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red mail John Ashworth Hollingworth
Pilot Officer RAF - Killed in action WW11 - November 1944. I have some correspondence/photograph from J H to my father and wondered if relatives would like copies.
Abel Booth 1813 -1899
My ggg grandfather Abel Booth was born in Hollingworth in 1813, son of Joshua & Betty Booth. He married Betty Roberts. He lived at Arnfield and in Tintwistle in later life. He was connected to the Methodist New Connexion chapel and was an overseer of the poor. He was one of 11 siblings. I have traced him back through several generations. I would like to hear from anyone interested in this family. Karen
red mail Hollingworth
I have a relatives who are descendant of the Holingworth family of Hollingworth Hall, Hollingworth, I understand that a water fountain commemorates one of the family which now stands in Lees cemetery in Oldham, marking his starting up a social security scheme before the government scheme was introduced. Any information on the family and of surviving descendants would be really interesting.
red mail sidebottom
hi i am looking for any information on any sidebottoms from the wortley or mottram areas
red mail Warhurst & Dog Street
I am looking for Joseph Warhurst, b. abt 1807, who was married to Ann & was a blacksmith & innkeeper of the Gun Inn in the 1840's to 1850's. His son son born in 1844, and later John w. operated the blacksmith shop on market street. My great grandmother was Betty Warhust, a daughter of Joseph and Ann, born in 1828. Betty married Wright Massey, born 1819, the son of Kezia Massey. Kezia later married George Band. I'm also curious as to the location of "Dog Street"... that was the Warhurst's address in 1841 & I cannot locate on any maps, current or historical. thank you.... mark of Iowa, usa
i am tracing my family tree ralph sidebottom who married ann warhurst and they had a son called issac,william and ralph and they lived in mottram cheshire can anyone help thanks

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