|Metcalfe Posts - Archives - 2001 to 2002
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|24 December 2002||Cath Sowden, #844||I have found Mary Metcalfe, daughter of Richard Metcalfe and Betsey Kellett, on the 1901 census. She is a visiter at her daughter Jane's who is a Housekeeper at Lunesfield. She is given as being present at her mother's death (Betsey) Name Mary A Woof address 68 Mount Pleasant, Barrow in Furnace. Betsey's address Hutchinson Yard - has anyone any knowledge of this family?|
|2 December 2002||Rohesia Hamilton Metcalfe||I am looking for information on the parentage of James Metcalfe from London, b. 5 June 1780, bapt 8 October 1780 at St. Marylebone. First married Elizabeth Hooper in Dorset, 5 May 1808; had 3 children before she died (Elizabeth, William and James), then married Anne Veal on 2 August, 1823 at Ringwood Parish Church and had one more son, Henry Geldart Metcalfe (22 May 1824). I believe his father was a William Metcalfe, who married an Ann (in Marylebone, London), but that is all I know. Any further information would be appreciated.|
|29 November 2002||Christine Hickton, New Zealand||I am looking for a Charles Medcalf who may have fathered my g grandmother Ann Elizabeth Blanchard in Keelby, Lincolnshire abt 1862. She was probably illegitimate. Her father was given as "Charles Medcroft" on her death certificate. Her mother was still alive so that could be more or less correct! I have just discovered that a family by the name of Medcalf lived next door at the time, but I don't know if there was a Charles.|
|25 November 2002||'Those Sowdens'||I am tring to find Jane Metcalfe who on the 1901 census was a housekeeper age 48yrs. Have been unable to find where or when she died. Also her younger sister Margaret Metcalfe. Jane worked for the Longsdale family of Lowther.|
|3 November 2002||Scott Garrett||I am writing to you in hope that someone can provide me with some information regarding one John S. Metcalf who in 1899 formed a company in Chicago, Illinois called John S. Metcalf Company. John S. Metcalf Company was located in Chicago, Illinois but later opened an office in Montreal, Quebec, Canada as well as Sydney Australia. John S. Metcalf Company were engineers and constructors of grain elevators and in 1910 constructed one one of the largest grain elevators on the Great Lakes near Victoria Harbour, Ontario, Canada for the Canadian Pacific Railway. I am looking for any information about John S. Metcalf himself or the company. Any information, however insignificant it may seem would be appreciated.|
|5 October 2002||Wendy Metcalfe||Can anybody help with finding an out of print book, listing the part of the '100 white horsemen of Craven' in the protection of Lady Anne Gray (?) during the Civil War. The family story tells that the majority of the horsemen were Metcalfes. Does the book exist, and what is the basis of the story?|
|13 Septmber 2002||EFFSR@aol.com||I am looking for information about Ada Monroe Metcalf, born 1875, died in Tampa, Hillsborough County, FL. I believe she was born in Lincoln County, KS. Her father was Levi W. Metcalf, mother was Amanda Fitzleon Hunt.|
|8 Septmber 2002||Florence Metcalfe, New Zealand||I have always had a desire to locate my father's family in the U.K. I have little information to go on. All I know is that my father was born Clarence Laurence Metcalfe, 19 Feb 1927. He was born in Winestead in Yorkshire. We knew him as Larry. I do know that he had two brothers, one named Charles, who worked in the finance sector?, and the other brother was named Ron or Ronnie Metcalfe. I believe the two were very successful business men. My father died in 1988 and since his death a desire of mine has been to locate his family. Any help that you could offer would be very much appreciated.|
|6 Septmber 2002||Michael Lacey Metcalfe, New Zealand||I would love to hear of anyone who knows of any Lacey Metcalfe. My father Brian Ernest Lacey Metcalfe is from Armly, Leeds. His mother was Kathleen Lacey Metcalfe and I would like to know if anyone knows how the Lacey name got there, or indeed if there are any other Lacey Metcalfe families out there.|
|1 Septmber 2002||Bob Robinson||Looking for information regarding Margeret Metchalfe who married Edward Thistlethwaite in 1881 at Hawes, Yorkshire. Father was Thomas Metchalfe.|
|18 August 2002||Hugh Casement||I am keen to know more about Elizabeth Metcalf(e) who on 19 Dec. 1650 m. Timothy Mauleverer of Arncliffe Hall, Ingleby Arncliffe, Northallerton, North Riding of Yorkshire. Burke's Landed Gentry names her father as George Metcalfe, but their grandson, in his notes on the back of a vellum roll, showed him as William Metcalf of Northallerton. She d. 22 [Mauleverer family bible] or 23 [parish register] May 1674 and was bur. in the Mauleverer grave or vault at Ingleby Arncliffe. Timothy was b. 12 May 1627, d. 24 Jan. 1685/6 aged 58.|
|13 August 2002||Joan Powell||Trying to trace the family of Minnie METCALFE who was in Sydney or Melbourne, Australia around 1895. At that time, it would appear from the photograph, she would have been about 20-25 years old. Thank you.|
|10 August 2002||Karen Metcalfe, UK, #1353||Looking for info on Christopher James Metcalfe born about 1855 in Settle. He married Sarah Jane Bailey and on 1881 cencus they lived at 21 Dawson St, Skipton with 2 kids - Florance 4 & Fred 5m.|
|10 August 2002||Kevin Smith, Australia|| Looking for information on Mary Jane Medcraf, b 1855 Oxford
City Oxon. Married Daniel Duncan, b 1849 Exeter Devon, on 25 December 1872, at
Saint Mary, Reading, Berks. They had 3 Children: Emily Florence b 1873 Theale,
Albert E. b 1877 Reading, Archibald b 1880 Reading. Emily married Matthew Davis
1895, at Reading Berks, and emmigrated to Australia in 1912.
I am also trying to link the family of Harry Medcraf and wife Fanny Guy, to this family, as Harry was the Mayor of Rockhampton Qld, which is where Emily and family landed in Australia. Mary Jane Medcraf is the Great Grandmother of my wife. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
|31 July 2002||Blair Joyce||I have been trying to research my grandfather: George Blair Metcalf b. 17 JUL 1891 in Kearny, New Jersey, USA. His father is George Blair Metcalf and his mother is Ellen Boyle. He married Emily Louise Bull 4 FEB 1914 and they had two daughters: Ivy Emily Metcalf and Dorothy Blair Metcalf. Emily died in 1922 and George married Catherine Fitzsimmons 21 SEP 1927 in Harrison, New Jersey USA. George Metcalf died 9 APR 1959 in Kearny, New Jersey, USA. I am his grand-daughter, Ivy's daughter, and my name is Blair Joyce. I was named after my grandfather. I cannot find a George Blair Metcalf anywhere in the USA! If anyone has information, please contact me.|
|17 July 2002||Arthur Metcalfe||Francis Earl Metcalfe : I am trying to find about my brother, born 17/5/43. Died 6/4/67. Cremation took place on 11/4/67, at Centennial Park Crematorium, Adelaide, South Australia at 11.30am local time.|
|5 July 2002||Derek Metcalfe, #1376, UK||My Grandfather was Robert Metcalfe, a Master Butcher, who died in 1935 aged 78yrs. in St.Helens, Lancs, born in Liverpool about 1857. He married Margaret Turner in 1880 at Prescot, Lancs. I am trying to trace his father (my Great grandfather), who was also a butcher and alive in Liverpool aged about 61 yrs, in 1891. He was born in Yorkshire. Please e-mail with any infomation. Many thanks.|
|28 June 2002||Karen Metcalfe, #1353, UK||Searching for Fred Metcalfe born about 1880. He married Emily Harrison but don't know when and can't find marriage certificate. They came from Yorkshire and their address at the time was Pear Tree Cottage, Denton. They had 8 children - Fred, Clara, Harry, Florance, James and Norman (twins), Annie and Alan, may not be in correct order. Can anyone help?|
|18 June 2002||Pat||My ancestors - Richard and Cicely Metcalfe - lived at a farm called "Eppy Head" in the township of Daleside, Yorkshire. The exact name of the place is confusing as I also have names like Helmsley and Hawnby but understand the place is located about 30km northwest of York City. Apparently there is very little left of the farm house save a few boulders that were once a part of the foundation. Does anyone out there have any photographs of this farm location?|
|13 June 2002||Chris Gallagher||Has anyone researched the enlistment and conscription of Metcalfes into the armed services during WWI. I am particularly interested in the West Yorkshire Regiment and the Duke of Wellingtons West Riding Regiment, but not exclusively so.|
|10 June 2002||Alan Metcalf, member #1312|| I'm looking for any information on Norman Mt. (my gt gt
grandfather). I have his wedding certificate but not enough information to send
for a birth certificate yet. He was married on 24th. July 1886 at Brentford
Registry Office Middx, where he gave his age as 22 years and his fathers name
is written as John William Mt. (deceased). This marriage certificate is a photo
copy, not a typed copy, never the less I'm still not happy that the name
William is correct, for the following reasons; the bride's father was given as
William Chalk (deceased) which is why I think William has been written twice.
Also because the word "John" has been put in on top of "William
Metcalf". Rather than "John William Metcalf" or with
"Metcalf" on the second line.
I have found two sisters of Norman (Sarah Ann and Mary) on the 1881 census and they said they came from Hull and Sarah was christened in Beverley Yorks.
So in summery I'm looking for Norman Metcalf born 1863 - 1865 his father is John ? Metcalf and Norman was possibly born in Hull. If I can find out where he was born then I can get a birth certificate and solve the William query and at the same time confirm both of his parents.
|9 June 2002||Noel Garner||I would love to hear from anyone with the name Metcalf (e) from Cork in Ireland. My grandmother Lilly Metcalf (e) was born in Cork. Her family left for England, Nuneaton Wks when she was a young child. Lilly married a Fred Webb. My mother Veronica Webb remembers visiting family in Cork when she was a young child - my mother has requested that we re-visit Cork, hence the request, so I have something to go on when we visit.|
|31 May 2002||Thomas Metcalfe||I am looking for People whos last name is Mawson. My Great Grandmother, Mawson first name unknown who married a Henry Metcalfe dates unknown. Sometime in the late 1800s or early 1900s. My Grandfather was born in 1914 in Barrow-in-Furness England. They also had two other children Margret and Ella. Anyone can help?|
|31 May 2002||Chris McRitchie||Looking for information about Peter George Metcalfe. He was born in Sheffield. Married Dorothy(Dora) Bingham from Preston. They had six children between 1907-1920, then he left his family. The children were born in different areas of Leeds, but they all went back to Sheffield, where they have stayed. Being still a young man he probably started another family. Any information at all would be very welcome.|
|27 May 2002||Anne Clarkson South Africa||Ann METCALFE was born circa 1723, the daughter of John METCALFE, a labourer of Hutton. She married John CLARKSON and they lived at Topcliffe, North Yorkshire. I am looking for any further information on this branch of the METCALFE family.|
|28 Apr 2002||Richard Harker, UK||I am searching for a GEORGE METCALFE born app. 1856 at Hawes, Yorkshire, mothers name Susannah, no Father, appears on 1881 Census age 25 unmarried still at Hawes but reputedly emigrated to North Dakota between 1881 and 1892. Any information i.e. passenger lists, marriage, death, will, would be appreciated. I have found a record of a George Metcalfe being allocated a Homestead in Stark County ND in 1889 but cannot verify if he is mine. Any help/information would be appreciated.|
|25 Apr 2002||Des Todd, Australia||My Mother was Adelaide Rose Metcalfe from Noreswood New Zealand. She had brothers and a sister. Albert.. Sydney.. Her sisters married name was Price. Adelaide's Mother came from England. Has anyone information on the above names.|
|24 Apr 2002||Robert Coutts, Wellington, New Zealand||Hi. My name is Robert A Coutts from New Zealand. Looking for information on Captain Charles Metcalfe (of Fort St. George, Madras) b. c1655; died 1709, wife unknown...had five children.. 1. James 1686 x Mary Benson....2. Ann 1688 x Benjamin Alicooke....3. Sara 1691-1711.....4. Caroline 1693.....5. William 1697-1785 x Catherine Affleck. Would love to hear from anyone connected to the people above. This information was supplied to me by Dianne Fox of Australia.|
|21 Apr 2002||Cath Sowden, #844, UK|| My Grandfather Richard Metcalfe joined the Royal Navel Police
as at 14yrs of age he died on the Cruiser "Aboukier" in 1914 when the
ship was the first of 3 ships Torpedoed Sep 1914, his name is on the Chatham
Naval Memoriel. A great many sailors lost there lives that day.
Looking for info on Mary Metcalfe, born ? 1853 dau of Richard Metcalfe and his wife Betsey Kellett, Mary had an elder brother my Great Grandfather, Robert born Skelmerg 1850. Also a sister Jane (Jinney) born 1851, Jane became a member of the household of the Earle of Longsdale, Jane did not marry, died ? Kendal area between 1934/1940. Any info would be very welcome.
|11 Apr 2002||Dave Renaud||Looking for a copy of our family crest (silver with three calves). Without having to join any clubs. I want to tattoo it on the back of my neck in the name of family pride if someone could e-mail me with it, it would be greatly appreciated. E-Mail me at email@example.com. Thank-you|
|29 Mar 2002||Michael Meyers, USA, M1343||Does anyone have any information on the following: Ann Metcalf b. Jun 1810 in Marsham, Yorkshire, England d. 18 Jan 1869 in IL, USA. She was the daughter of James Metcalf of Masham Parish, Yorkshire, England and Elizabeth Kirkland.|
|15 Mar 2002||Jan Winer, Canada||Looking for any info on my grandfather George Metcalfe born in England Feb.8 1874 Son of Wm. Metcalfe and Margaret Keith. Other children were Francis, Florence(Florrie) and Fredrick. I think that Florrie married a Charlie Petch. My grandfather came to Canada about 1894 and Francis came after WW1.|
|19 Feb 2002||Kathy Petersen||I am look for information on Simon Metcalfe b.9/1735 England d.1794 Queen Charlotte Island. Simon had a brother James. Any information on this family would be of great help. Simon is my gggggrandfather.|
|15 Feb 2002||Ray Chapman, UK||I have recently discovered that I have a half-brother called Paul Roger Metcalfe (D.O.B - 11/09/71). He is the son of Roger Metcalfe (D.O.B - 19/04/45) and June Metcalfe (formerly Cooper). Their last known address was 99 Blaxland House, White City Estate, Hammersmith, London. Does anyone know any of these people or could you help me to find them?|
|14 Feb 2002||Charlene California, USA||I am looking for relatives of Anna Metcalfe. Attended Oshawa Missionary College near Toronto, Canada in 1929. I have found something of hers and would like to return it to her family.|
|4 Feb 2002||Colin & Les Wilson||I have discovered a Margaret Metcalf in my tree! She was first married to Stephen Sedgwick and had a son also named Stephen. Stephen died around 1760 - he died in a snow storm a few hundred yards from their home on Ingleton Fells. Margaret remarried a Peter Moore, also from the Ingleton area. Information on Margaret's family would be appreciated. I am particularly interested to discover if there are any other links to the Sedgwick family in earlier generations.|
|30 Jan 2002||Yvonne Moffatt||Can anyone help me to trace CHARLES W METCALFE. born in Richmond Yorkshire in 1885. He was living in Cornforth Hill in 1891 with his mother Judith Margaret (nee Garth) and his father Matthew Metcalfe born 1854 son of Christopher Metcalfe (db1833) and Frances Metcalfe (they were first cousins). I believe that Charles W could have gone to Pensylvania and married a girl called Frances (this is not verified). Any information on Metcalfes leaving Yorkshire or Northumberland for the USA post 1880 would be much appreciated.|
|29 Jan 2002||Ruth Carr, #912, Canada|| W.H. Metcalfe, soldier.
About two months ago, I had a query from a person in England about a W.H. Metcalfe. My father was W.H. Metcalfe but he was not the same one. I replied to the person but have since lost their email address. The person told me that they were writing a book and wanted to include the W.H. Metcalfe. I have since obtained some info which might be of interest and it is posted on this Metcalfe Society website. Also, I have another bit of info which is not posted. If you are that person in England, please contact me or surf the Society website. Good Luck!
|27 Jan 2002||Stephanie Santaana, New Zealand||Hello from New Zealand. Infomation or contacts sought in relation to the Warwickshire Metcalfs - (Fenny Compton and Birmingham in particular). I had contact with Nina back in the 1980's on this matter, and have some family tree details. Am interested in more information and have just applied to join the Society to this end. Most interested in Charles METCALF Bp 10.1.1813 in Fenny Compton, son of Joseph and Ann; and his wife Maria JOINER.|
|27 Jan 2002||Maureen Taylor, USA||My grandmother was Mary Ellen Metcalfe. The only info I have is on my mothers birth certificate, Elsie Layton, born to Robert Layton and Mary Ellen Metcalfe, 28th January, 1912, in Front Street, Broompark, Broom, sub-district Brandon, County of Durham. Any one out there have any suggestion how I can obtain a marriage certificate? so I can trace back from there on my grandmothers family, I would be so thrilled for any suggestions. Thanks.|
|2 Jan 2002||Heather, New Zealand||I would like to know if anyone has any information or knows where I should look for information on Joseph Metcalfe, Goldsmith & Jeweller, 146 Oxford St, London, in 1817 & 1827 London directories. Also Caroline Metcalfe working Jeweller 88 Oxford St, in 1839 Pigots London directory. Thanks.|
|31 Dec 2001||Cgoodacre@aol.com||Looking to trace others who may have my gggrandfather, Charles Metcalfe, in their ancestral line. His mother was Frances Justice, he had a sister Lotty and brother Tom and possibly others. He married Rose Depledge whose mother was Clara Priscilla Barker. Their children were Clara (my grandmother born 12/7/1894) Rose, Fred, Harry, Archie and Nora Eileen born 4/7/1908, all born in Whixley Road, Darnall, Sheffield.|
|26 Dec 2001||Pete Moonan||Hi there, I have posted some original indentures from the 16 & 1700's on ebay - they will be of interest to any Metcalf. One of the links is http://cgi.ebay.com/aw-cgi/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=1400227245 from there you may go to 'my other auctions' to see the rest. Thank you.|
|4 Dec 2001||Eileen von Dadelszen, New Zealand||Hello from New Zealand!
I am trying to find descendants or information relating to George Edward Gibson Metcalfe, who was born around 1856/7 in Blackheath, London, son of Margaret Christine (nee von Dadelszen) and John Gibson Metcalfe. I understand he was a medical doctor.
|23 Nov 2001||Kathy, USA||I am looking for information on Simon Metcalfe born 9/1735, had a brother James, I think he was born at Bolton-on-Swale, or close by. He married Catherin Murphy in 1763 or 4 and in 1765 had a son George before moving to the new world, or what we call it the USA. Any information would be of great help.|
|22 Nov 2001||Amanda Fearns, UK|| I am interested to find other descendants of Metcalfe
families from the Lunds area. Also does anybody connect to this family taken
from the 1851 Askrigg Census:
George is my ggggrandfather. The children of Mary, (Widow) are the children of George Metcalfe, James aged 2 is the illegitimate child of Mary.
|15 Nov 2001||Fiona Robinson, New Zealand||I am searching for information on Alice Metcalf possibly from the Blackburn/Lanchashire area. Born early 1800's. Married Thomas Ellison. Daughter Hannah Ellison born Oswaldtwistle, UK 1840.|
|18 Oct 2001||Delphine McDonnell, M497, Australia|| I am looking for my great uncles as follows :
Alfred born c 1876/7. GRO indexes reg 2nd Qtr or 4th Qtr born Hull, lived Beverley at least up to 1891 census. Could have gone to America or Canada.
William born 1878. GRO indexes reg 3rd qtr 1878 Sculcoates (Hull). Lived Beverley at least to 1891 census. Have been contacted by John Booth but appear not to be related to his line in late 18thc. Also could have gone to America or Canada.
Also Henry shown on 1851 census for Beverley aged 19, born Brandesburton, wheelwright. In the house of John Metcalfe, wheelwright (Gt.Gt. GF) and family.
Hope someone can help.
|17 Oct 2001||Monique Jones, New Zealand|| Hello from New Zealand to all at the Medcalf/Metcalf Society
I wonder if any of your readers/subscribers can help me to locate any info on my 4x Gt Grand father Henry Medcalf (born 1756 at Hundon, Suffolk). He married 11 Dec 1781 to Susan Fitch (b 1751 Steeple Bumpstead) daughter of Samuel Fitch of Saffron Walden, Essex. I am searching for his parents and siblings. Can anyone help please! My tree is as below, I have all the siblings and info as far back as Henry and would be happy to share the info I have with other Medcalf researchers. My family tree of Medcalfs starts from my mother (Living)... born at Saffron Walden, Essex 1913.
My grandfather was Mortimer Medcalf b 1875 Hempstead, Sfk.
Gt grandfather Esau b 1842 Steeple Bumpstead, Sfk.
GG Grandfather Robert b 1813 Stradishall, Sfk.
GGG Grandfather George b 1786 Denston, Sfk .
GGGG Grandfather Henry b 1756 Hundon.
|15 Oct 2001||Gina Atkinson, UK|| Hi, I wonder if anyone in your society has information on my
Great Grandmother, Jane Gertrude Metcalfe.
She could have been born about 1884-85. She married Harry Pinkney, who died before their daughter Edith Annie was born on the 26 Jun 1903 in Hunslet. She later married a George Huller and lived in Leeds. I would appreciate any information that that you may have.
|06 May 2001||Trixie (Beatrix) Walker - #1024, UK|| My grandfather - Ernest Metcalfe - had 10 brothers and
sisters, 6 of whom emigrated to America (steerage) I believe between 1890 and
1900. There names were:
Alfred m. Phoebe Peacock
Elizabeth m. Frank Burton (Frank went too!)
Richard m. Minnie Trumbull
Henry m. Rose Marsh
John m. Mary Croudace
Frederick Valentine m. Hattie Peacock
Unfortunately I have lost touch with any descendents of these people. Would be interested in hearing from American relatives connected to the above names.
Also, I have a great deal of records regarding the COVERDALE Metcalfes, if anyone would like to contact me.
|13 Apr 2001||Charles Metcalfe (M305)|| IS THIS OUR ROOT ? Or Do You Recognise the Description?
"There are two very extensive tribes in Britain, the Caledonians and the Maeatae ( ? Metcalfes ? ). The Maeatae dwell close up to the cross-wall which cuts the island in two, the Caledonians beyond them. Both live on wild waterless hills or forlorn and swampy plains, without walls, or towns or husbandry, subsisting on pastoral products and the nuts which they gather. They have fish in plenty but do not eat it. They live in huts, go naked and unshod; make no separate marriages, and rear all their offspring. They mostly have a democratic government, and are much addicted to robbery. They can bear hunger and cold and all manner of hardship; they will retire in to their marshes and hold out for days with only their heads above water, and in the forest they will subsist on bark and roots." - Dio Cassius 200 A.D.
A fair & true translation from the Latin!
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