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red mail Ryder/ Rider family 18thC
The Ryder/Rider family were whitsters (aka bleachers) in Blackley in the 18th century. A John Ryder married a Martha Darnley in 1735 at the Collegiate Church, Manchester. They appear to have been based in Crow Lane and to have had about ten children, who appear to have married with and into the Scholes, Butterworth, Travis and Harrison families and possibly others. I am very interested in discovering more about this period in the family's history, and could anyone with information please contact me. Stephen.
red mail Tweedale Hill farm
Interested in knowing more about this (former?)residence: origins, residents etc
red mail DELAUNAY and Turkey Red Dye Works
HI, I'm looking for anyone with information on the Delaunay family and the Turkey Red Dye works in Blackley. Particularly anyone with family connections, to Angel Raphael Delaunay. Debs
red mail James Wm Whittaker b.30/3/1843
Parents were William Whittaker and Ann Hamer. I would be grateful for any information especially from the 1841/1851 census. James's children were Ethel Laura/Eveline/Alice A./Gertrude/Samuel James Whittaker. Hoping there might be someone related reading this! Many thanks Joanne
RAMSBOTTOM
Looking for any information on RAMSBOTTOM families in Blackley.
red mail BOWKER
Searching for any information on BOWKER family. Entries from ALUMNI CANTABRIGIENSES: BOWKER or BOOKER, JAMES. Adm. sizar at EMMANUEL, June 28 1651. Of Lancashire. School, Manchester. Matric. 1654; B.A. 1654-5; M.A. 1658. Examined by the classis for presbyterian orders. Ord. deacon, 1670; priest, 1672. P.C. of Blackley, Lancs. c. 1662. C. of Whitley, 1685. R. of Taxall, Cheshire 1690-1703. Buried Aug. 14, 1711. (Earwaker, E Cheshire, II. 547.) NOTE: This James is probably the father of James and Ralph below, based on the date, location, and occupation. BOWKER, JAMES. Adm. sizar (age 19) at St John's, June 5, 1684. S. of James, clerk. B. at Blakeley or Blackley Lancs. School, Stockport, Cheshire. Matric. 1684. Probably brother of Ralph (1678). BOWKER, RALPH adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, June 27, 1678, S. of James, clerk of Marple, Cheshire. B. at Caton, Lancs. School, Stockport. Matric. 1678. Probably brother of james (1684). James, Jr. and Ralph immigrated to Virginia and were rectors of St. Peter's Parrish, New Kent County, Virginia, and St. Stephen's Parrish, King and Queen County Parrish, respectively. Any information would be most appreciated.
Humphreys Family
Lived in Blackley village from 1958 - 1966/67 @ 28 Chapel Lane - went to school @ St. Peters CofE and Plant Hill Comp' would love to hear from any one who remembers the family
red mail Clarkson/consterdine From Blackley 1749
Hoping to discover more about Blackley, Lancashire during the 1750's especially weavers and millers. My CONSTERDINE family were orginally millers. My Peter CLARKSON married Ann CONSTERDINE, daughter of Benjamin est 1730's


 
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