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Can anyone help with information on James Bryce born1881 Manchester.Also thanks to Marg for a direction on the Bryce family name.Have very little info.on the family creating difficulties with follow up.
Maureen Western Australia
My date says 4 Jan 1980 is that because N.Z.is ahead of the world in
time.Is it really inportant to have the correct year on our emails?
I am a bit scared about trying to change the date incase everything
Are you serious about batteries in the computer.
If I sound dumb,I admitt I am when it comes to computers.
Auck; New Zealand.
40 years, 1 month
by Vicki Smith
Hello Lancashire List,
I have just subscribed to this list and am researching the following names:
FORD * OKELL * FLETCHER * HODKINSON * LAWTON
I will be visiting relatives in Leigh, Lancashire in September. I can't
Have a GREAT day,
Victoria Fletcher Smith
Morton, Illinois USA
Hi David & Lois
When I checked out Grange Road cemetary in Meols, West Kirby.
I was able to establish details of the the grave of my Gt.Grandfather,
including who owned the grave, by dealing with Landican.
I have the feeling that they may be the administrative centre for the
graveyards on the Wirral.
The Telephone No for Landican is or was:-0151-677-2361
Hope this helps
----- Original Message -----
From: "David Smith" <dpsmith(a)ukgateway.net>
Sent: Saturday, November 18, 2000 11:18 AM
Subject: Re: [LAN] SMITH Family
> Hi Lois,
> As Cecilia said, Flaybrick Hill Cemetery is in Birkenhead; it is on the
> eastern slopes of Bidston Hill. In administrative terms, it would be
> regarded as being in Birkenhead North End. When I was an
I am searching for information about a ELLEN HACKING, born March 1, 1828 in
Thess Lyneer, England. (Is that Lancashire??) She died December 23, 1893
in Leigh, Lancashire, England. In 1856 she married Joseph Fletcher who was
born in 1831 in Oldham, England. He died September 8, 1887 in Leigh.
Anyone know about Thess Lyneer??
Morton, Illinois USA
> Jayne: Sorry about the death of your grandmother.
Well said about not waiting till the last. So many don't want to discuss the past
and don't show any interest or co-operation with those doing research, but by
knowing the past and what are ancestors did and have, I feel should make us
appreciate more of what we have, especially in the way of technology. Just think
of the means available today for doing research, without even leaving your home.
So many good friends and people on the mailing lists willing to help.
I can't seem to get either one of my two daughters interested. One especially.
Haven't even found anyone so far on the web researching the ECROYD name, but so
thankful for those of you who have responded with information.
> Hi Everyone,
> Just a note to let you know how grateful I am that my Dad was able to
> find out from his mother about my Harvey's last week, she died last
> night just four days after she told my Dad that she was sure her
> father was born in West Bromwich, Staffs.
> Unfortunately, I have not been able to prove this yet as her father
> was born a year after the 1881 census and so far with the help of a
> few subscribers we have not been able to find this family yet in
> Staffs. or the surrounding counties.
> My grandmother was the only one left who could help me and now she is
> gone. Please don't leave it until it is too late, my grandmother
> hated me asking her questions about our family history, she always
> told me to leave well alone and to leave my ancestors in the past
> where they belong but it hits home that just four days before her
> death she finally "remembered" where her father was born. Maybe my
> grandfather was "prodding" her. *-)
> Anyway, must go, take care
Can sks tell me what information, if any, is available regarding the
cotton industry in Preston in the early 1800's.
According to a family source my ggggf, John WATSON, b 1751/3, "a
merchant of Preston, worked the first steam cotton mill in Preston, in
partnership with his son, John, until the business failed in 1807".
Same source says John Snr died 17 Apr 1830, and that his tombstone is
in St John's Preston churchyard. Can sks also confirm this?
How do I go about tracing his Will?
Could some kind lister answer a query for me ? My grandather Charles HINTON was born at 3.50 pm on 15th October 1872. His twin Alice was born at 4.40 pm same date. I have both birth certificates and on hers n m is written before the time of birth. Could this mean that she was stillborn? I have not been able to trace a death certificate for her.
I am back on the list after computer problems being solved. The pesky thing crashed after I had posted an interest in William TRAVIS, believed born USA in 1884 but a British citizen. He married Alice Ann POOL in Rochdale in 1908. If anyone tried to contact me and I have not replied, apologies, and please resend via the list.
Have just watch the 2000 display from London on New Zealand TV.They
certainly did England proud with their display.My husband who has watch
all the coverage from around the world said it was the best by far.Just
waiting for America now.
As you can see New Zealand made it okay and best of all my computer did.
Regards from a Thundery Raining and hummid Auckland.
Hi Sylvia and all Lancs folks, where ever you may be. All went well here in
Australia for the change over. No bugs so far of note. Anset Airlines found
problem with car park boom gates before midnight and that was fixed; also a
few bus companies, Tasmania and South Australia and somewhere else found
problems with their ticketing machines, I don't think there was actually
much of a problem. Officially a very smooth change over. If any problems now
they expect it to be seen when workers return to work on 4th, but no other
major problems are forseen. Perfect sunny summers morning here for 1st
January. Hope the sun shines and the bugs don't bite, where you are.
Regards, Christine. Tasmania
----- Original Message -----
From: SYLVIA WALCH <SYLVIA(a)sylvia80.freeserve.co.uk>
Sent: 01/01/2000 3:14 AM
Subject: [LAN] 2000 - - Best Wishes
> Hi List,
> I would just like to wish a happy and healthy new year to everyone on the
> list. A special thanks and best wishes to Tom, Jayne and Dot for the work
> they put in to help us all.
> Has anyone heard of any 2k computer problems down under, is everyone all
> still on line but celebrating? Perhaps someone could give us a preview as
> what will happen at midnight hear in Lancashire.
> ALL THE BEST TO EVERYONE FOR THE NEW MILLENNIUM,
> With Kind Regards,
> ASPIN/Blackburn; WHALLEY/Blackburn;
> EMERSON/Middleton/Birch/Heywood; McALLISTER/Lancs;
> JONES/Salford, Prestwich; EDWARDS/Salford, Wrexham;
> BURGESS/Dunham MasseyMobberley; RODEN/Acton Scott, Ellesmere;
> WALCH/Halliwell; FITTON/Birtle;
> MERRICK & WILLIAMS/Aymestrey; WRIGHT/Caynham.
> BROWN & LEE Newcastle-upon-tyne..
> ==== LANCSGEN Mailing List ====
> The Lancsgen FAQ can be viewed at:
I have an area of family I know little about and have not yet got to the
point where I start seriously trying to find more but there may be
connection with your Douglas's.
My great grandfather's sister Eleanor Park (christened 1825) married in 1856
Rev Thomas Douglas (b1814), Vicar of Ireleth. He died Jan 17, 1894 and had
James who married E Lawson
Mary Maude who did not marry and lived in Manchester in 1920
Eleanor Gertrude who married ? Woodforde and who was also living in
Manchester in 1920
That's all the information I have
From: Ruth <pounsberry(a)olg.com>
To: LANCSGEN-L(a)rootsweb.com <LANCSGEN-L(a)rootsweb.com>
Date: 17 October 1999 09:56
Subject: [LAN] Douglas, In Liverpool
>Anyone searching on the Douglas Family from Liverpool, Lancashire, England
>Possibility the Scotland district. I am looking for a William H.
>John A. Mary E.,William and Ann.
>abt. 1838-1866. Any help would be appreciated.
>==== LANCSGEN Mailing List ====
> to search for UK places