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1851 census source HO107; Piece: 2367; Folio: 437; Page: 11; place Reighton dwelling Schedule 43, Thomas Cranswick m 67 Farmer of 350 Acres emp 6 lab. Burton Agnes John Cranswick son 23 Farmers Son Matthew Cranswick son 19 Farmers Son Henry Cranswick son 17 Farmers Son William Cranswick son 12 Farmers Son
1861 census source RG 9; Piece: 3615; Folio: 91; Page: 11 place Cayton, Filey, Scarborough dwelling schedule 62, Cayton Cliff John Cranswick head m 32 Farmer of 207 Acres Lowthorpe Elizabeth Cranswick wife m 30 Falsgrave Thomas Cranswick son 10months Cayton Mary Jane Foote 20 Farm Serv Scalby Elizabeth Richardson 12 Farm Servant Durham Thomas Simpson 25 Farm Servant Maltan James Bromley 17 Farm Servant Gristhorpe Frankish Orrah 13 Farm Servant Cayton
Died January 8th 1867
aged 39 Years
1871 census source RG10; Piece: 4813; Folio: 51; Page: 9; place Grindale, Hunmanby Bridlington dwelling Schedule 28, Grindale John Cranswick 42 Farmer 350 acres emp 4 men 5 boys Lowthorpe Jane Cranswick 24 Ebberstone Kate Cranswick 9 Cayton Eliza Cranswick 7 Cayton John Cranswick 4 Grindale Dora Ann Cranswick 1 Grindale John Sedman 22 Ralph Witty 19 William Ashby 19 Peter Scott 15 Thomas Marshall 31 John Nettleton 13 Thomas Manson 21 Elizth Matteson 23 Ann Lunn 18 Esther Read 12Frederick Cranswick of Grindale buried 12th May 1874 aged 10 months
1881 census source RG11; Piece: 4800; Folio: 51; Page: 10; place Grindale, Bridlington dwelling schedule 12, John Cranswick head m 53 Farmer of 348 acres emp 3men 4 boys Lowthorpe Jane Cranswick wife m 30 Ebbberston Thomas Cranswick son 20 Cayton Kate Cranswick dau 19 Cayton Elizabeth Cranswick dau 17 Cayton John Cranswick son 14 Scholar Grindale Dora Ann Cranswick dau 11 Scholar Grindale Alice Maud Cranswick dau 9 Scholar Grindale Henry B. Cranswick son 7 Scholar Grindale Herbert Cranswick son 5 Scholar Grindale Ursula Cranswick dau 2 Grindale Emily Ezard serv 16 Margt. Pearson serv 16
1891 census source RG12; Piece: 3961; Folio: 43; Page: 6 place Grinsdale, Hunmanby, Bridlington dwelling Schedule 1, John Cranswick head W 63 Farmer Lowthorpe Elizth Cranswick dau 25 Cayton John Cranswick son 23 Farmers shepherd Grindale *** Dora Ann Cranswick dau 21 Grindale Ursula Cranswick dau 12 Scholar Grindale Fredk Cranswick son 9 Scholar Grindale William Cranswick son 7 Scholar Grindale Mary Ann Pearson serv 17 Gen Serv Domestic HunmanbyJohn Cranswick(snr.) buried 22nd June 1900 Grindale aged 73.
|Waikato Angus, 20th April 1912|
|WEDDINGS, Cranswick - Brown
On Wednesday, April 17th, a pretty wedding of considerable interest was celebrated in All Saints (Church of England), Matamata, in lovely weather, the contracting parties being Mr J. Cranswick, second son of Mr J. Cranswick, Grindale, Bridlington, Yorks, and Miss Mary Louisa Brown, second daughter of Mr and Mrs B. Brown, old and respected residents of Matamata.
The bridesmaids were Miss Dorothy Wright, of Auckland, and Miss Brown's two nieces, Miss Eunice Mogford and Miss Libbie Simpson. Mr R. Webster acted as groomsman.
The church was very prettily decorated by friends of the bride with white chrysanthemums and white cosmeas, and a large party of friends and well-wishers of the bride and bridegroom assembled to witness the ceremony. Mr P. Ingham presided at the organ.
After the ceremony about 25 guests sat down to a wedding breakfast at Mr Brown's residence. After the usual toasts had been honoured the happy couple left for Rotorua.
The bridegroom's present to the bride was a gold muff chain; to the chief bridesmaid a gold cable bangle, and to the younger bridesmaids a gold brooch each.
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