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Re: Fishwick family problems
« Reply #9 on: Wednesday 15 November 17 18:25 GMT (UK) »
 ;) Good try, but?

The Martha Fishwick on the 1861 marries a Frederick Hewitt 23rd February 1884 Manchester, St Michael address 2, Lydia Street Father John occ Time Keeper
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Re: Fishwick family problems
« Reply #10 on: Wednesday 15 November 17 18:38 GMT (UK) »
;) Good try, but?

The Martha Fishwick on the 1861 marries a Frederick Hewitt 23rd February 1884 Manchester, St Michael address 2, Lydia Street Father John occ Time Keeper
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I posted 1881 census and the Martha on that was a baby. ( Thought her name may have been an error for Mary. Clutching at straws in fishpond.)
Did they go abroad to learn more about picture framing perhaps?
Did he change his occupation at all during his life?
He should have been on electoral register in 1880s- 1892 somewhere, probably.

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Re: Fishwick family problems
« Reply #11 on: Wednesday 15 November 17 19:21 GMT (UK) »
Thanks for the latest ideas. I don't have time to check them out today, but I'll look tomorrow.

Jane
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Re: Fishwick family problems
« Reply #12 on: Wednesday 15 November 17 19:30 GMT (UK) »
;) Good try, but?

The Martha Fishwick on the 1861 marries a Frederick Hewitt 23rd February 1884 Manchester, St Michael address 2, Lydia Street Father John occ Time Keeper
Keyboard86
???
I posted 1881 census and the Martha on that was a baby. ( Thought her name may have been an error for Mary. Clutching at straws in fishpond.)
Did they go abroad to learn more about picture framing perhaps?
Did he change his occupation at all during his life?
He should have been on electoral register in 1880s- 1892 somewhere, probably.

Hi, Martha Fish on 1881 has mmn Regan, their is a marriage William Fish to on same page Elizabeth Regan 1875 Manchester

When Frederick Hewitt married Martha Fishwick he was a Widower, family at Groom Street, Manchester in 1891
Census ref RG12/3245/43/16
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Re: Fishwick family problems
« Reply #13 on: Wednesday 15 November 17 20:44 GMT (UK) »
Hi their is a Martha Fishwick aged 24 Single/Pauper occ Winder in Cotton Mill b Manchester in Manchester Workhouse, Crumpsall in 1881 census
Census ref RG11/4027/19/34
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Re: Fishwick family problems
« Reply #14 on: Wednesday 15 November 17 21:07 GMT (UK) »
Hi again, something I recall re John A and Spear Street gives this family as boarders pob NK

John FISKIRKE 57
Mary 49
William 18
Martha 14
Residing at 5, Spear Street, Manchester in 1871 census
Census ref RG10/4046/34/25

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Re: Fishwick family problems
« Reply #15 on: Thursday 16 November 17 08:47 GMT (UK) »
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Did they go abroad to learn more about picture framing perhaps?
Did he change his occupation at all during his life?

William Fishwick gave his occupation as picture frame maker in 1874 when he married Mary Ellen Disley, and it was the same in the burial register and the marriages of his two daughters.

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Re: Fishwick family problems
« Reply #16 on: Thursday 16 November 17 09:37 GMT (UK) »
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John FISKIRKE 57
Mary 49
William 18
Martha 14
Residing at 5, Spear Street, Manchester in 1871 census
Census ref RG10/4046/34/25

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I think this could well be William with his parents and younger sister. The entries all seem like guesswork on the part of the householder, so no birthplaces or occupations for confirmation (or otherwise).

Thanks keyboard86 - I think you may have solved the missing 1871 entry. Also I think you're correct that Martha was in the workhouse in 1881.

Now I really would like to find William, wife and children in 1881 and 1891 ........ anyone?

Jane
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Re: Fishwick family problems
« Reply #17 on: Thursday 16 November 17 10:40 GMT (UK) »
Well found keyboard  :)

Jane,
You said on your first post that you thought John & Mary had died in the 1870's - do you have any death entries backing this up or was it just because you could not find them in 1881.

Rosie
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