The following information has be sent in by Derek Cartwright and he would like to hear from anyone with information about the Cartwright’s in this area between 1812 -1841.
Does anyone know which public house in Grewelthorpe William was in charge of in 1841.
Other information has been added as it has become available.
Last update July 2020.
ALBERT V.C.CARTWRIGHT. Born 1894. Died April 1935 Knaresborough.
ALICE CARTWRIGHT. Dau of Samuel Cartwright of Harrogate. Bridesmaid for sister Dorothy.
ANNIE CARTWRIGHT Born C1892 Masham. Dau of Frederick [platelayer]. Had illeg. dau Agnes. [b1911].
BENJAMIN CARTWRIGHT. Born C.1796. Buried 22.10.1848 Mickley.
BENJAMIN CARTWRIGHT Born C1855 Low Ellington. Son of David & Sarah. married to Rachel of Exelby. Lab on Railway. living Masham in 1881.
CHARLES.CARTWRIGHT. 1917 Captain in York & Lancs Regt. Awarded Military medal. Son of Samuel Cartwright of Otley Rd. Harrogate. Later promoted to Major.
Captain Cartwright of Harrogate. [Ref. Harrogate herald 1917].
DAVID CARTWRIGHT. Born C1826 Copt Hewick. Married to Sarah of Well.
DOROTHY CARTWRIGHT. Dau of Samuel Cartwright Otley Rd. Harrogate. Married Geoffrey Astley Ingham of Harrogate August 1917.
EDWARD CARTWRIGHT. Born April 1781. Died 19.8.1858.Pickhill. Son of John & Mary Thorpe. Farmer married to Jane Burton. of Watlass. in Pickhill.
Grave of Edward & Jane Cartwright. Pickhill cemetery.
EDWARD CARTWRIGHT. 1841 census A shoemaker for John Metcalfe of Grewelthorpe
EMILY CARTWRIGHT [NEE ?]. Born C.1862 Grewelthorpe. Married Major Charles Clement John Cartwright. of Edinburgh in 1893. In 1911 they had 4 children. Living in Knottingley Leeds.
FREDERICK CARTWRIGHT Born C1861 Ellington. Son of David & Sarah. Platelayer on N.E.R. in 1911 living Masham. Married in 1890.
ISABELLA CARTWRIGHT [nee Burton]. Born 1777 Clifton. Buried 7.11.1864 Grewelthorpe. Wife of William the publican. Widow in 1861 living with daughter Mary Calvert. in Grewelthorpe.
JAMES CARTWRIGHT. Born C1789. Died Jan 1780. Son of John & Mary Thorpe.
JANE CARTWRIGHT. Born Nov 1789 Mickley. Dau of John & Mary Thorpe.
JANE CARTWRIGHT. Born 5.8.1821 Masham. Died C1851. Dau of Edward & Jane Burton.
JOHN CARTWRIGHT. Born C1750 Kirklington. Died 12.12.1825 in Mickley. Son of William & Elizabeth West. Married Mary Thorpe. of Kirkby Malzeard in 1775.
JOHN CARTWRIGHT. Born 1775 Mickley. Bap 20.8.1775 Kirkby Malzeard. Son of John & Mary Thorpe.
JOSEPH CHARLES CARTWRIGHT. Born 23.6.1892. Died 1965. Married to Cora. Living Harrogate 1939. Chauffeur.
MARGARET CARTWRIGHT Born C1856 Low Ellington. Dau of David & Sarah.
MARY CARTWRIGHT. Born 8.5.1787 Mickley. Died 16.3.1792 Mickley. Dau of John & Mary Thorpe.
MARY CARTWRIGHT. Born 30.7.1807 Grewelthorpe. Buried 14.5.1880 Grewelthorpe. M.I. Dau of William & Isabella Burton. Wife of Isaiah Calvert, Glazier in 1841. Farmer in Grewelthorpe in 1861.
PERSIS CARTWRIGHT. Born 9.2.1784 Mickley. Died 7.12.1794 Mickley. Son of John & Mary Thorpe.
PETER CARTWRIGHT. Born August 1791. Died 1868 Leyburn. Son of John & Mary Thorpe.
PETER CARTWRIGHT Born C1793 Mickley. Married to Jane a school mistress from Galphay.
PETER CARTWRIGHT. Born 21.2.1920. Son of Joseph [chauffeur] & Cora. He was a salesman in 1939. in Harrogate.
SAMUEL CARTWRIGHT. Councillor in Harrogate. Went to live in Harrogate in 1903.
S.F.CARTWRIGHT. Son of Samuel Cartwright of Otley Rd. Harrogate. Brother of Major Charles Cartwright [see above]. Captain Cartwright joined RAMC in 1914. served 1 year in France and rec. commission. to York & Lancs Regt.
THOMAS CARTWRIGHT. Born 1798 Asenby. Bap 6.7.1798 Kirkby Malzeard. Son of John of Mickley. Husband of Ester Witiker.
THOMAS CARTWRIGHT. Born C. 1830 Asenby. Bap 14 March Topcliffe. Son of John of Mickley. 1841 census Shoemakers Apprentice. Grewelthorpe.
THOMAS CARTWRIGHT Born C1820 Well. Son of David & Sarah.
WILLIAM CARTWRIGHT. Born 1777. Mickley. Bap 25.3.1777 Kirkby Malzeard. Died 1852. Buried 7.10.1852 Grewelthorpe. Son of John & Mary Thorpe. Husband of Isabella Burton. Publican Grewelthorpe. Baines Directory 1822 Victualler Black Swan, Grewelthorpe. [Researcher’s note. I am not aware of a Black Swan in Grewelthorpe. There is one however in Fearby, just a few miles away].
Lord Masham made a donation to Bradford so that the Cartwright Memorial Hall could be built on the site of his former home.
Inside is a statue of Edmund Cartwright the inventor of the power loom and the wool combing machine.