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red mail Goosnargh Local History
I am researching the history of Goosnargh and the surrounding area for a proposed book and I have also registered with the Register of one place studies. Anyone who has links to Goosnargh and could help me with any information or photographs would be great. I may even have unearthed something of your ancestors! Janet
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Clarkson family
I am doing a study of Goosnargh and would like to trace any descendants of this family in and around this village. William Clarkson in the 1851 and 1861 census was an innkeeper, shoemaker and farmer resident at the Bushells Arms. In later censuses he is also a sexton of the local church and postmaster. His son John was also a shoemaker and sexton. One of the addresses they lived at is Pear Tree Cottage, Church Lane, also known as Post Office cottage. Any information or photos would be very welcome.
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Wallbank/Goosnargh connection
I am trying to trace my Wallbank ancestry but have come to a dead end with my great grandfather Robert Wallbank.I believe he was born in Goosnargh,lancashire around 1852 and am told he was one of eleven children.He moved to west cumbria after leaving school and settled in the Bootle/Millom area (he is shown on the 1871,1881 and 1891 censuses).He married Hannah Stafford in 1882 in Bootle,Cumbria.I cannot find any pre 1871 information on him and was wondering if anyone can help.
red mail Elizabeth Southworth
Looking to see if Elizabeth Southworth born 1811/12 in Goosnargh was married to John Wareing and where they were married.
red mail higginson
I am researching the higginson family from Reddish in Stockport. I have traced the family through 5 generations to the early 1800s when they first appeared in Reddish. There was a James Higginson who was born in Goosnargh in 1757. I cannot get any info on him except that he had a son named Mark Higginson who was born somewhere in Lancs possibly in Goosnargh in 1787 and died in Leigh Lancs in 1847. Mark was married to Ann Smalley and they had six children. Ann. Mark Jane. Joseph. Thomas and Mary. The name of James wife was Jane born 1761 but that is all the info i have on her. Any info would be great.Thanks Dave
red mail strickland/sanderson
Does anybody have any information about about these names from the Goosnargh and Whitechapel area of Lancashire. Thanks.
red mail Dewhurst / Grayston connection?
My 3G Grandfather was George Dewhurst bc.1811 in Goosnargh. His marriage certificate, interestingly, has his father as being Thomas Grayston. I cannot find any ref to a Thomas Grayston of the area at the time. There's a couple of different baptisms of a George Dewhurst in Goosnargh around 1809, one of which is to Ann Dewhurst (no father listed) 28 Jan 1809 at St Francis and Hill Chapel (RC). This is a distinct possibility of being the right person, although he should really be a year older in many of the census returns.
red mail Marsden Familes
I am looking for any Marsdens from or around Goosnargh Village the past 300 years.
red mail Rigbys
Does anyone know of any Rigbys living in the Wittingham/Goosnargh area around 1800-1830's please?
red mail Agnes Willan
Hi I am looking for any one who may have Edward Bibby in their tree. He was b 1863 and married at the parish church at Goosnargh 2nd June 1885. He gave his address as Over Kellet. His father was John Bibby a farmer. Also looking for Agnes Willan b 11/11/1861 at Burrow with Burrow, residence at time of marriage was Wittingham. Her father was George Willan and mother was Ann Willan nee Wilson

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