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Offline millymcb

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Re: harrop
« Reply #9 on: Monday 03 March 08 21:34 GMT (UK) »
Hi -

I think that James from that list
James 5 mar 1790 parents robert and Martha

is brother to my Martha Harrop - daughter of Robert and Martha.   

I still have not definitely proved it all - I need to check the original records - but it looks very likely.  So if anyone else is researching that line do please get in touch

Milly
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McBride (Monaghan, Manchester), Derbyshire (Bollington,Cheshire), Knight (Newcastle,Staffs), Smith (Chorley, Lancs & Ireland), Tipladay (Manchester & Yorkshire) ,Steadman (Madeley,Shropshire), Steele (Manchester,Glasgow), Parkinson (Wigan, Lancashire), Lovatt, Cornes & Turner (Staffs) Stott (Oldham, Lancs). All ended up Ardwick, Manchester
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Re: harrop
« Reply #10 on: Tuesday 04 March 08 02:38 GMT (UK) »
this is the record
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Re: harrop
« Reply #11 on: Tuesday 04 March 08 02:59 GMT (UK) »
 ;D a harrop hatter going to new york nov 16 1907
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Re: harrop
« Reply #12 on: Wednesday 05 March 08 00:37 GMT (UK) »
Thanks ;D
McBride (Monaghan, Manchester), Derbyshire (Bollington,Cheshire), Knight (Newcastle,Staffs), Smith (Chorley, Lancs & Ireland), Tipladay (Manchester & Yorkshire) ,Steadman (Madeley,Shropshire), Steele (Manchester,Glasgow), Parkinson (Wigan, Lancashire), Lovatt, Cornes & Turner (Staffs) Stott (Oldham, Lancs). All ended up Ardwick, Manchester
Census info is Crown Copyright http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk

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Re: harrop
« Reply #13 on: Thursday 06 March 08 20:11 GMT (UK) »
:P wheres mottram exactly  ::)
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Re: harrop
« Reply #14 on: Friday 07 March 08 18:13 GMT (UK) »
As there were 2 Mottrams in Cheshire, 1 near Macclesfield - Mottram St Andrew the other rt up in the top NEast corner, Mottram-in-Longdendale, the latter is the one I'm involved with.
Unfortunately it is now in the Tameside area of Greater Manchester but still on the border with Derbyshire.  Although only a village it has been an important one.
Just a side piece of information - there is a 'hill' (more the end of a ridge) called Harrop Edge ;D ;D
There is reference to Adam de Harup in the 1360 M/S about the lands of the Lords of Longdendale - I'm going to the SOG on the 15th so will get the full quotation from the book.
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Re: harrop
« Reply #15 on: Sunday 20 April 08 04:25 BST (UK) »
:D Thanks I wonder what will be the earliest we will find a Harrop
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Re: harrop
« Reply #16 on: Monday 21 April 08 03:14 BST (UK) »
From: elanki on: Yesterday at 21:59:34
 
I am doing research into the Harrop family: This is what I have and wondering if anyone out there may have them in their family tree;Wm Harrop  married to Alice located in 1841  & 1851 census for Oldham Lancashire children Ambrose b.May 7 1822, Lucy b.1826, Wm b.1827, Ann b.1828, Ben b. 1831, Alice b.1835. of these children
Ambrose m. Sarah Lucy Buckley Dec 1842 in St Chad Rochdale:
Their chichildren: Joseph Wm b.1845; George Thomas b.Feb 22 1847; James Henry b.1849; Martha b.1851; Ambrose b.1854 died infant; Alice b.1856; Hannah b.1858;Ambrose b.1860;Lucy Ann b.1863. Most of the children born around Saddleworth , Oldham Ashton Under Lyne . Ambrose the father is lasted as master of Hey Chapel School in 1855.
of their children two left England George Thomas b. 1847 landed in New Brunswick, married and settled here. Martha married a Robert Dewhurst and settled in MA USA. Joseph married a Sarah, James married a Janee;

Apparently the Oldham Chronicle newspaper for 1923 has a rather lengthy article on Oldham and there is mention of my Ambrose with some personal data.. so far I have not been able to obtain the article.

So if any one can help with my Harrop from Saddleworth would greatly appreciate it.. thank you..
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Re: harrop
« Reply #17 on: Saturday 26 April 08 05:22 BST (UK) »
did you know...that there is/was  a Harrup/Harrop village in Yate Yorkshire ? oh and by the way the Harrops in Prestbury have had their lists updated with a lot of new names being found in the family labs and vital records ;D
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