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It is a huge mystery :-D i know William Henry sister Sarah Ann Seprina Malcolm died as a child of fever and was buried at Rusholme road cemetery (no longer there) so that is a dead end (pardon the pun). William Henry`s brother George Frederick has been a well documented chap and everything is good with him, William H son George was on the 1871 census as George Malcolm (Readett) stepson. I just can find any more on William and William Henry they seem to appear for a while then vanish :-/ Thank you great wise owls of Rootschat.com for helping me. My brother and i have been ripping out our hair with these two :-D 

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It has been a nightmare with these Malcolms :-/ the paper trail is messed up Also with William Malcoms son William Henry, he married a Sarah Hankinson in Manchester in 1860 but then she married another man called James Reddett in 1871 but then the William Henry trail also goes cold, i don't know where he went or when he died.

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Hi i am descended from William by the following route : My mother Maureen> James Edward Malcolm  Malcolm 1916-1969 > Albert Malcolm 1890-1975> George Henry Malcolm 1862-1896> William Henry Malcolm 1837 (baptized at 3 but no death records found)> William Malcolm 1801? (according to William Henry, George Frederick and Sarah Ann baptism records Mother Seprina Malcolm and other records Seprina -)

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Here is a picture of the 1851 Census my brother found if it is a help BR Charlie

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I have a bit of a update, From 1837-1843 i found William Malcolm as the Manchester rate book holder for 49 Hardman street. 1844-1853 his "wife" Seprina takes the book over. where did he go in 1843? as no deaths reported back then at that time , Thanx for help BR Charlie

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Brilliant Thank you :-D

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Hello great genealogy wise people :-) I wrote a similar request a few months ago about my 6th gt grandfather William Malcolm born abt 1801. I had some good replies and gave me some help however I was new on this site and details may have been a bit vague so i try again :-D

I am looking for any details of William Malcolm according to the 1841 census he lived with his wife Seprina Malcolm (born Seprina Taylor 1800 in Halkyn, Flintshire, Wales.) Right of Hardman Street, Manchester. Seprina was married to a John Oldfield (from Wales) in 1822 that died in Manchester 1833. and from that marriage was children: John, Richard, Henry, William Oldfield. William Malcolm and Seprina had also children together : Frederick (possible george frederick he borderd at his brothers william henry`s future wifes family home in 1861), Sarah, and William Henry Malcolm bn 1835. Seprina was a domestic servant and William was a coachman.

There are records of that Seprina living at the same address untill death in 1859. She was buried under the name of Seprina Oldfield and not Malcolm.
According to the 1841 census it appears the Census taker made little "sloppy and lazy" mistakes that made this search difficult and details sketchy. E.G the census taker wrote Leprina not Seprina and wrote that Seprina and William aswell as the Oldfield children was born in Ireland (we have evidence that the Oldfields were Welsh apart from Willam his birth blace at this moment unknown).

Well i Searched for a William Malcolm 1801 and I can not seem to find his birth, a wedding certificate to seprina also i dont know where is he really from. He seems to apear from nowhere.... what happend to him? where did he go? why Seprina was burried under the name of Oldfield?

Also i noticed on the march 30th 1851 census William lived with his son william henry Malcolm at 1 Austin court Manchester. 

Any help would be appreiciate and thank you for your time. BR Charlie   

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Hi, this is what i have from Ancestry: est birth year:abt 1834, Relation: son, Fathers Name: William Malcolm, Gender: Male, Where born: Manchester Lancashire England, Civil parish: Manchester, Ecclesiastical parish: st John, Phillimore ecclesiastical parish: 4855, Town: Manchester, County: Lancashire, District: Manchester, Sub-District: Deansgate, ED: 01d, Household schedule n0: 126, piece 2227, Folio 100, page n0: 30   

Do you have a reference for the census records? I am having trouble seeing any Malcolm living in Manchester in 1851.

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Hi the grave number i have is 6300 for william BR Charlie

Possible burial for Sarah in Rusholme ??
Grave 1722 - do you know the grave number of William ??

Burial: 19 Feb 1843 Rusholme Rd Cemetery, Chorlton-on-Medlock, Lancashire, England
 Sarah A. Malcolm -
     Age: 6yrs
     Abode: Manchester
     Grave: 1722
     Cause of Death: Fever
     Buried by: H H Jones
     Register: Burials 1835 - 1845, Entry 36322
     Source: Private Transcription

no record of William burial in 1852 on that site

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