officially closed in 1954 and transferred to the U.S. Air Force. The USAF moved out in 1957, and the field was sold to a private firm.

It continued in private hands until 1984, when its last tenant, British Aerospace, moved out. It was in a rather dilapidated condition by that time, and upon its closing several of the more notable buildings were destroyed and the runways removed. The hangars and several other buildings remain and are used by a variety of industrial and agricultural tenants, though all are in various states of disrepair.

Amenities[edit]

Holme Upon Spalding Moor Primary School
The Olde Red Lion public house

There are a few local convenience stores, a post office, a bakery and butchers, two takeaway outlets, a school & sports wear store, a pharmacy and doctors surgery, four public houses and a mobile library with internet access.

Since 1989 Holme Upon Spalding Moor Primary School has been twinned with a primary school in LemgoGermany. Once a year about 20 to 30 pupils visit Grundschule Hörstmar for one week.

There are several churches, the largest being All Saint's church which was mostly built in the 13th century. The church was designated a Grade I listed building in 1966 and is now recorded in the National Heritage List for England, maintained byHistoric England.[6] There is also a Roman Catholic church and a Zion Chapel in the village.

The village is served by bus services run by East Yorkshire Motor Services[7] and York Pullman.[8] The nearest railway stations are to the south of the village: Howden at 7.5 miles (12 km), and Eastrington at 5.5 miles (9 km).

Nearby HowdenGoole and Market Weighton contain amenities including supermarkets and a number of chain-shops. The nearest cities are YorkKingston upon Hull and Leeds.

The village's football team Holme Rovers was founded in 1922 by local residents and continues to exist. They play in theEast Riding County League Premier division. The club won the top level of the York Football League during the 1962-63 season and the East Riding Senior Cup in 2007.

Notable people[edit]

LEPPINGTON, a township-chapelry in Scrayingham parish, E. R. Yorkshire; 4 miles NNE of StamfordBridge r. station, and 7½ SW by S of New Malton. Post town, New Malton. Acres, 1,163. Real property, £2,404. Pop., 132. Houses, 23. The manor belongs to Lady Mary Vyner. Gypsum is found. The living is annexed to the rectory of Scrayingham, in the diocese of York. The church was built in 1811, and was once a chantry to Missenden.

Mention of a prize for W. Calam (Lady Vyner)


Toms Wills fh@haine.org.uk

3:31 PM (17 hours ago)
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Email: ejnorth@gmail.com

Details: The record you selected is of grantor named CALAM Mary of the district of York with the grant issued in 1933. Further details are as follows: CALAM of 2 Grays-buildings The Mount -- York.

DIRECT LINK to index image (TRIAL): partially live

I will eventually be providing direct links to the probate calendar entry, available (free) athttp://probatesearch.service.gov.uk

Happy hunting.

David, Tom's Wills

http://www.haine.org.uk/toms_wills

Toms Wills fh@haine.org.uk

3:32 PM (17 hours ago)
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Email: ejnorth@gmail.com

Details: The record you selected is of grantor named WEBSTER George Arthur of the district of York with the grant issued in 1933. Further details are as follows: WEBSTER of 9 East Mount-road -- York.

DIRECT LINK to index image (TRIAL): partially live


Maybe our Isaac or a cousin

Yorkshire Archaeological Journal - Volumes 78-79 - Page 163

https://books.google.com/books?id=cuUhAQAAIAAJ  2006 - ‎Snippet
" Felons and transports continued to be kept in the cells at York, but the more numerous and the longest-staying inmates were those who were unfortunate enough to owe money. Prisoners for debt, unlike criminals, might spend years in a gaol .."

Insolvent Debtors

 

 

 

 

 
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