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red mail Smethurst / Salford
researching George Edward Smethurst born Salford 1909. He had a brother Ernie and sister Lily. I believe they were put into a home. I know Lily had two girls and Ernie married Alice but had no children.
red mail Smethurst of Greengate, Salford
Looking for family members and information on Minnie Smethurst, Salford. She appears to have had three children out of marriage 1909 - 1916 and was noted as a " onion peeler " The children went into a children's home so her partner may have been killed in the war. He is not on the birth cert so perhaps he was already married.
red mail John Alfred Cook Smethurst
John Alfred Cook Smethurst died 1906 in Salford. Is there anyone pursuing this link? He had 9 children ( 4 died )
red mail John Entwistle- Alice Entwistle
Looking for any details of John born in 1797 and Alice born in 1796.Would like to go back further than this. They married about 1821. Children, Barnett(1822) Hannah (1825) Elizabeth (1827)Peter (1830) John (1832) Alice (1834) Thomas (1836) Jonathan(1839) My GGGrandfather. I would appreciate any help with finding them.
red mail Yates/Tattersall of Salford c1900's
I would be interested in contacting anyone researching John 'Jack' Yates 1905 and Harriet 'Kitty' Tattersall 1906. Thanks
red mail Barge Of The Adelphi, Calico Works
Information wanted on John Barge, family and ancestors around 1800's
red mail Burgess Butchers in Salford
I'll looking for any information about my grandfather John Burgess who had at least one (maybe more) butchers shops in the Salford area. He died in 1944 but the I think business was carried on by my grandmother Ellen and the two sons John and David.
red mail Preece. Also Brooks, Thornley
My Grandfather was Francis Edwin Preece b 1889, Wales, d 1980. Buried in the St Mary's Catholic Cemetery in Swinton. He was a brother, I think, of Emily Elizabeth (b Powys, 1886), Walter (b 1887), Hilda whose married surname became Brooks, Miriam b 1895 who married Thomas Thornley, Craven aka John (1897), Sarah or Olive (1904), Amy (1910) and Michael. Their parents were John (1859-1927) and Bridget (1866-1945 I think) Preece nee Evans who travelled to Salford from Wales prior to Hilda's birth in 1893. The Preece family settled in Lower Broughton at 5 Derby St., one of the streets between Duke St and Earl St.. After serving in WW1 with the Royal Engineers, Francis Edwin Preece, started up a business as a green grocer in Broughton Lane, opposite Alban St., and bought a horse and cart which he stabled in Talavera St. at the opposite end of Camp St. It was during this time that he met his wife Ann Jane Martin nee Mason. Ann was the widow of Samuel Gromshaw Mason with two young children, a daughter Rhoda (1907-1995) who married Arthur Tomkinson and a son, John Mason (1910-2005). They married in January 1920 and combined their businesses at the Strong Street shop. Frank and Ann Jane went on to have two further children, Francis Douglas Preece (1921) and Irene who married Jim Crowe. Any family links would be treasured. With Thanks, Lorraine (NZ)
red mail TAYLOR BROTHERS
In the Slaters 1863 Directory I found a reference to TAYLOR BROTHERS Heald Knitters at 13 Blackfriars Street, Salford. Does anyone have any further knowledge of these Taylor brothers, their, first names, their parents, wives, children or any other information? I am wondering if they are my ancestors..Thank you.
red mail Looking for Saunders
I am looking for relatives of Samuel Saunders who was my great-great grandfather. He was born abt. 1828 in Ireland; he married Catherine Ryan and went to New Zealand. He returned to Salford, Lancashire and was listed on the 1881 Census as living at 10 East Wynford St., and on the 1901 Census as living on Regent Road. His son, William J. Saunders (born abt. 1856 in New Zealand) was my great grandfather and married Josephine Courtney (1856-1895) on Jan. 26, 1881. In the 1881 Census, he lived at 59 Lord Duncan Street. I was told that he went to Kimberly, Cape Colony, South Africa in 1890. William had a son, Frederick (1883-1964) who was my grandfather. He returned to England to live with his grandfather, Samuel, and then moved to the USA. My grandmother, Emma Madge Bain (1889-1968), came to the United States, and they got married in 1911. If anyone has any information on my family, I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks.

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