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red mail Carson
Francis and Catherine Carson came over from Ireland @1876 to Liverpool brought with them a son John they had other children including Frank my grandfather. Any info about where they came from in Ireland.
red mail AMELIA ST
Looking for any information regarding my aunt Mary SMITH d o b 1902 lived in Amelia St liverpool
Captain Thomas Patching
Anyone connected? Thomas Patching born Mundesley Norfolk 1819 died Liverpool 1900. Thomas was a sea captain who sailed from Hull and Liverpool. His first wife Christiana Dales died at sea in 1859. His second Caroline Williams died in Liverpool 1887. His third wife was Margaret Draper who had two children Margaret Draper Patching, she became Margaret Matthews and Thomas Henry Patching. There is also a connection to Faversham Kent.
red mail Dynan/Dinan/Dinnin/Dinen etc who were Tailors in Lancashire.
Hi, I'm looking for help with Dynan/Dinan's in Liverpool and possibly Manchester in the early to mid 1800's. The oldest known relation is John Dynan/Dinan born abt 1806-12 in Ireland,possibly Co Cork, he was a Tailor by occupation. He's on the 1841 census with his family but then left his family in Liverpool and emigrated to the US arriving safely in late 1850 in New York, it appears he quickly died there according to his wife's 1851 Liverpool Census where she is listed as 'widow'. We cannot find anything other than his marriage in 1827 at the Cathedral Manchester to Ann Parry ( no parents listed), the 1841 English census and then his arrival in New York, we cannot find his parents or his death registered anywhere and it's very frustrating! He/they had four children that we know of, but maybe even eight or more between 1827-1845, John, Charles, Griffith and Ann. I know the lines down from these children, except for John born abt 1829-31 in Anglesey, Wales who is on the 1851 census living with his maternal Grandparents. (I'm trying not to get side tracked..but John 'junior' may also go to the US later and die in the Battle of Bull Run/Manassas in 1861, or he could be the person in the family tale who 'fell' overboard off a ship and drowned, maybe trying to save a colleagues life...another puzzle.) I'm now pinning my hopes on the fact John 'senior' is listed as a Tailor on any documentation we have seen. Curiously in Lancashire at that time there appears to be a few Dynan/Dinan/Dinnin/Dineen men who were all Tailors, so I'm hoping there is some link, they maybe related ie. if his brothers then trained in the family business in Ireland, if his sons then trained pre 1841 census and out working elsewhere etc! Does anyone know anything about these other men who were tailors: William Dynan who married Mary Dansall in 1835, Edward Dinnin who married Margaret Holburn in Rochdale in 1851 and his father also called Edward was a tailor too, Nicholas Dynan who married Mary Simmons/Sommers in 1851 in Bolton and his father was John Dynan also a tailor and maybe our John or not, and Robert Dinnen who was a tailor and also the father of Robert John Dinnen (a tailor)who married Mary Ann Piper in 1885 in Salford) incase a family link starts to appear? Also in Liverpool about the same time were two sisters, Mary Dynan marrying James Walsh in 1834 and Bridget Dynan marrying John Lyons (a Tailor!) in's possible these two could be relations also. Does anyone know anything at all that could help me break through this wall? My parents tried for years pre the Internet using old records and churchyard visits etc and I've been trying for at least 20 yrs now! Any help or guidance of any sort would be fantastic, Thank you. Lynn
red mail My father
Hi does anyone have any information aboutmy father his name was John joseph smith he lived in Amelia St Everton in early 1900s , I have also been told he lived in bostock St , I would be grateful if anyone can help Thanks Ann
red mail 17 sonning street
looking for information on a Patrick mccabe thought to be living in sonning street liverpool in 1938, any information would be appreciated , patrick was married to a mary v murphy .
T H EDWARDS - UK to Melbourne, AUS Sept 1908
The passenger list for the White Star ship AFRIC which left Liverpool on 21 Sept 1908 for Australia via the Cape includes the following person : T H EDWARDS single, male and described as a painter. He was booked for Melbourne ( arrival Nov 6 ) although the ship went on to Sydney. Any info regarding his UK origins or what became of him in Aus would be appreciated. ( If he was my missing G'grandfather who did a vanishing act from Burslem, STS around this time he would have been aged about 29 years )
Morgan or Carroll
I am searching for relatives of David Morgan born 1835/6 in ? London. He married Elizabeth Carroll born 1836/7 and she was from Clare Ireland, they had 5 children and settled in Braesnose Road Bootle. According to the 1881 census his occupation was mariner.
Thomas McKay
I am looking for info on Thomas McKay born 1895, died 1923, Liverpool. He married Elizabeth ?????? possably March 1919, had a daughter Daisy born 1919, died 1928. Served in the first world war, Regiment unknown. He had a brother Andrew, and a sister Lily. Father Thomas, mother Annie, NEE Campion
I am looking for information on Elizabeth Mckay, b c1889, (maiden name not known), married to Andrew Mckay, b1888 and their daughter Edith, b1917. Andrew died in 1943 and I believe Edith may have died in the late 1930's, I think that Elizabeth outlived both, but no info to confirm. Dave
Isaac Campion
Can anybody help, I am looking for any information on Isaac Campion, born 1875 Liverpool and married Alice Musker in 1904. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Steve

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