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red mail 'Tommy' Tucker
I'm trying to gather details of 'Tommy' Tucker an ex boxer who kept a pub in Bamber Bridge before the war, in Station Road I think. I could provide a photo if it would help.
red mail OGDEN
I am seeking information about my g g grandparents - William and Mary Ann Ogden. They had 10 children born between 1866 and 1885. I believe William was a ring spinner and was born around 1845. He died Sept 24, 1913. His last son, Richard, born Feb. 3, 1885 was my great grandfather and emigrated to Massachusetts sometime soon after May 1907.
red mail cowell/ cane
albert cowell,b abt 1867 wife laura c b abt 1867, son john b abt 1895. laura was born in penzance, cornwall. in 1901 census i hav them living in 264 camberwell new road, london. they are parents to my grandfather archibold cowell b 15 july 1902,in camberwell,london.died in 1974.he married kathleen harriet cane b 11 dec 1904, in harringey london.died 1995.they married 25 sep 1926,they had 6 children dennis 1934,peggy 1929,james 1932,margerat 1948, valerie 1946, olive 1927 died 1927
red mail Thomas Lancaster
Looking for informatin on G G Grandfather Thomas lancaster born 1795 married Mary Banks . He was a Blockcutter have, him up to 1841 . Cannot find record of his death . Mary owned 5 acres of land in 1851 . Their children were boot and shoe makers. No record of the land after 1851 .
red mail Lawson
I am trying to find descendants of Sebastian and Edith Lawson, who lived in the Bamber Bridge/Leyland area in the 1930s- 1960s. Edith was born Edith Thomas in Loftus around 1903
red mail Eastham
Information swap of Eastham name in the Bamber Bridge area to Euxton and Wigan area from c1700 to present day I would be very interested in any info.Joyce

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