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Essex Completed Lookup Requests / 1861 Census - Maldon
« on: Tuesday 22 November 05 14:15 GMT (UK)  »
I am trying to trace 2 families that moved from Maldon to Hartlepool and then married into each other.

The first is a family of Wager's, primarily Hezekiah, born in 1841 in Tolleshunt Major (which is where they are listed in 1851). His father is Issak Wager.

The second is for Ruth Playle born in Heybridge, Maldon (listed there in 1851) around 1844. Her father is William Playle.

Any help greatly appreciated.

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Armed Forces / Re: Howarth Butterworth - manchester and South lancs
« on: Tuesday 22 November 05 13:56 GMT (UK)  »
Annie,

Thanks, I have the same medal card for the WW1 Howarth Butterworth with the same details.

Harribob

That is why it keeps puzzling me. But I wonder whether the WW1 is Howarth Jnr? Is there anyway to seperate the 2? How would I get any info on the Boer war Howarth?

Catherine,

The marriage in 1892 is Howarth Snr and the birth a year later is his son. Which is why I am now thinking that the 2 have been drawn together to produce a soldier who fought in both the wars.


Many thanks to all

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Glamorganshire Lookup Requests / Re: 1861 and 1871 lookup please
« on: Tuesday 22 November 05 13:46 GMT (UK)  »
I looked up the records I collected from Pembs Record Office. The only Richard Gullam around that time was married to a Mary Morse, he was a Mariner and they had children around 1840. I cant seem to find a baptism for Sarah however. I know it doesnt help with your initial search but I thought it might help you with the Gullam side. If any of that rings true, give me a shout as this is my wife's 'rabble' of Gullams. Ricard was born around 1823.

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Armed Forces / Howarth Butterworth - manchester and South lancs
« on: Tuesday 22 November 05 02:12 GMT (UK)  »
I have 5 medals belonging to a Howarth Butterworth (my gt-gt grandfather), but the 2 from the Boer War bear a different service number than that of the 3 for WW1. I have a copy of the WW1 medal roll. But nothing about the Boer war Howarth. He was born in 1868, is this likely to be the same person? he was a private in both wars!
In the Boer War the medals say 705 Pte H  Butterworth M/c Regt
On the WW1 medals, 3531 Pte H Butterworth S Lan Regt.

Also I am not sure one of the medals is correct as he has 2 bars on the edward medal 1901 and 1900????

Please help

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Lancashire Lookup Requests / Re: 1871 Census Lookup - Manchester...please
« on: Tuesday 22 November 05 01:28 GMT (UK)  »
His address in 1875 is 2 Cross Irk Street, Angel Meadows. His wife to be leaves on his old street 36 Old Mount Street, Angel meadows Sarah Ann Crowley). Coule he be living with her? Thanks for your help

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Lancashire Lookup Requests / Re: 1871 Census Lookup - Manchester...please
« on: Tuesday 22 November 05 01:09 GMT (UK)  »
Angi0

Thank you so much for that. I didnt put down the details for bridget as I didnt think she would be with them and it might confuse things but this is fantastic, excellent, now I can get their marriage. Just need to find that Francis henry now.

Thanks again

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Lancashire Lookup Requests / 1871 Census Lookup - Manchester...please
« on: Tuesday 22 November 05 00:47 GMT (UK)  »
I am trying to trace a family of McMahon's, in particluar the father and son. they may be living at seperate addresses by now. Henry McMahon was born Francis Henry McMahon in 1851 in Manchester and was (Ibeleive) an umbrella frame maker all his life.
His father Francis was 34 in the 1851 census and a cotton weaver born in Ireland, he was married to Mary.
Both were in the St George area of Manchester. In fact Henry married there 4 years later stating Cross Irk Street as his address.
Please help

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Glamorganshire Lookup Requests / Re: 1861 and 1871 lookup please
« on: Monday 21 November 05 23:39 GMT (UK)  »
Have you got the name and occupation of Sarah's father? I maybe be able to help in that my wife's family of Gullams/gwilliams came from St Ishmaels and it isnt that big of a place.

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Glamorganshire Lookup Requests / Re: 1861 and 1871 lookup please
« on: Monday 21 November 05 23:38 GMT (UK)  »
Have you got the name and occupation of Sarah's father? I maybe be able to help in that my wife's family of Gullams/gwilliams came from St Ishmaels and it isnt that big of a place.

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