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GUISE, DAVID & ECCLES, MARJORIE MARY
Searching more information on the family of DAVID GUISE who was born in Kishnev, USSR, in 1906. His family settled in Manchester & subsequently Anglisised their name. David's father, JOSEPH, was a confectioner. Two of David's brothers were SOLOMON & BOB. David married MARJORIE MARY ECCLES in 1935 in Manchester. They lived in Chorlton cum Hardy & moved to Lytham St Annes. The family was involved in the textle trade.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2020
The Singleton Family
I am trying to find details of the parents of my great great grandfather. His name was Robert Peter Singleton and he was born in Manchester in about 1831/2. He married Harriet Matilda White in Bethnal Green London in 1851, this was where she had grown up, and although their first child John Scott was born in Manchester in 1852 they lived for the rest of their lives in the East End of London. I know that his father was called John Singleton as this appears on Robert and Harriets marriage certificate. John may have worked for a railway company in Manchester.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2020
Did they marry into your family?
My Great Uncle John/Jack Walsh married Sarah Spilsbury from Knutsford in 1883. They lived in the 1890's in Fletcher Street Newton Heath. They had at least 3 daughters- MARY WALSH, who was born in about 1885 in Liverpool, MARGARET WALSH, born about 1888 and ETHEL WALSH born in about 1891, both in Manchester. Did they marry into your family? I would love to trace this part of my family tree.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2020
Manchester Newspapers lookup please
Hi, I wonder if someone has access to the Manchester Newspaper Archive. I need someone to look up newspapers in 1838/1839, the best bet would probably be the Manchester and Salford Advertiser 1825-1848, although there are others. What I'm looking for is a report on the trial of Edwin Buckley in Lancashire Quarter Sessions, Salford. He was first tried in January 1838, prosecuted by Ann Standing, and again twice in May 1839 prosecuted by Thomas Chapman and Joseph Bavis (I think). In both of these cases he had an accomplice, Joseph Collinge. One of these trials was on 27 May 1839 where he was prosecuted for shoplifting and sentenced to 7yrs transportation to Australia. I am trying to find clues to his birth, he was transported in 1840, so he won't be in the 1841 census. He said on his daughterÂ’s birth record that he was born in Oldham, but so far I haven't been able to find him there. I hope someone can help. Thank You, Faye
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2020
whittle
looking for any imformation on my gt gt grandfather William Whittle who was in the Salford, manchester area when his son John,my gt grandfather was born.John was an engine driver who moved south and drove trains in France. William was an engine driver as well.So was John's father in law Daniel Mills.
Posted: 2005, Member logged in: 2020
red mail John Arthurs (de Lorimier or Lorimier)
Looking for family of John Arthurs, born abt July 1794/5/6 (based on death info); military records state "born in the parish of St John in or near the town of Manchester in the County of Lancaster by trade a smith"; Further "attested for the 29th Foot at Dover in the County of Trent on the 4th May 1812 at the age of eighteen"; then joined the 69th Foot; married Elizabeth HAMILTON, probably while in service in Ireland (maybe near Cork); settled in Ontario Canada near London Ontario (Napier) after medical discharge from army (1833, Oct); had 2 girls and 1 son; died 4 Jan 1882; was a Mason, member of St. John's Masonic Lodge #322 in Ireland; I can not confirm birth information, parents, nor siblings; Canadian census states John was of French origin which matches oral family history of escape from France with name change in England; French name maybe related to his family is de Lorimier; Can anyone help? Thanks, Dave
Posted: 2021
red mail Johnson/Shaw Salford
Looking for information about family of Richard Johnson b 1855 Manchester. in 1882 he married Annie Shaw in Salford. The 1891 census describes him as a travelling showman. Annie came from the Huddersfield area. Her father was Barnabus Shaw. Any information gratefully received.
Posted: 2017, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Shaw/Scott
Looking for information on Caroline Matilda Shaw born Lockwood Yorks 1846, and who married Henry Scott born Gate Burton Lincs. They married 1877 in Manchester. Will appreciate any information on either family. Thanks.
Posted: 2017, Member logged in: 2021
red mail DUCKETT Family
I would love to hear from any members of the DUCKETT family who lived in Hulme and Chorlton on Medlock areas also Salford in the 19th century. My direct ancestors go back to 1605. However I am having trouble finding members of our family unit who are descended from either Thomas DUCKETT (bn 1864) or his brothers John bn 1868?) and brother James bn 1872) Hope I am not the only one tracing this line as I am the last remaining DUCKETT (maiden name) as my father , another Thomas bn1898 and his brother Albert bn a few years earlier all had daughters. kind regards Margaret.
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2021
red mail ELY family
William Charles Ely born Hulme 1888 had sisters Rosina Florrie and brother Fred. William married Jessie May Petch in 1915 and they had a daughter Ivy my mother and a son Harry . any information on the sisters and brothers would be great.
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2021

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