These are pictures of Yellands I have
picked up from various places.
If you recognise any of them, let me know.
This family is from
M. Black's site.
Henry Yelland [1840-1905], son of John Yelland [1795-1870] and Ann
Henry was born, 27 Dec 1840 in Cheriton Bishop, Devon; married
Catherine Thomas, 9 Apr 1860, in Bovey Tracy, Devon;
and died, 2 Dec 1905 in Somerville, Massachusetts, USA
Henry Yelland emigrated to the USA in 1873 from Staffordshire, England.
Louis Henry Yelland Sr. [1880-1955]
Frances Adams Lane Yelland [1888-1964]
FR: Henry Yelland [1840-1905], Lucy [1865-1940],
Emily [1860-1941], Catherine (Thomas) Yelland [1840-1921]
BR: Fred [1873-1939], Lottie (Harriet) [1883-1979], Etta [1875-1927],
This is William Henry Yelland [b. Jan 05, 1877] at #1 London Road; Newcastle under Lyme, Staffordshire, England,
son of William Yelland [1831-1908] and Mary Ann Palmer.
This picture was sent to me many years ago by Joyce (Yelland) Mohr,
Yelland, Liverpool Fire Salvage Corps, Chief Office
another copy of the same picture which I received from Fay (Yelland)
Pascoe from Glasgow, Scotland.
Her branch of the Yelland's tree starts with Jane Yelland, not
married, born abt 1784 in either Devonshire or Cornwall.
Richard Collings Yelland, born Feb 1834 in Stoke Damerel, Devon,
died 1 Jun 1903 in Liverpool
He is wearing the regalia of the Worshipful Master of the Temple
Lodge of the Freemasons.
He is also
wearing his Crimean War medals.
MEN OF THE LIVERPOOL SALVAGE CORPS, SOMETIME IN THE 1860s
THE LIVERPOOL FIRE SALVAGE CORPS, 1891 (Possibly Fay's great-grandfather, RCY,
with the dog)
This shield was presented to Richard Collings Yelland by the
Liverpool Fire Salvage Corps on his retirement.
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