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red mail Sharples
Looking for infomation about my great great grandparents, James b. c1811in Blackburn and Maria Sharples nee Jackson b. c 1817 in either Manchester or Dublin. Maria died after the birth of her sixth child Henry 1854 and before the 1861 census. Their address was in Heaton Norris before her death. I have been unable to find their marriage certificate either. Thank you, Martine
red mail Hester Family ca. 1860's through 1890's
Seeking any info or relatives: Patrick Hester, born abt 1835, not certain whether in England or Ireland. Catherine Hester, born abt 1838, not certain whether in England or Ireland. The family was living in Heaton Norris, according to Census records from 1871 (possibly in the 1860's) to 1891 (possibly early 1900's) It appears they had six children living: Sabina Hester born abt. 1856, John Hester born abt. 1858, Mary Ellen Hester born abt. 1860, George Hester born abt. 1868, Margaret Ann Hester born abt. 1870 and Joseph Hester born abt. 1872. They attended Christ Church. A Fanny Cheatham was also in residence with the family at the time of the 1871 Census. I do not know if she was related, however, her age was placed at 78 which places her birth at abt. 1793. I know for certain that Margaret Ann emigrated to the US. She married John J. Mahoney. I do not know if they married in England or the US. US Immigration records seem to indicate that John J. Mahoney hailed from Cork, Ireland, and do not show him accompanied by a wife so I am assuming they married in New Jersey. They lived together in Newark, New Jersey. In 1901, George followed Margaret there and lived for a time with the Mahoney's. In 1891, Patrick and Catherine were 56 and 53 respectively. George, at age 23, appeared to be the last child living with them and I can find no information about them after the 1891 Census. Any help here would be most appreciated.
red mail Coward
John Coward, silk printer, appears in West Ham, London in the 1851 Census aged 40 and born in Heaton Norris. His 1837 marriage certificate says his father was "Alexander Coward, Gent". Has anyone encountered a Coward family in this area around 1811?
red mail Family of Joseph Knight
I am looking for information about the forebears of Joseph Knight born c1811 in Reddish Lancs. His wife's name was Elizabeth and she was born in Stockport c 1808.They appear on the 1841 census for Heaton Norris, Stockport, living in Old Road. Their children were: Thomas born c1832, Isaac born c1833, Joseph jnr, born c1835, Matthew born c1837, Elizabeth born c1839. Isaac, my great grandfather moved to central London and appears on the 1861 census, living in Berwick St with his wife Priscilla, formerly Cooper,(born c1836 in Stockport, Cheshire) Their son Ernest, my grandfather, was born in Berwick Street in May 1863. My father Arthur Stanley Knight was Ernest's youngest son, born in Highbury Islington February 1900. If any members of the Knight clan connected to this particular family recognize these names, I shall be pleased to hear from them -- Sheila
red mail Unwin of Heaton Norris
In the 1901 census I find a Dora (or Fedora) Whalley engaged as a live-in servant for a family named Unwin at Heaton Norris. Dora became "mysteriously" pregnant and went to join her brother in South Africa. Eventually things turned out very well for her. Any Unwin descendant know anything of this story? Stan
red mail Solomon COLLIER
Interested in exchanging information with anyone who has a link to Solomon COLLIER, bap 1834 Cheadle St Mary, 1881 census cotton bleacher at St John's Terrace, Didsbury Rd, Heaton Norris. Died HN 1902 or of any of his siblings, John ( born c 1832), David ( born c 1840) or Rebecca ( believed to have married Samuel GODDARD at Manchester collegiate 1854 and to have children Mary Ellen c 1856, Joseph c 1863, Charlotte c 1865 and Thomas c 1868). All believed to be descendants of David COLLIER, clockmaker.
red mail Barber
I am looking for any information on my husband's family.His G.G.G. Grandfather Albert married Margaret Jackson in 1839 in the Parish church. Both he and Margaret lived in Heaton Norris. Albert and his father were both Hairdressers. Margaret's Father was William Jackson a Cordwainer. Albert was a widower when he married but we do not know his first wife's name. We think Albert was born between 1816 and 1821 according to different documents. If anyone has any infomation on either Albert or Robert(we have only found his name from a marriage certificate and do not have any further infomation) we would be extremely gratefull
red mail Clayton
I am looking for the marriage of James Clayton and Hannah Chatterton who had a son Benjamin born 12th October 1839 and registered at Heaton Norris on 18th November 1839
red mail Margison
I need help to find Thomas Margison bornaround 1814
red mail Goodwin
My Goodwin family lived in Levenshulme and also Heaton Norris,in Heaton Place, Vale Road during the 1800/1900s. Does anyone recognise them?
red mail LEAH
I have LEAH ancestors born Heaton Norris late 1800s
red mail Arthur Davis
Looking for any information on Arthur Davis, a shorthand teacher living in Didsbury Road, Heaton Norris in 1895. Married Maria Henrietta Batten. had a daughter (Eileen) born there in 1895
red mail Simpson
Looking for any information about the William Simpson family. William, b. abt 1810 in Heaton Norris was married to Mary Ann Adamson, b. 1816 in Cheadle. The family lived in Heaton Norris, Heaton Mersey, and Stockport. Children: James b. 1842, Sarah b. abt 1845, Jeremiah b. 1847, Hannah b. abt 1852, Elizabeth b. 1850, John b. abt 1857. James married Cecilia Povall and immigrated to the US in 1879.
red mail Streethouse Lane and Parrs Fold
Does anyone know exactly where Streethouse Lane was in Heaton Norris? Appears in 18thc records. Also trying to locate Parrs Fold (possibly Heaton Mersey?)
Hollinpriest
Aaron HOLLINPRIEST, buried in 1708 at Heaton Norris. He was the son of John Hollinpriest and Margerye Chorlton and was baptised in 1647 at Didsbury, and married in Manchester Cathedral in 1676 to Anne Bate. I should like to hear from anyone with Hollinpriest connections.
red mail Asquith/Hopwood
Thomas Asquith and Hannah Hopwood lived on Old Road, Heaton Norris in the 1800s with their 9 children. I'd love to hear from anyone who knows of them.
red mail Morecroft Heaton Norris Stockport
Looking for descendents of Mary Morecroft born in Stockport in 1852 to William Morecroft & Hannah Beardsall of Almondsbury York. Had brothers Joseph & William. Descended from William & Eliz Holt Morecroft 1774.
red mail Chappell and Potts
William Chappell (father John) married Mary Jane Potts (father William Potts) at Heaton Norris Parish Church in 1868, residences given as Heaton Norris. In 1869 living in Stockport.
red mail Lightbown & Tipping
William LIGHTBOWN - a Millwright living in Heaton Norris, married a Jane TIPPING at St John's, Manchester on 31 Dec 1853. Jane's father James, was also living in Heaton Norris in 1841 with wife Elizabeth and children Thomas, William, Susannah, James ... and possibly father Richard and brother/nephew/cousin Richard. Both LIGHTBOWN and TIPPING families are beleived to have originated across the river in Stockport, Cheshire.
red mail Bann's Of Cheshire & Lancashire
Jane Bann born Heaton Norris 1861, Daughter of Samuel Bann (b.Stockport) and Elizabeth Baguley (b.Alderley). Married John Bell (b.Stockport 1861) 1880 Disley
Norbury & Taylor Families
Names: Norbury Taylor


 
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