In 1860, George Johnsons cousin, Jane Ann Clegg was staying at Fridaythorpe. Jane Ann's mother wrote her a letter early August 1860 talking of going on holiday to Scarborough, and plans were afoot for "Uncle & Aunt and as many of "the young people as can be spared" to join us there".
The party for Scarborough left on the Friday, the next morning George Johnson cut his throat.
Jane Ann was seventeen - after her death, among her papers, two envelopes were found. One contained a lock of George's hair, the other flowers from his grave.
Jane Ann never married
I found the following in the Yorkshire Gazette