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Lancashire Lookup Requests / Re: Parkinson - Blackburn - 1861 & 71
« on: Sunday 09 January 05 10:26 GMT (UK)  »
The birthplaces I have for the Parkinsons are all Blackburn, except for Thomas who I believe was born in either Blackburn or Birkenhead (conflicting infor in the IGI, 1881 census and 191 census).

William (b.1811) was a "cotton manufacturer" in 1860 and in 1870. He lived in a substantial house in Paradise St. Blackburn in 1870 so presume he was mill owner or something similar, and not just a cotton "worker".

William (b.1852) was living at 2, Grimshaw Park, Blackbrn in 1881 - with auntie Mary Holden.

I cannot find Richard (b1844) in either 1881 or 1901 so presume he must have died.

Could you let me have the details ofthe Harrison family where you found Amelia (?). Maybe I could confirm correct Amelia or not.

Thanks for your help

Lancashire Lookup Requests / Re: Parkinson - Blackburn - 1861 & 71
« on: Saturday 08 January 05 10:59 GMT (UK)  »
Dates of birth added to assist searching

Lancashire Lookup Requests / Parkinson - Blackburn - 1861 & 71
« on: Friday 07 January 05 17:39 GMT (UK)  »
Parkinson family, father William b1811, mother Margaret b1822, children Richard b1844, Mary b1846, Elizabeth b1848, William b1852, Margaret b1854, Alice b1858, Emily b1860, living at 14 Paradise Street, Blackburn in 1870. Mother Margaret living at 61, Edmundson St., Blackburn in 1881. 1861 and 71 census data please.

Lancashire / Woods family - Blackburn
« on: Friday 07 January 05 12:35 GMT (UK)  »
Does anybody have any info on a Woods family who married into the McNulty family around the start of 20th century. The wife's maiden name was Catherine McNulty (born c.1884). They has a son named Bernard who died (aged approx 25) in the 2nd World War, reputedly in the D-Day landings. Also had another son - name not known. The couple lived in Ashworth Street, Blackburn in the 1920's.

Ian McNulty

Lancashire / Re: Kays of Hothersall, Ribchester, and area - photos to share
« on: Friday 07 January 05 12:28 GMT (UK)  »
Hi, I don't have any specific information at the moment relating to your family, other than I have a direct ancestor, John Johnson, who lived with his family in Dilworth (now part of Longridge as you probably already know) in 1871 - actual address in Mersey Street. So if you come across the name in your investigations please give me a shout.

Ian McNulty

One Name Studies: H to M / Re: mchugh/mccue
« on: Tuesday 04 January 05 07:15 GMT (UK)  »
I have a James McCue, b.1845, strongly suspect in Ireland and maybe related to Cassidy and/or McNulty families - see 1881 census RG10 4173, folio 64

Please revert if you have any info to share!

Ian McNulty

Lancashire Lookup Requests / 1871 & 1871 look-up - Salford - Pendleton
« on: Monday 03 January 05 19:15 GMT (UK)  »
Emily Ellen (born Emmeline Eleanor) b.17th March 1857 in Pendleton, address 2, Newton Street. Father James Lindsay, mother Susan Lindsay. 1861 and 1871 census data please?

Ian McNulty

Lancashire / Crawford - Manchester & Blackburn
« on: Sunday 02 January 05 19:00 GMT (UK)  »
Anybody kow anything about Crawford family who were in Manchester to Blackburn around 1880 - 1900. Susan Crawford was born c.1884 in Lower Broughton (Manchester) and married James McNulty in c.1907 in Blackburn. Had a brother called James (born in Blackburn in 1891).

Susan's mother was Emily E., born in Pendleton c.1856

Lancashire Lookup Requests / Cassidy & McNulty - Liverpool - 1861
« on: Sunday 02 January 05 08:08 GMT (UK)  »
Can anybody look-up 1861 census for Liverpool - James Cassidy, born in Ireland in c.1825, wife Cathrine (b.1828), kids Francis, Bridget, Mary. James was a shoemaker.

Also John McNulty, born in Ireland in c.1853.

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