1.6.5 THOMAS, Richard

Richard THOMAS


1827, South Cave, Yorkshire, England


13 May 1827, South Cave, Yorkshire, England


Stephen THOMAS and Jane Walker STAMP


1841 Working as a Servant for Mr Leeson – Farmer at West End, South Cave, Yorkshire, England

1851 – 1861 Farm (Gardeners) Labourer at Rowley Hall, West End South Cave, Yorkshire, England

1862 – Agricultural Labourer

1871 – Worker at the Water Works at Hale, Sculcoates, Yorkshire, England

1881 – Wheelwright

1891 – Farmer


Sarah Elizabeth SPECK 27 August 1853 All Saints Church, Hessle, Hull, East Yorkshire, England.  Richard signed with an X

About Sarah Elizabeth SPECK

Born:  17 June 1832, Hessle, Hull, Yorkshire, England

Baptised:  17 June 1832, Hessle by Hull, Yorkshire, England

Parents:  John SPECK and Elizabeth WALKER

Death:  February 1876, East Sculcoates, Hull, East Yorkshire, England


1853 Rowley (A Hamlet consisting of Rowley House and a Church, the nearest village is Little Weighton which is about 6 miles North West of Hull, Yorkshire, England


John Speck THOMAS

Amelia Speck THOMAS

Mary Ann Speck THOMAS

George Speck THOMAS

Charles Henry Speck THOMAS


Selina Jane Speck THOMAS


28 November 1876 at 13 Parkers Buildings, Air Street, East Sculcotes, Hull, Yorkshire, England


1 December 1876 Sculcoates Cemetary on south side of Sculcoates Lane. Plot number or reference number? 2747.  The cemetary was struck by a bomb during World War II, causing extensive damage.


A Faithful Servant for 41 Years under the Barnard Family of Cave Castle

1.6.5 THOMAS, Richard 1861 British Census


1.6.5 THOMAS, Richard 1871 British census