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Goole

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Yorkshire

England

Old Goole


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Goole

I am interested in the peopling of what was essentially a new town, to ask questions such as - how far was the new population drawn from the surrounding area (early indications suggest not much) where did people come from, how far was the population replenished by natural growth, who stayed, who left, who came back, who married whom etc. etc.

Did the people who built the town and the docks move on to the next project, or did they stay?

Were the incomers related to people already either in the new town, or in the surrounding villages?





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janet.tierney@bosworth85.plus.com

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2013

Active

Very large photograph collection at Goole Museum, also Goole Library and East Riding Archives

Goole was not a separate parish until the mid-19th century, being divided between Hook and Airmyn, with records possibly held at Swinefleet.

Priorities for 2014: Start correlating pre-census and other documents with census/parish records.

Books: Souces for Goole History published by Goole Museum (transcripts of bishop’s/ACN censuses pre-1841)

10 Oct 2013

Clifton Gardens, Goole

Goole One-Place Study

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