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red mail rimmer family
any information on the rimmer family, my father is James Terence Rimmer, His Mum was Janie who married harry scholfield, his grandfather was James Rimmer and Great Grandfather was thomas rimmer who married mary atherton who then married thomas pye when thomas rimmer died a few months before james rimmer was born in 1881, any information would be helpful
Taylor, Foster, Whittle & Cunliffe in Billinge
Peter Taylor (1841-c 1915) was born in Billinge to Ellen Taylor who was unmarried at the time (later married and became a Foster). Peter spent a fair amount of his life living with his Grandparents William and Jane Taylor. Although there are plenty of Taylors, Cunliffes, Fosters and Whittles in that area at the time, we still have one or two puzzles that we could do with information on. The fascintaing in depth article on Billinge that was written (and contained in the book) names a number of members of these families but none seem to match up to ours.
red mail Hampson/Halliwell Families 1800 - 1850
Looking for information on John Hampson b 1836 Billinge Higher end, Wigan married Hannah Nason. John has siblings, Sarah b 1834, William b 1835 and Robert b 1838 (parents possibly William and Catherine) In the 1851 census the siblings are living with aunt and uncle Thomas and Ann Halliwell and their children William, Roger and John. Any connections?
red mail Thomas Gee 1816 Millicent Gaskell
Looking for information on Thomas Gees parents. He was born circa 1816-1818 in Billinge. He married Millicent Gaskell from Taxal Cheshire. They lived in Hyde, Stockport till there deaths in 1890 and 1884. Children were Ann Gee b 1838,married to John Baker. James Gee b 1839, Joseph Gee b 1841, John Gee 1844, and Frances Gee b 1850. Any help on Thomas's parents would be great.
red mail Beetle
Am trying to chronicle the Beetle(s) family, especially those originating in Lancashire. Please contact with information.
Heinekey or Heineky
Any info on this family, Possible German origin
red mail Martleton
I am looking Thomas Martleton/Markleton/Markland who lived at 126 Upholland Road in the 1800's.Thomas married Elizabeth Barton from Billinge
ARTHUR family lived at Greenfield cottages Billinge early 1900s Any links ?
WOODS-RIGBY marriage
Seeking information on Peter WOODS, surgeon, of Winwick and Mary RIGBY, spinster, of Billinge who married in Billinge 23 February 1790. This information comes from the Billinge Parish Register 1696-1812 as found on Ancestry. This may have been a second marriage for WOODS. Did they have a child, Maria or Mary, in 1791 in Warrington? Did Peter WOODS die by 1799? Did Mary RIGBY WOODS die by 1803? It is likely these are my 4th-great-grandparents. Any additional information will be very helpful and greatly appreciated.
red mail Taylor from Billinge; Parr; St Helens
Looking for info on the TAYLOR family: James b. 1831 Billinge m. Susannah ? b abt 1831 their children: John b 1848 Winstanley; Ellen b 1849 Parr (m. Henry Spencer from Ormskirk); James b 1851 Ashton; Thomas b 1854 Parr; Daniel b 1856 Parr; Henry b 1858 Parr; William b 1862 St Helens ; I think most of the family settled in the St Helens area. Parents died young...both about age 40 (I believe as 1871 census had oldest son John as Head and all children living with him. By 1881 Ellen had married Henry Spencer and the 3 youngest brothers were living with them.
red mail Lost Atherton's
James Atherton married Elizabeth Simm in Wesleyan Chapel 4/02/1878. They had 9 children all born in Billinge. William (1879), (Sybil (1881) my husbands grandmother), Joseph (1885), Mary E (1887), James (1885), Caroline (1895), Florence (1897), Violet (1898), Hannah (1900). If there are any descendants out there please help me fill in the gaps?

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