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Romiley Cheshire
ROMILEY. It is old enough to have a page in Domesday. Its modern church has a tower and spire, and there is old panelling in the chancel, and oak sedilia with a bishop's head in a panel. A short walk brings us... more
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red mail HALLOWS
I am trying to trace my 3rd great grandparents, WILLIAM and MARTHA HALLOWS, who spent most if not all their lives in or around Romiley/ Hyde. He died around 1858. From censuses their dob appears to be 1791/4. They had several children: John b 20 Aug 1819 Hyde, Nancy 1821 Hyde, Joseph 1823 Hyde, William 1828, Andrew 12 March 1831 Denton and Jane 1831 Hyde. My 2g grandfather was John but owners of trees on are descended from James and Andrew. All of us seem to be unable to get further than William and Martha. Very grateful for any help or information, please. Ian
red mail Edmund Charnley Smith
Edmund Charnley Smith, born Hyde 1877,(son of Edmund Wilde Smith and Jane(nee Cheetham)). He married Rose ALDRED in 1903. Had children Eileen Aldred Smith born c. 1905, Edmund Philip Smith c.1907, Nancy Charnley Smith born c.1909,(died 1912 aged 3), and maybe others later. In 1911 Edmund (Snr) was a Boot & Shoe Factor living in Romiley. I would like to make contact with any descendants, with a view to exchanging information on our Smith and Cheetham ancestors.
red mail Fidler Family Romiley
I am researching the Fidler family - believe that they lived at Holehouse Farm Romiley also Offerton Green
red mail Barber of Romiley Cheshire
William and Hannah Barber. Elizabeth Barber born c 1826. Barlow Fold. Weavers cottages. Also Green of Glossop
red mail PoleAcre Farm, Woodley
Many of my relatives in Werneth lived on PoleAcre Lane, by PoleAcre Farm in Woodley. I have information on some residents in the area, in the late 1700's to the early 1900's. The names were Gee, Booth, Swindell, and not far from the farm were the Linneys, the Bardsleys and the Gregory's. They were all related at some point and I would love to share info with any of their descendents.
red mail Gee, Booth, Swindell, Bardsley
I am researching these families from the Romiley area in the 1700's to the early 1900's. The Gee's were born in Romiley, Werneth and Bredbury, The Swindells from Norbury Moor, Booth from PoleAcre Lane in Romiley and Bardsley from Haughton.
Heginbotham Romiley, Cheshire
Romiley is a small village approx 3 miles outside Stockport. It has an interesting history, and was mainly agricultural & cotton industry. I have lots of information relating to members of my family history going back to the early 1700's.

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