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Re: Gill's Court, Salford
« Reply #27 on: Wednesday 21 September 11 12:43 BST (UK) »
From all I have read about the area I feel pretty certain that it was a very poor part of town. Some of my family members who had lived in Hardings Buildings/Gill's Court/Gravel Lane ended their days in the workhouse and all of them died young. My particular family were Irish and I wonder if the area contained a lot of Irish families.  Certainly there were quite a few Irish names appearing on the censuses.
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Re: Gill's Court, Salford
« Reply #28 on: Thursday 23 November 17 01:40 GMT (UK) »
Hi All

As I can see this is an old post, I am very new on this forum and have just began  my journey though the ages. I have discovered that I had relatives who lived in number 3 Gills court Salford in 1834  ,  Maloney is our name. I am wondering if anyone can give me some pointers on how or where I can find some information on how life was like and a little bit on what the area was like around 1834 or even better if there's is anyone who is also tracing the Maloney tree that would be great ???
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Re: Gill's Court, Salford
« Reply #29 on: Saturday 27 January 18 09:46 GMT (UK) »
Hello Brynster84 I do apologize but I have only just seen this message (have not been using Rootschat for a while - shame on me!) I am very interested to learn about your family as Maloney is the name I am also seeking. My ancestors were William and Catherine (nee Moran) Maloney. I descend from their son Thomas. Any connection?

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AVERY, Berks, BLUNDELL, North Meols, BOND, Wilts,  BRUNDRETT, Lancs, CHORLTON, Salford, DUNKLEY, West Haddon, FOGGIN, Yorks, GRANT, Durham,  GRESTY, Salford, GRINDROD, Salford, HUMM, Bethnal Green, MALONEY, Limerick & Lancs,  MARCHANT, Worcs, McPHERSON, Kent, MELLISH, Finsbury, PERRETT, Wilts,  RAGG, Yorks, RAINSFORD, Staffs, RENSHAW, Salford, ROSS, Leicester, TIGHE/TYE, All, WELLER, Berks, WILKINSON, Wes
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