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red mail KAY FAMILY
Searching for any information about George KAY, married Eliza Ann SPANNER in March 1912 at St Stephens Church Harpurhey. George was lodging with Robert and Gertrude SCHOLES at this time. Robert and George were Railway waggon repairers working for the L& Y Railway Co. Eliza lived at Peduzzi Street, just off Queens Road behind the funeral parlour, she was a tailoress and her father Emmanuel was a tailor. They went on to live in Cheetham Hill and eventually moved to Blackpool. Thanks Dave
red mail Rev. Charles Marshall
Could anyone tell me what year/s Rev Charles Marshall was the Rector of Harpurhey?
red mail Arthur G Smith
I am looking for information on Arthur G Smith who won a Silver Pocket watch in 1889 for Bowling, I beleive he lived n harpurhey Lancashire
red mail Belper Street?
Hi. I am currently researching my Grandfather (b.1918) and have obtained his birth certificate. The place given for where he was born is 'Belper/Belker(?) Street, Harpurhey'. I've tried to find this on the maps but it doesn't show up. Does this street name ring a bell with anyone?
red mail MAKINSON
William Makinson was born in 1875 to Gerard Makinson and HANNAH (Anna) nee CLULO.He married Elizabeth TUSON in 1898 and in the 1901 census he is found at 41 Anglesea Ave, a coal merchant,and employer. In Feb. 1904 they had a son also WILLIAM.Were there any more children? Are there any family still alive? There was a brother THOMAS born 1877 and seven sisters from then until 1890.Gerard died in 1890 aged 44.
red mail NEWTON
My grandfather,Thomas Newton,was born 1897,2 months after his father,John Thomas Newton,died.J T was also born Harpurhey 1865 and is buried at Christ Church.Thomas's mother was Louisa Bland of Anston,WRY. Thomas was in The Royal Scots WW1.

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