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Looking for any information about the parents of Edward Baxter born abt 1775 in Standish .Edward married Alice hodkinson abt 1800 , any information would be great, thanks
red mail Shaw - blacksmiths of Langtree
Looking for any and all references to the Shaw family who seem to have been blacksmiths of Langtree in 17th & 18th century - especially if their names are Alexander Shaw, Thomas Shaw or John Shaw. Name often spelt Shawe during this period, and Shagh, even earlier.
William Parkinson & Elizabeth Howard
William Parkinson born 1707 in Eng, married Elizabeth Howard born 1723 in Eng, they had Charles Parkinson and probably more children 12 mar 1744/45 in Standish, Lancashire, England and Charles married Jane Ingram 05 Jul 1780 in Wigan and died 01 Jul 1832 in Wigan
red mail grt x 2 grandfather
looking for ancestors originally born in this area,but moved to toxteth area of liverpool in,late 1800's grt grandfather was called david he had a brother john and sisters alice and elizabeth,idon't know if his father also known as david moved to liverpool with him
red mail History of Kilhey Court, Standish
Hello, my great grandfather Richard Turner was apparently a gardener at Kilhey Court around 1915. Does anyone know whom might hold any records and how I might substantiate this?
seeking info of my great grandparents Nancy Pilkington and John?Ambrose did they get wed ,or have anymore children after my granddad ,he was born cica 1866
red mail Online Parish Clerk - Standish
For information about the parish and its genealogical resources contact the Online Parish Clerk for Standish

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