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red mail Phythian
Any Phythian of St helens or the West Derby Hundred
christine A Yates
Searching for Christine A Yates, born 1954 in St Helens. Think she married William K Boyes around 1973 in St Helens, and had daughter Andrea Jayne Boyes around 1973 in Prescot, Any info please contact me, thanks
Trying to contact relatives of ANNIE BALDWIN (maiden name FARRELLY born 6 July 1876 in County Cavan, Ireland. Her parents were THOMAS FARRELLY and MARY ANN REILLY.
Trying to contact relatives of my great grandparents THOMAS FARRELLY, born about 1854, and MARY ANN REILLY, born about 1855. Both were born in Ireland, possibly Cavan, but not sure.
Trying to contact relatives of my grandmother SARAH ELLEN WILLIAMS born about 1893 possibly in St Helens. She married THOMAS FARRELLY (born 1888 in St Helens) on 18 December 1915 at Lowe House Church.
Trying to contact relatives of my great granmother EDITH LOTTIE GERRARD who was born about 1883, possibly in or near St Helens. She married WILLIAM WOODS on 16 April 1904 at St Peters in Parr. Edith died on 1915 aged 31 and is buried at St Helens Cemetery with William who died in 1914.
red mail Seddon
I am researching the Litherland family, my g,g, granfather married an elisabeth Seddon born around 1831 and lived in black brook, st helens
red mail Information about Richard Brookfield
I am trying to find any information about my great grandfather Richard Brookfield. I believe he lived in the Aspull area of Wigan. He was a coal miner. I am not sure who he married but his son, my grandfather(Albert Brookfield,)was born in 1916. Albert also had at least 6 siblings. I am interested in what happened to Richard as he died when my grandfather was about 10 years old (abt. 1926). As none of my living relatives can help, any information would be greatly appreciated.
I am interested in hearing from anyone who may have known MARY (POLLY) GERRARD (formerly JOHNSON) or ANY of her family.Mary was born in Sutton Jan 27 1884 /Married RICHARD GERRARD 16 JAN 1909 /Died,Sutton Feb 1971 One of their daughters MARGARET Married SAMUEL PENNINGTON, they also lived in Sutton.
I am trying to esablish the parents of Ann Saxon(nee Jones), who was married to Stephen Saxon in 1902. Although I have the marriage certificate of my great grandparents I am still at an impass with Jones being such a common name.Thus far I have established that she was born in either 1879 or 1880, her father was called John, but he was deceased in 1902, and she was living at 12 Bruce st,St.Helens at the time of marriage.Could anybody shed any light on this matter regarding woh her parents might be, and thus link her back through the censuses?
red mail priestley
looking for the family of William Priestley born in St Helens in 1823. I think his father may be Samuel Priestley, born in Frodsham 1801 but died in Prescot in 1876. Can anyone confirm this or tell me where William's family came from.
red mail Myatt Family
I am looking for information regarding William and Ann Myatt, who lived in Church Street and then Pocket Nook Lane in the 1840's. 50's and 60's. I would like to know their place of birth and the name of their father. I think their mother's name was Fleetwood Myatt.
Moulds family
I was born in 1920 in my grandfather's house 'Althorpe' in Cowley Hill, St Helens. My grandfather, W A Moulds had a tailoring and outfitting business In Church Street, next to my grandmother's 'Broadway Cafe'. My grandfather W J Williams had a shop in Bridge Street where he sold glass, putty, paint oils and paraffin. My father, Joseph Shenton Williams attended Cowley School, as did my uncle, Thomas Athur Moulds, and Fred Tickle who married my aunt Lillian Moulds. My grandmother, Martha Mary Moulds, had another confectionary shop in the main street (?Eccleston St) in Prescot, behind which there was land leading down to a back fence beyond which was a Territorial Army Drill Hall. Jack Ackers used to look after this 'behind-the-shop' area where my grandmother kept chickens. In my retirement I'm trying to write my family history and would greatly appreciate any details that will help me expand the brief details I have so far been able to accumulate. Michael
Williams, Denby
My grandfather,Joseph William Williams, glass merchant of St Helens, (b.Warrington 1864) was married to my grandmotherHarriet Elizabeth (aka- Lilly) Denby (b.1863), in St Thomas' Church, Heaton Noris, Stockport on 10 May 1892. My father, their second child, Joseph Shenton Williams was born 1895 in Warrington. Any details of Lilly Denby's ancestry would be greatly appreciated. Michael
red mail comerford/hamilton
can anyone supply info about ancestry of the Comerfords of st.helens who came over from Ireland in about 1898-1900?they were my great ncles/aunts and grandmother. Mary(1886-1981)was oldest though a child died in ireland aged 3 before her. Peter was an undertaker, John and Jim I only knew in retirement,Pat divided his time between st.helens and Boston,Mass.,USA.Laura, the youngest,born 1903 ran a corner shop for many years,and Winnie, my grandmother, married John Hamilton, whose name I bear as middle names between Mike and Wilson.Strong connections with St. Josephs R.C. church and school. Mary retired as deputy head there in 1950, and was church sacristan for 60 years.resumed teaching at burtonwood air base, and then St.Sylvesters, Liverpool until aged 84!
red mail Forsyth
Looking for my cousin Molly Forsyth, who lived in Parr St Helens she married a man called Frank unsure of his last name, her parents were Jimmy and Molly would be so grateful for any information Linda
red mail John Green
John Green my gt grandfather was born in 1845in Aspull. His father was John Green and mother Sarah Green nee Johnson. His father was a brow man. I cannot trace him in 1851 or 1861 census. Any ideas. Also any idea what a brow man is.
red mail John Green and Son
John Green was born 11/08/1845 and later set up John Green and Son Grocers who were based in Ormskirk St and Bridge Street from 1881-1913. Does anyone know when this shop was set up. John was married to Beatrice Johnson and had children James, Sarah, Mary and Frederick
Looking for any info re above. Appears in 1891 census as Blencowe. Married to Elizabeth, both are Irish. Elizabeth appears to move to Openshaw Manchester between 1897-1907. No trace of Thomas in 1901 census. Children of marriage include William Thomas, Jane,George,Annie,Sarah and Martha. Martha is born in Manchester 1900. Thanks.
red mail William Southward born in Windle
William Southward b 1857 St Helens. Married Elizabeth Elliott - had 3 children Ann, Lucy (my great grandmother born 1882) & Robert. Elizabeth appears to re marry Thomas Blemons about 1884 moves to Openshaw I cant find what happened to William. Can anyone help?? thanks.
red mail longmore family
I am looking for information about the longmore family who ran a newsagency in Peasley Cross...Mona and Ernest. They previously lived in Moss Bank and had two sons Albert Ernest and Kenneth.
red mail Thornton
Only details i have of my fathers mother any help would be great. My grandmother lily Thornton born st helens 1910. Married John Tuton Day in 1934 in Leeds West Yorkshire, they had 3 children Philip who died very young Cynthia born 1935 and my dad john born 1944. Her brothers Alf (children Alan & Anne),Fred (children Fred & Silvia) sisters Lottie (Snowden married name children.Tony & Martha )Francis (Hawksworth married name.Children Dennis) & Martha (Married name Lunn). Any help greatly excepted. Cheers Mel
red mail Muldoon
I am looking for any of the Muldoon family that lived around the Ravenhead area. My GGG Grandmother was Katherine Muldoon who married William Gannon at Sacred Heart Church. Other family members are James Muldoon b 1871 and Julia Muldoon (Hesketh) Any details of the Muldoon family around that time would be gratefully received. Many Thanks
red mail McSpirit/Drittler
Looking for McSpirit family Family of Rosemary Patricia Anne McSpirit
red mail Pit Disaster
I am looking for any information regarding a great uncle, George Moore, believed to have been killed in a pit disaster near Southport, he was only 17 years old and from the Haydock area.
red mail Day/Dey
I am searching for the DAY family who arrived in St. Helens from Ireland pre 1861. Mother ANN, Sons MICHAEL and THOMAS and daughters EMY? MARY and ELIZABETH. The earliest I've got them is on 1861 census living at Sutton St(Carter St)Peasley Cross.1871 ANN & ELIZABETH are at Oldfield St, Windle. MICHAEL & THOMAS are in Parr. Cannot find EMY or MARY anywhere. ELIZABETH married PATRICK SHANNON and had 2 daughters. THOMAS married PHOEBE DUTTON and had about 8 children all born in Parr. Are there any DAY'S out there connected to this family?
red mail Pennington
I am looking for any family members of Sam and Maggie Pennington of Sutton. They were in Sutton in the 1950s Sam worked for Pilkintons. Maggie's maiden name was GERRARD. Her mother Polly (Mary) Gerrard lived on POWELL STREET. POLLY died in 1971
red mail Lyon family
Looking for info. on Lyon Family of St. Helens and surrounding areas including Eccleston and Skelmersdale. They were living there pre 1800 and may still have descenants in that area although a few of them moved to Waterloo, Ashton-u-lyne, Lancs late 1800's lokking ,I presume ,for work in the coal mining industry
red mail Janice Frick Barr
I am searching for my penpal from the 1960's. Her name was Joan Appleton, she lived on Reginald Rd, Sutton, St. Helens, Lancashire
red mail Harry and Robert McIntyre
I am seeking information on my grandfather's (Harry born May 2nd 1895) and his brother Robert. Both were put in a barnardo home and then moved to Tilbury Ontario Canada. Any information would be appreciated. I will be visiting St Helens at May 05 from Canada. Cheers!
red mail Antwis Robert
i,m looking for any information on Robert Antwis who lived at 40 Croppers Hill in 1901 and married to a Margaret Wright in 1900 they had a son callled Robert born 1901,any information on the Antwis,s would be greatly appreciated,
Elizabeth Sparshott (nee Carr)
I'm looking for any connections to my great grandmother. She was known to be living at 1 Warrington Road, Whiston in 1924. Previously she was a domestic servant at 38 Fir Street, St Helens. My grandfather says he was named Mulvey after the man he new as his father (James Mulvey) although I am not sure if she married him. Any information would be of great help to me.
red mail Moran - Gerards Bridge
Looking for information about the Moran family who lived in Gerards Bridge from 1870 to 1930. Also the May family from the same area. The Derbyshires who lived in Halefield Street St Helens at the turn of the century.
red mail Forrest Family search
My great great grandfather, Thomas Forrest, was a stained glass worker in St Helens in the late 19th Century. His son Thomas Forrest lived in Ramsbottom until his death in the battle of the Somme Any information would be useful
red mail Lydia ? Windle area
I have a Lydia (maiden name unkown) born in the Windle area c.1812. She married a James lowe from Liverpool. I am looking for her maiden name, marriage and also the family in 1861, probably in the Liverpool area. Can anyone help. Thanks!
James Cross and Hannah Bailey had at least 4 children in the 1820s and 30s in St. Helens. Two sons, Frederick Beswick and James migrated to Victoria, Australia during the gold rush in the 1850s. Seeking information on this family and their ancestors.
red mail McSpirit Family
Looking for members of Drittler/McSpirit Family during early 19th Century in ST Helens or surrounding areas.
red mail Alice Houghton St. Helens
nee Woodward.Wife of Thomas Houghton married 1846 at Farnworth. Thomas died 1860 age 36. Last trace of Alice on 1861 census 72Glover Street. Am trying to trace death or re-marriage.
Looking for ancestors of Thomas Fairclough from St Helens 1800's who had sons John, Edward, Joseph, Thomas, and Frederick also daughter MJ
red mail Jamieson
I am looking for any information on the family of David Jamieson who married Amy Brookes in 1906. I believe his father's name was William and he was married to an Elizabeth Mary Birchall. Amy Brookes father's name was Arthur. David and Amy had a fish and chip shop until they moved to New Zealand in about 1922.
red mail newing george
iam looking for imformation on the newing family in st helens from the 1800 onwards
red mail constance minnie
any information on the lillwall family of st helens area
red mail Edward Woodward
Looking for information about my great grandfather. He was born in 1864 and married Sarah Elizabeth SHEWELL in 1877. I believe he served in the police force in the St Helens area before moving to Liverpool.
red mail Marshall/Griffiths
Searching for links to James Marshall and Ann Griffiths, married 10/2/1858, St Michaels, Croxteth Park. They had 3 children...Ernest, Francis and Mary before migrating to New Zealand about 1863-1864.
red mail The Toppings of Speakman Road
Looking for descendants of William and Elizabeth Topping, living at Speakman Road, St Helens (1901 census). Known children:- Jane bc 1882, Kate bc 1887, Joseph bc 1890 and twins(?)Ellen and Elizabeth bc 1894. One other child, John William (b1884, my grandfather) - killed WW1 in France, November 1916. Been searching for years. There must be someone out there descended from this family.
red mail Doherty Irwin Stephens Kerr Ashcroft Twist
In the 1881 census my Great Grandfather John Doherty lived at 65 Oldfield Street St.Helens. he lived there with his wife Jane( Stephens), son John born in Australia, daughters Jane and Harriet, younger son William Henry ( My Grandfather) and Ann theyoungest daughter. He was a chemical labourer. He and Jane were both Irish. Also living there were Richard Stephens and Samuel Little both Irish. Next door at no 63 lived the Kerrs, Samuel and Hannah Jane with Daughter also Hannah Jane and Mother AnnKerr. All Irish apart from daughter Hannah who was at this time 18. Sml was also a chem worker. Hannah was to marry William Irwin ( Irish), they had a large family. By 1901 they were living in Cord Street St.Helens. In 1901 at 65 Oldfield Street myGrandfather William was head of the house and worked at Pilkingtons, he was eventually a glass beveller by trade. Also in the home was Jane his mother and Ann his sister who was a teacher. No mention of the rest of the family. I never knew they existed until my research found them so do not know what happened to them. Next door at 67 were Richard Stephens and his family. This was we presume Jane's brother as my Father remembers Uncle Dick.The Kerrs were no longer next door at 63. Eventually m...
Hi, am looking for any information on the Holland family of Haydock. Particulary Charles HOLLAND and his wife Margaret HART. They had 4 sons Robert, Charles, Benjamin and Adam, one daughter Ellen Jane. Believe Charles HOLLAND mother was Ellen HOLLAND a 68 year old widow lived with her son Robert in the 1881 census. Ellen Jane married James MARSHALL and immigrated to New Zealand in 1958. Any info would be much appreciated. thanks Jo
red mail Williamson Goulden Ashcroft
John Williamson married Sarah Goulden, child James Robert Williamson born 8/23/1898 Ellen Ashcroft born 1/30/1897 in St. Helens. 5 Children, Leslie born 1922 md Aileen Payne, Robert b 1934, Carole Freda b 1950, Rosiland b 1952 all St. Helens then in1956 in Germany Diane born. Ellen is the daughter of Thomas and Mary ? Ashcroft and has 6 brothers, John, Thomas, Ernest, Frederick, James and William all born in St. Helens.
red mail Patterson-california
My GG Grandmother Charity Roberts was born approx 1849 in Manchester St Helens, married Samuel Underwood Pearce in Bedwelty Monmouthshire May 8 1871. Does Manchester St Helens still exist or is it now Chorlton Lancs,any info on either subject most apreciated.
red mail Brown In Earlstown Owen Usa
Brown family from Dorset to St Helens 1881 census son James local artist in 1920s/1930s.His sister Agnes married Martin Owen American GI World War 1 moved there and had son also Martin
Pilkington Glass
Padcroft Boys Home, Yiewsley Middlesex ran from 1902 to 1949 and some 8,000 boys passed through its doors, many of whom served in the armed forces. However for many years boys were sent to work at Pilkington Glass, particularly during the 1920s. University researcher has written at length on the subject, however would appreciate any further information on these 'boys' and their families, many of whome remained in the St Helens area
red mail Robert Doherty
Would love any more info, or to trace any relatives of my Great grandfather ROBERT DOHERTY. He was born in 1870 in Kendal, but came to ST.Helens, played for Saints 1895-1903. He married Alice Provost. They lived at Hunter Street, Peasley Cross. He worked for the council. He died in 1942.
red mail Abel Aspinall
Would like to find out any details of my great grandfather ABEL ASPINALL. He was born in Sutton in 1875. He married EMILY (maiden name not known). His mother Margaret remarried a Peter Almond. Would like to know his fathers name. ABEL died in ST.Helens in 1946.
red mail Welsh, Pierpoint
Would love any info on my great great grandparents JOHN WELSH & ELIZA PIERPOINT. They wer both born around 1816 in St.Helens & married in 1855.
red mail Kilshaw , Prescot
Would love any info on my great great grandparents. THOMAS KILSHAW and SARAH/ELLEN PRESCOT both born around 1853 in WIndle.They lived at Highland Brow. They married and had 9 children.
red mail Marsh, Pierpoint
I am researching the Marsh family history. My great grandfather, Thomas Marsh lived in/around St.Helens from 1817-1873. He was the illegitimate son of Martha Marsh and William Pierpoint. I especially want to know more about them.
My Father, Arthur COWLEY b 1901 St Helens Lancashire came to NZ with Parents Robert COWLEY and Ellen CRITCHLEY, and 7 of 8 SIBLINGS in 3 groups from 1910 to 1914. My Gr Grandparents, James COWLEY b approx 1842 possibly Isle of Man, d St Helens 1914married Charlotte HAYES 1863. Charlotte b 1846 St Helens, Lancashire d.1929 St Helens, Lancashire. Charlotte's Parents, Thomas HAYES and Helen LITHERLAND. I am seeking information of birth of James COWLEY, and his parents (Possibly John COWLEY and Ann QUAYLE of Isle of Mann) OR family OR siblings. I am reliably informed, some of James COWLEY's siblings were Joseph, and John. Joseph remained in England, but others could have emigrated to New Zealand,or Canada. `Any information about the family would be appreciated. I have extensive information about the family since arriving in New Zealand which I am prepared to share at reasonable cost.
Family Byatt
John BYATT, wife SELINA. Son JOHN WILLIAM BYATT (born1863 Ffestiniog) Family were coal miners in Haydock. John William Byatt married JANE ROBERTS at Welsh Chapel, St Helens 1890
Buckley, Arnold
Hello! Can anyone tell me where I can obtain obituary notices for these people, they lived all their married lives in St. Helens, and are buried in St. Helens Cemetery- Rainford Road Lancashire. Burial date - Name - Age 31/3/1936 Buckley,Arnold - 52 yrs. 18/7/1945 -- Buckley,Annie - 58 yrs. Annie's maiden name was Edmondson Thank you! Eileen Connecticut USA
Buckley, Doris 1925 -?
Looking for Doris Buckley or Doris Stout possibly remarried, known to have had more children after divorce. Second husband may have been H. Wills Details from first marriage. Doris Buckley Born St. Helens 1925 - died ? Robert Henry Stout b.1925 - d.2000 m: August 05, 1944 in St. Helens, England Divorced about 1950. Any help appreciated. Eileen
red mail James Joseph Farrell, Coal Merchant
Looking for family of James FARRELL, who was a coal merchant in the late 1800s in St. Helens, Hill Street I think. He had also been headmaster of Catholic Schools at Peasley Cross. He came from Ireland, through Scotland. He had 8 children: Mary Angela, b.1853; Annie Maria, b.1855 (my great-grandmother); Arthur Maria, b.1857; James Joseph, b.1859; John Sutherland, b.1861; Eleanor Agnes, b.1864; Mary Isabella, b.1866; Joseph Aloysius, b.1869 (the only one born in England). Some of these offspringremained in St. Helens, some migrated to U.S.
red mail William Turner, Butcher
My family includes 3 William Turners, grandfather/ father and son, all butchers of St Helens

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