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CHEADLE. Manchester is only seven miles away, and a busy new world has grown up round the old town; but much of its old charm is to be found in the streets and the country round about. An old black and white r... more
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Could any of you kind souls please find the marriage for Samuel BRACEGIRDLE (b c1787) and Martha HODGES (b c1789)? I know that it's shown in Pallot's Marriage List but I do not have access.They had a son,Samuel BRACEGIRDLE (born 1820,Horse Guards Barracks,Middlesex), but Martha and son,Samuel,were living in Cheadle,Chesire in the 1841 UK Census and Martha was shown as a widow,so I'm not sure of where Samuel and Martha actually married.
red mail jack
very vage looking for imformation on a man called jack who was a mecanic on stockport road i think blue star garage on the corner of councillor lane cheadle in the late 50s 60s not sure on sir name possibly lloyd or worrall worked with kathy peocock or gordon betty ralphs if any bells ring please help me
Seeking any descendants of Nelson COLLIER (b. Cheadle 1807) or his children Nelson b.1834, Charlotte (1837, by his first wife Charlotte, or later children by his 2nd wife Rosannah GREAR - Jane (1840), John (1846), Alice (1848), Samuel (1849-1902) or James (b.1852). It is believed that Samuel COLLIER married Ann Emma ASHTON and had children Rosa, Jack, Ashton Nelson and Daisy.
red mail leigh
thomas leigh born abt 1825 gatley, cheshire married ellen born abt 1817 melton, yorkshire. lived number3 richmond hill, cheadle 1861 census.was brickies labourer, had five children, martha, susannah, james, emma, henry,. not sure of ellen surname any info on the leigh family from cheadle, stockport, etchells, would be gratfully recieved thanks.james leigh married margaret beatty in 1876 and emigrated to australia that same year.they are my great grand parents.
red mail 26 hall street
Can anyone give me any info on this address. previous occupents/unusual goings on over the years, any local rumours or old wives tales regarding this address??
red mail Harris - Rockingham
My father was Walter Alexander Harris. His parents were James and Elizabeth (nee Rockingham),and they were in Cheadle in 1901. Walter had Fred,George, Arthur, David as brothers and Libby, Louise, Rachael Lizzie and Lena as sisters. I would dearly love to hear from any descendants of this family as my father lost touch with them. James Harris was a descendant of Joseph and Elizabeth(nee Bulpett)Harris and was born in Hampshire, so have I other cousins I don't know about? If anyone has some information I would be grateful.
red mail Adamson
Looking for any information about the William Simpson family. William, b. abt 1810 in Heaton Norris was married to Mary Ann Adamson, b. 1816 in Cheadle. The family lived in Heaton Norris, Heaton Mersey, and Stockport. Children: James b. 1842, Sarah b. abt 1845, Jeremiah b. 1847, Hannah b. abt 1852, Elizabeth b. 1850, John b. abt 1857. James married Cecilia Povall and immigrated to the US in 1879.
red mail Collier - Clockmakers
David Collier became a CLOCKMAKER in the Cheadle and Gatley area, as did his son John Collier. David was buried at St Mary's, Cheadle in 1792, and John in 1816. I would like to hear from any descendants.
I am looking for Bertha Warburton married Thomas Warburton at Cheadle parish church in 1904. I dont know if they had any children.Any information appreciated, PS. I Know they lived in STOCKPORT before they married.
Mary Sophia Small, born 1834 Cheadle Cheshire, died 1896. buried 1st December 1896 at St Mary’s Cheadle.. Mary married William Parker, son of John Parker, on 30th April 1860 at Christ Church, Heaton Norris Lancashire. Her father was William Small, born in Cheadle, possibly in 1771, died 1841. William was a painter. Mary Sophia may have had a sister Alice. Would appreciate any information.
red mail LEAH
I have LEAH ancestors from Cheadle.
red mail War memorial and graves
3 Wrench brothers, Arthur, Fred and John died during WW1, if there is a war memorial that contains their names would anyone be willing to take a digital photo of the whole memorial and the panel containing their names and email them to me. Arthur won the military medal - is their any local information about how and when he did. Also if anyone knows of Wrench graves in either the local cemetery or churchard could they please also help me with photographs. Happy to do reciprocal research in South East Sussex in return. Many thanks.
red mail Cheadle, Cheshire
I am looking for information on Peter Brown approximately 1800-1850
red mail Re Literary Institute 1877
FRom Cassells Gazetteer c1896 Cheadle Chesh : 1891 Population : 16,830 tp - Has a Literary Institute of 1877 which includes a library,gymnasium and news and other rooms.

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