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I am researching Joseph Steers, my great granfather. I have numerous photographs of the family in front of Wharf House at the Quay in the early 1900's.Can any one confirm that the house was where the Thorne Boat Services is now, situated near the bridge? When was the house pulled down?

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I'm also trying to trace Jane Ball, daughter of Morris Ball if anybody can help?

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I'm trying to do some research on my Grandfather Dyson Wilson who was from Thorne, he lived at Moorville Farm. Can anybody point me in the right direction please? Dave

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How do I become a member77222

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Hi

My GGG Grandather was Wiilaim Cooper master blacksmith. He married Sarah Ellis Hatmaker from Fishlake.
William was originaly from Gamston in NOttinghamshire. The Coopers later married into the Bramham family who worked on the canals and rivers. I am originally from Derbyshire but lived in Tetney in Lincolnshire. Now in cambridge


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Wondering if anyone can help me with a question about 1851 census. My Great-Great-Great-Grandmother was a widow lived at 25 Hatfield Road - Thorne, Yorkshire, England - census states she was "proprietor of Hawks or Hanks" and wondered what that was or meant??? The 10 year old Granddaughter living with her at that time - Mary Ann Lane - was my Great-Grandmother. Just trying to find more information about this family line. Any help would be appreciated. Sincerely, Bette Russnogle

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Excellent site, very interesting. Six years ago I moved into a house on Southfield Road that was built by Ernest Maleham and the adjoining land was used as a nursery I believe. I wonder if anyone has any memories of this business or better still any pictures?
Many thanks.


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Keith

You can always see the poster on here

http://thornewarmemorial.org.uk/history-society.html


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The Thorne Local History Society section of this website states

As yet no Information available for next meeting
This site needs someone to maintain it URGENT!!

Unfortunately nowhere is there any indication of who to contact.

If someone would like to contact me I am sure that we can sort something out.

Admin reply: http://historyofthorne.com/ - click on the link top right may get you somewhere?


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Fascinating collection of historic information. Does anyone know when the old vicarage on Stonegate ceased to be the vicarage? Was it replaced at that time by the current vicarage in Brooke Street? Was this latter an existing house, i.e. not built specifically as a vicarage or was a previous house replaced?

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