Alfred Appleton

(circa April 1910 - )
     Alfred Appleton was born circa April 1910 in Ripon, Yorkshire. He was the son of William Gladstone Appleton and Rose Busby. Alfred was recorded in the census of 2 April 1911 living in 63 Allhallowgate, Ripon, Yorkshire. He was enumerated as Alfred Appleton, son of William Gladstone Appleton, age 1, born in Ripon, Yorkshire. He was the official informant of the death of Rose Appleton on 10 January 1945 in 57 Allhallowgate, Ripon, Yorkshire. Alfred Appleton lived in 57 Allhallowgate, Ripon, on 10 January 1945.

Ann Appleton

(before 13 February 1820 - )
     Ann Appleton was born before 13 February 1820 in Norton-le-Clay, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of James Appleton. Ann was recorded in the census of 30 March 1851 living in Stubhouse, Harewood, Yorkshire. She was enumerated as Ann Appleton, sister-in-law of Richard Turner, unmarried, age 33, house keeper, born in Norton-le-Clay, Yorkshire. She married Richard Turner, son of Richard Turner and Elizabeth Prince, on 12 February 1853 in The Parish Church, Leeds, Yorkshire. As of 12 February 1853 her married name was Turner. Ann was recorded in the census of 7 April 1861 living in Knox Hill, Bilton with Harrogate, Yorkshire. She was enumerated as Ann Turner, wife of Richard Turner, married, age 41, farmers wife, born in Norton-le-Clay, Yorkshire.

Children of Ann Appleton and Richard Turner

Cyril Appleton

(circa August 1911 - )
     Cyril Appleton was born circa August 1911 in Ripon, Yorkshire. He was the son of William Gladstone Appleton and Rose Busby. Cyril Appleton was the official informant of the death of William Gladstone Appleton on 19 March 1950 in 57 Allhallowgate, Ripon, Yorkshire. Cyril Appleton lived in 56B Allhallowgate, Ripon, Yorkshire, on 19 March 1950.

Dorothy Appleton

(circa November 1912 - )
     Dorothy Appleton was born circa November 1912 in Ripon, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of William Gladstone Appleton and Rose Busby.

Edgar Appleton

(circa August 1914 - )
     Edgar Appleton was born circa August 1914 in Ripon, Yorkshire. He was the son of William Gladstone Appleton and Rose Busby.

Elizabeth Appleton

(10 April 1754 - )
     Elizabeth Appleton was christened on 10 April 1754 in Parish Church, Topcliffe, Yorkshire. She married Francis Prince on 21 June 1773 in Parish Church, Topcliffe. As of 21 June 1773 her married name was Prince.

Children of Elizabeth Appleton and Francis Prince

Fall Appleton

( - circa February 1907)
     Fall Appleton was a blacksmith. Fall was recorded in the census of 7 April 1861 living in Rainton, Yorkshire. He was enumerated as Fall Appleton, son of William Appleton, age 7, scholar, born in Pocklington, Yorkshire. Fall was recorded in the census of 2 April 1871 living in Rainton. He was enumerated as Fall Appleton, apprentice in household of Jane Smith, unmarried, age 17, blacksmith's apprentice, born in Rainton, Yorkshire. He married Jane Dobson circa July 1880 in Wakefield, Yorkshire. Fall was recorded in the census of 5 April 1891 living in Rainton. He was enumerated as Fall Appleton, head of household, married, age 37, blacksmith, employed, born in Pocklington, Yorkshire. Fall was recorded in the census of 31 March 1901 living in Wykeham, Yorkshire. He was enumerated as Fall Appleton, visitor to John E Gray (hotel keeper), married, age 46, blacksmith, born in Pocklington, Yorkshire. He died circa February 1907 in Market Harborough, Leicestershire.

Child of Fall Appleton and Jane Dobson

James Appleton

     James Appleton was a farmer.

Children of James Appleton

Jane Appleton

(before 18 March 1821 - 17 March 1849)
     Jane Appleton was born before 18 March 1821. She was the daughter of James Appleton. Jane Appleton witnessed the marriage of Thomas Turner and Sarah Cass on 30 October 1841 in Parish Church, Cundall, Yorkshire. Jane Appleton lived in Cundall, Yorkshire, on 20 July 1844. She married Richard Turner, son of Richard Turner and Elizabeth Prince, on 20 July 1844 in The Parish Church, Cundall, Yorkshire. As of 20 July 1844 her married name was Turner. Jane Turner died on 17 March 1849 in Stubhouse, Harewood, Yorkshire. Jane died of disease of the larynx and lungs.

Children of Jane Appleton and Richard Turner

Sarah Appleton

(before 31 October 1814 - 14 May 1853)
     Sarah Appleton was born before 31 October 1814. She was the daughter of James Appleton. As of circa November 1838 her married name was Cass. Sarah Appleton married Thomas Cass circa November 1838 in Ripon, Yorkshire. Sarah Cass lived in Norton-le-Clay, Yorkshire, on 30 October 1841. She married Thomas Turner, son of Richard Turner and Elizabeth Prince, on 30 October 1841 in Parish Church, Cundall, Yorkshire. Sarah Cass was a farmer on 30 October 1841. As of 30 October 1841 her married name was Turner. Sarah was recorded in the census of 30 March 1851 living in Norton-le-Clay. She was enumerated as Sarah Turner, wife of Thomas Turner, married, age 35, farmers wife, born in Norton-le-Clay, Yorkshire. She died on 14 May 1853 in Norton-le-Clay. Sarah died of disease of stomach & liver and bronchitis.

Children of Sarah Appleton and Thomas Turner

William Fall Appleton

(8 December 1907 - )
     William Fall Appleton was born on 8 December 1907 in 23 Magdalens Road, Ripon, Yorkshire. He was the son of William Gladstone Appleton and Rose Busby. William was recorded in the census of 2 April 1911 living in 63 Allhallowgate, Ripon, Yorkshire. He was enumerated as William Fall Appleton, son of William Gladstone Appleton, age 3, born in Ripon, Yorkshire.

William Gladstone Appleton

(8 October 1881 - 19 March 1950)
     William Gladstone Appleton was a master plumber. He was born on 8 October 1881 in 26 Leathley Street, Hunslet, Yorkshire. He was the son of Fall Appleton and Jane Dobson. William was recorded in the census of 5 April 1891 living in Rainton, Yorkshire. He was enumerated as William G Appleton, son of Fall Appleton, age 9, scholar, born in Hunslet, Yorkshire. He lived in Baldersby, Yorkshire, on 1 April 1907. He married Rose Busby, daughter of Sampson Busby and Rose Kay, on 1 April 1907 in St James Parish Church, Baldersby, Yorkshire. William was recorded in the census of 2 April 1911 living in 63 Allhallowgate, Ripon, Yorkshire. He was enumerated as William Gladstone Appleton, head of household, age 29, married, plumber, working on own account at home, born in Leeds, Yorkshire. He died on 19 March 1950 in 57 Allhallowgate, Ripon, Yorkshire, at age 68. William died of left cerebral thrombosis.

Children of William Gladstone Appleton and Rose Busby

Jane Elizabeth Arnott

(before 4 April 1852 - )
     Jane Elizabeth Arnott was born before 4 April 1852 in Clerkenwell, Middlesex. She married Charles William Paine circa May 1876 in Shoreditch, London. As of circa May 1876 her married name was Paine. Jane was recorded in the census of 3 April 1881 living in 15 New Chas St, St Luke, London, Middlesex. She was enumerated as Jane Elizabeth Paine, wife of Charles William Paine, married, age 29, born in Clerkenwell, Middlesex. Jane was recorded in the census of 31 March 1901 living in 18 Cornwall Cottages, Islington, London. She was enumerated as Jane Elizabeth Paine, head of household, widow, age 49, fur sewer, worker, working at home, born in Clerkenwell, London. Jane was recorded in the census of 2 April 1911 living in 31 Danbury Street, Islington, London. She was enumerated as Jane Elizabeth Paine, head of household, age 59, widow, fur sewer, worker, working at home, born in Clerkenwell, London.

Child of Jane Elizabeth Arnott and Charles William Paine

Kathleen Mary Arnott

(6 June 1912 - 27 June 1996)
     Kathleen Mary Arnott was born on 6 June 1912 in 22 Commercial Street, Harrogate, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Kennett Kingsford Arnott and Amy Busby. Kathleen Mary Arnott lived in 89 East Parade, Harrogate, Yorkshire, on 24 June 1937. As of 24 June 1937 her married name was Wildblood. She married John Roland Wildblood, son of John William Wildblood, on 24 June 1937 in Christ Church Parish Church, Harrogate, Yorkshire. Kathleen Mary Wildblood lived in Eastholme, Collingham, Wetherby, Yorkshire, on 10 November 1938. She and John Roland Wildblood lived in Plainville Hall, Wigginton, Yorkshire, on 29 August 1965. Kathleen Mary Wildblood and John Roland Wildblood lived in Shepherd's Barn, Church Fenton, Nr Tadcaster, Yorkshire, on 19 July 1978. Kathleen Mary Wildblood lived in Flat 2, Victoria Court, The Crescent, Filey, North Yorkshire, on 27 June 1996. She died on 27 June 1996 in Scarborough Hospital, Scalby Road, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, at age 84. Kathleen died of cerebro vascular disease.

Child of Kathleen Mary Arnott and John Roland Wildblood

Kennett Kingsford Arnott

(6 December 1882 - 5 November 1972)
     Kennett Kingsford Arnott was a fishmonger (master) & game dealer (had shop in Harrogate). He was born on 6 December 1882 in Topcliffe, Yorkshire. He was the son of Samuel Arnott and Mary Kingsford Cooper. Kennett was recorded in the census of 5 April 1891 living in Church Street, Topcliffe, Yorkshire. He was enumerated as Kennett Kingsford Arnott, son of Samuel Arnott, age 8, scholar, born in Topcliffe, Yorkshire. He lived in Ripon, Yorkshire, on 27 May 1910. He married Amy Busby, daughter of Sampson Busby and Rose Kay, on 27 May 1910 in St James Parish Church, Baldersby, Yorkshire. Kennett was recorded in the census of 2 April 1911 living in 22 Commercial Street, Harrogate, Yorkshire. He was enumerated as Kennett Arnott, head of household, age 28, married under one year, fishmonger, employer, working at home, born in Topcliffe, Yorkshire, British subject by parentage. He was a Private, Army Service Corps on 21 November 1917. He witnessed the marriage of John Roland Wildblood and Kathleen Mary Arnott on 24 June 1937 in Christ Church Parish Church, Harrogate, Yorkshire. Kennett Kingsford Arnott died on 5 November 1972 in Lister House, Sharow, Ripon, Yorkshire, at age 89. Kennett died of bronchopneumonia & cerebral thrombosis.

Children of Kennett Kingsford Arnott and Amy Busby

Kennett Stanley Arnott

(21 November 1917 - 3 January 1978)
     Kennett Stanley Arnott was a supervisor (Merseyside Youth Association). He was born on 21 November 1917 in 22 Commercial Street, Harrogate, Yorkshire. He was the son of Kennett Kingsford Arnott and Amy Busby. Kennett Stanley Arnott lived in 207 Cemetery Road, Sheffield, Yorkshire, on 10 September 1938. He was an engineer on 10 September 1938. He married Marjorie Watson, daughter of Walter Watson, on 10 September 1938 in Parish Church of All Saints, Ecclesall, Sheffield, Yorkshire. Kennett Stanley Arnott lived in 2A Dudley Road, Wallasey, Merseyside, on 3 January 1978. He died on 3 January 1978 in St Catherines Hospital, Birkenhead, Merseyside, at age 60. Kennett died of pontine haemorrhage, hypertension & myocardial fibrosis due to coronary artery atheroma.

Rachael Arnott

(5 August 1920 - 15 September 2005)
     Rachael Arnott was born on 5 August 1920 in 17 Mayfield Grove, Harrogate, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Kennett Kingsford Arnott and Amy Busby. Rachael Arnott witnessed the marriage of Kennett Stanley Arnott and Marjorie Watson on 10 September 1938 in Parish Church of All Saints, Ecclesall, Sheffield, Yorkshire. Rachael Arnott lived in Norcott, Coppice Drive, Harrogate, Yorkshire, on 12 September 1942. As of 12 September 1942 her married name was Rawlinson. She was a nurse on 12 September 1942. She was the official informant of the death of Amy Arnott on 20 June 1959 in Norcott, Back Hollins Road, Harrogate, Yorkshire. Rachael Rawlinson lived in 3 Marlborough Grove, Ripon, Yorkshire, on 22 June 1959. She died on 15 September 2005 in Ripon, Yorkshire, at age 85.

Samuel Arnott

     Samuel Arnott was a schoolmaster and subsequently an innkeeper. He married Mary Kingsford Cooper circa August 1874 in Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicestershire. Samuel was recorded in the census of 5 April 1891 living in Church Street, Topcliffe, Yorkshire. He was enumerated as Samuel Arnott, head of household, married, age 44, schoolmaster, born in Plumbland, Cumberland.

Child of Samuel Arnott and Mary Kingsford Cooper

Aaron Arrowsmith

(14 July 1750 - 23 April 1823)
     Aaron Arrowsmith was born on 14 July 1750 in Winston, Co Durham. He was the son of John Arrowsmith and Mary (?). Aaron Arrowsmith was christened on 10 February 1751 in St Andrew's Church, Winston, Co Durham. He married Catherine Sophia Palmer on 26 March 1780 in St Martin in the Fields, Westminster, Middlesex. Aaron Arrowsmith was a cartographer of great repute, also engraver and publisher. Appointed Hydrographer to the Prince Regent between 1790 and 1823. He married Sarah Hare on 2 July 1801 in St Mary, St Marylebone Road, Saint Marylebone, London. Aaron Arrowsmith died on 23 April 1823 in Soho Square, Westminster, Middlesex, at age 72.

Children of Aaron Arrowsmith and Catherine Sophia Palmer

Children of Aaron Arrowsmith and Sarah Hare

Aaron Arrowsmith

(2 May 1802 - 26 April 1854)
     Aaron Arrowsmith was born on 2 May 1802. He was the son of Aaron Arrowsmith and Sarah Hare. Aaron Arrowsmith was christened on 29 May 1802 in Old Church, St. Pancras, Middlesex. He married Sarah Mary Parke in 1834 in St Paul's Church, Islington, Middlesex. Aaron Arrowsmith was a clerk in holy orders circa 1840. Aaron was recorded in the census of 6 June 1841 living in Mill End, Kidlington, Oxfordshire. He was enumerated as Aaron Arrowsmith, age 35, clerk, not born in Oxfordshire. Aaron was recorded in the census of 30 March 1851 living in Dodington Street, Whitchurch, Shropshire. He was enumerated as Aron Arrowsmith, head of household, married, age 48, clergyman of the Church of England without cure of souls, born in St Pancras, Middlesex. He died on 26 April 1854 in Dodington Street, Whitchurch, at age 51. Aaron died of phthisis pulmonalis and atrophy of heart.