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Good morning list
My mail has been bouncing back over the last couple of days, but all
seems to be ok now
I need to know here what others think of this puzzle. After finally finding
what I am almost certain is my gt grandmothers baptism, on the IGI, it states
that she was bapt at ST PETERS CHURCH LIVERPOOL ......yet on the 1891 c she
is stated as being born in warrington, wouldnt this church have been too far
away to have got to?also assuming she was bapt there, does anyone know if it
was catholic or anglican?and wherabouts in liverpool was it situated
....hope someone can help
Does the Index cover Australian Immigration?
Eluned in Brisbane
From: Alison Crayford <ajcrayford(a)btinternet.com>
To: LANCSGEN-L(a)rootsweb.com <LANCSGEN-L(a)rootsweb.com>
Date: Sunday, 1 April 2001 2:08
Subject: [LAN] Mormon immigration index look ups offered
>Hello, I have the Mormon Immigration Index, and can do look ups if any one
>Apparently it contains information about LDS immigration voyages to the USA
for years 1840-1890.
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We have received a couple of messages enquiring whether we would like
any details thrown up during searches of the 1891 Census when the
online trial starts.
We have, of course, accepted these generous offers with almost
indecent haste and it occurred to us that there may be others of you
who would be willing to contribute from this source. If so, may we
impose upon you one further step - could you please try to remember
the Census/PRO reference, along with the more obvious items, ie, name,
name of premises, address (as fully as possible), how the occupation
is recorded and the age.
We need these details only for the head of the house or the individual
whose occupation is appropriate.
Many thanks in anticipation and good hunting!
Stan & Rob
The Pubs, Inns and Taverns Index for England, 1801-1900
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Russell & Carol
Don't know if anyone's come back to you with BALDWIN info. Free BMD gives
Daniel as born in June quarter Wigan 1853, Ref: 8c 71.
My gggrandmother was Jane BALDWIN b. 1836-37, Orrell, Wigan. She married
Peter LATHAM 15.05.1854.
Jane's parents were Daniel BALDWIN and Ellen RAINFORD married 25.02.1833.
Any connections to your tree?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Russell & Carol ORR" <shalodge(a)xtra.co.nz>
Sent: 28 March 2001 02:11
Subject: [LAN] index numbers
> Hello List,
> Can anyone help re the index numbers for the following births:
> DANIAL BALDWIN........b. 1853, Wigan, Lancashire
> MARK BALDWIN.......b. 1869, Wigan, Lancashire
> Both these people had the same parents...........John and Jane Baldwin.
> help as always greatly appreciated.
> Carol Orr/NZ
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I have GOODIERS in Manchester
>in the 1830's but where in Manchester? I know not. >
Give me some names please. I have recorded a lot of Goodier entries for
Eccles parish around Manchester area. Let me see if they turn up there./
Please can anyone help with finding the place of birth of my great grandfather EDWARD SIMPSON who was born about 1867 - he was a plate layer and e married JANE THACKER of BOSTON LINCS. Any help appreciated.
Does anyone know anything about Hartley's Pickle & Jam, possibly still in
business? The story I was just told by a newly found cousin in Brantford,
Ontario, is that the Hartley couple who started this business left it to
their two sons, one a bishop and the other an attorney. The attorney ended
up with the business and died without heirs. The Hartley relatives in
Brantford, Ontario, were supposed to return to England to claim their share
and never did and think it may have gone to The Crown. They believe the
business was in Lancashire.
Any info or relatives anyone?
Thanks Alan for letting me know about Clitheroe Library Open Day on Friday 06/04 and Saturday 07/04.
I first started researching there many years ago and found it to be very useful, and yes the staff there have always been very helpful. Anyone going to Clitheroe must visit Crabtree`s Bakers just across thr road from the Library, and sample their gingerbread, which is freshly baked each day and sold by the weight of the slab. You will not be disappointed !
And yes I am probably biased in that I went to school there and have many links with the area.
Its often only after you move away from an area that you start to appreciate its qualities !
Not much yet but you know what they say about acorns and oak trees !
Looking all across the Ribble Valley, especially Clitheroe, Waddington,
Surnames - Calverley, Coward, Croasdale, Dugdale, Fishwick, Hargreaves,
Hayhurst, Hyde, Jackson, Kitchen-Long, Mansergh, Oddie, Parkinson, Proctor,
Pye, Shaw, Tomlinson, Whittaker,
Stephen Pye - started off in Padiham, Burnley, Clitheroe - now in Leeds, West
In a message dated 3/31/01 6:36:28 PM, tonylangham(a)ozemail.com.au writes:
<< > I have been curious for some time as to the occupation given on the 1851
> census for a brother of my gt grandmother. This William CLOUGH was " a
> winder of quills "
> That's what it looks like - it could possibly be "twills" though
> Has anybody any suggestionss ? >>
What about the following which I found on google.com
Tends winding units attached to looms that automatically wind yarn onto
quills, transfer quills to loom shuttles, and strip bunch yarn from expended
quills: Positions yarn packages on machine creel and threads yarn end through
guides, tensions, and yarn carrier. Places empty quills in feed tray of
winding unit. Patrols aisles between looms to detect malfunctions, such as
jammed quills, broken yarn ends, exhausted yarn packages, and unstripped
quills in reject tray. Straightens or removes jammed quills, ties broken yarn
ends, replaces exhausted yarn packages, strips yarn from rejected quills by
hand, and places stripped quills in feed tray."
I have a friend John Prigmore living in RYE Victoria, Australia who would like to correspond with you .What is your email address.
Bruce, from the beautiful Mornington Peninsula Victoria Australia
Is there anyone out there who is researcing Barkers of Burnley.
My gr gr grandfather was Henry Barker, by gr gr gr grandmother was Elizabeth
Barker(born 1820). Henry was born around 1850. He married a Elizabeth
Healley and they had Emma (great grandmother) in 1873, Thomas 1875, Edward
1877 and William1979 (Willie).
I have not seen anyone on the list researching Barkers, and it being a quite
a common name I am surprised.
Be lovely to hear of anyone who is researching them.
Would anybody be able to tell me the church regulations concerning baptism, marriage and burial in the 19th century?
Could you go to the nearest church even if the parish boundary meant you lived in a different parish.
I wonder if anyone can tell me if there is a site that has lists of ships and passengers that sailed to CANADA during the years between 1926 to 1931.
Look forward to hearing from someone.
Thank you in advance.
Pat Starling. Berkshire. UK.
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