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Disley Cheshire
DISLEY. Great trees shade the road from Stockport to this small town between Lyme Park and the Derbyshire border. The church, among the trees above the little square, was made new last century, though the tower... more
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red mail Holmes Family-Disley
I am looking for any information on the Holmes family of Disley.My Grandad,Aaron Holmes was born in Disley in 1902,there were two sisters one of whom was Nancy,the other I don't know. Does anyone have any info that could help?
I am trying to trace anyone who remembers the Hibbert family who lived in Disley in 1901, John Thomas, Esther, daughter Ann Elizabeth and son Frank. I think they had a bakery on Buxton Rd selling home made pies and bread. If you can help with any details I would be grateful, Ann Elizabeth was my grandmother.
red mail Joseph Walker & Family
I am looking for any information on Joseph Walker (born 1796) and wife Ruth together with John, Sarah & Thomas who resided in Disley at the time of the 1841 census
red mail Buxton Road
Around the 1950s,my older sisters used to go with my late mother to visit her "adopted"aunty Sally and uncle Harry.They lived somewhere between 246 and 276 Buxton RD Newtown Newmills/Disley.We would love to know their surname. It could have been Moore. Does anyone remember them or a girl called Fiona who may have been their daughter or a neighbour.
Higginbottoms in Disley
Looking for info on my GGG Grandad, Samuel Higginbottom born New Mills 1832c. He married Sarah and went to live in Kent, Rhode Island, USA which is where there children were born. Thomas 1860, Robert 1862c, Mary 1865c, Priscilla 1867 and Sarah Jane (my GG Gran) born 1871. They returned to UK and went to live in Disley, 1881 census. Sarah married John Wright born Disley 1860 and Priscilla married Samuel Wild born Disley 1868c. Any info on Samuel's parents,etc or any of these people would be a huge help. Thanks Dawn
Wright family in Disley
Looking for information on the Wright family in Disley. It looks like all from there are related. Benjamin Wright (1805)(my 4x Great Grandad) married Martha (born Mellor, 1806) and they had John (1826 3x Great Grandad), Sarah (1830), William (1830), Edwin (1832), Joseph (1835), Jennatte (1838). John Wright (1826, 3x Great Grandad) married Mary A (born Mellor, 1829) and they had Benjamin (1855) Ellen Ann (1857), Janetta (1860), John William (1860, my 2x Great Grandad), Martha E(1862), James (1864), Joseph (1867), Herbert (1871). John William Wright married Jane Whalley and they had Mary(1882), Annie (1884), Janetta(1886), Lizzie(1888). When Jane died he married Sarah and they had John (1895, my Great Grandad), Robert(1898), William(1900). All were children and fathers were born in Disley. Any information or if you have any of these people in your tree, please get in touch. Dawn
red mail Osbaldiston Osbaldeston
I am researching the Disley branch of the Osbaldiston family and would be happy to hear from anyone who knows anything of them
red mail Bowen in Disley 1901
Looking for members of the Bowen family registered in the 1901 census at Disley. Head Jessie Bowen, children Jane (Mary Jane), John, Rose, Elizabeth, Fred, Florence and James. Also at that address boarders who worked as 'miners in tunnel' and visitors from Wales. Thank you.
red mail Bradburys of Disley
I am looking for references to any Bradburys in Disley pre-1825. At the moment, I am particularly anxious to find a John Bradbury who, according to later censuses, was born in Disley in about or around 1804. With thanks.
red mail Morecroft Sanderson Disley
Looking for descendents of John Holt Morecroft m to Fanny Sanderson living at Disley in the 1881 census. He was a Dutch Yeast Importer. John was born in Stockport to my GG Grandparents David & Mary Ann. David was a Master Butcher.
red mail Gaskell; Gaskill; Green; Turner; Whit(t)aker
Hope to hear from anyone who links to these names Marjorie
red mail Disley Sources
I have the 1871; 1891 and 1901 census for the village as well as selected entries from the Parish Registers Marjorie
red mail Evans, Darlington
Names: Darlington
red mail Whittaker, Bold And Higginbottom
I am looking for anyone who recognises these surnames from the area of Disley. Please feel free to contact me Thanks Emma

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