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Skelton Hall
Skelton Hall
Suddenly, as you travel up Skelton Lane you are presented with this stunning view of the Hall. 
 
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Solomon_Johnson_Scott.jpg
Solomon_Johnson_Scott.jpg
 
 
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Spectacular Dales Scenery
Spectacular Dales Scenery
Over every hill and dale and around every bend there are these breathtaking views! 
 
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St Edmund the Martyr church in Marske
St Edmund the Martyr church in Marske
Here is a quote about it from Geograph.org.uk
"An Anglican parish church in the small village of Marske in Swaledale, St Edmund's has an ancient history. Parts of the building including some of the columns are as old as 12th century, but much of it, including the box pews, date from c.1630 when it was largely restored. Further alterations were made in 1683 and the chancel was rebuilt in the late 19th century.

The parish is closely linked with the Hutton family, who included Matthew Hutton, Archbishop of York 1595 - 1606." 
 
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Steedman, Jane Morgan
Steedman, Jane Morgan
My Grandmother Jane Morgan (Steedman) Dalrymple 
 
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Steedman, Jane Morgan
Steedman, Jane Morgan
My Grandmother Jane Morgan (Steedman) Dalrymple on left with unknown woman. I don't know whose home this is either. 
 
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Steedman, Jane Morgan & Children
Steedman, Jane Morgan & Children
Clockwise from top left: Helen (Nellie) Dalrymple, Jane Morgan (Steedman) Dalrymple, baby Jack Dalrymple, Daisy Dalrymple, Alec Dalrymple. 
 
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Steedman, John (Post Card)
Steedman, John (Post Card)
A post card that John Steedman sent some time before he died in 1914. 
 
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tamar-constantine-mosher.jpg
tamar-constantine-mosher.jpg
 
 
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The Route
The Route
Here is where went. Except it doesn't show the return route back through Clints Wood. (Google doesn't know you can go that way) ;) 
 
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threemilehouse.jpg
threemilehouse.jpg
 
 
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To Orgate it is
To Orgate it is
So, the decision was to trust the guy at the bike rental and go ahead through to Orgate even though the sign said 'Private Road'.  
 
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To Orgate or Not
To Orgate or Not
To Orgate or not to Orgate...that is the question.
The family deliberating over whether or not it is admissible to enter through the closed gate that leads to Orgate farm. The guy at the bike rental place had told us it was a public access road. 
 
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Typical outfit worn by Loyal American Fencibles
Typical outfit worn by Loyal American Fencibles
 
 
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Ward, Claude Welton
Ward, Claude Welton
My father's eldest brother Claude Welton Ward 
 
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Ward, Donald Fraser
Ward, Donald Fraser
My 1st cousin. Uncle Claude Ward's son. 
 
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Ward, Hilda
Ward, Hilda
Hilda (Ward) Gordon, my father's eldest sister. 
 
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Ward, Lillian, Irene & Eunice
Ward, Lillian, Irene & Eunice
Lillian is Claude Ward's daughter
Irene is Claude's youngest sister
Eunice is Raymond Ward's daughter 
 
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Ward, Ralph & Christina (Dalrymple)
Ward, Ralph & Christina (Dalrymple)
My mom and dad 
 
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Ward, Ralph & Christina's 50th Anniversary
Ward, Ralph & Christina's 50th Anniversary
Newspaper article about my mom & dad's 50th anniversary that they chose to spend bowling. 
 
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Ward, Ralph Sydney
Ward, Ralph Sydney
Portrait in pastel created by daughter Virginia from original photo. 
 
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Warm & Happy
Warm & Happy
Back in Grinton, safe, dry, warm and happy after a rewarding excursion through time, trails and trees!  
 
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Wet & Weary
Wet & Weary
Getting wet and weary after coming out of the shelter of Clints Wood and being presented with a steep climb. 
 
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Woodclose Gill
Woodclose Gill
Map showing Woodclose Gill, possibly the name on the 1668 baptism record of Margaret Ward, daughter of Simon Ward of Marske. 
 

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