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red mail Bleaked Hill Childrens' Isolation Hospital
Situated on Milnrow Road (now the Dale View estate). I would like to speak to anyone who knows anything about the hospital which opened in 1907 and closed in the 1960's. Were you a patient or an employee of the hospital. Or did you visit someone there? I am recording the story of the hospital for local history records. Thanks for your help.
red mail Lake view Hospital School
From about 1954, Mrs Alice OLDHAM was the Headmistress of the highly-acclaimed Lakeview Hospital School, Milnrow Road, Smithy Bridge. Miss Gladys HASLAM was a teacher at the school. I am researching the school's achievements and activities and would welcome help and information from relatives of the two named teachers or anyone who attended the school as a pupil. At the same time, Miss A I BOWNASS was Matron of Lakeview Hospital. I would like to hear from any relatives of Miss Bowmass who have any information about the hospital. If you were a patient of the hospital, at any time, your input would be particularly valuable. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
red mail Thomas Newton and Elizabeth Cameron
My grandfather, Thomas Newton, was born in Sedgwick, Cumbria, but moved to Littleborough about 1884. He was Steward of Littleborough Reform Club (The King's Hall) and then resident Manager of The Wheatsheaf Hotel in Littleborough Square. Thomas married Elizabeth Cameron ( a maid resident in Shore House)in 1886 at The Holy Trinity Church Littleborough. At this time the couple lived in Maden's Square, Littleborough, where their first child, Eva, was born. In 1886, Thomas and Elizabeth moved to The Wheatsheaf Hotel where their second child, Archibald, was born in 1888. Approx 1890 the family moved to Leeds where they stayed for the rest of their lives. Any information about the time Thomas and Elizabeth spent in Littlborough will be gratefully received.
red mail Highley
I'm interested in Harriet Dinah Highley (nee Ridgewell) who lived in Littleborough with her husband Herbert and died there in 1925. She was the youngest sister of my husband's Grandfather.
CAN ANYONE HELP.Do you know the whereabouts of Mavis King born(1830s)in Royton.Parents JANE ALICE BRIERLEY PERCY KING.They lived NELSON ST Littleborough Mavis married in the 1950s.Partner unknown.If anyone remembers the family? Any help, gratefully received.
red mail cockcroft
Looking for information on Lousia Ann born circa 1847 Brothers George Harry and sister Lavinia married names Greenwood and Chadwick
Revd John RUTTER
Born at Croston, Lancahire was Vicar of Littleborough 1795 - 1816 His wife's first name was Jane, does anyone have a surname ? for her Probably 6 of thier 12 children born in Littleborough
red mail Loynd
I'm looking for information about Thomas Henry Loynd and Elizabeth Meadows who married in 1907 in the Littleborough area. Elizabeth was raised on canal boats but was working as a cotton weaver at the time of her marriage.
red mail WINTERBOTTOM, Norman
Norman WINTERBOTTOM 1888 - 1915, born in Littleborough, married Edna HUDSON, born 1893. His father was Edward, born 1854 and his mother was Myra Jane (nee HARE). Seeking ancestors and descendants of Norman's family.

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