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red mail Haynes in Back Lane, West Derby
benjamin Henry Haynes came from Upper Canada with his wife Clara or Clarina Lauger (Prussia) first appears on the 1871 census living in Liverpool but lived most of their time in Back Lane West Derby. Clara died in 1909 in West Derby Workhouse and Benjamin Henry died in 1912 in 13 Back Lane. Their daughter Mary Ann Haynes is down as having been born in Liverpool 1867 but no record of her can be found. Can anyone help solve the puzzel of the birth of Mary Ann or the marriage of Clara and Benjamin? Thanks
red mail Moorby family
I am looking for the family and ancestors of James Moorby who lived at 65, Chatham Street on the 1881 census. I know quite alot about his descendents and am keen to know more about his father and mother (Joseph Moorby and his wife Ellen ? maiden name). Does anyone know about James siblings too? His grandson was my grandfather ( Leonard Moorby).
red mail Robertson Gibb Hurst
Family members in 1840s to 1880s sought. Lyon St. Particularly Susan m. to Wm. in 1840s. He an attorney, died by 1861 census, at Hyde St or Greenwood, Everton perhaps. Son William Ed., b. 1849 apprx. then had his own son William Edward b. 1881 who married Jessie Murray Gibb, whose own grandmother was Mary Hurst, m. to Andrew Gibb.All W.Derby or Toxteth, Stuck on 1st Wm. who was born in Middx.!! Welcome anyones info.
red mail Gibb and Murray
Jessie Murray Gibb, whose grandmother was Jessie Murray dtr of Andrew Murray (Jamaica) b.1828 approx. in Jamaica. Any other Murrays born in Williamsfield or Westmoreland in Jamaica. We know of Wm Murray another son, but further back to the grandparents could be William Murray snr and possibly a Thomas Murray. Sarah Murray who married an Ashburnham years later could be a relative. Anybody?
red mail Mariann Ivy Elizabeth Kimberley
Have discovered more information about Mariann Ivy Elizabeth Kimberley who was born 25 Jan 1884 in West Derby Lancashire. Her father was Alfred George Kimberley and her mother's name was Elizabeth nee Dickinson. Question is, just exactly where did this young woman go?? I would be exceedingly grateful, and probably retain some of my remaining sanity, if I could discover her history between 1884 and approximately 1911 when she appears in New South Wales Australia. Oh and other small details like, the full name of her mother, any siblings, who she married, where and when and how travelled to Australia. Lack of information leads one to believe she may have swum. Thanks, Val
red mail JOHN WOODS - PENTON STREET
hi, has anyone heard of PENTON STREET in west derby. I can not find it anywhere. I am looking for a JOHN WOODS married to CAROLINE CROSS. They lived in PENTON STREET in 1901 and he worked as a publican. Does anyone have any information either about them, the pub or penton street? Thank you, Louise
red mail Renshaw West Derby
Looking for information on Sydney Taylor Renshaw born West Derby in 1875. Mother Louisa Renshaw father unknown not mentioned on birth cert., brother Herbert Henry Renshaw born abt. 1873 also in Liverpool. All three on 1881 Liverpool Census, in late 1881 Louisa married Thomas Stanley Williams (seaman) born Ireland no trace of them in 1891 Census but Sydney Taylor Renshaw re-appears on the Isle of Man Census dated 1901. Any info would be grately appreciated.
red mail Coulduck or Coldock
John Coulduck married Lucy Appleton in 1919. They had, to my knowledge, eight children. Anyone out there with any connections?
red mail Mcmahon
Looking for information on Patrick Mcmahon, married Mary Alice Mallin in West Derby 1919. He is shown on the 1891 census with his brother James, who seems to be a couple of years younger than him. I know he was born in Ireland c1889 and that is where i am struggling, any information will be gratefully received
red mail brownbill
any info on brownbills from 1800 to present in or around west derby, i've got some info but of course lots of gaps

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