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Lancashire / Re: Vera Doreen Clark (aka Vera Doreen Uren)
« on: Saturday 21 November 20 19:37 GMT (UK)  »
Hello
I wonder if you could find electoral rolls for Clifton Terrace, Hull to see if Leonard was registered there.

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Cheshire / Re: Marbury Hall POW camp WW2 Pregnancy ??
« on: Saturday 21 November 20 08:42 GMT (UK)  »
Hello
www.cheshirebmd.org.uk

is another good site to use

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Lancashire / Re: Vera Doreen Clark (aka Vera Doreen Uren)
« on: Friday 20 November 20 12:17 GMT (UK)  »
Hello
I have sent you the newspaper article in a message. :)

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Lancashire Lookup Requests / Re: Mossley Cemetary MI's - Mallalieu
« on: Friday 20 November 20 08:20 GMT (UK)  »
Warminster & Westbury Journal, and Wilts County Advertiser 29 April 1899

TRAGEDY AT MOSSLEY
The inquest on the bodies of Samuel Broadbent Mallalieu and his daughter Edith Mary, aged six who were found dead in their bedroom with their throats cut on Friday morning of last week was held on Saturday at Mossley. The evidence showed that the man and his young daughter were sleeping in a separate room together. As he did not get up at his usual hour his wife went to call him but she could not get into the bedroom. She called in a neighbour, who burst open the door. The child was found on the bed with its head very nearly severed from the body, while Mallalieu lay on the floor with a deep gash across his throat. A doctor who was called in stated that death must have taken place several hours previous to the discovery. Mrs Mallalieu stated that her husband had not been in good health of late and that he had appeared depressed in mind but that he had never threatened to take his own life. The jury found that Mallalieu cut the child’s throat and then his own while in a state of temporary insanity.

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Lancashire Lookup Requests / Re: Joseph Shaw
« on: Sunday 25 October 20 14:56 GMT (UK)  »
In 1891 the family are living in Pendleton, Salford. Do you know when and where Harriet died?

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Cheshire / Re: Birkenhead Butcher & his dynasty
« on: Wednesday 23 September 20 08:09 BST (UK)  »
The 1894 Kelly's Directory gives

Edgar Smith
Publication Year:1894
Address:   40 Argyle street south, Tranmere
Residence Place: Birkenhead, Lancashire, England
Occupation:Butcher

There is also a George Smith Butcher at 10 Conway Street.

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Lancashire / Re: Burials
« on: Tuesday 08 September 20 12:43 BST (UK)  »
If you go onto https://www.burialrecords.manchester.gov.uk/
you can register and buy credits to view information about the grave.
4 credits cost £12

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Lancashire Lookup Requests / Re: John & Elizabeth Wilkinson - Manchester burials
« on: Sunday 16 August 20 14:08 BST (UK)  »
All Saints Grave Yard was closed from 30th June 1860 and the next burial was 27th August. there is a note in the burials register.

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Lancashire Lookup Requests / Re: John & Elizabeth Wilkinson - Manchester burials
« on: Sunday 16 August 20 14:02 BST (UK)  »
Marriage: 24 Sep 1855 St Mary the Virgin, Eccles, Lancashire, England
Isaac Schofield - (X), of full age, Engine Driver, Bachelor, 9 Chapel St., Pendleton
Elizabeth Wilkinson - (X), minor, Spinster, Ellor St., Pendleton
Groom's Father: Isaac Schofield, Engine Driver
Bride's Father: John Wilkinson, Fly Maker
Witness: Thomas Wilkinson; Mary Boardman, (X)
Married by Banns by: R. S. Gooday

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