Have been searching the yorkshire sites to get information on toll houses, toll booths and also the turnpike routes in order to try and pinpoint where in yorkshire they were situated so that i can narrow down the search on where the yeadon's may have had a toll booth or similar. If i can do this then i can try to find out if there is any record of any yeadon's operating above mentioned, this could be via a turnpike trust or a local council (leeds county council, i think may be the most likely?)This then hopefully could confirm family rumours of them having a toll booth or similar. Hopefully this would then give a lead as to wether john's mother and brother were killed or not for their toll money, as family legend goes. So far on the web i can find no mention of murders, or suspicious deaths, solved or unsolved in connection to toll booths relating to that time. However i do believe that one of my uncle's living in canada, visited the yorkshire area a few years ago, after his visit he told me that a plaque or marker had been placed on the spot of where he thought our family may have had a toll booth or house. my mom has promised to write to my uncle to ask about this. I have only recently started my search so am relatively new to this game of family research.