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red mail Goodyear
I am looking for information on the occupation of Joseph Goodyear or Goodier who had a son named Christopher born in 1736. Also I would like to know anything about the parents of Joseph's wife Elizabeth.
red mail Lewis family of Kirkham, Lancashire
I'm looking for information on May Lewis born in Kirkham on 7 May 1892. I know her father was called John Lewis (from her marriage certificate) and I believe she had a brother called Sydney Lewis. It's possible her mother was called Rachael. I can't find any trace of them on the 1901 or 1911 census, even if I do a Soundex search. Please get in touch if you think you can help me...I've being trying to trace these people for years now and I'm really frustrated!! Thank you for any help.
red mail Singleton (cordwainer) Butler--Kirkham
Singleton (cordwainer) Butler--Kirkham interested in pre-1850
red mail Hough
Looking for anyone connected to the this Hough family residing Kirkham , Goosnargh, Newsham, Lancashire as at 1841 census. Household members: Simeon Hough (age 55), wife Mary (age 45) nee Skilbeck??? and children James (25) Joseph (20) Simeon (15), WILLIAM (11), and George (9). William married Mary Elizabeth Brown 1872 in Australia and died 24th Dec 1898, buried South Australia Adelaide alongside Mary Elizabeth whom died 7th Jan 1895.... (Mary Elizabeth Brown was born Horry South Carolina USA) My Tree has two Hough lines and I am trying to find the connection though William to Henry Hough who married Jane Hopkinson Dec 1876 Stockport. P.S Census indicates the lowest member of the household was Agness Banks, age 15.... I don't know who she was but it may be of interest to someone, I assume she worked for the family as a servant???
red mail Peggy Hoyles
Does anyone know anything about a lady named Peggy Hoyles who has a link with Ribby Road, Kirkham - possibly Number 55 - around 1949 ? There may well also be a link with the Stirzaker family of Garstang ... with Peggy being born around June 1922. I am trying to trace any of Peggy's relatives ...
red mail Looking for my Mother's lost Father, surname Threlfall
My sister and I are trying to trace my mother's lost father. My mother is 60 this year so we know that he may well no longer be alive but we would love to uncover the mystery and my Mum would love to find out about relatives she never knew she had. My sister has more information, my mother was born in 1948; her name is Christine and her mother's name was Joan. We have two photos of her father in army uniform which I will gladly email to anyone who thinks they might be able to identify him. We believe that he was connected to the Threlfall Brewery, part of that family of Threlfalls. We would be extremely grateful for any information to help us forwards! Many thanks, Daisy
red mail Burns from Co Mayo
Any Burns family or descendants, who originally came from Co Mayo to settle in Lancashire in around 1850's please reply. Many names on record - too many to list.
red mail Houghton
Anyone heard of a character known as (Mad Houghton) in Kirkam around late 1800s. Please contact
Rainford, Halton & Lang Families
Looking for info on Rainford, Halton & Lang Families. Family of Stephen Rainford (with son Moses)Margaret Alice Lang & any Halton families.
Lee in Kirkham
I am researching the Lee family - Father Richard married Margaret Shepherd in 1836 and had a Peter Lee in 1839 in Kirkham - would appreciate any assistance in census records, etc
red mail Humphrey Threlfall
Looking for any living relatives of Humphrey Threlfall who married Betty HUNTER abt 1800. Their daughter Jane married Charles TAYLOR in Didsbury, MANCHESTER in 1844.
red mail Kirkham Research
Interested in Kirby, Greenhalgh, Bagshaw, Cornall, Butler families from Kirkham and surrounding areas

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