b'Wilkinsons & CarltonsMary CarltonWhilst researching my family history at the Archives in Beverley I saw the following Census Returns:1841 Bishop WiltonMatthew Wilkinson (Farmer)Elizabeth WilkinsonQuarton Wilkinson1841 Youlthorpe/GowthorpeThomas Carlton (Farmer)Elizabeth and Thomas must have married soon after this Census as the 1851 Returns show them as married and living at Youlthorpe with their daughter, Mary:1851Thomas Carlton (33) (Farmer) born YoulthorpeElizabeth Carlton (32)Mary Carlton (6) born 17/11/1844The family then moved to Wynam Farm at Sutton on Derwent where they had two sons:Thomas born 2/10/1853, died 9/10/1853William born 23/12/1855Elizabeth died at Sutton on Derwent on 6/1/1856 and her death was registered on 8/1/1856 by Quarton Wilkinson of Bishop Wilton who had been in attendance at her death. He would be 17 or 18 years of age at the time.Thomas Carlton appears to have got married again shortly afterwards as the 1861 Census for Sutton on Derwent shows:Thomas Carlton (43) Maria Carlton (32)Mary Carlton (16)William Carlton (5)Anne Carlton (2)James Carlton (4 months) - my GrandfatherThis photo of Mary, Quarton Wilkinsons niece and 13/12/1860 - 27/5/1931 my Great Aunt, was taken at Manor Farm, Sutton Thomas was farming 246 acres and he employedon Derwent on 9th June 1920:4 men and 2 boys at that time. Maria and Thomas had 5 further children - John, Richard, Ellen, Thomas and Maria.Backgarden Find - A Cartridge CaseC onnor Jenner, our youngest amateur archaeologist, spotted a molehill under the hedge at the back of Dray Cottage, Main Street. He dug into the loose soil with a trowel to investigate what was there and was pleased to find this brass end from a shotgun cartridge case:Connor managed to make out Eley Bros on the base (it also has No 12 stamped on to it) and he has been using the internet to find out more about the company.BULLETIN 12 197'