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Altrincham Cheshire
ALTRINCHAM. A busy town a few miles from Manchester, it keeps a charter of 1290 and boasts that it has had about 500 mayors, though some were of rather low degree, for Sir Walter Scott quotes an old saying: "l ... more
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red mail Faulkner/Timmins/Hodson
I am looking for William Faulkner,born abt 1829 in Dunham on the Hill, married Mary Timmans or Timmins from Kilkenny possibly in Altincham in 1853 and then lived in Little Lever and Radcliffe and had 4 children, John, George,Richard and Sarah. Sarah had son William (1886), no father named, then later married a Thomas Hodson(1893) and had Mary(1894) and Margaret(1898)
red mail JOHNSON
eic johnson lived in albert street altrincham born in moss lane .1914
red mail Collins/Watson
Frederick Collins (B 1882 in Gorton west) married Ellen Watson (B 1886) at Ringway Church on 24 December 1907 they had a daughter Helen Doreen Collins on 24 August 1917, after that Ellen (1886) left Frederick Collins. So I am trying to find at where she went and what happened to her. Clive
red mail Hamilton
Looking for maiden name of wife of John Hamilton born Altrincham 1710 Married at St Marys Bowden c1730 also any other children they had besides George born C1730.
red mail Brickell Family
Anyone researching the Brickell Family from northenden/ Altrincham area, I'd love to hear from you.
red mail Nall Family Altrincham
I am looking for information regarding the Nall family from Altrincham (originated from Staffordshire). George Nall was born in 1860 in Poplar, London, he lived with his Aunt Elizabeth at 1 Regent Road / Chapel Road Altrincham who owned a grocers shop for a number of years. George married Jane Hughes in 1880 who's father ran The Old Roe Buck pub on Victoria Street, Altrincham. George was a master joiner who lived at various address including Stamford Road and Mill Street Altrincham. Any information would be much appreciated.
red mail Critchley's of Altringham
Seeking information on the family of James Critchley (1841-1905) and Martha nee Rowbottam (1847-1811). James was a domestic gardener, Martha was a domestic midwife. They lived much of their life at 94 Chapel Rd. Altringham. James and Martha had 12 children. I would appreciate any information on this family Eleanor
red mail James Charles Saunders
James Charles Saunders was born in 1842 in Long Buildings, Altrincham. He was a cabinet maker by trade. He married Mary Holmes Dupree and had several children, one of whom was my paternal grandmother. Prior to his death his occupation was given as a Venetian blind maker, I believe working from Manchester. I'm looking for any information about him, in particular as to where he carried out his business.
red mail Bampings of Altrincham
My Great Grandparents were James Bamping (b1863) and Louisa Oliver (b1867). I know they lived in Altrincham where Louisa's mother ran a grocery store. My grandfather was Wiliam Harry Oliver Bamping and left Altrincham to join the Household Cavalry and never returned to Altrincham. Does anyone know any information about the other children. I know there were several brothers and sisters but aside from John,Frank and Eric I do not know their names. Are you perhaps a decendant or do you have any information. Any help would be much appreciated.

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