Thomas Kay

(23 March 1771 - )
     Thomas Kay was christened on 23 March 1771 in Parish Church, Topcliffe, Yorkshire. He was the son of John Kay and Sarah Jackson. Thomas Kay married Judith Appleby on 22 November 1798 in Parish Church, Topcliffe.

Child of Thomas Kay and Judith Appleby

Thomas Kay

(before 8 April 1853 - )
     Thomas Kay was born before 8 April 1853 in Topcliffe, Yorkshire. He was the son of John Peacock Kay and Mary Rainforth. Thomas was recorded in the census of 7 April 1861 living in Rainton, Yorkshire. He was enumerated as Thomas Kay, son of John Peacock Kay, age 8, scholar, born in Topcliffe, Yorkshire. Thomas was recorded in the census of 2 April 1871 living in Amberley Grove, Leeds, Yorkshire. He was enumerated as Thomas Kay, son of John Kay, age 18, grocers apprentice, born in Topcliffe, Yorkshire. Thomas was recorded in the census of 3 April 1881 living in Raydale Grange, Bainbridge, Yorkshire. He was enumerated as Thomas Kay, son of John Kay, unmarried, age 28, architect, born in Topcliffe, Yorkshire.

Thomas Charles Kay

(11 March 1810 - )
     Thomas Charles Kay was christened on 11 March 1810 in Parish Church, Topcliffe, Yorkshire. He was the son of Thomas-Charles Kay and Mary Cartman.

Thomas-Charles Kay

(20 June 1775 - 7 August 1859)
     Thomas-Charles Kay was a brickmaker and farmer. He was christened on 20 June 1775 in Parish Church, Topcliffe, Yorkshire. He was the son of John Kay and Sarah Jackson. Thomas-Charles Kay married Mary Cartman on 26 November 1803 in Parish Church, Topcliffe. Thomas-Charles Kay died on 7 August 1859 in Topcliffe Common, Yorkshire, at age 84. Thomas-Charles died of disease of bladder (3 weeks). He was buried on 10 August 1859 in Parish Church, Topcliffe.

Children of Thomas-Charles Kay and Mary Cartman

Tom Kay

(31 July 1858 - 1 April 1941)
     Tom Kay was a stonemason. He was born on 31 July 1858 in Rainton, Yorkshire. He was the son of William Kay and Margaret Blanchard. Tom Kay was christened on 19 September 1858 in St James Parish Church, Baldersby, Yorkshire. Tom was recorded in the census of 7 April 1861 living in Bay Horse Inn, Rainton, Yorkshire. He was enumerated as Tom Kay, son of William Kay, age 2, born in Rainton, Yorkshire. Tom was recorded in the census of 2 April 1871 living in Bay Horse Inn, Rainton. He was enumerated as Tom Kay, son of William Kay, age 12, employed in the buisness, born in Rainton, Yorkshire. He witnessed the marriage of John Nelson and Mary Ann Kay on 5 November 1877 in Parish Church, Sharow, Yorkshire. Tom was recorded in the census of 3 April 1881 living in Bay Horse Inn, Village Street, Rainton, Yorkshire. He was enumerated as Tom Kay, son of William Kay, unmarried, age 22, stone mason - journeyman, born in Rainton, Yorkshire. Tom was recorded in the census of 5 April 1891 living in Bay Horse Inn, Rainton. He was enumerated as Tom Kay, son of Margaret Kay, single, age 32, stone mason, employed, born in Rainton, Yorkshire. Tom was recorded in the census of 31 March 1901 living in High Street, Great Ayton, Stokesley, Yorkshire. He was enumerated as Thomas Kay, boarder in house of Elizabeth Plews (boarding house keeper), single, age 43, stonemason, worker, born in Rainton, Yorkshire. Tom died of coma and diabetes mellitus. He died on 1 April 1941 in The Bungalow, Houlsyke, Danby, Yorkshire, at age 82.

Walter Alan Kay

(17 June 1908 - )
     Walter Alan Kay was born on 17 June 1908 in Rainton, Yorkshire. He was the son of Walter Arthur Kay and Mary Maria Fox. Walter Alan Kay was christened on 12 July 1908 in St James Parish Church, Baldersby, Yorkshire. Walter was recorded in the census of 2 April 1911 living in Bay Horse Inn, Rainton, Yorkshire. He was enumerated as Alan Kay, son of Mary Kay, age 2, born in Rainton, Thirsk, British nationality.

Walter Arthur Kay

(10 September 1869 - 26 September 1915)
     Walter Arthur Kay was a stonemason and inn keeper. He was born on 10 September 1869 in Rainton, Yorkshire. He was the son of William Kay and Margaret Blanchard. Walter was recorded in the census of 2 April 1871 living in Bay Horse Inn, Rainton, Yorkshire. He was enumerated as Walter A Kay, son of William Kay, age 1, born in Rainton, Yorkshire. He was christened on 7 May 1871 in St James Parish Church, Baldersby, Yorkshire. Walter was recorded in the census of 3 April 1881 living in Bay Horse Inn, Village Street, Rainton, Yorkshire. He was enumerated as Walter A Kay, son of William Kay, age 11, scholar, born in Rainton, Yorkshire. Walter was recorded in the census of 5 April 1891 living in Bay Horse Inn, Rainton. He was enumerated as Walter Kay, son of Margaret Kay, single, age 21, stone mason, employed, born in Rainton, Yorkshire. He was nominated as Executor of the Will of Margaret Kay on 12 April 1897. Walter was recorded in the census of 31 March 1901 living in Rainton. He was enumerated as Walter Kay, son of Margaret Kay, single, age 31, stone mason, worker, working at home, born in Rainton, Yorkshire. He witnessed the marriage of John Kay and Margaret Louise Adelaide Barley on 12 June 1901 in Wesleyan Chapel, Rainton, Yorkshire. Walter Arthur Kay married Mary Maria Fox, daughter of Thomas Fox and Susan Jane Lettice, on 27 January 1903 in St. Andrews Church, Grimsby, Lincolnshire. Walter was recorded in the census of 2 April 1911 living in Wensleydale Sanatorium, Aysgarth, Yorkshire. He was enumerated as Walter Arthur Kay, patient, age 41, married 9 years, stone mason, innkeeper, worker, born in Rainton, Yorkshire. He left a will on 19 May 1915 in Rainton. He died on 26 September 1915 in Rainton at age 46. Walter died of stonemason's phthisis (5 years) & general tuberculosis (9 months). He was buried on 29 September 1915 in St James Parish Church, Baldersby.

Children of Walter Arthur Kay and Mary Maria Fox

Walter Arthur Kay

(before 1 April 1886 - )
     Walter Arthur Kay was born before 1 April 1886 in Keighley, Yorkshire. He was the son of William Kay and Mary Ann Driver. Walter was recorded in the census of 5 April 1891 living in 28 Cavendish Street, Keighley, Yorkshire. He was enumerated as Walter Arthur Kay, son of William Kay, single, age 5, scholar, born in Keighley, Yorkshire. Walter was recorded in the census of 31 March 1901 living in Shop @ 36 Cavendish Street, Keighley, Yorkshire. He was enumerated as Walter Kay, son of William Kay, single, age 15, born in Keighley, Yorkshire.

William Kay

(29 September 1853 - 2 March 1926)
     William Kay was a monumental stone-mason. He was born on 29 September 1853 in Rainton, Yorkshire. He was the son of William Kay and Margaret Blanchard. William was recorded in the census of 7 April 1861 living in Bay Horse Inn, Rainton, Yorkshire. He was enumerated as William Kay, son of William Kay, age 7, scholar, born in Rainton, Yorkshire. William was recorded in the census of 2 April 1871 living in Bay Horse Inn, Rainton. He was enumerated as William Kay, son of William Kay, unmarried, age 17, employed in the buisness, born in Rainton, Yorkshire. He lived in Rainton on 18 July 1876. He married Helena Frances Jennings, daughter of Thomas Jennings and Hannah Suffield, on 18 July 1876 in Wesley Chapel, Ripon, Yorkshire. William was recorded in the census of 3 April 1881 living in Village Street, Rainton, Yorkshire. He was enumerated as William Kay, head of household, married, age 27, stone mason - master, born in Rainton, Yorkshire. He was the official informant of the death of Mary Ann Ward on 23 January 1890 in Rainton. William was recorded in the census of 5 April 1891 living in Rainton. He was enumerated as William Kay, head of household, married, age 37, stone mason, employed, born in Rainton, Yorkshire. He was the official informant of the death of George Ward on 6 September 1893 in Rainton. William Kay witnessed the marriage of Thomas Auton and Mary Annie Kay on 1 October 1900 in St James Parish Church, Baldersby, Yorkshire. William was recorded in the census of 31 March 1901 living in Rainton. He was enumerated as William Kay, head of household, married, age 47, stone mason (journeyman), worker, born in Rainton, Yorkshire. He witnessed the marriage of Julian Thompson and Emily Frances Kay on 20 August 1906 in St James Parish Church, Baldersby. William was recorded in the census of 2 April 1911 living in South View, Rainton, Yorkshire. He was enumerated as William Kay, head of household, age 57, married, monumental mason, working on own account, at home, born in Rainton, Yorkshire. He died on 2 March 1926 in Rainton at age 72. William died naturally from chronic heart disease aggravated by chronic stone mason bronchitis. Inquest held 3 March 1926. He was buried on 5 March 1926 in St James Parish Church, Baldersby.

Children of William Kay and Helena Frances Jennings

William Kay

(4 July 1825 - 13 April 1888)
     William Kay was an innkeeper and stonemason (master). He lived in Rainton, Yorkshire, on 4 July 1825. He was christened on 4 July 1825 in Parish Church, Topcliffe, Yorkshire. He was the son of John Kay and Mary Peacock. William was recorded in the census of 6 June 1841 living in Rainton. He was enumerated as William Kay, age 15, born in Yorkshire. He married Margaret Blanchard, daughter of John Blanchard and Mary Wilson, on 28 August 1848 in Parish Church, Topcliffe. William was recorded in the census of 30 March 1851 living in Lum Mill, Cowling, Yorkshire. He was enumerated as William Kay, head of household, married, age 25, stone mason, born in Rainton, Yorkshire. He was a publican & quarryman on 19 September 1858 in Windmill, Rainton, Yorkshire. William was recorded in the census of 7 April 1861 living in Bay Horse Inn, Rainton, Yorkshire. He was enumerated as William Kay, head of household, married, age 35, innkeeper & stonemason, born in Rainton, Yorkshire. William was recorded in the census of 2 April 1871 living in Bay Horse Inn, Rainton. He was enumerated as William Kay, head of household, married, age 45, inn keeper & mason, 7 acres land, employing 2 labourers, 2 masons, 1 boy, born in Rainton, Yorkshire. William was recorded in the census of 3 April 1881 living in Bay Horse Inn, Village Street, Rainton, Yorkshire. He was enumerated as William Kay, head of household, married, age 56, stone mason & quarry man - employing 2 men & 1 boy, born in Rainton, Yorkshire. He died on 13 April 1888 in Rainton at age 62. William died of chronic bronchitis. He was buried on 16 April 1888 in St James Parish Church, Baldersby, Yorkshire.

Children of William Kay and Margaret Blanchard

William Kay

(5 August 1849 - )
     William Kay was a tobacconist. He was born on 5 August 1849 in Rainton, Yorkshire. He was the son of Jane Kay. William was recorded in the census of 30 March 1851 living in Rainton. He was enumerated as William Kay, nephew of Joseph Kay, age 1, born in Rainton, Yorkshire. He lived in Park Cross Street, Leeds, Yorkshire, on 14 February 1874. He was a moulder on 14 February 1874. He married Mary Ann Driver, daughter of John Driver, on 14 February 1874 in Parish Church, Leeds, Yorkshire. William was recorded in the census of 3 April 1881 living in Park Cross Street, Leeds. He was enumerated as William Kay, head of household, married, age 31, iron moulder, born in Rainton, Yorkshire. William was recorded in the census of 5 April 1891 living in 28 Cavendish Street, Keighley, Yorkshire. He was enumerated as William Kay, head of household, married, age 41, tobacconist, neither employer nor employed, born in Rainton, Yorkshire. William was recorded in the census of 31 March 1901 living in Shop @ 36 Cavendish Street, Keighley, Yorkshire. He was enumerated as William Kay, head of household, married, age 51, tobacconist, own account, working at home, born in Rainton, Yorkshire. William was recorded in the census of 2 April 1911 living in 52 & 54 Cavendish Street, Keighley, Yorkshire. He was enumerated as William Kay, head of household, age 61, married, tobacco dealer, own account, working at home, born in Rainton, Yorkshire.

Children of William Kay and Mary Ann Driver

William Kay

(29 September 1758 - )
     William Kay was christened on 29 September 1758 in Parish Church, Topcliffe, Yorkshire. He was the son of John Kay and Sarah Jackson.

William Kay

(4 February 1808 - )
     William Kay was christened on 4 February 1808 in Parish Church, Topcliffe, Yorkshire. He was the son of Thomas-Charles Kay and Mary Cartman.

William Kay

(19 July 1810 - )
     William Kay was christened on 19 July 1810 in Parish Church, Topcliffe, Yorkshire. He was the son of Thomas Kay and Judith Appleby.

Mary Keigan

( - before 1 July 1939)
     Mary Keigan married John Smith in 1915 in Raymond Terrace, New South Wales, Australia. As of 1915 her married name was Smith. Mary Keigan died before 1 July 1939.

Child of Mary Keigan and John Smith

Blanche Keightley

(before 1 April 1868 - )
     Blanche Keightley was born before 1 April 1868 in Dunsby, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of George Wilson Keightley. Blanche was recorded in the census of 5 April 1891 living in The Rectory, Great Stambridge, Essex. She was enumerated as Blanche Keightley, daughter of George W Keightley, single, age 23, born in Dunsby, Lincolnshire. She lived in Lindfield, Sussex, on 28 April 1900. She married Alfred Ernest Rankin, son of Alfred Mottram Rankin and Ellen Shalders, on 28 April 1900 in Parish Church, Lindfield, Sussex. As of 28 April 1900 her married name was Rankin. Blanche was recorded in the census of 31 March 1901 living in Copfold Hall Farm, Margaretting, Essex. She was enumerated as Blanche Rankin, wife of Alfred E Rankin, married, age 33, farm manager, born in Dunsby, Lincolnshire.

George Wilson Keightley

     George Wilson Keightley was a clergyman. George was recorded in the census of 5 April 1891 living in The Rectory, Great Stambridge, Essex. He was enumerated as George W Keightley, head of household, married, age 65, clergyman of Great Stambridge, employer and employed, born in Tralee, Ireland. He witnessed the marriage of Alfred Ernest Rankin and Blanche Keightley on 28 April 1900 in Parish Church, Lindfield, Sussex.

Child of George Wilson Keightley

James Kelly

     James Kelly was a publican.

Child of James Kelly

Mary Kelly

Child of Mary Kelly and Peter Recauzone

Mary Kelly

(before 10 April 1889 - )
     Mary Kelly was born before 10 April 1889. She was the daughter of James Kelly. Mary Kelly lived in Watergate, Dewsbury, Yorkshire, on 9 April 1910. She married Sidney Hosley, son of William Hosley and Jane Kay, on 9 April 1910 in Parish Church, Dewsbury, Yorkshire. As of 9 April 1910 her married name was Hosley. Mary was recorded in the census of 2 April 1911 living in 5 Senior Street, West Town, Dewsbury, Yorkshire. She was enumerated as Mary Hosley, wife of Sydney Hosley, age 22, married, born in Batley, Yorkshire.

Child of Mary Kelly and Sidney Hosley