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BEBINGTON. There are two of them, Higher and Lower, both renewing their youth, for hundreds of new houses were being built when we called. In the small park is a library with two stone panels of an old man inst... more
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Looking for baptism of GILERTA VAUX (VOSE ?) who was a glazier, who married ELIZABETH GARTHES in Bebington, Cheshire in approx 1633, also for the baptism of his sons, EDWARD and GILBERT. Also the baptism of ALICE VAUX (VOSE ?) who may be EDWARD'S daughter that married NATHANIAL WRIGHT (glazier) in WREXHAM in 1694. Many Thanks for any information
red mail Waring Family
Looking for information on the Waring family of Bebington. My ancestor was William Waring b. 1829 Bebington and his parents were John Waring and Nancy Quay. William arrived in Australia in 1855 and settled in the Central Western area of NSW. Would appreciate any help with this family. Dorothy
red mail Cartright-Aspinall
Samuel cartright-Aspinell died 4th june 1932 he died at 4 the village the house where he was born. the house was built by his father. In his young days samuel was a bare footed prize fighter in the district. He was also interested in racing dogs. he was a keen canary breeder and owned a valuable avairy. As a young man he had spent some time in south america.not my relative
red mail Thomas Francis, Eleanor Stephenson nee Molyneux, Elizabeth Grace
Trying to find out more about Thomas Francis (1762-1850), an eccentric from Lower Bebington who made the puzzle stones now in Bebington Library and who built a strange, turreted building in the village as a defence against invasion by Napoleon. In the 1841 census he's living with his wife Ann, maiden name unknown. Under the same roof are a servant (Mary Carrington age 23) and two little girls, surname Grace (Ann (5) and Elizabeth (7)). Someone fitting Elizabeth reappears as an annuitant, born Arley, in the 1851 census living on a farm in Bebington with the Williams family. I believe Thomas was related (perhaps a great uncle?) to Eleanor Molyneux, who married Thomas Stephenson and was subsequently the Bebington postmistress. Eleanor's descendants would love to know the link between Thomas Francis, the Graces and Eleanor Stephenson nee Molyneux. Eleanor (b Poulton cum Seacombe 1821, d Bebington 1903) owned several houses in The Village, Bebington, namely 11,13,15,17,19, 21 and 23 The Village. I would love to hear from anyone with information on the people mentioned here. Happy to share the information we already have. Thank you.
red mail William Henry Lifton R N
I am looking for any desendents of the above , he was married to Margaret Collard and William was born in Devonport they had a large family all living in Bebington their names were Margaret, William ,Martha Jane, George, Miriam, Lillian, Henrietta, Louise,John Alfred they were all born between te years of 1865 and 1877 . Have been looking for years but did eventually find another branch of the family after not meeting for 71 yars found through the Liverpool Seaman Orphanage so here is hoping
red mail Tabitha Leonard
Tabitha was born in Bebington on 13 August 1866, she married Arthur Ernest Bunn at St Nicholas Church Liverpool on the 4 September 1894. After this date there is no record at all on the 1901 census or death records. Can anyone help me find any information
red mail Hayes's on the Wirral
Are there any Hayes's that live/lived on the Wirral that are interested about their family history? If you know anything about past generations I would like to hear from you...perhaps we can swap info.
red mail Williams in Bebington
Is anyone else looking for more details of Charles WILLIAMS, who died in Bebington c1898?
red mail Frain Family New Ferry (Bebington) / Ireland
Searching for details of the Frain Family living in New Ferry (Grove Street) Bebington in 1901, Oginating from Ireland (Barnacawley, Roscommon)
red mail Library Founded 1866
FRom Cassells Gazetteer c1896 Bebington Cheshire : 1891 Population : 41,013 - Has the Mayer Hall and Library founded in 1866,library has 19,000 vols.
red mail John Cliff
John Cliff married Mary Baxter 1805 at Burton. Mary died and John married Jane before 1820. I am trying to find this marriage, could be in Liverpool. John and Jane had children Thomas, William, Ann, Ellen, Charles, Edward, Harriot, Richard, and Robert, Thomas was baptised in Liverpool, all the others Bebington. Jane was born Bebington, John was born in Penkridge, Staffordshire.

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