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Ellesmere Port Cheshire
ELLESMERE PORT. Its docks and warehouses are by the Manchester Ship Canal, which has huge embankments here and is a highway for iron ore. The embankment which separates the Ship Canal from the Mersey is very ma... more
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red mail lyth
lookingt for anybody new evelyn lyth live in ellesmere port about 1946 to 1948 thank you
red mail price family ellesmere port/cheshire
Looking for members of the price family that at one time in the 60/70s lived in ellesmere port..terrance h price born 1939..clifford william price born 1941..barbara price born 1945..i belive barbara married a albert john knott in 1973 at the church in whitby road ellesmere port now belived to be living mickle trafford cheshire..if you have any info of these people or any of their relitives please let me know....thank you.
red mail bargee
looking for information on the broydon family from runcorn who were bargees
red mail Nancy Bennet-Early 1900's
Am looking for any info on my Grandmother Nancy Bennet, she was of welsh descent but was brought up in Ellesmere Port by her grandmother,she was in Ellesmere Port from the early 1900's she later relocated to London with Thomas (Bob) Stone.
red mail McGarva family Station Hotel
Any information on the McGarva family who kept the Station Hotel in Ellesmere Port during the late 1800s into the early 1900s very welcome. Lydia McGarva wife of William McGarva was my great aunt.
Richardson Family
Looking for any decendants of the Richardson family. In 1842 John Richardson married Sarah Williams at grt Boughton Cheshire, There first daughter Elizabeth was born their in 1842, Their second daughter Sarah b 1846 in Elsmere port.Son John Reece was b 1850 and daughter Ruth (my grtgrandmother ) b 1854. I can't find them on the 1861 census, and Ruth is a servant in Staffs in 1871 she marries William Forrester in 1873 in Northwood Staffs. What happened to the rest of the family???
family history
any help regarding john timothy leary and edith rigby his wife both born in liverpool in 1860s married 1902 lived in orrel lane for many years had four sons born early 1900s john ,reg ,william and robert .JT died in 1942 ellesmere port
red mail Davies
My grandmother margaret Ellen Davies (married Charles Howes) sisters Sarah Jane,Florence both married in Ellesmere Port,brother Thomas lived South Wales. Their father was Jeremiah Davies,mother Charlotte nee Lyon,Did jeremiah and Charlotte die in E.Port. Do you have their names in your tree
red mail Family Search
Am looking for information about Will Jenkins who married Maud Irvine in Wales and moved to Ellesmere Port where he owned a furniture shop. He was the son of William John Irvine. Any information appreciated.
red mail BUTLER
My grandparents Walter and Ethel Butler lived in Ellesmere Port, first at Bates Cottage near Lees Lane, then Victoria Road around 1920s. Any information gratefully received.
red mail Lee
My g grandparents Thomas & Sarah Lee lived in Bridge Street in Ellesmere Port in the early 1900s. My grandparents Albert & Nellie Nicholls also lived in Bridge Street. Any information gratefully received.
red mail James
Are there any relatives of Arthur James, who went to live in the US in the 50s - Ellesmere Port area? His mother married a Mr.Wilkinson.
red mail William Breedon
Looking for any info about the Breedon family. I have a William Breedon, definitely living in Ellesmere Port in the 1920s (Princes Road, later Westminster Road). His father was Joseph (Joe) and mother may have been a Steadman. William married Ada Elizabeth Kirby. We think he was adopted and the surname Cross rings a bell with some of the family.

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