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red mail HAYES
In Sion Street, Radcliffe 1861 (#240 on census) Joseph and Sarah HAYES and family: John, William and Eliza A. Daughter Sarah Jane born in Govan, Glasgow in 1867. By 1871 William and Elizabeth Ann Hayes in Llanrhaiadr-ym-Mochant (North Wales) with grandfather John LEWIS. Joselh and Sarah back in Lancs. In 1881 Elizabeth Ann HAYES living in Oswestry married John HUGHES. Would be interested to exchange info...
red mail Ashworth
I am looking for information on the family of Joseph Ashworth (b 1837) was married to a Mary Ann (b 1835). They had 9 children but I only have names of 7. Elisabeth Jane, Richard, my great grandfather, Cleora, Betsy Alice, Margaret Ann, Nathaniel Levi and Joseph Thomas. They lived in Ainsworth at the 1871 census). My G Grandfather was married to Betsy Ellen Lawton.
red mail ALLEN, George, born 1881, Radcliffe
Seeking information on descendants of George and Lucy Ann Allen, married in 1906, and in 1911 lived at 56 Albion St., Radcliffe with their three children: Lucy ( born 1907); Francis (male) , (born 1908), George, ( born 1910)
red mail Boughey family
I am looking for descendants of Maria, nee Thomas, and Charles Joseph Boughey. They were born in Cheshire but lived in Ardwick, Manchester before moving to Radcliffe. They had two daughters, Constance Margaret and Elsie. Constance married Harold Shaw. They had son Dennis in 1925 and they lived in the Heywood/Radcliffe area. Dennis married Gladys Gaff and they had a daughter Susan in 1948. Susan married Anthony Baker and had a son Matthew. Elsie married John Owen Shaw and they had a daughter Norma in 1925. Norma married Charles McArdle and had several children. Maria was my grandmother's sister. Maria and Charles died within days of each other in 1942.
red mail ballet in Radcliffe
My sister was in a ballet group in Radcliffe in the 1940-50s is there anyone with photos of any of the shows that they put on that they would be willing to send to me? My sister has no photos of this time in her life and it would be lovely to find some for her
red mail Richard Rimmer's Mother
I can not open .GED file yet so I need some assistance till my FTM program arrives. Can someone please lookup the birth certificate of Richard Rimmer and provide me the name of his mother? He was born in 1830 or 1831, possibly in Radcliffe, son of Thomas Rimmer. He eventually married Mary Yates in 1852. Thanks in advance from America.
red mail Robert May
Information re Robert May and family members -Ringley/Stoneclough/Partington/Radcliffe areas.
red mail Elizabeth May Lewis
Trying to find any information concernig Elizabeth May Lewis. My only clue is that in 1943 she lived at 9 Schofield Street, Radcliff. Help!
red mail JENKINSON: Tabitha
Tabitha JENKINSON was born c.1703; her daughter, born c.1737, married John HAMPSON. The younger Tabitha (wife of John), had a child, Jenkinson Hampson, christened 1776 in Radcliffe. Any help with any of these names would be appreciated. Thank you
red mail HAMPSON:- William
Am seeking the birth of William in 1794-1798. The family seem to have been in Radcliffe from the early 1700s, but moved to Bolton. All help acknowleged.
red mail Hutchinson and Jacksons
I am looking for decendants of Joseph Hutchinson B.1873 and Betsy Ann Jackson B.1873 joseph,s parents were John Hutchinson and Rachel Ogden. Betsy Anns Parents were Wright Jackson, mother Catherine. Betsy anns parents are buried at St Thomas,s at Radcliffe they are buried with Joseph and Betsy ann,s daughter Fracis May Hutchinson would like to find decendants
red mail Ashworth, Mills
I am researching my family who moved to Radcliffe from Padiham (possibly via Bury) in the 1850s. My ancestor Thomas Ashworth (son of William Ashworth & Agnes Vickers) married Sarah Mills in 1876. They had children Tom, Leonard, William, Sarah & Fred. Any information very welcome.
red mail Aldred
I am looking for relatives of Thomas Aldred 1846 and Alice Aldred 1850, they had 7 childred the eldest child Jane married Thomas Nowell, the rest of the sibling George, Thomas, Katherine, James, Percy and Ethel. Thomas was a landlord of at public house on 10 Church Street Radcliffe and the younger children all worked in the Pub.
red mail bibby family
any info on searching from us
red mail Ward/Rogers
James and Alice (nee Rogers) Ward lived in Radcliffe on 1861 and subsequent censuses, at Holly Bank and Bolton Road.Does anyone recognise their names?
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I WOULD LIKE TO FIND SOME EX RAF MATES I SERVED WITH IN THE VERY EARLY FIFTIES AT RAF ST ATHAN, RHOOSE, RAF NEWTON NOTTS, BOTTESFORD AND GOXHILL TILL 1952,ONE WAS BOB SPENCER FROM 44, HOLLINGHURST RD RADCLIFFE NEAR MANCHESTER,(I THINK) ANYONE KNOWING HIM PLEASE LET ME KNOW, TAFF
red mail albert smith family
looking for any information on my father Peter Duggan Smith's family from the early 1900's. His father was Albert Gordon, John Smith and his mother, Hilda Ada Marie Smith (formerly Duggan). Please contact me if you have any information.
red mail Street family in Radcliffe
I am looking for info on a family called Street who lived in the area between 1840-1910, particularly,Robert j.Street b c1863 Wright Street b c1871 any other brothers or his mother Betty? i know they lived at 301 Ainsworth Rd. for many years any help would be wellcome.
Lever
My g.grandmother was Lucy Ann Lever, b.29Oct 1841, at Hardy's gate,Radcliffe. Her parents: John b.7 Dec 1817 and Ann nee Turner Her siblings: Sarah (family traced) Elizabeth & John I would like to trace the family forward from John & Elizabeth -Could anyone help? Lucy Ann Died in 1870,in Bury and her widower, Joseph Brooks remarried and brought the family to New Zealand, where they had 4 more children, all -


 
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