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From: "Andrew Sefton" <>
Subject: RE: Malton Messenger BMD's 2nd August 1856
Date: Fri, 29 Jun 2001 19:54:03 +0100
In-Reply-To: <007801c100a8$0eb78b20$cdf80318@blvue1.ne.home.com>

Colin Hinson has posted 1854 and 1855 on GENUKI. It can be found from the
main Yorkshire page under the link of newspapers.
When I have finished 1856, I will send him the the whole year in a file for
him to convert into web pages.

Thanks to all the people who have sent me messages of encouragement. In
doing this work it does make me feel closer to the people of the time, the
names become familiar and I even feel sad when I have to type any tragic
events like the death of baby twins in my latest posting. I have been
intrigued by the occupations quoted and the greater variety of surnames
which you never hear of now. I wonder if some of the names have died out

I am always amused why someone may get a "much respected" or a "much and
deservedly respected" or a "highly respected" (is a "highly" more important
than a "much"!). There again to have an Esq. means you are not working
class. Do the people who are not "mourned by a large circle of friends" feel
socially inferior? Before I get any sillier I will finish.

Andrew Sefton

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Val Patomson [mailto:]
> Sent: 29 June 2001 15:31
> To:
> Subject: Fw: Malton Messenger BMD's 2nd August 1856
> Never apologize for the question marks Andrew! You are doing a wonderful
> service for those of us not fortunate enough to get hold of
> copies of these
> different resources. There have been quite a few of my ancestors mentioned
> here. Please do not stop posting these. I don't know what I'll do when I
> have to unsubscribe due to moving. :o( Hopefully, there are archives of
> Yorksgen? Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!

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