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red mail Charles Henry Sharp
Charles Henry Sharp was born and raised in Earlestown, yet migrated to Australia prior to enlisting in the Australian forces in 1915. He was killed in action in 1916. He was the son of John Sharp and Mary Ellen and I am seeking details of him and his family. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
red mail THOMAS Earlestown
Looking for members of the family of Owen Thomas and Jane Crooks ( AKA Pugh). Married in Warrington shire in 1899. Jane is the daughter of Isabella Crooks, who was committed to whittington asylum. Jane was adopted by Robert and Jane Pugh who were shopkeepers in Earlestown. Jane Crooks was born about 1878 in warrington shire. After she married Owen who was born about 1879 in Angelsey in Wales, their eldest two children Gertrude "May" was born in the Earlestown area in 1900, and Robert Owen ( my grandfather) who was born in earlestown on August 2, 1902. Owen's parents Robert and Jane Thomas also lived in the earlestown area for a time, as some of their children were also born in the earlestown area. Any information would be greatfully received. Thank you
red mail harrison/ hopkinson
I am trying to trace pat (patricia ) and sheila the daughters of sadie (sarah) Harrison believed to have taken the fathers surname of hopkinson for adoption purposes. They would have been adopted around 1940.Also a son (John?) who may have stayed with his father or his family.My mother was their older sister that they may have not remembered.
Mather
Researching ancestors & descendants of James Mather (b. 1849) who lived in Earlestown in late 19th century.
red mail Clarke family
Looking for the Clarke family living around the 1881 census on Viaduct Street Earlestown. Michael Clarke b1844 Galway married to Elizabeth Hughes in Mold in 1865. They had 6 children, 3 of which died in infancy whilst living in Viaduct St. Any help you be very appreciated
red mail Rothwell/Edwards - Earlestown, Stoke-on-Trent
I am searching for any information on my grandparents Louis Frederick Rothwell born around 1876 in Earlestown. In the 1901 census it indicated that he had married Emily Louisa Edwards in Newton-le-Willows. My grandparents moved to Stoke-on-Trent before 1911 where my grandfather was a furnaceman. Known children were Harold Rothwell and Edith (who married Ken Barling). The family immigrated to Canada around World War II.
red mail Griffin Barnett family
Any info out there on the griffin or Barnett family late 1800s-early 1900s.John Griffin married Sarah Barnett(daughter of Joseph and Mary) had children John,Lydia and non surviving triplets(approx 1917)
red mail Wiliam Bailey - Earlestown; Newton-le-Willows;
WILLIAM BAILEY (born 1878 in Earlestown), a glass bottle maker, married AMELIA HINGLEY in 1899. William and Amelia' children were: Agnes Bailey - married Gregory McBreen; Beatrice Bailey - married Arthur ROBINSON; Edward Bailey - married Dorothy Woolley; Elizabeth Bailey - married Norman AITKEN; Florence Bailey - married Norman WAINWRIGHT; Frances Bailey - married John LITTLER; George Frederick Bailey - married Gwen ?; Hilda Bailey - married ? Phillips; Millie or Amelia Bailey - married Leonard MACKLIN; Norman Brazendale; Phyllis Bailey - married Robert Newton; Stanley Bailey - married Leah HANCOCK; Violet Bailey - married William Ernest Lord; William Bailey - married Ellen Jones. I would love to hear from you if you recognise any of the above names.
red mail Thomson
I'm looking for the Thomson family. John came from Scotland and was a partner in the Sankey Sugar Company (b.1811or1812-d.1889). He married Jane or Jemima Stephens and they had 3 children, James Stephens Thomson, Nora and Harry. John remarried and apparently had other children.
red mail John Walter Hewitt b.1865
Have B.C for J.W.Hewitt b. 31 Jul 1865, Earlestown. Father: John Hewitt, Mother: Phoebe Reade. I know all about JWH but nothing much of his M&D. Dad was then a 'book keeper at a foundry' but later worked for Manchester Ship Canal Co, in offices, said to be Chief Accountant but canal opened only in 1894. He was said to have been born in Newcastle but no date of birth. He and Phoebe had 3 sons: John Herbert, John Walter and John Richard. Any information or suggestions as to how 'find out more' welcome. I have searched 'free' name lists of John Hewitt's but nothing seems to fit. By 1881, J.W.H is 'correctly' shown to be in Swansea, with his Mother and brother Herbert but his surname is transcribed as Hewett. 81. John W. HEWETT - 1881 British Census / Glamorgan Son Gender: Male Birth: <1866> Earlestown, Lancashire, England
red mail NAYLOR of Earlestown
My ancestor, WIllima NAYLOR was born in Earlestown in about 1870. his parents were Marcus NAYLOR of Burtonwood, a smith, and Ellen UNSWORTH. His siblings were Piers, Betsy, Marcus, Sarah (married David CAMPBELL) and Ellen. He married and moved to Birkenhead then Liverpool in 1900.


 
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