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Lancashire Lookup Requests / Re: Arthur Acton - Manchester - death of a police officer?
« on: Wednesday 11 August 21 11:07 BST (UK)  »
Records for Calderstones Hospital

Records can be found at:

  Lancashire Record Office

Record type
Date range

1891 - 2000

1891 - 1989

1907 - 1974

1969 - 1971

   Admission & Discharge
1915 - 1980

1917 - 1920

1920 - 1990

1912 - 2000

2000 - 2000

Clinical & Patients
1915 - 1990

I also found this about the hospital

Family History Beginners Board / Re: HELP FINDING THE CORRECT ANCESTOR
« on: Monday 09 August 21 12:00 BST (UK)  »
Did your Edward have a wife and daughter called Julia? Was Edward a currier later leather merchant?

Albert Edward Lincoln died 1909 in Egremont which was in Birkenhead Reg District. He was buried in Camberwell Old Cemetery, father appears to be John and administration of his estate was granted to John Lincoln. He appears to be in Camberwell in 1901 and birthplace given as Walworth. I donít think heís the one your looking for.

Just a thought I wonder if he served in the Boer Wars ?

The Stay Safe Board / Re: Diary, week ending 31st July
« on: Monday 02 August 21 10:38 BST (UK)  »
Yesterday was the first time the children at my church were seen since March 2020. I take the children and yesterday they took the service which was based around the story of David and Goliath and trust and the need to practise. I was so proud of them. The eldest two aged almost 7 and almost 8 controlled the service and did all the readings. The other 4 aged 3, 3, nearly 6 and 41/2 all took part. The baby brother of one child slept through the service! Two teenagers have come back to help and were wonderful I donít know how I managed before.

I was able to sing in the choir again which I enjoyed. Iíd taught the children to sign the chorus of ďGive me joy in my HeartĒ and the congregation joined in with great gusto. I was shattered last night as Iíd not had much sleep on Saturday night or the nights before, at 2am I was making David a catapult and thinking of my short address to the congregation.

Iíve actually began thinking about my family history again. Iíve not been able to settle to it all despite having been stuck in for months and months as one of the ďextremely vulnerableĒ. Iím slowly getting back in the mood but itís very slow!

PS most of the congregation were wearing masks, everyone was socially distanced except for the children. I didnít wear a mask to allow for anyone to lipread me and because I was moving about from lectern, to choir to next to the children my glasses steam up and I canít see! Normally with the children all the grown ups wear masks but not the children. The children did get a clap from the congregation.

Lancashire / Re: Baptism 1723 - Occupation of father?
« on: Sunday 01 August 21 09:38 BST (UK)  »
The 1713 marriage was by licence. The licence is available to view on FindMyPast, you need to look under the category of Cheshire Marriage Licences and allegations.

Lancashire / Re: Lloyd or Peet
« on: Tuesday 20 July 21 09:58 BST (UK)  »
Deleted misinformation

Lancashire / Re: Lloyd or Peet
« on: Tuesday 20 July 21 09:42 BST (UK)  »
You might find these free sites useful, the first one you have already been given but I wanted to add the info about where to look  look under North Meols and Southport

Also the free search on the GRO website

Brown Edge was just a few houses just over the Southport border in Scarisbrick, I suspect they would be living on one of the properties actually on Southport Road as the alternative Turning Lane appears to be named on the 1911 Census forms. I live in Birkdale so next time I go that way Iíll take a look. I might even have a nose round Churchtown when it cools down a bit!

For the moment I have no idea where Blown Out Lane is! I did wonder if it could be Blowick Lane.

Lancashire / Re: Lloyd or Peet
« on: Monday 19 July 21 21:26 BST (UK)  »
In 1901 they are in Churchgate Peets Lane Churchtown Southport.

The Stay Safe Board / Re: Diary > Summary - Week ending 25th July 2021
« on: Monday 19 July 21 11:01 BST (UK)  »
I hope youíll feel better soon Roobarb.

I shall continue wearing a mask indoors or crowded outdoor situations (not that I go anywhere particularly crowded!) as Iíve done when I was allowed out after long bouts of shielding. I see many shops are asking people to continue to wear masks. I canít see our so called ďfreedomĒ lasting long.

Iím at the hospital this afternoon Iím expecting them to still be insisting on masks being worn. Iíll be wearing mine. I was going to walk there but as itís so hot I might drive to the garden centre nearby and walk from there!

Candleflame I hope your husband gets an emergency dental appointment and gets sorted out quickly, toothache is horrible.

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