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PostPosted: Sat Dec 08, 2007 4:21 am 

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Hello,
I'm interested in any info about a Susan Kippax who married William Foster on Oct 27,1776. Apparently her name was misspelled as 'Hippax'.
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Hi Christine,
I have a Susan Kippax christened 20th Feb 1767 by the Hillgate Tabernacle,Stockport, but she was living in Briercliffe. She is the daughter of James and Susan (Nutter). If you look under the family tree section I have put my Kippaxs there, and you will be able to see her. I don't have any more info on her as I followed her brother Joshua.
Edited below on 30th March 2009
I have just reread this and find I am wrong. Susan Kippax is the daughter of Robert Kippax, not James and Susan as I have written above. James and Susan, as far as I know did not have a daughter named Susan. Apologies to anyone I have confused :roll:

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Gloria:
Thanks for the help. Unfortunately the Susan Kippax you mention is a different one, I think. Even in the 18th century it wasn't likely that 9 year old girl would be getting married. The information must be out there somewhere so I'll keep on looking.
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Gloria, have you seen this?

http://www.a2a.org.uk/search/documentxs ... esheet=xsl\A2A_com.xsl&keyword=extwistle&properties=0601

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Preston: Michaelmas 1829 - ref. QSP/2919

FILE - Over Darwen to Briercliffe with Extwistle. Order of removal of Edward Kippax, Margaret his wife and Sarah and Alice their children - ref. QSP/2919/81 - date: 1829 20 Jul


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Thanks Kris, must be one of mine but haven't tied him in yet. Sad thing is they got "removed" when they couldn't support themselves----they got sent back from whence they came.

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Christine,
I have some KIPPAX's in my family. :shock: They are linked to the DEAN's in my line. I will have a look and report back!

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Hi Gloria
I have a John Nutter, b. abt 1860, who acc. to LDS married Susan Kippax, b. abt 1764 in Briercliffe, on 11 Dec 1785.

There is also Susan Kippax bap. 20 FEB 1767 The Tabernacle Hillgate-Independent, Stockport, Cheshire daughter of Robert (again acc. to LDS)

Is this the same Susan? And is she the daughter of James and Susan (Nutter) as you say in earlier post? I can't find her in your tree although you have others baptised in same place. I know LDS often get records mixed up - can you throw any light on this?
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Hi Annie, I think it is the same Susan. I have photocopy of the page with them all on. I will root it out later. She should be in my tree as she is in my file on the computer, must have just missed her off. Will get back to you later.

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I have this from St Peters Burnley microfilm
No 244
John Nutter of this parish/chapelry and Susan Kippax of the same. Married in this chapel by banns this 5th day of January 1786 by O W Halliwell-official. This marriage was solemnized between us
X mark of John Nutter
X mark of Susan Kippax
In the presence of John Todd and ???? Croysby

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The witnesses were also witnesses on other certs.

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Thanks for that Gloria. I notice that the date is different to the one on LDS so who is Susan's father?
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Does anyone know what this child's name is????
Whereas Nancy Spencer singlewoman, was on the twentyfourth day of October 1837 delivered of a male Bastard Child; and the said child, on the seventh say of January last by reason of its said mother being unable to provide for its maintenance, became chargeable to the Township of Burnley in the County of Lancaster, and from thence hitherto has been maintained and supported by the said Township. And Whereas we the undersigned being the Overseers of the Poor of the said Township have made diligent enquiry as to the Father of the said Child, and find that you James Kippax are the father of the same.
Therefore take notice, that at the next General Quarter Sessions of the Peace to be holden by adjournment at Preston for the County of Lancaster on the tenth day of April next, we as such Overseers of the Poor of the said Township, intend to make application to the court at the said Sessions, for an Order upon you to reimburse the said Township for the maintainance ans support of the said Child.
Given under our hands this seventh day of March 1839.
To James Kippax of Burnley Stone Mason
Overseers of the said Township of Burnley
John Lie
James Deard
James Robinson
These three names are not easy to read.

On a seperate sheet
1839 march 18th personally seved Jas Kippax with a duplicate copy
Jas Robinson

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There would probably be something in the newspaper if it went to Quarter Sessions. It probably wouldn't tell you much more though.

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Looks like a trip to Burnley now then. Do you know if they have the registers for Wheatley Lane there? it could kill two birds with one stone.

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I see they do have the registers for Wheatley Lane, but the church wasn't there in the 1700's.

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Burnley have some registers for Wheatley Lane but I don't know how far back they go.

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