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|Page 1.||The Well in front of the Whipping Post|
Robert Atterton 1862, Mine Death.|
First Passenger Train over the Viaduct.
The Mistakes on the Church War Memorial.|
Harker Street, Skelton Green.
The Murder of Daniel Chilvers.
||The First Buses through Skelton.|
A Postcard from Skelton - 1914.
||Where are the Skelton Court Rolls ?|
In which year were the Miners'Terrace Houses in Skelton built ?
1901 Census - 8 Thomas St and John St, New Skelton.
||Eric Garrett, Skelton's World Class Opera Singer.|
Skelton's Blind Coalman.
Allbrooks, 11 Trout Hall Lane.
||A Letter from America.|
William Barker, Ironstone Deputy - killed 1st March 1910.
Herbert Lees lost in the wreck of the Samtampa.
William David Bunning, Skelton's Gamekeeper.|
The Harker-Mohun brothers of 9 Boosbeck Rd, Skelton Green.
How Richard St and William St, North Skelton obtained their names.|
A letter from America - Ness Hagg.
Silks - Souvenir postcards brought home to Skelton from the First World War.|
Corporal Harry Leeks of North Skelton.|
Trouthall Farm, 1850 to 1881.
Guisborough Workhouse 1918 - Wilfred Searle.|
Skelton Parish Magazines - 1890's
William Partridge - 7 William St, North Skelton.|
Gill, Young, Emmerson, Wood.
Skelton School Report from 1868.|
Tippet's Chapel, New Skelton.
Henry Bennison, Born Skelton 1893/4, Killed Carlin How Mine 1940.|
Skelton's Orchestra - 1920s.|
Two Rave Reviews.
||Skelton's Patriotic Song Writer.|
||Skelton Story of Forbidden Love.|
||Louisa Taberner, Brotton and Skelton Fish Shop Magnate.|
||Memories of "Tims" Chapel and Wartime Skelton.|
||James Rooks. A First World War Wrong - Finally Put Right.|
||Macabre Coincidence of Father and Son Deaths on the Railway Line.|
||The Skelton Castle Mortgage - in Hock to the Smugglers.|
||The North Skelton Hussars.|
||New Skelton Mother on Murder Charge. Baby Drowned in the Sea.|
||Skelton's Antarctic Hero - Frank Wild CBE.|
||The Overseers of the Poor.|
||The Ratepayers of Skelton in the 1820's|
||How the Ratepayers money was spent - Cash payments, Rents, Clothing etc.|
||How the Ratepayers money was spent - Constable, Vestry, Roads etc.|
||How the Ratepayers money was spent - Settlement, Apprenticeships, Passengers, the Insane.|
||The Lay Subsidy of 1301. Skelton Taxpayers.|
||The Skelton Pocket Watch.|
||The Skelton Pioneers - Our American Cousins.|
||A Skelton Schoolboy 1820 - William Emmerson's Sum Book.|
||The Skelton Parish Census of 1821. The Parish Church Register of Baptisms.|
||The Skelton Boer War Hospital 1907.|
||The Boosbeck Band and Drinking Party. Where are the Yaxleys ?|
||A First World War Romance in Skelton.|
||Skelton Land Tax Payers 1793.|
||A Skelton lad's Canadian adventure and a tragic end.|
A Book from Australia.|
An American descendant of the Trotters of Skelton Castle.
||The Skelton Volunteers of 1803.|
||Skelton Tithes Map 1844.|
||Charles Bisset MD. Skelton's 18th Century Doctor and Military Engineer.|
||Charles Bisset MD. Skelton's 18th Century Doctor and Military Engineer. The 23 foot Worm.|
||Thomas Pattinson, Skelton Saddler and Bell Bros, Ironmasters.|
||Love Letter to the Skelton Saddler's Daughter.|
||Robert Bannister, Skelton Green Howard. Artistic Greetings from a German POW Camp.|
||Squadron Leader Joe Reed, DFC, Skelton Schoolmaster and War Hero.|
||The Hearth Tax for Skelton in 1673.|
||The Stanghow Lane School Jubilee Magazine 1936.|
||The Skelton Immigrants to Nova Scotia, Canada.|
||How Wesleyan Methodism came to Skelton in Cleveland.|
||The Skelton Parish Registers for 1567 to 1657.|
||The Skelton Parish Registers for 1657 to 1875.|
||The Last Deputy out of the Last Cleveland Mine - Frank Holmes.|
||The Minute Book of the Skelton Co-operative Society Committee - 1894.|
||The Minute Book of the Skelton Co-operative Society Committee - 1895.|
||The Minute Book of the Skelton Co-operative Society Committee - 1896.|
||The Minute Book of the Skelton Co-operative Society Committee - 1897 and 1898.|
||The Minute Book of the Skelton Co-operative Society Committee - 1899.|
||The Minute Book of the Skelton Co-operative Society Committee - 1900.|
||The Minute Book of the Skelton Co-operative Society Committee - 1901.|
||Skelton has the First Alum Works in Cleveland.|
Who made the Wood Carvings in All Saints Church, High St, Skelton ?|
Rowley Family connections to Skelton ?
||A Charter issued by Peter de Brus III of Skelton Castle.|
||The Wharton Arms Hotel, Skelton in Cleveland.|
||Sword Dancing in the 1900s.|
||Skelton Crime Watch - The Parish Constable.|
||Skelton Crime Watch - The Manor Court.|
||Skelton Crime Watch - North Riding Constabulary Established.|
||Skelton Crime Watch - Victorian Police and the 1900s.|
||Skelton Crime Watch - Modern Shame and Corruption.|
||Stephen Emmerson - The Miners' Friend - 1806 to 1887.|
||An American Lady's Pre-War Search for her Skelton Ancestors.|
||The Judsons at the Royal George.|
||Skelton on Fire.|
||A Victorian Yorkshire Dialect Poem about Skelton.|
||The Will of Stephen Emmerson, the Elder. 1834.|
||Charles Holmes, Bomber Command War Hero and Skeltoner to the End.|
||Skelton Castle Squire who served in both World Wars and shot his Gamekeeper dead.|
||The Skelton Brothers who met in 1916 at Ypres and not again until they were old men.|
||Photographs of Skelton in the 1950s, before the "modern" Housing Estates.|
||Ghosts in the Old Church. A Youtube Video.|
||The Skelton Centenarian, who could remember the Crimean War.|
||Herbert Pigg, Skelton Scout Master, who fought in the First World War.|
||Memories of the Orphans at Hollybush Farm, 1904 to 1920.|
||A Message from New Zealand and Richardsons of Skelton.|
||Church Rates for the Parish of Skelton in Cleveland.|
||How the Church Rates were Spent. Court Costs, Bread and Wine and Gunpowder Treason.|
||How the Church Rates were Spent. Church Repairs and Rebuilding.|
||How Church Rates were Spent. Church Contents, Wages, Killing Vermin, Dog Whipper.|
||Church Rates. How the Money was gathered in.|
||Skelton Churchwardens elected to manage Church and Poor Rates - 1718 to 1814.|
||The Saga of Hannah Emmerson of Hollybush Farm, Skelton and Margaret Barker.|
||The Petch Family in Skelton in Cleveland.|
||The Miners' Arms, Boosbeck Rd, Skelton Green.|