Author Topic: John William Duckworth Born (1860) Blackburn  (Read 135 times)

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John William Duckworth Born (1860) Blackburn
« on: Saturday 09 May 20 21:22 BST (UK) »
John William Duckworth Born (1860) Blackburn, Lancs,England. (July, Aug. Sept.)

died Ashton -under- lyne  (1898) Jan.Feb.March  need to know maiden name of mother or father's name.
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Re: Re: Ford & Yew Tree Cemetery Records
« Reply #1 on: Sunday 10 May 20 00:42 BST (UK) »
Hi Wayne,
There is no John William Duckworth listed in Ford cemetery
To find his parents names you need his birth certificate, or you can find him in Census records.
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Smith, Corrigan, Hart. Walker, Mellett, Bridge, Brew , Nelson (Liverpool)
Smith, Parfrey, Corrigan, Conway, White (Cork. Ire)

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Re: Re: Ford & Yew Tree Cemetery Records
« Reply #2 on: Sunday 10 May 20 04:07 BST (UK) »
THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP ;)

WAYNE R.
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Re: Re: Ford & Yew Tree Cemetery Records
« Reply #3 on: Sunday 10 May 20 05:58 BST (UK) »
This is in General Register Office.

   DUCKWORTH, JOHN  WILLIAM     COTTOM 
GRO Reference: 1860  S Quarter in BLACKBURN  Volume 08E  Page 346

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Re: Re: Ford & Yew Tree Cemetery Records
« Reply #4 on: Sunday 10 May 20 06:04 BST (UK) »
Wayne R

Here is a marriage that would fit with the birth of John William Duckworth.

Marriages Mar 1860   (>99%)
Cottom    Catherine        Blackburn    8e   418     Scan available - click to viewAdditional information available - click to view
Duckworth    John        Blackburn    8e   418     Scan available - click to view
Fish    Thomas        Blackburn    8e   418     Scan available - click to view
Riley    Betty        Blackburn    8e   418     Scan available - click to view

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Re: John William Duckworth Born (1860) Blackburn
« Reply #5 on: Sunday 10 May 20 13:05 BST (UK) »
If it is the John William Duckworth who died in Stalybridge in 1898, registered in Ashton under Lyne that you are researching, where do you think he was in 1891?

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Re: John William Duckworth Born (1860) Blackburn
« Reply #6 on: Sunday 10 May 20 13:13 BST (UK) »
There are a few John William Duckworths born around 1860. How have you got back to him? How do you know that he was born in Blackburn?

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Re: John William Duckworth Born (1860) Blackburn
« Reply #7 on: Sunday 10 May 20 14:18 BST (UK) »
if he was the John William son of John & Catherine he was born in Darwen, a sub district of Blackburn and John & Catherine were married in Darwen

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Re: John William Duckworth Born (1860) Blackburn
« Reply #8 on: Sunday 10 May 20 14:44 BST (UK) »
if he was the John William son of John & Catherine he was born in Darwen, a sub district of Blackburn and John & Catherine were married in Darwen


There are a couple in Stalybridge that could fit the death mentioned so just wanted to find out if he was certain that  'his John William' died in Stalybridge.