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The Family History of the Andrews & Fletcher families of Yorkshire & Lincolnshire.

Related Surnames:-

Bell of Barmby on the Marsh, Reedness & Whitgift
Bilton of Cottingham & Hull
Burgess of Lambeth, Hull & Barton upon Humber
Clark of East Halton
Rands of Wootton - Lincolnshire
Winser of Old Weston
Walker of Rawcliffe
Colley of Barton upon Humber
Rose of Scawby, Brigg & Broughton
Day of Middlesex
Jeff of Hull
Woolas of Reedness & Whitgift
Bucknell of Skidbrooke an East Halton
Gawtry of Howden
Hughes of Whittlesey
Armstrong of Brigg
Martinson of Goxhill
Johnson of Goxhill
Graves of Wootton - Lincolnshire
Clay of West Halton
Vessey of Grasby
Mundy of Grasby
Wilson of Barmby on the Marsh
Waterhouse of Howden
Atkinson of Thornton Curtis
Marshall of Utterby.

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The Andrews & Fletcher Families - Yorkshire & Lincolnshire
Updated March 21, 2002


Christopher Andrews

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Family Photos

  • My own wedding (208 KB)
    The Andrews family in 1996 from left to right:- Mark, Beverley, Margaret, Philip, Christopher, Harry Colley, Sarah, Charlotte Mason, Norman, Stanley Mason
  • The Andrews Family in 2000 (120 KB)
    From left to right:- Lorraine, Philip, Sarah, Chris, Margaret, Norman, Beverley, Mark & Georgina
  • St Mary's Church, Barton Upon Humber (55 KB)
    The Church where my maternal grandparents were married in 1924
  • Norman Andrews & Emma Andrews (73 KB)
    Taken around 1938, probably in Skegness
  • Barton Harriers 1909 (99 KB)
    No relatives here but quite an interesting photograph. Pictured on Chapel Lane, I think.
  • St Martin's Service Station, Grimsby (391 KB)
    The Family Business from 1969 to 1987
  • The Fletcher & Colley families at Cleethorpes 1938 (104 KB)
    From left to right;- George Colley, Harry Colley, Charlotte Bilton, Harry Fletcher, William Fletcher (reclining), James Kennington, Margaret Fletcher, Eva Rands, Mary Burgess, Elsie Fletcher and Sheila Kennington. Taken on Cleethorpes beach.
  • Barton Peace Celebrations 1919 (78 KB)
    Again no relatives pictured here. My grandparents were both 19 years old and probably took part in the celebrations for the end of the Great War
  • My Family (104 KB)
    My own family
  • Pupils at Bardney School, Barton Upon Humber (206 KB)
    Taken in the 1940's, my Mum is pictured standing on the third row, second from the left.
  • Mary & Jack Burgess (113 KB)
    The earliest picture of my Grandma & great uncle about 1905.
  • Ronald & Norman Andrews (121 KB)
    Taken in December - this is the first time my Dad and Uncle have been pictured together in 62 years
  • Charlotte Bilton & John William Burgess (129 KB)
    The oldest picture in our family that I can definitely date. Taken on Osborne Street, Hull in 1897. Charlotte Bilton was my Great Grandmother. Apparently she knew the murderer, Dr Crippen. As yet I have no evidence to show that they lived close by. She always said that he was "a very nice man".
  • Harry Fletcher (167 KB)
    My Grandfather pictured as a teenager.
  • Stanley Mason, Ronald & Norman Andrews (90 KB)
    The previous time Ronald & Norman were pictured together
  • Wesleyan Methodist School Barton upon Humber (128 KB)
    The Class of the Wesleyan Methodist School Barton Upon Humber. The girl on the back row, fourth from the left is Gladys Espin who was next door neighbour to my Grandparents on West Acridge, Barton. This picture is from the turn of the century.
  • The Workers at Barton Farmers Company (247 KB)
    The workers of Barton Farmers Co. My great grandfather is pictured on the back row fourth from the right. Three generations of Fletchers were employed at the works.
  • Whitgift Church (79 KB)
    Whitgift Parish Church where my paternal grandparents were married and my grandmother buried.
  • John William Burgess (36 KB)
    My Great Grandfather dressed in his Royal Mail uniform. He was a postman in Barton upon Humber from 1900 to 1908.
  • Harry Colley (53 KB)
    Great Uncle Harry pictured in his Black Watch Uniform
  • Whitgift Church (59 KB)
    An alternative view. The church is famous for the number 13 on the clock face.
  • Barton Catholic Rally (132 KB)
    This picture was taken on the 7th July 1935. The man in the centre is Harry Fletcher - my grandad. Having worked at the Farmer's Company for many years he moved on to become the water board pump attendant at the water works at the top of Caistor Road, Barton.
  • Norman Andrews & Alf Andrews (38 KB)
    My father and eldest uncle pictured for the first time together
  • Alf Andrews with ice cream bike (68 KB)
    My paternal grandfather with the family business, his motorbike and side car, used to deliver home made ice cream.
  • St Augustine Webster Church - Barton Upon Humber (179 KB)
    The Church where my parents were married. The church was demolished in 1987, being only fifty years old.
  • William Bell & Martha Woolas' Marriage Certificate (139 KB)
    This marriage certificate shows Martha's father to be Elathorpe Woolas. Born in 1807, he had twelve children. His unusual name has made it much easier to trace many other descendants.
  • Sarah Gelder (40 KB)
    My Great Grandmother (date unknown)
  • West Acridge, Barton upon Humber (80 KB)
    The postcard has it wrong. This is actually West Acridge, Barton upon Humber, not Westfield Road. Pictured in the early 1900's.
  • Mary Jane Burgess (144 KB)
    My Grandma pictured in her winning fancy dress costume as Britannia. Pictured around 1912.

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