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Weaverham Cheshire
WEAVERHAM. It is a charming town, with timbered houses and thatched cottages, gay flower gardens and quaint courts, and it has an idyllic setting close to the River Weaver and the enchanting woodland of Delamer... more
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red mail Martha Ellen Woodward - nee MAINWARING
Martha married Frederick Woodward in 1882, both from Weaverham. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Many Thanks
red mail drinkwater
George Drinkwater, born abt 1818. Do you have any info about him before 1850, by which time he was living at Norbury by Nantwich? I have lots of info about him after 1850!!!
red mail Smith family
Does anyone have information on the Smith family in Weaverham in the mid 19th century. Joseph Smith was a teacher and Methodist preacher and his brother Samuel was a doctor (whose son Joseph William Smith was also a doctor in Weaverham.
red mail voinus family 1900-onwards
Has anyone any info on the Voinus family who moved to Forest street Weaverham about 1900 .William and Sarah Voinus .They had 10 children , born between 1886 and 1903.
red mail Beryl Roberts/Ellis/Coe
Looking for anyone who knew my nana who lived in Weaverham all her life 1923-1997. She lived on Lime Ave and I am specifically searching for the man who fathered my dad as my nana refused to marry him and he has never been seen since. His name was supposedly Brian Mope (sp?) and he hailed from Altrincham. Thanks
red mail James Woodward b.1862 Weaverham
I am searching for descendants of James and his wife Elizabeth(nee Clarke. In 1901 they were living at 10 Church St and had 3 Children Lizzie Thomas and Gertrude. Any info regarding James children & their families would be appreciated
red mail Wilson Family
I am researching the Wilson family who lived in Weaverham in the late 18th, early 19th centuries. In particular I am researching ancestors George Wilson and Alice Wilson who later married William Dawson and lived in Leftwich. Alice was born in Weaverham in 1839. George was born in Weaverham about 1799/1800.
red mail Massey Family Little Leigh
Researching Massey family in Weaverham, Little leigh, Cuddington, Gt Budworth. Peter Massey m Margaret Massey in 1863. Thomas b 1801 m Martha Robinson. Peter b 1749 m Catherine Clark.
Weaverham And/or Hartford, Cheshire
Hodge Lane now comes under Hartford but the original farm address was Weverham (old spelling). Farm House still standing, belonged to my ancestor in early 18th century. A road nearby bears the family name of Ashley. Is there a local history society? What is the significance of Gibbet Hill, which would once have been part of the farm in question.

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