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red mail Easthams of Howick and Penwortham
I am looking for details of Howick Hall Howick, which was the home of my great grandfather James Gillibrand Eastham in 1901. If anyone has any details i would be very gratefull.
red mail William Robinson journalist & author.
William was born in Alnwick c.1856.I know he was living in Addison' Yard in 1901 census for Penwortham with first wife Sarah & children Rachel & Oliver. He went on to live in London & marry his second wife Madeline Maude Granville. Any information gratefully received.
red mail GILLER
I am interested in the family of GEORGE GILLER who was born in Penwortham in 1801 ish and left to be a bed quilt weaver in Bolton in the 1840s. I am fairly certain of his movements and family when he reached Bolton but not what happened to him earlier. He seems to have married at least twice, and in Bolton is married to a MARY who has an older son JOHN WILSON, who was a hairdresser. However a GEORGE GILLER married an ISABEL SOUTHWORTH in Preston in 1840 and I can't find her death. Anyone who can help me with the mystery is welcome. Barbara
red mail horrocks whitehead
Hi I have the Horrocks ( founders of the cotton industry) pedigree from the gentry book. John Horrocks married Mary lomax he was the brother to my ggg grandmother mary whitehead(nee horrocks)I am descended from her. does anyone have any info.By the way my sister is about to emigrate to Aus.
red mail church name
hi would someone know the name of the methodist church in tempo????
red mail mullyknock littles/hamiltons
i am trying to trace back on the hamiltons and littles of mullyknock is anybody else researching the same families, if so i would love to hear from you
red mail lomax john horrocks
HI LOOKING FOR INFORAMTION ON THIS FAMILY.MY G G G GRANDMOTHER WAS MARY AND SISTER TO JOHN HORROCKS, FOUNDER OF THE COTTON INDUSTRY IN PRESTON. HE MARRIED MARY LOMAX. DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY CONNECTION.
red mail Lomax - Horrocks
CAN YOU HELP? We are searching for the families of John Horrocks(1768-1804) and Mary Lomax (married in 1790), his wife. We have just met a family here in Australia whose daughter is in my sons class and she is the decendent of the Lomax's in the same region. Is there a family connection? Are we distant cousins? (the children think we are!) Is there anyone able to help with the Lomax side of the family tree


 
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