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Interested in any information relating to Simeon Yewdall who lived in Halton in early C19th and was a gardener. Married to Margaret Hodgson
red mail Robert & Miles Dean
Looking for any info on Miles Dean baptised 19 April 1795 Sidegarth Halton. Father was Robert Dean, mother probably Isabella.
red mail Robert & Isabella Dean
Does anyone have any information on the family of Robert and Isabella Dean, thought to be in Halton late in the 18th century? Their son Robert married in Clapham in 1804, and was farming near Bentham by 1825.
red mail Woodhouse family in Halton
Looking for any descendants of HENRY WOODHOUSE b 1785c Bolton-le-Sands and ELIZABETH LAWRENCE b 1793 Galgate. They were married at Halton St Wilfrid's on 2 Sep 1816 and I believe they had 11 children - John (1816), William (1819), Henry (1820), Alice (1822), Thomas (1824), Mary (1826), Elizabeth (1828), Robert (1833), Sarah (1835), Jane (1837) and Lawrence (1831 or 1838?). I am descended from Mary who was baptised 28 May 1826 (Halton). Would love to hear from any other descendants tracing this tree!
red mail Longtons of Halton, Lancashire
Looking for other people researching Longton family of Jalton, mainly farmers. Have lots of information and am based in Morecambe near Halton, Julie
red mail Halton
I have started research on Longton Family Tree. Any information relating to George Longton b.1786 in Halton (son of Timothy)or parents, siblings etc. would be most welcome. I would be willing to share research info already collected. Lancashire person would be most welcome

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