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 Post subject: List of names
PostPosted: Tue Apr 08, 2008 5:54 pm 
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I have added a list of names with the dates and places. I am interested in any connection anyone may have which corresponds to the surnames at these dates/places.
Lockett 1802 Middleton, Lancashire. 1874 Durham. 1894 Burnley, Lancashire
Foy. 1754 Eccleston, Lancashire. 1874 Salford, Lancashire. 1894 Burnley, Lancashire.
Marsden. 1836 Stockport, Cheshire. 1925 Burnley/Nelson, Lancashire.
Glover. 1804 Pemberton, Wigan. 1868 Bolton, Lancashire.
Yates. 1820 Chorley Lancashire. 1871 Bolton, Lancashire.
Holt. 1825 Bolton, Lancashire. 1855 Pendlebury, Lancashire.
Sladen. Early 1800’s Littleborough, Lancashire.
Dawson. 1840 Salford. Lancashire.
Rathbone. 1796 Kilsby, Leicestershire. 1840 Stockport, Cheshire.
Davies. 1855 Stockport, Cheshire. 1875 Matlock, Derbyshire.
Jackson. 1834 Cheadle, Buckley, Cheshire.
Tinsley. 1804 Bolton Lancashire. 1831 Scholes, Wigan.
Farrell. 1755 Sligo, Ireland. 1792 Liverpool. 1822 Manchester. 1846 Horwich.

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 Post subject: Isle of Wight ancestors
PostPosted: Wed Apr 09, 2008 3:12 pm 
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Most of these people lived in and around Newport, Isle of Wight

Cooper late 1700s onwards
Crew mid 1700s
Flux late 1700s
Griffen late 1700s
Lock(e) late 1700s onwards
Morey late 1700s
Mundell mid 1700s
Odell late 1700s
Taylor early 1800s

my grandfather Cooper came to Lancashire in 1899, married a Bannister and stayed until he died in 1946, so I have living relations in the County.

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 Post subject: Staffordshire ancestors
PostPosted: Wed Apr 09, 2008 3:29 pm 
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Grindey North Staffs early 1700s
Grubb North Staffs mid 1700s
Salt North Staffs late 1700s
Spooner North Staffs early 1800s
Tideswell North Staffs 1700s onwards
Tideswell South Staffs 1880s onwards

Cheadle area in the north of the county, and Handsworth-West Bromwich in the south.

As Mel said, we share an interest in the Salt family, but I'm not yet totally convinced that my 3xGtgrandmother really was Hannah Salt!

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 Post subject: North Wales Ancestors
PostPosted: Wed Apr 09, 2008 3:50 pm 
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Edwards Flintshire (Holywell area) late 1700s
Roberts Denbighshire (Cefn Mawr) early-mid 1800s
Thomas Flintshire (Holywell area) early–mid 1800s
Valentine Denbighshire (Cefn Mawr) early-mid 1800s

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 Post subject: Local Ancestors
PostPosted: Wed Apr 09, 2008 3:59 pm 
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Airton Burnley mid-late 1700s
Appleton Colne late 1700
Bannister Barrowford 1600s-1700s
Bannister Colne early 1800s
Bannister Burnley mid-1800s onward
Baron Burnley early 1700s
Edmondson Colne late 1700s to 1850s
Nutter Briercliffe late 1700s -1850s

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 Post subject: Yates family
PostPosted: Mon May 12, 2008 6:37 pm 

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Hi

I noticed you have connections with Yates family from Chorley. I have been doing some research on my friends Yates family from Chorley in 1800s. Maybe we could swap info.

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PostPosted: Mon May 12, 2008 9:21 pm 
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Sue,
yes would love to. Where have you got to with your friend's Yates.
Mine go back to John Yates born Chorley abt 1820, he was the son of Thomas Yates.
John married Jane Marshall (from Scotland) in Leyland 28th Sept 1840.
Look forward to hearing more from you.

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 Post subject: Yates family
PostPosted: Tue May 13, 2008 3:09 pm 

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Hi Gloria

My friend's family start with Margaret Alice Yates b @ 1868 Coppull, Nr Chorley, she married William Pilkington b 1868 Chorley. Margaret's parents were John Yates b @ 1843 Chorley and Deborah Baxendale b @ 1845 Chorley area, they were married 1868. John Yates parents were Thomas Yates b @ 1817 Chorley and Margaret, b 1818 Chorley (maiden name possibly Miller). MArgaret supposedly remarried Matthew Parkinson in 1860s but there is no record of their marriage. Don't know if it is the same family, but heres hoping.

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PostPosted: Tue May 13, 2008 5:09 pm 
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I wonder if your friends Thomas Yates born abt 1817 was the brother of my John Yates born abt 1820, both being the son of another Thomas. I haven't done much on this line so don't know anything about any more children for Thomas, or siblings for John. You have now sparked my interest so I will see what I can find.

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PostPosted: Tue May 13, 2008 5:12 pm 
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Just another point, two of mine, John abt 1820 and his son Yates Yates b1845 were boilermakers.

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