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red mail Harding Family
Seeking information on Rebecca Harding who married George Blood 7th November 1840 at Astbury Church, they had about five children all born in Mow Cop. At the time of their marriage they were minors, Rebecca was 16 and George was 19. Their first child was baptised in February 1841. No mention of a father for Rebecca on the marriage certificate.
red mail Wakefield family at Brieryhurst Farm
My 2 x gt grandad Benjamin Wakefield ws born at Brieryhurst Farm, Mow Cop in 1800. The family had been in this part of Staffs as far back as 1680s, poss earlier. Earlier Wakefields included Benjamin (my 4 x gt gdad) who married Elizabeth HAMMERSLEY in 1780, Joseph and Hannah Wakefield (5 x gt gprts) and Nathan Wakefield and Mary GOODFELLOW (6 x gt grprnts) Benjamin my 2 x gt gdad married Hannah HILL in Aston Birmingham in 1823. He was an engineer and worked on Dr Church's steam coach (1833) which ran between London and B'ham at the amazing speed of 14mph!! I have traced nearly all of the family but still trying to find descendants of Benj's son John who started a Lamp Manufacturing business in 1880 which was still going in the 1960s. Would love to hear from anyone researching this family and happy to share what I have found to date. Penny
red mail Stanway/Dale Wedding
My grandparents Jacob Stanway & Ethel Mary Dale married at St. Thomas, Mow Cop 15.10.1908. My mother Lucy was their eldest child. I have a very poor copy of a large family group taken after the marriage probably at Grindlestone Edge House, The Rookery. Does anybody know of the photos whereabouts? Possibly a cousin with the family name Shemilt may have had it. Regards David
Mow Cop Staffordshire
James Bailey b 3 Sept 1848 Dales Green Mow Cop Shopkeeper, married Mary Hulme.
red mail Jones family -Mow Cop
I have traced my Great Great Grandparents, Thomas Jones who married Sarah Hughes, 1851 at St. Thomas Church, Mow Cop and wondered if anyone has any info if they lived in Welsh Row
red mail Sumner /Taylor
Ellis Sumner married Sarah Taylor 1897 ,lived around Mow Cop area and The Bank. Lived Bank Farm, Birch Tree Farm. Parents of Ellis, Peter Sumner and Eliza Bloor(e).Anyone else looking for the same imformation? All info gratefully received
red mail Welsh Row
My great grandfather Richard Jones and his wife Sarah Williams came to the area from Flintshire in the mid. 1800s. They married at Newchapel Church and went to live in Williamsons Row( Welsh Row)cottages occupied by miners. I am interested to hear from anyone who may be connected to this family. I know the cottages have been demolished.
red mail Looking for Blood family
My Great Grandfather George Minshull, married Rachel Blood. They had a number of children but Rachel died at the early age of about 27. Her parents were from Mow Cop and most of her family were stonemasons or quarrymen. I have details of a Will Trust belonging to George Blood( The Elder) who was Rachels Grandfather and would be interested to hear from anyone who may be connected to this family.
red mail Wheat - Mow Cop
I'm trying to find more information on my great grandmother Ada Wheat who may have been born in Mow Cop in 1888. She later moved to Canada to marry my great grandfather Thomas Dawson. Her father was an F. Wheat.
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Looking For Hammonds.
Gt Grandad Thomas Hammond,lived Long Row, with wife Minnie.Thomas b 1865.Minnie Hammond nee Lovatt,born Chesterton, Thomas father Timothy mother Hannah,Timothy b 1817,had another son George still living at home with mum Hannah into his 40s. Timothy and Hannah either worked or owned the stone quarry at Mow Cop,the Stone was used for grave stones etc at a place in Biddulph.Any relatives past or present please get in touch,
Mow Cop Stafordshire
I am researching the Bailey/Hulme family who had the ash in in mow cop

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