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    Photo dating Crewe

    Hi, I was wondering if anybody might have any ideas on a rough date for this photograph?

    I know the couple are in Salvation Army uniforms, but looking for a general idea of the date to make an ID....
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    Many thanks for they replies, I certainly have...

    Many thanks for they replies, I certainly have some new avenues of research now.
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    Many thanks for the quick reply. My only doubt...

    Many thanks for the quick reply. My only doubt about the 1850 birth is that it would make her 9 years old when she got married? I have just done a 1851 census check on the 1850 Mary and I can confirm...
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    Mary Woodworth (born around 1849)

    I am trying to find out about the family of my 3x great grandmother. Here is what I know thus far:

    On the 23 January 1860 she married Charles Chesworth (1824-1904) in Malpas, Cheshire. Her name is...
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    Many thanks that gives me a few new avenues of...

    Many thanks that gives me a few new avenues of research.
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    Many thanks. I'm not 100% if he is my Thomas...

    Many thanks. I'm not 100% if he is my Thomas Thompson. Would a labourer have afforded to send a younger son to school?
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    James Emmett (born 1801) of Salford

    What I know:

    My 4x great grandfather was James Emmett. He was born in Liverpool on the 14 August 1801 and was christened on the 6 September 1801 in Pitt Street Chapel in Liverpool. He married Mary...
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    Thomas Thompson (born about 1836)

    My 3x great grandfather was Thomas Thompson and he has given me various brickwalls to overcome.

    Here is what I know so far:

    For sure I have found him on the 1871 census with his wife and...
  9. Thread: Ann Wyles

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    I have been looking into this for the last couple...

    I have been looking into this for the last couple of days, and John and Eleanor Wyles are looking likely parents for Ann for me at the moment.

    One other potential clue is also on Ann's marriage...
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    Many thanks for the information.

    Many thanks for the information.
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    Agricultural Labourer specialities?

    A good number of my ancestors were agricultural labourers, but my main interest is in my 2x great gramdfather Charles Jenkins (1844-1916).

    I have read a few books and seen a few website about...
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    Many thanks for the replies. Since finding out...

    Many thanks for the replies. Since finding out about his illegitimate birth I have often wondered whether he would have known about his illegitimate birth. That shall likely remain a mystery, but he...
  13. Thread: Ann Wyles

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    Many many thanks for all this useful information,...

    Many many thanks for all this useful information, I will definetly look into it all and see what I can come up with.
  14. Thread: Ann Wyles

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    Many many thanks Olliecat. Looking on the...

    Many many thanks Olliecat.

    Looking on the freeBMD the page that Eleanor Wyles marriage appears on also includes John Morgan, so this looks very interesting indeed and I will certainly dig further...
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    Thomas Wiles/Jenkins

    My great grandfathers brother was Thomas Jenkins (1865-1918). For a long time I searched in vain for a record of his birth. One major problem was inaccuracies on his census entries - he always listed...
  16. Thread: Ann Wyles

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    Many thanks Olliecat. I hadn't previously been...

    Many thanks Olliecat. I hadn't previously been aware of that particular John Wyles. However, I did wonder if Ann's father and mother had died young and Ann being put into care somewhere, hence not...
  17. Thread: Ann Wyles

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    Thanks Olliecat, I have just seen your post that...

    Thanks Olliecat, I have just seen your post that I missed while typing out my reply.

    I think this John Wyles is somehow connected. The names are interesting as they are names that were given to...
  18. Thread: Ann Wyles

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    Many thanks Raffaele for the information. The...

    Many thanks Raffaele for the information. The mention of Presteigne is interesting, as in one census return Ann gave her birthplace as being Leominster, Radnorshire.

    I very much liked the theory...
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    Ann Wyles

    This has proved to be a total brickwall for me, and I have spent many many unsuccessful hours on it. I am unable to find any record of my 2x great grandmother before 1861. She appears on the 1861...
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    Many thanks for clearing that up for me.

    Many thanks for clearing that up for me.
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    Here are the ones I have: LNWR 1889 - A...

    Here are the ones I have:

    LNWR

    1889 - A labourer at 15/.
    1892 - A saddler at 24/.
    1899 - A labourer at 6/.
    1907 - A furnace labourer at 19/.
    1919 - A Shop Clerk Offices at 42/.
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    GWR and LNWR pay rates

    Just a general question which I'm sure somebody will know the answer to.

    On the railway records on ancestry it gives pay rates. Is this a weekly pay rate? If so is it weekly for both GWR and LNWR?...
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    Many thanks for the replies. I've had a look...

    Many thanks for the replies. I've had a look through the family photos, and found these photos. I believe that the three men are in the photo (obviously when they were a lot younger)
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    Help with ages of men in early 1900s photo

    I found this photo when I was clearing out my grandparents home a view years ago. I believe that it was taken in around 1902-1905. The photographers were the Terry Brothers of Crewe. Nothing at all...
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    Sorry I meant 1901 census for carlisle not 1891

    Sorry I meant 1901 census for carlisle not 1891
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