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Ancoats Lancashire
Ancoats was a Registration sub-District in the county of Lancashire, in England. It was part of Manchester PLU/RegD/PLPar.
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red mail mcloughlin/brierley family ancoats
i am looking for anyone who has information on mary agnes mcloughin born 1889, who had a son named joseph, born 1915. she went on to marry a man with the surname of brierley, and they had more children. father is named as unknown on josephs birth certificate. anyone any info on this??
red mail butler
Hi i am trying to find details on an Alice Butler who married a George Fairminer they lived at 15 mitchell st Ancoats they left this address in 1952 with their daughter Brenda Fairminer and her son trevor fairminer thanks
red mail Brown family from Mill Street, Ancoats
Anybody have any information on the history of the Brown family from Mill Street Ancoats I know this is a common name, but the father, John was the proprieter of the Chemists shop on Mill Street, near to Ancoats hospital for nearly 40 years, still showing up on the 1891 census at the age of 80 All three boys are called John as well just to confuse further, John Thomas, John William and john Alven/Alvan There re girls too following a second marriage to what looks like John snrs sister in law I am stuck and need help!
red mail McLoughlins/Scotts
Does anyone have any information on the McLoughlin or Scott families that lived in Ancoats from 1841? The wives, Eliza McLoughlin and Ann(sometimes Bridget Ann) Scott were sisters, nee Sloane/Slone Sloane girls and their husbands William and John respectively, all originally hailed from Northern Ireland and had come to Manchester I suppose in search of work Any info anyone?
red mail Parks, Fletcher or Wardle Family Decendant's
Decendants of Charles Henry Parks or Parkes & Sarah Laura nee Fletcher last known addresse's 12A Withy Grove Manchester about 1940 & 12 Clayton ST Ancoats, Manchester, or Walter Parks, last known address 3 Slade Grove, Stockport Rd Longsite, Manchester, about 1940, or William Wardle or Mary nee Roughly/Ruffley/Roughly. Charles & Sarah's children Edwin C.H., Sarah E, Frances A, Laura L, Walter R, William & Christine I Parks. I would be very pleased to hear from you.
red mail Burns family
I am trying to trace any descendents of Patrick Burns, born abt 1831 Ireland (1861 census states Dublin as place of birth) and his wife Jane ?? who he married in around 1848 in Ireland. all their children were born in Ireland. They were Ann, (abt 1852)Mary Ellen, Jane, Andrew and Patrick. Patrick being the youngest born abt 1863 Dublin Ireland. In the late 1860's they moved to Manchester and in 1871 they were living in Heath Street, Ancoats. Patrick Burns (Head) was listed as a Glass Bottle Maker) The youngest child Patrick married Sarah Elliott in 1884 and his father was on the marriage certificate as an Engineer. I cannot find any further reference to any of the other children, or Patrick Snr and hias wife Jane. I have all the descendents of Patrick and Sarah as they are my husband's great grandparents. Any help would be much appreciated
red mail cooper william
william cooper born in manchester ancoats was in the lancashire fusiliers born 1906 is first wife was agnes clayton they divorced then married ada cooper also from ancoats they lived in collyhurst manchester until 1968 then moved to winsford cheshire he had brothers called george and albert and joe and sisters called lilly and sadie any info appricated
red mail Denbys of Ancoats, Manchester
I am researching the Denby family who lived in the Ancoats area in throughout the 19th century. I know that they lived in Murray Street at one point and during the time of the Scuttlers when James Denby would have been a teenager. James was married to Emma Lilley. Any information or leads to photographs of Murray Street would be much appreciated. Thanks
red mail MOLLOY Family Chorlton On Medlock
I am trying to trace any birth records relating to a John Molloy who was born in the Ancoats area of Manchester in abt 1864. His father name is Michael Molloy and his mothers name is Mary Molloy Nee Luddon. I have tried the 1871 census but the ancoats area was not covered. I have searched GENUKI Lancashire but they do not know who holds birth records for Ancoats area. In the 1881 census John appears in Chorlton on Medlock with his brother James.
red mail LOWRYS of ANCOATS
I am searching for any Lowrys in ancoats who was related to Margret and Michale Lowry, they lived in Mill Street with their children in the 1881 Census on Manchester,my great G.mother was Elizabeth Lowry who was Margrets sister she was the eldest of 10 children who was born in Ballyreagh,Dunaghy,N.I. their parents was James Lowry Farmer and Martha his Wife
red mail Flaherty - (Mc)Caffrey in Ardwick Anscot
My grandmother was Roseanne Flaherty. She was born Sep 1861 in England d: 22 Sep 1901 in 57 Capital St, Pawtucket, RI. This following is the record of the marriage of her parents and the names and estimated birthdate of three of her siblings who were born in England. R.I.Lancashire Marriage indexes for the years: 1859 FLAHERTY Thomas CAFFEREY Mary Chorlton-on-Medlock Registar Attended Manchester CHO_RM/13/180 1 Thomas Flaherty b: Abt. 1841 in Galway, Ireland d: 03 Jan 1890 in Carson St., Pawtucket, RI .. +Mary McCaffrey b: Abt. 1842 in Ireland d: 15 Oct 1918 in 107 Lonsdale Ave, Pawtucket ........ 2 Roseanne Flaherty b: Sep 1861 in England d: 22 Sep 1901 in 57 Capital St, Pawtucket, R.I. ............ +John O'Connor b: 25 Jul 1855 in Worcester, Mass d: 13 Feb 1897 in 22 Knowles St, Pawtucket, R.I. m: 09 Jun 1881 in St Mary's, Pawtucket, Rhode Island ........ 2 John Flaherty b: 1863 in England ........ 2 Mary Flaherty b: 1865 in England ............ +J. Hyndman ........ 2 Isabella Flaherty b: 1868 in England I would like to have any information available for any of these. Thank You, Tom
red mail Bosleys in Ancoats
1834? William Bosley (carder) m. Anne Manning had son James. Any info welcome especially before William's birth.
red mail patrick gill/thomas muldowney
i am looking for patrick gill aged 19,in 1861 he is shown as living with his parents,at gun st ancoats,with his siblings mary,ann,john,and margaret,also margarets daughter,mary ann muldowney,whose father is thomas muldowney?i can't find patrick,margaret,thomas,and mary ann,anywhere after 1861,mary ann was born in 1859,and lived with her parents at cotton st ancoats.they may have gone back to ireland,kilbride roscommon?or emigrated to america,can anyone help me with my quest,and i may be able to get some sleep,i have found the rest of the family.but i can't find them dead or alive anywhere.someone out there must have the answer? i hope so? regards brian..
red mail thomas monaghan
He had a daughter Ellen who was interned in the Crumpsall Workhouse and gave birth to twins one of whom died the other Harold survived that was 1896.two years later Ellen married Evan Ambrey in Crumpsall.He was the stone mason at the workhouse but Harold for some reason lived away from them.
red mail Flaherty
Just discovered this site. My grandmother Rose Ann Flaherty was six months old in Anscoat, Ardwick on the 1861 Census. She was the only child of Thomas Flaherty 24 yrs old and Mary (Mc)Caffrey. On Jun 9 1881 she married my grandfather, John O'Connor at St Mary's, Pawtucket, Rhode Island, USA. I would love to find her birth cert. and the marriage record of Thomas and Mary.
red mail Scott family
I'm looking for information or descendants of William Scott and Jannet Smith.One of their sons is my 5th GGfather was born at 2 Ridgeway St Manchester, on 7th August, 1851. (Birth Cert says sub-district of Ancoats Manchester) He was born Daniel Greenhill Scott, but marriage and death certs say name is David Greenhill Scott. (we still trying to figure that one out) Story goes that he and a brother came to Australia as seamen and when the ship couldn't land they jumped ship and when they got to land had an argument and my 5th GGF came to New South Wales, Australia. Just trying to find any info on his family. Like brothers, sisters or parents etc. I can't find anything on any 1851 or 1861 census. So I'm stuck, is anyone able to enlighten me at all. Thanks.
red mail Coffey Henry Born Ireland 1807
Looking for information on Henry Coffey born Ireland 1806. Living 1851 in Ancoats Manchester, working as a blacksmith. Wife Jane born 1809 Salford. Son Henry born 1827 married ELiza Matilda Eason and was father of my g- grandmother Catherine Worrall. Does anyone have any information prior to 1851?
William ALBERT and wife Elizabeth ALBERT nee FARRIER are parents of SELINA ALBERT bn 1895 Manchester. Cannot find marriage of William to Elizabeth. Are they on your tree?
Joseph GORTON bn c1860 & wife Ann Gorton bn c1865, daughter SELINA GORTON bn c1895 all on 1901 census and born Manchester. Cannot find marriage of Joseph to Ann or birth of SELINA. Are they on your tree?
red mail Griffiths 1851 Census
Would like info previous to 1851 Census on Griffiths Family: (#9 Harrison St. Anscoat, Manc) James head age 34 F'ly maker b. Gibralter; BR.Sub.; Eliza wife age 30 b. ?,Ireland; Joseph age 15 Manchester; Mary Ann age 12 Manchester; Jeremiah age 9 Manchester; James 7 Manchester;
family kay
Lived in loom st ancoats 1818. They were fustian cutters from warrington. Jonathan and Sarah Kay
HICKS Thomas and Silvester
Looking for connections to Thomas HICKS born 1849 Mitchell Street, Ancoats. Parents Silvester Hicks, hairdresser, and Sarah HUTTON. Married Sarah LESTER 1870 Manchester Cathedral. Thomas was a dyer. Lived in Clayton and Bradford, Lancs. 6 known children including Sarah born 1883 Clayton.
red mail Lear Family in Ancoats
My great grandmother comes from Mill Street of Great Ancoats Street. Her name was Maud Lear. She was born in 1896. Her father was Joseph(b1851) and mother, Eliza (b1855). She had sisters Jessie, Lillie, Bertha, Blanch, Eliza and a young brother Albert born in 1899. Her parents ran a Common Lodging house in Mill Street. Her father also had a coalyard, stables for horse and a barge that would transport coal along the canals around Manchester. The house itself backed onto the Ashton Canal. If anyone is descended from this line and can take me back beyond Joseph and Eliza,her parents or is descended of this line. Maud married Frank Doran, who was from Ireland in 1912, he died in the 1st World War between 1915-17. One child survived, Winnie. She married Enoch Brooks in 1923, who had 4 children of his own. They lived in Widnes, Cheshire and had 2 children, Elise and Eliza. Please contact me via the site if any of this links to you too. Thanks. Marie
red mail Willis family in Ancoats
John Willis (abt.1824) married Susannah Hickson 11 May 1845. Children: Sarah Ann, 14 April 1846; George, 15 Aug 1848; Elizabeth, 12 Feb 1851; John, 1855. Wife died in 1858. John Willis married next Ann (Nuttall) Gutteridge, a widow, born 1832. Children: John, 22 Dec. 1859; Mary, 02 Sept.1862; James Henry, 10 Dec. 1866; William, 07 Mar 1869; and Ann, 09 Feb 1872. John Willis died 15 June 1876 in the Workhouse on New Bridge St., Manchester. Wife Ann died at same place 20 Feb, 1872. Would like to find any connections to any of this family.
red mail Moores Sons
anyone with a connection to Teddy,Wiliam,and Dennis Moores born Ancoats,1900s. they were the children of Edward Moores and Mary Elizabeth Moores (nee Lowry)
red mail Flynn / Smith Coleman, family Ancoats And Ireland
I am trying to locate descendants of William Flynn and his wife Bridget (nee Gough) who arrived from Ireland around 1840, possibly from the midlands of that country. They had children Elizabeth, Catherine (my 2x Gt Grandmother)born 1841, Patrick b.1843, Margaret b.1846, William, Maria and Bridget. I know that Patrick married and had a large family still living in the area on 1901 census. My Gt,Gt Grandmother Catherine married Jonathan Smith born Macclesfield and their eldest child James marriedMary Ann Coleman. Through them some of the family moved to North Wales
Temperance Street, Ancoats
My ELLWOOD family lived on Temperance Street in the late 1890's. Any connections anyone? Or is there someone out there who also has relations that lived on this street. Would love to hear from you. Regards, Sharon.
red mail Ancoats
My grandmother and her two sisters birth certs list this (although they only said they were from "Manchester" appreciate any information on Ancoats as a neighbor they were born there late 1890's - 1904. Emg. to USA 1913. Is there a speciallink to Liverpool, as that's who one of them married

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