Appeals For Help


A plea for help (Feb '10)

I have in my possession a Bible Bearing the names on the inner leaf of Charles Canty 1897 Barton upon Humber and below,

Mary Canty 1851. 

 Is it possible to trace any related family with a view to reunite the bible?

 

If you can help please e-mail inbarton at help@inbarton.co.uk and I will pass it along.

Thank you


A plea for help (Dec '08)

Does anyone have any information please on the Pinchbeck family who ran a jewellers shop at 15 George Street?I believe it opened in 1932 and continued under the Pinchbeck name until at least 1973.
 

If you can help please e-mail Chris at: treemailbox2008-ancestors@yahoo.co.uk

Thanks


A plea for help (Nov '08)

Hi I really need help.
My father (Leslie Green), who was born in Barton, died in 1983 from Presenial Dementia and Pneumonia, aged 46.  His father (Herbert Green), who was also born in Barton, died in 1962 of Dementia and Pneumonia, aged 44.  Now my sister does not have long and has Dementia and Pneumonia, and again is aged 44.
I would like any help tracing other members of my family.

Please, can anyone HELP. 
If you do have any information please email andrea_blunt@msn.com

Andrea Blunt


A plea for help (Nov '07)

My maternal grandmother was called Lucy Sempers. She was born in Barton on Humber. She later lived in the Cannock area and died in the 1970's. Her brothers and sisters were called Nell, Alice, Arther and Walter. Did/does she have and brothers and sisters or relatives in Barton Still? If you know of anyone who could help please let me know by contacting lisa@lisabanksmusic.co.uk .

Thank you for your help.

Lisa Banks


A plea for help (Oct '07)

If anyone has any information or old photographs or information relating to the Fox, Burton, black and Glad families of Barton around the 1860's and 1870's could you please let Paul Kettlewell know, initially by contacting inbarton.co.uk.

Thank you for your help.

If you do have any information please contact me (webmaster) at help@inbarton.co.uk and I will pass the information on.


A plea for help (March '07)

Do you or anyone you know have any items, information or stories relating to the old carriers of Barton?
Inbarton is looking to research the old carriers (horse drawn carriages) and needs your help. If you do have any information please contact me (webmaster) at help@inbarton.co.uk.

Thank you.


A plea for help (Dec '06)

Help inbarton keep Barton history in Barton

Have you cleared out your loft, attic, cellar, shed or anywhere else and found some old rubbish? Does any of it relate to Barton or the surrounding area? If so please help inbarton keep Barton history in Barton by contacting me (webmaster) at help@inbarton.co.uk and I will try my best to re-house the item/s for you. It is important to keep the history of Barton alive, and with your help we can do just that.

Thank you.


Information request (Dec '06)

Do you or anyone you know have any items, information or stories relating to the old Anchor Brewery on Pasture Road?
Inbarton is looking to research the old Anchor Brewery and needs your help. If you do have any information please contact me (webmaster) at help@inbarton.co.uk.

Thank you.


An Appeal for Help (06 June '06)

From Mrs Gillian Primett

My Great Grandmother was Elizabeth Cuthbert from Barton on Humber - she married Ralph Nairn Allison - a commercial traveller for Allison Pianos. I don't know when they married but their first child was born in 1884 (Eleanor) - in Barton on Humber - my grandmother Florence Allison was born in London a year later.

If any Cuthberts, or anyone interested in my family history would like to contact me then initially email help@inbarton.co.uk and it will be passed on.


A plea for help (Nov '05)

Eric Curtis now living in Australia is looking for information/photographs about the Convent School in Barton.
He came to Barton near to the end of the Second World War with his mother, her older sister Mary and her baby daughter Marie. They came to Barton to be near his aunt's husband, Timothy O'Sullivan, who was serving in the RAF at Elsham aerodrome.
They rented upstairs rooms in a two or three storey house not far from the main street in Barton, which was near to a church with gravestones that can be read from the street.

If anyone can help please contact Cath at Champ on Baysgarth House Tel:01652 637568 or email CHAMP@btconnect.com


 

Missing Family Bible

Has anyone seen or does anyone know where-abouts of a Family Bible, possible loaned out by my late Mother, Florence Clipson. Approx 12ins by 9ins by 3ins. It has (or had) a home-fitted brown paper protective cover and is distinguishable by having quite a list of Middleton and Welton family birth and marriage dates hand-written in side the hardback front cover. If anyone has seen this Bible please let me know - Terry Clipson, 24 Chapel Lane, Barton upon Humber, DN18 5PJ Tel 01652 634456 email ntclipson@barton-upon-humber.freeserve.co.uk


Appeal for Information

Does anyone have any old Barton directories or any other material relating to Barton you no longer need? If so please email info@inbarton.co.uk with details and they may help towards stories on this site.


Appeal for Information

Does anyone know about a committee that operated in Barton in the 1920's. It is the Barton upon Humber Sub Committee of Whitecross Street. If you have any information please email info@inbarton.co.uk


Appeal for help

If anyone knows anyone who worked at Hoppers could you please contact the Civic Society or email civicsociety@inbarton.co.uk


Appeal for help

If anyone knows which buildings were used as the boarding schools in Fleetgate could you please contact the Civic Society or email civicsociety@inbarton.co.uk


Appeal for help

Would anyone with information about Hoppers please email Nigel Land at ndland@btinternet.com to assist him in a book he is planning. The information can be about any aspect, all will be welcome.


Baysgarth House Museum

What do you think of the idea to run the museum with voluntary labour, do you agree with North Lincolnshire Council transferring the museum to CHAMP, would you like to volunteer to help run the museum? Send your comments, good or bad, to civicsociety@inbarton.co.uk. Baysgarth House Museum is an important part of the towns heritage and is important for tourism and the trade that it consequently brings. Please help us save it. Click here for more details of the Museum.


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