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Alice Barrigan
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Briefly a solicitor - for a long time a local historian
Briefly a solicitor - for a long time a local historian

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Hutton Rudby and District Local History Society on Facebook: old photos
Visit the new Facebook page  of the Hutton Rudby and District Local History Society and you'll find it a source of the most fascinating old photographs. This is thanks to the hard work of Malcolm McPhie and he tells me there are plenty more to follow - just...
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Joseph Hill Appleton (1811-80) and the Meynell family
A reader has been in touch and would like to be in contact with anyone who has any information on the family of Joseph Hill Appleton (born in Richmond, Yorks in 1811, died in Attercliffe, Sheffield in 1880).  He was the son of John Appleton (1775-1852) and ...
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John Jackson (1743-1808), schoolmaster of Hutton Rudby
In the Schoolmasters section of People of Hutton Rudby (Sadler to Seamer) , I had a little bit of information about the Rudby schoolmaster John Jackson, taken from The Church and Parish of Rudby in Cleveland  by the Rev Arthur Eddowes (published 1924). He t...
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Photographs of Hutton Rudby
Looking for photographs of Hutton Rudby, old and new?  Go at once to Malcolm McPhie's Facebook page  Hutton Rudby Karting incorporating village history   So many pictures that have never been seen before – don't miss the one looking downstream under Hutton ...
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A History Walk round Hutton Rudby
This booklet, which I originally published in 1997, was written above all for families and primary school children.  It is a brief history of Hutton Rudby told through its buildings and the reminiscences of older villagers.  It can also be used as a guide f...
A History Walk round Hutton Rudby
A History Walk round Hutton Rudby
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A History Walk round Hutton Rudby
This booklet, which I originally published in 1997, was written above all for families and primary school children.  It is a brief history of Hutton Rudby told through its buildings and the reminiscences of older villagers.  It can also be used as a guide f...
A History Walk round Hutton Rudby
A History Walk round Hutton Rudby
northyorkshirehistory.blogspot.com
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Hutton Rudby celebrates a Royal Wedding, 1863
Newcastle Chronicle , 21 March 1863 HUTTON RUDBY. - Among the Yorkshire villages, none were more conspicuous in their celebrations of the marriage of the Prince of Wales than Hutton Rudby.   A correspondent says that on the wedding day the British and Danis...
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The Revd Francis Blackburne (1748-1816) of Rudby-in-Cleveland
In late March 1774, a new vicar came to Hutton Rudby.  He was the Revd Francis Blackburne, an unmarried man of twenty-six and the son of the Revd Francis Blackburne, Archdeacon of Cleveland and Rector of Richmond – which can only have helped young Francis i...
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George Wilson's absconding book-keeper, 1864
To follow on from my last post on James Wilson, this is the newspaper report of George Wilson's missing book-keeper:- Shields Daily Gazette , 11 May 1864 EMBEZZLEMENT AT NEWCASTLE - John Carr, for nearly twenty-seven years in the employment of Mr George Wil...
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James Wilson of Hutton Rudby (c1775-1865)
An old resident of Hutton Rudby has turned up in Massachusetts, and I think he may like to come home.  You can see him in this fine mid-19th century portrait by Clement Burlison. Mr James Wilson of Hutton Rudby James Wilson was born in about 1775 at Woodhou...
James Wilson of Hutton Rudby (c1775-1865)
James Wilson of Hutton Rudby (c1775-1865)
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