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Waddicor - Darwen Lancashire
« on: Wednesday 29 December 04 19:52 GMT (UK) »
Info required on Waddicor family originating in Darwen. Especially Catherine Waddicor (b.1803), Nancy Waddicor (b.1822). Nancy married into Entwistle family, also from Darwen.
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Re: Waddicor - Darwen Lancashire
« Reply #1 on: Thursday 30 December 04 22:37 GMT (UK) »
Hi McNulty,

What a great name Waddicor, what do you already know about the family ? Have you found them in the Census returns yet or maybe you have some addresses for us to work with  :)

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Re: Waddicor - Darwen Lancashire
« Reply #2 on: Friday 31 December 04 10:01 GMT (UK) »
Hi,

I'm originally from Darwen and although I don't know much about the Waddicors I do know that there were LOTS of them in the 19th Century. I don't envy you trying to sort them out...but it's probably a little easier than me trying to sort out the FISH family! Look on the bright side: it's not ENTWISTLE you're looking for...now THAT would be difficult.

Anyway, have a look at

http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/print.cgi?waddicor::4.html

[nb. the above is all one long address]
which might point you in the right direction, especially the two addresses on that page.

I'm happy to do some Census lookups for you, but only if you have addresses.

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Glenn
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Re: Waddicor - Darwen Lancashire
« Reply #3 on: Friday 31 December 04 10:45 GMT (UK) »
 :) :) :)

Hi McNulty

This is not actually concerning your Waddicor ancestors - but I have McNulty's from Irerland who settled in Wigan and later Darwen.

Take a peek at my website - there might be a connection

www.annieg.fsnet.co.uk

Cheers

 :) :) :)
BUCKLEY, Ches. & Lancs, DUNN, Ireland & Lancs. EDGSON, Rutland, Leics & Lancs. LYON, Lancs. McNULTY, Ireland & Lancs. MORRIS, Beds, Hunts & Lancs. SWARBRICK, Lancs. TURNER, Lancs. WILLIAMSON, Lancs.

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Re: Waddicor - Darwen Lancashire
« Reply #4 on: Friday 31 December 04 13:33 GMT (UK) »
Hi Glenn and Sarah - have you 1861 census data for Catherine Lomax (nee Waddicor), born c.1802, living in 67 Bury Street, Darwen in 1851 (census). Also her husband, Jeffrey Lomax, b.1780. I have census data for 1841 & 1851.

Glenn - a William FISH was a witness to the marriage of the above in 1832 in St.Peters, Bolton-le-Moor.

As for Entwistles, I have loads of them as Catherine's 1st daughter (before she married Jefferey) married a Richard Entwistle in 1846. I have obtained vast majority of my Entwistle information via the Entwistle Family History Association (www.entwistlefamily.org.uk)
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McNulty, Cassidy, Entwistle, Robinson, Johnson, Caunce, Crawford, Lindsay, Webster, Anderton

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Re: Waddicor - Darwen Lancashire
« Reply #5 on: Monday 18 April 05 22:05 BST (UK) »
Hi Ian,

This is not a website that I look at very often so apologies for the long time between your question and this response.

I have checked 67 Bury St in the 1861 Census and your LOMAXes are not living there. I have also checked quite a few folios in both directions and they are not in neighbouring streets either. Life's like that sometimes...

I have ENTWISTLE connexions myself......but I'm sure you'll understand if I say that half the world's population has probably got them too!


Cheers,

Glenn (Taylor)
Bristol & ex-Darwen