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Looking for Yorkshire Worsnops

Query by snippey

My grandfather was a farmer at Birstwith near Harrogate, I think his ancestors originated from the Leeds area. I am starting from scratch to complete my family tree.

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on 2011-03-09 09:21:22

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by cathmw on 2016-07-26 03:07:48

Hello There,
I think it's really great that one comes across so many people in this hobby of genealogy that are so willing to help others with their history.

I married into the Worsnop family and do the Genealogy for my Husband who is directly linked to Thomas Adolphus Worsnop via his son Sydney D'arcy Worsnop that went to NZ.
My husband Stan is the son of Stanley Roy Worsnop who in turn is a son of Sydney D'arcy Worsnop.
It seems to be that on the marriage record of Thomas Adolphus Worsnop wed to Emma Hester Gould that he states his father is Charles Worsnop guestamated to have been born between abt 1795-1800 somewhere in Yorkshire. No real evidenve of who the mother was although again it has been recorded on most peoples sites as Emma Woolen but i have not found any proof as yet.
Apparently T A Worsnop arrived in Australia in 1854 although many think it to be 1846.
Either way one would expect to find this Thomas in either the 1841 or 1851 UK census records.
Then theres also speculation that Thomas Adolphus Worsnop came to Australia with some of his siblings but I've still not found verification of this either.
So I guess my plea is to all those kindred rellies out there that if they know anything that may help me find the missing links, I'd be really greatful thanx.

Best Regards to you all
Cath Worsnop

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