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They emigrated from Pakistan to Australia, and changed the spelling of their last name to Bachaus. I am trying to find relatives of Lawrence and Hazel Backhouse. My mother was Audree Rowland and as far as I know they all came from York.
Submitted by: Christine Matovich Address: 9211 NW 25th Avenue, Vancouver, Washington 98665, USA email: [email protected] I am looking for information on Richard Brown Backhouse, born in Helmsley, Yorkshire in 1910 and emigrated to Canada in 1949, and his parents who would have lived in Yorkshire all their lives. As I am coming to Yorkshire soon any information would be gratefully accepted. Submitted by: Steven Paul Durham email: [email protected] I am trying to trace the parents of Stephen Backhouse born 1816 in Ellerton, East Yorkshire.
When he was severely wounded and sent home to West Bromwich did his parents refuse to allow Mary and the baby Harriet the right to see their son?
Joseph died May 30, 1815…Mary died August 1, 1816 leaving Harriet age 4 an orphan to be raised by her mother’s sister, Catherine Bagley Trotter hence Harriet became Harriet Richards Trotter Dale who married Christopher Dale and emigrated to Canada in the mid 1800’s settling finally in Huron County building the brick home I grew up in! I think we are at time in our society to be more accepting of what happened with our ancestors – I am curious to find out the real story.
Submitted by: Lynne Davison Address: 61 Spring Walk, Worksop email: [email protected] mum was borne in Yorkshire.
She talked about Whitby, Sheriff Hutton, and Scarborough.
Harriet’s birth date is online as April 27, 1813 but in the family bible that is with our family, she recorded her own birth date as April 27, 1812…there in lies my quest – was Mary pregnant and banished from West Bromwich to Melsonby?
did Joseph sneak away to Barnsley to marry Mary in secret before he left to serve in the war?
After a mass of research, it seems that I am, at age 64, the last ‘son’ (having no children) of this Bailey line going back to Liverpool to 1837 ie. He was once stationed at Methwold/Feltwell, East Anglia. He was born in the range of 1920, give a few years each way. I know the chances are slim to none, but nothig ventured nothing gained.Mary Bagley is buried in Melsonby and Joseph Richards is buried in West Bromwich.