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Ince Cheshire
INCE. There is a Cheshire saying, Go to Ince, which means go out of sight, and it is well founded, for this quaint village stands at the end of a country lane leading nowhere, a lonely place by the Mersey. more
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red mail Jane Hargreaves and Jane Hayes
I have information on the above and Jane Hayes of the Manor Ince is who I would like more information on. Jane Hargreaves was born abt 1852 to Jane Hayes who was born approximately 1830 maybe. She owned about 130 cottages , butcher shop and Hotel in the town. Anyone with more info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Karyn
red mail Lloyd family
looking for bap record for Mary Elizabeth Lloyd born c.1860 who married Charles Edward Walker and settled in Buxton, Derby. she claimed she was born in Ince in the 1901 & 1911 census's. Dave
red mail Ellams family
I am looking for the Ellams, Ellames, Ellam family who were living at Ince from before 1780. Joseph Ellams b.abt 1871 or any other Ellams in this area.
red mail Read family in Ince
Any info on any relation to Read from 1730 to date
red mail edwards
i seek information on the huts, ince and elton, which were used as dwellings by the workers constructing the manchester ship canal. my great grandfather charles edwards was a timekeeper on the project.
red mail Ireland Family in Ince
John Ireland born 1835, fisherman, married Ann White of Ince in 1866. They had two daughters, Ann Elizabeth and Fanny. The White family (many of them were fishermen), had lived in Ince since c. 1700. The Ireland family were from Hale, Cheshire. Sandra
red mail Ince
I am trying to find members of my family who moved to Ince in the lat 1800s Their name was Ireland and occupation was Fisherman. A photo of where they lived and a gravestone would be very nice. Living in Canada I can't do all the things I would like to . Can you help ? Joyce
red mail Free Lookups
I live in Elton Nr Ince and have access to all the census records for the surrounding areas. I also have a digi camera and would be happy to try and find a grave in Ince, Thornton Le Moors and surrounding area for people living far away!
red mail Nield / Woodfine / Read & Banks
Researching the Nield, Woodfine and Banks families from Ince in Cheshire. I would love to hear from any descendants.

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