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Richard Rudsdale

Male 1911 - 1969  (58 years)


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  • Name Richard Rudsdale 
    Birth Registration Between 1 Oct 1911 and 31 Dec 1911  Guisborough Registration District, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Vol. 9d, p. 978 
    • Richard Rudsdale, mother maiden name Rudsdale, was born.
    Born 14 Nov 1911  Finkle Bottoms, Fryup, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • REGISTRATION RECORDS
      Birth Certificate:  (683/D6)
      Registration District Guisborough
      1911 Birth in the Sub-district of Danby
      375  14th November 1911 Finkle Bottoms Fryup Danby Guisborough RD
      Richard
      Boy
      ----
      Annie Rudsdale of no occupation
      ------
      Annie Rudsdale Mother Finkle Bottoms Fryup
      16th December 1911
      Rosa Robinson
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      GRO Index Births P-R Dec 1911 Guisbro 9d 978
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      Short B Cert (683/D7)
      I the undersigned do hereby certify that the Birth of Richard Rudsdale born on 14th day of November One Thousand nine hundred and eleven has been duly registered by me at Entry No 375 of my Register Book no 8 Witness my hand this 16th day of December 1911 . Rosa Robinson Registrar of Births and deaths District of Guisborough Sub-district Danby
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      EDUCATION RECORDS
      Fryup Board School Admission Register @NYCRO
      no 531
      date of admission 26.2.17
      b 14.11.11
      RUDSDALE Richard  p Annie Fryup
      Last School: none
      30.4.20 Removed to Grosmont
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      Grosmont School Admission Register @NYCRO
      no 1267
      date of admission 3.5.20
      RUDSDALE RIchard Waterloo Grosmont
      b 14.11.11
      Last School: fryup Cl 12
      Left Sept 1st 24 for Glaisdale
      p William
      Readmitted 1394
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    Christened Aft 14 Nov 1911 
    • Oct 17 2008 Danby PR searched @ NYCRO NOT found
    Gender Male 
    Education 1916  Fryup Wesleyan Sunday School, Fryup, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Book Prize 
    • Attended Fryup Wesleyan Sunday School and received a book called 'Heroes of the Mutiny' on 24th April 1916.
    Education 26 Feb 1917  Fryup School, Danby, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Started School 
    • Fryup Board School Admission Register @NYCRO
      no 531
      date of admission 26.2.17
      b 14.11.11
      RUDSDALE Richard  p Annie Fryup
      Last School: none
      30.4.20 Removed to Grosmont
    Residence 1918  Fryup Wesleyan Sunday School, Fryup, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Book Prize 
    • Book Inscriptions "Methodist Hymn Book" Fryup Wesleyan Sunday School Richard Rudsdale April 29th 1918
    Education 30 Apr 1920  Fryup School, Danby, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Left School 
    • Fryup Board School Admission Register @NYCRO
      no 531
      date of admission 26.2.17
      b 14.11.11
      RUDSDALE Richard  p Annie Fryup
      Last School: none
      30.4.20 Removed to Grosmont
    Education 3 May 1920  Grosmont School, Grosmont, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Started School 
    • Grosmont School Admission Register @NYCRO
      no 1267
      date of admission 3.5.20
      RUDSDALE RIchard Waterloo Grosmont
      b 14.11.11
      Last School: fryup Cl 12
      Left Sept 1st 24 for Glaisdale
      p William
      Readmitted 1394
    Education 1922  Grosmont Wesleyan Sunday School, Grosmont, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Book Prize 
    • By Xmas 1922 he was attending Grosmont Wesleyan Sunday School where he was presented a book called A Lad of Grit at Xmas 1922.
    Education 1 Sep 1924  Grosmont School, Grosmont, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Left School 
    • Grosmont School Admission Register @NYCRO
      no 1267
      date of admission 3.5.20
      RUDSDALE RIchard Waterloo Grosmont
      b 14.11.11
      Last School: fryup Cl 12
      Left Sept 1st 24 for Glaisdale
      p William
      Readmitted 1394
    Education 6 Jan 1925  Grosmont School, Grosmont, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Started school 
    • Grosmont School Admission Register @NYCRO
      no 1394
      date of admission 6.1.25
      b 14.11.11
      RUDSDALE Richard
      see no 1267 Re-admitted
      Left overage 7.1.1926
    Education 7 Jan 1926  Grosmont School, Grosmont, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Left School 
    • Grosmont School Admission Register @NYCRO
      no 1394
      date of admission 6.1.25
      b 14.11.11
      RUDSDALE Richard
      see no 1267 Re-admitted
      Left overage 7.1.1926
    Family Event Between 1930 and 1938  Cragg Farm, Eskdaleside cum Ugglebarnby, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    National Farm Survey 1941-1942 
    • NATIONAL FARM SURVEY
      96 ac
      County: YORKS (NORTH RIDING)
      Code No: 478/68
      District: Scarbro & Whitby
      Parish: Eskdaleside cum Ugglebarnby
      Name of holding: Cragg Farm
      Name of farmer: WARD F
      Address of farmer: Cragg Farm, Eskdaleside, Sleights
      Number & edition of 6 inch Ordnance Survey Sheet containing farmstead XLV1NW

      A TENURE
      1. Tenant
      2. If tenant, name and address of owner:-
          Mr RMS RASTALL
          The Priory
          Grosmont
      3. Full-time farmer
      4. Does farmer occupy other land?    No
      5. Has farmer grazing rights over land not occupied by him? Yes
          Common rights on Sleights moor

      B CONDITIONS OF FARM
      1. Proprtion (%) of area in which soil is:
          40% Heavy
          50% Medium
          10% Light
      2. Is farm conveniently laid out? No
      3. Proportion (%) of farmw hich is naturally:
          20% Good
          40% Fair
          40% Bad
      4. Situation in regard to road: Good
      5. Situation in regard to railway: Bad
      6. Condition of farmhouse: Good
          Condition of buildings: Fair
      7. Condition of farm roads: Fair
      8. Condition of fences: Fair
      9. Condition of ditches: Fair
      10. General condition of field drainage: Fair
      11. Condition of cottages: none
      12. Number of cottages within farm area: none
            Number of cottages elsewhere: none
      13. Number of cottages let on service tenancy: none
      14. Is there infestation with:-
            rabbits & moles: no
            rats & mice: no
            rooks & wood pigeons: no
            other birds: no
            insect pests: no
      15. Is there heavy infestation with weeds? No
      16. Are there derelict fields? No

      C. WATER AND ELECTRICITY
      Water supply:-
      1. To farmhouse        Stream
      2. To farm buildings   None
      3. To fields                Stream
      4. Is there a seasonal shortage of water?   No

      Electricity supply:-
      5. Public light  None
          Public power  None
          Private light None
          Public light None
      6. Is it used for household purposes? None
          Is it used for farm purposes? None

      D. MANAGEMENT
      1. Is farm classified as A, B or C?        C
      2. Reasons for B or C:-
          Will spend his time at the markets in dealing in stock instead of working at home. Either he does not employ or cannot keep any labour
      3. Condition of arable land: Poor
      4. Condition of pasture: Poor
      5. Use of fertilisers on:-
          arable land: not at all
          grass land: not at all
      Field information recorded by: Robt SMAILES
      Date of recording 2 Jan 1941
      This primary record completed by H FAIL
      Date 20.1.1942
      //
      CROPS AND GRASS
      1 Wheat  none
      2  Barley  none
      3  Oats     9
      4  Mixed Corn with wheat in mixture none
      5  Mixed Corn without wheat in mixture none
      6  Rye none
      7 Beans winter or spring for stock feeding none
      8 Peas for stock feeding not for human consumption none
      9 Potatoes first earlies
      10 Potatoes main crop and second earlies 16
      11 Turnips and swedes for fodder none
      12 Mangolds 1/4
      13 Sugar Beet none
      14 Kale for fodder none
      15 Rape (or Cole) 2
      16 Cabbage, Savoys and Kohl Rabi for fodder none
      17 Vetches or Tares none
      18 Lucerne none
      19 Mustard for seed none
      20 Mustard for fodder or ploughing in none
      21 Flax for fibre or linseed none
      22 Hops Statute Acres not Hop Acres none
      23 Orchards with crops, fallow or grass below the trees none
      24 Orchards with small fruit below the trees none
      25 Small fruit not under Orchard trees none
      26 Vegetables for human consumption (excluding Potatoes), Flowers and Crops under Glass none
      27 All other crops not specified elsewhere on this return or grown on patches of  less than 1/4 acre  none
      28 Bare fallow none
      29 Clover, Sainfoin and Temporary Grasses for Mowing this season none
      30 Clover, Sainfoin and Temporary Grasses for Grazing (not for Mowing this season) 2
      31 Permanent Grass for Mowing this season 26
      32 Permanent Grass for Grazing ( not for Mowing this season) but excluding rough grazings  42
      33 Total of above items 1-32
           (Total acreage of Crops and Grass excluding Rough Grazings) 82 3/4
      34 Rough Grazings - Mountain, Heath, Moor or Down Land or other rough land used for grazing on which the occupier has the sole grazing rights 131 1/4

      LABOUR actually employed on holding on 4th June. The occupier, his wife or domestic servants should not be entered
      None

      LIVE STOCK
      43 Cows and heifers in milk                                             2
      44 Cows in calf but not in milk                                        3
      45 Heifers in calf with 1st calf                                         3
      46 Bulls being used for service                                          none
      47 Bulls (including Bull Calves) being reared for service    1
      Other cattle:
      48 2 years old and above    Male                                       4
      49                                      Female                                    9
      50 1 yr old and under 2      Male                                       2
      51                                      Female                                   2
      Under 1 yr old
      52  a) For rearing (excluding Bull calves
                being reared for service)                                         8
      53  b) Intended for slaughter as calves                               1
      54 TOTAL CATTLE AND CALVES                             35

      55  Steers and Heifers over 1 year old being fattened
             for slaughter before 30th November 1941                12

      SHEEP OVER 1 YEAR OLD
      56 Ewes kept for futher breeding
           (excluding two-tooth Ewes)                                      130
      57 Rams kept for service                                                   2
      58 Two-tooth Ewes (Shearling Ewes or
           Gimmers) to be put to the ram in 1941                       10
      59  Other sheep over 1 year old                                       22
      SHEEP UNDER 1 YEAR OLD
      60 Ewe Lambs to be put to the ram in 1941                     30
      61 Ram Lambs for service in 1941                                 none
      62 Other Sheep and Lambs under 1 year old                      90
      63 TOTAL SHEEP AND LAMBS                                   284

      64 Sows in pig      none
      65 Gilts in pig           1
      66 Other sows kept for breeding                                      none
      67 Barren sows for fattening                                            none
      68 Boars being used for servicing                                    none
      ALL OTHER PIGS (not entered above)
      69 Over 5 months old                                                    6
      70  2-5 months   none
      71 Under 2 months                                                        none
      72 TOTAL PIGS4

      POULTRY
      73 Fowls over 6 months old                                           12
      74 Fowls under 6 months old                                          none
      75 Ducks of all ages                                                        none
      76 Geese of all ages                                                        none
      77 Turkeys over 6 months old                                       none
      78 Trkeys under 6 months old                                       none
      79 TOTAL PULTRY                                                   12

      80 GOATS OF ALL AGES                                             none

      HORSES on holding on 4th June
      Horses used for Agricultural Purposes
      (including Mares, kept for breeding) or by
      Market Gardeners
      81 a) Mares         2
      82 b) geldings      none
      Unbroken Horses of 1 year old & above
      83 a) mares         none
      84 b) geldings      1
      85 Light Horses under 1 year old                                    none
      86 Heavy Horses under 1 year old                                  1
      87 Stallions being used for service in 1941                      none
      88 All other Horses (not entered above)                         none
      89 TOTAL HORSES                                                      4
      //
      1941
      County: Yorks NR
      Parish: Eskdaleside cum Ugglebarnby
      Parish Number: 478/68

      SMALL FRUIT none recorded
      VEGETABLES FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION. FLOWERS. CROPS UNDER GLASS: none recorded
      STOCKS OF HAY AND STRAW ON HOLDING ON 4th JUNE: none recorded
      Name of Farm or Farms -
      Name and address of Occupier:-
      F Ward
      Cragg Farm
      Eskdlaeside
      Sleights

      Prepared by Miss ATHERTON
    Employment Abt 1939 
    Draft application letter to John Spencer & Sons (1928) Ltd 
    • [683/D3]
      Draft letter to be written to:
      Messrs John Spencer & Sons (1928) Ltd.,
      Newburn Steelworks,
      Newburn
      Northumberland

      The Superintendent,
      Royal Ordinance Factory,
      Birtley, Co.Durham

      Dear Sirs
      I am a Blacksmith by trade, having served/ my apprenticeship with ........../
      Dut to an operation I am unable now to carry out/ the ordinary duties required of a Blackmsith and am writing/  to enquire whther you have any vacancy in your Shell/ plant where my experience would be of use but where, due to/ mechanisation, heavy lifting would not be required.
      My age is 28 but I am not medically fit to/ join the forces/
      I hope that possibly you may be needing men who/ have experience of heating metal or who have the knowledge/ of a fully skilled blacksmith.
      I enclose a copy of a reference/ ggiven me by my previous employees/
      Yours faithfully
    Employment 13 Dec 1939  Grosmont, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Reference Letter 
    • [683/D4]
      NORTH ROAD GROSMONT YORKS (Also at Goathland Yorks)
      Dec 13th 1939
      Memo from/ WILLIAM ALLAN/ Horse Shoer and General Smith
      NMFA Member of the National Master Farriers and Blacksmith Association
      LAWN MOWERS GROUND AND REPAIRED   ACCOUNTS QUARTERLY

      To whom it may concern

      Dear Sirs
      I always found Richard Rudsdale a/ very good honest man when he served/ his apprenticeship with us & after as a/ man, he was quite capable to be let/ in charge, of quiet disposition & keep away/ from strong drink
      I am/ Yours faithfully/ William Allan
    Employment 21 Dec 1939 
    Correspondence from John Spencer & Sons Ltd 
    • [683/D5]
      JOHN SPENCER & SONS (1928) LIMITED
      MANUFACTURERS OF/LAMINATED AND COIL SPRINGS/ AXLES FORGINGS etc
      +
      NEWBURN STEEL WORKS/ NEWBURN/ NORTHUMBERLAND
      21st December 1939
      Reference WEF/JH

      R Rudsdale Esq.,
      Hollywell Farm,
      Loftees
      Saltburn

      Dear Sir,
      I understand that you are seeking a position as/a Blacksmith and shall be pleased if you will let me know/ what expereince you have had in general forging and in/ hardening tools also, if you have had any experience under/ a steam hammer
      Yours faithfully,
      For JOHN SPENCER & SONS (1928) LTD
      WE Frost
      Director
    Occupation Estate Woodman; Chemical Process Operator 
    Residence 1941  Duncan Place, Loftus, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    After Marriage 
    Probate Records 12 Jun 1942  York, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Probate of Grandmother Margaret Isabel RUDSDALE nee COOPER 
    • PROBATE RECORDS
      In His Majesty's High Court of Justice/ The District Probate Registry at York/ BE IT KNOWN that Margaret Isabella RUDSDALE of Hollywell Farm/ Loftus in the County of York widow formerly of Crag Farm/ Eskdaleside in the said County/ died on the 22nd day of March 1942/ at Hollywell Farm aforesaid/ AND BE IT FURTHER KNOWN that at the date hereunder written the last Will and/ Testament/ (a copy whereof is hereunto annexed) of the said deceased was proved and registered in/ the District Probate Registry of His Majesty's High Court of Justice at York/ and that administration of all the Estate which by law devolves to and vests in the personal/ representative of the said deceased was granted by the aforesaid Court to William/ RUDSDALE of Low Hawsker Whitby in the said County/ threshing machine proprietor son and Annie SWALWELL of/ Hollywell Farm aforesaid wife of George SWALWELL daughter/ of the said deceased the Executors/ named in the said Will/ And it is hereby certified that an Affidavit for Inland Revenue has been delivered wherein it is shewn that the/ gross value of the said Estate in Great Britain/ (exclusive of what the said deceased may have been possessed of or entitled to as a Trustee/ and not beneficially) amounts to £487 7s 3d [1] and that the said/ Affidavit bears a stamp of £2 10s 0d/ Dated the 12th day of June 1942/ ??? District Registrar/ Extracted by Buchannan & White Solicitors Whitby
      -------------------------------------------------------------
      Will 1286/D1
      This is the Will or Paper Writing ? ? the annexed oath
      William RUDSDALE Executor Basil M SMITH Commissioner for Oaths
      Annie SWALWELL Executor Basil M SMITH Commissioner for Oaths
      THIS IS THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT of me MARGARET ISABELLA/ RUDSDALE of Crag Farm Eskdaleside in the County of York Widow/ made this Sixth day of November in the year of Our Lord One/ thousand nine hundred and thirty-six/ I APPOINT my son William/ RUDSDALE and my daughter Annie SWALWELL Executors and Trustees of/ this my Will I GIVE AND BEQUEATH all my holding of Three and a/ half per cent. War Stock to my grandsons Harry RUDSDALE and Richard/ RUDSDALE sons of my said daughter in equal shares absolutely But/ if either of them shall die in my lifetime then I bequeath his/ share to his child if only one or his children equally if more than/ one who shall then be living and shall attain the age of twenty-/ one years I DEVISE APPOINT AND BEQUEATH all the real and/ personal estate of which as owner or in the execution of any power/ or otherwise I shall at the time of my decease be competent or/ entitled to dispose by this my Will not hereinbefore otherwise/ disposed of unto my said son and daughter in equal shares for their/ own use and benefit absolutely IN WITNESS whereof I have signed my name at/ the foot or end of this my Will the day and year first before/  written in the presence of two subscribing witnesses/ Margaret Isabella RUDSDALE/ SIGNED by the above-named testatrix as her last Will in the/ presence of us present at the same time who in her presence and at/ her request and in the presence of each other  have hereunto/ subscribed our names as witnesses/ AJ BUCHANNAN Solicitor Whitby/ John READMAN his clerk
      ___________________________
      NOTES
      [1]  £487 7s 3d In 1940, £487 7s 3d would have the same spending worth of today's £13,997.05 and would have had the power to but 343 x Days (craftsman wages in building trade) or 109 x Wool (per stone) or 81 x Wheat (quarter) or 7 x Livestock (cow) or 1 x Horse (single); In 1945, £487 7s 3d would have the same spending worth of today's £12,647.06 and would have had the power to buy 343 x Days (craftsman wages in building trade) or 109 x Wool (per stone) or 81 x Wheat (quarter) or 7 x Livestock (cow) or 1 x Horse (single)
    Death Registration Between 1 Oct 1969 and 31 Dec 1969  Cleveland Registration District, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Vol. 1b, p. 1601 
    • Richard Rudsdale, born 14 November 1911, died.
    Died 23 Nov 1969  Coronation Road, Loftus, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Newspaper Announcement Whitby Gazette 28.11.1969
      Rudsdale November 23rd at Lyngarth 139 Coronation Road Loftus
      Aged 58 years Richard dearly beloved husband of Nancy & a dear father of David. Service took place at Arlington Crescent Methodist Church on Tuesday followed by cremation at Teesside Crematorium

      Death Cerificate:  (683/D1)
      Registration District Cleveland
      Sub-district East Cleveland
      23 November 1969
      139 Coronation Road Loftus
      Richard Rudsdale
      Male
      14th November 1911 Danby Yorkshire
      Chemical Process Operator
      139 Coronation Road Loftus
      1a Carcinoma of (R ) Lung Certified by WB Wolstenholme
      David Rudsdale Son Present at Death 139 Coronation Road Loftus
      24th November 1969
      P Dean

      GRO Index
      Deaths P-Z Dec 1969 14 No 1911 Cleveland 1b 1601
    Buried Aft 23 Nov 1969  Arlington Crescent Methodist Church, Loftus, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I5055  Ridsdale Families
    Last Modified 21 Oct 2015 

    Father Mister [--?--],   d. Unknown 
    Mother Annie Rudsdale,   b. 17 Sep 1891, Finkle Bottoms, Fryup, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 24 Sep 1966, Holywell Farm, Loftus, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 75 years) 
    Married Bef 1910 
    Couple Married?
    Marriage Status Unmarried 
    Family ID F1344  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Nancy Knaggs,   b. 4 Aug 1916, Whitby Registration District, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Jan 1993, Scarborough Registration District, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 76 years) 
    Marriage Registration Between 1 Apr 1941 and 30 Jun 1941  Whitby Registration District, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Vol. 9d, p. 1222 
    • Richard Rudsdale and Nancy Knaggs were married.
    Married 26 Apr 1941  Methodist Church, Hawsker, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • FAMILY MEMORABILIA
      Wedding Card: [683.D1]
      Nancy Knaggs. Richard Rudsdale's Compliments Duncan Place Loftus April 26th 1941
      ____________________________________________________________
      REGISTRATION RECORDS
      Marriage Certificate: [683.D8]
      Registration District Whitby
      1941 Marriage solemnized at Methodist Chapel Hawsker
      no 27
      26th April 1941
      Richard Rudsdale 29 Bachelor Estate Woodman Hollywell Farm ----- -
      Nancy Knaggs 24 Spinster Window Trimmer (General Stores) Jubilee House Low Hawsker nr Whitby John Thomas Knaggs Joiner & Wheelwright
      Married in the Methodist Chapel according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Methodists by certificate by me
      JF Wilson Pastor;
      both signed
      Stephen Hartas Registrar
      William George Swalwell; Edna C Knaggs
      --------------------------------
      GRO Index @ Ancestry
      Richard Rudsdale
      Spouse Surname: Knaggs
      Date of Registration: Apr-May-Jun 1941
      Registration district: Whitby
      Inferred County: Yorkshire North Riding
      Volume Number: 9d Page Number: 1222

      ___________________________________________________________
      NEWSPAPER RECORDS
      Whitby Gazette
      April 26th, at the Hawsker Methodist/ Church, by Pastor T. F. Wilson, Mr./ Richard Rudsdale, of Hollywell Farm,/ Loftus, to Nancy, elder daughter of Mr./ and Mrs. J. T. Knaggs, of Jubilee House,/ Low Hawsker.
    Children 
     1. David Rudsdale,   b. 8 Aug 1948, Chubb Hill Nursing Home, Whitby, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 2002, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 53 years)
    Last Modified 9 Jun 2013 
    Family ID F1340  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsBirth Registration - Vol. 9d, p. 978 - Between 1 Oct 1911 and 31 Dec 1911 - Guisborough Registration District, Yorkshire, England Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBorn - 14 Nov 1911 - Finkle Bottoms, Fryup, Yorkshire, England Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsEducation - Book Prize - 1916 - Fryup Wesleyan Sunday School, Fryup, Yorkshire, England Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsEducation - Started School - 26 Feb 1917 - Fryup School, Danby, Yorkshire, England Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - Book Prize - 1918 - Fryup Wesleyan Sunday School, Fryup, Yorkshire, England Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsEducation - Left School - 30 Apr 1920 - Fryup School, Danby, Yorkshire, England Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsEducation - Started School - 3 May 1920 - Grosmont School, Grosmont, Yorkshire, England Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsEducation - Book Prize - 1922 - Grosmont Wesleyan Sunday School, Grosmont, Yorkshire, England Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsEducation - Left School - 1 Sep 1924 - Grosmont School, Grosmont, Yorkshire, England Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsEducation - Started school - 6 Jan 1925 - Grosmont School, Grosmont, Yorkshire, England Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsEducation - Left School - 7 Jan 1926 - Grosmont School, Grosmont, Yorkshire, England Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsEmployment - Reference Letter - 13 Dec 1939 - Grosmont, Yorkshire, England Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - After Marriage - 1941 - Duncan Place, Loftus, Yorkshire, England Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarriage Registration - Vol. 9d, p. 1222 - Between 1 Apr 1941 and 30 Jun 1941 - Whitby Registration District, Yorkshire, England Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarried - 26 Apr 1941 - Methodist Church, Hawsker, Yorkshire, England Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsProbate Records - Probate of Grandmother Margaret Isabel RUDSDALE nee COOPER - 12 Jun 1942 - York, Yorkshire, England Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDeath Registration - Vol. 1b, p. 1601 - Between 1 Oct 1969 and 31 Dec 1969 - Cleveland Registration District, Yorkshire, England Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDied - 23 Nov 1969 - Coronation Road, Loftus, Yorkshire, England Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBuried - Aft 23 Nov 1969 - Arlington Crescent Methodist Church, Loftus, Yorkshire, England Link to Google Earth
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