More research notes

Some more random notes from the various bits of paper and notebooks I have, from various sources.  Note, as always, not all of the following are related to me but at the time I noted them down, they were possibilities:

Hannah Salkeld Slinger born June qtr. 1859 East Ward, Westmorland, England.  Ref. 10b 546.  Married William Gaskarth (58) father Thomas 23rd June 1896 Dunham Massey, Cheshire.

Hannah Salkeld Gaskarth of Drumlin, Windsor Terrace, Kendal, widow died 30th July 1923.  Admin Carlisle 7th September 1923 to Martha Wharton wife of James.  Effects £10482 13s 2d

Jane Annie Rawsthorne of Beckside, Old Hutton, Westmorland, spinster died 12th March 1923.  Probate Carlisle 29th May 1923 to Isabella Thompson wife of Robert & Robert Simpson baths manager.  Effects £1622 16s 7d

1851 Census – Broad Lane, Stapeley, Cheshire, England

John Hough – Head – 69 – Ag. lab. – born Wales

Ann Hough – Wife – 61 – born Acton, Cheshire

Sarah Edge – Niece – Unmarr. – 26 – Seamstress – born Liverpool

Ann Hough wife of John of Stapeley buried aged 64 on the 26th April 1853 at Wybunbury, Cheshire

1861 Census – Marsh Lane, Nantwich, Cheshire, England

Aaron Jones – Head – 37 – labr. – born Nantwich

Elizabeth Jones – Wife – 37 – born Audlem, Cheshire

Jane Jones – Dau. – 12 – scholar – born Nantwich

Aaron Jones – Son – 1 – born Nantwich

Aaron Jones – Father – 70 – Tanner – born Llangollen, North Wales

1841 Census – Wall Lane, Nantwich, Cheshire

Aaron Jones – 45 – Tanner – Not born Cheshire

Elizabeth Jones – 45 – Not born Cheshire

John Jones – 25 – Not born Cheshire

William Jones – 20 – Not born Cheshire

Aaron Jones – 15 – Born Cheshire

Samuel Jones – 9 – Born Cheshire

Ann Hough – 13 – F. S. – Born Cheshire

Elizabeth Lowe baptised 23rd January 1788 Market Drayton, Shropshire, England to John

From 1911 England Census Summary book:

Rev. Hopton at 18 Spring Lane, Radcliffe, Lancashire

On the 13th April 1899 at Emmanuel Church, Preston, Lancashire, England:

George Dunkley Coxhead aged 24, a gardener, bachelor of Cop Lane, Penwortham, father William Dunkley Coxhead (deceased), gardener.  Married Bertha Duffell aged 19, domestic servant of 34 Barlow Street.  Witnesses James Woodburn and Rachel Duffell

On the 27th February 1892 at St. Mary, Penwortham, Lancashire, England:

Robert Orritt aged 27 a farm labourer of Hutton, father Robert, a shoemaker.  Married Alice Coxhead, aged 28, spinster, mother Elizabeth Coxhead a farmer.  Witnesses John Sutton and Ellen Coxhead

On the 13th February 1816 at St. Mary, Lancaster, Lancashire, England:

George Austin, a seaman of Lancaster married Maria Pimm a spinster also of Lancaster.  Witnesses Alice Bradshaw and Anthony Marshall.

On the 7th September 1863 at St. Mary the Virgin, Prescot, Lancashire:

Jesse Bibby, of full age, a collier, widower of Whiston, father Jonathan a labourer.  Married Nancy Finch, of full age, a widow of Prescot, father Henry Critchley a labourer.  Witnesses Thomas Jones and Jane Erlam.

1901 Census – 11 Starkie Street, Leyland, Lancashire:

Hugh Wilson – 44 – Insurance agent – born Leyland

Sarah Wilson – 42 – Wife – born Longton

Harold C Wilson – 16 – Son – Commercial Clerk – born Leyland

Walter H Wilson – 12 – Son – born Carlisle

Vera J Wilson – 9 – Dau. – born Leyland

Frank Wilson – 4 – Son – born Leyland

From St. Andrew, Longton Lancashire burials:

Betty Fairhurst aged 87 of Longton buried on the 20th January 1870

And finally, a couple of St. Just in Penwith, Cornwall burials:

James Maddern aged 72 of Cape Cornwall Road buried on the 18th June 1907

William Charles Allen Dungey aged 37 of Pleasant Row, St. Just in Penwith buried 18th June 1918

 

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Transcript of the affiliation order of Henry Burrows

Henry Burrows is one of my 5 times great grandfathers through his daughter, Eliza, who married Charles Thrush in Eccles, Lancashire in 1832.

He was born on the 21st November 1787 in Parr, baptised at St. Helens church, Prescot on the 9th December 1787 to Mary Burrows.

Due to Henry’s dad, Samuel Hill being linked to my paternal nan’s family line, and Charles and Eliza Thrush being linked to my paternal grandad’s family line, Henry is related to both my dad’s mum and dad, being my grandad’s 3rd great grandfather, and a half 3rd great grand uncle of my nan.  (Nan and grandad are 3rd cousins once removed to each other)

The Order made by Thomas Lyon Esquire and Edward Owen Clerk two of his Majesty’s Justices of the Peace and Quorum in and for the said County under their hands and Seals bearing date the Thirtieth day of January last Wherein and Whereby Samuel Hill of Winwick with Hulme in the said County Labourer is Declared and Adjudged to be the Reputed Father of Henry a Male Bastard Child born upon the Body of Mary Burrows of Parr in the said County Singlewoman and he thereby ordered forthwith to pay or cause to be paid unto the Overseers of the Poor of the Township of Parr aforesaid the sum of One Pound and nineteen shillings which they have Expended and been put unto by Reason and on Account of the said Mary Burrow’s lying in and in Maintaining the said Bastard Child to the time of Making the same Order

And Also to Pay or Cause to be Paid unto the Overseers of the Poor of the Township of Parr aforesaid for the time being or some of them the Sum of One Shilling and Sixpence in money weekly and every Week from that time for and during so long time as the said Bastard Child shall be Chargeable to the same Township for and towards the Relief and Keeping of the same Bastard Child is by this Court Ratified and Confirmed no appeal being made and due Service of the said Order Proved upon the Oath of James Naylor.

Samuel Hill went on to marry Isabella Simpson on the 7th June 1790 at St. Helens, Lancashire, their son, Isaac Hill being the 3 times great grandfather of my nan, and Mary Burrows went on to marry John Bickerstaff on the 8th October 1792 at St. Mary the Virgin, Prescot.