North Yorkshire Moors and Cleveland
A history of Cleveland
Saltburn by the Sea
The Cradle of Mankind is a paleoanthropological
northwest of Johannesburg, South
Africa, in the Gauteng province. Declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO in
1999, the name Cradle of Mankind reflects the fact that the
site has produced a large number of (as well as some of the oldes) hominid
fossils ever found, some dating back as far as 3.5 million years ago.
The sites to the east of Lake Turkana in Kenya where early hominid fossils
have also been found is also often called the Cradle of Mankind.
of the Farndale family is the North Yorkshire moors, originating
in Farndale itself and then spreading
out, often northwards. If there is a town in the early recorded history of
the modern Farndales, which is focal to the history of the Farndale family,
it is Kilton.