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Re: Fishwick family problems
« Reply #18 on: Thursday 16 November 17 10:46 GMT (UK) »
Possibles from GRO index

FISHWICK, MARY       age 49     
1873  March Quarter - MANCHESTER RD  Volume 08D  Page 271

FISHWICK, JOHN       age 62     
1875  June  Quarter - MANCHESTER RD Volume 08D  Page 186   
 
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Re: Fishwick family problems
« Reply #19 on: Thursday 16 November 17 12:05 GMT (UK) »
Yes Rosie, those are the deaths I'm looking at, although I don't have certs. I've found the burial for John Fishwick at Philips Park Cemetery, 62, a labourer, of 42 Leigh Street, Ancoats (?? - definitely begins with A). In the earlier censuses John was a Time Keeper at a cotton factory, but I suppose he may have turned to labouring later.

I can't see a burial for Mary, but the death you mention is the only likely looking one I've spotted.

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Re: Fishwick family problems
« Reply #20 on: Thursday 16 November 17 14:18 GMT (UK) »
Hi still looking for William George b 1852 and family, but just tidying up the family of John Austin Fishwick in the hope it could lead somewhere:-

John Austin Fishwick died March qtr 1885 Manchester 8d 145 aged 34
Mary Ann Fishwick died March qtr 1882 Manchester 8d 140 aged 31

Possibly daughter Elizabeth Fishwick aged 11 shown as Orphan in Catholic Sisters Home
Census ref RG12/3268/51/9
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« Reply #21 on: Thursday 16 November 17 15:08 GMT (UK) »
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John Austin Fishwick died March qtr 1885 Manchester 8d 145 aged 34
Mary Ann Fishwick died March qtr 1882 Manchester 8d 140 aged 31

I'm wondering whether it might be worth getting John's death cert, in the hope that another family member (preferably brother William) was the informant. Or am I clutching at straws?

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« Reply #22 on: Thursday 16 November 17 19:59 GMT (UK) »
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What address does the 1892 death certificate give
Don't have the death cert, but the burial register at Philips Park Cemetery says he was from the Poorhouse, Cheetham. The age there, and on the death registration is 42, which is low, but the occupation of Picture Frame Maker tallies with the information given by his daughters when they married.

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Hi again, just checking, is this the same William Fishwick:-

Death William Fishwick March qtr 1892 Prestwich 8d 263 aged 39 not 42?

Also have you located Mary Ellen Disley prior to marriage and her death, the two children Eliza Ann b 1875 and Mary Ellen b 1878 have mmn Disley
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« Reply #23 on: Thursday 16 November 17 21:41 GMT (UK) »
Hi again, as I could not find a reasonable death for Mary Ellen Fishwick, I located a possible remarriage for her to a Bernard Healy June qtr 1898 Salford 8d 245, they moved to Toxteth Park in Liverpool, Bernard 56 b Liverpool Mary ( Ellen) 45 b Manchester
Census ref RG13/3426/149/35
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Re: Fishwick family problems
« Reply #24 on: Friday 17 November 17 09:21 GMT (UK) »
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just checking, is this the same William Fishwick:-

Death William Fishwick March qtr 1892 Prestwich 8d 263 aged 39 not 42?

Very sorry, that's alerted me to a typo in my first post - the year should be 1898 (Q1 1898 Prestwich)


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Also have you located Mary Ellen Disley prior to marriage and her death

No, I haven't found her at all. According to the marriage cert her father was Edward Disley, a fishmonger. I've found his marriage to Hannah Lloyd at Manchester Cathedral in 1849, and the birth of Mary Ellen Disley mmn Lloyd in Salford Q1 1853.

I have found Edward (born Manchester) and Hannah (born Birmingham) together in 1851, with no sign of their son Edward who was born on 22nd March according to the baptism entry (13th April). I haven't found the family in either 1861 or 1871.

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Re: Fishwick family problems
« Reply #25 on: Friday 17 November 17 13:37 GMT (UK) »
Hi re the Disley family after 1851, in 1861 an E D 33 married occ Fish Dealer b Manchester is a Prisoner in Wakefield, Yorkshire
Census ref RG09/3423/67/6

Found him again I think aged 51 b Stretford as a boarder/Fishmonger
Census ref RG11/4004/89/10
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« Reply #26 on: Friday 17 November 17 16:13 GMT (UK) »
Well found, Keyboard86, E D in 1861 must be him: I've found Edward Disley being sentenced to 4 years imprisonment at the Manchester Quarter Sessions in August 1860.

You're right with the 1881, too, I should think - married, but not with his wife.

I'm off to look for his wife and child(ren) in 1861.

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