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FILEY: Filey Archives

FILEY:
Filey Archives

THE CRIMLISK FISHER ARCHIVE.

Filey Town Council Offices,
Queen Street,
Filey.

Open Wednesday and Friday Mornings 10.30 - 12 noon.


Family History in Filey.

Baptisms.

  • St. Marys, Filey.
    • Photocopies are held but these are not available to the public. The essential details are being transcribed by Mr. J. Sharpe and will be available soon.
  • St. Oswalds, Filey.
    • 1694 - 1983.
  • St. Oswalds, Filey.
    • 1739 - 1790

Marriages.

  • St. Marys, Filey.
    • Photocopies are held but these are not available to the public. The essential details are being transcribed by Mr. J. Sharpe and will be available soon.
  • St. Oswalds, Filey.
    • 1739 - 1754, 1754 - 1979, 1979 - 1996.
  • Ebeneezer, Primitive.
    • 1911 - 1975.
  • Trinity Methodist.
    • 1899 - 1991.
  • Filey Marriage Register,
    • 1813 - 1837, from Borthwick Institution, York.

Deaths.

  • Filey, 1789 - 1987.
  • St. Marys, Filey.
    • Photocopies are held but these are not available to the public.
    • The essential details are being transcribed by Mr. J. Sharpe
    • and will be available soon.
  • Copy of Filey Parish Register, 1571 - 1640.

Filey Parish Register Transcripts.

  • Baptisms,
    • 1600 - 1611, 1694 - 1711, 1716 - 1739.
  • Burials,
    • 1695, 1697 - 1702, 1706 - 1739.
  • Marriages,
    • 1695, 1704 - 1707, 1713 - 1719, 1725 - 1731.
  • Baptisms,
    • 1789 - 1812.
  • Burials,
    • 1789 - 1812.
  • Marriages,
    • 1754 - 1794, 1794 - 1812.
  • Marriages
    • 1813 - 1909. (Crimlisk)
  • Burials
    • 1813 - 1961, Crimlisk).
    • 1694 - 1812, (Crimlisk).
  • Baptisms
    • 1813 - 1936, (Crimlisk).
  • Parish Register
    • 1573 - 1617, (Crimlisk).

Churchyard Inscriptions.

  • St. Oswald, Filey as at 1977.

Filey Quakers.

  • Hull University Library.

Census.

  • 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891.
  • Filey Census, 1841, photocopies, 45 sheets.

Fylingdales Census Return

  • 1841, 1851, 1861.

Directories.

  • North and East Ridings, 1823. (Baines)
  • North and East Riding, 1840.
  • Kelly, 1879.
  • Kelly, 1872.
  • Bulmer 1892.
  • Bennetts Business Directory 1898.
  • Kelly's 1921.

Parish Magazines

  • are held from 1894 (Homewords) through to-unfortunately with
  • gaps-April 2001(Envoy).

Newspaper cuttings

  • from the mid-nineteenth century onwards. These can very useful for the more prominent members of the town, giving births, christenings, details of marriages including lists of presents, deaths and obituary.

More information on these can be often obtained from technical journals, The Builder, Engineer, The Grocer, Gas World etc., which often gave details of them and their families. An example from Filey is Arthur F. Guy who tried to persuade the Filey Local Board to introduce electric lighting and was more successful with the Bridlington Local Board.

Council records on film which give details of war time evacuees from Hull, Sheffield and Hartlepool. (Not available to the public.)

Hunts Cyclists, 1914-1919 War.

A collection of family trees produced by various people, together with other related information.

Photographs.

The Archive is open Wednesday and Friday Mornings 10.30 - 12 noon.


Eric J Pinder,

Archive Supervisor.


© Eric Pinder