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A family that came from Normanby near Pickering, Robert was the school master there in the late 1790's/early 1800's.



Born. 1760 at Normanby, Yorkshire, England. He was married to Mary Huddleston, b. 1764, at Normanby on 27 Dec 1788. Their daughter, Ann, c. 3 Nov 1799, married Robert Ellis at Pickering, North Yorkshire in 1816. Robert and Ann had several children at Pickering before emigrating to America in 1830, where four more children were born at Onondaga County, New York. Robert and Ann are both buried at Cascade, Dubuque County, Iowa.


Hannah HESSELTINE  died 9th June 1865, at Salton, relict of the late Mr. Phillip Hesseltine, of Normanby, aged 90 years.



Mrs. Robinson, buried in York Minster October, 1634. Probably Frances, the first wife of Luke Robinson, esq., of Thornton-Riseborough, and daughter of Phineas Hodson, D.D., chancellor of York. She was baptized at St. Michael's-le-Belfrey, 11 March, 1614-15, and married there, 9 May, 1633. Her only daughter, who became the wife of Thos. Strangeways, esq., of Pickering, was baptized in the same church, 27 March 1634.



From a index held in the YORK reference Library Prisoners brought to trial at, York Assizes 1785 1851.  Case 2041 George Robinson of Marton 8 March 1800.




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