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Offline jennyM

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Re: Roman Catholic research in Lancashire
« Reply #18 on: Tuesday 14 July 09 13:00 BST (UK) »
Hi there
This is a long shot but do you have St Johns Old Haymarket Liverpool, 29 April 1823 Hugh Brannan to Mary Jane Gudgeon.
Fingers crossed.
Many thanks
Jenny
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Re: Roman Catholic research in Lancashire
« Reply #19 on: Thursday 16 July 09 10:12 BST (UK) »
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Hi Jenny,

The Catholic lookups I offered on Roots Chat are just for Lancashire in the Walton le Dale, Brindle, Bamber Bridge, Clayton area.
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Re: Roman Catholic research in Lancashire
« Reply #20 on: Thursday 16 July 09 16:19 BST (UK) »
Hi pasliwigr,
Ok thanks for your response. It was worth a long shot.
Best wishes
Jenny
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Re: Roman Catholic research in Lancashire
« Reply #21 on: Monday 20 July 09 13:20 BST (UK) »
I am looking for the Noon family from Bolton Lancs.
William Noon, dob 15 April 1865, died Toronto Canada 15 May 1924, his wife, Mary Esther Latham, dob 15 April 1865, died Toronto Canada 27 December 1946, and finally his father Michael Noon (no other information) and his mother Bridgid or Bridget Oliphant (no other information).  This is where the trail ends and I am trying to trace the family to the next generation.
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Blake

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Re: Roman Catholic research in Lancashire
« Reply #22 on: Monday 20 July 09 13:43 BST (UK) »
Sorry, missed some important information on the Noon family look-up
William Noon and Mary Esther Latham were married at St. Patrick's church in Bolton Lancs on 27 November 1881
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Re: Roman Catholic research in Lancashire
« Reply #23 on: Tuesday 21 July 09 02:05 BST (UK) »
I have some new information about the Noon family from Bolton Lancs.  Bridget Oliphant is not the correct name of Michael 's wife, it is Bridget Elwood.  This information comes from across the continent from Vancouver, British Columbia.   Hope this helps in your search for Michael Noon and Bridget Elwood as a married couple from Bolton.
Where did they come from?
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Re: Roman Catholic research in Lancashire
« Reply #24 on: Monday 10 August 09 17:00 BST (UK) »
Brindle is quite interesting for religion.  Church used to be St Helens (now St James) - site goes back 800 years to Uhtred!, obviously catholic until reformation but still half catholics afterwards in parish.  I'm researching the workhouse and it was originally confiscated from catholic family Gerrards as used as a mass house - evidence of others as well.
Assume you're aware of Lancashire Irish branch of Lancs Historical Society - they have their own room with lots of resources in Clayton le Moors.

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Re: Roman Catholic research in Lancashire
« Reply #25 on: Wednesday 26 August 09 01:50 BST (UK) »
I'm new at this,so bear with me.  I need help looking up my ancestors. John Wright married Mary Ann Williams around 1846 in Manchester in a Catholic service, Maybe a St. Mary's Church, but not sure .  John's parents were Frazer Wright and Mary Ann Roach, which I'm still not sure of their situation.  Frazer was born in Scotland and married Mary Ann Roach OF England around the 1820's? But, the only Frazer people here have helped me locate married a Mary Ann Critchley.  Not our Frazer, probably. Mary Ann Williams parents were John and Mary Ann. So, what do you think?  Thanks, Bob, (Ribcage)
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Re: Roman Catholic research in Lancashire
« Reply #26 on: Thursday 27 August 09 06:44 BST (UK) »
Hi Pagr
I hope I'm in luck here.

I don't know the Lancashire area so when you say Our Ladys would that be Eldon Street Liverpool?

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