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red mail Wright/Harrison
I am interested in any information regarding Thomas Wright and his family. Thomas apparently worked for the Harrison ship-owning family. Following the death of James Harrison in 1891 we believe he went to work for Frederick Harrison of Maer Hall. We have no record of Thomas after the 1891 census at which time he was in Wallasey but in 1901 his widow was postmistress at Maer where she lived with her children, William John, Isabella, Frank and Fred. Isabella was a postal clerk at the time and she too disappears after 1901. Any information on them or the Harrisons of Maer Hall would be of interest.
red mail Harriet Dobson
My Gt.Gt. Grandmother was born Maer12-2-1834, died 16-2-1906 she married David clarke, shoemaker, born 6-4-1834 died 21-12-1910.They had 7 children. Her father was Thomas and mother Margaret Dobson. Would like to know if Thomas was born in Mucclestone in 1806 and any info on Margaret. Thanks.
red mail Wilcox Family of Maer
Hi Looking Henry and Elizabeth Wilcox, they were originally from Maer but moved to Clayton Staffs around 1840s, their children were Ann, Henry, George, Elizabeth Eliza William & Joseph
William Bailey
Looking for ancestors of William Bailey born c1788 in Maer. He was a joiner/cabinet maker and married Ann Hancock in Norton-in-the-Moors in 1811.
red mail Aston in Maer
The Astons were here from as early as the mid 1500s until late in the 19thC. Any information at all would be very gratefully received. I have a skeleton which needs fleshing out!!
red mail Salt ancestors
My G.G.Grandfather was Richard Salt born 1798(son of Josiah Salt b.1762),and wife Martha Berrington,who had a son, also named Richard (born 1830) married Mary Hinds at Manchester in 1858. They had a son William, my grandfather,(born 1881) at Aston Staffs. The earlier Salts included Josiah b.1721 at Audley,and died at Muccleston in 1801. His father was Richard who died at Muccleston in 1743 and whose wife was Alice Taylor.

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