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red mail Joseph HEAP of Wooldale town end
My direct ancestor Ebenezer HEAP was baptised at Lydgate Chapel in 1797. His father is recorded in the church baptismal register as Joseph HEAP of "Wooldale town end" - the mother's name is not recorded. This Ebenezer is not to be confused with another Ebenezer Heap born 10 years later to a Joseph and Mary although I feel sure there must be a connection. The family Christian names are very similar to our family names. Both of these two Ebenezers can be found on the census returns and I really think that they probably both had the same father (Joseph). If anyone has any ideas about this conundrum which I have puzzled over for 35 years I'd love to hear them. I have his life story from his marriage onwards but nothing earlier other than the baptism. Pamela
red mail wooldale in the 1850s
I am interested in any books or articles about wooldale and holmfirth from about 1845 through to 1900. I am particularly interested in a Nancy Cartwright who was born in Wooldale in 1847 to a William and Sarah Cartwright. Any information on Nancy or any general information about Wooldale and Holmfirth at the time of her birth onwards would be appreciated, many thanks to anyone who may be able to help.
red mail Tinker
My ancestor John Tinker was born in Wooldale in 1811/1812. His father's name was Joseph. Any information on him or his family before 1850 would be very welcome.
red mail Booth, Charles born 1839
Hi, I am looking for info on a Charles Booth born at Wooldale in 1839. 1881 Census has him living somewhere called Farrahfield. With wife Ellen & children Herbert, Fred, Sam, Charles B, Emmanuel and Mary E. Any further information would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Booth. Wooldale
Im trying to find info on my great grandfather Charles Booth born 1861, Father George Booth, Mother Betty, of Wooldale. He married a Mary French around 1885-1886
red mail Booth
Looking for info on Booth/Wood/Brown family. They Lived in Wooldale in 1881. Census has (Betty Wood) as head of household. Sons Sam:35,George:22,Charles:20,and grandson,George Brown:5. According to my research, Betty Booth was the widow of George Booth. The grandson, George Brown, was the son of Elliot and Hannah (Booth) Brown. Charles Booth was my maternal great grandfather. He immigrated to the US in 1885. Any information regarding this line will be much appreciated. Warm regards, Jayne
red mail strange
My family have in Warrington for 150 yrs they originally came from Ellesmere Shropshire and are descended from James Strange
red mail bolsworth
Charles Bolsworth moved to glasgow from Warrington in 1881, he was a musician and had a family of ten children. all the other Bolsworths live in Warrington, originally they came from Hinckley Leicester
red mail william bottomley quaker
William bottomley was a quaker of wooldale and high flats. He moved with his family to manchester and then to Warrington in 1802. He was a weaver by trade. I am descended from his daughter Sarah.

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