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red mail GEORGE CASEY POSTMAN
I'd like to contact any children of George Casey who was a postman in the Cheetham Hill area of Manchester in the 1970's. Larry (George's son by first wife Doris Reynolds).
red mail wood
i would like any infomation on charlse henry wood worked at charter street mission in 1900 played football and won a trophy for the mission he is my late grandfather i would like information for my mother who has just turned 90 and lost her father when she was 8yrs old
red mail PARISH family - Cheetham Hill
Looking for connections to the PARISH family, living in the Tyson Street/Fountain Street area. Fred & Mary Parish (b. around 1840) had several children - John Charles, George, Jessie & Annie. Jessie married Fred Greenfield and Annie married Robert Lewis in 1899. She died in 1906 and was my great, great grandmother. The name is also sometimes seen as PARRISH
red mail Hanby
Looking for information (especially a gravesite) on James Hanby 1807-1876 born Watlass Thornton. Lived in Ripon and then moved to Cheetham/Broughton. He and his wife Catherine Jane Blakesborough had many children, one of which was my g grandfather Richard Hauxwell Hanby born 1849 who moved to Ireland in the late 1800's. This man kept his past secret so it may prove interesting!
red mail FARRAR-Thomas,Halliwell lane
I am trying to find any links to Thomas Farrar, b.abt 1885 in Manchester. The family lived in Halliwell lane, Cheetham Hill. Thomas married Mary Ellen Eaves and then lived in Lytham St Annes. He was a professional golfer. His brother had a disability and worked as a cobbler, in the basement of the family home.
William Higgins brick maker
William Higgins & Son were bricklaying contractors (ca 1820-50's) and later (1860? onwards) a brick manufacturer in Cheetham Hill well into 20th century. Does anyone have more details of their operations? They operated out of Exchange St, Cheetham Hill Road in 1860's and had some brick works in Broughton Street. William Higgins senior retired to Stocks Farm,where he died in 1872 and his son, also William, lived at Moreton House, 1 Petworth Street, where he died 1871. I believe a further 2 generations of Higgins ran the business at least. Is this business still in being today? Are the brickworks still standing? Can anyone give me more information about Stocks Farm & Moreton House?
red mail Smiths living in Cheetham Hill
Charles Smith and Mary Ann Ellen Jones moved from Stafford to live in Cheetham about 1860's. 5 of there 6 boys were born in Cheetham. James I don't know his place of birth. Edith Annie was born in Staffordshire 1862 (she seems to be the eldest)Charles Henry Jnr, George, Albert, Thomas and Frederick were born in Cheetham. Thomas and Frederick Married 2 sisters in a double wedding in Staffordshire. Fred settled in Stretford but could have started Married life in cheetham. Thomas and his wife Fannystayed in Cheetham and raised 4 children (3 girls and 1 boy Thomas). Thomas and Fanny lived in Scholes street at the time of there golden wedding anniversary in 1949. Does anyone know of these smiths any information would be wonderful Thank you.


 
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