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Maisie Veal, Filey, 1915 - ?.

b. 1915;
m. 1940;
d. ?.

Maisie Veal was the daughter of Harry Veal and Mary Ellen Longhorn.

1915: Maisie Veal was born at 61 Mitford Street, Filey.1
1915: 8 Sep 1915: Maisie Veal was baptised at St. Oswald's Church, Filey.
1940: (Q4): Maisie Veal married John Cambridge Crimlisk in Filey.2

See: Chart F193

John Cambridge Crimlisk and his wife Maisie Veal were local history researchers who gathered a vast amount of heritage material. This was also donated to the Filey Town Council to remain in Filey and be accessible for people, and to become the Crimlisk Fisher Archive.

The Crimlisk Fisher Archives in Filey were created in honour of John Thomas Crimlisk son of Thos Crimlisk, ship's joiner.

1) FreeBMD:
GRO Scarborough Volume 9d Page 681, accessed 8th May, 2013.

2) FreeBMD:
GRO Buckrose Volume 9d Page 121, accessed 8th May, 2013.