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red mail National Union of Textile workers
My father,H.Precious,was the secretary of this branch,located in a hut at Lowton,about 1931/33 We lived in a L shaped caravan there which had this address.The farm next to us was occupied by the Brindle bros & their families I would dearly love to know if any of them are still around!
red mail Battersby.
Looking for any info , on the parents of George Battersby , born abt 1807. Thanks.
red mail Bennett
Looking for any information on the Bennett family who lived in the area in the 1800's. Many of the family were shoemakers. Thanks,G.
red mail PARKINSON, Henry - c.1884
Looking for information on the PARKINSON family. Henry PARKINSON was born c.1884 in Lowton. Henry's father was Robert Parkinson born c.1852 - it's unclear where Robert was born as on every census he gives a differant location of birth; Lancaster, Wray, Ray Ormby(?) and Lowton. Henry's mother/Robert's wife was named Mary TOLLETT (also spelt Tollitt). Mary was born in c.1852 in Kingsley, Cheshire. Henry PARKINSON was one of 7 children (that I know of): Joseph c.1877, James c.1881, Henry c.1884, Ellen c.1886, Robert b.21/03/1888, John c.1890 and Mary c.1893. Henry married Jane Ethel NICHOLSON on 07/04/1919 in Lowton. Henry and Jane Ethel had 5 children (that I know of); Robert Henry 27/12/1919, John c.1921, James 05/01/1924, Ethel c.1925 and Joyce c.1927. Any information on any of the mentioned people would be wonderful. Many thanks.
red mail HIGHAM Frederick
Frederick Higham was born in Lowton in 1902. His parents were Henry and Ruth (nee Taylor). Any information on this family would be welcome.
national union of textile wkrs
Does anyone remember a wooden office of this organisation that stood next to a caravan at 16 Nook Lane Lowton in the early 30s,people used to pay their contributions there.
Nook Lane
Has anybody seen or got a photograph of a caravan that stood in it's own grounds on Nook Lane,Lowton until 1938,next to Brindle"s farm?
red mail Howarths in Lowton
I am looking for for more info on Joseph Howarth(probably b.1768-1771 d.1844)and his wife Elizabeth (Betty) Maddock born in Hindley, but living in Lowton at the time of the 1841 census, also his sons William, Joseph, Matthew,daughter Mary and son younger son Simeon. Any information welcome about these other sons/daughters or any of their descendants.
red mail Thomas Aspinall, Lowton
Thomas Aspinall, born circa 1821 in Lowton. Wife Ann ??, born same time/place. Daughter Elizabeth Aspinall, born circa 1864, married Isaac Billingham. Any details on Aspinall family in Lowton greatly appreciated, thanks.
red mail Rigby / Kidd of Lowton
Looking to trace info on James Rigby/Ruth Kidd who lived on sandy lane in lowton common earlyish 1900s.


 
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