COWLING WEB: Cowling Village Website
 

Website Update Archives

View The Archives
 
 

BBC Weather Forecast

View Local Forecast
 
 

Local Cinemas

Local Cinemas
 
 

Watch TV Online

BBC iPlayer
ITV Catch Up
5 On Demand
4 On Demand
 
 
Family History
 
Cowling & local family history help and advice
Craven Indexes offer a local family history and local history research within the following Areas and Churches
(Including graveyards and records were available.)
BRADLEY - BRADLEY METHODIST CHURCH ( BRADLEY Nr SKIPTON )
BROUGHTON - ALL SAINTS CHURCH - ( BROUGHTON IN CRAVEN )
CARLETON (CARLETON IN CRAVEN) - ST MARY
CONONLEY - ST JOHN (THE EVENGELISTS ) CHURCH
COWLING - HOLY TRINITY
COWLING HILL - BAPTIST CHAPEL
FARNHILL - METHODIST CHAPEL
ICKORNSHAW - METHODIST CHAPEL - BAR CHAPEL
KILDWICK - ST ANDREWS CHURCH
LOTHERSDALE - CHRIST CHURCH
SILSDEN - ST JAMES CHURCH - SILSDEN EDUCATION CENSUS
SKIPTON - CHRIST CHURCH CHURCH
SKIPTON - HOLY TRINITY CHURCH
SUTTON - ST THOMAS (SUTTON IN CRAVEN)
Craven Indexes have also indexed the following
Cowling Hill Baptist Members Book - 1808 - 1988
Holy Trinity (Cowling Parish Church) Baptisms - 1845 to 1953
Holy Trinity (Cowling Parish Church) Burials - 1845 to 1891
Holy Trinity (Cowling Parish Church) Burials - 1891 to 1953
Ickornshaw Chapel Births & Baptisms - 1753 to 1838
Ickornshaw Wesleyan Methodist Baptisms - 1800 - 1839
Ickornshaw Wesleyan Sunday School - 1868 to 1887
Ickornshaw Chapel - Marriages - 1893 to 1929
Ickornshaw Chapel - Baptisms - 1853 to 1914
Cowling 1841 Census
Cowling 1851 Census
Cowling 1861 Census
Cowling Infant Admissions 24.1.1875 - 28.6.1906 Surname Index
Website: http://www.cravenindexes.co.uk
 
The Bay Horse Public House Family Tree - Compiled By: Lizzie Hill
The Bay Horse Public House Family Tree - Draft 2 - May 2007 - Compiled By: Lizzie Hill
Lizzie says that this is a work in progress project and if you can help or have anything to add please contact her via email:
 
Records Which May Help You Find Your Ancestors
BIRTHS
Civil Registration
Parish Registers
Newspaper Notices
Death & Marriage Certificates
Siblings' Birth Certificates
Biograpical Publications of Pioneers etc.
Hospital Records
Naturalisation Records


MARRIAGES
Civil Registration
Parish Registers
Newspaper Notices
Birth Certificates of Children
Death Certificates


DEATHS
Civil Registration
Parish Registers
Newspaper Notices
Directories (For Male Householders, Mainly)
Occupational & Professional Listings & Journals
Membership Listings of Associations
Funeral Parlour Records
Cemetery Records
Indexes to Monumental Inscriptions
Probate Indexes & Wills
Electoral Rolls
Biographical Publications of Pioneers etc.
Stonemason Records
Land Transfer Records
 
Family Tree Blank Form Templates
You will need microsoft excel and / or microsoft word to view the forms.

  Pedigree chart - A pedigree chart for you to record 5 stages of ancestry for any person.

  Census - Record details of information found through a census search.

  Baptisms - Record any information for family baptisms.

  Burials - Record details of burials.

  Marriages - Record details of family marriages.

  All Forms - Download All the above forms in a single zip file (More info about zip files formats - http://www.winzip.com)
 
Cowling Related Family History Websites

YOU DON'T CHOOSE YOUR FAMILY
Mike Dawson's family history blog in which he writes about his connections with Cowling. Especially my Dawson ancestors
Website: http://mikeydawson.wordpress.com

Tom Steel's Genealogy Files
This site (technically a 'wiki') is a new venture (2010) in which I am making freely available a huge amount of careful genealogical research, collected together over 40 years.
Website: http://tsgf.pbworks.com

Emmott Family History
Information about the Emmott Family History
Website: http://www.bazzasoft.net

The Teals From Kildwick
The direct lineage of known Teal members of the family tree.
Website: http://www.ateal.co.uk/family/index.html

Bancroft's From Yorkshire Website
This site is dedicated to genealogical research of Bancroft families originating from the county of Yorkshire.
Website: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~bancroftsfromyorkshire/
 
Census Searches

1881 Census Free access - http://www.familysearch.org

1901 Census pay per view - http://www.1901census.nationalarchives.gov.uk

1841 to 1901 Census - http://www.ancestry.co.uk  Subscription required.

FreeBMD - Free but not complete - http://freebmd.rootsweb.com

Yorkshire BMD - http://www.yorkshirebmd.org.uk 

1837online - Pay per view. 1837 to date Plus access to 1861 census - http://www.1837online.com/Trace2web/
 
Historical Websites

Hidden Lives Revealed - A Virtual Archive, 1881 - 1918
Hidden Lives Revealed is an exciting and unique new resource for anyone interested in British social history. The site has something for you if you are at school learning about the Victorians or even at university studying social work.
Website: http://www.hiddenlives.org.uk

The Rowley Collection
The website is a tribute to the late Dr Geoffrey Rowley the eminent Skipton historian, who with Mr. Ken Ellwood gathered together these fascinating prints.
Website: http://www.rowleycollection.co.uk

British History Online
The digital library of text and information about people, places and businesses from the medieval and early modern period, built by the Institute of Historical Research and the History of Parliament Trust.
Website: http://www.british-history.ac.uk

The Victorian Society
The Victorian Society is the national society responsible for the study and protection of Victorian and Edwardian architecture and other arts. It was founded in 1958 to fight the then widespread ignorance of nineteenth and early twentieth century architecture. Among its thirty founder members were John Betjeman and Nikolaus Pevsner.
Website: http://www.victorian-society.org.uk

SAVE Britain's Heritage
SAVE has been described as the most influential conservation group to have been established since William Morris founded the Society for the Protection Ancient Buildings over a century ago.
Website: http://www.savebritainsheritage.org

Home Page

Help Cowlingweb

Website Update Archives

E-mail:

Built By: Cowlingweb & Hosted By: Skiptonweb