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Daniel Behrend
Sunday, December 5, 2010 11:18
Laycock family
I am researching my family tree. On one branch I have got back to my great great great great grandfather, Luke Laycock born 1777. From the 1841 Census onwards he was living in Allerton,Bradford. On the 1851 Census his place of birth is listed as Sutton, Yorkshire which I think must be Sutton-in Craven.
Does anyone have any knowledge of this family, details of any siblings, parents etc.
I would love to hear from anyone.
Daniel Behrend
Josie Walsh
Sunday, December 5, 2010 15:32
Hi Daniel, found the following from my Kildwick indexes.

John & Elizabeth of Steeton a Weaver had the following children
Luke baptised 4.8.1776
Susannah baptised 18.4.1762
Jeremiah baptised 1.6.1766
William baptised 14.2.1768
Margaret baptised 15.7.1770
Elizabeth baptised 22.5.1774
Hannah born 23.9.1780 baptised 15.10.1780
Isabel born 5.9.1782 baptised 29.9.1782
Rebekah born 5.9.1782 baptised 29.9.1782
John born 10.10.1786 baptised 22.10.1786

John Laycock of Steeton a Weaver
Elizabeth Hartley of Steeton a minor with consent of her father John Hartley
Married 15.9.1761

Hope this helps with your research
Daniel Behrend
Thursday, January 13, 2011 22:46
Dear Josie
When I posted my original message, I thought that if anyone replied I would get an email to advise. When I didn't, I was fed up and assumed I had got my facts wrong.
Tonight I thought I'd have a look at the village site and saw your reply!
Needless to say, I am overwhelmed.
Where did this info come from? This increases my family tree a lot! So excited!
Thank you. Are you a relative?
Daniel xx
Josie Walsh
Friday, January 14, 2011 17:12
Hi Daniel
If you would like to email direct I could maybe answer some of your questions

Josie Walsh
Tuesday, January 18, 2011 17:54
Hi Daniel

Just noticed that I put a space between the full stop after indexes in my email address and didn't notice it, so you may have been trying to contact me and it would probably have bounced back. Sorry


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