Many thanks for your email about the Jackson families of Oldham, I do so
hope that somehow we are connected it would make it all the better knowing
there is someone else out there.
I will get back to you in due course..
Steve Wright in Nottingham England
----- Original Message -----
From: "Cathy Jackson" <Cathy.Jackson(a)ic24.net>
Sent: Sunday, January 30, 2005 11:41 PM
Subject: Re: [LAN] Two Jackson familys in Oldham.
Very interested in your JACKSON family of Waterhead Mill. I have the
marriage certificate of James William JACKSON, (of age !!!) Farmer, 27th
January 1851. Address Waterhead Mill, Father - James JACKSON, Weaver.
He married Eliza WINTERBOTTOM (also of age, aaagh!!!) of Mill Bottom.
Joseph WINTERBOTTOM, Weaver, at the Parish Church, Oldham.
Their son, Charles, born 22 March 1853 is my Gt Gt Grandfather.
Never heard of a place called Crolley, perhaps some other lister has???
I am stuck at this point and would also dearly love to connect to anyone
else and get further back.
Esther Ann Jackson, born 18th August 1843 at Waterhead Mill Oldham, she
the Daughter of James Jackson and Esther Jackson, nee Garforth.
Esther Ann was living with her family at a place called Crolley.
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