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Roman Catholic research in Lancashire
« on: Sunday 28 December 08 11:39 GMT (UK) »
 :'( :'( Hi rootschatters,

I am a newbie and everytime I look at unread posts, I am always too late to help anybody, and I would like to help, so I am sad. So anyone who would like lookups in the RC baptisms, marriages and burials for St Joseph's Brindle, St Mary's Brownedge, Our Lady & St Patrick's Walton le Dale, St Bede's Clayton Green or St Mary's Leyland up to 1930 ish. I have transcribed them. Also oddments of other church's monumental inscriptions.
Just tell me.

pagr  :)

For a look up request please start a new topic in the LANCASHIRE LOOKUP REQUESTS board giving as much information as you can.
 
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Re: Roman Catholic research in Lancashire
« Reply #1 on: Friday 17 April 09 13:25 BST (UK) »
Hi
I dont suppose you've streched to Pleasington Priory have You ? I'm looking for the burial of Hugh Ackers, he died November 1908 in Blackburn. I know that he wasnt buried in the Municipal Cemeterys. he was of the Catholic faith. The Ackers family came from Brindle in the mid 1700s so anything you may have would be interesting.

Many thanks in advance

Mick

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Re: Roman Catholic research in Lancashire
« Reply #2 on: Saturday 18 April 09 17:43 BST (UK) »
 :D Hi Mick,

You are in luck, although I haven't transcribed Pleasington Priory myself, I have copied members of my family from the transcriptions done by the Blackburn Branch of the LFHHS.
Also your Hugh Ackers is, according to Family Tree Maker, my 4th cousin twice removed!
Born illegitimately to Esther Ackers on 28th July 1861, father Levi Snape, bapt. Pleasington Priory, married Margaret Collins 8th August 1892 at Pleasington Priory and died 12th November 1908 in Blackburn and buried at Pleasington Priory.
I'd love to know how Hugh is related to you, and please contact me again if you need any more 'Acker info'.
Pagr


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Re: Roman Catholic research in Lancashire
« Reply #3 on: Saturday 18 April 09 19:25 BST (UK) »
Hi Pagr

You got me all excited now. We are definitely talking about the same chap.
Hugh is my Great Grandfather,  through his son Hugh.

I'll PM you if I can find out how to do it.

Mick.

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Re: Roman Catholic research in Lancashire
« Reply #4 on: Saturday 18 April 09 20:12 BST (UK) »
Hi Mick,

Will be in touch very soon.

Glad to help
Pagr

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Re: Roman Catholic research in Lancashire
« Reply #5 on: Monday 18 May 09 12:13 BST (UK) »
Pagr,
Did you come across any Tyrer's in St Patricks, Walton-le-dale?
Perhaps any baptisms from a Peter Tyrer and Esther. Also a burial for Peter Tyrer.
If I'm really lucky there might be a burial for a Richard Tyrer, Joseph Tyrer and a Benedict Tyrer.
Many thanks if you have time.
Regards,
Matt
Shelton, Tyrer, Thomas, Hayman, Thomas, Barker, Lowe, Beershaw

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Re: Roman Catholic research in Lancashire
« Reply #6 on: Tuesday 19 May 09 09:56 BST (UK) »
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Hi Matt,

There is nothing at St Pats, but quite a few at St Mary's Brownedge and St Bede's Clayton Green.
Do you want all the details, baptisms, marriages and deaths and burials?
Could you give me a bit more info. and your email if possible as there is quite a lot to type out.
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Re: Roman Catholic research in Lancashire
« Reply #7 on: Tuesday 19 May 09 10:33 BST (UK) »
Great. Thanks. Will send you a PM.
Matt
Shelton, Tyrer, Thomas, Hayman, Thomas, Barker, Lowe, Beershaw

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Re: Roman Catholic research in Lancashire
« Reply #8 on: Tuesday 19 May 09 12:31 BST (UK) »
Hi

First time for me. Your offer looks great. I'm interested in Waterhouses living in Walton le dale. They may or may not have been RC but William (born c1821, I have census for 41, 61, ....) married Susannah Greenwood at the RC church in Brindle so presumably one of them was.

I am searching for the birth of William Waterhouse and father Richard (birth date very vague as ages on censuses vary WILDLY), but Walton le Dale definitely. I knoiw there were several Waterhouse families in the area at the time.

Hope you can be of some help

Janet

PS Not related, but I have transcripts for Wantage and also Stanbridge, Eggington, Leighton Buzzard in Beds and am very happy to do look ups