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red mail Edgar Collier 1892
I am trying to trace Edgar Collier. He was my uncle. I can find no record other than birth. I was told that he was an estate agent who went to prison for Fraud. His parents were Alfred Collier 1864 and Fanny Cockayne 1869. There are several families in that area with very similar names. Any Help would be appreciated. Thanks
red mail McGuffie of Woolton Hall
Researching my McGuffie family who owned Woolton Hall in the early 1900s and ran it as a Hydro Spa - any information would be great.
red mail Thomas Robinson 1864 Much Woolton
Hi I am looking for any information on my gt grandfather Thomas & his descendants who came from Much Woolton. THOMAS ROBINSON 20/02/1864 Allerton Road Much Woolton (Plumber/Ironmonger) married JANE STONEHOUSE (b1863 Hale) at Hale Parish Church 10/01/1889 (witnesses to marriage were William Robinson & Leah Stonehouse). Children: William Stonehouse Robinson 03/10/1889, 86 Flinders St, Kirkdale. Andrew b1895 Warrington. Thomas b1897 Warrington. Fanny b 1898 Macketts Lane Much Woolton – married Norman Allen. John b1899 Macketts Lane. Harry Robert 21/04/1900 Macketts Lane. Harold Robinson 06/08/1903 Macketts Lane (my grandfather) married Margaret Dickinson – children Thomas Keith & Patricia. Richard b?1904 – thought to have married Kay & had a daughter Pauline. Any information would be very much appreciated.
red mail salmon - robinson
i have family tree dating back to 1699 - some lived in woolton - hale - childwall areas of liverpool. also names include CRAWFORD - MOORE - DALEY - FLYNN - HELBERT - STOKES - SCARISBRICK - but many are ROBINSON
red mail Longworth ~ LANCASHIRE
Jane Frances Longworth, fa. James, b abt. 24 April 1832, probably Woolton, Liverpool. Married John Palmer 1868, Edge Hill, Liverpool. All details sought, willing to swap all.
Woolton Grange
Woolton Grange, home of Harriet Tod, demolished many years ago. Memorial to family in St. Peter's Church, Woolton.
red mail Bate - shoemaker
Details of shoemaker William BATE Church St Woolton in 1871 census. Any info greatly appreciated by his gt gt granddaughter
red mail WOOLTON GRANGE
Looking for information regarding woolton grange, residence of Harriet Tod (census 1881). does the house still exist?
red mail Gregory -Steen
I would love to find anyone who has any connection to my GGrandfather John Gregory who married Catherine Steen on 15 August 1875 at St Mary's Church, Edge Hill, Lancashire. They had children, Sarah Elizabeth(1877) (my Grandmother), Bertha(1882), John(1876), Randal Carr(1879), William(1887), Henry(1874), Katie(1880), Hilda(1885) & Vincent(1887). They lived in Allerton Road, Woolton for many years and then later at Island Road, Garston. I should love to have any information on any of the family.
red mail Burrow
I am looking for anyone related to Burrow's of Much Woolton, they were stonemason's Any information would be grateful. Regards
red mail Turtons - Woolton
I live in Tarbock, within sight of Woolton. We have a photograph of the Turton family outside our house dated 22 April 1910. A neighbour still living can name those on the photo
red mail Woolton Village Club
I am interested in receiving any information about the history of Woolton Village Club 13-23 Allerton Road, Woolton. According to the census of 1871 and 1881 my Eaton ancestors used to live at 23a Allerton Road. If anyone has any information regarding the club premises or what stood their before, or indeed about the Woolton Eatons, I'd be extremely grateful to hear from you.
red mail air show 1950's
addition to my previous entry. the birdman, was a french aero-stunt performer he was performing at the annual air show in speke, anyway he was doing stunts on the wing of the plane and fell, then his parachute failed to open, I watched it with my dad.
red mail air show
thank you to whoever replied to my message about an air accident. It has solved a mystery for me connectd with a very vivid dream last Feb (2004). I dreamed it exactly as it had happened. Any more info would be welcome
red mail BYROM
any information on Ashton Byrom bc1680. or Woolton Byroms
red mail old wooltonians
my mother was born and raised in woolton 1916-present day. she remembers the turtons who lived in vale rd in the little cottages there was a school for naughty children behind them,also remembers the coombes? she is proud of her memorys
red mail vinery house
my mother who is 88 remembers this place, she says there were grape vines all over and it was owned by an old lady
red mail air show 1950's
I remember the air show at speke airport when the birdman's parachute failed to open and he fell to his death, my father took me to see the show that year, I was eight or nine s/be 1954-55
CUMES/COOMBES
I am researching the Cumes family who lived in Much Woolton. In particular the family of Richard Cumes, born c1813, occupation Stone Mason. His wife was Susannah Jones born c1810, from Ruthin, Wales. Thanks for any help. Lois
red mail TURTON FAMILY OF WOOLTON
LOOKING FOR ANY RELATIVES OF THE TURTON FAMILY WHO LIVED IN WOOLTON. MY GREAT GRAN WAS EMILY TURTON, DAUGHTER OF WILLIAM. I THINK THEY LIVED IN QUARRY STREET. ONLY HAVE INFO FROM 1881 AND 1901 CENSUS. WOULD LIKE ANYTHING ELSE. KERRY T.
red mail Air Accident In The 1950s
Does anyone have any information about an air accident in which someone was killed in a field at the end of Hunt's Cross Drive or nearby? Beyond No 290 was fields then.It would be before 1956 and may have been some sort of air show or demonstration.
red mail Vinery House
I am looking for any information re Vinery House which once existed in Woolton. I believe it was the only place in the country that grew grapes. My Gt Grandparents worked there and I am trying to trace them James Jones and Margaret nee Ellis. I wouldappreicate any history of the house or the occupants
Turton Family
Has anyone got information on the Turton family who lived in Woolton in the latter half of the 19th century?


 
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