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    Oh dear!!! I am confusing you rather than helping...

    Oh dear!!! I am confusing you rather than helping you!

    Thomas Richards (1788-1869) was married to Anne Louisa Thomas on 7 March 1820 at Llanrian. Their son Thomas married Mary Bateman and their...
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    Hi Alan Sorry, I must have confused you. ...

    Hi Alan
    Sorry, I must have confused you.

    Story goes that Thomas William Richards was born to Mary Bateman before her marriage to Thomas Richards s/o Thomas R and Mary B. TW never lived with his...
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    John Herbert Richards and family Mathry PEM

    Hello Alan
    I think you have been in touch with a ggson of Thomas William (Richards) Bateman who ran away to sea and eventually joined the London Fire Brigade.

    I am interested in the birth...
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    John Herbert Richards and family Mathry PEM

    Hello Alan
    Thank you for replying to my very old post. Over the years I had pretty much put together the information you have posted. My Richards family connects through John Richards brother Thomas...
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    Paviors - Longdin and Worralls

    Thank you all for your suggestions:

    I have looked at the suggested newspaper extracts and will pursue that further. I had already identified Hannah Worrall as a daughter of Thomas Worrall but this...
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    Two books down, two more to go

    Thanks for your replies. Cicilysmith, you know the story.

    Emmteeyess: All of this started at least 20 years ago. My mother was the genealogist. She had been collecting info on and off but really...
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    Two books down, two more to go

    Hello

    I am a Mancunian-born Ozzy and even though I have visited England several times since emigrating with my family, I have had little opportunity to do any "hard" research in societies or...
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    Paviors in Manchester/Stockport early 1800s

    Hi
    Like lots of others, I have been working on my family for a loooonnnnngggg time. I have a family of Longdin who lived in central Manchester in the early 1800s. My branch of this family bred at...
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    Cheshire police 1865

    Hello

    I have an ancestor who was briefly part of the Cheshire Constabulary in 1865. I have his record from the Police Archives but there are two references I do not understand.

    James Garlick...
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    Merchant Taylors' Company

    I have found the websites of the Merchant Taylors' Company of London and also found information on the Merchant Taylors' of York.

    Can anyone advise me whether there was a Merchant Taylors'...
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    Hi thewideeyedowl (love the icon!) Thanks for...

    Hi thewideeyedowl
    (love the icon!)
    Thanks for replying. I have done the Long, Long Trail thing. Helped somewhat. Trouble is that, I think, in any arena where casualties and losses were heavy, there...
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    Military structure WWI - help needed

    I am trying to write up my Grandfather's history. He enlisted in 2/9th Manchesters in WWI. He fought in Salonika and in France. He was wounded in the Battle of Lys and was medivacced home in April...
  13. Thank you. The explanation for the annuitant...

    Thank you. The explanation for the annuitant problem could be the reason for the late marriage. I must really use bucket and spade on the military service idea. If their first child was born in 1835...
  14. Chapel vs Cathedral marriage 1848 Manchester

    I have been searching for my 3xgreat grandparents' marriage for some years. Thanks to a substantial amount of help from various net sources, I have been pointed to a marriage at Manchester Cathedral...
  15. Thanks Christanel In 1871 James Garlick (my...

    Thanks Christanel

    In 1871 James Garlick (my gggrandfather) and his wife Helena (Jones) are living in Earl Street in Ardwick, Manchester with Mary (5, b Stockport), John William (8mths, b...
  16. David Moses Lewis b 1865, Bodfari, Flintshire

    Looking for the family of David Moses Lewis b Dec Q 1865 in Bodfari.

    1871 Census for Bodfari has a Moses Lewis living with David and Elizabeth Lewis at Poenticfrynon. David was born 1811 at...
  17. Thanks Nicolina. I did find this family. However...

    Thanks Nicolina. I did find this family. However the Samuel who belongs to this family was born on 10 Oct 1830 in Marple and married Emma Otton Burton in the Sep Q 1862. He can be found in 1871 in...
  18. Manchester Guardian - John Taylor (1752-1817)

    Thanks Wendy.

    I had already seen that and many other bits and pieces from Manchester history pages. There is a record of John Taylor (1719-1796) with a wife Mary or Ann. They had James (b...
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    Thomas Taylor & Son, 60 King St Manchester

    I found this entry in a 1815 directory of Manchester.

    My gggrandfather was Thomas Taylor (b 1802) who was a master tailor and draper operating first from King St and then from John Dalton St in...
  20. Manchester Guardian - John Taylor (1752-1817)

    My great grandfather was a Taylor from Manchester. His father and two of his uncles worked on the Manchester Guardian as printer/compositors and later editors during the mid to late 1800s.

    After...
  21. Samuel Ardam/Ardern b 1832 Wilmslow, Cheshire

    My current brickwall is Samuel Ardam or Ardern. He can be found as Samuel Ardam in the 1881 Census for Chorlton upon Medlock in Lancashire where he is listed in Upton Street as a grocer. He has his...
  22. Kelly I believe you are correct. I have quite a...

    Kelly I believe you are correct. I have quite a lot on this family.

    Thomas Taylor who married Sarah Earl was a Master Tailor and Draper. I believe he was born in Manchester although the 1841...
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    As usual, you guys are amazing. Thank you for...

    As usual, you guys are amazing. Thank you for your efforts on my behalf. Everything you have turned up logically fits. I am most grateful.

    Richard Edward Gibbs emigrated to Kaeo, Northland, New...
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    Richard Edward Gibbs b 1841 Isle of Wight

    Hi there

    I am trying to track my grandson's "other" family.

    I am interested in finding the parents of Richard Edward Gibbs who was born in Newport, Isle of Wight in the September Q of 1840. It...
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    As usual, I think that solves my problem. Thanks...

    As usual, I think that solves my problem. Thanks Olliecat, that was brilliant. I am pretty sure the Harriet Garlick death in 1847 is the one I am looking for. That completes my family for Samuel...
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