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High Legh Cheshire
HIGH LEGH. It seems to have more great houses than little ones, for there are halls wherever we go. It has a church of 1893 looking old fashioned with timber walls and a tower lighted by leaded windows, near wh... more
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red mail Gleaves of High Legh
The Gleaves were a long standing family in High Legh and Great Budworth many of them with the same christian names. I am trying to pin relatives together so looking for William b.1735 and his wife Sarah Ryder. I believe she was married again after his death possibly to someone called Hough or Norbury or both. Any help appreciated
red mail Isaac Mills
I have traced my ancestry back to an Elizabeth Mills baptised in Rostherne ( born High Legh) in 1792. Her parents were Isaac Mills and Betty Rigbey. I haven't conclusively found Isaac's ( or Betty's if it comes to that) baptism. Would it be likely that a person who lived his married life in High Legh would have been born in Great Budworth? Thanks
red mail solan
I am looking for more information on the Solan family. John & Mary Solan lived in High Legh from c 1864. They had the following children born in the area.Hannah born c 1865, Cescilia born c 1866, Joh born c 1868, Michael born c 1869, Patrick born c 1870, Thomas born c 1872, Anthony born c 1872, Anthony born c 1874, Ellen born c 1876, Edward born c 1878, Martin born c 1879 and Margaret born c 1881. Any ideas?
red mail Harrops of High Legh and Rostherne
I am researching the Harrop family of High Legh and Rostherne. I have records of them moving from High Legh to Rostherne in 1835. Any information would be greatly appreciated. George
red mail Price - Latham Family
Joseph Price lived in High Legh from abt 1890 to 1920. He worked as a Land Surveyor in the area. He married Martha Latham abt 1890 and had 2 children, Joseph F. D.O.B abt 1892 and Ivy D.O.B April 1899. Martha died 6 days after Ivy's Birth. His son Joseph F. died abt 1907. Joseph married is sister-in-law Bertha abt 1899. Joseph, Bertha and Ivy imgrated to Australia around 1921. Any information would be gratefully appreciated. My name is Lyn and I am their gt granddaughter.
red mail Sixsmith Family
My ancestor was Margaret Sixsmith born 1818 in High Legh. Her Father was James Sixsmith, a labourer. If anyone has any more information on the Sixsmiths of High Legh please let me know. Alison
Hewitt family of High Legh - Timothy Hewitt married Hannah Wright. Both buried at Rostherne.
red mail Skelhorn
John Skelhorn b 1801 Lymm married Ann b 1802 High Legh...don't know her surname or heritage would love more information if anyone can help... many thanks Janet.
red mail Dale & Broom(e) family
Samuel Broom(e) and Julia nee Dale married Rostherne 1846 -3 children William, Sarah and John.Children were orphaned and went to live with gran Hannah Dale. John married Ann and moved to Salford.Anyone researching this family?
red mail skelhorn
looking for any info on my gr/gr/grandmother jane who married william leah she had 2 children with him james & samuel, he then died & she married again to a samuel pritchard they had 5 more sons & lived in altrincham. jane`s father was also called william and he was a stonemason,does anyone know these skelhorn`s. thanks janet,,...
My Grandfather, John Pearson Porter was the manager at Home Farm in High Legh,after his death in 1908, his widow Rhuanna married a Renshaw, I am looking for any information in regards to this event,has anyone any old photo's of the village?
red mail TAYLOR
Researching TAYLOR from High Legh/Rostherne,Mere areas
Allen Family
My gggrandmother Elizabeth Allen was born in High Legh, m Robert Paarker Banton in Didsbury in1845. Her father's name was Joseph but I can't find any more details.Can anyone help?
red mail William Hough
Looking for baptism (around 1704) and marriage(about 1730) of William Hough of High Legh to Deborah.

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