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    Default Union Workhouse Dearnley 1881

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    Thank you very much for your info. I went to the site manually, the other one didn't work, and found our people at the Workhouse. I also enjoyed reading facts regarding the town of Rochdale. Now all I need is to find out how our people came to be there.
    If you are seeking the McGah Family. Patrick (father) 80, James (grandson) 6 and Thomas (grandson) 9. Were there because Thomas (son of ) Patrick and father to the boys Killied his wife (mother to the boys) and was in prisoned in 1878 in Dartmoor Devon.

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    Welcome to the British Genealogy Forum.
    Unfortunately, the query that you are answering was posted in 2004 by someone who is no longer a member. It was kind of you to try reply, though.

    Why not take a look at our other forums, see whether anything interests you and tell us about your own research?

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