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red mail O'Niell/O'Neill family
Looking for info about the O'Niell/O'Neill family ( surname appears with different spelling on different census documents ) who lived at 52 Droylesden Rd., Newton Heath. Large Catholic family with parents being Martin b 1845 in Galway and Mary nee Whelan b 1851. Of particular interest is one of their sons Martin Daniel b 1881. Any advice would be very much appreciated.
red mail Boardman Newton Heath
Does anyone remember or know anything about Mrs Boardman who used to live at 30 Hethorn Street Newton Heath and gave piano lessons in the 1950s/1960s?. I had a distant relative who died at that address in 1939 and am trying to work out if they were related in any way.
red mail newton heath to barnsley
hi can anyone help, I have great grandad John Whyke who was born in Gawber Barnsley poss 1811. on the census his wife mary born1806 weaver-{no maidenname} was born in pendleton lancs. the first child Sarah 1826 is on all the census but says she was born on the 1841 census in eccles and on 1851 census in newton heath. I know they were residing in gawber by 1831. but I cant find a marriage or a sarah whyke christening, so I am Presuming Mary could be a widow or single and came with her daughter to barnsley to work in the mills. all other children were christened in Gawber church. does any one have a mary and a sarah missing between 1826-1831 from lancashire?
red mail Tony Donnelly
Last known in Newton Heath or Failsworth I am looking for Anthony Donnelly I know he has a sister called Bernadette Ferris who lives in Failsworth. If anyone could help i would appreciate it thank you
red mail 3 Crowns Oldham Rd Newton Heath
I am looking for information about a public house The 3 Crowns Oldham Rd Newton Heath nr Manchester, I have a relative, Thomas Wilde who's birth certificate states his birthplace as opposite 3 Crowns Oldham Rd Newton Heath. The surname could also be Wild.
red mail Nancy TRAVIS in Newton Heath, late 18th C
I am seaching for information on the family of NANCY TRAVIS, born 1795 in NEWTON HEATH, who married William Rider (/Ryder) at Manchester Cathedral on January 2, 1815. According to the IGI, a Nancy Travis (DAUGHTER of another NANCY TRAVIS, no father named) was baptised at Newton Heath on 25th February 1795. All information appreciated.
red mail Address in Newton Heath
I have a postcard from the early 1900s The address is 12 Reliance St Newton Heath Manchester England. I would like find out who lived there at that time. My Great Grandmother Elizabeth Oldham Greaves and I believe she came from the area. Thanks for any help
red mail MOSEDALE - NEWTON HEATH
I am seeking information on Mary Wilson (nee Mills) and Joseph Mosedale of Newton Heath. Joseph was born in Wrexham, Wales in 1825 and Mary was born in 1836 at Failsworth, Lancashire. They were married at Manchester Cathedral in 1852. They had issue - William 1858, Thomas 1862, John W 1867, Elizabeth E 1869 and Albert Jesse 1870 - all born at Newton Heath.
red mail BROOKS
Would like to conatct anyone researching the BROOKS family connected with the BROOKS & DOXEY factory - would be keen to establish a link to Middleton by Wirksworth Derbyshire. Samuel H. Brooks and J. Tytler, Cotton Machinery. Manchester: Brooks & Doxey Limited, (c. 1910). The firm Brooks & Doxey Limited was founded by Samuel Brooks in 1859, and became Messrs Brooks and Doxey in 1892. In Slater’s Directory of 1909, the proprietors are listed as ‘makers of cotton mixing, opening, cording, preparing, spinning, winding and doubling machinery’, with premises at Union Iron Works, West Gorton, Junction Iron Works, Newton Heath, and 15 Market Street, Manchester. The firm traded for almost a century, dissolving in the late 1950s with the continued decline of the Lancashire cotton industry.
red mail Wilson, Daniel
I am looking for my Great Great Great Grandparents, Daniel Wilson b 1796, who married Hannah Arkess in Brigham, Cumberland in 1817. In 1841 they were living in King Street, Newton, Manchester. They had 5 children, Sarah, Mary, Joseph, John and Daniel. Mary Wilson is my Great Great Grandmother who married Walter Ray in Lancashire in 1847.

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