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red mail Bailey - (Whaley Bridge - Derbyshire)
Hannah Bailey, daughter of Joseph Bayley and Betty Faulkner, born 1803 at Whaley Bridge. Siblings: Elizabeth, Joseph, Peter, John, Sarah, Samuel, George. Hannah married Joseph Heathcote and emigrated to America in 1843. Looking for families of Joseph Bayley and Betty Faulkner.
red mail Jodrell - (Whaley Bridge - Derbyshire)
Interested in corresponding with anyone researching the Jodrell's from Whaley Bridge and Macclesfield Forest. Also interested in information on Mary Shrigley b.abt 1710, Jane Birchenall, Martha Mathers b.abt 1845, Nancy Kemp (m. James Jodrell), Elizabeth Ann Wood b.25 March 1874
red mail family tree - (Whaley Bridge - Derbyshire)
looking for any information on george wild abt 1854 1 daughter ann
red mail William Pearce - (Wharton - Cheshire)
William b1829. Married Mary Tudor 1850 at Mold Parish Church. Later lived in Barrow-in-Furness, Southsea, Denbighshire and Madeley, Staffordshire.
red mail Golden Lion Inn - (Wheelock Heath - Cheshire)
Has anyone any information on the Golden Lion Inn at Wheelock. In 1861 a Samuel Lunt and his wife Sarah ran it.
porter - (Wildboarclough - Cheshire)
believed to be a farm manager late 1800's, came to the area from St Michaels on Wyre, lancashire
Phillips Smith - (Wildboarclough - Cheshire)
Looking for information on Charles Hall Phillips and family. He was my Great Great Grandad. He married Amy Smith and they had Florrie (1915), Charley (1920), Mary (1921), Marion (1923), Albert (1925) and Martha Jane (1927). Amy's mother's name was Lavinia Smith 1854-1932. Amy died at Buxton Cottage Hospital in 1928. Charles lived and ran Cuthorne Farm, which is listed as being in WINCLE and WILDBOARCLOUGH. He also served during WW1, listed as Absent Voter due to being a serviceman not demobbed yet, 1918. In the Wildboarclough Town Book, he is recorded as becoming Overseer in 1922 and Recipient of Broughs Charity in 1928. The children are entered in Wildboarclough School Log between 1920-1928, when they left the district. Any info about this family would be wonderful, thanks.
red mail GLOVER/HESKETH/ROBINSON - (Willaston (near Nantwich) - Cheshire)
Fredrick Henry Glover was my great grandfather born 26 November1861 to parents Arthur Glover and Elizabeth Glover(nee Robinson). He married Elizabeth Hesketh and had 2 children William Arthur and Ada. Elizabeth died when the children were small and Fredrick seems to have disappeared leaving the children with their Hesketh grandfather and later in the Barony workhouse.
red mail Kettle Family - (Willaston (near Nantwich) - Cheshire)
Looking for any information on the Kettle family from Willaston and Nantwich. I have information about myself, my father William and my grandfather, George Arthur Kettle. All of us attended the Willaston Primary school - the one no longer used.
red mail Jolliffe - (Willaston - Cheshire)
Looking for info on the Jolliffe family who lived at Meadow House, Willaston ,from about 1910 to 1980. John and Isabella Jollife were the parents of Alexander Jolliffe,my grandfather. His wife was Jean, and their son was John Alexander.
red mail POLLARD - Willaston - (Willaston - Cheshire)
John POLLARD of Bingley, Yorks married (April 1832) Elizabeth STEPHENSON of Cottingley and had at least 6 children. They moved down to Willaston, Cheshire in about 1850 when Bingley was expanding in prosperity. Would like to know how and why and if they owned land in Bingley or any details of family?
red mail WILLIAMS Willaston - (Willaston (near Neston) - Cheshire)
My Gt Gt Grandfather was DAVID AWST WILLIAMS Born 1807 at Felin Ucha Glan Conwy Den.(a corn water mill) his father Cadwaladr was the miller , David Awst was Farmer, Carpenter ,and Builder,He died in Willaston 1875 (Ches) The death cert writing looks like "cons" ie our old friend TB. The death was reported by SAMUEL WILLIAMS (cert)I have David,s 1848 Carey,s Dictionary where he has marked a map "where I have Worked" there is a cross just about where Willaston is,was there a Manor or Estate here long ago because that is where his work(decorative carpentry included)took him.DAVID and his youngest son ELIAS had been working at South Marston Wilts from 1868 building a "MODEL VILLAGE" for the Lord of the Manor ALFRED BELL Solicitor to the Duke of Newcastle (staffs)Elias married a girl ELIZABETH HUGHES in South Marston. DAVID went back to North Wales when the building work was completed. His wife Anne nee OWENS and JANE his daughter a spinster, died of TB in 1870 and 1871 CAE EITHIN their farm at Llandrillo n Rhos Den. To me David had no home in his late years but were there relatives in or near Willaston???? Allen.
red mail Taylor - (Willaston (near Neston) - Cheshire)
Trying to find out about my great aunt Lily, she was Lily Taylor, but I cannot find any trace of her after 1891, when she presumably married. She had a daughter Nora, who eventually became Mrs Blake, and lived at Altrincham. Lily was born 27th March. 1878 the daughter of Thomas and Mary, she worked for a time as a servant in Birkenhead, Cheshire.
red mail Searching for Columber Heath - (Willaston (near Neston) - Cheshire)
A small area of land on the border between Willaston parish in Wirral and Eastham parish is shown on a 1777 map of Cheshire, surveyed by Peter Burdett, as "Columber Heath", and the name also appears in a Willaston deed dated 2 March 1618/19. I am trying to find the origin for the name, and one line of enquiry is that it might be a personal or family name, possibly of Gypsy background. The area is associated in the 19th century with gypsies; an association preserved in a local house name of Gypsy Corner. I would be grateful for any helpful suggestions. Matthew
red mail CARMAN, Richard, 1629 - (Wimbolds Trafford - Cheshire)
Ancestor Richard Carman, December, 1629; baptised December 29, 1629, St Mary's, Thornton le Moors, Cheshire, son of Robert Carman
red mail Wincham - (Wincham - Cheshire)
Researching Massey & Holland families of Wincham circa 1800-1825
red mail Hodkinson / Holford / Rowe - (Wincham - Cheshire)
Looking for any information on the HODKINSON (HODGKINSON), ROWE, HOLFORD families that lived in Wincham in the 1800's.
red mail Wincham - (Wincham - Cheshire)
Researching the Massey family. Particularly Stephen Massey (and family) who was a miller and farmer at Cranach Mill/Cranach Mill Farm until 1861.
red mail Broom(e) - (Wincham - Cheshire)
Looking for any information on this family name who lived and worked in the salt industry in Wincham and Marston around the 1850's and 1860's. Other names: Watson, Whetnell, Calladine.
red mail curzon - (Wincham - Cheshire)
Phillips Smith - (Wincle - Cheshire)
Looking for information on Charles Hall Phillips and family. He was my Great Great Grandad. He married Amy Smith and they had Florrie (1915), Charley (1920), Mary (1921), Marion (1923), Albert (1925) and Martha Jane (1927). Amy's mother's name was Lavinia Smith 1854-1932. Amy died at Buxton Cottage Hospital in 1928. Charles lived and ran Cuthorne Farm, which is listed as being in WINCLE and WILDBOARCLOUGH. He also served during WW1, listed as Absent Voter due to being a serviceman not demobbed yet, 1918. In the Wildboarclough Town Book, he is recorded as becoming Overseer in 1922 and Recipient of Broughs Charity in 1928. The children are entered in Wildboarclough School Log between 1920-1928, when they left the district. Any info about this family would be wonderful, thanks.
red mail lomas - (Wincle - Cheshire)
looking for information on the lomas family who farmed in wincle in the last decade of the 18th century before settling in gawsworth
Allen,Hitchen ,Wigley Hitchen Winnington - (Winnington - Cheshire)
I am looking for connections with Mary Hitchen Gdaughter of Henry Allen b 1889 in Winnington Richard Lightfoot, John Wigley, Frank Allen,Henry Hitchen All married daughter of Henry Allen, and Florence Hunt who married Thomas Allen marraiges in Witton or Winnington
wigley - (Winnington - Cheshire)
John Robert Wigley (Widower)Pork Butcher married Eliza Allen St Helens Church Witton 1899 Does anyone else have this family in their tree?
red mail Joseph and Emily Bramhall - (Winnington - Cheshire)
I am looking for information on the families of the above two people. They are husband and wife and had 3 children but I want info on their parents and siblings. They all lived in Winnington,Northwich, Cheshire
red mail Richard Higgins b 1808c - (Winnington - Cheshire)
I am looking for information of Richard Higgins, who was born in Cheshire, the son of Thomas Higgins. Richard's first marriage in approx 1827 was to Jane surname unknown,I haven't been able to find the surname of Jane they had as far as I know four children - Thomas b1828, Ann b1831, George b1833 and Mary Ann born 1836c in Northwich, Cheshire, Mary Ann married Thomas Broom who was born in Over Peover, Cheshire in 1826c. Jane died about 1836ish although I am not sure of this. Richard married again on 1 Feb 1838 Ann Summerfield, who was born in Holmes Chapel, his marriage certificate states he was a widower. Richard and Ann had four daughters Margaret born 28 Jan 1839 in Marston, Ellen 1841, Elizabeth 1843 and Jane born in 1849c, in their later years Richard and Ann were Salt boilers, their address on the 1861 census was Anderton Salt Works. Any help would be appreciated.
red mail Wirswall - (Wirswall - Cheshire)
Thomas Henshall and Thamar Woodthorpe, married in Whitchurch in 1799, raised 9 children while living in Wirswall, between 1799 and 1821. There were only 11 houses there at that time, and most people were farmers, according to the tax roles. I wouldlove to hear from anyone who knows of this Henshall (later spelled Henshaw) family, or anyone who knows of the history of Wirswall. Marny
red mail classmates - (Wistaston - Cheshire)
anyone at Wistaston school between l939 and 1945 please contact me as would like to meet up with old friends.Or anyone knowing of anyone at this school at this time.
red mail Red Hall Farm - (Wistaston - Cheshire)
Searching for information about the Bratherton family who came from Wistaston. George was a farmer at Red Hall Farm. His son Richard was born in Wistaston in 1811. Can find no record of George's birth or marriage. He had several sons who appear not to have married. Richard married and was landlord of the Bridgefoot Inn in Nantwich untill his death in 1880. Would welcome information on George or other relatives.
red mail 2 manor avenue wistaston - (Wistaston - Cheshire)
i am trying to research the history of 2 manor ave wistaston and would appreciate any info such as previous street names, owners or previous site use. Any help would be much appreciated
BARNES, JONES - (Witton-cum-Twambrooks - Cheshire)
Alice Barnes, b. Warrington c.1808, and George Jones, b. Chester c.1811, a decorator, married c.1835 in Warrington. Five children were born in Witton by 1844, Charles Albin Jones being my gt-grdfthr. Charles eventually went to Hull, Yorkshire, and became a photographer and victualler (i.e. two separate businesses). Further news would be welcome.
Weedall family of watermen - (Witton-cum-Twambrooks - Cheshire)
Any details required for John Weedall b.2/3/1826 married Mary Ann Fallows b.7/7/1836 both from Witton. Family were watermen and lived in Tabley St, Witton before moving to Birkenhead. Children were Mary Ellen b.17/4/1859, Frances Ann b.1860, Arthur b.3/3/1867, Clara b.1868, Elizabeth b.1871, George b.1873 & Anne Jane b.22/1/1878. Son Arthur married Hannah Allcock Holland in Birkenhead 1891 and they had children Eveline b.1898, Arthur b.1900, Doris b.1902, Gladys Maud b.1905, Elizabeth Florence b.1907 & Dorothy b.1912. Would love any information at all but particularly further details regarding John Weedall and Mary Ann Fallows re marriage, siblings, parents etc.
red mail Butterworth and Carter families in Witton - (Witton-cum-Twambrooks - Cheshire)
Looking for Butterworth and Carter families in Witton. William and Hannah had grocer's shop in Witton Street in 1871.
Senior - (Witton and Witton-cum-Twambrooks - Cheshire)
Looking for any information on the Senior family from Witton during the 1800s. Alice Senior b1871 in Northwich was my gg grandmother who married Samuel Thomas Appleton. Her parents were William Senior and Mary Anne Bennions. Any info will be greatly recieved, thanks.
red mail Pawnbroker in Woodchurch - (Woodchurch - Cheshire)
Good Morning from Tropical North Queensland I am looking for information on George Monday and Margaret Monday nee Stevenson. According to Margaret's death certificate she was the wife of George Henry Monday Pawnbroker.In October 1886 they lived at Carpenters Row West Kirby Thank you Sheila
red mail Kane - (Woodchurch - Cheshire)
im looking for info on my nan Elizabeth (Ruth)? married Samuel Kane in Birkenhead i think they had 5 children 1 which was my dad again Samuel who married Sheila any info would be great as i have just found out my father died a few years ago thanks
red mail Isaac Later & Family of Woodford - (Woodford - Cheshire)
Looking for information on Isaac Later's sibings. Isaac was born circa 1826 in Woodford Cheshire and married Sarah Fawkner in June quarter 1848 in Macclesfield.
red mail Thomas Hallworth - (Woodford - Cheshire)
I am searching for information on the family of Thomas Hallworth Brn about 1818 died 1878 married Hannah and had children George, Ellen,Anthony,Fanny,Martha and Mary would like to find who his parents were. I am from Australia and it is very hard to look up British ancestors from down under. Hope someone can help thanking you.
red mail BUNTS (Bunce), Woodhouses, Cheshire - (Woodhouses - Cheshire)
BUNTS, Elizabeth, was 'of Woodhouses' near Frodsham when she married Henry Haspell, a farmer of Helsby in 1727. Her children were Henry, Thomas, Elizabeth, and Richard. I do not know her predecessors but have discovered that Elizabeth's surname is Cornish.
red mail clegg family in woodley in 1891 - (Woodley - Cheshire)
can anyone please help me with a look-up on the 1891 census for woodley,researching the name thomas clegg by 1891 thomas would be married to ann and have the following children robert b.h.clegg william r.f. clegg rupert v. clegg getilda r.clegg mildred m.clegg born 1892 woodley I will be very gratefull for any help received
red mail George Taylor b 1844 - (Woodley - Cheshire)
Does anyone have information on George Taylor b abt 1844 in Woodley, Cheshire. He was a wheelwright in 1881, and on his marriage certificate in 1896 he was a coal merchant. I MUST have rellies out there because they had 10 children. He married Mary Ann Richardson from Halifax Yorkshire,in 1859? Their children were: Hannah b 1864 in Woodley; John w b 1865 in Woodley; Mary E b. 1868; Martha b 1870 Blackburn; Elles U. b 1872 Gorton; George b Woodley 1873; Charles b 1876 Openshaw; Fred b 1880 in Openshaw; Rose born 1883 Droylsden; & Nancy b 1888 in Droylsden. Any family connections and information would be appreciated. Lynn, NZ
red mail Wallace/ Maguire Raymond - (Wythenshawe - Cheshire)
Searching for descendants of Raymond Wallace/ Maguire son of Jack and Florence wallace brother of Rita Formerley in the navy and died of a heart attack leaving a wife May be known by the name Maguire
red mail James Edward Jones - (Wythenshawe - Cheshire)
Looking for above born 31st Jan 1929 at 17 Ripon Street, Manchester. Last known address was in 1950:- 3 Chelt/Cheat/CHalk Walk, Wythenshawe. Parents were Joseph Ralph Jones and Zena Jones (formerly Rafsky)
red mail Byron - Wythenshawe - (Wythenshawe - Cheshire)
George Byron bc 1891 married Ellen (Nellie) Hill b 1898 Bradford, Manchester. In the 1930's the family moved to a new house in Wythenshawe, if any one is descended from this family, I'd be happy to hear from you.
red mail Brannick/Simson family - (Wythenshawe - Cheshire)
Looking for details of Walter Brannick married Dorothy Simson from Burnage in 1948. Any help with tracing the family would be great Last known in or around the Wythenshawe area. Dorothy was my father's sister.

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