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Charlotte EMPTAGE: eyfhs 35 (redirected from Emptage B13)

Page history last edited by Ian Elsom 5 years, 5 months ago

Crimlisk Reference:  B13



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In memory of CHARLOTTE, widow of JAMES EMPTAGE, who died Sept 8th 1873, aged 78 years.


Also of the above named JAMES EMPTAGE, Chief of the Coastguard, Filey, died Jan 15th 1841 and was interred at Flamborough, aged 47 years.


Likewise, ELLEN their daughter, died Aug 27th 1851, aged 27 years.


HENRY, died May 6th 1843, aged 17 years.


And GEORGE, July 31st 1831, aged 1 year 9 months




The EYFHS entry (35) has the following Burial Register notes:
1873 Sep 11. Charlotte Emptage, Filey. 78. (Flamborough Register.)
1841 Jan 21. James Emptage, Flamborough. 47.
1851 Aug 27. Ellen Emptage, Filey 27.
1843 May 6. Henry Emptage, Filey. 17.
1831 Jul 30. George Emptage, Filey, 1yr & 8 mons (sic).
Citation: Filey, St Oswald’s Monumental Inscriptions, Part one: 35, page 6. East Yorkshire Family History Society, Publication No. M289, © 2014






L7BK-79B · James EMPTAGE

L7BK-Q1G · Charlotte MESSENGER

L7BK-HG8 · James Mayers EMPTAGE married Elizabeth HARRISON




GMW4-ZJ2 · Henry Thomson EMPTAGE

GMW4-4L5 · George Reeves EMPTAGE

K8KB-WGQ · Charlotte EMPTAGE married John Sumpton FOX




FamilySearch Tree





Looking at Filey Blog (at UK Web Archive)


James Emptage 15 Jan 2011

Sunday Assortment 68: John Fox, Stonemason 12 May 2013




Record of the Inscriptions on the Gravestones in the Churchyard of St Oswald's Church Filey as at Spring 1977

Recorded by John C. & Maisie Crimlisk, 1978

Post-Spring 1977 Inscriptions recorded by John Siddle

Original Typescripts held at St Oswald's Church and the Crimlisk Fisher Archive

Digitization by Ian Elsom, 2008-2009, shared online with kind permission of Filey PCC


Filey, St Oswald's Monumental Inscriptions, East Yorkshire Family History Society, March 2014

This resource, in three parts, is available from the Society. (M289, M291 & M304.) It is a more comprehensive record and its sequential numbering system

has been adopted for the Wiki Page Titles, with Crimlisk Area, Grave, and Row reference (areas D, E, F, & G) as a Sub-Head.


The inscriptions given here are from the digitization of the Crimlisk Record.


Last updated 3 November 2018



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