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red mail mrs clara inskip
looking for any information from anyone who knows of mrs clara inskip. @43. st.georges street macclesfield died 1st march 1949 married william inskip 4th april 1893 at Harrishead chapel
red mail Hayward
William Robert Hayward -born 21 July 1843 emigrated to New Zealand in 1867. His parents were John & Margaret (nee Williams). Robert came from Macclesfield
red mail Samuel Shepley & Hannah Wright or Whittaker.
Looking for any relations to the family of Sam and Hannah There were two children in 1901 Bertha 3 and Arthur 2. Sam was a Faustian Cutter and they lived in Lower Bank St Macclesfield. Not sure if he was married twice.
red mail Stanway Hall
My Grandmother's maiden name was Hall. She came from a large family which lived in Macclesfield, Cheshire. She married Isiah Stanway, who was a Methodist lay preacher. I was wondering from where the names Hall and Stanway originate and would like to know about my roots and if there is any body out there!!!
red mail John Walton b.1823
I am researching John Walton and have found conflicting (surprise!) information regarding his place of birth. I would deeply appreciate it if someone could check local sources to see if a John Walton was born in Macclesfield approx. 1823 (this is from the 1871 Census). I believe its more likely that he was born in or around Eccles, Lancashire (where we have traced his descendants) but so far I have not been able to find his birth information there either. Again, I am much obliged. Thanks.
red mail evans-buck
Iam searching for my wife's cousins who moved from Gravesend to Macvclesfield.They were FREDERICK NICHOLAS EVANS and his wife, IRENE (NEE BUCK) Thanks,Tom
red mail Henry Dale - Iron Founder's pattern maker
Henry Dale, born 1829 in Macclesfield, was an iron-founder's pattern maker, or model maker. He married Amy in Maidstone in 1865. His fifth child was born in 1876, after which no trace of him, or his death. Seeking information on Macclesfield iron founders etc - especially as to what connections he may have had with Maidstone. Also seeking Henry's subsequent movements or death.He lived at 84 Chester Rd, Macclesfield, next door to parents James and Maria Dale. He had a sister, Caroline. Seeking information on the Dale family origins. His grandparents may have been John and Frances Dale from the Wolstanton area.
red mail DAYESS and TURNER of Macclesfield
I am looking for any info on Joseph Turner and Elizabeth Dayess, any time from about 1790-1850's. Also, a Robert Turner.
red mail BAINBRIDGE FAMILY
I AM TRYING TO FIND BAINBRIDGE FAMILY APPROX 3 GENERATIONS WILLIAM BAINBRIDGE CAME FROM COUNTY CORK.SOUTHERN ISLAND LATE1800 FAMILY WERE BUILDERS.WALKED FROM LIVERPOOL TO MACCLESFIELD AND FOUND WORK.SETTLED AROUND SOUTH MANCHESTER
red mail Charles H Braddock
This was my great grandfather born in Macclesfield possibly 1863. He was living in Willsden, London in the 1901 census. Any information on him or the family would be greatly appreciated
MACCLESFIELD
Does anyone out there have any info on the rag trade in Macclesfield/Chester area early 1800-1850. My ancestor was a tailor there; a "peachy" job in a 'silk-cotton' area.
TURNER, Job of Macclesfield
JOB TURNER was born circa 1827 Macclesfield. He was convicted of a crime in Chester - can't find any info on what it was, but would appreciate it if anyone knows how I can find out! - in August 1843. He was employed as a tailor and continued his trade while in prison. On 24.7.1845 a warrant was issued granting him a conditional Royal Pardon - go to Australia or else! So of course he did. And that's about all I have on him. I'd love to hear from anyone who knows of other Turners in or around Macclesfield - Chester area.
DEAN FROST RATHBONE PARKER
Looking for information on L A FROST from 'The Gables' (1916) Macclesfield and also George DEAN (originally from Chapel en le Frith).George was married to Mary Ann PARKER ca 1826 to 1848.He then married Hannah RATHBONE ca 1850.Also interested in anyinformation about 'The Gables'.
HAMMOND - 1850'S
Henry Erasmus Hammond and wife Amelia Eliza, had 2 known sons, Henry Weldon born 1854 and Erasmus Sexton born 1856 (both went to Australia and married 1870's). Unusual names in their offspring like Douglas Parsons, Morley Carden, Carden Hartley, Erasmus Seaton (Sexton). Would love to hear from any Hammond in the UK with these details in their history.
red mail Cleaver/Dunn
Anyone have any info on Robert Cleaver (born Robert Dunn) who was born in 1884 to Elizabeth Dunn. He had sister Annie and in 1892 Elizabeth married Henry Cleaver. All came from the Macclesfield area.
red mail CUMBERBIRCH -MELLOR
My grandfather was James Cumberbirch he married Ada Mellor 1921 any information please
Fairhurst
William Fairhurst married Martha Elizabeth Hidderley 1873 Macclesfield. Family listed in 1881 census transcriptions as Fanhurst.Any information on William and Martha's parents please.
red mail Grindey
Looking for any information on Grindey/Grindy/Grinday families in the Macclesfied area. Most of these families trace back to Derbyshire and Staffordshire. My family line is Grindy, but even in my records my ancestors spell it the 3 different ways mentioned. Any info no matter how small maybe you just know of a marriage. I really would appreciate anything. Thank you.
Culloden; Macclesfield
I found my Gt.x4 Grandparents, name of CULLODEN, on the 1851 census, Patrick and Mary, along with their children. I do know that Patrick died in 1857, but cannot trace the family beyond 1851. Any help would be much appreciated.
family tree
i am looking for anyone who knows about john and leah press commercial rd macclesfield cheshire
red mail Gladwell
Looking for any information on William Watson Gladwell (1834) and wife Harriet Bennett Ford of Macclesfield.Curious American cousins would be most grateful.
red mail Ambrose & Harriet are my ggg grand parents.
SARAH BARKER AROUND 1814, AMBROSE ANDERSON BORN ABOUT 1814, MARRIED HARRIET OLDHAM, THEIR CHILDREN INCLUDE JAMES ANDERTON, WILLIAM ANDERSON, ELI ANDERSON, OBEDIAH ANDERSON, SARAH ANDERSON, LAVINA ANDERSON, AMBROSE ANERSON, PLACES OF INTEREST LONG MOSS, SWAN STREET, PRESTBURY ROAD, MACCLESFIELD. AMBROSE WAS A SILK WEAVER, HE DIED 1865.
red mail lewis lane goddard
lewis lane was b25-9-1895 his fathers name was edward lewis goddard mother jane late atkins formerly sendall, does this ring a bell with anyone. if so would love to hear from you iris trunley
Capper John
Any information regarding John Capper born Macclesfield Union Workhouse 1885 to Sarah Capper father unknown.Sarah was formerley a servant at Gawsworth.
red mail Gladwell
Several generations of Gladwells lived in the Macclesfield area throughout the 19th Century, first in the silk industry, then as builders. Any information appreciated, particularly relating to an emigration to America or to ancestry in Manchester andbefore that in Suffolk - Thomas Gladwell born 1800.
Hardern
seeking data on Hardern families in Macclesfield prior to 1880
red mail Naden/nadin Family
The Naden/Nadin family moved to Macclesfield from Longnor to work in the mills. The Naden/Nadin family Society welcomes any information on the family.
red mail Annie Burgess
My ggrandmother Annie Burgess was born in 1863 She was born in coare street but on the 1881 cecus she is living on cross street Macclesfield cheshire Her father thomas was a master butcher and her Other siblings were thomas fannyand emma her mother also was called Fanny My ggreat grandmother was born in coare street in 1862 hername was Annie and we think her father had a butchers shop in coare street any ideas
red mail Macclesfield
My gggrandparents George and jane Booth lived in Byron Street Macclesfield from 1835 up until the ene of the centuary they had four daughters Maria emma sarah and Annie Eliza he was aPainter and decorator
red mail Jane Worthington Of Macclesfield
She was born in 1794 or thereabouts. Anyone heard of her or her family?
red mail Flood Ashley And Clough
Am looking for Floods Ashleys and Clough particullarly related to silk industry of late 1800s
red mail James And Mary Smith Gas Works St
On 1841 census my 3xtimes Gt Grandparents lived in the terraced houses near the Gas Works.James was a painter. The family at that date were Hannah14, James10,John3, Caroline7, Jonathan1(my2xtimes Gt Grandfather) The children appear to have worked insilk and cotton industries. The family moved to Manchester by 1851. Apart from Jonathan who married Kate Flynn in 1863 and had my Gt Grandfather James Smith in 1862 I know nothing of what happened to the rest of the family
Macclesfield Silk Weaving
Any info. on Macclesfield silk industry late 1700s early 1800s ? My Jacques ancestors were there at that time.
red mail Higginbotham
does anybody have any links to Higginbothams living on Daisy Bank Macclesfield 1881 census
red mail Milward
Eliza MILWARD born Macclesfield 1861. Parents James MILLWARD of Burton, and Maria? Moved to Derbyshire.
red mail Crowder, Parker, Booth
Searching for decendants and ancestors of William Crowder (dob 1813 Ireland) and Hannah Parker (dob1815 Ireland). Known to be in Macc 1842 to at least 1861. 4 children; 1) Harriet married David Booth, children Mary, Annie, William, Sarah. The 3 "girls" lived in Catherine St till abt 1938. They never married. Would like info on William 2) William died aged 3 3)James marriedSusannah Woodward in Manchester where he was a (master) baker (my ggrandfather). 4) John...any info on him please
Wardle
George Wardle born 1818 in Macclesfield, Daughter Annie Ethel born 1880 in Macclesfield, married Matthew Henry Dale born in Leek staffs. looking for any information on Dale & Wardle.
Worsley James
Any one with any connections to James Worsley born 1807 to parents James and Margaret? He arrived in Australia in 1836 after a somewhat 'colourful' youth.
red mail James Bann
I would be interested to hear from anyone about my Grandfather - James Bann - who was, I understand, a school teacher and left Macclesfield about 1900 Also any information about other children of my Great Grandfather, James Bann, a silk mill engineer who was born abt 1830
Tarlton Of Macclesfield, Cheshire
Has anybody any history or knowledge of a TARLTON family, resident in Macclesfield, Cheshire, around 1820. Thankyou.


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