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Cheshire / Re: Hassall Family
« on: Wednesday 11 March 15 11:28 GMT (UK)  »
Apologies I wasn't looking for information to be duplicated. I have the details of this family/families going forward from the 1820s to the present day.
What I am searching for is some connection linking Susanna Hassall b1780 with Thomas Hassall b1797 Elijah/Eli b1826 & William Hassall b1828 all in the Stalybridge/Ashton areas? A complicating factor (esp on 1841 Census) was that part of Stalybridge was Lancashire and part in Cheshire!!
Many thanks in advance and sincere apologies for any duplication.

Cheshire / Hassall Family
« on: Tuesday 10 March 15 21:19 GMT (UK)  »
Hi all
Wonder if anyone can help find a connection between a number of Hassall's who I strongly suspect were siblings? They are resident in Ashton-under-Lyne/Stalybridge/Dukinfield around 1790 onwards. The names are Thomas Hassall b1797, Susan/Susannah Hassall b~1780s, Eli/Elijah Hassall and William Hassall?
Any connections from around 1780-1800 would be most welcome.
Regards and thanks in advance

Cheshire / Re: SusanSusannah Hassall
« on: Thursday 04 December 14 16:16 GMT (UK)  »
Because a house in  Stalybridge which remained in the family until 1962 when it was demolished is listed as belonging to a Thomas & William Hassall in the Voters List 1853-4-5.

Cheshire / Re: SusanSusannah Hassall
« on: Thursday 04 December 14 14:55 GMT (UK)  »
Hi Rosie

Yes sorry I typed the marriage date incorrectly as 1835. It is the same marriage as listed in original post.
It is Susannah Hassall's parents/siblings I am looking for


Cheshire / SusanSusannah Hassall
« on: Thursday 04 December 14 13:53 GMT (UK)  »
Hello all,

Hope you are all having a good Christmas build-up? I am trying to find out about the above person.
I believe Susan/Susannah Hassall was my paternal 4x GreatGrandmother. I believe she was born in 1780/1 either in Cheshire or Lancashire. She went on to have at least 5 children illegitimiately who were all baptised at St Michaels Church, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancs between 1803-1815. In all these records SusanSusannah Hassall is listed as residing in Stayley (Stalybridge, Cheshire).
Susannah Hassall went on to marry a Joseph Wilkinson in Stalybridge in 1835. On the 1841 Census they were living in Bohemia, Stalybridge with Josephs 2 grown up sons from a previous relationship.
Susannah Wilkinson (nee Hassall) dies in Stalybridge in 1845.
I would like any help anyone can offer in finding Susannahs birth, parents and any possible siblings. If it helps I think she may have had siblings, uncles and/or cousins called Thomas Hassall and William Hassall.

Many thanks in advance. Regards


Lancashire / Re: Thomas & William Hassall, Stalybridge c1853
« on: Tuesday 11 November 14 15:32 GMT (UK)  »
Oh as a secondary piece of info in the Voters Lists for 1853-4 and 1854-5 Thomas Hassall is listed as resident at the house in Hully Street, Stalybridge but William Hassall is resident in Liverpool at this time.

Thanks again


Lancashire / Thomas & William Hassall, Stalybridge c1853
« on: Tuesday 11 November 14 15:30 GMT (UK)  »
Hi All

I am stuck banging my head against a brick wall. This is rather convoluted (as ever in family history!) but stick with it. My 3x Great-Grandfather was John Hassall b1803 Stalybridge and baptised at St Michaels Church in the neighbouring Ashton-under-Lyne to Susannah Hassall, father unknown. Between 1803 and 1815 there were 4 other baptisms at this church to Susannah Hassall of Stalybridge, all with 'fathers unknown'! My assumption has always been that this is the same Susannah Hassall and these were all siblings.

My problem/queries would be:- since there are no records of Susannah Hassall applying to the parish for money in the 'bastardy accounts' that she is likely to have either had support from ther father(s) of these children and/or from her family?

Secondly I have recently discovered records from 1853-5 in the Register of Voters Lists for Stalybridge. They list a Thomas and a William Hassall as having wholly or partly an interest in the 'property at 5 Hully Street, Stalybridge'. This property is where my Grandmother was born and lived as a child. Her own mother, Lucy Hassall (nee Lever) lived at this house until she died in 1962. So it is a fair assumption that this Thomas and William Hassall who owned the house in the 1850s were related to us. While there is a William Hassall among the illegitimate siblings of John Hassall (b1803) to Susannah Hassall, I can find no record of a Thomas Hassall in Stalybridge at that period?! Perhaps Thomas was the sone of William Hassall (b1809)?

An additional question is presumably there must have been a business in the family for them to have made enough money to have bought the house at 5 Hulley Street?

I really hope this makes sense as a series of questions as I don't have the exact details to hand and have typed this entirely from memory :S

Many thanks in advance


Lancashire / Re: Stannistreets -Warrington/Lancs areas
« on: Friday 26 September 14 11:04 BST (UK)  »
Thank you. Regards to you both, cannot wait to get started this weekend!!

Lancashire / Stannistreets -Warrington/Lancs areas
« on: Thursday 25 September 14 20:46 BST (UK)  »
Anyone know of anybody researching, or have any information about Stannistreet/Stanistreet families in the Warrington area from 1870s-1920s?

Many thanks,

Jason Tennant

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