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Witton and Witton-cum-Twambrooks Cheshire
There is some confusion as to what is Witton, Witton-cum-Twambrook or Northwich. Some sources claim Witton IS Northwich, others that it was a township to the east of Nortwhich. Old Maps shows Witton Cum Twambo... more
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Weedall family of watermen
Any details required for John Weedall b.2/3/1826 married Mary Ann Fallows b.7/7/1836 both from Witton. Family were watermen and lived in Tabley St, Witton before moving to Birkenhead. Children were Mary Ellen b.17/4/1859, Frances Ann b.1860, Arthur b.3/3/1867, Clara b.1868, Elizabeth b.1871, George b.1873 & Anne Jane b.22/1/1878. Son Arthur married Hannah Allcock Holland in Birkenhead 1891 and they had children Eveline b.1898, Arthur b.1900, Doris b.1902, Gladys Maud b.1905, Elizabeth Florence b.1907 & Dorothy b.1912. Would love any information at all but particularly further details regarding John Weedall and Mary Ann Fallows re marriage, siblings, parents etc.
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Butterworth and Carter families in Witton
Looking for Butterworth and Carter families in Witton. William and Hannah had grocer's shop in Witton Street in 1871.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2017
red mail BARNES, JONES
Alice Barnes, b. Warrington c.1808, and George Jones, b. Chester c.1811, a decorator, married c.1835 in Warrington. Five children were born in Witton by 1844, Charles Albin Jones being my gt-grdfthr. Charles eventually went to Hull, Yorkshire, and became a photographer and victualler (i.e. two separate businesses). Further news would be welcome.
Posted: 2004, Member logged in: 2017

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