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red mail Hapton, Lancashire, offer of help.
As a born and bred Haptoner, with an interest in local history if I can be of help to anyone with past or present connections to this area, please feel free to contact me. Steve.
red mail hapton library
Does anyone know anything about the history of Hapton's old library situated on Whitefield Street, Hapton. I have lived in this address for approx 5 years and have been trying to find some old pictures of the library or any information i can. The library shut in 1982 and i have found it difficult to find any info. Please help> Sarah. xxx
red mail James Haworth
I am looking for a james Haworth that was born in hapton in 1848. He married a lady called Ellen and went on to have a number of children - Amelia, Emma, Frank, George, James, John Robert, and Polly. These children were born in a number of different area's but in 1883 onwards it seemed the family settled in Accrington. James was a labourer at an Iron Works in Accrington in the 1890's. He appears in the 1891 census but then dissapears in the 1901 census - perhaps died. If anyone can help with further clues I'd be very grateful.
red mail WHITTAKER Family
Can anyone please help with finding more family members of my father Cyril Whittaker born at Lane Ends Hapton parents Robert and Bertha nee Parkinson Thanks you Sheila
Hapton Hall
Hapton Hall was situated on the outskirts of the village of Hapton, near Hapton Castle. The Lee family are known to have lived there sometime in the 18th/19th centuries. I would appreciate any information about Hapton Hall and/or the Lee family.
red mail Polly Flynn
Looking for any information about Mary Flynn known as Polly (my great grandmother). She lived at 7 Bridgefield St Hapton until she died 11th Feb 1961.

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