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Any information on Hannah Welsh who was born in Douglas in 1851. Two of her siblings were also born on the Isle of Man - Eliza Jane (b.1844) and Robert(b.1848). She moved to Cumberland and later married John Foster Kennedy.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Cowley/Skillicorn
John Joseph Cowley (1868-1938) died at Mount Havelock, Douglas. His mother, Eleanor, had a Grocer's shop at 1, Back Strand St. until her death in 1895. Any info. on this family would be most welcome. John Joseph married Catherine E. Skillicorn (dau. of William); again any info on this family appreciated.
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Tait
I am researching my family history and would like to find out more about my great great grandparents, Andrew and Sarah Ann McIntosh TAIT (nee CRUICKSHANK) living in Douglas, Isle of Man. My great grandfather, James McIntosh Tait was born in Douglas in 1847.
red mail Victoria Road, Douglas
Is there still a house called The Willows on Victoria Road, Douglas? I have looked on Streetview and can't find it, although there is still a post code for it. We used to stay there when I was a child and I'd like to find it again when I visit the Isle of Man. I think it was near where the old holiday camp was and not far from the Falcon Cliff Hotel.
red mail Moore
Looking to find anything on Catherine Moore, born about 1836 around Douglas. In 1841, she was living with her parents Thomas Henry Moore and Catherine Unknown in Onchan, Isle of Man. She married John Jones 10th Sept 1860 at St Simon, Liverpool. The last record that I can find was as a widow on the 1881 census, in Holyhead, Wales aged about 45.
red mail Cain
Looking for information on who opened the first chip shop in Douglas from information I have been given I believe this was in the mid 1800s if anyone could give me any ideas how to find out this information in more detail I would be very grateful thank you as I have been told they were my great grandparents.
red mail john joseph cowley
john joseph cowley was my grandfather, my mum was joan cowley,siblings- david, amy,agnes joseph,anyone linked to them would be grateful of any info.
red mail William Milner KELLY Douglas, Isle of Man
Living in Douglas, Isle of Man, in 1911. According to family, born in Ireland in the 1860s. According to the census, born in Manchester. Worked as a printer/compositor. Married twice - first to someone called FLETCHER, second to Marie ADDIS. Seven or eight children, including George Milner KELLY, born September 1905. William died in Liverpool in the 1950s.
red mail Featherstone family. I.O.M.
I am related to the Featherstone family as found and recorded in the Isle of Man Census of 1851. The family can be found as residing in Douglas, I.O.M. during that Period. Any detail's of the family welcomed. Thank's, William.
red mail Quine Family of Douglas
Has anyone any info please on Annie (nee Palmer) and Fred Quine who ran the Seaforth House Hotel on Loch Promenade, Douglas, Isle of Man, in the early 1900's. They may also have had other boarding houses. They had one daughter named Doris.

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