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HEBDEN

Posted: 4 Jul 1998 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 9 Apr 2004 6:09PM GMT
I am interested in any information on Hebdens. Have large records on the family name so would be willing to swap information.

Hebden

Leah Rudy (View posts)
Posted: 2 Oct 1998 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 8 Apr 2006 8:43PM GMT
Surnames: HEBDEN, JACKSON, FARR
I have a Margaret Jackson who married Brian Hebden, born 1867. They had a daughter Ida, who married ? Farr. I have no other dates, but they lived in England, possibly Leeds area. Ida died within the last ten years at the age of nearly one hundred.

Farr

Leah Rudy (View posts)
Posted: 30 Nov 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Russell,

Would your John Farr have a son William who married Ida
Hebden?

Thanks,

Leah

Farr John

Russell Brooks (View posts)
Posted: 30 Nov 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Farr
John Farr Was born around 1859 in England, possibly the Isle of Man. If anyone has any info please contact me as I am at a loss to trace my tree at this stage.

Re: HEBDEN

Posted: 2 Aug 2003 9:38PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 18 Aug 2006 5:06AM GMT
Surnames: Hebden, Schofield
I have a Mary Hebden B1812 Wakefield, Yorkshire, England married Samuel Schofield, Sorell, Tasmania, Australia in 1839, she died 1862 in Tasmania.

Re: Farr John

Posted: 17 Jan 2005 2:52AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 8 Apr 2006 8:42PM GMT
Surnames: ebden
Hello Russell,
I have Ebdens in my family tree.My Ebdens were born in Barnsley, Yorkshire. Joh Ebden was born in 1831.
he married elizabeth ?? born manchester, & they had 7 chn
I think. All the chn were born Barnsley I think.
Is there any connection?
Marion

Re: Hebden

Posted: 17 Jan 2005 2:58AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 8 Apr 2006 8:41PM GMT
Surnames: ebden
I have Ebdens in my family tree. In Yorkshire the hebden name often became Ebden. My ebden was John Ebden born 1831 in Barnsley Yorkshire. his chn were all born in Barnsley I think. The family later moved to Durham. can you help me? John was a fish monger.
Thanks.
marion
Posted: 8 Apr 2006 11:27AM GMT
Classification: Query
Am very sorry to say that Janet died suddenly in July 2005 She was the daughter of my late cousin Peter Hebden. We were working together on Hebdens and variants so do contact me with Hebden and variant queries. Some 20 families have been identified and more data is being added.
John Hebden. GOONS member 247

Re: HEBDEN

Posted: 20 Apr 2007 10:43PM GMT
Classification: Query
John

I am trying to establish the parentage (from afar - NZ) of Thomas HEPTON who married Jane WILFORD in Brompton by Northallerton on 11 Sep 1764. He was born c. 1741. and I have found 2 candidates, Michael Hepton of Stokesley or Leonard Hepton/Hebdon/etc. (? from Wakefield) whose son Thomas appears to have been baptised in Northallerton.

Thomas & Jane HEPTON were my great x 5 grandparents.

Can you shed any light on this problem?

Ever hopeful,

Karen
Auckland, NZ
Posted: 21 Apr 2007 1:15PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: as in message
Hi Karen,
Thomas bn 1741 was the son of Leonard +1777 who mar Mary Brewster 1734 at Northallerton. She also +1777.
Leonard bap 17aa Bagby (east of Thirsk) son of Timothy, there was another son Thomas bap 1706 bur 1707. A third son Timothy bap Northallerton son of Timothy (Timothy a rare name in Hs).
There is a will of Christopher H of Maltby Stainton (nr Middlesborough) proved 1720 made 1719 which mentions bros Timothy & Johas (sic). Cannot identify this Christopher at present. Many Christophers in Hebden families.
As you go back any Hepton/Hebdon will be from Hebden. Hepton occurs particularly in the E & NE of Yorkshire.
Thomas & Jane moved to Leeds where the family were in the plumbing&c trade but later generations were mantle manufacturers. A marriage to a Lawrence lady resulted in the the name Lawrence being included in the christian names of later family.
Two sons of Thomas & Jane. Thomas & William were clockmakers, William's family continuing with a branch settling in Wellingborough. The clocks command a premium.
Would like to know how you connect, you are welcome to e-mail direct to hebden1name@btopenworld.com . You may like to look at www.angelfire.com/hi5/hebden/ and at http://www.prattens.co.uk/families/hebden/notes.html .
The first was compiled by a daughter of a cousin who died suddenly in 2005; we cannot access it to amend it as no-one knows her password and Lycos have not responded to messages. Narratives of some 25 H families are included.
The second has info in chronological order from way back but we have a much bigger similar file in hand.
John Hebden
member 247 of the Guild of One-Name Studies researching Hebden/Hebdin/Hebdon/Hepden/Hepton/Ebden/Ebdon/Epton
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