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De La Pryme to Head (East Yorkshire Local History). Published 1992 by East Yorkshire Local History Society.
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Crowther, Jan, e. Descriptions of East Yorkshire: de la Pryme to Head, East Yorkshire Local History Series n. 5, East Yorkshire Local History Society, Beverly, 1992, page 43. 10 Also, in 1824 Sarah and George’s brother, Samuel, died and left them both a significant sum. See will o. . See will of Samuel Fordon. 11 See section: George Fordon (1803-1876): The Atlantic Crossing. 8 does not appear on the passenger manifest. She did immigrate to the United States but the date of her crossing is not yet known. Perhaps William went on ahead to find a suitable location to settle down. 12 Maida arrived at the Port.
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N. 6) B English (e., East Yorkshire Miscellany 1, 1992, 55pp. Descriptions of E Yorks: De la Pryme to Head. uk or send a cheque, made payable to EYLHS to 825 Anlaby. Price: £. 0 +P&P. N. 5) J Crowther (e., Descriptions of East Yorkshire: De la Pryme to Head, 1992, 82pp.
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The East Yorkshire Family History Society (EYFHS) is an English family history society covering the East Riding of Yorkshire and parts of North Yorkshire. It was founded in 1977 and had 1,410 members in 2010. It is a member of the Federation of Family History Societies. and a registered charity, no. 519743.
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Recent papers in History of Hull and East Yorkshire. Local press coverage for the temporary exhibit, 'A Glimpse of Africa through East Yorkshire Eyes', co-curated by myself and Mohiyeddin S. M. Bakhit at East Yorkshire Archives & Local Studies Service in June 2012. Locating the site of the Battle of Brunanburh (937) v4. In this paper I argue that the Battle of Brunanburh (937) took place on the old Roman Road between Brough-on-Humber (Petuaria/Civitas Parisiorum) and South Cave in the East Riding of Yorkshire.
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