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Another difficult Macclesfield ancestor
« on: Sunday 20 March 05 13:33 GMT (UK) »
Please can you help me!

I have never been able to go back any further with Margaret Worth nee HALL.
On her marriage cert to William Worth of Oct 1858 she was 23 and of Macc.
Fathers name Charles HALL a labourer witnesses Elizabeth Hall (sister?) and James Hargreaves.

On the 1861 she is 24 a silk spinner and born Manchester.Living at 14 Copper Street, Macc.
By 1871 she is 33 a silk danter and born Hazle(stet) Grove.Now in Parsonage Street.
On the 1881 she is 44 and born London,Sunny (side?) at 171 Black Road.
In 1891 still at Black Road now 46 and born NK......seems to have lost the plot by now!
In 1901 still at 171 Black Road but now 70 and born Macc.

So my question is where was she born and who is she???
Not sure whether to believe the earlier censuses as to age and place of birth.

Can someone find an Elizabeth and Margaret Hall with dad Charles in 1851 or 41?
I've left these Worth's to one side for ages,but really must sort 'em out one day ::)

Thanks ,


Carol :-*
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Re: Another difficult Macclesfield ancestor
« Reply #1 on: Sunday 20 March 05 13:47 GMT (UK) »
Carol
this is all I came up with BVRI
Richard Hall b 1819
Elizabeth Hall b 11/3/1821 at Stockport
father Charles Hall
mother Sarah

hope this helps

audrey

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Re: Another difficult Macclesfield ancestor
« Reply #2 on: Sunday 20 March 05 13:50 GMT (UK) »
Thanks Audrey,but I think these may not be the correct family.
Margaret would have been born around 1835,so to have a brother b 1819 and a sister 1821,might perhaps be a bit old........but then who knows. ;D

I'll keep them in mind and await further input and suggestions. ;)

All the best

Carol
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Re: Another difficult Macclesfield ancestor
« Reply #3 on: Tuesday 22 March 05 15:22 GMT (UK) »
Hi Carol
            This is the only one I could find in Macclesfield where the names/ages match, the place of birth however doesn't though, mind you it never will  ???  :) This is the only family with a Margaret, the only family with a Charles as head and the only one with an Elizabeth as well as those.

1851 HO107-2161-F 94 St. Georges Street Sutton Macc

Charles Hall head 54 ag/lab Sandbach
Ellen Hall      wife  53               ~
John Hall      son  18 shoe maker Nantwich
Margaret Hall daug 15 silk piecer Stafford Staffordshire
Caroline    ~     ~    13  ~      ~      ~            ~
Elizabeth  ~     ~     12 ~       ~     Congleton
Hannah     ~    ~     10 scholar         ~

good luck

peterbennett
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Re: Another difficult Macclesfield ancestor
« Reply #4 on: Tuesday 22 March 05 20:54 GMT (UK) »
Mmmmm mulling this one over Peter- thanks very much.Sounds good but a bit more research needed I think- to see if dau Margaret vanishes in 1858.
Knowing my luck - the whole flipping family'll disappear  ;D

What on earth were they doing in Stafford(day trip to buy some china perhaps!)
I'll have to see what happened to Caroline too won't I?

Thanks,I'll be back  ;)

Carol
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Re: Another difficult Macclesfield ancestor
« Reply #5 on: Wednesday 23 March 05 10:18 GMT (UK) »
Hi Carol
            I will have a hunt around to see if I can find anything, but there are them many Halls in Macc its not going to be easy putting things together.

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Re: Another difficult Macclesfield ancestor
« Reply #6 on: Wednesday 23 March 05 10:24 GMT (UK) »
Thanks Peter.

Yeah far too common a name,but then so is Worth, in Macc  ;D

My mum talks a lot about Stanley Hall( not a bloke - but the dance place  ;))

Mind you he could have been a chap too- this was war time y'know !!!!


Carol
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« Reply #7 on: Thursday 03 November 05 16:29 GMT (UK) »
With grateful thanks (as always  :-*) to Peter- this family is now found.

Carol
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Re: Another difficult Macclesfield ancestor
« Reply #8 on: Thursday 22 March 12 14:57 GMT (UK) »
Hi, I live at 171 Black Road, Macclesfield. I remember seeing all the deeds etc when I moved in, I will dig them out and have a look if there is anything on them.