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Rowbotham, b1826, Newton
« on: Monday 16 May 05 13:47 BST (UK) »
William Rowbotham born about 1826 Newton,
wife Nanny born about 1825 Newton They had two sons Joseph and William. All appear on 1861 census living in Chapel Row, Newton RG9/2992 folio 10
I am looking for the birth of William Rowbotham and Nanny (Whitehead) Rowbotham.   Note the census had the last name spelled ROWBOTTOM. I do know that the marriage was about 1847 in St Marys Newton
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Re: Rowbotham, b1826, Newton
« Reply #1 on: Monday 16 May 05 13:59 BST (UK) »
Cheshire BMD

William Sidebotham m Nanny Whitehead

1847 St. Mary Stockport

Cert.No. Stockport ST16/5/366

Apply to Stockport Register Office
Town Hall
Stockport
Cheshire
SK1 3XE

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Re: Rowbotham, b1826, Newton
« Reply #2 on: Monday 16 May 05 14:14 BST (UK) »
I just called up the site Cheshire BMD and I found what you cited but the name was Robotham not Sidebotham.  Am I looking in a different place than you.
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Re: Rowbotham, b1826, Newton
« Reply #3 on: Monday 16 May 05 21:11 BST (UK) »
 ;D ;D ;D ;D

Sorry Oldfield .... having a senior moment there  :D

It is definitely Rowbotham.  Where on earth I got Sidebotham from is anybody's guess.

Hope it is the right one any way ?

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Bates Hindley Lancs
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Hollingworth Hale Barnes/Mobberley Ches
Jones Salford/Altrincham
Ramsdale Hindley Lancs
Timperley Warburton/Dunham Massey
Yarwood Great Budworth,Lymm,Dumham Massey

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Re: Rowbotham, b1826, Newton
« Reply #4 on: Saturday 28 May 16 07:40 BST (UK) »
Hello Hope this helps!  William Rowbotham was born about 1826 in Newton, Hyde, Cheshire, Eng.  He died in July 1901 in Stockport, Cheshire, Eng.  He married Nanny Whitehead, (daughter of William Whitehead and Mary Whitehead) on 17 of Jan. 1846 in St. Mary's Stockport, Cheshire, Eng.   Nanny was born in 1826 in Newton, Hyde, Cheshire, Eng.  She died in July 1868 in Ashton Under Lyne, Lancashire, Eng.  William's father was Joseph Rowbotham, born on 29 of June 1795 in Gee Cross, Cheshire, Eng.  he died in 1869 in Newton Hyde Cheshire, Eng.  He married Elizabeth ( Betty) Arendale on 30 August 1819 in Stockport, Cheshire, Eng.  Elizabeth was born about 1792 in Gee Cross, Cheshire, Eng.  She died in 1865 in Newton Hyde  Cheshire, Eng.  If you need the names of their children other than William, let me know.  But I can go one step further.  Joseph Rowbotham's father was James Rowbotham, born in 1763 in Cheshire, Eng.  He married Esther Oldham on 29 of May 1783 in Stockport, Cheshire, Eng.  Esther was born about 1765 in Cheshire, Eng.  If you need the names of their children other than Joseph, you can let me know.  Of course, you must have everything after William, correct?  Hope this helps..if not, no harm done!  Regards,
Linda ( Rowbotham ) Hatchette