Robert Barber of the Holme Valley, England, & his descendants

Robert Barber of the Holme Valley, England, & his descendants


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Sources


1 IGI (International Genealogical Index).

2 Holmbridge, Hinchliffe Mill & Holmfirth Methodist.

3 Holmbridge (Hinchliffe Mill Methodist).

4 unknown possibly George Hirst, "Little Red Book" (1915 approx possibly. The book was known within the family and thought to have gone missing however it was found with Alison Barber Moore whose husband photocopied it for Honor Barber Casey Rawlings. ref. Honor Rawlings).

5 (In Wakefield Record Office UK). Jan 8 1848. 75 years No.105.691 on the plan.

6 Ibid.

7 Holmfirth Chapel 1820-1852.

8 (Held in Wakefield Record Office).

9 Almondbury Baptisms.

10 IGI (International Genealogical Index), p.4673.

11 unknown possibly George Hirst, "Little Red Book" (1915 approx possibly).

12 (contact via Genesreunited on the internet), see notes.

13 Helen of Berkshire via Genes reunited, see notes.

14 Hinchliffe Mill Wesleyan Chapel Burial Ground, A Family Tree.

15 Census return 1851.

16 Census return 1861.

17 Census return 1871.

18 Holmfirth (Kirkburton parish) baptisms.

19 unknown possibly George Hirst, "Little Red Book" (1915 approx possibly. The book was known within the family and thought to have gone missing however it was found with Alison Barber Moore whose husband photocopied it for Honor Barber Casey Rawlings. ref. Honor Rawlings), Honor's File 10.1.2.

20 Ibid, Honor's File 10.3.5.

21 Hinchliffe Mill Wesleyan Chapel Burial Ground, Gravestone.

22 (contact via Genesreunited on the internet).

23 unknown possibly George Hirst, "Little Red Book" (1915 approx possibly. The book was known within the family and thought to have gone missing however it was found with Alison Barber Moore whose husband photocopied it for Honor Barber Casey Rawlings. ref. Honor Rawlings), Honor's File 10.3.6.

24 Holmfirth (Kirkburton parish) baptisms. Register entry reads "born Feb 7th 1830 Ann daughter of Firth and Hannah Barber of Kilnhouse Bank. Cartworth Clothier.

25 unknown possibly George Hirst, "Little Red Book" (1915 approx possibly. The book was known within the family and thought to have gone missing however it was found with Alison Barber Moore whose husband photocopied it for Honor Barber Casey Rawlings. ref. Honor Rawlings), Honor's File 10.4.8.

26 Holmbridge (Hinchliffe Mill) Methodist baptisms.

27 Helen of Berkshire via Genes reunited, see note3s.

28 Census return 1841.

29 unknown possibly George Hirst, "Little Red Book" (1915 approx possibly), Describes the family relationships.

30 unknown possibly George Hirst, "Little Red Book" (1915 approx possibly. The book was known within the family and thought to have gone missing however it was found with Alison Barber Moore whose husband photocopied it for Honor Barber Casey Rawlings. ref. Honor Rawlings), Describes the family relationships.

31 Ibid, 2nd wife Honor's File 10.1.2.

32 Ibid, Honor's File 10.2.3.

33 Ibid, Honor's File 10.2.4.

34 Hinchliffe Mill Wesleyan Chapel Burial Ground, Grave stone.

35 unknown possibly George Hirst, "Little Red Book" (1915 approx possibly. The book was known within the family and thought to have gone missing however it was found with Alison Barber Moore whose husband photocopied it for Honor Barber Casey Rawlings. ref. Honor Rawlings), Honor's File 10.4.7.

36 Holmfirth (Kirkburton parish) baptisms. Register entry reads "born Feb 7th 1830 Ann daughter of Firth and Hannah Barber of Kilnhouse Bank. Cartworth Clothier.

37 Olwynne Barber-15.

38 unknown possibly George Hirst, "Little Red Book" (1915 approx possibly), -.

39 unknown possibly George Hirst, "Little Red Book" (1915 approx possibly. The book was known within the family and thought to have gone missing however it was found with Alison Barber Moore whose husband photocopied it for Honor Barber Casey Rawlings. ref. Honor Rawlings), -.

40 unknown possibly George Hirst, "Little Red Book" (1915 approx possibly), States relationship.

41 unknown possibly George Hirst, "Little Red Book" (1915 approx possibly. The book was known within the family and thought to have gone missing however it was found with Alison Barber Moore whose husband photocopied it for Honor Barber Casey Rawlings. ref. Honor Rawlings), States relationship.

42 unknown possibly George Hirst, "Little Red Book" (1915 approx possibly), Descibes her family relationships.

43 unknown possibly George Hirst, "Little Red Book" (1915 approx possibly. The book was known within the family and thought to have gone missing however it was found with Alison Barber Moore whose husband photocopied it for Honor Barber Casey Rawlings. ref. Honor Rawlings), Descibes her family relationships.

44 Helen Mallelieu-304 to Honor Casey-17.

45 Caseys and Barbers as of 26-Nov-2000 11-35.FTW.

46 Shirley Garnett (Barber).

47 Ibid, Verbal and Family reunion.


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