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red mail Coal mining Lord family
I am James Lord's great granddaughter. He was a coal miner, born in Norden and he went on to manage and/or own Ashworth Colliery in the late 1800s.
red mail Taylor/Lees Family
Looking for information on Lees family have them on 1891 census living at 20 Ashworth Street ,Spotland ,Norden. Alice Ann Lees,nee Taylor wife of Edward Lees, maybe desendants still live in the area Also looking for a copy of a book The Very Outer Boundary of Civilization by Ernest Price. I believe it gives a history of Norden and its people.
red mail Hillcroft Nursery
My grandmother- Annie Caroline Lee- grew up at Hillcroft Nursery in Norden. Where was it situated? I think her father Joseph Lee was manager at time.
red mail A Brief History of Norden
A book called "The very Outer Boundry of Civilisation. By Ernest Price contains info re: families from Norden 1800s. Try Norden Post Office for details
red mail Rawstron family
Anyone knowing of a Rawstron living in the Norden area - understand that my ancestors came from these parts
red mail RUSHTON family at the Horse & Farrier
During the years 1879 to 1895 various Rushton brothers inc. Joseph, Robert and Frederick Thomas were landlords of this pub on Edenfield Road, Norden. On the 1881 census their mother Alice HOLT together with her second husband Edmund was also in the household. I am interested in anyone connected to this family.
red mail Smith - Wilkinson Families
Corn Merchants,farmers and mill/shop workers in Norden, Rochdale and Spotland.Also involved in COAL MINING in the mid 1800's. Very small scale local coal mines at Red Lumb, and Greenbooth villages near Norden.Other connected families are SCHOFIELD, SUTHURST, & BUTTERWORTH

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