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Re: 1810 & 1820 Catholic Censuses of Preston
« Reply #27 on: Sunday 03 August 08 08:23 BST (UK) »
Hi BillyC

I'm afraid there are no Cummins (g) or Kennys in te 1820 Catholic Census

I did though, find a sibling for William & Peter on Lancashire BMD

Jane Cummins born Jun Qtr 1845 Preston, Mothers Maiden Name Kenney.

We couldn't find the family in the 1851 National census either  ??? ???

Kind regards

Simon
Nash, Whittingham - Wolverhampton<br />Nash, Whittingham, Pardoe, Cartwright - Worcs<br />Osbaldeston, Kay, Wyles, - Preston, Lancs<br />Dippnall, Poulton, Burton, Dawes - Manchester/Salford<br />McPoland, Tildesley, Iveson, Fox - Lancashire North Of The Sands
Wild, - Claughton, Lancashire
Kay, - Longridge, Chipping, Ribchester

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Re: 1810 & 1820 Catholic Censuses of Preston
« Reply #28 on: Sunday 03 August 08 13:54 BST (UK) »
Thank you for trying.  We are thrilled to get any information.
Do you have any suggestions for us..........on were to go from this point.
Bill

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Re: 1810 & 1820 Catholic Censuses of Preston
« Reply #29 on: Sunday 03 August 08 20:01 BST (UK) »
Thank you for trying.  We are thrilled to get any information.
Do you have any suggestions for us..........on were to go from this point.
Bill

Hi BillyC

Did you get my Personal Message  ???

Do you know what year the family travelled to the USA  ??? ???

regards

Simon
Nash, Whittingham - Wolverhampton<br />Nash, Whittingham, Pardoe, Cartwright - Worcs<br />Osbaldeston, Kay, Wyles, - Preston, Lancs<br />Dippnall, Poulton, Burton, Dawes - Manchester/Salford<br />McPoland, Tildesley, Iveson, Fox - Lancashire North Of The Sands
Wild, - Claughton, Lancashire
Kay, - Longridge, Chipping, Ribchester


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Re: 1810 & 1820 Catholic Censuses of Preston
« Reply #30 on: Sunday 03 August 08 21:08 BST (UK) »
Simon,
Thank you very much.  I did get your message and sent you are reply.  I guess forums are new to me and I am not doing something correctly.

I will answer again.  William's father was Peter Cummins spelled without the g.  Again Peter's name was spelled with a g.  Who knows!
Margaret Kenny's father was William.
William came from 44 Bow Lane and Margaret from 4 Bedford St.
When they married they lived on 11 Bedford ST.
We have never heard of Jane, but intend to find out if she is a missing sister. 
William, born 1846, came to the USA in 1867 or 1868.  He settled in Philadelphia, Pa and a was a machinists.  Not sure of the date or ship.  It may be the City of Baltimore.
Peter, his brother, came to the USA in 1868 on the City of Boston.  He  settled with his brother in Philadelphia, Pa. I am  certain of this one.
They lived together for a time, married had 13 kids between them and the rest is history.
 I do appreciate all you do.
Bill

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Re: 1810 & 1820 Catholic Censuses of Preston
« Reply #31 on: Sunday 10 August 08 09:26 BST (UK) »
Hiya Simon,

Can i ask if you can see any Johnsons please, they lived around the Garstang area i think.

Much Appreciated

Jacky  :)

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Re: 1810 & 1820 Catholic Censuses of Preston
« Reply #32 on: Wednesday 13 August 08 07:10 BST (UK) »
Hi Simon,

When you have a moment, could you please check to see if you can find the following.

Jane Ainscow born Feb 1822 (parents possibly Joseph and Jane).  Ainscow could be spelled various ways, Ainscough, Ainsco, etc.

Also, said Joseph Ainscough/Ainscow and his wife, Jane Allsworth.

Edmond Barton and Ellen Barton (nee Dickinson) (they married in 1809 and had had 4 children by 1820.

Thanks heaps.

Debbie
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Re: 1810 & 1820 Catholic Censuses of Preston
« Reply #33 on: Sunday 17 August 08 11:07 BST (UK) »
Hi, this is my first post so hope I am doing this correctly!
If you have time could you see if you have any HAYDOCK names in the Catholic lists.  They are proving to be a quite elusive lot.....

Many thanks 

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Re: 1810 & 1820 Catholic Censuses of Preston
« Reply #34 on: Tuesday 19 August 08 19:48 BST (UK) »
Hi
This is my 1st time on here!

If you wouldn't mind could you have a look for any of these family names:
Riley (Richard & MArgaret & numerous chldren?)
Salmon (Willikam & Mary Agnes?)
Thompson (William & Ann, with son Edward Robert Todd)
Wilkinson ( I know of a George Aloysius married to a Mary Theresa)

If that's possible thank you very much
KatyJo :)

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Re: 1810 & 1820 Catholic Censuses of Preston
« Reply #35 on: Saturday 27 September 08 22:20 BST (UK) »
HI, Could I ask if you wouldn't mind having a look for a JOHN DENNIS. He was born around 1804 in Preston according to the census. I have not been able to find a baptism but never thought to look at other religions.
Any help much appreciated.