Show Posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.


Messages - jonw65

Pages: [1] 2 3 4 ... 907
1
The Highams are still in Altrincham in 1881.
William is now recorded as Higham.
William Higham Son 20 Whitesmith, born Manchester
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:Q272-DWC6

2
Possible marriage?
4 March 1866, Manchester St John
James Higham
+
Mary Ann Cooke, 29, Spinster, father William Cooke, Baker
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HY-6GPP-RD

1871 in Altrincham, Cheshire
Piece 3682 folio 11 page 16
James Higham Head 25 Coachman
Mary A Higham Wife 35, born Shropshire (Ellesmere??)
William Cook Son 11 Lancashire ?
Henry Higham Son 4
Walter Higham Son 3
Mary E Higham Daur 9 months

3
My money's still on William Isaac Edge born Chorlton RD (which would be right for Gorton) in 1860. Mmn Cook per GRO. More research required...

Possible
1861, Chorlton upon Medlock
piece 2881 folio 19 page 31
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:M78V-S5J

John Knight Head 42 Manager Railway Contractor, born Yorkshire
Martha Knight Wife 27 Shropshire Ellsmere (Ellesmere)
Louisa Knight Daur 3 Manchester
Edward Knight Son 1 Ashton under Lyne
Mary A Edge Visitor Married 29 Shropshire Ellsmere
William Edge Visitor 10 mo Manchester

Birth
KNIGHT, LOUISA       
Mother's Maiden Surname: COOK 
GRO Reference: 1857  D Quarter in CHORLTON  Volume 08C  Page 573

Marriage, 26 Oct 1856, Manchester St George
John Knight, Bachelor, Contractor
+
Martha Cooke, Spinster, father William Cooke, Confectioner
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HT-61X3-C96

4
Another will!
William Bean of Jevington, farmer.
Proved at Lewes, 1 Aug 1751
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HY-68YT-1M

Eldest son John Bean
Grandchildren Ann, Mary, Arabella, and Barbara Bean (children of said son John Bean)

He has daughter Mary Allen
And daughter Barbara Playsted
Barbara Playsted has children Henry, William, and Elizabeth

Another son Thomas Bean (executor)

Other stuff relating to this will on The Keep.
It's dated 26 Dec 1750, so the Ann Bean who was buried in Rottingdean in 1747/8 must be someone else.
And the William Playsted mentioned may be the executor of John Bean's will.

5
London and Middlesex / Re: Robert Gwillim/Gilham 1846-1921 Islington
« on: Thursday 21 October 21 22:04 BST (UK)  »
Convert the link to www.ancestrylibraryedition.co.uk + the rest!

Also an exam re a Joseph Gwilliam (their spelling) in the same book, 26 June 1866 (image 54)
Says he is 54 (is that right?), of 5 Elliotts Place
Is ill

Info from sister in law Ellen Gwilliam, 20, of 33 Elliotts Place
Which is one of the addresses listed for Robert in his exam!

William Way said that Robert's father Joseph died 5 or 6 years ago, was a dustman
Esther died 2 years ago.

6
London and Middlesex / Re: Robert Gwillim/Gilham 1846-1921 Islington
« on: Thursday 21 October 21 21:34 BST (UK)  »
Rough settlement exam in Islington, 7 Aug 1866, of a Robert Gwilliam, 21
Labourer, No home
From Fever Hospital
Believes he was born in Wards Place, Greenmans Lane.
Son of Joseph Gwilliam, and Esther, his wife, formerly Esther Way, both deceased.

More info from his maternal uncle, William Way
https://www.ancestry.co.uk/imageviewer/collections/1557/images/32966_605905_1896-00130

7
Sussex / Re: Maiden Name for Ann BEAN of Rottingdean and Martha BEAN
« on: Thursday 21 October 21 20:08 BST (UK)  »
There is also an Ann Bean baptized at Friston, 8 July 1735, to John and Ann.

And apparently an earlier Mary Bean to parents with the same names, 24 Feb 1727. Which complicates things. Info from FamilySearch (no images)

Ann Bean buried at Rottingdean, 22 Jan 1747/8. No other info :(

8
London & Middlesex Lookup Requests / Re: Sophia Rogers
« on: Thursday 21 October 21 19:40 BST (UK)  »
Hi
Religious creed registers were introduced in 1869. They recorded the religion of the inmates when they were admitted to the workhouse. Date of discharge is also given
More often than not they were arranged by first letter of surname (but not always!), thus they can be easier to search than the A+D registers. Other information might be recorded, so in some places the creed registers can be as, or more, useful than the A+D records. Especially if they are all that survive!
That register is for the workhouse in Renfrew Road.

Perhaps that address might be where Sophia was working as a servant? It's a shame though if there is no entry for 1891.

9
Sussex / Re: Maiden Name for Ann BEAN of Rottingdean and Martha BEAN
« on: Thursday 21 October 21 17:36 BST (UK)  »
Will of John Bean of Rottingdean, yeoman
Proved 20 May 1775
https://www.thekeep.info/collections/getrecord/GB179_PBT_1_1_63_304

Image here
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HY-D189-FWW

Wife Martha Bean
Son in law Thomas Newington of Rottingdean
Daughter Mary, wife of Stephen Marten of Rottingdean
Nephew William Playsted of Jevington is Executor.

Pages: [1] 2 3 4 ... 907