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Hulme (South of Manchester City Centre) Lancashire
There are two Hulmes in Manchester. This is the district south of the city centre where, because of the Industrial Revolution, there was a massive development of cheap housing in the 18th century. Previously a ... more
 
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I have mislaid my great grandmother
My great grandmother LETTY WHITEHEAD died in 1963 in a nursing home in Rusholme age 90. She had previously lived locally. We had always assumed that she was buried at Southern Cemetery on Barlow Moor Road where most of the family - including her husband - were also buried. This turns out not to be the case. The trouble is there's now no one left alive who would have attended her funeral. We have searched for her in all the cemeteries on Manchester Council's burial index, at Manchester Crematorium, at Stockport Crematorium and the municipal cemeteries in the Stockport area, ditto Altrincham but with no luck. She has to have been buried or cremated so there has to be a record somewhere. Does anyone have any idea where to look? She won't have left the Greater Manchester area. Thanks
James Nuttall & Ann Adshead
James Nuttall & Ann Adshead married at Manchester Cathedral in 1867. (James was born 1839/1840 to John and his 1st wife; Ann was born 1842/1844 to Thomas and Eliza). They lived initially in Ancoats (their eldest child was baptised at St Jude) and then in Hulme. As far as I know, James and Ann had 6 children: Ann baptised 1868, Emma born 1870/1871, Letitia known as Letty born 1872, James H born 1875/76, Arthur born 1877/78 and Thomas born 1881/82. As a young man, James worked as a dyer but, by the time he married, he was working as a carter or lurryman. He died in 1888 after a brief spell in the workhouse at Withington (Chorlton Union) and is buried at Southern Cemetery. After James's death, the family fell on hard (or perhaps harder) times and have proved difficult to trace. James's widow and their youngest son were in the same workhouse between 1890 & 1893. Ann returned there in 1905 and stayed until 1917. She died in 1920 in what would now be Withington Hospital but would probably then have still been the workhouse infirmary. I know that their daughter EMMA married George William Caffrey in 1888 and, by the turn of the century, was living with him and 4 or 5 children in Salford. But I can't find her or her family after 1901 although Letty's children remembered meeting her. LETTY (my great grandmother) married William Whitehead in 1891. ANN married someone who worked in the haulage industry & was certainly alive during WW1. In 1911, THOMAS was working as a machine fitter's labourer and living with his sister Letty. But as for the other 2 sons - JAMES H and ARTHUR - I don't even know what they did when they left school. Is anyone researching this family? Does anyone know what happened to Letty's brothers and sisters, particularly Emma Caffrey? Thanks
Chasty (Chaisty) family
Would like to make contact with anyone related to the CHASTY family who came from Ireland and lived in HULME Manchester from the late 1850s. They were married at St Wilfreds R.C. Church. In the early to mid 1860s they lived in POPLAR St HULME. There is a connection with them to the DUCKETT family who lived in HAMILTON St HULME. Catherine Chasty was godmother to my Grandfather Thomas Duckett at St Wilfreds in January 1864. Trying to establish the family connection also the exact vicinity of Poplar St to Hamilton St. Can't find it on Godfrey's map. All help appreciated. Thank you.
red mail Wood/Guiray
Looking for descendants of Sarah Guiray and Leo Wood married 1932, their children possibly Patricia Wood b. abt.1933 and Brian abt.1937. Thanks
Seddon family from Manchester area
I am looking for details of John Seddon (b abt 1840, Manchester) and his family. He had 3 sons - William (b 1862), James (b 1863) and Arthur (b 1870) plus 2 daughters - Martha (b 1867) and Mary Ellen (b 1874). His wife was Caroline Richards (b abt 1841). According to the 1881 census, John was a plasterer and both sons were apprentice plasterers. After that, the family seems to disappear. Anyone know what happened to them? The only one I can trace with any certainty is Mary Ellen, who was my g-grandmother.
red mail DOWNING FAMILY HULME
I am tracing the Downing family. There were 6 children. I have dates from 1894 to 1966. If any one knows the Price family or McDougall family that also would be great.
Hulme Family
Hello from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. If anyone has George Hulme Born Feb. 26, 1889 in Hulme, Manchester in their tree, I have a picture of his and his wife's gravemarker here in Toronto.
red mail Baguley family
Samuel Baguley (c1822 Hulme) who married Anne Hulmes (c1823 Hulme) in Eccles 1844 (both then living in Pendleton). Their children were John (Chorlton Medlock 1845), Martha (1846), George Hulme 1849), Mary or Mariam (Hulme 1850), Samuel (Hulme 1853), Alfred (Hulme 1855), Alice (Hulme 1857), and Hannah (Hulme 1859). Samuel subsequently emigrated to Australia. Would like to exchange information about this family. Edward.
red mail Emily Davenport
Emily Davenport, born 30th September 1883 at 19 Watson Street, Hulme, was the youngest daughter of William and Margaret (nee Worsley) Davenport. She married Thomas Osborne in 1906 and by 1911 had three children, Maud born 1906, Frederick born c1908 and Emily born 1910. Any information about the family appreciated.
red mail Upper Baxter Street, Hulme
Trying to find any information on my great-grandparents William and Sarah (nee Kelly) Mather. They were in Upper Baxter Street when they got married in 1873, where were they before then and who were their relatives? Any help greatly appreciated.
red mail Aldcroft John
In the 1841 Census, John Aldcroft is registered as an Innkeeper at Stockport Road, Longsite. Does anyone know how I can find out the name of the Inn?
red mail Blundell
Looking for relatives of John Blundell b.1905 in Hulme. He lived in Kingston St and had 2 sisters, Annie and Minnie. Annie married Cecil Shaw in 1927, I believe Minnie married as well, but I have no details. He may have moved to Salford at some point. Any help greatly appreciated.
Jeffries, Jeffreys, etc
I'm trying to find out where Thomas Jeffries (lots of different spellings before 1851 census!) came from. He died here on 10th April, 1840 (so no census help) and was a stonemason. He left a widow, Elizabeth and children William, James, Ann, Charles, George and Eliza and they lived at 28, Baxter Street. Elizabeth Brownsett of Silver Street is also mentioned. Does he appear in anyone's tree please?
red mail William Henry Moor
Seeking information regarding William Henry Moor born August 1858 at Carver St Cholton on Medlock and family. He married Ellen Judge 1892. Children were Florence Mary Moor/Judge born 1890. (Florence married into the Langham family) William H Moor born 1894, Margaret Moor, born 1896 (Margret married into the Entwistle family) Ellen Moor born 1900. William Henry Moor died 1932 at 22 Edenson Place. During his married life the family moved between Hulme and Chorlton on Medlock
red mail Hardy, shoemakers and tram driver, Hulme
Does anyone have any information concerning a family called Hardy who ran a shoemaking business at 121 Preston St, Hulme from the late 1800's to the 1920's and is the building still there? Also, any info about any of the family of Hardy's including my great grandfather John Edward Hardy who was a tram driver and apparently drove the last horse drawn tram in Manchester.
red mail bennets
I am looking for relatives of Frederick and Clementina (nee Woodward who lived in Athol St in Hulme in the fifties and moved to Hattersley when they demolished the area. Frederick worked on the buses and Clementina's parents lived in Salford.
red mail Wragg Family
Mary Wragg(1806-1887)a widow, was housekeeper and later married John Lawton,(1792-1867) builder of Rosamund Terrace,off Boundary Lane, Hulme. His house and builder's yard can be clearly seen on the Godfrey map of 1844. Mary had one child from her marriage to George Wragg (1809-1833. Their son, George Wragg was born in Bolsover a month before his father died. After George Wragg, born 1833, married Hannah Paulson in 1857 the couple lived at 13 Warde St, Hulme. A son John Paulson Wragg & a daughter Mary Ada were born and both christened at Holy Trinity Church.In 1862 another son George was born at Hannah's home in Nottinghamshire and a short time later on August 16th Hannah and the three children left from Liverpool for the USA on The Great Eastern. I am guessing George Wragg sr. had gone on before. The strange thing is that after their departure for the New World they took the name Greaves, all the family kept their original first names apart from George who became Thomas Greaves, the same name as his maternal grandfather! It seems that George was running away from something by hiding his identity but I cannot find out the reason. Any help in solving this family mystery would be appreciated.
red mail Steele
George Steele (b.1807, a bricklayer/setter, d.1857) and his wife Mary (nee Renshaw, b. about 1811) seem to have lived in Cross St, Hulme at least throughout their married lives. Both were born in Manchester, maybe Hulme. George's parents were Charles Steele and Betty. George and Mary's children included: Elizabeth (1831), Mary, George Charles (1835, m. Lavinia Crowley), John, Emma, William Henry (1846), Maria, Sarah Ann, and James (1850), though only Elizabeth, George and William appear to have survived to adulthood. Any info welcome.
red mail Morrissey/Guiray
Looking for any descendents of Daniel & Sarah (nee Rush)Guiray/Guirey or Geary(both born in Ireland, their Julia B.1869, Daniel b.1874, Mary Ellen b.1879 & Catherine b.1882. Julia married a Ralph Allen, Mary Ellen & Catherine married brothers Thomas and Edward Morrissey. On the 1901 census the Allens and Catherine Guiray were living at 6 Eliza Street. Thanks Wynne
red mail Melville/hulme, south manchester
Does anyone have details of Alan Melville in the 1930's. He lived at Upper Moss Lane, Hulme. He was a keen motor-cyclist and had a medal from the "North West Centre" which I presume was a motorcycling organisation. He, I believe, ran a motor-cycle repair shop. I was told he rode on the Wall of Death at Belle Vue, as a laugh, not a job. He died in 1936, aged 36. Any personal details would be welcome.
red mail Peter Quinn
Hi, I am doing research on my great grandfather Peter Quinn b.1866 in Liverpool and emigrated to the Boston area around 1881. His parents were Edward Quinn b.1831 Liverpool and Bridget McDermott Quinn b.1844 in Liverpool and married April 8,1861 at St. Wilfrids in Hulme, Lancashire. Bridget McDermotts father was Bernard McDermott and her mother's maiden name was Kelly. Peter had two brothers and a sister whom I believe stayed in Liverpool. They are Edward Quinn b.around 1859, Mary Quinn b. around 1861 and Patrick Quinn b. around 1863. Does anyone have information on this family or share this family tree? Thanks.
red mail Kinsey/Logan Hulme 1940's-1958
My grandparents lived in Hulme Manchester from early 1940's until 1958 when they moved to Withington, South Manchester. They lived in 62 Bonsall Street, 27 Primrose hill and 20 Southend Avenue, during their time in Hulme. My grandmother was Kathleen Kinsey nee Logan ( her mother was called Ada Logan,) my grandfather was called Frank Kinsey ( his father was also called Frank, I'm certain). Both are sadly deceased now, but I am trying to trace from either the Kinsey or Logan line or both.
red mail KIRK TAGGART Church St Hulme
Rose Ann KIRK nee TAGGART (bap 17/Mar/1872) was living at 26 Church St. Hulme in 1909. Her husband Alexander KIRK died that year as a result of a head injury. What happended to Rose, were there any children?
red mail FLEMING
looking for alma fleming daouhgrt of robert and joy fleming from 1955 any info on any flemings inuk thanks
Fleming/o'connor
Looking for relatives of elizabeth fleming who married john o'connor late 1950s. They had 5 children sandra,chris,john,carol and margaret. Elizabeths mother alma fleming was a shop owner in miles platting,they lived on sandal street. Elizabeth and john lived at valerie walk in hulme, elizabeth and kids moved to withington,john re married and moved to carrington. If you knew or know any of the above please get in touch. Many thanks.
red mail Shaw - Blundell
I'm looking for information about my G/F Cecil Shaw, born in 1907. His father is shown as Wilfred William Shaw (deceased) when Cecil married my G/M, Annie Blundell, on Aug 20th 1927. The address is shown as 15, Newton St, and they married at St. Lukes Parish Church. Cecil and Annie had six children including my mother, Gladys, born in 1928 at 43, Welcomb St, Hulme. I have traced my G/M's family, but have no information regarding Cecil or William. There is a possibility that Cecil's maternal G/F was named John Shaw and that his mother, Mary Elizabeth Shaw was not actually married when Cecil was born ! If you can help, please do so. Thank you.
red mail Kenworthy, Hulme Manchester
I am researching my grandparents Charles Henry & Betty Marjorie Jones (nee Kenworthy). Betty was also known as Lulu. They just to run the White Lion Pub in Hulme, Manchester (around Bangor Street) before it was knocked down in the 1960s. Betty's parents were Harold & Gertrude Kenworthy (nee Lear) and any information is welcome.
red mail WALKER
James WALKER, joiner, b. Scotland. Noted at Stretford and Hulme on 1871, 81,91 and 1901 cesus. In 1901 in Parish of Hulme Holy Trinity, address illegible. Occn then telephone ?clerk?. With 2nd wife, CAROLINE, age 44, dtr VIOLET age 19, son HAROLD age 10, son ARTHUR age 7. Violet possibly dtr by first wife BETHIA, who died between 1881 and 1891. Also known to have sons JAMES and JOSEPH V. On 1891 census with James and Caroline was George SMITH,brother in law. Caroline probably m. as widow. Either married name or maiden name SMITH. Possible connection to a Rene Vandepeear Walker, Manchester area. Any information on this family please.
red mail France family in Hulme, Lancashire
I am researching the France family who lived in Hulme. John France died in Hulme in 1861 although I have never been able to fully document his death. His son William married Ann Chisnall and they had a son William. Any assistance on this France family would be greatly appreciated.
red mail lyons family
i am researching the lyons family. originally from ireland, they settled in manchester area.there was rather a lot of them. edward lyons c1834 married ann lesley c1837 in 1855 and they had quite a few children including william my gt gt grandad. hulme/salford/warrington. anyone who may think the have a connection please contact me.
red mail mills/cox
hi i have just got the birth cent for my gt,grandparents , names agnes mills married joseph cox ,liveing in agnes street hulme manchester in 1885 the year my granddad was born,do'es anyone have them in thrie tree ,thank's margaret.
red mail Clement A Kurtz
Have found Clement A Kurtz, age 70, manufacturing chemist, in 1851 census for Hulme. Believe he is likely related to Andreas Kurtz, but have no other info on Clement. Would be most interested in corresponding with anyone who knows of this individual. best wishes, Diane
red mail HARDMAN family
I am researching my great grand parents, William and Eliza Hardman who were born and lived in Hulme, Salford. William was born around 1847 and Eliza about 1853. They had children, Joseph, Sarah,William, Lizzie, Robert, Edward and my grandmother, Maud. If anyone has anymore infromation, I would be most grateful. Thank you Jackie
red mail Connolly
William Connolly (b. about 1844, Ireland) and his wife Alice Stredder (b. 1844, Birkenhead) moved from Liverpool/Birkenhead to Hulme in the early 1870s with their eldest children: William James, Alice Maud, and Sarah Amelia (m. John Parkington). Their other children were all born in Hulme: Minnie (m. George Wood), Thomas, Ada (m. Joseph Woodhead), Louisa, Margaret and Walter. After the death of Alice, the elder Thomas Connolly moved to Stretfield.
red mail John Derbyshire Glass Manufacturer
I am looking for information about John Derbyshire born in Humle in 1840. Flint glass manufacturer at the Regent Road Glassworks, with brother James and nephew Thomas. He ceased trading in the late 1870's or early 1880's and is belived to have emigrated to Australia with his second wife Elizabeth and possibly 2 sons. I have located him in several of the census, but then the whole family vanish. Any info will be appreciated. Thanks
red mail Hesketh
John Hesketh married a Jane Ann Valentine in 1882, they had the following children. John William,Susanna, Mary Ann,Lilly and Thomas. John Heskeths father was also know as John and he was a warehouseman. John Hesketh who Married Jane was born 1862. If anyone knows anything please contact me
red mail Isaiah Illingworth 1871
My ancestors came to Australia from Morley in Yorkshire in 1890 :-) We don't have much details about the family back in Yorkshire. The guy who came out was Isaac/Isaiah Illingworth born 1831 in Morley whose father was John and who married Ellen Peace in 1864 at Methodist Chapel, District Of Keynsham, County Of Gloucester. They appear on the 1871 census as living in Hulme and in 1881 as living at 83 Hulton Street Moss Side :-) Any connections with anyone ? Mark
red mail Edward & Elizabeth Dowde
I am trying to find information on Elizabeth Dowde who was married to my gt grandfather in 1881 as per the census return at the time they were living in Harrowby Street Hulme, as she was not my gt grandmother Elizabeth has become a mystery I am trying to solve.
red mail brooks/brookes
Trying to find the birth of my gg,grandfather Joseph Henry Brooks, born about 1860, his father was James.He married Eleanor Barton in 1881, at the time of their marriage they were living at 36, Wood street, which I presume is in Hulme, as they married in St.Stephen`s parish.By 1891 they were living at Meadowbank,nr Winsford,Cheshire. Any info on any Brooks/Brookes prior to 1881 would be very helpful. Thanks.
Hesketh
Thomas Estcourt Hesketh son of John and Sarah. Brothers John,James,Edward,William. Sisters Elizabeth,Sarah. He married Sarah Ann Brown June 1859. Had Children John,Elizabeth.Clara. They lived at 30 Peel st Hulme in The 1860s and 70s. Anyone recogniseany of these


 
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