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Offline Janet B

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Re: St. Michael on Wyre 1728-1827
« Reply #9 on: Tuesday 11 March 08 22:55 GMT (UK) »
 :) Hi Phil

A personal message would be great as I doubt that it would be of interest to many other people.

How interesting that the name Anthony Billington appears as a sponsor in your line as from memory - I don't have the folder to hand -  Keith [husband] has an  Anthony in his tree.

Being so far from England and Catholic records being a tad scarce on the internet the research for this line hads not been easy.

Once a gain thank you so much for your help.
cheers
Janet  :D
King, Tinkler & Fountain- Cambridge/Hunts area
Fitzgerald Maxwell - Cavan Ireland
Ridley - Northumberland
Cragg Metcalfe Chapelhow Dent - Westmorland
Kellet, Wrigley,Tattersall, Thornber, Billington, Bolton, Hornby, Walmsely, Edmundson - Lancashire
Smith, Calver Powley- Norfolk

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Re: St. Michael on Wyre 1728-1827
« Reply #10 on: Friday 23 May 08 09:25 BST (UK) »
Hi Phil,
Having just found information regarding my family in this area, I would appreciate you looking for any Holton people. The one I'm trying for is a Richard Wenlock HOLTON, he married a Frances FARRAND. He later dies in 1805.
Many thanks again,
Stella :)
HOLTON - Middlesex
MASKELL - London & Essex
WENLOCK - All
CHANDLER - Surrey
ECCLESTON - Lancashire & London
MOORE - Kent
GOREHAM - All
HUDSON - Surrey
FARRAND

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Re: St. Michael on Wyre 1728-1827
« Reply #11 on: Friday 23 May 08 11:55 BST (UK) »
Stella,
I searched the St. Michael on Wyre and Copp Chapel registers 1707-1837 for the name Holton/Halton (and any other variation I could think of) but the search was unsuccessful, as the name did not appear in any of the records.  Were they C of E or were they Catholic?  If they were Catholic I can search my Lancashire Catholic data for you if you like.  Best of luck.

Phil
Catholic families of the Amounderness region of Lancashire, England:  Tomlinson, Bamber, Gillow, et. al.
Dunn, Dempsey, McCabe from the Clonaslee area of Laois, Ireland.
Nolan, Kelly from Tipperarry, Ireland.


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Re: St. Michael on Wyre 1728-1827
« Reply #12 on: Friday 23 May 08 16:25 BST (UK) »
Hi Phil,
Many thanks for checking for me. As to them being C of E I'm pretty sure :-\
however, if you would'nt mind checking the other records, I'd appreciate that heaps! You never know, this family has eluded me for ages now!
Thanks again,
Stella
HOLTON - Middlesex
MASKELL - London & Essex
WENLOCK - All
CHANDLER - Surrey
ECCLESTON - Lancashire & London
MOORE - Kent
GOREHAM - All
HUDSON - Surrey
FARRAND

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Re: St. Michael on Wyre 1728-1827
« Reply #13 on: Sunday 01 June 08 15:05 BST (UK) »
Hi Phil

I would appreciate a lookup please.

I am looking for the parents and siblings of James Bamber and Ann Waring. They were married St Michaels on Wyre 18/5/1835 (IGI).

According to censuses Ann was born Upper Rawcliffe around 1813.
James was born Cabus around 1813. I can find no baptism details for either on IGI.

I am not sure if Cabus comes under the St Michaels area, but I believe Upper Rawcliffe does. I would appreciate any information you might have.

Regards,
Liza



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Re: St. Michael on Wyre 1728-1827
« Reply #14 on: Monday 16 June 08 05:45 BST (UK) »
Hello Phil

I wondered if you could look up the Cornall Family. I have them in St Michael on Wyre, Woodplumpton,Elswick etc. I am trying to sort out ALL the Rowlands, Robert, James, Johns, Elizabeths - they seem to use the same names repeatedly!!!

A fairly broad request, I know but I'm hoping you can manage somenthing.

Many thanks
CJW
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Gibson, McKenzie & Elliot,- Northumberland & Montrose
Smith, Sutherland,McKay- Watten Caithness
 Gorie, Dishon, Allan, Smith, Tait & Clouston - Orkney
Downie and McDonald Allen & Adam- Ross & Lanark
Buchanan, McFarlane - Stirling & Dumbarton
Cornall, Thompson, Hoole,Gillow,Catterall -Lancashire

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Re: St. Michael on Wyre 1728-1827
« Reply #15 on: Friday 20 June 08 19:16 BST (UK) »
If you are still doing look ups please could you see if there are any Threlfall's or Bickerstaff(e)'s on your data.
Thank you for your time.
best wishes
Margaret
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Threlfall, Riley. Thornton. Whittaker, Laycock, Green, Webster, Wilkinson,Astin, Stephenson, Houlker