Susannah moved to the Bradford area but i don’t have any information during this time. Submitted by: Matt Green Address: Cumbria, UK e-mail: [email protected] My paternal great grandparents were Jesse and Helen (neé Jebson) Jaggar, of Cockermouth, Flockton Moor, near Wakefield. Susannah was born in 1894 in Stockton on Tees and married Harry Jacques in 1914 in Hartlepool.
Submitted by: Stephen Jacques Address: 71 Lennox Road, Todmorden, Lancashire OL14 8PS e-mail: [email protected] Jacques I’m currently researching my family tree and looking for any information on Susannah Jacques nee Hays who was my great grandmother.
John Amos Jacques left Skipton and was in Blyth, Northumberland at time of the 1901 census. Submitted by: Christine Brown email: [email protected] I’m looking for any information regarding the Jacques family from Kettlewell.
Submitted by: Lucy Breeze email: [email protected] I am interested in the Jacques family who lived in Aysgarth, Kettlewell, Glasshoughton, Skipton.
In 1911 he worked in the textile industry as did his mother Matilda.
Submitted by: Jan Coupland Address: 46 Walmer Carr, Wigginton, York YO32 2SX email: [email protected] / Gee I am looking for Freda Jakeman who married Ian Gee in in 1965. His mother owned a horse and cart business in Conisborough.
Has anyone got any knowledge of this family please? Freda’s parents were farmers I think in Marsden / Meltham. Submitted by: Mrs S Lay-Flurrie Address: 76 Coniston Road, Linslade, Leighton Buzzard, Beds LU7 2QY Email: [email protected] James I am looking for family members who lived in Middlesborough. My dad had a half brother who lived on Whylam Street. Submitted by: Hillary Graham email: [email protected] If anyone has any information on Claude James Kelsall 1884 who lived in Conisborough in 1920.
Ivy was found as a stray and came to GSRV shortly after.
As you can see by the first photo, she was extremely emaciated and neglected.
The other photos show you what a bit of time in rescue can do with the right forever family!
When she first arrived, Connie was extremely insecure however with routine and constant cuddles and reinforcement from her new Mum, Robyn, she has simply thrived and become an affectionate, sweet girl, and a much a loved family member.
All these people were members of the Society of Friends (Quakers). Lewis and Albert’s mother was called Matilda and the boys had a sister called Annie who was born in Haworth in 1899.