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Re: Fishwick family problems
« Reply #27 on: Friday 17 November 17 17:13 GMT (UK) »
Well, I think I've found Edward Disley's wife Hannah in 1861, but not his daughter Mary Ellen. I think Hannah is living with in Aston, Birmingham as the wife of William Cornick. The eldest child with them, Edward Cornick, seems to be Edward Disley, but the births of the three younger ones were registered as Cornick (or variants), mmn Lloyd, the first as early as 1855.
 
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RG09/2173/38/28

William & Hannah were married in Birmingham in 1866, with Hannah Disley calling herself a widow (definitely the lady who married Edward Disley, as her father is Thomas Lloyd in each case - a button maker in one, button presser in the other).

So Mary Ellen Disley (born 1853) is somewhere else - at school, with grandparents?

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Re: Fishwick family problems
« Reply #28 on: Friday 17 November 17 17:54 GMT (UK) »
Hi again, looks like Hannah has remarried by 1871 census, Aston to a Joseph  Williams, CORNOCK children with them.
Census ref RG10/3138/5/3

Once again Hannah waited a while to marry Joseph Williams:-

Joseph Williams to on same page Hannah Cornock March qrr 1890 Aston 6d 378

It was Joseph Williams Single aged 40 Father Joseph Williams to Hannah CORNACK 50 Widow Father Thomas Lloyd
8th February 1890 Christchurch Sparksbrook
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EDIT Where and for what reason were Edward Disley b 1851 in 1851 and Mary Ellen Disley b 1853 in 1861 and in fact until marriage to William Fishwick?
Still would like to know who the Mary Ellen Fishwick was who married Bernard Healy, I know he was possibly a Widower?

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Re: Fishwick family problems
« Reply #29 on: Friday 17 November 17 23:38 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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Mention of Prestwich reminds me. Did you check out Prestwich Asylum? There was a W H H, picture framer, born 1850s,  among approx. 2000 inmates.

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Re: Fishwick family problems
« Reply #30 on: Saturday 18 November 17 11:33 GMT (UK) »
Hi, My colleague has just unearthed a copy of William George Fishwick's death certificate. He died on 17 February 1898 at Manchester Workhouse, described as "picture framer of 66 Pump Street". Does the address help at all?

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Re: Fishwick family problems
« Reply #31 on: Saturday 18 November 17 11:50 GMT (UK) »
William George Fishwick is buried in Philips park cemetery.
Buried on 22nd Feb 1898, abode: Poorhouse, Cheetham.
Age: 42.
Occupation: Picture frame maker.
Buried in Church of England section.
Grave NO: M-286
Grave type: Communal.

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Re: Fishwick family problems
« Reply #32 on: Saturday 18 November 17 12:07 GMT (UK) »
Thanks Mary, but that's the info I posted in #4 when I thought we didn't have the death cert. I think the only potential extra clue in the death cert is the 66 Pump Street address.

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