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The Manchester Genealogist is the quarterly journal of The Manchester & Lancashire Family History Society. The journal started in 1971 and continues today.

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Article Extracts

The following are article extracts from The Manchester Genealogist.  The full articles are found in the journals which are at the Family History Library.  In the footnote is a link to the Family Search catalog.

Number 1 (1964 - 1974)

Peter Loo massacre 16 August 1812.  A list of persons who were wounded at Manchester arranged alphabetically by surnames.  Also gives address.  Article covers the year 1812 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist Number 1, no page given[1]

Marriages.  Information taken from 1st number of the Manchester Guardian 5 May 1821.  Surnames are: Walker, Buckley, Joynson, Thomas, Hawarth, Emmy, Greville, Earl, Thomas, and Williams.  Article covers the year 1821 in the parishes of Eccles, Lancashire, England, Dolgelly, Merioneth, Wales, and London, Middlesex, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist Number 1, no page given[1]

The Moravian Settlement.  A description and brief history of the Moravian church.  Included are extracts from burial records which give name, place of birth, death date, and a list of early admissions.  To the Dunkenfield Moravian church giving name, occupation, religion, date and place of birth, reception, occurances (Residence death).  Article covers the years 1715 - 1781 in the parish of Fairfield, Lancashire and possibly Kent, Derby, and Worcestersh, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist Number 1, no pages gives (expand 6 pages)[1] 

Volume 2 (1965)

Family register taken from a family bible: Wild, Hollingworth, Sankey, Longmoor, Tatlow contributed by Miss D. Morgan.  A listing of births marriages, and deaths from a family bible.  Surnames are: Wild, Hollingsworth, Sankey, Longmoor, and Tetlow.  Article covers the years 1861 - 1939 in the parishes of Higher Hurst, Ashton, Oldham, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist Volume 2 December 1965, pgs 5-6[2] 

Winter 1971-1972

Extracts from the registers of the Collegiate Church extracted by R. B. Trunkfield selected entries of burials and baptisms.  Article covers the years 1581 - 1832 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist, Winter 1971-1972, pg 3[3]

The Protestation in Manchester 1641 - 1642 A list of inhabitants of Manchester - names only.  Article covers the years 1641 - 1642 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchster Genealogist, Winter 1971-1972, pgs 4-5[3]

Marriages Denton 1715 - 1718 extracted by R. B. Trunkfield list of marriages extracted from Denton registers. Gives bride and groom's names, parishes from and date of marriage.  Article covers the years 1715 - 1718 in the parish of Denton, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist, Winter 1971-1972, pg 15-16[3]

Autumn 1974

Flixton Marriages (1754/1812) [no author] list of marriages giving date of marriage, groom's and bride's name, if by licence and names of witnesses.  Article covers the years 1754 - 1812 in the parish of Flixton, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist, Autumn 1974, pgs 3-6[4]

Memorials of Ashworth Chapel [no author] registers and bishop's transcripts are missing from St. James, Ashworth prior to 1813.  Much information is given on tombstones.  This is a listing of fifty of the earliest memorials, entries give name, residence, date of death, age, relationship.  Article covers the years 1741 - 1916 in the parish of Ashworth, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist, Autumn 1974, pgs 7-12[4]

Black Sheep of Lancashire contributed by Michael Walcott a listing of prisoners in the Borough Gaol and about the convict nulk in the harbori on census night 1851.  Gives name, marital condition, occupation, place of birth, age.  Article covers the year 1851 in the parish of Portsmouth, Hampshire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist, Autumn 1974, pgs 17-18[4]

The early history of Belle Vue, Manchester [no author] a brief history of Belle Vue gardens with a list of those staying the night of the 1851 census, giving name, age, relationship to head, and where born.  Article covers the years 1790 - 1936 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist, Autumn 1974, pgs 19-21[4]

Summer 1974

Flixton marriages (1754 - 1812) [no author] list of marriages giving date, groom's name, bride's name and witnesses.  Article covers the years 1778 - 1808 in the parish of Flixton, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist, Summer 1974 pgs 3-4[5]

Families of Hidden's and Idden's in Lancashire [no author] a discussion of the surnames Hidden and Idden, from the 1851 census is extracted the family of Thomas Haddan and Sarah in Toxteth Park, the family is followed for seven generations.  Article covers the years 1837 - 1967 in the parishes of Toxteth Park, Wigan, and Everton in Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist, Summer pgs 5-11[5]

Chapel-en-le-Frith, Derbyshire: Register from 3rd December 1629 to 14th June: 1837 marriages (extracts only) contribute by M. Pendletor a list giving names of groom and bride, their residences and date of marriage.  Article covers the years 1627 - 1763 in the parish of Chapel-en-la-frith, Derbyshire.  Article in The Manchster Genealogist, Summer pgs 12-13[5]

The Lucas dossier [and] The Lucas Family bible [no author] handwritten entries in a family bible and entries from a headstone.  Surnames are: Hanna, Wilson, Danhill, Piercy, Eaton, Hawkins, and Hawkes.  Article covers the years 1587 - 1954 in the parishes of Belfast in Antrim, Enniscorthy in Wexford, Ireland, Canada, and Whitechapel, Lancashire, England.  Article in the The Manchester Genealogist, Summer pgs 14-15[5]

Monumental inscriptions of the Isle of Man a list of monumental inscriptions giving names, place of origin, date of death, sometimes relationship and age.  Article covers the years 1800 - 1879 in Douglas in the Isle of Man.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist,Summer pgs 16-18[5]

Flixton marriages [no author] a list of marriages giving dates, groom and brides names of witnesses.  Article covers the years 1754 - 1812 in the parish of Flixton, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist, Summer pg 29[5]

Volume 11 (1975)

The Baptismal Registers of St. Nicholas, Liverpool, extracts [no author].  This is a list of baptisms giving date of birth, name of father, occupation of father, date of marriage and name of mother, and her place of origin.  Article covers the years 1793 - 1794 in the parish of Flixton, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist, Spring 1975 v. 11 #1, pgs 2-3[6]

Regimental marriages @ Manchester Collegiate Church [no author].  A list of marriages between soldiers and local girls.  List gives date of marriage, groom's name, rank, unit, and bride's name.  Article covers the years 1805 - 1817 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist, Spring 1975 v. 11 #1, pgs 6-7[6]

Families of Hidden and Idden in Lancashire Part 2 [no author].  Extracted names of Hidden and Idden taken from Eccles parish registers. Variant names are: Headon, Morton, Edden, Eden, Edin, Iddin, Eddin, and Idon. Article covers the years 1778 - 1825 in the parish of Eccles, Lancashire. Article in The Manchester Genealogist, Spring 1975 v. 11 #1, pgs 8-11[6]

Examinations of the poor of Bury [no author].  List of the poor who appeared before the overseers of the poor.  Gives the date, name, occupation, place born, wife's name and children's.  Article covers the years 1790 - 1848 in the parish Bury, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist, Spring 1975 v. 11 #1, pgs 13-15[6]

Of shoes, ships, and sailormen by Keith L. Watson.  A narrative description of the author's search for the Hewetson family.  John Hewetson married Sarah Elizabeth Caesar 25 December 1854 at Bethnal Green, St. John's.  They had four children.  Article covers the years 1807 - 1880 in the parishes of London and Bethnal Green in Middlesex.  Article in the The Manchester Genealogist, Spring 1975 v. 11 #1, pgs 16-20[6]

The baptismal registers of St. Nicholas, Liverpool, 1793 - 1800 [no author].  Baptisms relating to the Welsh parties involved.  Place of marriage of parents is given as well as dates of birth of child, name, father's occupation, position of child in family, and mother's name.  Article covers the years 1793 - 1797 in the parish of Liverpool, Lancashire.  Article in the The Manchester Genealogist, Spring 1975 v. 11 #2, pgs 3-4[7]

Kershaw family records [no author].  Copies of entries in an old prayer book owned by the Kershaw family which relate to Edmund and Esther Kershaw of Cheadle parish 1771 - 1838.  Article covers the years 1771 - 1738 in the parishes of Cheadle, Cheshire, and Stockport, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist, Spring 1975 v. 11 #2, pg 11[7]

The 1801 census of Edgworth [no author].  A list of names of inhabitants of Edgworth printed in the Bolton Chronicle November 24, 1906 entitled "Edgworth a Century Ago," Edgworth is a township in Bolton Parish.  Article covers the year 1801 in the parish of Bolton, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist, Spring 1975 v. 11 #2, pgs 12-13[7]

Regimental marriages @ Manchester Collegiate Church [no author].  List of marriages giving date of marriage, groom's name, rank, unit, and brides' name and whether by license.  Article cover the years 1805 - 1813 in the parish Manchester, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist, Spring 1975 v. 11 #2, pg 15[7]

Examinations of the poor of Bury.  Examination of the poor giving date, name(s) description of head of house, his history, including family, ages of children.  Article covers the years 1790 - 1815 in the parish of Bury, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist, Spring 1975 v. 11 #2, pgs 16-17[7]

Radcliffe Marriages [no author].  Gives date, groom's name, place, occupation and bride's name.  Article covers the years 1557 - 1761 in the parish of Radcliffe, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist, 1975 v. 11 #3, pgs 3-8[8]

The tale of the Sword and the Medal by Peter Zimmerman.  George Stemp was born at Petsworth, Sussex, about 1796. He enlisted in the Royal Regiment of the wagon train at Bow in 1813.  He served in Holland and France, Isle of Wight and was in the Battle of Waterloo.  He married and had one child born about 1827.  Article covers the years 1796 - 1908 in the parishes of Petworth in Sussex, England, as well as Lancashire, England, and Waterloo, France.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist, 1975 v. 11 #3, pgs 18-20[8]

The St. Paul's Independent Chapel registers; Wigan [no author].  Extracted records of immigrant families from Ireland and parts of England outside of the Lancashire.  Gives parent's names, where from, child's name and date of birth.  Article covers the years 1778 - 1830 in the parish of Wigan, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist, 1975 v. 11 #3, pgs 21-23[8]

Volume 12 (1976)

Radcliffe marriages [continued] [no author].  Continued listing giving date of marriage, groom's name, occupation and bride’s name.  Lists Grundy to Ogden. Article covers the years 1557 - 1796 in the parish of Radcliff, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 12 #1 1976, pgs 3-8[9]

The Charles Family Chronology [no author].  James Charles, 1762 - married Alice Spencer 23 February 1784 at Bury, further family events are listed with date and source of information.  Article covers the years 1762 - 1920 in the parishes of Bury, and Oldham, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist, v. 12 #1 1976, pgs 9-13[9]

Redferns of Stockport [no author].  A list taken from an old pocketbook of the family of Joseph and Janet Redfern.  He was born 6 February 1795 and died 23 November 1880, she died 10 February 1873.  Gives names and dates and sometimes places.  Article covers the years 1795 - 1877 in the parish of Stockport, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 12 #1 1976, pgs 14-15[9]

Scottish immigration into Lancashire pt 1 [no author].  A list from St. Paul's Independent Chapel, Wigan of Scottish immigrants into the parish. Each entry gives name, place of origin and date of event.  There are probably some Irish immigrants too.  Article covers the years 1715 - 1837 in the parish of Wigan, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist, v. 12 #1 1976, pgs 19-22[9]

Radcliffe marriages [no author].  Continuation of list of marriages giving date marriage, groom's name, occupation and bride's name.  Lists Ogden to Wolfenden.  Article covers the years 1557 - 1761 in parish of Radcliffe, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 12 #2 April 1976, pgs 35-38[10]

The Doodson saga! by Mrs. L. N. Pollard.  James Doodson married Margaret Nuttall.  He died 4 February 1811 and she died 12 December 1836.  Bible entries give children's births deaths and marriages.  Article covers the years 1456 - 1853 in the parish of Radcliffe, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogy, v. 12 #2 April 1976, pgs 46-48[10]

Bigamy in Lancashire [Stella Colwell].  From cases heard at Liverpool as sizes.  This list gives name, age, session and sentence.  List abbot to Horridge.  Article covers the years 1841 - 1851 in the parish of Liverpool, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 12 #2 April 1976, pgs 52-53[10]

Scottish immigration into Lancashire [continued] [no author].  Extracts from the 1851 &1871 censuses of immigrants.  Gives name, age, occupation, and place of birth.  Article covers the years 1851 - 1871 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 12 #2 April 1976, pgs 54-55[10]

Radcliffe marriages [continued] [no author].  Includes a section of marriages 1801 - 1837 giving marriage date, groom's name, occupation, and bride's name.  Article covers the years 1557 - 1837 in the parish of Radcliffe, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 12 #3 July 1976, pgs 62-65[11]

The Matthew Brown reunion [no author].  A description of a family reunion of descendants of Matthew Brown and his two wives Sarah Wild and Sarah Swift.  Matthew was born to William Brown and Hannah Hall on 21 April 1782.  William and Hannah were married 27 September 1768 at the Manchester Collegiate Church.  Article covers the years 1768 - 1904 in the parishes of Oldham, and Manchester in Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 12 #3 July 1976, pgs 66-68[11]

Bigamy in Lancashire [continued] [Stella Colwell] continued.  List of name, age, session and sentence of men and women found guilty of bigamy.  Article covers the years 1843 - 1851 in the county of Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 12 #3 July 1976, pgs 75-76[11]

The Cartmel family bible [Mr. Francis Leeson].  Extracts from a very old family bible records descendants of John and Susan Cartmel who were married 6 July 1696 at Cartmel.  Some entries are in Latin.  Article covers the years 1612 - 1824 in a parish of Cartmel, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 12 #3 July 1976, pgs 77-78[11]

Radcliffe marriages (continued) 1801 - 1837 [no author].  Continued listing of marriages 1803 - 1837 at Radcliffe.  Gives date of marriage, groom's name, occupation and bride's name.  Article covers the years 1801 - 1837 in the parish of Radcliffe, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 12 #4 October 1976, pgs 89-92[12]

Bigamy in Lancashire [Stella Colwell].  List includes Liverpool Assizes and Lancaster Assizes 1841 - 1851.  Lists name, age, session and sentence of men and women found guilty of bigamy.  Article covers the years 1841 - 1851 in the parishes of Liverpool, and Lancaster in Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 12 #4 October 1976, pgs 98-99[12]

Around the Churchyards - St. Edmund's, Castleton, Derbys, [no author].  Taken from gravestones in cemetery family information on Dakin family members: John, Mary, Andrew, Joseph, Hanna Hall, Thomas Wright.  Article covers the years 1739 - 1891 in the parish Castleton, Derbyshire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 12 #4 October 1976, pg 101[12]

Volume 13 (1977)

Winwick marriages 1661 - 1754 (extract) [Mr. J. R. Bulmer].  These extracts are concerning parties from parishes other than St. Oswald's in Warwick.  Gives marriage date, groom's name, residence, bride's name and residence, and if by license.  Article covers the years 1684 - 1753 in the parish of Warwick, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 13 #1 January 1977, pgs 3-10[13]

Radcliffe marriages (continued) 1801 - 1837 [no author].  Continued Radcliffe marriages 1802 - 1837 lists marriage date, groom's name, occupation, and bride's name.  From Hardman to Lord.  Article covers the years 1801 - 1837 in the parish Radcliffe, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 13 #1 January 1977, pgs 24-27[13]

Radcliffe marriages (continued) [no author].  Continued Lord through Rawston.  List gives marriage date, groom's name, occupation and bride's name.  Article covers the years 1801 - 1837 in the parish Radcliffe, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 13 #2 April 1977, pgs 33-36[14]

Some memorials of St. Luke's of Cheetham Hill [no author].  Inscriptions may give name, last place of residence, age, death date, relationships.  Article covers the years 1840 - 1904 in the parish of Cheetham Hill, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 13 #2 April 1977, pgs 42-47[14]

Cresswell marriage relationship [no author].  Relationships of Cresswell family member in marriage records: Thomas, Nicholas, Betty, Barbara, Kathryn, and Anthony.  Other surnames are; Mellor, Wood, Oliver, Tym, Carrington, Braber, Bradshaw, Stubbings, Bowden, and Sandford.  Article covers the years 1622 - 1825 in the parishes of Manchester, Macclesfield, Wirksworth, Bradwell, Edale in Lancashire, Cheshire, Derbyshire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 13 #2 April 1977, pg 47[14]

Radcliffe marriages (continued) 1801 - 1837 [no author].  Continued Rawston to Walker.  Lists marriage date, groom's name, occupation, brides name and whether by licence.  Article covers the years 1801 - 1837 in the parish Radcliffe, Lancashire.  Article in the The Manchester Genealogist v. 13 #3 April 1977, pgs 59-62[15]

Ashton "Moss" by Philip H. Carr C. Eng. M. I. E. E.  A brief history of the Moss family.  The author has found 300 Moss babies in the parish register between 1788 - 1843.  Listed are 40 christenings at St. Michael's between 1788 and 1798.  Each entry lists the child's name, both parents' names, residence, occupation and date of christening.  Article covers the years 1788 - 1902 in parish Ashton-under-Lyme, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 13 #3 April 1977, pgs 65-66[15]

Four years before the mast _ a hundred years ago by G. R. Lewis.  Froma diary kept by Walter Burton Randall Brooke son of Walter Brooke and Elizabeth Randall born 27 January 1861 at Sole.  The diary lists the ship company of the barque "Dilharree" that he joined 22 December 1877.  Article covers the years 1861 - 1878 in the parish of Sale, Cheshire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 13 #3 April 1977, pg 68[15]

From Corfu English cemeteries by Mr. J. Hopwood.  List of people buried in Corfu giving date, name, residence (often a ship) and age. to be continued.  Article covers the years 1865 - 1878 in the parish of Corfu.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 13 #3 April 1977, pg 79[15]

Radcliffe marriages (1761-1837) Conclusion [no author].  List of marriages giving marriage date, groom's name, occupation, bride's name, and whether by license, Walker to Young.  Article covers the years 1803 - 1837.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist V. 13 #4 October 1977, pgs 89-92[16]

From a page in a bible at Salford Library by Pat Seddon.  Births and deaths of the children born to Samuel and Mary Smithson between 1789 and 1904.  The burials were at Childwall.  Article covers the years 1789 - 1904 in the parish of Childwall, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 13 #4 October 1977, pg 92[16]

Lancashire heroes of Gibralter [no author].  List from Manchester Mercury 29 December 1783 of petitioners for relief.  The list gives volunteer's name, circumstance, residence and amount.  Article covers the years 1777 - 1783 in Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 13 #4 October 1977, pgs 94-97[16]

Recusants in the Lancashire 1642 Protestation returns by Mrs. L. M. Pollard.  List of males 18 years old and older who declined to take the oath of Protestation.  Article covers the year 1642 in the parishes of Leigh, Eccles, Bolton in Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 13 #4 October 1977, pg 98[16]

Monumental Inscriptions of St. George's Carrington, Cheshire part 2 transcribed by G. R. Lewis.  Surnames Moore to Yates.  Also included some entries from Morris & Co. Commercial Directory & Gazetteer of Cheshire 1864, lists of clergy and gentry, trades and professions.  Article covers the years 1861 - 1864 in the parish of Carrington, Cheshire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 13 #4 October 1977, pgs 99-101[16]

On Ashton "Moss" again by Phillip H. Carr, C. Eng, M. I. E. E.  List of moss baptisms giving child's name, parents name, residence, occupation and date of baptism.  Article covers the years 1788 - 1832 in the parish of St. Michael's, and Ashton-under-lyne in Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 13 #4 October 1977, pgs 106-109[16]

Volume 14 (1978)

Registers of St. Mary's Church Todmorden by Douglas Wilson.  Alphabetical listing of marriages Alleston to Dawson extracted from St. Mary's Church in Todmoden giving marriage date, groom's name, bride's name and whether by license.  Article covers the years 1807 - 1837 in the parish of Todmorden, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 14 #1 January 1978, pgs 3-8[17]

Marriages at Corfu by Mr. J. Hopwood.  A list of marriages gives marriages date, groom's name, occupation, bride's name, groom's father's name and occupation, bride's father's name an occupation.  Also a list of baptisms giving date of baptism, child's name and date of birth, parents names and father's occupation and place of baptism.  Article covers the years 1865 - 1902 in the parish of Corfu.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 14 #1 January 1978, pg 12-14[17]

Memorials of Levenshulme Wesleyan Chapel [no author].  List gives name, relationship, death date, and age. Sometimes marriage information is given.  Article covers the years 1782 - 1894 in the parish of Levenshulme, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 14 #1 January 1978, pgs 17-20[17]

The Hignett family bible by E. Bentley.  Entry of marriage of John Hignett and Mary Wright Bagnall at St. John's Church Chester on 12 November 1835, and their children's births and baptisms.  Article covers the years 1835 - 1847 in the parish of Chester, Cheshire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 14 #1 January 1978, pg 20[17]

Todmorden marriage [continued].  A list of marriages Dawson to Heyworth gives marriage date, groom's names and bride's name extracted from Todmorden parish registers.  Article covers the years 1807 - 1837 in the parish of Todmorden, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 14 #2 April 1978, pgs 33-36[18]

Directory of emigrant Scots into England by J. D. Beckett.  An alphabetical list may give name, occupation, place of origin, relationship, or death covers Alexander to Campbell.  To be continued.  Article covers the years 1740 - 1893 in various parishes in England and Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 14 #2 April 1978, pgs 37-42[18]

Corfu baptisms by Mr. J. Hopwood.  List gives baptism date, child's name, parents names, occupation of father and place of birth.  Article covers the years 1872 - 1880 in the parish of Corfu, Greece.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 14 #2 April 1978, pg 43[18]

A. Palmer - historical sketch.  Montgomery Palmer married Mary Smith 22 December 1877 at Chorlton-upon-Modlock in the United Methodist Free Church.  Their parents and children are named, surnames are : Smith, Phelps, and Rhodes.  Article covers the years 1852 - 1887 in the parishes of Ardwick, and Pendleton in Lancashire, and the parish of San Antonio in Bexar.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 14 #2 April 1978, pgs 45-46[18]

The Thorniley family of Grundy Hill by G. R. Lewis.  William Brooke married Alice Thorniley 22 August 1821 at Manchester Collegiate Church.  This brief narrative describes mainly her family.  Surnames are: Wright, Barrow, and Hallas.  Article covers the years 1695 - 1874 in the parishes of Heaton-Morsey [Manchester], Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 14 #2 April 1978, pgs 51-52[18]

Todmorden Marriages [continued] [no author].  An alphabetical list from Hayworth to Kershaw giving marriage date, groom's name and whether by license.  To be continued.  Article covers the years 1807 - 1837 in Todmorden Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 14 #3 July 1978, pgs 63-66[19]

Some prisoners of the Civil War in Lancashire by Mrs. L. M. Pollard. A list of fifty-eight prisoners names taken at Leigh, Gives name and residence and their captain. Article covers the year 1642 in the parishes of Leigh, Bolton, and Manchester, in Lancashire. Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 14 #3 July 1978, pgs 67-68[19]

John William Whaley family bible 1861 (with additional information) [no author].  John William Whaley was born 12 January 1851 to David Whalley and Elizabeth Grimshaw.  He married Susana Dickinson.  Article covers the years 1851 - 1914 in the parishes of Witton, and Blackburn in Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 14 #3 July 1978, pg 68[19]

James Armstrong Kiernan family bible [no author].  James Armstrong Kiernan was born 24 September 1818 in Salford to Michael and Elizabeth Kiernan.  He married Mary Stapleton on 3 May 1852 at St. John's, Deansgate M/C.  Article covers the years 1818 - 1923 in the parishes of Salford, and Chorlton in Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 14 #3 July 1978, pg 68[19]

Family connections of the Thorniley and Brooke families of Heaton Norris [continued].  A narrative of the family of Alice Thorniley and William Brooke who married in 1821.  Surnames mentioned are: Haywood, Routh, Seddon, and Vaughn.  Article covers the years 1763 - 1889 in the parishes of Heaton, Norris [Manchester], Didsbury, Stockport, Manchester in Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 14 #3 July 1978, pgs 69-70[19]

Dictionary of Emigrant Scots into England. Continued [no author].  Continued entries from Campell to Currie giving name, occupation, age, birthplace, and from where the information was obtained.  Article covers the years 1798 - 1904 in various parishes in various counties in England, and Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 14 #3 July 1978, pgs 71-73[19]

The poetical genealogist by Mr. T. Fearn.  Mr. Fearns has presented his family in verse.  Some were dyers, shoemaker, jailers, and sea captains.  Robscah was the daughter of David and Elizabeth Fearn born 5 March 1785 at Manchester.  Article covers the years 1760 - 1888 in the parishes Salford, Ancoats, Manchester in Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 14 #3 July 1978, pgs 77-80[19]

Some memorials of St. John's, Longsight, Manchester [no author].  A list of memorial inscriptions giving name, relationships, age, date of death, age and residence.  Article covers the years 1826 - 1906 in Manchester, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 14 #3 July 1978, pg 81[19]

Todmorden marriages [continued].  A list of marriages Kershaw to Pearson giving date of marriage, groom's name, occupation, bride's name and whether by license.  Article covers the years 1807 - 1837 in Todmorden, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 14 #4 October 1978, pgs 93-96[20]

The Knights of North England by Mr. J. Simmonds.  George Knight married Margaret Smithson at Manchester Collegiate Church, 30 October 1786.  This narrative discussed their seven children and their descendants.  Surnames are: Buckley, Carter, Nutter, Brady, Greenhaigh, Irwin, Wood, Roscoe, Mills, Hargreaves, Redfern, and Whitehead.  Article covers the years 1350 - 1917 in the parishes Salford, Manchester, Liverpool in Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 14 #4 October 1978, pgs 97-100[20]

Barton on Irwell Wesleyan Cemetery [no author].  After a discussion of the project to index the cemetery, some interesting transcriptions are listed.  Surnames are: Andrew, Ashbury, Ashcroft, Bamber, Banister, Baron, Bell, Blackstock, Blears, Brooke?, Buskey, Chapman, Cooke, Derbyshire, Dower, Edwards, Ellis, Fletcher, Flowers, Howarth, Hindley, Jackson, Jarvis, Johnson, Jones, Gell, Lingard, Mason, Mitchell, Partington, Pearson, Penny, Rawlinson, Ryder, Turnock, Vormberger, Wilson, Gibson, and Workman.  Article covers the years 1809 - 1946 in Barton-on-Irwell, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 14 #4 October 1978, pgs 103-106[20]

Dictionary of Scottish immigrants part 4, 1st series contributed by Joan Edith Pritchard.  Alphabetical listing of immigrants, Crawford to Dowdswell.  List gives names, occupation, place of origin, date of death, age, relationship, and where buried.  Article covers the years 1603 - 1897 in various parishes in various counties in England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 14 #4 October 1978, pgs 107-110[20]

Axon memories by Mrs. Shirley Hutchinson.  John Axon Barnet, son of John Barnet and Hannah Axon was christened at St. James, Didsbury on 16 March 1823.  He married Eleanor Flint.  Article covers the years 1796 - 1879 in the parishes of Didsbury, Stockport, and Manchester in Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 14 #4 October 1978, pg 112[20]

Volume 15 (1979)

Todmorden marriages. [continued] [no author].  Alphabetic listing of marriages at Todmorden Peason to Satcliffe.  Listing gives marriages date, groom's name, occupation, bride's name and whether by license.  Article covers the years 1807 - 1837 in Todmorden, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 15 #1 January 1979, pgs 3-6[21]

Pemberton's progress by Ron Pemberton.  Samuel Pemberton was born to Samuel Pemberton and Eliza Kirkley in 1836.  Samuel and Eliza were married 6 July 1857 at Christ's Church, Salter.  Article covers the years 1799 - 1932 in the parishes Salford, and Southport in Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 15 #1 January 1979, pgs 7-8[21]

Manchester Collegiate baptisms by M. Pollard.  Thomas Whitfield Palmer was born 21 December 1810 at Norwich, Norfolk to John and Harriet Palmer.  William Theobald Palmer was born 23 January 1818 born at Manchester to John and Harriet Palmer.  Both sons were baptized 29 December 1831 at Manchester Collegiate Church.  Article covers the years 1785 - 1846 in the parishes Manchester in Lancashire and the parish of Norwich in Norfolk.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 15 #1 January 1979, pg 8[21]

The churchyard memorials of St. Saviors, Chorlton on Medlock, Manchester. [no author].  A listing of some memorials giving information from the gravestone that may give in addition to name: occupation, residence, birth date, death place, death date, age, relationships, if buried somewhere else.  Article covers the years 1778 - 1959 in Manchester Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 15 #1 January 1979, pgs 9-12[21]

Dictionary of Emigrant Scots, [no author].  Listing of some Scottish emigrants to England giving name, occupation, relationships, birth place, age, burial date, and place.  Article covers the years 1741 - 1894 in various parishes of England and Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 15 #1 January 1979, pgs 15-18[21]

Some monumental inscriptions of Sale cemetery by G. R. Lewis.  Some of the graves are of people out of the area.  Surnames are: Taylor of Chorlton, Foden died in New Zealand, Howarth buried at  Rusholme Road, Chadwick of Manchester, Dodd of Nottigham, Lindsay of Moses Side, John Smith of Derbyshire, and Gee of Ashton-upon-Mersey.  Article covers the years 1803 - 1888 in Sale, Cheshire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 15 #1 January 1979, pg 21[21]

Notes on Green and Pritt families [no author].  Isaac Pritt Green married Elizabeth Turnbridge at St. Mary's, Ealing on 11 August 1833.  They had four children.  Article covers the years 1703 - 1906 in the parishes of Ealing, Chiswick in Middlesex.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 15 #1 January 1979, pgs 22-23[21]

Todmorden marriages. [continued] [no author].  This is the final installment of the alphabetical list of Todmorden marriages Sutcliffe to Wrigley.  Gives marriage date, groom's name, bride's name and whether by license.  Article covers the years 1807 - 1837 in Todmorden in Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 15 #2 April 1979, pgs 33-36[22]

Getting the Irvine's back to Scotland by Margaret Irvine.  Thomas Irvine was baptized on 12 June 1791 at Sorn to Alexander Irvine and Margaret McCans.  They had eight children.  Article covers the years 1755 - 1861 in the parishes of Bristol and Liverpool in England, Spain, and the parishes of Sorn and Muirkirk, Ayrshire, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 15 #2 April 1979, pgs 39-40[22]

Sutcliffe family bible, extracted by J. E. Appleby.  The bible is housed at Macclesfield Parish Church, but the entries show no places.  Dates are given for twelve Sutcliffe family members' births, marriages and deaths.  Article covers the years 1754 - 1814 in England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 15 #2 April 1979, pg 40[22]

Has anyone seen Kelly?  by G. R. Lewis.  Mary Isabella Qualtrough married George Slack on 16 March 1859 at Manchester Cathedral.  Her parents were William Qualtrough of Arbory and Elizabeth Caine of Malew who were married in 1814.  Article covers the years 1771 - 1920 in parishes on the Isle of Man, and Lancashire England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 15 #2 April 1979, pgs 41-44[22]

Dictionary of Emigrant Scots [no author].  An alphabetic list of emigrants from Scotland.  Each entry gives different information and may include names, occupation, relationships, place of birth, residence, age and source of information.  Article covers the years 1781 - 1903 in various parishes of England, and Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 15 #2 April 1979, pgs 44-47[22]

The 1642 Protestation returns for Entwisle, Edgeworth and Quarlton compiled by Mrs. Ada Dixon.  An alphabetical list of men residing in Entwisle in Bolton, Edgeworth near Bolton: Quarlton, Bolton.  Article covers the year 1642 in Bolton, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 15 #3 July 1979, pgs 67-68[23]

Tyrell family bible contributed by Mrs. Ann Signoll.  Entries from family bible include children of Hugh and Frances Jones 1779 - 1784.  Also Thomas James Tyrell married Helen Pritchard 10 October 1839 at St. Pauls, Southsea, and their children 1840 - 1868.  Also lists family deaths.  Article covers the years 1778 - 1962 in Southsea, Hampshire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 15 #3 July 1979, pg 68[23]

The Wilcock family of Moss Side [no author].  John Wilcock and Hannah Weed had at least seven children.  Surnames are mentioned are: Thorniley, Burstow, and Chorlton.  Article covers the years 1723 - 1793 in Withington, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 15 #3 July 1979, pg 69[23]

Around the churchyards, recorded by Miss M. Pendleton.  Extracts from St. Paul's Withington monumental inscriptions.  Also extracted entries from St. James, Birch, and Manchester.  Article covers the years 1804 - 1932 in the parishes of Withington, and Manchester in Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 15 #3 July 1979, pgs 71-73[23]

Dictionary of Emigrant Scots (continued).  Alphabetical list of emigrants from Scotland Jarvis to Lowrie.  Entries may include name, occupation, relationships, place of birth, residence, age and source of information.  Article covers the years 1796 - 1931 in various parishes of England and Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 15 #3 July 1979, pgs 76-79[23]

Winwick marriages 1789 - 1812 by J. R. Bulmer.  Extracted entries give marriage date, groom's names, bride's name and whether by license.  Alphabetical listing Bawl to Clayton continued.  Article covers the years 1789 - 1812 in Winwick, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 15 #4 October 1979, pgs 94-98[24]

Jigsaw pieces by Jon Dagger.  James Dagger married Ann Skilbeck in 1821 at Goosnargh: Their so William married Margaret Mercer.  Ann's parents were James and Margaret Mercer.  Ann died 1883.  Article covers the years 1778 - 1883 in Ribchester, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 15 #4 October 1979, pgs 102-103[24]

Dictionary of Emigrant Scots [no author].  Alphabetical list of Scottish emigrants to England continued McAllister to McRae.  May include name, occupation, age, where born, relationships, and source of information.  Article covers the years 1781 - 1895 in various parishes in England and Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 15 #4 October 1979, pgs 104-109[24]

Stray baptisms from Stockport St. Mary 1821 - 1830 from Dorothy I. Cowley.  Entry gives date of baptism, parent's names, father's occupation and residence.  Article covers the years 1823 - 1830 in Stockport, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 15 #4 October 1979, pg 110[24]

Further notes on the Weigall family by G. R. Lewis.  Rev. Edward Weigall died 21 April 1865.  His wife Cecilia Bythesea died 12 February 1868.  Son Albert born at Nantes, Normandy.  Became headmaster-grammar school in Sydney, Australia.  Edward Midford became vicar of Frodingham 1859.  Article covers the years 1852 - 1886 in Buxton, Derbyshire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 15 #4 October 1979, pg 111[24]

A whole flock of Lambs.  William Lamb was born in 1804 at Knutford.  He married Jane and they had 10 children.  Their son James married Ann Worthington of Eccles in 1862.  They had 10 children.  Son George married Ann Valentine of Eccles in 1853.  Surnames included are: Royle, Lloyd, Chadwick, Cucchiare, Arter and Cresswell.  Article covers the years 1804 - 1912 in Pendleton, and Eccles in Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 15 #4 October 1979, pg 113[24]

Volume 16 (1980)

Winwick Marriages by J. R. Bulmer.  Entries give marriage date, groom's name, bride's name and whether by license.  Article covers the years 1797 - 1809 in Winwick, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 16 #1 January 1980, pgs 5-8[25]

Dictionary of Scottish emigrants in England [cont. no author].  Alphabetical list of Scottish Emigrants to England continued McRobbie to Park.  Entry may include name, occupation, age, residence, relationships, where born and source of information.  Article covers the years 1665 - 1772 in various parishes in England and Scottish.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 16 #1 January 1980, pgs 15-18'[25]

Some Blackley burials by Andrew Todd.  Short list of burials with comments by the officiator.  Surnames are: Pollett, Anderson, Hardman, Langford, Whitehead, and Whittaker.  Article covers the years 1821 - 1827 in Blackley, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 16 #1 January 1980, pg 19[25]

Great Sankey Registers Contributed by G. Normansell.  Ten marriages were performed at Great Sankey, a chapelry of Warrington during the years 1729 - 1754.  Surnames are: Turner, Wainwright, Ashcroft, Millington, Hurst, Edwardson, Liptrot, Ditchfield, Swift, Hunt, Hayward, Pennington, Naylor, Morris, Owen, Hammond, Corleys, Sephton, Brooke, and Patten.  Article covers the years 1730-1752 in Warrington, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 16 #2 April 1980, pg 34[26]

Winwick marriages by J. R. Bulmer [continued].  Continued.  Alphabetical listing of marriages at Winwick, Cleeworth to Garnett.  Gives marriage date, groom's name, bride's name and whether by license.  Article cover the years 1790 - 1810 in Winwick, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 16 #2 April 1980, pgs 35-38[26]

Multiple baptism of Blackley Presbyterian Chapel by David Todd.  Children of Thomas Philips and Agnes Etchells were all baptized 13 December 1835.  Names and birthdates are: Agnes 1 March 1815, William 14 October 1815, Harriet & George 30 September 1818, John Ayres 19 December 1819, James 18 September 1823, Charity 24 December 1825, Daniel 29 August 1827, and Elizabeth 20 January 1830.  Article covers the years 1815 - 1835 in Blackley, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 16 #2 April 1980, pg 40[26]

The Flodden Window in Middleton Church by G. Wellens.  A list of archers who returned safely from the Battle of Flodden.  Surnames are: Bewick, Blomley, Chetham, Gerrarde, Wilde, Prestwyche, Pylkyington, Soolfede, Seddon, Smith, Wylde, Stele, Taylor, Taylyer, Warburton, and Whittaker.  Article covers the year 1513 in the parish of Middleton (within Rochdale), Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 16 #2 April 1980, pg 41[26]

From an "Ashworth" bible by Ruth Kenyon.  John Kenyan, born 1809, married Ann Heyworth 1837, at Newchurch in Rossdale.  They lived near Bacup. Their children are: George 1837 - 1915, Sarah 1839 - 1882, Ann 1841 - 1846, Mary 1844 - 1866, John 1846 - 1898, James 1848 - 1878, Abraham 1850, Betty 1851 - 1939, Alice 1853 - ?, Lawrence 1855 - 1919, and Timothy 1857 - 1922.  Article covers the years 1809 - 1939 in Bacup, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 16 #2 April 1980, pg 41[26]

Fallows family by Marjorie Pollard.  James Fallow's Children's births are recorded in the beginning of the Ringley Register from 1719.  Children's births are: Phoebe 15 October 1709, Mary 8 May 1712, Alice 1 May 1714, James 28 April 1716, John 6 February 1718, Esther 1 January 1719, Elizabeth baptized 10 December 1721, James Fallows buried 20 August 1731.  Article covers the years 1709 - 1731 in Ringley, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 16 #2 April 1980, pg 41[26]

"Extracts from Uncle Joe's letter (Rev. Scott) 1907" by Robin P. Duxbury.  Family memebers of John Barlow who died in Spain in 1791 at 58 years of age.  Surnames are: Meredith, Bains, Towler, Griffiths, Tidler, Crallen, Harrison, Scott, Webb, and Johnson.  Article covers the years 1786 - 1818 in the parishes of Skipton, Yorkshire, Stockport and Didsbury, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 16 #2 April 1980, pg 42[26]

Rider family bible by G. Anthony Foster.  William Rider born 23 January 1834, christened at Dissenting Chapel Gorton, and Sarah Rider born 1 July 1836 and christened at St. Thomas, Heaton-Norris had the following children: Elizabeth Ann born 22 July 1859, William James born 3 May 1863, Emily born 2 May 1866, and Lily born 5 January 1873.  All christened at St. Thomas.  William died 4 January and buried 8 January 1893.  Ann died 22 October 1893 and buried 26 October 1893.  William James died 25 September and buried 28 September 1898.  Article covers the years 1834 - 1898 in Heaton-Norris, and Gorton, in Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 16 #2 April 1980, pg 42[26]

Dictionary of Scottish Emigrants [no author].  Continued alphabetical list of Scottish Emigrants, Parker to Russell.  Entry may include: name, residence, birthplace, relationship, age, and source of information.  Article covers the years 1786 - 1934 in various parishes of England and Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 16 #2 April 1980, pgs 46-48[26]

"Extracts from Tyldesley Parish Magazine - January 1897" by Mrs. G. Scaife.  Extracted entries of baptisms 26 November to 24 December 1896; marriages 5 December to 12 December 1896; and burials 23 November to 15 December 1896.  Article covers the years 1896 - 1897 in Tyldesley, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 16 #2 April 1980, pg 50[26]

Five generations & six countries by John Bulmer.  The author has traced the ancestors of Ruth Alison Horns by in five countries.  She is the daughter of Violet Cloverdale, and William Winterburn Hornby.  Surnames include: Sharrock, Clegg, Delmage, and Parker.  Article covers the years 1830 - 1978 in the parishes of Rathkeale, Limerick, Ireland, Bloemfontein, Orange Free State, South Africa, Bradford, Lancashire, England, and Kingston, Ontario, Canada.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 16 #2 April 1980, pgs 51-52[26]

Some late baptisms extracted by G. R. Lewis.  From New Jerusalem Temple, Salford.  List gives name, birthdate, relationship, baptism date, and occupation.  Also one entry from Cross Street Chapel, Manchester.  Article covers the years 1769 - 1829 in the parishes of Salford, and Manchester, in Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 16 #2 April 1980, pg 52[26]

Winwick marriages by J. R. Bulmer.  Continued listing of Winwick marriages from Gaskell through Hindley.  Each entry gives marriage, date, groom's name, bride's name and whether by license.  Article covers the years 1790 - 1812 in Winwick, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v.16 #3 July 1980, pgs 65-68[27]

Stray marriages from Prestbury by Mrs. D. I. Cowley.  Stray marriages: Ratbotham/Lever; Kirkham/Celley; Wood/Ryle; Marsden/Hooley; Wood/Nicholson; Broster/Upon; Boillie/Croxton; Bancroft/Hurst; Woodward/Philips; Antrobus/ Shaw; Heywood/Cooke.  Article covers the years 1803 - 1806 in Prestbury, Cheshire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogistv. 16 #3 July 1980, pg 70[27]

Surnames from Simister wills by W. Simister.  A list of 200 surnames extracted from Simister wills.  Give names and date presumed to be the date the will was proved.  Article covers the years 1572 - 1839 in the parishes of Marple in Cheshire, and Manchester in Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogistv. 16 #3 July 1980, pg 72[27]

Dictionary of Scottish emigrants [no author].  Continued alphabetical list of Russell to Thomson.  Entry may give name, age, residence, birthplace, relationships, occupation and source of information.  Article covers the years 1772 - 1930 in various parishes in England and Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 16 #3 July 1980, pgs 75-78[27]

MIs of St. Stephens Astley recorded by G. R. Lewis.  Extraction of information on monumental inscription of St. Stephens at Astley, Adcroft to Gerrard.  Article covers the years 1632 - 1886 in Astley, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 16 #3 July 1980, pg 81[27]

Dictionary of Scottish Emigration [no author].  Conclusion.  Entries from Throburn to Young.  Entry may give name, age, occupation, birthplace, residence, relationships, and source of information.  Article covers the years 1716 - 1931.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 16 #3 July 1980, pgs 109-113[27]

How I re-discovered my border ancestors by E. M. Kay.  William Babington married Hannah Routledge 23 September 1849 at Manchester Collegiate.  Surnames from the research are: Kirkpatrick; Forester, Rushton.  Article covers the years 1814 - 1882 in Manchester, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 16 #3 July 1980, pgs 114-115[27]

An extract from 'Lancashire Life' -May 1979 [no author].  On a gravestone on Oahu: John Young of Lancashire, England... [died] 17 December 1835 in his 92rd year... John had a son John, and a granddaughter Emma Rooke.  Article covers the years 1835 - 1979 in Lancashire, England and Oahu, Hawaii.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 16 #4 October 1980 pg 99[28]

Winwick marriages [no author].  An alphabetical listing of marriages at Winwick, Hodginson to Lynch.  Each entry gives the date of the marriage, groom's name, brides name and whether by license.  Article covers the years 1789 - 1812 in Winwick, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 16 #4 October 1980, pgs 101-104[28]

"No Man's Land" by Mrs. J. Simpson.  Five houses in Marple Enumeration No. 5 District designated as "No Man's Land."  Occupants surnames are: Tallow, Kenyon, Capstick, Bowden, and Clayton.  Article covers the year 1861 in Marple, Cheshire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 16 #4 October 1980, pg 105[28]

The Mellor spelling problem by R. J. Perkins.  Variant spellings of Mellor, Mellors, Mellers, and Mellow on records have complicated the search for Joseph Mellor who married Harriett Brown Walker on 13 November 1859 at Wesley Chapel, Closket Gate, Lincoln.  Article covers the years 1772 - 1918 in Linby, Nottinghamshire, and Lincoln, Lincolnshire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 16 #4 October 1980, pgs 106-107[28]

Wrigley family of Liverpool [no author].  A family pedigree beginning with William Wrigley and Margery Robinson: who were married 10 January 1800.  Surnames are: Sharp, Warner, Corlett, OHevant, Rice, Hall, and Fell.  Article covers the years 1800 - 1963 in Liverpool, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 16 #4 October 1980, pg 108[28]

Volume 17 (1981)

Winwick marriages [no author].  Alphabetical listing of marriages in Winwick, Lyon to Pomphret.  Entry gives marriage date, groom's name, bride's name and whether by license.  Article covers the years 1789 - 1812 in Winwick, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 17 #1 January 1981, pgs 109-113[29]

Evans family of Eccles [no author].  A family pedigree of William Evans, and his wife Joan. Surnames include: Owen Redford, Pearson, Bent, Downey, Bolland, Smet Hills, Lomax, Brown, and Pollih.  Article covers the years 1703 - 1898 in Eccles, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 17 #1 January 1981, pg 17[29]

Male inhabitants of Flixton Parish contributed by Graham Lewis.  Extracted from the protestation list of 1641, an alphabetical list of names only.  Article covers the year 1641 in Flixton, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 17 #1 January 1981, pg 18[29]

Monton Unitarian Church - Monumental Inscriptions.  Extracted information from headstones in Monton Unitarian Church Cemetery.  Article covers the years 1729 - 1964 in Monton, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 17 #1 January 1981, pgs 19-24[29]

Anyone chasing Riley?  From a large family bible in the library of Abbott Hall at Kents Bank: John Riley married Sarah 31 May 1851.  They had ten children.  Robert 1852, William Henry 1853. Margaret Jane 1853, Mary Elizabeth 1857 - 1858, Sussanah 1859 - 1862, Ruth 1861, Sarah 1864 - 1880, Alfred Hartley 1865 - 1866, Martha 1867 - 1868, Susie 1869, John 1871 - 1872, and John James 1875.  Article covers the years 1827 - 1900 in Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 17 #1 January 1981, pg 24[29]

An account of the marriages, births, and burials within Penketh meeting beginning in the year 1740 and ending in 1764 by G. Normonsell.  Chronological as it happens to be continue.  Article covers the years 1740 - 1743 in Penketh, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 17 #1 January 1981, pg 29[29]

Winwick marriages (contd) [no author].  Alphabetical listing of marriages in Winwick, Porter to Taylor. Entry gives marriage date, groom's name, bride's name and whether by license.  Article covers the years 1791 - 1812 in Winwick, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 17 #2 April 1981, pgs 35-38[30]

Monton Unitarian Church - Monumental Inscriptions [no author].  Alphabetical listing of MIs Broadbent to Dickinson.  Information is extracted from each MI and lists names, dates and relationships.  To be continued.  Article covers the years 1764 - 1976 in Monton, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 17 #2 April 1981, pgs 49-52[30]

The Will of Nicholas Lomas of Longnor, Staff -3 February 1842 [no author].  A family tree built upon information from the will of Nicholas Lomas c. 1735 - 1803.  Surnames include: Oakden, Bettany, Fullerton, Pickford, Dawson, Hierons, Clowes, Newton, Hibbert, Bartoft, Mellor, Rutter, Barrett and Goldbourne.  Article covers the years 1735 - 1971 in Longnor, Staffordshire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 17 #2 April 1981, pgs 55-56[30]

William Cort- American Civil War Veterans by Mrs. Carol Hewitt.  William Cort served in the U. S. Civil War Union Navy.  He was injured and collected a pension until his death in 1923 and his widow until 1928.  Included is a list of Lancashire pensioners giving certificate number, name, address, cause, monthly rate and rate of original allowance.  Article covers the years 1863 - 1928 in Manchester, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 17 #3 July 1981, pgs 66-68[31]

The Grimshaws [no author].  Three obituaries - James Grimshaw 1801 - 1873; John Smalley Grimshaw 1828 - 1896; William D Grimshaw 1831 - 1923.  Article covers the years 1801 - 1923 in Accrington, and Hancoat in Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 17 #3 July 1981, pgs 70-71[31]

Extracted from Tydesly Parish Magazine for February 1897 - by Mrs. G. Steedman.  Burials, baptisms, and marriages from 19 December 1896 to 24 January 1897.  Gives date, name, and address.  Article covers the years 1896 - 1897 in Tyldsley in Wigan, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 17 #3 July 1981, pgs 72-73[31]

Monton Unitarian Church Monumental Inscriptions.  Continued alphabetical listing of MIs Diggles to Musgrove.  Extracted information from each MI gives names, dates, relationships.  To be continued.  Article covers the years 1764 - 1969 in Monton, and Green in Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 17 #3 July 1981, pgs 76-82[31]

Winwick marriages (contd) [no author].  Alphabetical listing of marriages in Winwick, Taylor - Warburton.  Entry gives marriage date, groom's name, bride's name, and whether by license.  Article covers the years 1790 - 1812 in Winwick, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 17 #3 July 1981, pgs 84-85[31]

Deserters from the Manchester Marine Corps 1792-93 [no author].  List from the Manchester Mercury 1792 of Marine Corps deserters.  Gives name, trade, age, place of birth.  Article covers the years 1792 - 1793 in Manchester, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 17 #4 October 1981, pgs 106-107[32]

The Qualtrough family of Ballasalle, Isle of Man by G. R. Lewis.  The anglicized version of Qualtrough is Watterson.  William Qualtrough and his wife Elizabeth Caine were married 19 February 1814 at Malew.  They had at least 7 children.  Article does not have years, but covers the parishes of Ballasalla, Arbory, and Malew on the Isle of Man.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 17 #4 October 1981, pgs 114 - 116[32]

The Marsh Family bible [no author].  Extracts from a family bible give Richard and Ann married 7 August 1814. Birth and deaths of many others recorded in this bible.  Article covers 1788 - 1888 in Hooton, Cheshire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 17 #4 October 1981, pg 116[32]

Family of James Rydings - born 1763 [no author].  Molly and James Rydings have ten children listed in a family bible from 178? - 1814.  Article covers 1763 - 1814 in Newton-Heath, and Failsworth in England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 17 #4 October 1981, pg 117[32]

Volume 18 (1982)

Lancashire people in the first census of Western Australia - 1832 extracted by Mrs. D. J. Morley.  List of persons from Lancashire in 1832 census.  Gives name, age, marital condition, occupation, ship arrived on.  Article covers the year 1832 in England, and Australia.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 18 #1 January 1982, pgs 5-6[33]

Qualtrough family - boatbuilders of Douglas, Isle of Man [G. R. Lewis].  Further research into the Qualtrough family shows William Qualtrough was buried 12 July 1865 and his wife Elizabeth buried on 1 February 1878 at Douglas.  Other family live nearby according to the 1841 census.  Article covers the years 1824 - 1882 in Douglas, on the Isle of Man.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 18 #1 January 1982, pgs 13-14[33]

Lancashire Strays from the Derbyshire marriage index [no author].  List of Strays gives marriage date, groom's name and residence.  Brides name, and residence, and whether by license.  Article covers the years 1742 - 1835 in Ashover, Ashton-on-Trent, Bakewell, Brampton, and Breadsall in Derbyshire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 18 #1 January 1982, pg 15[33]

The Cort family of Bolton, Chorley & Manchester compiled by Mrs. C. Hewitt.  A family tree beginning with John Cort and Ann Ainsworth 29 November 1768 at Bolton.  St. Peter five generations surnames are Wraith, and Armitage.  Article covers the years 1768 - 1930 in Bolton, Chorley, and Manchester in Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 18 #1 January 1982, pgs 16-17[33]

The Hamer Will, by Mrs. Shirley Walls.  Mary Selena Hamer made her will in 1897.  She mentions 25 family members and friends.  Article covers the years 1800 - 1897 in Withington, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 18 #1 January 1982, pg 18[33]

Extracts taken from St. Andrews, Eccles_Magazine - Sept. 1911 contributed by W. & S.M. Smith.  Marriages, baptisms, and deaths listed from 19 April to 30th August list gives date and name(s) and sometimes residence.  Article covers the year 1811 in Eccles, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 18 #1 January 1982, pgs 19-20[33]

Information copied from an old Bible belonging to Mr. Clement [no author].  Births and burials recorded in an old Bible.  Surnames are: Slone, and Hendy.  Article covers the years 1828 - 1871 in Bolton, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 18 #2 April 1982, pg 35[34]

The 1801 Census of Edgeworth [no author].  A listing of residents, but no dates are given.  Sometimes relationships are given.  Article covers the years 1802 - 1902 in Edgeworth, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 18 #2 April 1982, pgs 40-44[34]

Manchester & Salfred strays from the Sheffield Cathedral marriage index 1720 - 1837.  Marriages in Sheffield with either bride or groom from Lancashire.  Gives marriage date.  Groom's name, and bride's name and residence if not in Sheffield.  Article covers the years 1777 - 1788 in Sheffield, Yorkshire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 18 #2 April 1982, pg 45[34]

Monks family bible contributed by Miss C. Cross.  James Monk married Elizabeth 29 October 1913.  They had eight children between 1714 and 1732.  Article covers the years 1680 - 1926 in Winwick, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 18 #2 April 1982, pg 47[34]

Extractions from a cash book of Ralph Bealey of Balderstone near Rochdale, 1808 - 1812 contributed by Mr. F. H. Bealey.  Persons with whom Ralph Bealey had transactions.  Type of transaction or residence is sometime given.  Article covers the years 1808 - 1812 in Balderstone near Rochdale, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 18 #2 April 1982, pgs 52-54[34]

Does anyone recognize this family?  contributed by H. E. Robinson.  Extracted from a family bible to Samuel Cook with Thomas Moscrops dated 24 February 1876.  Samuel Chisnal Lunn; Sarah Lunn presumed children between 1877 - 1897.  Article covers the years 1876 - 1897 in England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 18 #3 July 1982, pg 68[35]

Normansell - an account of the family in Manchester.  This narrative of the Normansell family includes a family tree beginning with Edward Normansell and his wife Anne.  Surnames are: Cook, Rothwell, Wright, Perkins Bennett, Allen, Mottram, and Pickford.  Article covers the years 1713 - 1878 in Manchester, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 18 #3 July 1982, pgs 75-77[35]

Extracts from the family bible of William & Hannah Davies (nec Stinchcombe) [no author].  William and Hannah Davies were married 28 September 1846 at St. Marys' Thornburry.  Surnames mentioned are: Williamson, Lazina, Murphy, Cliff, Myers and Foulkes.  Article covers the years 1824 - 1912 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire; the parish of Thornbury, Gloustershire; and the parish of Withington, Cheshire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 18 #3 July 1982, pgs 78-79[35]

Australian death certificate [no author].  Samples of a death certificate from Australia.  Jane Daley, widow, died 27 April 1911, female 83 years at West Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.  Reported by son, Thomas Richard, Daley.  Born in Manchester, England. Buried 29 April 1911.  Married in Manchester.  Lived 55 years in Victoria.  Children: James, Mary Jane, Maria, John James, Maria, Annie, Hubert, Thomas Richard, and Thomas Richard.  Article covers the year 1911 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England; and the parish of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 18 #4 October 1982, pg 90[36]

Bradwell extracts from Hope Parish register, Derbyshire contributed by Miss V. Dixon.  Bradwell family members married and baptized in Hope Parish: John/Alice: daughter Mary 1736.  John/Sarah baptized Robert 1757, John 1755, George 1762.  John/Joan, Middleton married 1775, baptized William 1776, Mary 1777, Mary 1781, Elizabeth 1784.  John/Grace Bingham married 1792, baptized Robert, 1793.  Robert/Betty Hallam married 1810, baptized Isaac 1812.  George/Hannah Hallam baptized Betty, 1792.  Article covers the years 1736 - 1812 in Hope, Bradwell, and Bakewell in Derbyshire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 18 #4 October 1982, pg 92[36]

Death cards in possession of my mother recorded by Peter Henry Cort, from 1880.  A list of persons interred in various cemeteries.  Gives date, name, relationship, and cemetery.  Article covers the years 1825 - 1904 in various parishes in Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 18 #4 October 1982, pgs 96-97[36]

My grandmother's Family Tree on a sampler contributed by Clifford Bratt.  John Williamson 1810 - 1862 married at St. Peters.  Other Williamson's births and marriages listed 1833 - 1851.  Article covers the years 1809 - 1862 in Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogsit v. 18 #4 October 1982, pg 97[36]

The Tatton family contributed by Bette W. Hall.  A narrative of the search for the Tatton family.  Included is a family tree beginning with Robert de Tatton living in 1290, 1310, 1316, and going for about 20 generations.  Some surnames are Hassey, Davenport, Booth, Limney, Johnson, Lingard, Wilkinson, Savage, Walker, Holden, Ryder, Hopwood, Podmore, Morley, Worsley, Birchenough, Howarth, Hall, and Splawnyk.  Article covers the years 1290 - 1977 in the parishes of Stockport, Gorton, Northernden, and (Manchester) in Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 18 #4 October 1982, pgs 98-101[36]

Holt of Heywood bible, contributed by Kay Stott. Jame Holt 1838 - 1902 married Mary Holt 1838 - 1879.  Presumed children are listed births 1860 - 1878 and burials 1865 - 1903.  Article covers the years 1838 - 1903 in Heywood, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 18 #4 October 1982, pg 104[36]

Volume 19 (1983)

An Anglo Scottish Centenarian, contributed by Pauline Cohen.  John Hatton was born 18 August 1777 and died 27 July 1878.  Extracted from an article in the Manchester Evening News, 20 August 1877.  His parents are Robert Hatton, and Jean Brash.  Article covers the years 1777 - 1878 in Manchester, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 19 #1 January 1983, pgs 3-5[37]

My Welsh ancestors by P. K. Cresswell.  John Jones married Ellen Hughes daughter of Hughes and Ann Kendrick from Landudo.  Ann's brother is Tom Kendrick Son of William.  No year is given in the article, which is in the parish of Llandudo, Wales.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 19 #1 January 1983, pg 6[37]

Epitaph contributed by Mrs. Diking.  John Leah was buried 16 October 1689, 92 years old, at St. Michael's cemetery, Ashton-on-Lyne, wife Ann.  Father of twelve children, seventy-five grandchildren, ninety-two great-grandchildren, and two great-great grandchildren.  Article covers the year 1689, in Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 19 #1 January 1983, pg 6[37]

Wamsley Unitarian Chapel - Bolton: Strays from monumental inscriptions [no author].  Strays born or died in Canada, Isle of Wight, America, East India, Wales, France, West Indies, and Central India.  Surnames are: Inglis, Knowles, Kendall, Hacking, Haddock, Redmayne, Davies, Taylor, Morgan, Simpson, Bentley, Howarth, Hammond, Rothwell, Pilkington, Haselden, Dewhurst, Holt, and Walsh.  Article covers the years 1811 - 1927 in Bolton, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist 19 #2 April 1983, pgs 41-42[38]

Genealogy of a Mancunian contributed by Mr. J. Jevons.  The founder of the Manchester Guardian is John Edward Taylor son of John Taylor and Mary Scott who married in 1787.  Mary's parents are Robert Russell and Hannah Sprint, 1681 - 1767.  Article covers the years 1560 - 1787 in the parishes of Manchester, Stand, and Bristol in Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 19 #2 April 1983, pgs 48-49[38]

The John Barrington Will [no author].  John Barrington names his wife Honor; his sons, Thomas, and John; his daughters Mary Ann, wife of Edward Dooley; Lucy, wife of James Pearson; Honor, wife of William Mellor; Williams daughters, Ann Catherine & Emma.  Article covers the year 1844 in Stockport, Chestershire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 19 #2 April 1983, pg 49[38]

A piece of Good Fortune, contributed by Clifford Bratt.  On a visit to the forest area of Cheshire the author found clue to his ancestor Hannah Bratt who married John Bratt by special license at Harthill on 13 April 1664.  Article covers the years 1520 - 1940 in Harthill, Cheshire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 19 #3 July 1983, pgs 61-62[39]

A Correspondence, contributed by Stephen Warden.  William and Janet Mitchell emigrated to Australian 1848.  They had twelve children.  One daughter Margaret married at 16 to Mr. Erickhorn, and had one child.  At eighteen, and a widow she married John Farrington a widower with one son, James Redford Farrington.  Margaret and John had fourteen children of whom only five survived.  Article covers the year 1848 in parishes in Perth, Scotland; Cheshire, and Lancashire, England; and Creswick, Victoria, Australia.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 19 #3 July 1983, pgs 63-64[39]

Tinker, tailor, soldier, sailor, contributed by Miss Joan Holding.  George Holding of Catherall married Margaret Baines from St. Michaels on Wyre in 1787.  They had four sons: George, John, Frederick, and Henry James.  George died in New York about 1890.  John lived in Greenheys and died in 1889.  Frederick was born at Stubbins, Ramsbottom in 1817 and died in 1874.  Henry James was born in Salford 1833.  He died in France in 1872.  Article covers the years 1787 - 1970 in Manchester, and Salford in Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 19 #3 July 1983, pgs 65-66[39]

Scots in Wigan area [no author].  In the early 1800s a sizeable Scottish colony was established at Cowbent near Wigan.  Rev. Alex Steill at St. Paul's Independent Chapel recorded place of origin of parents in baptismal entries.  Article covers the years 1809 - 1836 in Wigan, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 19 #3 July 1983, pgs 67-69[39]

Dixon extracts from the parish church of St. Helens, Merseyside, baptisms, contributed by Vanessa Dixon.  Baptism entries giving name of child, names of parents, residence and date. (Merseyside is a chapelry of Prescot formed in 1974).  Article covers the years 1837 - 1874 in Prescot, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 19 #3 July 1983, pg 70[39]

Robinson family bible, submitted by John A. Coupe.  Bible presented to Betty Robinson 23 September 1829.  Records births and deaths of Robinson and Hooton families.  Also some Kenworthy entries.  Article covers the years 1787 - 1879 in Manchester, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 19 #3 July 1983, pg 74[39]

Stray marriages at Preston Parish Church.

Liverpool strays - Richard Heysham & Elizabeth Harrison 29 August 1734

Robert Nelson & Mary Southern 24 October 1733

John Short & Ellen September 1733

Peter Pickup & Jennet Ingham 30 August 1733

Thomas Kay & Jennet Townsend 21 October 1731

Article covers the years 1731 - 1734 in Preston Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 19 #3 July 1983, pg 76[39]

Whipp family bible [no author].  William Whip (1854 - 1923) married Mary Ellen (1850 - 1921) at St. Matthews Burnley on 23 June 1883.  Their children: Ada (1885 - ) married John Aked 5 May 1915; Fred(1886 - ) married Sarah Ann Sheperd 2 October 1919; Herbert (1887 - 1888); Percy (1889 - 1889); Arthur (1890 - 1891).  Article covers the years 1850 - 1919 in Burnley, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 19 #3 July 1983, pg 78[39]

The Bromley (Rider) Will contributed by Peter Rogerson.  Mary Rider Bromley made her will 9 July 1832; it was proved 9 December 1834.  She mentions brothers John, James, Joseph, Thomas, and their children.  Other surnames mentioned are: Stopford, Travis, Grimshaw, Wood, Wharmby, Bradley, Pollit, Mills, Bensworth, Bertenshaw, Hulme, Pickford, Bakehouse, Backhouse, Beswick, Davenport, Knight, Turner, Tailor, Goodier, Willan, and Harrison.  Article covers the years 1825 - 1837 in Reddish, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 19 #3 July 1983, pg 84[39]

The Ashton family of Crosten, contributed by Charles Ashton.  The author describes his quest of proving his direct descent from Henry Ashton of Preston who died in 1668.  Surnames include: Lee, Lacy, Millington, Urswick, Standish, Hesketh, Twyford, Kitchin, Tirner, Barrow, Elleston, Gunson, Robinson, Royles, Billington, Ward, Cowell, Scott, Dean, and Holt.  Article covers the years 1407 - 1980 in Preston, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist 19 #4 October 1983, pgs 97-101[40]

The Dibb - Hepworth family contributed by Ian Watson.  Grace Dibb was born to Joseph Dibb, and Faith Hunt in 1889 at Droyslen.  The death of Joseph Dibb was reported in detail in Bury Times.  Article covers the years 1881 - 1892 in Ashton, Bury, Droysden, Openshaw in Lancashire, and London in Middlesex.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 19 #4 October 1983, pgs 104-106[40]

Manchester Catholic [no author].  From the Manchester Mercury is a list of 1793 Catholics who expressed loyalty to the king.  In alphabetical order by surname, and first initial.  Article covers the year 1790 in Manchester, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 19 #4 October 1983, pgs 109-110[40]

Volume 20 (1984)

Cetham's bluecoat school 1851 census - Manchester [no author].  A list of staff and students of Chetham Hospital, Hunts Bank.  Gives name, age, occupation, and residence.  Article covers the year 1851 in Manchester, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 20 #1 January 1984, pgs 5-6[41]

Droylsden landowners 1805 contributed by Ian Watson.  A list of landowners required to repair the road adjacent to his property.  Gives name, age, occupation, and residence.  Article cover in the year 1805 in Manchester, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 20 #1 January 1984, pgs 13-14[41]

The Suttons - a family of Carters contributed by Ian Watson.  Nathan Sutton was born to Samuel and Ann Sutton of Heaton Norris in 1797.  He had six sons: Samuel, John, Joseph, Nathan, James, and Thomas in Portwood.  Nathan had at least four brothers: Joseph, Samuel, Roger Broadhurst, and William.  Article covers the years 1797 - 1851 in Heaton-Norris, Manchester, and Stockport in Lancashire, and Portwood in Cheshire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 20 #1 January 1984, pgs 17-18[41]

Rudd family bible contributed by Mrs. M. S. Knowles.  John Thomas Rudd 1860 - 1923 married Mary Jane Osborne 25 December 1881.  Bible records births, deaths, and marriages.  Surnames are Jackson, Hindley, Dawber, Hoyle, Tucker, and Ray.  Article covers the years 1856 - 1939 in Salford, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 20 #1 January 1984, pg 23[41]

Policemen's enrollment records [no author].  An alphabetical list of policemen giving name, age, marital state, title, residence, where born.  Article covers the year 1851 in Manchester, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 20 #2 April 1984, pgs 31-34[42]

Jones family bible contributed by Mrs. L. B. Lane.  Extracts taken from the Peter Higson bible.  Sons and daughters of Jonathan Jones: Samuel born 14 May 1732; Richard born 2 February 1734 at Boothstown; Robert born 6 February 1736 at Worsley; Junor born 22 July 1739 at Eccles; John born 15 December 1741 at Eccles; Thomas born 8 January 1743/44 at Eccles; Sarah 13 April 1746 at Eccles; James born 2 July 1745 at Eccles, died 2 February 1750/51.  Some children of these persons are listed.  More Jones information recorded on loose papers.  Article covers the years 1608 - 1842 in Boothstown(Manchester), Worsley, Eccles, Swinton, and Clifton in Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 20 #3 July 1984, pg 60[43]

Scottish & Lancashire unions.  Lancashire Cavalry marriages 1797 - 1798: James Kerr/Sarah Burch 1 October 1797; Henry Siddon/Helen Douglas 29 Nov 1797; William Sharpless/Jean Mitchell 10 January 1798; William Massey/ Mary Robertson 21 January 1798; John Wriench/Dorothy Hansley 21 January 1798; William Lawton/Mary Scott 28 January 1798; Charles Simmester/Margaret Ross 1 April 1798; John Morris/Mary Roundhill 6 May 1798; Robert/Chadwick/Elizabeth Millar 13 May 1798; William Tatersell/Jean Thomson 23 May 1798.  Article covers the years 1797 - 1798 in parishes in Stirling.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 20 #3 July 1984, pgs 67-68[43]

Kendal Scottish burial ground register [no author].  List of Scottish persons giving only year of burial and name.  Article covers the years 1773 - 1836 in Kendal, Westmore.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 20 #3 July 1984, pg 70[43]

Memorials of Ashworth Chapel [Mr. J. D. Beckett].  Register missing from St. James Ashworth before 1813.  Monumental inscriptions will help researcher.  Fifty of the oldest mi's are included from 1777 to 1916.  Article covers the years 1777 - 1916 in Ashworth, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 20 #3 July 1984, pgs 73-77[43]

Manchester Strays (as supplied by B. C. Genealogical Soc., Box 94371., Richmond B. C., Canada).  Entry may give name, birth date birthplace death date, death place, age, relationship, burial place, address in cemetery, or occupation.  Article covers the years 1850 - 1973 in various parishes in Lancashire, England and British Columbia, Canada.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 20 #3 July 1984, pgs 77-78[43]

The Rev. William Haslam (1768 - 1839) contributed Leonard N. Kidd.  William Haslam son of Thomas and Anne Haslam, was born 9 June 1768 at Little Bolton.  He married Ann date unknown.  He died 30 December 1839 at Hanley.  Article covers the years 1747 - 1891 in Bolton, Manchester in Lancashire, and in Shelton, Hanley in Staffordshire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 20 #3 July 1984, pgs 79-80[43]

1801 Census of Elton, and Bury [no author].  Each entry gives name of head of household, place of abode, males, females, and total in each family.  Article covers the year 1801 in Elton, and Bury in Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 20 #4 October 1984, pgs 95-98[44]

The Radcliffes - a legendary link contributed by Mrs. Barbara M. Lees.  The author has documents in her possession from which she compiled a family tree beginning with Anthony Radcliffe and Lady Helen Beaumont.  Surnames include Rome, Dalrymble, Henderson, Crosby, Little, McNeil, Marr, McCullan, Webb, Saunders, Webb, and Brockman.  Article covers the years 1100 - 1979 in Kelhead, Dumfries.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 20 #4 1984, pgs 99-102[44]

Kendrick family bible contributed by Philip J. Powell.  Copied from a bible on sale in Carnforth. Thomas Kendrick born 12 December 1844; John Kendrick born 25 April 1851; Peter Edward Kendrick born 30 May 1854 died 25 February 1855; Robert Kendrick born 4 September 1857 died 20 December 1860; Martha Ellen Kendrick born 15 August 1862. Died 13 June 1851; Amy Elizabeth Kendrick born 4 March 1890; Ellen Kendrick died 19 November 1851.  Article covers the years 1844 - 1890 in England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 20 #4 1984, pg 104[44]

The Dinwiddie and Grant families contributed by A. V. Marlow.  James Dinwiddie married Sarah Wilkinson.  They had one daughter Elizabeth born in 1783 and christened in Manchester Cathedral.  She married Ebenezer Whittenbury and they had six sons.  William and Grace Grant came to Manchester in 1783 with three sons and a daughter.  They were from Scotland.  Article covers the years 1750 - 1833 in Manchester, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 20 #4 1984, pgs 105-108[44]

Volume 21 (1985)

Reverend William Haslam (1768 - 1819) and the Bakewell connection contributed by Graeme J. Haigh.  John Bakewell, son of Thomas and Ann Keys was baptized 21 September 1802 and married Mary Ann Haslam, daughter of William Haslam.  They had two children, Robert Hall Bakewell and Caroline Annie Bakewell.  John died 26 October 1863.  Mary Ann died at Fenton (Stoke area) 5 February 1866.  Article covers the years 1761 - 1908 in Norfolk, Virginia, USA, England, and Onehngg, Auckland, New Zealand.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 21 #1 January 1985, pgs 2-5[45]

Listing of Victorian (Australia) Tombstones recording Manchester as birthplace or late residence [no author].  Surnames include Adamson, Mackie, Tetley, Watkins, McKeand, Wright, Wrigley, Cannon, Veale, Ashton, Poole, Prestwich, Hesketh, Davies, Smith, Booth, and Farley.  Entry gives name, death date, age, and place of birth.  Article covers the years 1794 - 1979 in Melbourne, Victoria.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 21 #1 January 1985, pgs 6-7[45]

Deaths in the immigrants home, Melbourne between 1869-1890.  Entry gives name, date of death, age, cause of death, and length of stay in the home.  Birthplace of all but is Lancashire.  Article covers the years 1869 - 1890 in Melbourne, Victoria.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 21 #1 January 1985, pg 7[45]

Darcy/D'Arcy from Ireland - ? - Salford contributed by Joan D'Arcy Willcock.  Charles D'Arcy 1852 - 1922 was born at Salford to Matthew and Ellen Grimshaw D'Arcy.  He married Sarah Ann Brierley at Eccles - in 1874.  Descendants include surnames: Calshaw, Chadwick, Spencer, Smith, and England.  Article covers the years 1797-1980 in Salford, and Manchester in Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 21 #1 January 1985, pgs 8-9[45]

South African grave inscriptions submitted by Graham G. Robinson.  Entries of these killed or died of disease in Manchester regiment during the Boer War.  Listed are names, company & rank, & date of death.  Article covers the years 1899 - 1901 in various cemeteries in various counties in South Africa.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 21 #1 January 1985, pgs 13-14[45]

Simpson family of Ennardale Cumb and the Middleton family of Corney, Bootle and Grosforth.  Compiled by Pauline Cohen July 1984.  Two family trees compiled from grovestone inscriptions: Roger 1730 - 1797 and Grace Middleton and their descendants and Joseph Simpson 1697 Eleanor Burnyeat married 1731 and thie descendants.  Surnames include: Moor, Tyson, Lindall or Lindale, Huddlestone, Little, Dixon, Windross, Schmid, Thomson, Wood, Cookson, Poole, Forester, Sutton, Bennion, and Whitworth.  Article covers the years 1697 - 1951 in Booth, Churchyard, Cumbria, and Ennerdale.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 21 #1 January 1985, pgs 15-16[45]

1801 Census of Elton, Bury, cont. 1801 census alphabetical listing Rostron to Yates.  Gives name, address, males, females, total in each family.  Article covers the year 1801 in Bury, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 21 #1 January 1985, pg 17[45]

A Bolton Wanderer or how much family legend is truth or fiction? contributed by David Carter.  Edward Cooper Warburton was born 5 October 1840 to George and Ann Cooper Warburton at Bolton.  He married Sarah Ashley.  They had a son, George, and 4 daughters Amy, Annie Ellen, Emily, and Ada.  Edward died 30 March 1889 at Horwich.  A family tree is included.  Surnames include: Pemberton, Swalwell, Davis, Clarice, Tatlow, Darlison, Clarke, Michael, and Brolley.  Article covers the year 1840 in Bolton, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 21 #2 April 1985, pgs 37-38, 40[46]

Ancestors in the 1801 Elton census returns contributed by Andrew A. Todd.  Robert Lowe of Dean's Bottom lived in Heaton (Deane parish) until 1703 when he moved to Hinds.  Christopher Langstroth (someimes spelled Lansbrough) moved to Bury in 1738 from Ribblesdale, West Riding.  Christopher's son John married first Ann Fitton (1804) and second James Unsworth (1821).  Both at St. Peters.  Article covers the years 1703 - 1821 in Elton, Lancashire, and Ribblesdale, Yorkshire (West Riding).  Article in The Machester Genealogist v. 21 #2 April 1985, pg 39[46]

Levi Sudworth's family bible contributed by Glory A. Welch.  Edwin Winstanley b. 27 August 1815 died 3 June 1875.  Ann Winstanley (wife) b. 10 January 1814 died 27 Sept _ 68 years.  Mary Winstanley b. 10 January 1837 died 7 May 1838.  Charles Winstanley b. December 7, 1839.  Edwin Sudworth b. 18 March 1850.  Sarah Alice Sudworth b. 22 May 1854.  Levi Sudworth b. 6 June 1817 died May 12 1877.  Charlotte Sudworth b. 10 May 1818 died Aug 28 aged 79 years.  Hanna Sudworth b. 28 May 1847.  Elijah Sudworth b. 6 January 1853.  Edwin Sudworth married Sarah Alice Williams 9 Oct. 1875 at St. Phillips, Salford.  Article covers the years 1783 - 1877 in Salford, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 21 #2 April 1985, pg 47[46]

Persons mentioned in certain Lancashire wills with relationships to testator [no author]

The wills of Thomas Whitehead of Claughton 1694

Thomas Whitehead of Claughton 1728

William Noar of Pilling 1796

David Hawthornwaite of Forton Moor Head 1834

Article covers the years 1694 - 1834 in Claughton, Pilling, and Forton in Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 21 #2 April 1985, pg 52[46]

Wards and Lords in Middleton and points south contributed by Dr. John C. Ward.  Abraham Lord was born 22 January 1834 at Eccles and died 19 September 1909 at Middleton.  He married Eliza Ward at cheetham and second Amanda Mary Lord.  He fathered seven children, one boy, and six girls.  Article covers the years 1834 - 1947 in Eccles, Lancashire, England, and Manly, New South Wales, Australia.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 21 #3 July 1985, pgs 73-74[47]

The Siddall riddle contributed by G. R. Allen.  Levi was baptized 25 December 1822 at Ashton Parish Church.  His parents are John & Mary Siddall.  Another Siddell is traced but no relationship was determined.  Aaron Whitehead Siddall married Eliza Anne Neld in Manchester in 1857.  They had no issue but Aaron had two brothers Edward and James, and a sister Elizabeth.  Article covers the years 1796 - 1905 in Ashton, Cheshire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 21 #3 July 1985, pgs 78-80[47]

An account of the Topham family contributed Mrs. B. Topham.  A narrative history of descendants of Robert Topham and Isabel Grill who married 6 October 1741 at St. Helen's, Gartstang.  Robert died 1792 Isabel in 1796.  Article covers the years 1741 - 1983 in Garstang, Sarnacre, and Wray in Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 21 #3 July 1985, pgs 81-85[47]

Notes in a family bible contributed by Mrs. Cave - Browne - Cave.  Richard Riley born January 8 1809.  Ann Riley born April 20 1810.  Elizabeth Riley born June 10 1812.  Jane Riley born January 19 1815.  Richard Edleston born October 7 1820.  Richard & Jane Edleston were married at Preston July 7 1842.  Pickering Butterworth Edleston born August 28 1845 at Bolton.  George Edleston born at Leeds July 27, 1849.  Jane Ellen Edleston born 26 June 1849 Leeds.  Died 12 May 1854 Preston.  Alfred Edwards Edleston born 3 November 1855 Headinley, Leeds.  William Edleston Riley - died - no date.  Ellen Riley died 28 June 1841.  Ann Stories (Riley) died February 1853 at Preston.  Jane Ellen Edleston died 12 May 1854 at Lower Broughton.  Jane Edleston (Riley) 22 ? 1858.  Elizabeth Wild born May... Richard Edleston and Elizabeth Wild married at Heywood 3 November 1859.  Edith Hanna Edleston born 24 August, 1860.  Article covers the years 1809 - 1860 in Heywood, and Bolton in Lancashire, and in Leeds, and Preston in Yorkshire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 21 #3 July 1985, pg 86[47]

Strays - Extracts from Leeds Intelligencer & Mercury 1791 - 96 contributed by Mrs. Dorothy King.  Marriages of Manchester people in Leeds.  Surnames are: Kayel/Rogers, Milne/Bell, Dunderdale/Potter, Kraus/Garnett, Spear/Hird, Bentley/Mason, Bradley, Bingley.  Deaths: Rev. John Upton, Mrs. Hibbert, Thomas Vincent, Mrs. John Markland.  Article covers the years 1791 - 1796 in Manchester, Lancashire, and in Leeds, Yorkshire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 21 #4 October 1985, pg 101[48]

Volume 22 (1986)

St. Thomas, Ardwick - marriages 1742 - 1753 [no author].  List of marriages giving date, groom's name, groom's residence, bride's name, bride's residence, bride's marital condition, groom's trade and whether by license.  Article covers the years 1742 - 1753 in Ardwick, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 22 #1 January 1986, pgs 4-6[49]

Names of men in the township of Worsley qualified to serve on juries 1830 contributed by Marjorie Pollard.  Limited to men 21-60 who owned property worth 10 pounds a year or rented property worth 30 pounds a year.  List gives name, residence and trade.  Article covers the year 1830 in Worsley, and Eccles, Lancashire.  Article inThe Manchester Genealogist v. 22 #1 January 1986, pgs 9-10[49]

Three generations of a Kenney family submitted by Mr. John Raymond Hall.  John Kenney was born 1823.  He married Katherine Kelly, daughter of Timothy Kelly and Mary Bresneran. Both were born in Ireland.  They had three sons and two daughters.  John died 6 March 1875 at 52 years of age.  Catherine emigrated to Fall River Massachusetts with her five children.  She married Richard Thacker, 62 on 16 January 1876 at age 43. She died in 1896.  This narrative follows her children.  Article covers the years 1823 - 1919 in Ashton, Cheshire, England, and in Fall River, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 22 #1 January 1986, pgs 20-23[49]

Walter Featherstone (senior) contributed by Mark Tapping.  Walter Featherstone was born 9 May 1850 to James and Mary Featherstone at Ardwick.  He was baptized at St. Thomas on 21 July 1850.  He married Rebecca Schofield 2 June 1873 at Fulham, St. James Church.  They had six children.  Rebecca died in 1904.  He married Harriette and they had one son.  Walter died in 8 October 1929.  Article covers the years 1850 - 1946 in Ardwick, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 22 #2 April 1986, pgs 38-40[50]

A Horrox family contributed by Conrad Horrox.  A listing of six generations of Horrox families giving name, occupation, birth year, date married, year died and age.  Article covers the years 1711 - 1937 in Eccles, Failsworth, and Manchester in Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 22 #2 April 1986, pgs 40-41[50]

My favorite ancestor contributed by Doug Davis.  Iowerth Davis married Betty Platt, daughter of Joshua and Mary Platt in 1821 of Stalybridge in 1821.  They had nine children.  Iowerth died 3 November 1876 and buried at Bethel Chapel Churchyard.  Article covers the years 1816-1876 in Birmingham, Warwickshire, and in Stalybridge, Cheshire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 22 #2 April 1986, pgs 42-43[50]

Extract from bible concerning Crocker family of Hyde, Cheshire contributed by Marjorie Bryan.  John Kenyon born October 28, 1822.  Betty Kenyon born December 28, 1829.  Their children: Mary Kenyon born March 9, 1854; Walter Kenyon born October 4 1855; Ellen Kenyon born March 8, 1858.  Article covers the years 1822 - 1858 in Stalybridge, Cheshire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 22 #2 April 1986, pg 55[50]

Extract from bible concerning Crocker family of Hyde, Cheshire contributed by Marjorie Bryan.  Edmund Crocker was born July 17, 1837.  Jane Crocker was born December 10, 1839.  Mary Jane Crocker was born November 24, 1847.  Hannah Crocker was born October 29, 1856.  Article covers the years 1812 - 1849 in Hyde, Cheshire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 22 #2 April 1986, pg 56[50]

Did your ancestor embroider a sampler? by Mrs. E. Frame.  John Leigh married Lydia Leigh married Lydia Bate December 8, 1786.  They had seven children.  Their daughter Martha married Thomas Green July 4, 1825.  They had five children.  Article covers the years 1786 - 1910 in of Manchester, Lancashire and parishes in Lymm, and Cardishead.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 22 #3 July 1986, pg 85[51]

Family history: Henry Shuttleworth 1831 - 1912 contributed by Mr. Frank Shuttleworth.  Henry Shuttleworth was born 25 March 1831.  He joined the army at 16 and was released when he was 22.  He joined the police force and served for fifty years.  He married Leah in 1857.  They had nine sons and two daughters and died in 1912.  Article covers the years 1831 - 1912 in the parishes of Manchester, Northenden, and Salford in Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 22 #3 July 1986, pgs 87-88[51]

Family history: Culcheth/Croft - Ratcliffes are: 1678 - 1820 submitted by John Ratcliffe.  Alternate spellings of Ratcliffe are: Ratlife, Radelcliff, Rattlief, Ractcliffe, and Rattelive.  The author has extracted or the Ratcliffe baptism entries and assembled them into possible families.  Article covers the years 1678 - 1820 in Culceth and Croft, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 22 #4 October 1986, pgs 114-115[52]

Allanson bible submitted by Mr. John A. Chambers.  John Allanson was born 1785 died January 8, 1840.  Mary Ann Allanson born 1797 died March 7, 1862.  They had five children.  Descendants are listed.  Article covers the years 1500 - 1856 in Eccles, Ardwick, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 22 #4 October 1986, pgs 123-124[52]

Lancaster [Anne Giller].  Hannah Lancaster died 14 February 1847.  Wife of John Lancaster.  Benjamin Lancaster born January 8, 1790.  Henry Lancaster born January 1769 died April 22, 1845.  William Lancaster born middle April 1771.  Died May 29, 1847.  Christopher Lancaster born 14 August 1773.  Thomas Lancaster born February 1776.  Died March 16, 1846.  Peggy Lancaster born 1778.  Mary Lancaster born August 14, 1781.  Alice Lancaster born May 28, 1783.  Ellen Lancaster born 1787.  Chris Lancaster.  Article covers the years 1789 - 1846 in Hapton, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 22 #4 October 1986, pg 124[52]

A Cockney in Salford: Henry Shearing submitted by Mrs. B. W. Hall.  "Harry" Shearing married Lavina Lawton.  5 children and second Mary Motterhead, six children.  John died in 1896 at 45 years of age.  "Harry" became a fireman.  Article covers the years 1757 - 1896 in Salford, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 22 #4 October 1986, pg 126[52]

Volume 23 (1987)

Emigration to Australia in 1862 by Mr. Keith Harrop.  John Harrop emigrated to Australia in 1862.  He married in Maryborough then returned to Oldham in 1869.  He died in 1909 and his wife in 1918.  They are buried in Greenacres cemetery.  Article covers the years 1862 - 1918 in Oldham, Lancashire, England and in Maryborough, Queensland, Australia.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 23 #1 January 1987, pgs 16-17[53]

Crew list of the passenger ship "Sultana" 4 August 1862 out of Plymouth bound for Brisbane, Australia [no author].  List of crew and passenger aboard the "Sultana" 4 August 1862 bound for Australia.  Gives name, age, place of birth, and position.  Article covers the year 1862 in Plymouth, Devon, England, and in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 23 #1 January 1987, pg 18[53]

The Diggle family of Prestwich by Mr. Ian McAlpine.  Robert Diggle was baptized 31 July 1700, born to Robert Diggle and Ann Oldham at Prestwich.  His parents were married in 1687 and had eleven children.  Article covers the years 1381 - 1983 in Prestwich, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 23 #1 January 1987, pgs 20-21[53]

The Silver Spoon by A. Morrison.  James Morrison emigrated to America and later sent for his wife Mary Thornley and his son Harry.  Another son Lawrence was born in 1887 in Baltimore.  Mary and her children were visiting England when James died in 1900.  They stayed in England.  The author researching the family discovered that James Morrison was actually Napthaly Hirsch Levy and married under that name.  Article covers the years 1871 - 1972 in Bolton, Lancashire, England, and in Baltimore, Maryland, USA.  Article in The Manchester v. 23 #1 January 1987, pgs 25-27[53]

Legend of the Outlaw family by Mr. Keith Shone.  Thomas Outlaw married Ann Pell.  They had two sons before Thomas deserted his family.  He was traced to Windemere where he was living inder the name of Aufrere.  No dates are given, Article covers the years 1476 - 1861 in Bolton, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 23 #1 January 1987, pgs 46-48[53]

The miracle year by Marjorie Pollard.  Benjamin Challinor was baptized in Cheadle on 24 April 1794.  Mary Wood was baptized 3 June 1791 at Rainford Chapel in Prescott.  They were married 16 February 1823 by license at St. Mary's in Manchester.  Article covers the years 1791 - 1823 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, and in the parish of Cheadle, Straffordshire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 23 #2 April 1987, pg 83[54]

Family connections with the co-op by Joan Ratcliffe.  William Partington was born 1821 to James and Ann Partington baptized: at Deane.  Article covers the years 1821 - 1905 in Farnsworth, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 23 #2 April 1987, pgs 115-116[54]

Ten Victorian in memoriam by Agnes Cox.  Cards announcing the deaths of James Derbyshire 1856; Mary Bennett 1863; Elizabeth Slater 1866; Mother Mary Winifride, Joseph Lynch 1867; Catherine Clarke, 1870: William Lamb 1875; Ethel May Eckersley, 1885; Sarah Morris 1886; James Eckersley 1888; John Howarth 1890.  Article covers the years 1856 - 1890 in Bolton, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 23 #2 April 1987, pgs 116-117[54]

Children sold into slavery - Are these your ancestors? By Mrs. I. L. Williams.  A list of forty-two children ages 6-14 gives names and age.  Five volunteers are also listed with thier names and ages 15-17.  Article covers the year 1791 in the parishes of Alverstoke, Hampshire, and in Manchester, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 23 #3 July 1987, pgs 174-175[55]

Letters to Streford: a detective story by Mrs. C. Francis.  A narrative of a search for background regarding letters written during the Napoleonic Wars.  A brief family tree is given of the children of James Hulme 1760 - 1825 and Jane Brownhill who died in 1827.  Article covers the years 1753-1985 in Stretford, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 23 #3 July 1987, pgs 179-184[55]

Venture into Medieval genealogy by Ian McAlpine.  The author gives a detailed description of how he traced his Ravald family into Medieval times.  He includes facsmilies of a will, etching of Manchester in the 15th century and a sketch of coins 1461 - 1486.  Article covers the years 1348 - 1839 in Manchester, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 23 #3 July 1987, pgs 185-195[55]

St. Peters Church, Parr, St. Helens - baptisms & marriages from Parish Magazine 1889 & 1890 [no author].  Listings give date and names.  To be continued.  Article covers the years 1889 - 1890 in Parr, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genelaogist v. 23 #3 July 1987, pgs 197-199[55]

The first census Breightmet township by Mr. A. Ashworth.  Listing of head of family, total in each family, no. of family employed in agriculture, no. of each family employed in manufactures, persons in each family no employed in preceding.  Some families have added information added.  Article covers the year 1801 in Bolton, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 23 #3 July 1987, pgs 208-213[55]

Crooks of Tockholes and Bolton by Sheila Crook.  Three generations of the descendants of Joshua Crook and Mary Neville are given.  Joshua and Mary were married 28 February 1813 at Blackburn parish church.  Surnams are: Orrell, Rushton, Higson and Knott.  Article covers the years 1611 - 1897 in Bolton, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 23 #3 July 1987, pgs 214-216[55]

People involved in building a bridge at Berwick upon Tweed, 1634 (or 7) contributed by Betty Green Halgh.  A list of men and women giving surname only and listed under trade.  Article covers the years 1634 - 1637 in Berwick, Sussex.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 23 #3 July 1987, pgs 235-236[55]

Roll of Honor - Longshight Wesleyan Church and Sunday School 1918 [no author].  A list of those killed in action, died of wounds or of sickness - gives name, where died and date.  Another alphabetical listing is given of those on active service name only and discharged list by name only.  Article covers the years 1914 - 1918 in Longsight, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 23 #4 October 1987, pgs 263-265[56]

Parrot Family Bible-  John Mills.  Lists births marriages and deaths of descendants of John Parrot who married Louisa Ward, 26 December 1894.  No places are mentioned. Surnames are: Rigby, Foster, Fougler, Tomlinson and Rimmer.  Article covers the years 1894 - 1929 in parishes that are not named.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 23 #4 October 1987, pg 267[56]

Some of the Congregation of the Society of Friends in 1831.  Listing gives name, residence, occupation and relationships.  Article covers the year 1831 in parishes in England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 23 #4 October 1987, pgs 268-269[56]

The Rivald Family of Manchester and Kersal 1483 - 1548 by Ian McAlpine.  Narrative dicussed how information was obtained.  Illustrated with fascimile of deed.  Sketches of coins and drawing of Chetham's college.  Article covers the years 1483 - 1548 in Manchester, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 23 #4 October 1987, pgs 273-279[56]

Family history roadshow: 'My lords, ladies and gentlemen, pray silence for..." by Joan Holding.  Henry Hall, a day waiter aged 34 was found in the Bridgewater Canal near Longford Bridge.  Included is a photograph signed and dated May 10th 1892.  Article covers the years 1891 - 1894 in Stretford, Lancashire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 23 #4 October 1987, pg 287-289[56]

My Scott's ancestry by Peter Winton Hall.  Thomas Hall, son of John Betty Hall, was baptized 8 February 1801 in Birdhopecraig Presbyterian Churc.  He married Janet Henderson of Morebattle.  They had eight children at Oxnam.  Robert King, son of Hugh King King and Agnes White, was born in Cockburnspath, Berwickshire and baptized 25 December 1793.  He married Elizabeth Cooper of Coldstream.  They had at least four children born in Scotland.  John Dent was born 10 May 1832 at Felling.  He married Jessie Stewart.  They had ten children.  Jessie Dent was born 7 October 1866 and married Robert Adam Hall 22 December 1899. Thomas Winton married Janet Craig 3 May 1822.  Their son Peter married Jane Sandilands and son Thomas married Betsy Hill 18 June 1870.  James Mor or James Roy born 1696 is known as Drummon and had fourteen children, possibly in Edinburgh.  The author claim descendancy from Rob Roy.  Article covers the years 1696 - 1932 in the parish of Edinburgh, Midlothian, the parish of Oxham, Roxburgh in Scotland, and in the parish of Felling, Durham, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 23 #4 October 1987, pg 305-307[56]

Naval recruits: Yorkshire North Riding 1795 - 1797 - Quota men - Scots [no author].  List of volunteers by area.  Gives name, age, where from, area serving; where enrolled and trade.  Article covers the years 1795 - 1797 in various parishes in Yorkshire, and East Riding.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 23 #4 October 1987, pg 308[56]

Volume 24 (1988)

Letters to a great niece 1964 - 1972 by Sheila Crook.  John Stones son of Matthew and Mary Ann Makinson, was born 1879.  He married in Bolton and had two daughters. His sister Ann was born in Bolton in 1901.  She married Thoams Holt and they had two sons.  John emigrated to Australia between 1906 - 1910.  Ann emigrated to Australia and had two more children.  Ann Stones Holt died December 1972.  Article covers 1879 - 1972 in the parish Bolton, Lancashire, England, and in the parish of Perth, Western Australian, Australia.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 24 #1 January 1988, pgs 33-35[57]

Snippet and thought from the diary of Ellen Haslam by Chris Gregory.  Ellen Halsam, daughter of John and Sarah Haslam was born on 10 November 1869 at Bolton John and Sarah had fourteen children before he died at age 53.  Article covers the years 1829 - 1895 in the parishes of Bolton, Lancashire, and in Malpas, Cheshire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 24 #1 January 1988, pgs 35-37[57]

Item from 'Mary borough standard' newspaper 20 October 1910 (Victoria Australia) Golden wedding Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jones by Eileen Jones.  Joseph Jones was born in 1836 at Blackrod near Bolton a son of John Jones and Ann Darbyshire.  He married Elizabeth Rowland in October 1860.  They had eleven children.  Joseph died 11 November 1911.  Elizabeth died in 1930.  Article covers the years 1836 - 1979 in the parishes of Talbot, Victoria, Australia and Blackrod, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 24 #1 January 1988, pgs 37-40[57]

Scots in Wales: School attendence 1912.  19 English; 19 Welsh, 13 Scotch, 3 Irish...  During the building of the Alwen Reservoir Dam, Denbeigh.  List of students giving name, year born, previous school, and parent or guardian.  Article covers the years 1898 - 1912 in the county of Denbigh and Wale.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 24 #1 January 1988, pg 45[57]  

Mount Pleasant Scotch Secession Church formerly worshipping in Gloucester Street, Liverpool Baptisms part III.  A list of baptisms giving child's name, parents names and date February through Jane.  Surnames are: McDowal, Moore, McGuffie, Stewart, McKenzie, Crawford, Gowldie, Stewart, Inglis, Lindsay, Rainford, Bryce, Kemp and Mason.  Article covers the year 1812 in the parish of Liverpool, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 24 #1 January 1988, pg 49[57]

Bound for Canada by Mr. M. J. Gandy.  From 1881 Census listed as immigrants waitin for embarkation to Canada.  Heads of house, age, where born are listed from Ireland, Scoland and England.  Surnames are: Mears, Watson, Johnson, Fraser, Grimnon, Armstrong, Kenney, Walsh, Lords, Hollowell, Drake, Avitt, Walsh, Trussell, Jones, Reynolds, Kelly, Hall, Quinn, Keilley, Kerr, McCrudden, Garry, Mulloney, Baker, Leman, Sullivan, Sommerville, Brown and Fleming.  Article covers the year 1851 in the parish of Chadwell, Essex, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 24 #1 January 1988, pg 52[57]

A compilation of strays from the burial register St John's Church, Longsight by Milly Taylor.  Listed by place of origin, name, burial date, and age.  Article covers the years 1847 - 1905 in the parish of Longsight, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 24 #2 April 1988, pgs 85-86[58]

Every picture tells a story by Mr and Mrs. Eric E. Mather.  A photograph shows James Heaton Family (c1890).  Identified are: Priscilla 1858 - 1934, Hannah 1859 - , Mary Jane 1862 - , Elizabeth Alice 1865 - 1930, Lily 1867 - 1923, Thomas 1870 - 1936, Margaret Ellex 1872 - 1936, Rachel Ann 1874 - 1960, Nancy 1879 - 1963.  (father) James 1837 - 1912 (mother) Ellen Townley 1836 - 1916.  Article covers the years 1836 - 1963 in the parish of Bolton, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 24 #2 April 1988, pgs 89-90[58] 

Revd. Hutchinson by Moera McNaughton.  A photograph of Rev. Hutchinson taken in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  He was in Wales 1920 - 1921.  He lived with a George and Venna Hutchinson in the USA.  Article covers the years 1919 - 1921 in the parishes of Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States, Manchester and Hale, Lancashire, England, and Abergele, Denbeigh, Wales.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 24 #2 April 1988, pg 90[58]

The Prestwich hearch tax returns of 1663 by fan McAlpine.  A list of hearth tax returns for Prestwich gives name and name and number of hearths.  Article covers the years 1662 - 1673 in the Prestwich, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 24 #2 April 1988, pgs 96-98[58]

[Bookmark].  Found on a bookmark in a donation to Lancashire Library in Preston: Mary Taylor died at Preston... buried December 21 1771.  Catherine Taylor died at Leigh... February 13, 1775.  Eliz. Taylor died July 15, 1778.  Thos Dixon died January 24, 1796 aged about 54 years.  Article covers the years 1771 - 1778 in the country of England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 24 #2 April 1988, pg 99[58]

Mount Pleasant Scotch Secession Church continued.  Baptisms July 1912 to December 1912 gives child's name, parents names and baptism date.  Surnames are: Stewart, Orphat, Rigby, Farrier, Wilson, McMurrie, Stott, Forsyth, Cairns, Mann, Paterson, McMillan, Knubly, Anderson, Dirom?, and Murray.  Article covers the year 1812 in the parish of Liverpool, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 24 #2 April 1988, pg 120[58]

The apprenticeship of Peter Newton.  Peter Newton was born 1 July 1796 and began his apprenticeship 11 November 1809 for four years to William Gillespie, gardner at Langley Park.  Peter is a son of Alexander Newton.  Article covers the years 1809 - 1831 in the parishes of Brechin and Dun, Angus, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 24 #2 April 1988, pgs 121-122[58]

Lancashire cricketers by Malcolm Morimer.  A list of cricket players giving when known: name, dates played for Lancashire, date and place born, death details.  Article covers the years 1867 - 1937 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 24 #3 July 1988, pgs 158-159[59]

Pickering bible by Mary Turner.  William Pickering born 23 June 1853, John Pickering 28 February 1855, Peter Pickering 8 May 1860, Samuel Pickering, Thomas Pickering 8 August, Martha Pickering 21 April 1867, Elizabeth Pickering 27 October 1871.  Article covers the years 1853 - 1817.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 24 #3 July 1988, pg 160[59] 

The list of Quakers in Lancashire and Cheshire c1670.  An abstract of names of Quakers who had been convicted as Popish Recusants.  List by parish, name and trade.  Article covers the year 1670 in the counties of Lancashire and Cheshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 24 #3 July 1988, pgs 164-165[59]

Manchester cathedral marriage register 1.1.1829 to 31.12.1831 submitted by C.J. Potter.  John Holland formerly of Manchester married Jane March formerly of Lisbon, Portugal 21 May 1826 in Rio de Janiero.  Article covers the years 1826 - 1831 in the parishes of Manchester, Lancashire, England, Rio de Janiero, Rio de Janiero, Brazil, and Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 24 #3 July 1988, pgs 165-166[59]

The Eccles and Monton hearth tax returns of 1666 by Ian McAlpine.  A listing of head of house hearth tax payers.  Gives name and number of hearths.  Surnames are: Valentine, Hartley, Mynshal, Hayes, Baguley, Heawit, Travis, Markland, Whiltle, Williamson, Pimblott, Leaver, Pollit, Smith, Rider, Greenes, Bent, Heaton, Gec, Erlam, Widdall, Ollive, Tonge, Flydes, Hulton, Rogers, and Filds.  Article covers the years 1663 - 1666 in the parishes of Eccles and Monton, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 24 #3 July 1988, pgs 173-174[59]

Kelly bible by Mary Winstanley Land.  Entries from a notebook: William Kelly 1789 - , Caroline Kelly 1788 - 1839 Eliza Kelly 1814 - , Edwin Kelly 1818 - , 1839 aged 12, Williams Kelly 1822 - 1839, Daniel Kelly 1825 - , Emma Kelly 1830 - , Mary Jane 1843 - , Phoebe Kelly 1843 - .  Article covers the years 1788 - 1849 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 24 #4 October 1988, pg 244[60]

The Poll tax by Angela Barlow.  A discussion of the Poll Tax with a sample list included.  It gives name, whether married and amount of tax.  Article covers the years 1381 - 1841 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 24 #4 October 1988, pg 244[60] 

A listing from a book of in-memoriam cards found in an old house at Strathmore, a Suburb of Melbourne, Australia by Jennifer Carter.  Joseph Taylor died 16 January 1871, Alfred Taylor died 18 January 1871 (sons of George and Susan Taylor), John Hewitt Russel died 24 June 1889, Richard Sutcliffe Hardman died 12 February 1866, Hanna Royds died 19 May 1879, Albert Royds died 22 February 1890, George Taylor 1834 - 22 March 1888, William Taylor died 17 July 1881, John Lord died 4 September 1872, Susan Lord died 24 December 1868, Betty Russell died 25 October 1871, James Lord died 17 June 1862, Abraham Mills died 7 July 1855, Ann Mills died 27 November 1877, Betty Fielding died 24 August 1862, William Taylor died 9 July 1876, Simeon Barnford died 23 November 1868.  Article covers the years 1871 - 1890 in the parishes of Rochdale, Milnrow, and Spotland, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 24 #4 October 1988, pgs 249-250[60] 

Fletcher bible by D. King.  Samuel Fletcher 15 March 1877 given by Chas. E. Redfern.  Mary Ann Fletcher born 28 July 188*, John Fletcher born 27 March 1882, Joseph Fletcher born 15 May 1885.  Article covers the years 1877 - 1885.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 24 #4 October 1988, pg 256[60]

Who was my Anne Compton?  by Eleanor B. Conary.  Peter Hardie, son of William and Christian Reid Hardie, was born 16 September 1805 in Harbert, Scotland.  He married Anne Compton 24 February 1834 at Manchester.  They had six children.  Surnames are: Dunn and Johnson.  Article covers the years 1777 - 1886 in the parishes of Manchester, Lancashire, England, and Larbert, Stirling, and Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 24 #4 October 1988, pgs 257 and 260[60]

Volume 25 (1989)

So grandfather came from manchester?  by Maurice Handcock.  Henry Holloway married Sarah Cartwright 27 June 1859 at Manchester Cathedral.  They had one child and were divorced 27 February 1877.  He married Mary Jane Mason 25 October 1879 at Chorlton upon Medlock.  They had three children before Harry died 25 July 1884 at Mickleover.  Article covers the years 1840 - 1907 in the parishes of Manchester and Chorlton upon Medlock, Lancashire, and Mickleover, Derbyshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 25 #1 January 1989, pgs 3-5[61]

Ladies Jubilee School by Mrs. J. Simpson.  A brief history of Ladies Jubilee School.  Includes the 1851 census list of the students.  From gravestones at St. Lukes Cheetham Hill Graveyard the following: Isabella Bullough d. 10 February 1870 12 yrs; Harriet Ann Grimshawe d. 25 October 1878 15 1/2 yrs; Mary Clarke 25 August 1879 15 yrs; Janet Johnson d. 15 November 1883 16 yrs Bertha Garner b. 26 February 1895 d. 28 June 1907; Beatrice Johnson b. 13 October 1915 d. 3 September 1921.  Article covers the years 1806 - 1958 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 25 #1 January 1989, pgs 9-10[61]

Transatlantic connections by Mr. P. Hodges.  John Gardiner Hodges was baptized 16 April 1820 at Much Cowarne near Hereford son of John Hodges and Mary Gardiner.  He married Jane Leech at Islington in 1851.  They had at least five children.  Article covers the years 1685 - 1953 in the parishes of Hereford, Herefordshire, and Islington, Middlesex, England, and in the counties of New York, Louisiana, and California, United States.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 25 #1 January 1989, pgs 19-21[61]

The petition of Richard Markland of Pendleton 1712 by Ian McAlpine.  Richard Markland and Phoebe Holden were married at Eccles in 1680.  They had at least six children, five of whom were born at Pendleton.  Surnames are: Berry, Chapman, and Wroe.  Article covers the years 1589 - 1826 in the parishes of Eccles and Pendleton, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 25 #1 January 1989, pgs 29-33[61]

Davies family bible by Joan Davies.  Henry Davies born 2 May 1841 married Sarah Ann Davies, born 24 January 1839 on 3 August 1862.  They had twelve children: William 1863, Mary 1865, William 1866, Hugh 1868, John 1870, Henry 1872, Mary Ellen 1874, James 1874, Aaron Manley 1878, Frank 1880, Sarah Ann 1883.  Surnames are: Unsworth, Grundy, Waudby, Weston, Kendrick abd Heaney.  Article covers the years 1862 - 1960 in the parish of Pendlebury.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 25 #1 January 1989, pg 34[61]

Out of adversity by Alfred H. Watts.  Joseph Bridge was born at Tottington.  He was transported to Australia as was his wife Elizabeth Buffey born 1788.  They arrived in 1806.  They had seven sons baptized at St John's, Parrmatta.  Joseph died in 1829.  Elizabeth married William Meadows in 1844.  She died in 1881.  Article covers the years 1788 - 1881 in the county of Lancashire, England, and in the parish of Parrmatta, Australia.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 25 #1 January 1989, pgs 40-42[61] 

Northumbian Presbyterian migrants (Part 2) transcribed by Mr. David Mason.  From communion rolls a list giving church, name, abode, occupation, where from and when.  Article covers the years 1746  -1860 in the parishes of Seaton Delaval, Lowick, Harbottle, Tower Hill, and Chatton.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 25 #1 January 1989, pg 57[61]

A search for my Scots Irish (talk) by Jim Stout.  Descendants and Ancestors are given for William Love and Margaret Parker who married 1 January 1855 at Glasgow.  Article covers the years 1817 - 1926 in the parishes of Glasgow, Renfrew, Maybole, Ayrshire, Scotland, and Manchester, Lancashire, England, and in the counties of Antrim and Ammagh, Ireland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 25 #1 January 1989, pgs 58-60[61]

Greek Island of Kefalonia: The British cemetery by J.D. Walter.  A list of military persons and their family members giving name, rank, age, date of death.  Article covers the years 1813 - 1936 in the county of Kefalonia, Greece.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 25 #2 April 1989, pg 20[62]

Hearth tax return for Farnsworth near Bolton 1673 by Majorie Polland.  List giving name and number of hearths.  Article covers the year 1673 in the parish of Farnsworth near Bolton, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 25 #2 April 1989, pgs 29-30[62]

Tracing my ancestors by Mrs R M Robinson.  Rev. Nathaniel Hibbert married Frances Andrews in 1789.  He died in 1819.  He served at Rivington non-conformist chapel from 1784 to 1819.  Article covers the years 1784 - 1819 in the parish of Rivington, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 25 #2 April 1989, pg 30[62]

Two christening robes by Joyce Edmondson.  John Shuttleton was born in 1818 in Paisley to George and June Shuttleton.  John McQuiston was born in 1859 at Maybole to David and Agnes (McBirnie) McQuiston.  John Shuttleton married Jane Fraser, had six children and died in Glasgow 1892.  John McQuiston married Isabella Alexander born 1875.  Article covers the years 1818 - 1926 in the parishes of Glasgow, Renfrew, and Maybole, Ayrshire, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 25 #2 April 1989, pgs 34-35[62]

Elspeth Rogerson Jardine by Mr. R.W. Jardine.  William Alexander Jardine and Jane Glencorse were married in Applegarth in 1810.  William's parents were James Jardine and Elspeth Rodgerson.  Article covers the years 1735 - 1858 in the parish of Applegarth, Dumfries-shire, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 25 #2 April 1989, pgs 47-49[62] 

Northumbrian Presbyterian migrants (Part 3) by Mr. D Mason.  A list transcribed from communion rolls from several churches gives church, name, residence, occupation, where from and when.  Article covers the years 1837 - 1866 in the parishes of Seaton Delaval and Lowick, Northumberland, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 25 #2 April 1989, pg 52[62]

A white ostrich feather and an ivory fan by Elizabeth Mitchell.  David Laughland was the son of James Laughland and Elizabeth Young.  David married Mary Black on 5 November at Stewarton.  They raised ten children.  Article covers the years 1844 - 1883 in the parish of Glasgow, Renfrew, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 25 #2 April 1989, pgs 54-55[62]

Peterloo veterans by John Birch.  Photograph taken 27 September 1884.  Identified are: David Hilton(79) Thomas Chadderton(81) John Davies(78) Thomas Ogden(81) Jonathan Dawson (82) Susannah Whittaker(81) Mary Collins(83) Catherine McMurdo (88) Richard Waters, Thomas Schofield (81) Alice Schofield.  Article covers the year 1884 in the parishes of St. Peter's Field and Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article on the cover of The Manchester Genealogist v. 25 #3 July 1989[63]

Peterloo.  List of persons killed - giving name, occupation and residence.  List of persons wounded gives name, age, residence, number of children.  List of persons imprisoned giving name and residence, list of persons against whom bills have been found for rioting.  List of magistrates, and list of yeomanry.  Illustrated with map and sketch.  Includes bibliography.  Article covers the year 1819 in the parishes of St. Peter's Field and Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 25 #3 July 1989, pgs 4-13[63] 

Lancashire man by J W Greenhalgh.  John William Greenhalgh was born in Bolton on 4 April 1848.  He married in St. Paul's Wigan on 6 July 1867 Mary Ann Fox.  They had at least five children and emigrated to New Zealand.  Article covers the years 1848 - 1926 in the parishes of Bolton and Wigan, Lancashire, England, and Auckland, New Zealand.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 25 #3 July 1989, pg 23[63]

The key to a puzzle.  Thomas Guest married Betty Horsefield at Prestwich on 26 April 1791.  They had six sons and one daughter between 1793 - 1801.  Article covers the years 1697 - 1848 in the parish of Prestwich, Lane, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 25 #3 July 1989, pgs 25-27[63]

Getting back over the border by Bill Curran.  William Spiers and Mary Whyte were married in 1774.  Peter Spiers and Margaret Gillies were married 22 August 1848 at Linen Hallstreet Presbyterian Church in Belfast.  Article covers the years 1774 - 1861 in the county of Renfrewshire, Scotland, and in the parish of Belfast, Ireland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 25 #3 July 1989, pgs 44-46[63] 

Northumbrian Presbyterian migrants (part 4) extracted by David Mason.  List of Scottish emigrants giving current church, name, residence, occupation, destination and when.  Article covers the years 1823 - 1860 in the parish of Bellingham, Northumbria, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 25 #3 July 1989, pg 49[63]

Copy of extract made by John Collier from the family bible about 1856 by Mrs M de M Thompson.  James Collier was born 23 May 1756 and died 17 May 1823.  His wife is Margaret Willcock born 23 October 1759 and died 3 December 1830.  Their children are John 1781, Joseph 1783 - 1806, Richard 1786 - 1787, Elizabeth 1789 - 1809, Mary 1791, George 1794 - 1836, Margarett 1797 - 1851, David 1800 - 1801.  Other surnames are: Hindley, Barlow, Waid, Brown.  Article covers the years 1756 - 1852 in the Westleigh, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 25 #3 July 1989, pg 65[63]

The family at Dr. White of Manchester.  Three generation of the family are listed.  Tho:White son of Thos White born 9 Apr 1696 died 20 July 1778.  Charles son of Thos White born 4 Oct 1728.  Surnames are Bradshaw and Bayley.  Article covers the years 1656 - 1775 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 25 #3 July 1989, pg 74[63]

Sharston Senior School - Interior of air raid sheter.  Photograph of young girls.  No identification.  No date.  Article in the parish of Sharston and Manchester, England.  Article on the front cover of The Manchester Genealogist v. 25 #4 October 1989[64]

Edmund Shaw's elusive parents by David Pedgley.  Edmund Shaw married Alice Heap in 1780 at Ashton-under-Lyne.  They had two sons before she died 1784.  Edmund then married Elizabeth Aykroyd in 1784 at Manchester Cathedral.  They had three daughters.  In 1789 Edmund married Rachel Hawkyard at Manchester cathedral.  Edmund died in 1797 and is buried at Ashton.  Article covers the years 1780 - 1830 in the parishes of Manchester and Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 25 #4 October 1989, pgs 6-7[64]

Workhouse apprentices by Mrs. Elizabeth Douglas.  A list of workhouse children in Chelsea sent to Eccles.  Gives name, age, parents and siblings.  Article covers the years 1783 - 1797 in the parishes of Chelsea, Middlesex, and Eccles, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 25 #4 October 1989, pgs 19-21[64]

Keep trying by Alan Barnard.  John Fitzgerald married Margaret Ann McKeown in 1889 at Ancoats.  Variant spellings of McKeown are McKewan, McKawn, McQueen and McQuin.  Margaret's parents are John and Mary Monahan.  Article covers the years 1862 - 1936 in the parish of Ancoats, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 25 #4 October 1989, pgs 26-27[64]   

Monumental inscriptions at Lochwinnoch.  Extracts taken from the burial ground surrounding Auld Simon.  Gives name and date.  Assumed to be burial date.  Article covers the years 1786 - 1888 in the parish of Lochwinnoch, Renfrew, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 25 #4 October 1989, pg 38[64]

Margaret Duggan.  Margaret Duggan was married to Peter Duggan and lived in Manchester before she was transported to Australia for life.  She married John Tarlington in 1806.  Article covers the year 1791 in the parishes of Manchester, Lancashire, England, and Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 25 #4 October 1989, pgs 69-70[64] 

Volume 26 (1990)

The threat of revolution by Mrs Dorothy King.  A list of Catholic supporters of King George III.  The list gives first initial and surname.  Article covers the year 1793 in the parishes of Manchester and Salford, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 26 #1 January 1990, pgs 5-6[65]

My will and mynde by Mrs Joan George.  Richard Chorlton married Elizabeth.  Both left wills.  Richard died 1568.  Elizabeth died 1588.  Illustrated with etchings of Mosley homes and a family tree.  Surnames are Heywood, Davias, Ouldhar, Elcock, Webster, Sutton and Cutlar.  Article covers the years 1568 - 1665 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 26 #1 January 1990, pgs 9-15[65]

The Henthorns: A Lancashire family, by Dr. Peter Rathbone.  Richard Henthorn, son of Joshua Henthorn and Mary Mills, was baptized at Shaw Chapel in April 1828.  James Henthorn (1690 - 1747) married Sarah Greeves 22 July 1714 at Oldham.  They had eight children between 1714 - 1734.  Article covers the years 1258 - 1960 in the parish of Oldham, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 26 #1 January 1990, pgs 19-22[65]

The Gullen family of Megantic County, Quebec by Malcolm A. Gullen.  John Gullen married Charlotte Barton Carroll at St Mary's Marylebone 18 January 1806.  They had twelve children.  Surnames are: Mellon, Hutchinson, Wilkin, Scott, Lowrey, Cruickshank, Wilson, Ackland, Smith, Stowe, McKillop, McKenzie, Nutbrown, Warcup, Campbell, and Thompson.  Article covers the years 1783 - 1883 in the county of Megantic, Canada Quebec, and in the parish of Marylebone, London, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 26 #1 January 1990, pgs 44-46[65] 

Chetham's in the 1930s by A. Ashworth.  A narrative of life at Chetham, a boys school.  Included are two photos, one labelled Ashworth brothers December 1934; one labelled; dining in hall 1934, author in photograph.  Article covers the years 1653 - 1934 in the parish of Bolton, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 26 #2 April 1990, pgs 21-24[66]

The Diggles of Booth Hall (from a History of the ancient Chapel of Blackly).  A family tree beginning with George Diggle and his wife Elizabeth and their five children.  Surnames are; Sandiforth, Hall, Worthington, Hunter, Shore, Hibbert, Holbrooke, Bayley, Kennedy, Henry, and Potter.  Article covers the years 1629 - 1853 in the Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 26 #2 April 1990, pg 54[66]

Setting up the company: George Westing house and "Metros" by Mrs Y.J. Ward.  A narrative history of George Westing house and his companies.  Illustrated with a photograph of George Westing house and a map of his business sites near Manchester.  Article covers the years 1846 - 1956 in the parishes of Manchester and Stretford, Lancashire, England and Central Bridge, Schohaire, New York, United States.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 26 #3 July 1990, pgs 13-17[67]

The first fleet by Joan and David Brabbin.  A list of the people who sailed on the HMS Sirius leaving Portsmouth on 13 May 1787.  The lists are the official Party, Shipmen, Marines, Seamen, Abe Seamen, officials and Convicts - gives names only.  Those who died en route are indicated.  Article covers the years 1787 - 1788 in the parishes of Botany Bay, New South Wales, Australia and Portsmouth, Hampshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 26 #3 July 1990, pgs 18-21[67]

Samuel Heys - Georgian from Lancaster by Ronnie Lee Ranuer.  Samuel Heys was born 9 August 1818 at Harwood to Samuel Heys and Mary Alice Leach.  He married Mary Ann Bates 9 June 1841 in Philadelphia.  They had at least four children the last three born in Georgia.  Article covers the years 1818 - 1877 in the parishes of Harwood and Ainsworth, Lancashire, England, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, and Macon, Bibb, Georgia.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 26 #3 July 1990, pgs 21-23[67]

The Problems of tracing a family with a common name in 19th century Lancaster County, England by David Walker Baggs M D.  John Redford Walker was baptized 20 April 1831 at Manchester cathedral son of William and Frances Walker.  He married Elizabeth Cook at St. John's Manchester 5 February 1854.  Article covers the years 1792 - 1895 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 26 #3 July 1990, pgs 27-28'[67]

A Macfarlane family of Preston and Perth by Gordon Dearden.  George Macfarlane married Janet Scobie on 16 October 1812 at St Pauls Perth.  They had eight children.  A narrative of other McFarlane's in Perth and Preston.  Article covers the years 1750 - 1930 in the parishes of Perth, Scotland and Preston, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 26 #3 July 1990, pgs 33-37[67]

McLeod's fencibles.  Roll of sargents, corporals and drummers giving names only.  Article covers the years 1798 - 1799 in the parish of Tynemouth, Northumberland, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 26 #3 July 1990, pgs 38-39[67]

Soldiers in Ireland by D.W. Large.  Baptisms and marriages involving military personnel from England and Scotland.  Gives year, surname and usual residence or regiment.  Article covers the years 1799 - 1900 in the parishes of Tullamore and Birr, Offaly, Ireland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 26 #3 July 1990, pgs 47-49[67]

Chetham's hospital by Marjorie Pollard.  A list of early pupils giving name, age and father's name listed by Parish.  Additional list gives baptismal date name of pupil and father's name.  A table of apprentices gives boys name, master's name, residence of master, trade, date of indenture.  Article covers the years 1653 - 1815 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 26 #4 October 1990, pgs 7-9[68]

Artisans to artists.  Thomas Moran was born in Belfast in 1801.  He emigrated to Bolton where he met and married Mary Higson at the Episcopal church in Bury.  They had seven children.  They emigrated to America 1852 - 1854 and had four more children.  Thomas died in 1862 at Carrocksint.  His sons became well-known artists in Philadelphia and New York.  Article covers the years 1801 - 1927 in the parishes Bolton, Lancashire, England, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, and New York City, New York, New York.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 26 #4 October 1990, pgs 23-29[68] 

[Photograph].  Untitled, undated.  A photograph of men seated outdoors.  They are identified as: David Pattison, James Walker, Thomas Scott, Robert Patterson, Stephen Mackie, John McIlroy, Wm Bogle, Alex. Kilgovr, Peter Todd, Alex Justice, Geo. Pringle, Jas. Harley, Jas. Melville, Wm Dean, Alex.Welsh, Rev. W. Fairweather, J. I Thow, Alex. Kirk, J. Orr, John Dawson, and Wm. Goodsir.  This is found in The Manchester Genealogist v. 26 #4 October 1990, pg 45[68]

Volume 27 (1991)

The strike at Sir E. Armitage and sons Pendleton: 1850 by D. Lingard.  A list of employees at E. Armitage and sons cotton mill.  List gives name and position.  Article covers the year 1850 in the parish of Pendleton, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 27 #1 January 1991, pgs 3-8[69]

Great grandmother: Mary Ann by Harry Jones.  Mary Ann Gardner was born 29 June 1837 in Welshpool to John and Mary Gardner.  She married Edward Jones on 30 June 1855.  She died 8 March 1926.  Edward Jones died 25 December 1901.  Article covers the years 1855 - 1926 in the parish of Welshpool, Montgomery, Wales.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 27 #1 January 1991, pgs 28-29[69]

Old Betty Pearson by Ron Smith.  Betty Pearson was born 21 December 1755 at Bedford Leigh.  She married William Whipp 1779.  They had eleven children.  Second husband was John Pearson - they had one child.  Betty died 21 March 1863.  Article covers the years 1755 - 1863 in the parishes of Leigh and Astley, Lane, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 27 #1 January 1991, pg 38[69]

Index of army pensioners 1806 - 1838 compiled by Mr. J.D. Beckett.  A list of army pensioners giving year of discharge, name, Regiment, age, birth place and county.  Article covers the years 1806 - 1838 in varied parishes and counties of Scotland and Ireland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 27 #1 January 1991, pgs 40-42[69]

Kirkcaldy Free Church extracted by Mrs. N. Clarke.  A list of elders, first deacons, elders and deacons by year.  Article covers the years 1845 - 1955 in the parish of Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 27 #1 January 1991, pgs 48-50[69]

A relic of old Bolton by Ron Smith.  A narrative of an old building in Bolton.  Illustrated with black and white pen and ink drawings and family tree of early residents of the "old house".  John Leaver 1631 and his wife Lydiah - 1687 had three children.  Surnames are: Dorning, Heywood, and Dunn.  Article covers the years 1631 - 1762 in the parish of Bolton, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 27 #2 April 1991, pgs 37-39[70]

Bolton obituaries.  A list of short notices of death of persons who were at least seventy years of age.  Gives name, date of death, place, and age.  Article covers the year 1880 in the parish of Salford, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 27 #2 April 1991, pgs 40-41[70]

My Scottish roots by Alan Griffiths.  Elizabeth Dobic Daling was born 17 January 1901 to James Hunter Daling and Isabella Dobie McMurdo, William Dawling married Isabella Short on 18 June 1764 in Lochmaben.  Article covers the years 1582 - 1851 in the parish of Chester le Street. Durham, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 27 #2 April 1991, pg 48[70]

Irish roots by Angela Barlow.  Alphabetical list of women of the 2nd Battalion 30th Foot who received an allowance to procede home.  Gives name, country belonging to, number of children, husband's name.  Article covers the year 1806 in the county of Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 27 #2 April 1991, pg 59[70]

Manchester petition by Marjorie Polland.  Alphabetical list of persons who signed a petition believed in support of Justice Hartley 1675.  Article covers the years 1675 - 1769 in the parishes of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 27 #3 July 1991, pgs 3-8[71]

Blacksmith Beetson: Bachelor or bigamist by Sheila Leyland.  Thoams Henry Beetson was born in August 1848 to John Beetson and Elizabeth Whitworth at Manchester.  He married Elizabeth Dunn on 5 August 1874 at St. Barnabas, and Sarah Hartley in 1868 at Accrington.  Sarah died 1881.  Thomas died in May 1918.  Article covers the years 1848 - 1918 in the parishes of Manchester, Accrington, and Warrington, Lanc, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 27 #3 July 1991, pg 9[71]

The missing year?  Was he a soldier?  by Mrs. P. Lindley.  James Begbey Nelson was born 1 September 1854 at Ancoats.  married 13 October 1894 at Heanor Derbyshire.  He died 4 February 1933.  Article covers the years 1854 - 1933 in the parishes of Ancoats, Lanc, and Heanor, Derbyshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 27 #3 July 1991, pgs 18-19[71]

Obituaries cont.  Alphabetical listing of persons who lived past 70 from "Old South - East Lancashire", April 1880.  Article covers the year 1880 in the county of Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 27 #3 July 1991, pgs 35-38[71]

Trade directory, Glasgow 1864.  A list compiled from newspaper advertisements, gives name, trade and address.  Article covers the year 1864 in the parish of Glasgow, Lanark, Scolland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 27 #3 July 1991, pgs 47-48[71]

Pioneers of Illawara by Allan Willats.  George Tate married Elizabeth Kell were married 1 June 1815 at Bowden.  John was born at Eastfield 13 January 1818.  Elizabeth was born at Shawborn 3 March 1816.  They emigrated to New South Wales Australia.  They had at least five children.  Elizabeth died 23 January 1827.  George married Mary Evans 28 August 1828.  George died 27 December 1835.  Article covers the years 1815 - 1835 in the country of Scotland and in the parishes of Illawarra and Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 27 #3 July 1991, pgs 49-50[71]

Extracts: births, marriages and deaths by Mrs D F Ramsbotham.  Taken from Dumfries Monthly Magazine and Literary Compendium July - December 1826 by month.  Article covers the year 1826 in the county of Dumfries, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 27 #3 July 1991, pgs 51-52[71]

The old album by Mr T.W. Hayhurst.  William Hackett was born August 1826 at Birr.  He married Elizabeth Leary 17 October 1844 at Wexford.  Article covers the years 1826 - 1853 in the parish of Birr, Offaly and Wexford, Ireland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 27 #3 July 1991, pgs 56-58[71]

My great grandfather fought Mohammed Ali by Mr. J A Scrowcroft.  James Augustus Scrowcroft married Hannah Jane Marshall in 1843 and Rebecca Stone in 1831.  James died in 1856 in Manchester.  Article covers the years 1823 - 1945 in the parishes of Bolton and Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 27 #4 October 1991, pgs 7-8[72]

Protestation of the parish of Oldham: by Mr A D Buckley February 1641 - 2.  A list of men only.  Article covers the years 1641 - 1642 in the parish of Oldham, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 27 #4 October 1991, pgs 18-22[72]

World War I: Prisoners of war by Mrs. E G B Powell.  Photographs of prisoners believed to have been taken at Goben, Germany.  List gives name, where from, sometimes unit.  Article in the parish of Guben, Prussen, Germany.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 27 #4 October 1991, pg 30[72]

The Smallshaws and the Bolton connection by Ronald Snallshaw.  William Smashaw married Elizabeth Allens on 26 December 1664 at Wigan.  They had two sons.  A narrative history of the Smallshaw family.  Article covers the years 1277 - 1853 in the parishes of Bolton and Upholland, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 27 #4 October 1991, pgs 37-39[72]

J. Brindle and sons of Chorley by K Brindle.  James Brindle married Ellen Moorson 4 September 1792.  James did in 1845.  Their sons and grandsons are discussed.  Surnames are Grimshaw, Tomlinson, Smith, Collison and Entwistle.  Article covers the years 1792 - 1931 in the parish of Chorley, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 27 #4 October 1991, pgs 41-42[72]

Ferguson family bible contributed by Mr. J A Hancock.  John and Ellen Ferguson married 6 January 1820 at St. John's, Manchester.  Ellen Shorrocks Ferguson died 24 February 1836.  John died 22 February 1839,  Births, marriages and deaths are recorded for family members.  Article covers the years 1820 - 1867 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 27 #4 October 1991, pg 67[72]

Brook family book by Ian McAlpine.  The son and daughters of Jno and Abbygel Brook: Elizabeth Book born 30 August 1776; John Brook born 28 June 1778, Mary Brook born 16 June 1781, Ann Brooks born 16 March 1783.  Article covers the years 1776 - 1783.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 27 #4 October 1991, pg 68[72]

Volume 28 (1992)

Lancashire County Cricket Club (group of 1881).  Photograph identifying: G. Nash, J. Crossland, J Smith (umpire), R. Pilling, A. Watson, A G Steel, Revd. V. Royle, A.N. Hornby, A. Appleby, W Robinson, R.G. Barlow, O.P. Lancashire, J. Briggs.  Article covers the year 1881 in the county of Lancashire, England.  Article on the cover of The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #1 January 1992[73]

The Fidlin family: queries, coincidences and possible assistance by Mrs E.E Tansley.  William Fidlin married mary Barlow 25 October 1811 at Manchester.  They had seven children between 1813 - 1828.  Mary died 28 January 1835.  William died 9 July 1849.  Article covers the years 1782 - 1951 in the parishes of Manchester and Chorlton, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #1 January 1992, pgs 8-9[73]

The Swainson and Birley cotton manufacturers of Preston from 1790 by Mrs Hope Koontz.  A narrative history of Swainson and Birley cotton manufacturers and the people involved.  Included is a family tree and painting of Charles Swinton, 1780 - 1866.  Article covers the years 1513 - 1883 in the parish of Preston, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #1 January 1992, pgs 13-18[73] 

The Horsefield family by Michael Horsefield.  William Horsefield married Henrietta at Manchester and Sarah.  William died 29 July 1883 aged 86 and buried at Salford.  He had 5 children 1820 - 1834 all baptized at Manchester Cathedral.  Surnames are Crosby, Gleave, and Mort.  Article covers the years 1797 - 1961 in the parishes of Manchester and Salford, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #1 January 1992, pg 19[73]

Persistence and a bit of good luck pays off! by Mrs. J.A. Lloyd.  James Cooper was born 23 December 1894 at Liverpool to James Cooper and Margaret Elliot Nairn.  He married Ethel May Southgate (divorced) and Marjorie Frances Botham.  Article covers the years 1822 - 1987 in the parishes of Whitehaven, Cumberland, Liverpool, Lancashire, England, and Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #1 January 1992, pgs 26-29[73]

One line in a diary by K B Harrop.  George Fletcher died 10 March 1908 age 75.  His wife was Mary Ann Marriott who died 1892.  Both are buried at Great Harwood.  Article covers the years 1800 - 1984 in the parishes of Rishton and Great Harwood, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #1 January 1992, pg 30[73]

Success with Smiths by Mrs D J Stafford.  Jessie Smith was baptized 5 June 1861 along with her siblings at the church of St John the Baptist in Shoreditch.  Her parents were Thomas Watkin Smith and Selina Turgis.  She married Joseph Rolley in Manchester in 1884.  They had three children.  Jessie died 30 May 1921.  Joseph died in 1910.  Article covers the years 1861 - 1921 in the parishes of Shoreditch, Middlesex and Manchester, Lancaster, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #1 January 1992, pgs 33-34[73]

Manchester Wellington memorial by J D Beckett.  An alphabetical list of veterans attending the unveiling of the Manchester Wellington memorial on 31 August 1856.  Entry includes name, age, regiment, date of discharge, medals, place of birth.  Article covers the year 1856 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #1 January 1992, pgs 37-39[73] 

Waiting for a little bit of luck [ by Bill Sheppard].  William Sheppard was born at Haughton Green, Hyde, Lancaster.  His siblings were all born at Mellor, Derbyshire.  He joined the police in 1856 when he was 27 years old.  Article covers the years 1856 - 1936 in the parishes of Stockport, Lancashire, and Mellor, Derbyshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #1 January 1992, pg 45[73]    

Derbyshire Record Office Derwent monmental inscriptions.  The bodies in Derwent churchyard were removed in 1940 and reburied at Bamford.  This is a list of Thorpe family members giving name (sex) residence, death date, relationship, age at death.  Article covers the years 1808 - 1924 in the parishes of Derwent and Bamford, Derbyshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #1 January 1992, pgs 52-53[73] 

Farnsworth congregationalists by Howard Lamber.  John Farnsworth married Esther Mason in 1802.  A list is given of members of The Chapel Withington Croft, Halshaw Moor who wrote to Joseph Dysen asking him to come and be their pastor.  Article covers the years 1685 - 1908 in the parish of Withington, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #1 January 1992, pg 55[73]

Marriages in the Episcopal Chapel, Haddington in the 18th century by Diane Baptie.  Extract of marriages performed for those out of the parish.  Entry gives date of marriage name of groom, residence, brides name and residence, and sometimes occupation of groom.  Article covers the years 1762 - 1792 in the parish of Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #1 January 1992, pgs 61-62[73]

The Lambies of Paisley by Davis Walker Begg, M.D..  John Lambie married Janet Findley.  They had a son William born 1789.  William married Agnes Bird.  They had at least five children.  Included is a photograph of William Lambie 1816 - 1858 died in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.  Article covers the years 1789 - 1858 in the parish of Paisley near Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #1 January 1992, pg 76[73]  

Family Bibles [Bondye] by Mr. John G Walker.  William Bondye married Mary Barnsley 19 November 1619.  Their children are: William born 22 August 1620; Elizabeth born 14 December 1621; Nicholas born 8 August 1623; Margrett and Sarah born 17 September 1627; Margrett died 30 September 1627; Campbell born 25 June 1629; John B July 1731; Edward 1 June 1633; Hanna born 27 June 1635; William 29 April 1632.  Article covers the years 1619 - 1883 in the parish of Winslow, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #2 April 1992, pg 28[74]

Family Bibles [Lees] by Ian McAlpine.  Frederick Lees born 7 April 1847 married 27 July 1876 Elizabeth Worlidge.  Their children: Frederick Herbert born 15 May 1877; Arthur Worlidge born 18 July 1878; Edgar Archdale born 6 September 1881; Cecil Henry born 22 December 1883; Rosalind Mary born 22 December 1883; Francis Adams born 12 Nov 1889 died 2 January 1895.  Article covers the years 1847 - 1881 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #2 April 1992, pg 28[74]

'The Lads' the old grammer school by Ron Smith.  Extracted from two register books a list of pupils and/or applicants to the school.  Gives name, residence, date of application or entrance.  This list includes only names beginning with the letter "a".  Article covers the years 1808 - 1855 in the parish of Bolton, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #2 April 1992, pgs 36-37[74]

Simes of Worcester from Dundee via Poplar by Mr. Basil Mountford.  Charles James Simes son of Charles Edward Simes and Mary.  Charles Edward's parents were Jame Simes and Rebecca Woollard.  The children were baptized 1824 - 1835 in Poplar.  Alternate spellings are Sim, Sinm or Sym.  Surnames include Fordred, Shuttleworth, Heaton and Webster.  Article covers the years 1802 - 1939 in the parishes of Poplar, Middlesex, England, and Dundee, Angus, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #2 April 1992, pgs 58-60[74]

Wellington's forgotten men by Jim Beckett.  Scottish men extracted from the Soldier's Index.  Each entry gives name, regiment, discharge year, year pension awarded, where born and residence.  To be continued.  Article covers the years 1813 - 1875 in the country of Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #2 April 1992, pgs 63-65[74]

My great grandfather had three legs!  by Ian McAlpine.  A photograph taken of William Alfred Dean about 1890 at Manchester or Isle of Man.  Article covers the year 1890 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England, and in the country of Isle of Man.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #2 April 1992, pg 72[74]

Hidden names in Wills by Dr J E Orme.  An alphabetical list of names extracted from wills giving name, date, relationship, whether beneficiary, testator, witness, debtor, executor, inventory taken.  Article covers the years 1620 - 1821 in the parishes of Manchester, Eccles, and Pendlebury, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #3 July 1992, pgs 4-6[75]

Hamptons: lost and found by Sandra Harper.  William Frederick Hampson was baptized 28 August 1831 at Manchester Cathedral, the son of William Hampson and Elizabeth Nicholson who were married 19 April 1829.  They had four children.  William F. married Mary Fletcher on 1 January 1859 at St Johns, Farnsworth.  He married first Martha Green on 16 September 1855 at Eccles.  Martha died 1 November 1857.  Article covers the years 1829 - 1861 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #3 July 1992, pgs 7-9[75] 

Photographs of ancestors born before 1800 submitteed by Rex Watson, submitted by Alstair Hooper, submitted by E.W.L. Keymer.  Photograph of George Hulme born 5 Jan 1794, Unsworth.  Died 27 October 1865 in Platte River Nebraska.  Also a photograph of Richard Cope of Manchester baptized 27 February 1789 in Birmingham.  Died 15 February 1882.  And Major Thomas Ramsden Agnew born 16 September 1790 died 8 June 1874.  Article covers the years 1789 - 1882 in the parishes of Manchester, Unsworth, Lancashire, Birmingham, Warchester, England, and Platt River, Nebraska, United States.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #3 July 1992, pgs 23-24[75]

A family bible: Worsdale by Roger A Barlow.  Wordsdale children born: John 7 October 1851; Jabez 28 July 1854; Edward 6 October 1856; Mary Ann Jane 11 November 1860; Nathan 13 January 1861; Samuel 4 January 1865; Pricilla 28 May 1867; William 5 May 1869; Stephen 9 January 1873; Mary Ann nee Brough 20 November 1831; Edward 4 November 1874; Hamnet 13 November 1879.  Adopted: Priscilla (Cartlidge) 1 July 1890; Nelly 7 December 1888.  Article covers the years 1831 - 1890 in the parishes of Dresden and Stoke upon Trent, Staffordshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #3 July 1992, pg 31[75]

A family bible: William Kynston.  William and Lidya Kynaston's children Joshua 8 August 1817; George Henry 12 November 1819; Abraham 20 January 1823; Hannah 19 September 1827; Martha 26 January 1830; Cyrus 31 August 1834.  Abraham married Eliza, had Mary Ellen 26 April 1862.  Abraham also married Alice and had Hannah 4 October 1869 and Margaret 16 August 1869.  Martha married Roger Barlow 31 March 1850.  Article covers the year 1814 in the parish of Ellesmere, Shropshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #3 July 1992, pg 31[75]

Family roadshow: Up from Somerset by Joan Holding.  Sarah Hall was born 22 July 1852 at Manchester to Samuel Hall and Catherine Carroll.  Father sometimes known as Simeon; mother as Carl.  Samuel and Catherine were married 29 August 1859, at Manchester.  Article covers the years 1810 - 1859 in the parishes of Manchester, Lancashire, and Rode, Somerset, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #3 July 1992, pgs 35-36[75]

Family roadshow: A family tale - Witter/Widder/Wither by Mr. A. Topham.  Further alternate spellings of the name Witter are: Widders, Whither, Whitter, Wither, Withers, and Witters.  Thomas Widder, son of Thomas and Elizabeth Witters, was baptize 30 December 1798 at Lindale/Cartmel.  Christopher Widder married Mary Kellat 13 May 1749 at Over Kellet near Camforth.  Article covers the years 1749 - 1821 in the parishes of Liverpool and Lindale, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #3 July 1992, pgs 36-37[75]

Family roadshow: the Greenhalgh family by Mrs. M.M. Topham.  Robert Greenhalgh married Ann Marsh 29 May 1787 at Bolton.  The article shows three charts of their children and grandchildren.  Surnames are: Walker, Miller, Fogg, Baltersby, Barnes, Hodgson, Isherwood, Stewart, and Kay.  Article covers the years 1644 - 1878 in the parishes of Knowsley, Bury, and Bolton, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #3 July 1992, pgs 37-39[75]

The dandy, the drunkary, and Dicky Tum by Mrs. Joan Radcliffe.  George Edgar Atkins married Frances O' Neill in 1900 at Aston.  Their children were born in Birmingham and Manchester.  George died 20 February 1944 at Middles borough.  John King married Elizabeth Wright 27 August 1839 in Stourbridge.  John died 14 August 1866 in Birmingham.  Joseph Thomas Radcliffe died in 1951.  He married Mary Pickston 11 December 1889 at Oswaltwistle.  Article covers the years 1870 - 1951 in the parishes of Birmingham, Warwickshire, Bedford and Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #3 July 1992, pgs 42-44[75]

McRae's of Burwood Lee by David McRae.  Duncan McRae married Agnes McLean on 13 December 1835 at St Mary's Bury.  They had eight children between 1837 - 1852.  Included is a brief family tree.  Surnames are Spencer, Berry, and Oddie.  Article covers the years 1805 - 1950 in the parishes of Bury and Salford, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #3 July 1992, pgs 47-50[75]

Transportations from the '45'.  List of 150 prisoners transported on "Veteran" which was attacked and captured.  The prisoners were taken to Martinique and released and subsequently disappeared.  The list gives name, age, profession, County of origin, height and remarks on physical appearance.  Article covers the year 1747 in the parishes of Liverpool, Lancashire, England, and Martinique, West Indies.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #3 July 1992, pgs 54-56[75]

Wellington's forgotten men Part 2.  Continued list of Scotsmen pensioners giving name, regiment, discharge date, date pension awarded, where born and year, residence.  Article covers the years 1802 - 1881 in various locations of England and Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #3 July 1992, pgs 62-65[75]

Albert Taylor by Jennifer M Miller.  Albert Taylor married Annie in Manchester.  His parents were Edmund Taylor and Elizabeth Booth.  Albert and Annie immigrated to New Zealand.  Article covers the years 1861 - 1881 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England and in the country of New Zealand.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #3 July 1992, pg 66[75]

Russian ancestors footnotes by Miss Vandine Barnes.  Ivan Clarke was born in Russia in 1866 to Thomas Plummer Clark and Frances Stelfox.  The family lived in Russia 1865 - 1885.  They then moved to New Zealand.  Frances parents were George Stelfox and Elizabeth Ray, both of Northwich.  Thomas' parents were William Clarke and Ann Plummer.  Article covers the years 1825 - 1885 in the country of Russia, in the parish of Northwich, Cheshire, England, and in the country of New Zealand.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #4 October 1992, pg 7[76]

Who was Henry Hopwood?  by Mrs E. Voce.  Henry Hopwood married Betty Lomax in 1786 at Bolton Parish Church.  Betty died 12 August 1812.  Henry married Mary Kelly.  Their son Henry was baptized 21 May 1813.  He married Fanny Wagdin.  Henry was transported to Australia in 1834.  He married Martha Bolton on 26 October 1854 at St. John, Melbourne.  Martha died 3 February 1857.  He then married Charlotte Walker in 1859.  Henry died 1 January 1869.  Included is a picture of Henry.  Article covers the years 1748 - 1885 in the parishes of Bolton, Lancashire, England, and Echuca, Victoria, Australia.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #4 October 1992, pgs 37-45[76]    

Frasers in Borenwich, Blair Atholl.  John Fraser married Elspeth Stewart in April 1773 both of Borenwich.  They had ten children between 1774 - 1790.  Article covers the years 1745 - 1821 in the parishes of Borenwich, Fortingall, Perth, Scotland, and Blair Athol, Queensland, Australia.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #4 October 1992, pgs 51-53[76]

Treasure chest by Basil Mountford.  James Donald Simes was born in 1889 at Malvern, Worcestershire to Charles James Simes and Emmeline Constance Wyatt.  James Simes was born 1788 to Charles Symm and Elzpet (alias Janet) Beaton who married at Dundee in 1785.  Charles was only son of Joseph Symm and Hellen Webster.  Article covers the years 1691 - 1939 in the parishes of Dundee and Forfar, Angus, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #4 October 1992, pgs 54-56[76]

Wellington's forgotten men Part 3 by Jim Beckett.  Continuing the list of Scots-born pensioners.  Each entry gives name, regiment, discharge date, date pension awarded, where born and residence.  Article covers the years 1814 - 1878 in varied places of Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 28 #4 October 1992, pgs 57-59[76]

Volume 29 (1993)

[Sir Richard Queen].  Sketch of Sir Richard Queen (1802 - 1892).  Born in Lancaster, Victorian anatomist and zoologist.  Article covers the years 1804 - 1992 in the parish of Lancaster, Lancashire, England.  Article in the cover of The Manchester Genealogist v. 29 #1 January 1993[77]

The celebrated cookie shop by Evelyn V. Vigeon.  Two families are associated with the Eccles Cake Shops.  A family tree is included for each.  James Birch (1715 - 1798) and Alice Gooding (1715 - 1798) had six children.  Surnames include: Goodier, Barre, Tetlow, Hulme, Royle, Hodgson, Walker, and West.  Peter Bradburn (1763 - 1834) and Esther Newton (1768 - 1827) had six children.  Surnames include: Morton, Ward, Wilkinson, Beaumont, Tinker, Denham, Longshaw, Bent, Pearson, Worthington, Morton, Miner, Robinson, and Lyle.  Article covers the years 1715 - 1934 in the parish of Eccles, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 29 #1 January 1993, pgs 33-50[77]

Bolton tithes by Sue Hurst.  An index compiled from tithe schedules giving names of land owner and occupiers.  Article covers the years 1845 - 1846 in the parishes of Bolton, Great Lever, Heaton, Rivington, and Lostock, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 29 #1 January 1993, pgs 52-54[77]

Davenport family bible.  Samuel Davenport married Elizabeth Thompson about 1781.  They both died in February 1821.  Their son John was born 1 October 1784 and married Ann Green.  Surnames are: Hawarth, Coffey, Clarke, Fairclough and Bleakley.  Article covers the years 1741 - 1867 in the parishes of Little Bolton, Lancaster, Ainsworth, Lancashire, England, and Auckland, Australia.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 29 #1 January 1993, pg 67[77]

Fifty years married.  Extract from the Bolton Chronicle, Mr. and Mrs. John Fairclough lived fifty years in Bolton.  Photographs of them included in the article.  She was Ellen Davenport.  Article covers the years 1853 - 1924 in the parish of Bolton, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 29 #1 January 1993, pgs 67-68[77]

Straying Scots extracted by F J Parker.  Scots who were married clandestinely at Fleet Prison Chapel, etc.: Walter Boyd of Moffot, Annandell and Jane King of Edingburg 18 October 1751.  George Gilchrist and Elizabeth Sadler both of Edingborough 26 June 1752.  Henery Hinch of Womley, Bury and Mary Kelley of Aberdean 5 October 1853.  George Sinchair and Jane Miller both of Isle of Orkney 21 November 1750.  James Traill and Mary Mackintosh both of Perth.  Article covers the years 1660 - 1853 in the parishes of London, London, England, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Moffat, Dumfriesshire, Aberdeen, Perth, Perth, Orkney, Scotland, and Bury, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 29 #1 January 1993, pg 71[77]  

Obituary: the late John Galloway.  John Galloway was born 15 February 1804 in Manchester, second son of William Galloway.  He married Emma Lewis at St. John's, Deansgate on 17 December 1829.  They had five children.  He died 11 February 1894.  A photograph of John Galloway is included.  Article covers the years 1790 - 1894 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 29 #1 January 1993, pgs 77-80[77]

Long service in industry: Lennox Mills (Campsie) dozen veterans by Marnie Mason.  Identified in photo with years of service: Miss Jessie M'Intyre, 72; Mr. James Kincaid, 70; Mr. Andrew Robertson, 77; Miss Elizabeth Brown, 67; Miss Maggie M'Intyre, 70; Mr. Alex M'Intyre, 54; Mr. John Hunter, 63; Mr R M M'Clintock, 54; Mr. William Moore, 57; Mr. George M'Kay, 61; Mr Jeremiah Morrison, 58; and Mr James Britton, 61.  Article covers the years 1909 - 1976 in the parish of Campsie, Sterling, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 29 #1 January 1993, pgs 81-83[77]   

Wellington's forgotten men Part 4.  Concluding list of Scots pensioners giving name, regiment, year discharged, year pension awarded, birth place and year born, residence.  Article covers the years 1777 - 1876 in various locations of Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 29 #1 January 1993, pgs 84-85[77]

[Photograph].  Photograph of Peter Stewart (1781 - 1859) son of John Stewart and Christian Cameron born at Rannoch, died at Glasgow.  Article covers the years 1781 - 1859 in the parishes of Rannoch, Perth, and Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 29 #1 January 1993, pg 93[77]

A remarkable gravestone in Disley churchyard contributed by J.D. Beckett.  Thomas Wood and his descendants continuously filled the office of clerk at this church for nearly 250 years, between 1591 - 1837.  Eight generations with death dates, ages plus wive's names, death dates and ages are given.  Article covers the years 1591 - 1857 in the parish of Disley, Cheshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 29 #2 April 1993, pg 7[78]

A genealogical tangle by Ian McAlpine.  The author explains how he arrived at the simplified family tree he presents at the end of the article.  Peter Wroe married Ellen Widows c1737.  John Markland married Elizabeth Berry c1737.  The Wroes were from Eccles.  The Marklands from Pendleton.  Surnames include Evans, Thorley and Holden.  Article covers the years 1737 - 1855 in the parishes of Eccles and Pendleton, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 29 #2 April 1993, pgs 19-22[78]

Little sisters of the poor: 1891.  A list extracted from 1891 census of inmates of Little Sisters of the Poor, a Catholic home for the aged.  Each entry gives name, status, marital state, age, occupation, place of birth.  Registers may give name, place of birth, date of birth, parents, date of admission, date of death.  Article covers the years 1866 - 1888 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 29 #2 April 1993, pgs 23-26[78]

Hindle wakes - at last by Mr T Bradley.  Erskine Goulden Hindle was born in 1809 to John Hindle, 1823 - 1903.  His wife Rachal died in 1896.  They had two children.  He died in 1906 in Newark, New Jersey.  Article covers the years 1823 - 1906 in the parishes of Stockport, Lancashire, England, and Newark, Essex, New Jersey, United States.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 29 #2 April 1993, pgs 32-33[78]

The Humber training ship "Southampton" contributed by Mr. R Simmester.  A list of persons on board the Industrial training ship "Southampton" on 2 April 1871.  First a list of officers and crew giving name, narital condition, age, occupation, where born and county.  Next an alphabetical list of boys in training.  Each entry gives record no., name, age, where born and county.  Article covers the years 1866 - 1881 in the parish of Hull, Yorkshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 29 #2 April 1993, pgs 39-46[78]

Tasker by L T Davenport.  Entries from a birthday book believed to belong to a Tasker or Davenport.  As well as birthdays, some deaths are noted.  Years or age sometimes given.  Article covers the years 1863 - 1941 in the parishes of Upton and Chester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 29 #2 April 1993, pg 54[78]

Bolton barracks by Sue Hurst.  From the 1841 census, names military personnel who occupied Bolton barracks have been extracted.  The first part of the list were patients in the hospital.  Most of soldiers were from Scotland.  Also given are wives, children and servants.  The actual census will give additional information.  Article covers the year 1841 in the parish of Bolton, Lancashire, England and in the country of Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 29 #2 April 1993, pgs 60-63[78]

A Manchester Scot: Sir Charles W Macara, Bart by Freda Thomas.  Charles Macara was born in 1845 to Rev William Macara and Charlotte Grace Cowper.  He married Marion Young in 1875.  They had one son and several daughters.  Article covers the years 1845 - 1911 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 29 #2 April 1993, pgs 67-69[78]

Lydia Becker.  A sketch of Lydia Becker 1874.  Article covers the year 1874.  Article is found on the cover of The Manchester Genealogist v. 29 #3 July 1993[79]

The cornershop by Marion O'Brien.  A photograph of John McManus, Nora Josephine McManus and Bernard Vincent McManus on the steps of a shop.  Mary Ann Daly on the far left.  The shop is on Ashton New Road in Clayton Manchester.  Photo was taken 25 September 1908.  John McMannus was born in Manchester 31 March 1861.  Mary Ann Daly was born 25 March 1865 in Bollington.  They were married 29 September 1889 at St Gregory's R C Church in Bollington.  Article covers the years 1851 - 1908 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 29 #3 July 1993, pgs 18-19[79]

Lancashire cottom trade.  A long list of cotton workers who signed a manifesto against trariff refore.  Entry gives name only.  Article covers the year 1910 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 29 #3 July 1993, pgs 20-25[79] 

William Sheppard by William H Sheppard 1829 - 1878.  A photograph is given of William Sheppard taken between 1856 - 1860 when he was a member of the police force.  Also a facsmile of "Details on joining the police force."  Article covers the years 1829 - 1878 in the parish of Bolton, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 29 #3 July 1993, pgs 58-59[79]

Epitaph in Bolton Churchyard.  John Okey was born in London 1608.  He married Mary Crompton of Breakmet in 1635.  They had four sons and six daughters.  He died 29 April 1864 in Bolton.  Article covers the years 1608 - 1684 in the parish of Bolton, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 29 #3 July 1993, pg 60[79]

Elizabeth Cross of Bishopton by William P. Cross.  Elizabeth Cross was born about 1800 at Erskine.  She died in 1881 at Olds Inn, Bishopton.  Her days as a pauper are recorded in the poor rolls.  Article covers the years 1845 - 1881 in the parish of Erskine, Renfrew, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 29 #3 July 1993, pgs 62-64[79]

Douglas Morrison.  Douglas Morrison (Dugald Morison) was born 26 March 1764 in Lochgoilhead, Argylshire to Donald Morrison and Mary McGlasham.  He had six siblings born between 1762 - 1775.  He married Mary Kearney 21 May 1796.  Between 1797 - 1821 they had thirteen children.  He died at Edinburgh 16 September 1829.  Article covered the years 1764 - 1829 in the parish of Lochgoilhead, Argyll, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 29 #3 July 1993, pgs 67-72[79]

Milligan and Burns by Dr J E Orme.  Joseph Orme married Ann Saul in 1876 in Birkenhead.  Ann Saul was born at Kirkcudbright in 1847.  Her mother Jane Milligan was born at Anwoth about 1810 - 11 and was buried 15 August 1887 in the non-conformist section of Flaybrick Hill Cemetery at Birkenhead.  Article covers the years 1822 - 1887.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 29 #3 July 1993, pgs 74-75[79] 

Scottish Veteran Pensioners compiled by Ian Rowbatham.  Part 1.  Alphabetical list of veterans born in Scotland.  Each entry gives name, regiment, award, where born and year, and remarks.  Article covers the years 1807 - 1821 in the country of Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 29 #3 July 1993, pgs 76-78[79]

Scottish strays.  Strays in the Blackpool census 1881.  Surnames are: Bentley, Downie, Dunbar, Fergusson, Grant, Halliday, Henderson, McNaughton, Patterson, Shields, Walker and Wilkie.  Article covers the year 1881 in the parish of Blackpool, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 29 #3 July 1993, pg 80[79]

Fatty Knowles.  Alfred Knowles was born 29 June 1828 to Henry Knowles and Sarah Firth at Barnoldswick.  He married Sarah Ann Jackson on 9 September 1869 at Manchester Cathedral.  He died 4 October 1880 at Sale.  Sarah Ann died 20 May 1900.  Article covers the years 1828 - 1880 in the parishes of Manchester, Lancashire, Sale, Cheshire, and Barnoldswick, Yorkshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 29 #4 October 1993, pgs 17-19[80]

William Eckersall.  William Eckersall was born at Prestwich in 1812 to Eli and Ann.  He married Margaret Dickinson at Hexham, Scotland.  She died without issue.  He then married Elizabeth Goldsborough on 8 January 1850 at St Andrew in Bishop Auckland, County Durham.  They emigrated to Australia in 1850.  They had six children.  William died 7 August 1890.  Article covers the years 1812 - 1890 in the parishes of Manchester, Lancashire, England, and Brunswick, Victoria, Australia.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 29 #4 October 1993, pgs 28-29[80]

David "Quaker" Holt by Judith Moore.  David Holt was born in 1756 to David Holt (1710 - 1784) and Catherine Bradberry (1731 - 1797).  He married Catherine Lawrence (1758 - 1824) at Warrington on 19 December 1787.  They had ten children.  Surnames include: Pirth, Naimby, Townsend, Ireland, and Smith.  He died 30 May 1846.  Catherine died 27 June 1824.  He married Rebuke Benwell 28 December 1826.  Included is a photograph of David Hold.  Article covers the years 1710 - 1846 in the parishes of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 29 #4 October 1993, pgs 39-42[80]

Scottish pensioners Part 2 compiled by Ian Row botham.  Alphabetical list Campell to Duffes of Scottish soldier pensioners gives name, regiment, award, where born and year, and remarks.  Article covers the years 1793 - 1847 in various locations of Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 29 #4 October 1993, pgs 71-72[80]

Volume 30 (1994)

The Norman ancestors of the Boydells of Dodelston and Grappenhall by Mrs. B. Topham.  A brief history of the Boydells from Norman times.  Richard Coward married Elizabeth Boydell in 1740.  Elizabeth was the daughter of William and Ellen Risley Boydell of Leigh.  A tree of counts of Anjou is included: Surnames are: Tesson, Osbern, Hugh, Osbert, Boisdele, Boidel, Boydele, Boydell, Cubben, Liptrott, Winnick Greondye, Houghton, Risley, Coward, Baxenden, Lythgoe, Dixon, Yates, Waterworth, Hindley, and Inman.  Article covers the years 1093 - 1921 in the parishes of Pennington and Leigh, Lancashire, and Lymm, Cheshire.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 30 #1 January 1994, pgs 7-13[81]

A cabal of cabinet makers?  by John Dickinson.  William Stirrup married Elizabeth in 1859.  Six men by the name of Stirrup were cabinet makers in Warrington.  They were Roman Catholic.  Article covers the years 1790 - 1974 in the parish of Warrington, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 30 #1 January 1994, pgs 21-22[81] 

Lancashire men in the Canadian Army 1914 - 18 by Ethel Juriloff.  A list of Lancashire men who served in the 102 Infantry Battalion in the Canadian Army.  Each entry gives rank, name, date of evacuation, transfer or wounding, or killed in action, and address in Lancashire.  Article covers the years 1914 - 1919 in various parishes of Lancashire, England, and in the parish of Comox, British Columbia, Canada.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 30 #1 January 1994, pg 34[81]

James Archer: Middleton schoolmaster by Dr. John Ward.  James Archer was born in Dent, Yorkshire.  He married Mary Fallowfied at Ulverston.  They had Thomas (1779 - 1812), Elizabeth (1779 - 1790) and Agnes (1778 - 1861).  Mary died in 1789 (39 years old).  Thomas married Elizabeth Tweedale of Almondbury, Yorkshire, in 1791.  They had John (1797 - 1836) and Mary (1794 - 1871).  Article covers the years 1747 - 1871 in the parishes of Middleton, Derbyshire, and Almondbury, Yorkshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 30 #1 January 1994, pgs 35-36[81]

The Gregson memoirs by G W Timmington.  James Gregson was baptized 22 December 1822, son of Mary and Nicholas Gregson.  The family emigrated to American in 1837.  Eliza Marshall was baptized at Manchester Collegiate Church 23 May 1824 a daughter of Ann and John Marshall.  This family emigrated to America in 1839.  James and Eliza were married in October 1843 and emigrated west in 1844.  A photo of them is included.  They had one daughter, Ann, born 3 September 1846.  James died 1898; Eliza died in 1889.  Article covers the years 1822 - 1899 in the parish of Little Bolton, Lancashire, England, and in the United States.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 30 #1 January 1994, pgs 58-64[81]

Scotland? of Warrington? by Esme Chapman.  Thomas Burtles was born in 1825 at Greenock East to Benjamin Burtles and Mary Lockhart.  Benjamin died in Portobello in 1899.  Mary and her children went to Manchester.  Benjamin was apprenticed to a glassmaker when he was 10-both parents deceased.  Article covers the years 1732 - 1858 in the parishes of Warrington, Buckinghamshire, England, and Portobello, Lanark, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 30 #1 January 1994, pgs 72-73[81]

Agnes Cross of Rossland and her 40 children by William P. Cross.  Agnes Cross was born 23 July 1791 at West Greenock to James Cross and Jean Bryce.  She married William Wilson on 18 May 1810 at Paisley.  They had twelve children before William died in 1839.  Agnes became guardian for pauper children for 30 years.  She died 5 January 1870 at Rossland.  Article covers the years 1788 - 1870 in the parishes of West Greenock and Paisley, Renfrew, Scotland, and Rossland, British Columbia, Canada.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 30 #1 January 1994, pgs 74-75[81]

Scottish veteran pensioners part 3 compiled by Ian Rowbotham.  A list of Scottish veterans giving name, regiment, year pension granted, place and uear of birth, and remarks such as other regiments in which served.  Article covers the years 1750 - 1817 in various places of Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 30 #1 January 1994, pgs 74-76[81]

Three score years and more!  submitted by J Beckett.  A list persons over 90 years old.  Each entry gives name, residence, year of death, age, and sometimes remarks about the individual.  Article covers the years 1691 - 1850 in various places of Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 30 #1 January 1994, pgs 80-82[81]

The Bach family by Marion O'Brien,  Aaron Bach and Ann Woods were married 30 August 1812 at Rainford Chapel in Eccleston.  They had ten children.  This article discusses the death of their son Aaron, born 3 October 1813.  Article covers the years 1812 - 1841 in the parishes of Windle and Eccleston, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 30 #2 April 1994, pgs 16-17[82]

The Manchester protestation 1641 - 1642 (Part 2) compiled by W Bee.  Alphabetical list beginning with Greene and ending with Yate.  The listing indicates that in the original document some biographical information is given on some individuals.  Article covers the years 1641 - 1642 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 30 #2 April 1994, pgs 18-25[82] 

A Chadwick family of Stockport and Warwick by D Lane.  Thomas Chadwick was born 23 May 1792 at Reddish to Moses Chadwick and Sarah Barlow and baptized at Gordon Dissenters Chapel.  He married Phebe Clarke 13 October 1814 at St. John's, Deansgate in Manchester.  They had four children.  Sarah was buried 10 October 1819.  Thomas then married Hannah Shawcross 7 August 1820.  They had five children before the move to Warwick c1826.  There six more children were born.  This narrative discusses some of the children.  Article covers the years 1766 - 1860 in the parishes of Stockport and Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 30 #2 April 1994, pgs 30-34[82]  

Scottish veteran pensioners: Part 4.  Alphabetical listing of Scottish pensioners from Haddow to McBaith gives name, regiment, date pension awarded, rank, place and year of birth.  Article covers the years 1743 - 1821 in various places of Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 30 #2 April 1994, pgs 74-77[82]

St Luke's Church, 1893 by Vera Horne.  Extract's from the parish magazine of St Luke's Church, Miles Platting.  Baptism entries give date, child's name and parents names.  Marriage entries give date, groom's name and bride's name.  Death entry gives date, residence, and age.  Included are prices ansd times available for ceremonies.  Article covers the year 1893 in the parish of Miles Platting, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 30 #3 July 1994, pgs 8-9[83]   

David Yates family by Ethel Dale Runyon.  David Yates, son of David Johnson and Elizabeth Yates was baptized 10 June 1733 at St. Mary's, Eccles.  He married Hannah Littleton (1736 - 1777) on 1 January 1756 at Manchester Cathedral.  They had fourteen children.  This narrative discusses each of the children.  Surnames are: Prior, Lee, Ashton, Smith, Ameers, Bury, Warren, Thornally, Horsley, Greenwood, Baguley, Etchells, Harrison, Kelsall, Cooper, Parker, Speakman, Newton, Renshaw, Travis, Proctor, and Dole.  David Yates died 2 April 1827.  Article covers the years 1711 - 1868 in the parishes of Eccles and Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 30 #3 July 1994, pgs 10-14[83]

Is this Oscar Hobson?  by A L Goodrick.  A photograph believed to be Oscar Hobson who served in World War 1.  Article in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 30 #3 July 1994, pg 24[83]

[Photograph].  Photograph of Fred Kempster: Blackburn's "much loved gentle giant" and an unnamed woman.  Article covers the years 1900 - 1998 in the parish of Blackburn, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 30 #3 July 1994, pg 25[83]

In search of Deegans by Mrs. M Thornton.  William son of Patrick Deegan was born 1840.  He married Bridget Carroll in 1870 at Bury.  Alternate spelling is: Duigan.  They were Roman Catholic.  Article covers the years 1800 - 1993 in the parishes of Vicarstown, Laois, Ireland, and Bury, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 30 #3 July 1994, pgs 47-49[83]

Scots in Wigan by Jim Beckett.  Extracted list of Scottish immigrants in Wigan.  Baptism entries may give name of child, name of parents, residence, birth date, other family members baptized, parents marriage and date, and place of origin.  Article covers the years 1770 - 1836 in the parish of Wigan, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 30 #3 July 1994, pgs 60-62[83]

The mayoral ball, Preston, 23 January 1845 The Paley family by Mrs Joan Kapphan.  Photograph of Paley family members in costume.  Identified in article are: John Paley, father; Ann and John Abraham (daughter and husband; John Paley, son.  Article covers the year 1845 in the parish of Preston, Lancashire, England.  Article in the front cover of The Manchester Genealogist v. 30 #4 October 1994[84]

Mayoral ball, Preston by Mrs. Joan Kapphan.  Three members of the Palex family served as mayors of Preston.  John Paley senior 1838 - 9, his son, 1844 - 45 and 1846 - 7.  Grandson John also served.  Article covers the years 1838 - 1868 in the parish of Preston, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 30 #4 October 1994, pg 4[84] 

The ancestry of George Ormerod (1785 - 1873): historian of Cheshire by Dr John E Orme.  George Ormerod was born 20 October 1785 in Manchester.  This narrative discusses his ancestors and his supposed ancestors.  Alternate spelling of the name Ormrod.  Article covers the years 1665 - 1873 in the parishes of Manchester, Bury, Bolton, and Monton, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 30 #4 October 1994, pgs 7-13[84]

Poinsettias to Kew by Michael Owen.  Robert Derry was born 7 February 1815 and baptized at Hammerwich to Henry Derry and Eliza Lennie.  He married Amelia Hounslow 11 May 1899.  Their son Robert Bruce Hounslow Derry was born 11 December 1899 at Islington.  He married Annie Bowker in 1927.  Article covers the years 1853 - 1957 in the parishes of Hammerwich, Staffordshire, and Islington, Middlesex, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 30 #4 October 1994, pgs 21-23[84]

Mystery and imagination by James Grimshaw.  Thomas Barlow married Hannah Beswick on 18 June 1771 at Manchester Collegiate Church.  Abraham Barlow was christened 22 June 1794 at St James, Gorton.  Thomas Grimshaw married Alice Withington at Manchester Collegiate Church on 21 February 1792.  Alice died 1840.  Article covers the years 1771 - 1861 in the parishes of Gorton and Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 30 #4 October 1994, pgs 26-27[84]

In search of Dalbys by Dr M Dalby.  Peter Dalby (1791 - 1845) emigrated to Manchester c1830 with two sons James (c1825 - 1914) and William (c1826 - 1890).  James married Bridget Corr in 1865 at Garranlahan.  Article covers the years 1650 - [1993] in the parishes of Cloonalough near Ballinlough, Roscommon, Ireland, and Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 30 #4 October 1994, pgs 45-47[84]

Letter from America by Eddie Bevitt.  A photograph labelled "Souvenir of September 17, 1913 Grace's Wedding party".  Identified are: Rev D H Fleet, Paul Robert Thompson, Nettie (Mrs. Paul R), Vida Irene (in St Louis), Myrna (Nettie's niece), Madeline Elizabeth, Margaret Leighe, Rev Dr. G W Case (J's friend), Mercede's Irene Thompson Vera Regina (in India), David Reginald (Ray) in Chicago, Justin Reginald, Mary Isabel Regina, Mrs Case, Grace Constance, Arthur John Norris and Mrs. Sara Norris.  Article covers the years 1839 - 1965 in the parish of Poynette, Columbia, Wisconsin, United States.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 30 #4 October 1994, pgs 56-60[84]

John Brown illustrated bible by Mrs Margaret Koppens.  Birth extracts from a family bible.  William Davenport 24 March 1838 Sarah Davenport 22 April 1842 Their children: William Everingham 4 April 1863, Lillian Mary Everingham 14 February 1865, Ida Catherine Everingham 5 December 1866, Edwin Everingham 7 November 1868, Florence Everingham 8 March 1871, Violet Everingham 14 December 1874.  Article covers the years 1838 - 1874 in the parish of Bolton, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 30 #4 October 1994, pg 60[84]

The phantom register of Cockey Moor by Mr. Wayne Ashton.  The author has discovered a register for Ainsworth that shows 500 marriages between 1837 - 1843.  Marriages were performed for many out of the area.  Article covers the years 1837 - 1850 in the parish of Ainsworth, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 30 #4 October 1994, pg 66[84]

Scottish veteran pensioners: Part 5 compiled by Ian Rowbotham.  Extracted list of Scottish pensioners McCallum to Rankin.  Each entry gives name, regiment, date pension approved, birth place, birth year, residence and remarks.  Article covers the years 1745 - 1848 in various places of Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 30 #4 October 1994, pgs 78-83[84]

Huré family bible by Mrs M Lawrence.  Henry Adolphe Huré was born 23 June 1832.  His wife Elizabeth Scarborough was born 20 June 1836.  They married 27 March 1856.  Their children: James Henry born 1 January 1857 died 17 February 1859, Louise Adolphe born 26 September 1859, Walter Francis born 11 November 1862 died 6 November 1884, Henry Adolphe died 1870, Elizabeth Walls died 15 July 1878.  Article covers the years 1832 - 1878 in the parishes of Cheriton, Kent, Portsmouth, Hampshire, Bristol, Gloustershire, and Aldershot, Hampshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 30 #4 October 1994, pgs 85-86[84]

Volume 31 (1995)

The reality of war: a soldier of the king's own submitted by Paul Higinbotham.  Ernest Arthur Higenbotham was born 16 March 1886 at Hyde to Thomas and Emily Higinbotham.  He enlisted in the army in January 1916.  He caught pneumonia from the poor condition in the trenches.  He died 24 March 1917 and is buried in Boulogne, France.  Included is a photograph of him in uniform.  Article covers the years 1886 - 1917 in the parishes of Hyde, Cheshire, England, and Boulogne, Vendée, France.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 31 #1 January 1995, pgs 9-14[85]

Chilean monumental inscriptions extracted by Derek Griffis.  Persons from Lancashire, Cheshire and Cumberland who died in Chile.  Arthur Frederick Lee Jones died 3 January 1923.  George Brooks died 13 June 1918, James Mac Ynnis died 26 June 1899, Charles Frederick Mason died 19 July 1913, Frederick William Cobb died 2 July 1914, Basil Alexander Robson died 13 February 1915.  John Ellison died 16 August 1915, Charles Arthur Hardwick died 13 December 1916, Alexander Fraser died 29 September 1952, Harry Ellis died 22 February 1926, Charles W. Thomas died 23 July 1907, Donald McGregor Shaw died between 1910 - 20, Edward Stanley died 5 March 1928, Peter H. Speedie died 28 October 1864, Rachel Martha Burnside died 28 October 1930, Henry Steven Burnside died 1 February 1863, Frank Lumley died 16 August 1910, William Cubby Williamson died 7 September 1892, William Arthur Evans died 14 March 1930, Thomas Hill died 2 July 1887.  Article covers the years 1832 - 1930 in the parishes of Arica, Iquique, Antofagasta, Tarapacá, and Santiago, Santiago, Chile.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 31 #1 January 1995, pgs 16-17[85]  

Lost in the Woods by Christine P. Angrave.  In a Taylor family bible: John Wood born 25 March 1825, Mary Wood born 10 August 1819, Eliza Wood born 29 November 1843, James Wood born 29 March 1846, Sam Wood born 27 April 1850, Alice Wood born 29 September 1851, Mary Wood born 12 December 1855.  John Wood died 21 February 1875 and was interred at St Margaret's church 25 February 1875.  Mary Wood died 25 June 1881 and was interred at St Margaret's Church on 30 June 1881.  Article covers the years 1819 - 1881 in the parishes of Failsworth, Newton Heath, and Chadderton, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 31 #1 January 1995, pg 20[85] 

The Guest family of Prestwich 1628 - 1850: Part 1 by Ian McAlpine.  Ralph Guest and Anne Eckersall married 1 January 1628 at Prestwich.  They had many children.  The author explains his research.  Surnames are: Collinge, Kershaw, Smith, Mills, and Whitby.  To be continued.  Article covers the years 1550 - 1740 in the parishes of Manchester and Prestwich, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 31 #1 January 1995, pgs 23-28[85]

American Tour by the Edith Ross Concert Party 1892 - 1893 by William P. Cross.  Mary Ann Sopie Weaver McLardy married William Patterson Cross.  She was born at Gourock to William McLardy and Janet McFarlane.  William was from Dunbartonshire.  Mary Ann used the stage name of Edith Ross.  Their company did a tour of USA and Canada 1892 - 1893.  A handbill is included with photographs of Agnes Thompson.  Nannie Baxter, Mary Mc Neill, Mary Read, Edith Ross, W. Patterson Cross, James Black and James Merry lees.  Article covers the years 1861 - 1911 in the parish of Greenock, Renfrew, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 31 #1 January 1995, pgs 65-67[85]

Scottish veteran pensioners: Part 6 complied by Jan Rowbotham.  Alphabetical list of Scottish veterans beginning with Ratray to Younger.  Entry gives name, regiment, place of birth, residence and comments.  Article covers the years 1748 - 1852 in various places of Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 31 #1 January 1995, pgs 69-75[85] 

[photograph] sent by Mary Hopson.  Photograph of James Hulme 1800 - 1876.  Article covers the years 1800 - 1876 in the parish of Stretford, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 31 #2 April 1995, on cover and pg 104[86]

Dear brother by Helene Desjarlais.  John Wood, son of Mark Wood and Mary Green was born about 1820.  He married first Hanna in 1842 at Manchester Cathedral.  They had six children.  He married second Margaret Slater Warburton in 1857.  He emigrated to America in 1858.  He married third Mary Rock in September 1861.  He drowned himself on 11 August 1869.  Article covers the years 1820 - 1869 in the parishes of Manchester, Lancashire, England, and Lowell, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 31 #2 April 1995, pgs 105-109[86]

The Guest Family of Prestwich 1628 - 1850 - Part 2 by Ian McAlpine.  Continued.  Author's narrative of his search for Ralph Guest 1662 - 1755 and his brother Job, 1673 - 1740.  A family tree is given.  Surnames are: Oldham, Bromley, Warbrike, and Walker.  To be continued.  Article covers the years 1662 - 1793 in the parish of Prestwich, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 31 #2 April 1995, pgs 117-121[86]

Baker family bible by Franklin W. Smith.  A bible once owned by Herry Baker born 27 April 1779 of Penwortham.  The extracted entries are: Henry Baker and Alice Norris married 20 September 1821 Leyland Church; Margaret born 21 July 1822 christened 27 December Leyland Church; Catherine born 20 November 1823 christened 22 August 1824; Giveth born 29 April 1826 baptized 7 June; Margaret Baker died 16 May 1850; Henry Baker christened 21 August 1743, Penwortham church died 18 March 1829 buried 19 March 1821.  Article covers the years 1799 - 1850 in the parish of Penwortham, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 31 #2 April 1995, pg 122[86]  

Rider family bible by W T Joynson.  Extracted entries are: Frank Colin Rider born 7 June 1899 christened Christ Church West, Didsbury; Kathleen Rider born 19 August 1905, baptized 29 October 1905 Holy Trinity SS, Blackpool; Carrie Rider born 8 January 1907, baptized 17 November 1912 Holy Trinity, Blackpool; Peter Cheetham born 26 February 1925; Susan Cheetham born 26 August 1945; William Rider died 28 December 1922; Katie Mabel Rider died 30 December 1945; Thomas Clement Madin died 3 April 1961; Carrie Jones died 11 December 1988.  Article covers the years 1899 - 1988 in the parish of Didsbury, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 31 #2 April 1995, pg 125[86]

Is this your family?  by Marion O'Brien.  Extracted entries are: James Holt born 19 July 1838 died 4 September 1902; Mary Holt born 12 March 1838, died 25 September 1879; Elizabeth Ann Holt born 12 December 1860, died 29 December 1860; Clement Holt born 12 December 1860; Bertha Holt born 2 November 1862, died 21 July 1892 wife of Richard Ashton; Edward Holt born 11 March 1865 died 2 January 1866; William Holt born 23 October 1866; Joseph Holt born 15 August 1869 died 12 October 1903; James Holt jnr born 4 July 1871 died 19 June 1878; Hannah Holt born 8 October 1873; Backay ? Holt born 5 February 1876; Fred Holt born 26 September 1878 died 15 January 1881.  Article covers the years 1838 - 1902 in the parish of Heywood, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 31 #2 April 1995, pg 126[86]  

The king's own by John Devonshire.  A photograph of Number 7 Platoon 'A' Company, 7th Battalion, the King's Own Royal (Lancaster) Regiment, taken 1 June 1942.  Identified are: W Duffy, A Middleton, G Watson, A Goddard H Cotgrove, I Ryal, P Horridge, H Baguley, AG or T Matthews, Bannister, Piercy, Gor H Powell, J Machin, H Bindless, L. Walsh, F Brook, J Devonshire, E Westhead, E Gardner, C Stackhouse, King, E Maskill, and Kendall.  Article covers the years 1942 - 1946 in the parish of Comberbach, Cheshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 31 #2 April 1995, pgs 162-163[86]  

Seddon or Dixon?  by Roslyn Townsend.  A photograph of six men taken at FredAsh Studio in Manchester.  They may be Seddons or Dixons.  Article in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 31 #2 April 1995, pg 168[86]

The Guest family of Prestwich 1628 - 1850: Part 3 by Ian McAlpine.  Continuing research on the sons of Job Guest.  A family tree is included.  Surnames are: Birch, Walker, Pollett, Warbrike and Blackley.  Article covers the years 1710 - 1814 in the parish of Prestwich, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 31 #3 July 1995, pgs 196-200[87]

Manchester Valentines by Rob Schofield.  Two paragraphs are presented - subjects not identified.  On the back of one is inscribed "for Uncle Tom Schofield" shows one man and two women.  The other photo is inscribed "for Uncle John Schofield" shows one woman.  Article covers the years 1863 - 1906 in the parish of Dukinfield, Cheshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 31 #3 July 1995, pg 212[87] 

True and humble thanks 'ta to Charcles'.  John Whiting was baptized 27 June 1833 at Lancaster to Thomas Whiting and Mary Simpson.  He was one of eight children.  Article covers the years 1798 - 1881 in the parishes of Lancaster, Lancashire, and Bisley, Gloucestershire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 31 #3 July 1995, pgs 222-224[87]    

Edward Fairbrother by A Fairbrother.  Edward Fairbrother was born on 12 January 1782 in Edgworth to James Fairbrother and Mary Edge.  James' first wife was Martha Lomas who was buried at St Peters 18 April 1767.  Bolton-le-Moors.  Edward married Dinah Bradshaw.  Both were at Talavera and were taken prisoner by the French.  After release they returned to England.  Edward died at Stockport on 5 December 1849.  Article covers the years 1782 - 1849 in the parishes of Verdun-sur-Meuse, Meuse, France, and Stockton, Cheshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 31 #3 July 1995, pgs 229-231[87]

The family of John Stuart by W S Griffith.  Alternate spellings of Stuart are: Steuart, Stewart and Stuart.  John Steuart married Mary Shaw at Manchester on 11 May 1765.  John married second Betty Ratcliffe at Manchester on 5 June 1780.  Betty was baptized 5 June 1757 at Newton Heath, daughter of Alexander Ratcliffe and Betty Adcroft.  John died 9 September 1801 and Betty died 30 November 1797.  They had eight children.  Article covers the years 1733 - 1894 in the parish of Manchester, Lanchester, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 31 #3 July 1995, pgs 234-239[87]   

Christina Cross by William P. Cross.  Christina Cross had four illegitimate child before she married Constantine (Connelly) Freel at Paisley on 11 November 1851.  He died in 1874 at Paisley and was a widower at that time.  Article covers the years 1839 - 1874 in the parishes of Erskine and Paisley, Renfrew, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 31 #3 July 1995, pgs 240-242[87] 

Meat me at the movies: the Brabins of Liverpool by Angela Brabin.  Thomas Brabin married Alice Sixsmith at St. Peter's, Liverpool on 5 October 1824.  They had five sons.  This narrative traces his grandchildren.  Included are two photographs, the first titles.  The Brabin Family; Charles, John Edward William, Margaret, Polly, Charles and Edward.  The second identifies Charles Brabin and Theda Bara.  Bibliography, surnames: Hodson, Hewett.  Article covers the years 1824 - 1981 in the parish of Liverpool, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 31 #4 October 1995, pgs 263-267[88]   

Black balled to Australia: Yates Brooks a biographical sketch by Mr H J Brooks.  Yates Brooks was born to John Brooks and Eliza Yates.  The family emigrated to Australia.  Yates married Emma Mullen on 13 January 1874 at Holy Trinity, Williamstown.  Yates died 23 Oct 1896 leaving a family of eight children.  Article covers the years 1796 - 1940 in the parishes of Williamstown and Kensington, Victoria, Australia.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 31 #4 October 1995, pgs 273-275[88]

The Guest family of Prestwich 1628 - 1850: part 4 by Ian McAlpine.  Continuing narrative of the descendants of James Guest 1737 - 1814 and Mary Diggle 1738 - 1778.  A family tree is given.  Surnames include: Horsefield, Ashworth, Siddall, Jones, and Ogden.  Article covers the years 1628 - 1869 in the parish of Prestwich, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 31 #4 October 1995, pgs 276-280[88]  

Some north Queensland strays by Ian Hodkinson.  Extracted records of Lancashire folk buried in the West End Cemetery in Townsville.  Surnames are: Brown, Buckley, Casey, Comisky, Coomber, Fletcher, Harris, Hart, Harvey, Kelsall, Keys, Norton, Skinner, Taylor and Thompson.  Article covers the years 1863 - 1899 in the parish of Townsville, Queensland, Australia.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 31 #4 October 1995, pg 284[88]

Volume 32 (1996)

Not my Jones family by Elaine Johnson.  Edwin Jones was born 27 July 1810 in Flintshire, Wales.  His wife, Mary Ann Cox, was born 18 August 1812 at Runcorn; daughter of Samuel and Margaret Cox.  Edwin and Mary Ann were married 25 January 1831 in Warrington.  They had ten children.  Edwin died in 1862.  Article covers the years 1810 - 1862 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 32 #1 January 1996, pgs 7-8[89]

Mum's the word by Brenda Flynn.  David Dixon and Mary Lees were married at St John's Manchester in 1859.  Harold Bailey Dixon was born 11 August 1852 in London to William Hepworth Dixon.  Article covers the years 1821 - 1943 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 32 #1 January 1996, pgs 9-10[89]

A secret rediscovered by Ron Harrison.  James Dawson was born in 1843 at Dunham Woodhouses, to James and Ann Dawson.  He married Sarah Swindells at Bowden.  He died 5 May 1893 at Macclesfield at Parkside Lunatic Asylum of mental illness.  Included is a photograph of James Dawson.  Article covers the years 1843 - 1893 in the parishes of Dunham, Nottinghamshire, and Macclesfield, Cheshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 32 #1 January 1996, pgs 10-12[89]

Whatever happened to the Browns of Miles Plalling?  by Rolly Brown.  Samuel Brown was born on 16 June 1886 to William Brown and Jane Rowlinson at Miles Platting in Manchester.  William and Jane had twelve children.  Samuel enigrated to Australia in 1907.  Article covers the years 1840 - 1907 in the parishes of Manchester, Lancashire, England, and Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 32 #1 January 1996, pg 15[89]

Wright Butterworth: Ancoats fireman by John A Diley.  A photograph of Poll and Street Fire Station firemen taken about 1895.  Only Wright Butterworth is identified of the five men.  Article covers the years 1875 - 1895 in the parish of Ancoats, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 32 #1 January 1996, pg 32[89]

Quinns and Girardins by Lily Westfall.  A descendancy chart is given beginning with Martin Girard born 1575 in St Cyr-du-Vaureuil, Normandy, France married 1660 Madeleine Herbert.  Surnames are: Anceume, Halay, Trottier, Daudelin, Tiriaque, Quinn, Hope, Holyman, and Westfall.  Article covers the years 1575 - 1945 in the parishes of St Cyr-du-Vaudreuil, Eure, France, Quebec, Quebec, Canada, Amhurstberg, Essex, Ontario, Manchester, Lancashire, and Rotherham, Yorkshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 32 #1 January 1996, pgs 46-47[89]

English glassmakers of Glasgow 1785 - 1798 by Brian Hardyman.  A list of English glassmakers in Glasgow taken from St Andrews Episcopal Church baptism and marriage records.  Article covers the years 1763 - 1798 in the parish of Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 32 #1 January 1996, pgs 60-61[89]

John Cross and Mary Guille of Erskine by William Cross.  John Cross was born 16 June 1793 at Inchinan to James Cross and Jean Bryce.  John married Mary Guille 22 July 1836 at Erskine.  They had three children, William, James and Jean.  John died 10 March 1870; Mary died in September 1870.  Article covers the years 1793 - 1870 in the parish of Erskine, Renfrewshire, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 32 #1 January 1996, pgs 61-64[89]

My Scottish ancestors by Alan Paley.  Robert Dill of Newton Stewart married Agnes Murray.  They lived at Minnigraff.  This brief narrative describes their descendants.  Surnames include: Graham, Mackie, Ferries, Bell, Dunbar, Tame, Goodlad, Hesse and Forrest.  Article covers the years 1360 - 1935 in the parish of Newton Stewart, Wigtown, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 32 #1 January 1996, pgs 66-67[89] 

Don't put the horse before the cart! : Proving a legend by Ron Harrison.  Daniel Sanderson (1822 - 1900) married Elizabeth Parker (1823 - 1899).  They lived in Swinton.  Included are photographs of Daniel Sanderson and Elizabeth Parker.  Article covers the years 1759 - 1992 in the parish of Swinton, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 32 #2 April 1996, pgs 83-85[90] 

Looking for Uncle Jim by K P Wolstenholme.  James Patrick Shelton was baptized 16 October 1892 at St Aloysius in Ardwick.  A photo is included of Pte J P Shelton, 19th Manchester Regiment killed 2 April 1917 aged 24.  Article covers the years 1892 - 1995 in the parishes of Chorlton and Ardwick, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 32 #2 April 1996, pgs 86-87[90]

The downfall of Thomas Cave by Beverly Dwyer.  William Cave and Elizabeth Childerson had fourteen children between 1773 - 1796 in York.  Thomas Henry Cave was born 1808 in Manchester to Thomas Cave and Jane Imms.  He emigrated to Australia and married Ann Campbell.  They had seven children.  Ann died in May 1852.  Thomas Henry committed suicide in January 1888 and is buried in Waverly Cemetery in Sydney.  Article covers the years 1808 - 1888 in the parishes of York, Yorkshire, and Manchester, Lancashire, England, and in the country of Australia.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 32 #2 April 1996, pgs 87-88[90]  

St John's church by Bob Dobson.  A list of extracted names of owners of the pews in St John's and the date of ownership.  Article covers the years 1769 - 1928 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 32 #2 April 1996, pgs 88-90[90] 

My Irish grandparents by Douglas Clements.  William Henry McLoughlin was born in 1868 in Dublin to Myles McLoughlin and Mary O'Brien.  He married Emma Charlotte Cuthbert in 1887 at Roman Catholic Cathedral in Dublin.  Article covers the years 1862 - 1991 in the parishes of Dublin, Dublin, Ireland, and Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 32 #2 April 1996, pgs 116-118[90] 

John Percy Nicholson [an autobiography].  John Percy Nicholson was born 12 October 1876 in Tonge Moor Road to Thomas and Ellen Nicholson one of twelve children.  He married Annie Wolfendale at Albert Road Congregational Chapel in Farnsworth.  Annie died 1 October 1950.  John died 2 October 1964.  Article covers the years 1876 - 1964 in the parish of Farnsworth, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 32 #2 April 1996, pgs 123-126[90]

Anchors away!  by F G Anchor.  Robert Lester Anchor married Sarah Gosling 7 April 1816.  He also married Sarah Hibbert.  Four children are mentioned: Moses, Sarah Ann, Robert Lester, Samuel Lester.  Article covers the years 1817 - 1884 in the parishes of Macclesfield, Cheshire, Liverpool, Lancashire, and London, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 32 #3 July 1996, pgs 155-156[91]  

Henry Bowen - a gasman by Barbara McGivern.  Henry Bowen son of Thomas and Mary Bowin, was baptized 24 October 1824 at Manchester Cathedral.  Henry married Eliza Etches 4 June 1843.  He also married Fanny Cousins and had one daughter Maud Gwendoline born 27 January 1878.  Henry died 14 March 1881.  Article covers the years 1824 - 1915 in the parishes of Salford and Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 32 #3 July 1996, pgs 156-160[91]

Another fine mess by Arthur Topham.  Thomas Hamer, son of Robert Hamer and Alice Beswick was baptized 14 February 1808 at Bolton, St Peters.  He married Mary Ann Haslam 14 November 1830.  Article covers the years 1808 - 1870 in the parish of Bolton, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 32 #3 July 1996, pgs 207-208[91] 

Extracts from the baptism registers of Ryecroft Independent Chapel, Ashton-under-Lyne by Revd D H Nadin.  Extracted marriage information of marriages not performed at Ryecroft but outside Anglican churches.  Entry gives groom's name, bride's maiden name, date and place of marriage.  Article covers the years 1892 - 1915 in the parish of Aston-under-Lyne, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 32 #3 July 1996, pg 212[91] 

Football goes to Australia by Donald Campbell.  Donald Strathearn Gemmell was born 3 March 1861 to Alexander Gemmell and Jane Strathearn at Dunbarton.  He emigrated to Australia in 1883.  He married Jessie Ross Peattie on 11 July 1884.  They had four children.  Donald joined the Rangers (Soccer Club).  Included is a photograph labeled Brisbane's first soccer club with an inset photo of Don S. Gemmell.  Identified in the photo: W. Middlebrook, W. Wordie, W McNaughton, E. Burke, J Cains, J. Anderton, W. Cairns, W Millar, A Rankine, W. Allison, J. Christie, A. Russell, A. Irvine.  Article covers the years 1861 - 1946 in the county of Dunbarton, Scotland, and in the parish of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 32 #3 July 1996, pgs 216-217[91]  

The well-travelled Cockitts by Keith R. Giles.  James Rathbone Cockitt married Jane Jackson 18 January 1862 at Manchester Cathedral.  He emigrated to America.  Esther Ann Cockitt married John Thornley on 27 April 1869 at St Luke's, Cheetham Hill.  Olive Augusta Cockitt married Thomas Booth by Fowler in March 1870.  Article covers the years 1841 - 1891 in the parishes of Manchester, Lancashire, Gawsworth, Cheshire, England, and Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 32 #4 October 1996, pgs 239-240[92]  

The ancestry of Mary Haydock by Dr. J.E. Orme.  Mary Haydock married Peter Ormerod in Cliviger before 1563.  She died 8 April 1573.  This narrative history of her ancestors - especially notes maternal lines.  Article covers the years 1066 - 1573 in the parish of Burnley, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 32 #4 October 1996, pgs 242-244[92] 

The good Samaritan: Bridgewater House Boys Home 1886 - 1889 Chester Road, Manchester by Frances de Courcy.  An alphabetical listing of boys living at Bridgewater House.  Each entry gives name, religion, date admitted, date left and comments.  Article covers the years 1886 - 1889 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 32 #4 October 1996, pgs 245-249[92]

A soldier of the 71st in Manchester by M F Tighe.  Peter Taws was baptized 3 April 1764 at Leochel - Cushie.  He married Mary Allan on 28 March 1788.  They had two children Mary and Alexander.  This is a narrative of Alexander and his military experiences in France, Ireland, North America and back to England.  Article covers the years 1764 - 1871 in the parishes of Manchester, Lancashire, England, and Norrent, Pas-de-Calais, France, and in the counties of Quebec, Canada, and Limcrek, Ireland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 32 #4 October 1996, pgs 292-295[92]

Volume 33 (1997)

Downalls of Downall Green by Ron Harrison.  A narrative history of the Downalls including a family tree beginning with William Downall died 1594 and Jane of Ashton.  Surnames are: Worthington, Mather, Tyrer, Crompton, Cateral, Leyland, Birchall, Rimmer, Bathgate, Whiteley and Harrison.  Article covers the years 1549 - 1979 in the parishes of Makersfield and Ashton, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 33 #1 January 1997, pgs 7-11[93]

A list of deserters from her majesty's service by Ken Lardner.  An alphabetical list published in The Police Gazette 20 January 12 June 1843.  Each entry gives number, name, regiment, birth place, trade, and age.  Article covers the year 1843 in various parishes of Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 33 #1 January 1997, pgs 47-48[93]

Foley of Manchester by John Baldwin.  Alternate name is Fowley.  James Foley was born in Manchester about 1810.  His father was William Foley from Killarney.  James had three children with Ann Reynolds between 1832 - 1842 but didn't marry her.  In 1854 he married Ellen Robinson.  They had four children.  Article covers the years 1800 - 1930 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England, and in the county of Killarney, Ireland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 33 #1 January 1997, pgs 59-60[93] 

A list of deserters from her majesty's service by Ken Lardner.  A alphabetical list taken from The Police Gazette, 30 January - 12 June 1843.  Each entry gives number, name, regiment, where born, trade, and age.  Article covers the year 1843 in various locations of Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 33 #1 January 1997, pgs 66-69[93]

Paisley's electoral roll for 1847 by William Cross.  An alphabetical list of electors by ward.  Each entry gives name, trade, and residence on 24 August 1847.  Article covers the year 1847 in the parish of Paisley, Renfrew, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 33 #2 April 1997, pgs 132-142[94]  

Skipper's Point cemetery by Richard Longden.  A list of interments of Skipper's Point Cemetery.  Each entry gives name, death date, where born, relationship, age.  Article covers the years 1863 - 1937 in the parish of Skipper's Point, Otago, New Zealand.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 33 #3 July 1997, pgs 164-167[95]

George McGhie Murdoch by John Horwood and Margaret Hornby.  George Murdoch was the son of Charles Murdoch and Agnes Armstrong.  George married Nei Taketi and they had two children.  He then married Meme Randolph and they had eight children.  Article covers the years 1860 - 1936 in the parish of Isle of Skye, Inverness, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 33 #3 July 1997, pg 212[95]

Lost or just misplaced?  by Margaret Commons.  James Roach was born about 1793 in London.  He married Mary Hellyer born about 1790 at Cartnel, Lancashire.  They had four children: Mary Ann, Emanuel, Michael Edmund who all emigrated to Australia and Alfred who stayed in England.  Alfred married Hannah 7 January 1854.  They had six children before she died 9 June 1864.  Article covers the years 1790 - 1865 in the parishes of Newton and Heath, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 33 #4 October 1997, pgs 235-237[96] 

John Prunell's window in time by Ron Harrison.  A photograph is given of John Prunell and his wife Ann sitting in front of a cottage in Abcott.  Ann was buried at Clungunford Parish Church in 1912.  John in 1916.  Article covers the years 1841 - 1916 in the parish of Abcott, Shropshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 33 #4 October 1997, pgs 240-242[96]

The clan Costello by Margaret Thornton.  Dominick Costello married Catherine Doherty in 1828.  They had seven children.  This narrative shows the process used to trace the family and resulted in a family tree.  Surnames are: Travers, Culm, Deegan, Doohan, and Towey.  Article covers the years 1449 - 1990 in the parish of Bury, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 33 #4 October 1997, pgs 275-286[96] 

Volume 34 (1998)

The Grindrod family of Stretford and Sale.  A photograph taken about 1880.  Article covers the years 1800 - 1880 in the parishes of Stretford and Sale, Lancashire, England.  Article in the front cover of The Manchester Genealogist v. 34 #1 January 1998[97] 

The Hobson and Andrew families newspaper proprietors of Ashton-Under-Lyne by Eddie Cass and Gail Hobson.  A narrative history of the Ashton Reporter group of newspapers.  A family tree is presented with William Hobson and Mary Ashworth as the beginning.  Surnames are: Whaley, Sandring, McElroy, Collinge, Barrie, Hoyle, McKnight, Stockton, Davies, Callow, Driver, Wooley, and Wood.  Article covers the years 1759 - 1926 in the parish of Ashton-Under-Lyne, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 34 #1 January 1998, pgs 10-16[97]  

Captain William Sutherland Cross by Susan Topp.  William Sutherland Cross was born 7 June 1883 in Newcastle Harbour, New South Wales, Australia, to William Sutherland Cross and Emily Waterson.  He had three sisters, Emily, Florence and Gertrude.  Article covers the years 1844 - 1950 in the parishes of Liverpool, Manchester, Lancahsire, England, Kirk Michael, Isle of Man, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, and Wilmington, Los Angeles, California, United States.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 34 #1 January 1998, pgs 51-52[97]

Cast in stone by Keith Giles.  Adam Horne and Margaret Graham married in 1834.  Their descendants are: Robert, Barbara, Margaret, James, William, Mary , Elizabeth, Jean, Isabella, Adam Park, John, Annie, Emma, and Reginald Ring.  Article covers the years 1811 - 1925 in the parishes of Henderson, New Zealand, and Possil, Lanark, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 34 #1 January 1998, pg 53[97]

Five Thomas Davidsons by Patricia Priddle.  The author's narrative dsorts out the Thomas Davidsons and their posterity.  Surnames are: McQuigan, Barbour, McIlwey, McNaughton, Dunnachie, and Walker.  Article covers the years 1822 - 1926 in the parishes of Lennox, Dunbarton, Campsie, Stirling, and Busby, Renfrew, Scotland, and in the county of Derry, Ireland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 34 #1 January 1998, pgs 54-55[97] 

Emigration.  A photograph of small boys at a party given by the Lord Mayor of Manchester prior to their journey overseas.  None are identified.  Article covers the year 1910 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in the cover of The Manchester Genealogist v. 34 #2 April 1998[98]

A search for my Lingard ancestors by Donlad Lindgard.  Alternate spellings for Lindgard are Lingart, Lingartt, Lingert and Lyngard.  George Lingard 1757 - 1823 is the son of Joseph Lindgard (1724 - 1796) and Esther Withington (1726 - 1789).  He was one of seven children.  Surnames are Howarth, Bradshaw, Barlow, Whitworth, Batho, Tinker, Partington, Dawson, Moores, and Brokenshaw.  Article covers the years 1564 - 1963 in the parishes of Eccles and Worsley, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 34 #2 April 1998, pgs 83-89[98]

On the Withers trail by Eileen Samuroff.  William Withers was christened in 1795 at Manchester Cathedral, son of Robert and Hannah Withers.  He had three siblings; Thomas 1780, Isabella 1782 and Barbara Leemon Wither 1798.  Article covers the years 1713 - 1860 in the parishes of Manchester, Salford, Gressingham, and Hornby, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 34 #2 April 1998, pgs 93-94[98] 

The Wood Pit disaster by Graham Normansell.  The Wood Pit disaster claimed 189 lives in a coal mine explosion.  A list of those who died is given showing name, age, job, address, marital status and where buried when known.  Article covers the year 1878 in the parish of Haydock, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 34 #3 July 1998, pgs 163-170[99]

Hanna Knight by Carol Talbot.  Jane Knight, daughter of James and Mary Garside, was married to John Knight in 1859 in Leesfield.  Hannah was registered as illegimate.  Article covers the years 1827 - 1912 in the parishes of Liverpool and Lees, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 34 #3 July 1998, pgs 171-172[99]

A letter from America by John A. Diley.  Alexander Officer was born at Manchester in 1857.  His sister married John Alexander Diley who emigrated to America in 1887.  A photograph is included of John A. Diley and his third cousin Jeanne and her daughter, Jakki.  Article covers the years 1857 - 1966 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England, and in the counties of Pennsylvania and Indiana, United States.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 34 #3 July 1998, pgs 178-180[99] 

Volunteer burgesses of Paisley who acted to protect the town in the Jacobite rising 1715 - 1716.  An alphabetical list of names extracted from the Renfrewshire Independent 11 October 1862.  Each entry gives name, occupation and residence.  Article covers the years 1675 - 1896 in the parish of Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 34 #3 July 1998, pgs 220-221[99]

Returns of post office employees relating to Glasgow and Edinburg for 1845.  An alphabetical list giving name, staring date, Duties, dept./branch, salaries and fees.  Article covers the year 1845 in the parishes of Glasgow, Lanark, and Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 34 #3 July 1998, pgs 222-227[99]

New Zealand Fencibles by Keith Giles.  An alphabetical list of New Zealand fencibles connected with Manchester and North West England.  Each entry gives name, date of birth, place born, death year, spouse, date of marriage, place of marriage, departed from, and residence.  Article covers the years 1847 - 1852 in the parishes of Bay of Islands, Northland, New Zealand, and Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 34 #4 October 1998, pgs 251-253[100]

Prestwich asylum Census 1861.  Extracted male patients gives name, admission number, marital state, age, trade, and where born.  Article covers the year 1861 in the parish of Prestwich, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 34 #4 October 1998, pgs 257-262[100]  

Blacksmiths - Ireland.  An alphabetical listing of blacksmiths whose forges were registered in Ireland 1834 - 1843.  Each entry gives name, residence, and county.  Apparently not all were required to be licensed.  Article covers the years 1834 - 1843 in various counties of Ireland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 34 #4 October 1998, pgs 295-296[100]  

Hannah - a remarkable family by Roy Daniels.  William Cooper Hannah was born 1817.  He married Agnes Bruce Stephen Johnston.  They had five children: Louisa 1858, William 1859, Charles 1861, Herbert 1852, and Andrew 1865.  Article covers the years 1817 - 1879 in the parishes of Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland, and Calcutta, West Bengal, India.  Article inThe Manchester Genealogist v. 34 #4 October 1998, pg 300[100] 

A visit to Inverary jail.  by Heather Dobbin.  A chronological list of convicts giving year, name, type of crime, and number of years transportation.  Article covers the years 1830 - 1858 in the parish of Inverary, Argyll, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 34 #4 October 1998, pgs 301-302[100]   

Volume 35 (1999)

Wolstencrofts and Wolstan's croft by John Orme.  Wolstencroft can be a surname or a hamlet.  George Wolstencroft married Elizabeth Cartmell at Manchester in 1693.  They had one son Richard baptized 1696.  Article covers the years 1524 - 1776 in the parishes of Manchester and Eccles, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 35 #1 January 1999, pgs 12-13[101] 

William Arthur Clarkson the forgotten war by Ernest Wood.  A photograph of William Arthur Clarkson about 1917.  Article covers the years 1878 - 1926.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 35 #1 January 1999, pgs 14-16[101]

Rourke's Drift veteran 968 Private Thomas Moffatt 2nd/24th [2nd Warwickshire] Regiment of Foot Company B by Alan Baynham - Jones.  Thomas Moffatt was born 5 December 1855 at Runcorn, Cheshire to Thomas Moffatt and Catherine Rowley.  He married Martha Ann Plant 6 December 1892.  They had ten children.  Martha died in June 1941.  Thomas died 18 November 1936.  Article covers the years 1855 - 1941 in the parish of Runcorn, Cheshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 35 #1 January 1999, pgs 16-18[101] 

The Condorrat syndicate and Culchie Jack by W J Anderson.  John Watson was born in 1847 in Condorrat near Cumbernauld to William Watson and Agnes Walker.  A photograph is included which identifies men of the village: John Riddell, Mr. Gordon, Arthur Newcomb, Mr. Love, George Watson, David Gordon, Matthew Watson, John Inglis, Matthew Craig, John Branks, Robert Jack, Williams Branks, Andrew Frame, Robert Rae, William Craig, and Alf Smith.  Article covers the years 1847 - 1925 in the parish of Condorrat, Dunbarton, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 35 #1 January 1999, pgs 49-51[101]

Simister school pupils c1935.  A school photograph - none of the children are identified.  [Submitted by Mrs. M.E. Fitter.]  Article covers the year 1935 in the parish of Simister, Lancashire, England.  Article in the cover of The Manchester Genealogist v. 35 #2 April 1999[102]  

William Crompton Bolton 1840 - 1918 by Valerie Carr.  William was born 19 May 1840, illegemite son of Eliza Crompton baptized in Prestwich.  Eliza was born 20 May 1812, illegemite daughter of Alice Crompton and James Gorton.  William married Mary Davenport in May 1864 at Ashton-und-Lyne.  They had four daughters.  In 1886 he emigrated to Canada and married Caroline Mary Cole in 1899.  They had two sons.  He died in 1918.  Included is a photograph of William Crompton.  Bolton as an older man.  Article covers the years 1812 - 1918 in the parishes of Prestwich, Lancashire, England, Port Arthur, Ontario, and Vancouver, BC, Canada.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 35 #2 April 1999, pgs 79-82[102]

Burgess submitted by Mrs. M. Jones.  Is the subject of the photograph Catherine Pierce Burgess?  Article covers the years 1871 - 1872 in the parish of Higher Broughton, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 35 #2 April 1999, pg 104[102]

John Mitchell Bryce 1891 - 1967 by Marnie Mason.  John Mitchell Bryce was born in Glasgow in 1891 the oldest child of Robert Brown Bryce and Margaret Stewart Robertson.  This narrative includes a photograph of him.  He never married.  Article covers the years 1891 - 1967 in the parish of Prestwich, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 35 #2 April 1999, pgs 121-125[102]

Dead?  No!  very much alive!  by Margaret J. Davenport.  Susannah Povey was born 11 January 1838 at West Bromwich.  She married Jess Pinches about 1856.  They had fourteen children.  Article covers the years 1838 - 1856 in the parishes of West Bromwich, West Midlands, and Sheffield, Yorkshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 35 #2 April 1999, pg 131[102]

A moblie Methodist by Roy Walkden.  Amy Morcom Ballingall Molyneau was born April 1868 in Oldham to Robert Williamson Ballingall, Robert's father was Thomas Ballingall, a Weskyan Methodist minister, born in 1786 in Edinburgh.  Article covers the years 1786 - 1959 in the parishes of Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, and Oldham, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 35 #3 July 1999, pgs 155-159[103]

No easy ride with the Vanns by Paul Higanbotham.  A narrative history of searching for the Vann family.  Susannah married Mark Vann in 1841.  He died in less than a year, but she passes off three sons as his.  Article covers the years 1852  -1975 in the parish of Belgrave, Leicester, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 35 #3 July 1999, pgs 159-161[103]

For king and country: what price patriotism by Reginald Milton.  Anna Katharina Margaretha Rahn was born 10 November 1857 in Rodelheim to George Rahn.  John Winn Smith was born in 1860 at Upton.  Huntingtonshire.  Anna and John were married 21 August 1881 at St James, Salford.  They had one child Wilhelmina Henrietta Catherine Smith 14 January 1883.  Anna died 27 January 1930 and buried at Chorlton.  John died after 1939.  Article covers the years 1857 - 1962 in the parishes of Manchester, Salford, Lancashire, England, and Rodelheim, Frankurt/Main, Germany.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 35 #3 July 1999, pgs 162-164[103]

The Treachers of Buckinghamshire and Bolton: from chair making to fire fighting by Andrew David Coward.  James Treacher was born in Birmingham to John Cartwright Treacher and Sarah Henney.  He married Harriet in 1875 at St Peters, Manchester.  John was baptized in 1824 at all saints in High Wycombe.  His parents were William Henry Treacher and Ann Stone.  Article covers the years 1712 - 1939 in the parishes of Bolton, Manchester, Lancashire, and High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 35 #3 July 1999, pgs 187-189[103] 

The Dunkerleys of Oldham by Peter Rathbone.  The author gives a detailed narrative of five possible sets of Dunkerley parents and children in Barrowshaw, Holdens, Greenacres, Sholver and Northgate.  Surnames are: Ashton, Mills, Wylde, Jackson, Lees, Taylor, and Heywood.  Article covers the years 1569 - 1857 in the parish of Oldham, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 35 #3 July 1999, pgs 195-198[103] 

An Irish soldier by Mary K. Dembinski.  Michael Henry Warren was born 24 September 1861 to Michael Warren and Ann Brennan at Dublin.  He married Ellen Hough on 28 July 1888.  They had one son, Thomas Henry Edmund Warren born 30 October 1889.  Ellen died 8 November 1925.  Michael maried Margaret Malloy 16 April 1927 at Failsworth.  Michael died 14 January 1947 at Manchester.  Included is a photograph of him taken in 1882.  Article covers the years 1861 - 1947 in the parishes of Dublin, Dublin, Ireland, and Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 35 #3 July 1999, pgs 201-203[103]  

Can you help?  by Kathryn Mort.  Leslie Mulelly was born 20 March 1916 to James Morris Mullelly and Ethel Collison at Pendleton.  Included is a photograph of Manchester Grammer School c1920.  Only Leslie Mullely is identified.  Also is given a family tree beginning with John Mullely and Caroline Nye.  Surnames are: Burgess, Partridge, Wilson, Fawley, Sedden, Harrison, and Mort.  Article covers the years 1842 - 1990 in the parish of Pendleton, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 35 #3 July 1999, pgs 204-206[103]

The family of Duncan Campbell, Piper (1816 - 1860) by Leslie Dalladay.  Duncan Campbell was born in 1816 at Balintyre to Duncan Campbell and Janet McCollum.  He married Ann Graham in 1846.  They had seven children.  He died in 1860 in Edinburgh.  This article discusses each of the children.  Surnames are : Humphries, Herring, Kasmaty, Homer, Fletcher, Daysh, Butler, Bennetts, Earnshaw, Sedgwick, Charlesworth, Haynes, Stewart, Harker.  Included is a photgraph of Duncan Campbell.  Article covers the years 1769 - 1947 in the county of Perthshire, Scotland, and in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 35 #4 October 1999, pgs 289-292[104] 

Volume 36 (2000)

Burrowing for Burroughs: the search for Sam Burroughs by Derek Wilson.  Samuel Burroughs was born in 1847 in Bedminister, Bristol to Lewis and Martha Burroughs.  His stepfather was Nathaniel Burroughs of London.  He married Frances Newman at Manchester in 1868.  His second wife was Annie.  Sam died in Atlantic City, New Jersey on 28 August 1919.  Article covers the years 1847 - 1919 in the parishes of Bristol, Gloucester, London, Middlesex, Manchester, Lancashire, England, and Atlantic City, Atlantic, New Jersey, United States.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 36 #1 January 2000, pgs 11-15[105]

Boer photographs by Leslie Odber.  John Odber 1881 - 1969 is identified in a photograph taken at the close of the Boer War.  Article covers the years 1881 - 1969 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 36 #1 January 2000, pg 37[105]  

Oxford Road Methodist Church Manchester, by Alan Voce.  An illuminated scroll from Oxford Road Methodist Church listing alphabetically members of the Church enrolled in military forces and civil defence activity.  Article covers the years 1932 - 1950 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 36 #1 January 2000, pg 38[105]

Eatlocks - from Italy to Whalley and beyond by Sybil Callister.  Alternate spellings of Eatocks are: Etock, Etough, Eatough, Eytouch, and Heatock.  William Eatock married Carmy Yates 24 April 1794 at Wigan.  Surnames of family are: Jones, Hart, Ratcliff and Jarret.  Article covers the years 1538 - 1929 in the parishes of Whalley and Wigan, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 36 #1 January 2000, pg 41[105] 

A south African mystery: My Cartman ancestors by Brenda Bryant.  Thomas Taylor Kirkman married Mary Dawson on 1 January 1833 at St Peters, Bolton-le-Moors.  The Kirkmans became Cartmans who became Berrys.  Other surnames are: Bowers, Fox, Fitzsimmons, Lawton, Pickering, Walsh, and Gainsford.  Article covers the years 1811 - 1934 in the parishes of Bolton-le-Moors and Oldham, Lancashire, England, and in the country of South Africa.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 36 #1 January 2000, pg 51[105]  

[Photographs] submitted by Otto Bash.  Photograph of Ralph Goodwin at 24 years of age.  He is son of F.W. and Hannah Goodwin of Manchester dated 22 May 1910.  Photograph of Robert Goodwin at 22 years, brother of Ralph Goodwin taken same day.  Article covers the year 1910 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 36 #2 April 2000, pg 154[106]    

Blackpool's forgotten heroes by Peter Beighton.  Blackpool men who fought in the Anglo-Boer War are commemorated on a monument.  The men are: William Coulston 1865 - 1900, Reginald Percy Bell Carter 1876 - , Albert Hilton 1871 - , John Martland Partington 1874 - , Randolph Riddehough 1874 - , William Talbot 1880 - , Joseph William Towler 1880 - , William Womack 1879 - , Fleetwood Parkinson 1882 -.  Article covers the years 1882 - 1947 in the parish of Blackpool, Lancashire, England, and in the country of South Africa.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 36 #3 July 2000, pgs 186-187[107]  

The Egerton - Anderton connection, or on the boards, with brawls and boozers by Eleanor Hillier.  Charles William Egerton born 27 March 1864 in West Derby, to Francis Frederic Egerton and Georgiana Renns.  Francis was born about 1810 and was married in 1829 at Manchester Cathedral to Frances Frederica Huggins.  Article covers the years 1810 - 1881 in the parishes of Manchester and West Derby, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 36 #3 July 2000, pgs 188-190[107]

A Lancashire character - a man from Moston by John M. Ellis.  Thomas Lancashire was born 3 November 1829 at Moston to Philip and Rebecca Lancashire.  He married Mary Bradshaw.  They had ten children, seven sons and three daughters.  Article covers the years 1829 - 1899 in the parish of Moston, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 36 #3 July 2000, pgs 190-192[107]  

Death at the gate of life by Roy Walkden.  Alfred Williamson Molyneux was born 1 October 1897 in Oldham to William Molyneux and Amy Moroom Ballingall.  He was killed in action in Gallipoli on 8 August 1915.  Included is a photograph of Alfred in uniform.  Others killed at the same time from Lancashire are: Arnold Booth, Albert Victor Gooding, Albert George Harling, James Shaw Miller, Harold Newton, James Spedding, and Percy Stones.  Article covers the years 1897 - 1915 in the parishes of Oldham, Lancashire, England, and Gallipoli, Lecce, Italy.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 36 #3 July 2000, pgs 193 - 198[107]

What's good for the goose by Sheila Leyland.  Thomas Henry Beeston married Sarah Hartley 5 December 1868 at Accrington Baptist Church.  Thomas Henry Beester married Elizabeth Dunn 5 August 1874 at St Barnabas Manchester.  Sarah died 8 December 1881 at Accrington.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 36 #3 July 2000, pgs 229-231[107]  

An amazing coincidence by Mary Pendlebury.  Samuel Ogden died 10 July 1895 at 74 years.  A photograph of him is included in this article.  Article covers the years 1812 - 1895 in the county of New South Wales, Australia, and in the parish of Oldham, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 36 #3 July 2000, pgs 235-237[107] 

Has anybody here seen Gladys - or Emma?  or do you know her by another name?  by Diane Smith.  Gladys Mary Murray was born in 1896 to Robert Murray and Emma Nadin.  Emma and Glady emigrated to New Zealand.  Gladys commited suicide in August 1932 in Wellington, New Zealand.  Two photographs are included which are believed to be of Gladys.  Article covers the years of 1838 - 1915 in the parishes of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand, and Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 36 #3 July 2000, pgs 249-250[107] 

Rogerson by T.F. Rogerson.  William Rogerson was born at Norwich Cheshire in 1851.  He married in 1875 at Salford.  A photograph is included of him after an accident that caused both legs to be amputated.  Article covers the years 1875 - 1888 in the parish of Salford, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 36 #3 July 2000, pgs 251-252[107] 

A northern horde of uncouth garb an strange oaths.  A photograph of Blackburn Olympic Football team in 1883.  None of the players are identified.  Article covers the years 1883 - 1886 in the parish of Blackpool, Lancashire, England.  Article in the front cover and pg 253 in The Manchester Genealogist v. 36 #3 July 2000[107]

Murder on an April evening by June E nee MacFarlane.  Hugh MacFarlane died in Battersea in 1831.  He was married to Sarah Eleanor who bore him one son William about 1815.  Sarah was murdered by Augustus Dalmas in 1831 for which he was transported to Australia for life.  He was transferred to Tasmania where he used his skills as a chemist to help the people.  Article covers the years 1831 - 1874 in the parish of Battersea, Surrey, England, and in the county of Tasmania, Australia.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 36 #4 October 2000, pgs 269-272[108]

Bygone Failsworth by John M. Ellis.  The ancestors of Elsie Morteyne Taylor are listed.  She was born 4 December 1888.  Surnames are: Hulton, Middleton, Smith, Bowes.  Article covers the years 1812 - 1888 in the parish of Failsworth, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 36 #4 October 2000, pgs 272-274[108]

Richard Henry White: A soldier by Carole Cockshort.  Richard Henry White was born 15 July 1885 in Bury to William Edward White and Annis Taylor.  Annis died 5 November 1887.  Richard joined the army in 1904. He married Bessie Entwisle in 1913.  They had one daughter Annis.  Included is a photograph of Richard Henry White 1885 - 1966.  Article covers the years 1885 - 1966 in the Bury, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 36 #4 October 2000, pgs 277-281[108]

Mediaeval Morteynes by John M Ellis.  Alternate spellings of Morteyn are: Mortain, Morteyne, Mortayne, Mortein, Mortyn, Morten, Morton and Moreton.  A study of Morteyne family 15th and 16th century in Mapperley, Hthersage and Eyam.  Article covers the years 1272 - 1947 in the parishes of Mapperley, Hathersage, and Eyam, Derbyshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 36 #4 October 2000, pgs 283-285[108] 

Volume 37 (2001)

Lancashire in New England: the textile migration 1865 - 1914 by Stuart B. Hardy.  Narrative discussion of textile industry with recruited Lancashire people.  Included in a photograph taken in Fall River c1912.  Identified is Alice Williamson of Droylsden.  Article covers the years 1865 - 1914 in the parishes of Droylsden, Lancashire, England, and Fall River, Bristol, Massachusetts, and in the countries of Connecticut, Rhode Island, United States.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 37 #1 January 2001, pgs 7-12[109] 

Roving registrar or was this lady born in two places by Ruth Francis.  A photograph is included believed to be Martha Balmsforth Beck born 22 December 1845 in Marsden or Almondbury.  She married Samuel Beck at Manchester Cathedral 2 January 1865.  Photo may be of Maria Murdock Beddall born in 1841 and married Robert in 1841 at Bedford.  Article covers the years 1805 - 1863 in the parishes of Manchester, Lancashire, Almondbury, and Marsden, Yorkshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 37 #1 January 2001, pgs 12-13[109]

Letter to my grandchildren part 2 by John Berry.  Joseph Berry, son of John Berry was born in 1831.  He married Mary Crossley in Oldham.  John Martland was born to James and Betty in 1802 at Hurst.  He married Harriott Coop in 1826.  John Berry married Lizzie Martland in 1907.  John died in January 1918 in France and is buried at Villiers Pouch.  Article covers the years 1802 - 1918 in the parishes of Oldham, Lancashire, England, and Villiers, France.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 37 #1 January 2001, pgs 21-24[109]  

The Mortens of Eyam, Derbyshire by John M. Ellis.  William Morten married Ann Lomas at Eyam on 11 March 1693/4.  Grace Morten married Arthur Hill.  Other surnames are: Redfearn, Greene, and Fearns.  Article covers the years 1283 - 1793 in the parish of Eyam, Derbyshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 37 #1 January 2001, pgs 24-27[109] 

The last cloggers of the Clun Valley by Jean Withers.  Joseph Lunn was born in Tyldesly and married Mary from Llangadfan in Montgomeryshire.  They had nine children, one of whom was Joseph born in 1865.  A photograph is included of Jim Lunn, Shropshire Light Infantry, 1916.  Article covers the years 1865 - 1930 in the parishes of Tyldesley, Lancashire, and Clun, Shropshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 37 #2 April 2001, pgs 93-95[110]  

A tale of two Thamars by Ian McAlpine.  John Markland and Elizabeth Berry were married 19 June 1737 at Eccles.  They had two daughters named Thamars, one baptized 2 March 1938 died June 1940.  The second was baptized 9 December 1744 and married William Johnson in 1764.  Article covers the years 1632 - 1744 in the parish of Eccles, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 37 #2 April 2001, pgs 96-97[110]     

The family album by Ian Hastie.  Lucy is the daughter of Arthur Stronach and Emma Hampson.  She married Archibald Henderson Hastie.  Six photos are presented, but only one is identified-Elizabeth Ormerod age 84.  Article in the parish of Eccles, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 37 #2 April 2001, pg 103[110]  

Please, who were my grandparents: or tracing/tracking Taylors by Pat Gallachers.  A photograph of William Munthred loch Taytor is given.  On different documents his birth is listed as 1897, 1898 and estimated 1899.  He was at Holy Mount Orphanege, Buckley Hall and Kings Own Scottish Borderers Regiment.  He said his parents were William Taylor and Catherine Howard.  Article covers the years 1897 - 1919 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 37 #2 April 2001, pgs 116-119[110]

The ups and downs of Manchester Street man by Roy Walkden.  Robert Williamson Ballingall was born in 1824 at Berwick-upon-Tweed to Thomas Ballingall and Elizabeth Williamson.  He married Jane Dunster and they had five children.  Robert died in December 1899 in Oldham.  Article covers the years 1482 - 1899 in the parish of Old Ham, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 37 #2 April 2001, pgs 163-166[110]

A tale of two photographs: from Flanders to Gorton by Joan Pomfreo and Rita Daniels.  M and Mme Gustave de Smud had six sons in the Belgium army.  They were exiled from Belgium to Gorton.  A photograph is given with only Roger, 15, identified.  Article covers the years 1916 - 1918 in the parishes of Gorton, Lancashire, England, and Lokeren, Oost Vlaanderen, Belgium.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 37 #3 July 2001, pgs 197-199[111] 

Killed at Arras: 2nd Lieutenant J E M Taylor by John M Ellis.  John Edward Middleton Taylor was born 9 January 1891 to David Taylor and Alice Hulton Middleton.  He married Ellen Yates White on 17 October 1916 at Holy Trinity at Failsworth.  He died 24 April 1917 and is buried in Ficheux, France.  A photograph is included.  Article covers the years 1891 - 1917 in the parishes of Failsworth, Lancashire, England, and Ficheux, Pas-de-Calais, France.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 37 #3 July 2001, pgs 199-201[111]

The elusive marriage of Mary Jane Butler and James Hope by Peter Moore.  Mary Jane Butler was born 18 June 1850 to Richard Butler and Anne Clarke.  She married James Hope possibly as Mary Jane Buckley at Eccles.  They had seven children.  She died 19 December 1950.  Included is a photograph of Mary Jane Butler.  Article covers the years 1850 - 1950 in the parishes of Eccles, Lancashire, and Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 37 #3 July 2001, pgs 203-204[111] 

Granddad's little notebook: 1900 - 1905 by Ruth Francis.  Thomas Francis was born 19 July 1879 to John William Francis.  He married E Lowe in June 1906.  Included is a photograph of Thomas Francis and his wife E Lowe.  Article covers the years 1879 - 1905 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 37 #3 July 2001, pgs 205-207[111]  

Flora Drummond "the general" by Eileen Mander.  Flora Gibson was born in Manchester in 1879 to Scottish parents.  She married Joe Drummond in 1898.  They had one son, Keir Hardie Drummond.  She married second, Alan Simpson.  She died in 1949 in Carradale.  Included is a photograph of Flora Drummond.  Article covers the years 1879 - 2001 in the parishes of Manchester, Lancashire, London, Middlesex, England, Glasgow, Lamark, and Carradale, Argyll, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 37 #3 July 2001, pgs 258-259[111]

The story of Alice Ainsworth by Margaret Southern.  Alice Ainsworth married Charles Charlton of Bolton.  They had two children: Robert died 1798 and Jane 1778 - 1864.  Alice married Thomas Parkinson in 1783.  They had one daughter Alice.  Alice married third Joseph Cocksey.  They had Ann 1790 - 1871 and Thomas Ainsworth Cocksey 1796 - 1856.  She died 30 July 1782 at Bolton.  Article covers the years 1713 - 1883 in the parish of Bolton, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 37 #4 October 2001, pgs 324-325[112]

The Irish rover: tracing the footsteps of George Flynn by Brenda Flynn.  George Flynn married Mary McMaughan and emigrated from Ireland to St Helens in 1850.  They had at least seven children.  Article covers the years 1840 - 1928 in the parishes of Manchester, Ancoats, Lancashire, and South Shields, Durham, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 37 #4 October 2001, pgs 334-335[112]

A bit a do!  the trouble with Harry by Evelyn Piprani.  Herry Smith was born 3 April 1856 in Salford to Joseph Smith and Bridget Phelan.  Henry (Harry) married Mary Elizabeth Whittaker.  Article covers the years 1856 - [1930] in the parish of Salford, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 37 #4 October 2001, pgs 335-336[112]  

Norman Dunkerley: a private in the Manchesters by Rosemary Brown.  Norman Dunkerley's letters home while he was in the army.  He married Hannah Thompson in 1920.  He died in February 1972 at Whitby.  Article covers the years 1569 - 1972 in the parishes of Oldham, Lancashire, and Whitby, Cheshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 37 #4 October 2001, pgs 339-346[112]

Volume 38 (2002)

Adam Hurdus and the Swedenborgians in early Cincinnati by Ron Hurdas.  Adam Hurdes was born 16 April 1760 in Copple near Manchester.  He married Hannah Smith 4 February 1783 at York.  The had at least four children.  They emigrated to America and settled in Cincinnati.  Article covers the years 1760 - 1872 in the parishes of Manchester, Lancashire, York, Yorkshire, England, and Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio, United States.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 38 #1 January 2002, pgs 17-21[113]

Lost and found: a follow up to 'lost or misplaced' by Margaret Commons.  James Roach died in Prestwich 27 April 1863.  His wife Mary Hellyer died 3 June 1866 in Newton Failsworth.  Alfred was their youngest son.  Alfred's 1st wife Hannah died 9 June 1864 leaving six children.  His 2nd wife was Mary Keon who was buried 17 April 1872 at Failsworth.  Alfred died 1 December 1865.  Article covers the years 1863 - 1918 in the parishes of Newton Heath, Salford, Maston, Prestwich, and Bury, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 38 #1 January 2002, pgs 21-22[113] 

What's in a name?  Cannon or Canning?  Stopforth or Duerden or who?  a grandma like mine by John Stepforth.  Mary Agnes Canning was born 16 January 1867.  Her mother was Mary Canning.  Agnes married as Agnes Cannon to Thomas Stopforth on 2 June 1892.  Mary Canning married George Deurden 17 October 1867.  Mary died 13 June 1891.  Included is a photograph of two women unidentified taken about 1887.  Article covers the years 1867 - 1898 in the parish of Blackburn, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 38 #1 January 2002, pgs 26-28[113] 

The search for Samuel Burroughs: the final chapter?  by Derek Wilcox.  Sam Burroughs retired from the police force in 1895 and joined the National Vigilance Association.  He left Manchester in 1898 and died in Atlantic City, New Jersey in 1919.  He married twice the name of one was Annie Jane.  Article covers the years 1895 - 1919 in the parishes of Manchester, Lancashire, England, and Atlantic City, Atlantic, New Jersey, United States.  Article in The Manchester Geneologist v. 38 #1 January 2002, pgs 29-31[113]

Mystery solved in Moston by Lin Perry.  Michael Fallon was born 1828 in Angel Meadow and married Jane Cussen in 1865.  Also known as Francis Michael Fallon.  They are buried at St Joseph's Cemetery (RC) in Moston.  Article covers the years 1838 - 1960 in the parish of Moston, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 38 #1 January 2002, pgs 70-72[113]  

A Smith family in Manchester and Birmingham by Michael J Watts.  Maggie Elizabeth Smith was born 11 February 1889 to John Smith and Mary Churchill Ellsmore at Aston.  She had a son Roy Smith who married Veronica Mary White in May 1935.  Veronica's stage name was Sadie Russell, and was also known as May Scott.  Included is a photograph of Maggie Smith (Dot Russell) and Veronica White (Sadie Russell).  Article covers the years 1869 - 1972 in the parishes of Birmingham, Warwickshire, and Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 38 #2 April 2002, pgs 111-116[114] 

Alfred William Wyatt and the Manchester Clarion Cycling Club by Margaret E Fitter.  Alfred William Wyatt was born 17 March 1872 in Brackley to William Nicolson Wyatt and Julia Ann Wootton Julia died 1898 of cancer.  Alfred married Elizabeth Ross.  He died 2 February 1969 in Stretford.  Included is a photograph of Alfred and another of Autumn Tints.  No individuals identified.  Article covers the years 1639 - 1969 in the parishes of Brackley, Northampton, and Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 38 #2 April 2002, pgs 121-126[114]   

A migrant's story by Geoffrey Roscow.  William Grimwood and his wife Mary migrated from Semer, Suffolk to Over Hulton with their nine children in September 1836.  William and Mary were married in 1819.  Mary died in 1846 but William lived until 1876.  Surnames are: Lee, Roscow, Holt, and Greenwood.  Article covers the years 1819 - 1917 in the parishes of Semer, Hadleigh, and Over Hulton, Suffolk, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 38 #2 April 2002, pgs 175-177[114]

A love story...?  by Rosemary Brown.  Edward Metcalfe married Martha Kaye Gorst on 18 August 1821 at Toxteth.  They had ten children.  Edward was buried 15 January 1867 and Martha 1 February 1867 at St Oswald's in Ravenstonedale.  Included are photgraphs of Edward Metcalfe and Martha Gorst.  Article covers the years 1821 - 1867 in the parishes of Liverpool and Manchester, Lancashire, and Ravenstonedale, Westmoreland, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 38 #3 July 2002, pgs 217-221[115]   

A Jolly problem of the IGI and Catherine Whittaker by Annemarie Ball.  Catherine Whittaker married Peter jolleys 10 February 1823 at Kirk Church Lancashire.  They had six children.  Peter died in Basley 3 February 1847.  Catherine died at Accrington 1881.  Article covers the years 1793 - 1854 in the parishes of Sutton, Lancashire, and Bosley, Cheshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 38 #3 July 2002, pgs 224-225[115]  

Early escape from industrialisation?  the Royds/Entwisle families and their Welsh connections by Betty Alden.  John Gilbert Royds married Ellen Entwisle in 1804 at St Charles, Rochdale.  They had ten children, five of whom emigrated to Wales.  Surnames are: Poel, Traherne, Donne, Lloyd, and Oldham.  Article covers the years 1804 - 1870 in the parishes of Llanblethian, Glamorgan, Wales, Rochdale, Lancashire, and Foxholes, Yorkshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 38 #3 July 2002, pgs 228-229[115] 

St Hilda's Church of England Primary school Heaton Park, 1932 submitted by Mrs Iris Cooper.  Teacher's is Mrs Sharp.  Iris Ogden Cooper is with other teacher.  Photograph.  Article covers the year 1932 in the parish of Heaton Park, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 38 #3 July 2002, pg 289[115]  

St Hilda's Church of England Primary School Heaton Park, Prestwich, 1932.  Submitted by Iris Cooper.  Photograph.  Identified are: Mrs Silvester, Jimmy Fogg, Colin Bowland, Tommy Waterhouse, Bertie Rogers, Mr. Fred Godfey (headmaster) Alan Lawrence, Fred Moran, Kenneth Lord, Tom Lord, Jeffrey Duckworth, Mather Frank Cooper, Teddy Edwards, George Howe, Frank Norman, and Clifford Nelson.  Article covers the year 1932 in the parishes of Heaton Park and Prestwich, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 38 #3 July 2002, pg 290[115] 

Stand Grammar School, Prestwich, 1934 submitted by Mrs. Iris Cooper.  Photograph.  Identified are: Williams, Singleton, Fittleson, Marriot, Woodward, Allan Ernest, Kirkpatrick, Roy Slingsby, Victor Evans, Fergus Isherwood, Jacobs Tunnicliffe, Eric Kay, Wrigley, Frank Cooper, Whittaker, Silas Ridge, Donald Hulme, Wilbraham, Reddihough, Ken Young, Ron Harrison, Les Postlethwaite, Vernon Shaw, Mr. Jones (teacher).  Article covers the year 1934 in the parish of Prestwich, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 38 #3 July 2002, pg 290[115] 

John Barrow - a man of his times by Steven Barrow.  John Barrow was born 19 June 1847 to Thomas Barrow and Martha Bramily.  He married Mary Donelly 18 April 1868.  They had four children.  He died 14 May 1913.  Photograph included.  Article covers the years 1847 - 1913 in the parishes of Blackpool, Lancashire, England, and Belfast, Ireland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 38 #4 October 2002, pgs 9-11[116] 

The Atlas works and the story of it's founders by Marnie Mason.  Thomas Sharp was born 1721 in Selsey.  He married Margaret and had seven children baptized at Manchester Cathedrah.  Only two lived to maturity, Thomas and William.  Thomas Jr. married Frances Budworth.  They had nine children.  He died in 1803.  Article covers the years 1721 - 1878 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 38 #4 October 2002, pgs 12-21[116]  

Manchester schoolmasters and Owens MSS by Bette Hall.  A list of schoolmasters and a page number.  The page number directs reader to further genealogical information such as children, burial, graveston inscriptions.  Owens MSS is held at Clayton House.  Article covers years ranging from the 1500s to the 1800s in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 38 #4 October 2002, pgs 22-23[116]

Story of a soldier from Stoneford by Gary Rogers.  Thomas Rogers was born in 1836 at Stoneford, County Kilkenny.  He joined the Sommerset Light Infantry in October 1854.  He married Ellen Sheehan of Fermoy.  They had six children, Ellen died 1889.  Thomas died in 1918.  Article covers the years 1836 - 1918 in the parishes of Stoneyford, Kilkenny, Ireland, and West Gorton, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 38 #4 October 2002, pgs 58-59[116]

Volume 39 (2003)

A Victorian Lunatic by John M Ellis.  Robert Dodds was born 12 November 1797 at Bill Quay between Felling and Hebburn to Thomas Dodds, and Rachel Ord.  He married Mary Haxby at Barnsley on 24 July 1825.  They had seven children.  Surnames are: Williams, Jackson, and Frost.  Robert died 13 June 1854.  Article covers the years 1797 - 1854 in the parishes of Barnsley and Wakefield, Yorkshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 39 #1 January 2003, pgs 27-30[117] 

Manchester, an Irish great-grandfather and some letters from the 1800's by Peter Henderson.  Patrick John Kelly was born about 1855 in Mayo County.  He married Mary Bardon in 1881 in Dublin.  Patrick died in 1930.  Article covers the years 1855 - 1930 in the county of Mayo, and in the parishes of Dublin, Dublin, Ireland, and Salford, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 39 #1 January 2003, pgs 31-38[117]      

A cautionary tale by Naomi Tarrant.  Thomas Tarrant was born to Thomas and Mary Ann Winnington according to his birth certificate.  Futher research revealed alternate spellings as Withington, Willington, and Binnington.  Article covers the years 1866 - 1980 in the parish of Denbigh, Denbigh, Wales, and in the county of Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 39 #2 April 2003, pgs 93-94[118]

Herman or Ramsey?  by Eileen Samuroff.  Thomas Henry Herman was born 27 August 1849 at Southwark to Eliza Keziah Ramsay and Henry Herman.  Eliza was born 28 April 1829 to Thomas and Ann Ramsay at Walworth.  Article covers the years 1829 - 1896 in the parish of Southwark, Surrey, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 39 #2 April 2003, pgs 95-96[118]  

The Taylors of Pilkington by Derek C. Taylor.  John Taylor (1719 - 1796) of Yorkshire eloped with Ann and settled in stand.  They had six sons.  Surnames are: Hulme, Thompson, Hornsby, Barlow.  They were Unitarians.  Article covers the years 1719 - 1935 in the parishes of Manchester, Stand, and Radcliffe, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 39 #2 April 2003, pgs 96-97[118]

Genealogical find in a garage by Ian McAlpine.  This article discusses deeds to property held by Edward Earl of Derby in the late 18th century.  Included is a pedigree chart entitled "An Overview of the Diggles and Guests of Prestwich beginning with Thomas Guest 1768 - 1848.  Surnames are Pollett, Warbrike, Collings, Heaton, Oldham and Ravald.  Article covers the years 1532 - 1778 in the parish of Prestwich, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 39 #2 April 2003, pgs 100-103[118]

Around the brick wall by Ruth Farnsworth.  Archibald McInnes married Margaret Gallacher in March 1863 at the Manchester Register Office.  Both were born in Scotland.  Archibald died in 1901 at Ramsbottom.  Margaret died at Bury in April 1925.  Included is a photograph of the McInnes family identifying Archibald, son Archibald, son James and another Archibald.  Article covers the years 1840 - 1925 in the parishes of Manchester, Bury, and Ramsbottom, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 39 #2 April 2003, pgs 139-142[118]  

Volume 40 (2004)

Closing a 150 year old 'family circle'! by Malcolm McIvor.  John McKiver, 28, married Mary Hetherington (20) in 1793 at Dalston.  They had nine children, two girls and seven boys.  Henry and Isaac were the oldest boys.  They married sisters, Jane and Mary Ann Blythe in Wetheral, Cumberland.  Isaac emigrated and settled in Abbyville, Kansas, where he died in 1894.  Article covers the years 1793 - 2003 in the parishes of Dalston, Cumberland, Bolton, Lancashire, England, and Abbyville, Kansas, United States.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 40 #1 January 2004, pgs 25-26[119]   

Harry Dale - music hall and circus entertainer by Colin Dale.  Henry Thomas Dale was born in 1844 in Birmingham.  Harry Dale was his stage name.  He married Sarah Ann Edgington from Liverpool born 1851.  They married in Glasgow and had 10 children.  They lived in Oldham, Manchester and Warrington.  Article covers the years 1844 - 1884 in the parishes of Oldham, Manchester, Warrington, Lancashire, England, and Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 40 #1 January 2004, pgs 26-27[119]

Would the real John Hogan please stand?  A search for the truth by Dan Muir.  John Hogan was born in 1865 at Glasgow to Patrick Hogan and Mary Conney.  He married Elizabeth Porter in 1904.  He died in 1899.  Article covers the years 1865 - 1997 in the parish of Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 40 #1 January 2004, pgs 28-31[119]

If it wasn't for all this bad luck.  by Stafford Scholes.  Peter Scholes was baptized 21 April 1667 at St Mary's Prestwich.  He married first Elizabeth Walkden in 1690 at St Mary's Prestwich.  His second wife Isobel Hampson.  They lived at Affetside.  He died in 1739.  Article covers the years 1667 - 1739 in the parish of Prestwich, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 40 #1 January 2004, pgs 32-35[119] 

From marine store to paper bags: the Bibby family and their companies by Steve Bibby.  Thomas Bibby was born in 1810 in Padiham near Burnley to James Bibby and Elizabeth Aspden.  He married Betty about 1828 and they had at least five children.  He later married Mary Hacking in 1876.  He died in 1886 at Burnley.  Article covers the years 1810 - 1886 in the parish of Padiham, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 40 #1 January 2004, pgs 36-37[119] 

He played a straight game by John M. Ellis.  John Lancashire married Mary Taylor on 15 February 1730/1 at Rochdale.  This article shows their descendants.  Surnames are: Whitehead and Harrison.  One descendant is Oliver Philip Lancashire whose photograph is included.  He died unmarried on 23 July 1934.  Article covers the years 1730 - 1934 in the parishes of Oldham, Leigh, Newton Heath, and Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 40 #1 January 2004, pgs 37-39[119] 

One Yank's search for his English roots and a mystery solved-almost by Hal Horrocks.  Edward Horrocks married Grace.  He died 9 April 1883 of pneumonia in Brooklyn, New York.  Included are photographs of Charles Edward Horrocks and his wife Grace [Jeffes].  Article covers the years 1821 - 1917 in the Salford, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 40 #2 April 2004, pgs 120-124[120]

Alsop ancestors in Manchester by Malcolm Norcliffe Jones.  Thomas Alsop 1812 - 1871 married Catherine Barlow in 1832.  They had five children.  Descendants are discussed.  Surnames are: Smith, Norcliffe, Roberts, Hulse, Johnston, Murphy, and Dickinson.  Photographs are included of Willie N Alsop, William Alsop, 1835 - 1924, and John Henry Alsop 1885 - 1961.  A brief pedigree is also given.  Article covers the years 1812 - 1961 in the parish Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 40 #2 April 2004, pgs 130-142[120]  

From Manchester to Canada by Rev D. Nadin.  An alphabetical listing of children sent by the Chorlton poor Union from Manchester.  Full name and age is given.  Article covers the year 1897 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 40 #2 April 2004, pg 143[120]

An Irish connection by Carol A Minnis Gill.  Frederick Gill was born 4 May 1915 in Manchester.  He married Elizabeth Cooke 25 December 1941 at St Peters in Levenshulme.  His parents were Frederick Gill and Ethel Spencer who were married 24 December 1910 at Christ's Church, Salford.  Included are pictures of Frederick Gill the younger with two military buddies, and Frederick and Elizabeth.  Article covers the years 1887 - 1991 in the parishes of Manchester and Salford, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 40 #2 April 2004, pgs 145-148[120]     

A relative lost then found and a big red herring by Majorie Pollard.  Alfred Charles Burrow Thompson married Martha Jane Dodd on 19 May 1902.  Alfred's parents were Thomas Burrows and Sarah Ann Silk.  Thomas died in 1888.  Sarah married William Thompson.  Included is a photograph of Alfred Charles Burrow Thompson taken in 1902.  Article covers the years 1700 - 1908 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England, and in the county of Manitoba, Canada.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 40 #3 July 2004, pgs 241-244[121]

Beware the Bight of Benin!  by Stafford Scholes.  Richard Scholes was baptized 27 August 1738 at St Peter's Bolton to James Scholes and Betty Marsh.  He was apprenticed at age 8 to become a sailor.  He went to sea as a cabin boy aboard the Nancy, probably a slave ship.  Article covers the years 1738 - 1768 in the parish of Bolton, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 40 #3 July 2004, pgs 245-248[121]  

In search of the Wiseman family in Manchester by J Berys Wiseman.  Thomas Wiseman was born 18 April 1848 at Ardwich, Manchester.  On 16 April 1872 he married Maria Terrey Humby who was born 25 May 1848 at Southampton.  They had seven children.  Thomas died 1 June 1891 in Hobart, Tasmania.  Maria died two months later.  The children were raised by aunts and uncles in New Zealand and Australia.  Included is a photograph of Thomas Wiseman of the 30th Regiment 1848 - 1891.  Article covers the years 1848 - 1967 in the parishes of Ardwick, Lancashire, England, and Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 40 #3 July 2004, pgs 249-251[121]

Claude who?  by Diana Mothershaw.  James Clark married Margaret Hastings Forteith 7 July 1891 at Lee Chapel, Horwich.  Article covers the years 1860 - 1984 in the parishes of Bolton and Horwich, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 40 #3 July 2004, pgs 252-255[121]

Peter Paton becomes John Harrison: a Victorian deserter's problems by Donald Read.  Peter Paton was born 10 April 1852 at Bolton to Peter Paton.  He married Amelia Ellen Whitmore 3 August 1873.  They had six children in addition to Amelia's illigitimate son.  Peter deserted from the army and changed his name to John Harrison.  included is a brief family tree and photographs of Branda Read (Amelia Ellen Harrison) and a family photograph.  Article in the parises of Bolton and Warrington, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 40 #4 October 2004, pgs 349-358[122] 

A letter from Canada by Anthony Steven.  William Alfred Stein was born 28 October 1895 in Koblenz Germany to Johann Stein and Sarah Ann Martha Preston.  They had five children.  William married Sarah and they had three sons.  He married second Christina Martin twice, once 29 August 1917 at Chorlton-on-Medlock, and second 15 April 1918 at St James, Moss Side.  Christina died 28 January 1979.  William died 29 January 1987.  Article covers the years 1895 - 1987 in the parishes of Koblenz, Pommern, Prussen, Germany, and Hulme, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 40 #4 October 2004, pgs 373-375[122]  

A soldier's journey by Sue Woods.  Robert Joseph Gledhill was born 31 January 1841 at Bromley to William Charles Gledhill and Ann Man.  Robert married Sophia Rapheal Martin a widow on 10 June 1868 at Bangalore, India.  Included is a photograph of Robert Joseph Gledhill, and one of his son Robert.  Article covers the years 1841 - 1967 in the parishes of Bromley, Essex, Manchester, Lancashire, England, Bangalore, Karnataka, India, and Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 40 #4 October 2004, pgs 376-381[122]

Football medals and family history.  Photographs are given of two football medals and another family photograph.  Identified are: Peter Clemenson, born 1866 and Peter Clemenson born 1930 on his mother's knee.  Article covers the years 1919 - 1997 in the parishes of Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 40 #4 October 2004, pgs 404-405[122]

Wine, women and song: the colorful life of Tom Burke, opera star by Peter Dolan.  Thomas Aspinall Burke was born in 1890 at Leigh to Vincent and Mary Burke.  He married 1st Marie and 2nd Miss Dixon from Cheshire.  He died 13 September 1969.  Included is a photograph of Thomas Burke.  Article covers the years 1890 - 1969 in the parishes of Leigh, Lancashire, and London, Middlesex, and in the county of Cheshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 40 #4 October 2004, pgs 421-424[122]  

Volume 41 (2005)

What did you do do in the war, Daddy?  the East African Campaign 1914 - 18 by Brenda Flynn.  This article mainly describes the East African Campaign and the father of the author's participation.  The article includes a map and a photograph.  The subject is never named nor his wife, but they were married in April 1919 at St Thomas Church at Ardwick Green.  Article covers the years 1915 - 1943 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 41 #1 January 2005, pgs 24-32[123]

Joseph Green from Ancoats, prisoner of war 1914 - 1918 by Lesley Ratcliffe.  The author gives a photograph of Green's Ragtime Band.  It is believed that Joseph Green is in the center wearing a kilt.  It was taken in a POW camp.  Joseph had two elder brothers James Richard and John serving in the military.  Also included is a photo of Joseph holding a violin.  Article covers the years 1874 - 1918 in the parish of Ancoats, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 41 #1 January 2005, pgs 33-34[123]

Lance Corporal Andrew Joseph Bowen: Territorial Army 1913 - 1930 by Bernard A F Bowen.  Andrew Joseph Bowen was born in 1890 at Manchester and died in 1975.  He had a sister Mary.  He lived in Hulme in 1913.  After his army experience he lived in Margate in 1917.  Included is a photo of soldiers and a nurse, but none are identified.  Article covers the years 1890 - 1975 in the parishes of Manchester, Hulme, Lancashire, Margate, and Torquay, Kent, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 41 #1 January 2005, pgs 35-38[123] 

Letters from Australia by Mike Berrell.  Jane Knott married Hubert Daly at Manchester Cathedral 24 November 1847.  They emigrated to Australia.  They had ten children.  These chatty letters from Jane gives details in the family's lives.  Included is a photograph of James and Sarah Burrell and family to whom the letters were addressed.  Article covers the years 1847 - 1911 in the parishes of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, and Ancoats, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 41 #1 January 2005, pgs 40-48[123] 

Do you recognize anyone?  submitted by Alan W. Jackson.  A photograph of Ladybarn Infants School, Briarfield Road, Burnage class 4.  Article covers the year 1937 in the parish of Burnage, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 41 #2 April 2005, pg 127[124]

Joseph Chesebrough Dyer - a Burnage immigrant and developer by Revd Dennis Nadin.  Joseph Chesebrough Dyer was born 15 November 1780 at Stonington Point, Connecticut to Nathaniel Dyer and Abigail Herrick.  He married Eliza Jones in 1811 at London.  They had three sons.  Joseph died 3 May 1871 at Henbury.  Included is a photograph of Joseph Chesebrough Dyer.  Article covers the years 1780 - 1871 in the parish of Stonington Point, Connecticut, United States, and in the parishes of Manchester and Henbury, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 41 #2 April 2005, pgs 128-132[124]

The Taylors of Leigh including a line of shoemakers and a move to London by Allen Spicer.  John Taylor was baptized 22 May 1814 at St Stephen Astley.  His parents are James and Alice Taylor of Tyldesley.  John married Mary Worsley 4 April 1836 at Westleigh.  They had at least four children.  James was born 5 December 1843 at Bedford.  James married Sarah Montague in East London.  They had at least six children.  Other ancestors are discussed.  A photograph is included identifying William Taylor and his three daughters, Ivy, Florence, and Clara taken about 1914.  Article covers the years 1776 - 1914 in the parish of Leigh, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 41 #2 April 2005, pgs 143-146[124]

John Taylor of Failsworth Yeoman by John Ellis.  John Taylor married Alice Ogden 27 April 1770 St Mary's Prestwich.  They had ten children between 1771 and 1792.  John died in 1824 - Alice died 1814.  Surnames are: Worrall, Lancashire, Brundret, Harrison and Mayo.  Article covers the years 1320 - 1824 in the parishes of Failsworth, Prestwich, and Hollinwood, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 41 #2 April 2005, pgs 147-150[124]

The Rev Thomas Holme by Rosemary Brown.  Thomas Holme grew up in Orton Westmoreland.  He married Martha Metcalfe of Ravenstonedale.  They had four children.  Thomas died in April 1890.  Included is a photograph of Thomas Holme.  Article covers the years 1796 - 1890 in the parishes of Oldham, Lancashire, Moorside, Saddleworth, Yorkshire, and Ravenstonedale, Westmoreland, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 41 #2 April 2005, pgs 151-155[124]

An extraordinary find by Ian McAlpine.  Family names recorded in a book of herbal remedies.  the children of Thomas Wroe and Mary Bury: Mark died 25 December 1785, Emmanuel born 14 November 1786, Rachel born 22 November 1788, Siyla born 6 April 1791, Renata born 25 June 1793, Thomas born 19 August 1795, Reuben born 19 June 1797, Edith born 19 May 1799, Tamer born 17 August 1801, Zoa born 10 August 1804, Hulda born 21 April 1806 died 25 June 1813.  Article covers the years 1616 - 1813 in the parish of Eccles, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 41 #2 April 2005, pgs 156-157[124]    

[Photograph].  Officials of the Manchester Athletics club photographed in 1887.  Fifteen men not identified.  Article covers the year 1887 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 41 #2 April 2005, pg 183[124]  

Round the brick wall again by Ruth Farnsworth.  Archibald McInnis and his wife Margaret Gallacher had nine children.  Three sons were known musicians before the war: James, George and John.  John married in South Africa and had two children, Marjorie and John.  John the father died in 1916.  A photograph is included of J Cambell McInnis.  Article covers the years 1901 - 1945 in the parishes of Blackley and Ramsbottom, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 41 #2 April 2005, pgs 185-188[124]

My Margaret Dooley by Elaine Greensmith.  Margaret Dooley was baptized at Mountmellick in 1844.  Her parents were William Dooley and Margaret Glennon.  Margaret married William Burgess in 1870 at St Georges Altrincham.  They had six sons.  She died at age 45 and is buried in the Catholic section of Weaste Cemetery.  Article covers the years 1844 - 1873 in the parishes of Mountmellick, Leix, Ireland, and Altrincham, Cheshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 41 #2 April 2005, pgs 200-201[124]

Can Lewis be Irish?  by Graham Jackson.  John Lewis and Winifred Egan 16 May 1849 at Limerick.  Their children were born in Ireland, Scotland and England.  John was a soldier.  He died in 1883.  His daughter Elizabeth was born in 1865 and married Robert Entwisle in 1885.  She was deaf.  Article covers the years 1845 - 1949 in the counties of Limerick, Ireland, Dunbarton, Scotland, and Shropshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 41 #2 April 2005, pgs 202-203[124] 

Where is my Roach family now?  by Margaret Commons.  James Roach and Mary Hellyer had at least ten children.  The children are traced briefly in this article.  Surnames are: Daly, Keon, Cockayne, Bennett, Winsor, Fish, Potter, and Evans.  Article covers the years 1820 - 1948 in the parish of Salford, Lancashire, England, in the country of Australia, and in the parish of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 41 #2 April 2005, pgs 203-204[124]   

Forbears at the zoo by Malcolm Norcliffe Jones.  John Wakefied and Mary Shaw were married in Manchester Cathedral on 3 March 1858.  Thier ancestors are discussed in relation to Belle Vue Gardens.  A brief family tree is given and a pale image of Mrs. Mary Wakefield.  Surnames are: Allt, Chapman, Barber Jones and Alsop.  Article covers the years 1790 - 1991 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 41 #3 July 2005, pgs 248-257[125]

A surfiet of Ephriams by Ron Hurdus.  William Hurdus married Eliza Vernon on 23 September 1865 at Heaton Norris.  This article describes the author's search for Eliza's parent's records, Ephriam Vernon and Mary Cray.  Article covers the years 1832 - 1901 in the parish of Heaton Norris, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 41 #3 July 2005, pgs 258-260[125]  

Searching for grandfather John Wroe by John Wroe.  John Alban Wroe was born in 1908 to John Wroe and Laura Eva Thorne at Southport.  John the father was born in 1878 at St Helens to John Wroe and Ellen Unsworth.  Ellen died in 1882.  John then married Alice Jane Norton (or Lawton) a widow in 1883.  Article covers the years 1878 - 1992 in the parish of Southport, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 41 #3 July 2005, pgs 261-262[125]  

Sketch of Sgt Augustine Berrell submitted by Mike Berrell.  A sketch of Augustine Berrell 24 July 1946 at Thirsk by a German POW.  Article covers the year 1946 in the parishes of Thirsk, Easingwold, and Malton, Yorkshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 41 #3 July 2005, pg 266[125] 

From a distance by Marnie Mason.  John Wilkie Brown was born in 1836 at Campsie to Robert Brown and Margaret McIlroy.  He married Jane Hamilton in 1864.  Jane was the daughter of William Hamilton and Janet McGraw.  John Wilke Brown died 26 December 1902 at Lennoxtown.  Jane died 1 June 1916 at Lennoxtown.  Article covers the years 1830 - 1916 in the parish of Lennoxtown, Dunbartonshire, Scotland. Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 41 #3 July 2005, pgs 305-308[125]  

No beat of drum by Rob Anderson.  Robert Anderson and Isabella Cranston were married 3 August 1849 at St Andrews in Manchester.  Robert was born 12 February 1827 in Manchester to Robert Anderson and Catherine Lockie.  Isabella was born 16 March 1824 in Yetholm, Roxburgshire to Robert Cranston and Margaret McDougal.  Robert and Isabella emigrated to Australia.  They had ten children.  Isabella died 14 February 1889.  Robert died 8 October 1904.  Surnames are: Hotson, Watherson, Walshe, Ridgeway.  Article covers the years 1824 - 1941 in the parishes of Langholm, Dumfries, Scotland, Manchester, Lancashire, England, and Port Lincoln, South Australia, Australia.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 41 #4 October 2005, pgs 376-381[126]   

The Worralls of Failsworth by John M. Ellis.  Ashton Worrall was born about 1733 and died 1 September 1801.  He married Mary Taylor of Forehouses.  She died 20 May 1790.  He married Sarah Colinson on 19 November 1797 at Manchester.  Sarah was buried at Hollinwood 5 July 1812.  Ashton and Mary had ten children.  Article covers the years 1715 - 1844 in the parishes of Failsworth and Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 41 #4 October 2005, pgs 383-386[126]  

The Speers family by Laura Wood and Alan Dickon.  Copied from inside a book: Thomas Speers died 1 September 1870 at Longsight.  Catherine Speers died 4 April 1899 at Longsight.  Their children: William 1844 - 1919, Maria 1846 - 1930.  Thomas 1851 - 1909.  John 1853 - .  Charles 1856 - 1930.  Francis Joseph 1858 - 1929.  Maria 1860 - .  Catherine 1862 - .  Sarah Elizabeth 1866 - .  Alfred 1868.  William.  Frances and Maria died in Sao Paulo Brazil.  Article covers the years 1844 - 1930 in the parishes of Longsight and Manchester, Lancashire, England, and in the parish of Sao Paulo, Brazil.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 41 #4 October 2005, pgs 389-390[126]   

Volume 42 (2006)

Brother of the more famous James by Gill Barber.  Joseph Lomas and Betty Brindley were married 1789 at Prestbury.  Joseph died in 1846.  Betty died in 1848.  They had at least six children.  The ancestors and descendants were traced by Wills.  Surnames include Slack, Hulme, Webster, Shufflebotham, Winkle.  Article covers the years 1771 - 1873 in the parishes of Manchester, Lancashire, and Gawsworth, Cheshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 42 #1 January 2006, pgs 18-21[127]

Don't dispair - was my great grandfather a bigamist?  by Hilary Ricco.  Charles William Bagnell was born 3 September 1800 in Dukinfield to William Bagnell (desceased) and Mary Maria Heseltine.  Research shows Mary Maria was not married to William Bagnell.  He was her uncle and they could not legally marry.  Article covers the years 1800 - 1906 in the parish of Liverpool, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 42 #1 January 2006, pgs 23-24[127]  

David Stott of Bennett Street Sunday School by D. Brian Cooper.  David Stott was born 10 September 1779 in Ripponden to Thomas Stott.  He married Margaret Lloyd at Manchester Collegiate and later Jane.  He had four children.  He died 26 February 1848.  Article covers the years 1779 - 1970 in the parishes of Ripponden, Yorkshire, and Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 42 #1 January 2006, pgs 24-26[127] 

Fitting the pieces together: a brief history of the Hallsworth and Meadowcraft families of Ancoats and Ardwick 1782 - 1886 by Steven J Dickens.  Thomas Hallsworth's first wife, Alice died 4 October 1867.  He married Mary Thwaltes on 27 May 1868 at Manchester Cathedral.  Thomas died in 1886 in Ancoats.  He was born in 1819 at Manchester.  His father Edward and mother Sarah Marshall married at Manchester Parish church in April 1806.  Descendants are given.  Surnames are: Cliffe, Thornley, Meadowcroft.  Article covers the years 1782 - 1893 in the parishes of Ancoats and Ardwick, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 42 #2 April 2006, pgs 141-145[128] 

The orphan and the organist: scandals and surprises in a family by Kathleen O'Brien.  Edward O'Brien was born to Edwin O'Brien and Mary Cunningham.  Edwin died in 1916.  Mary died in 1917.  The author traced their ancestors.  Surnames are: Hill, Healey, Sewell, Long, and Stalker.  Article covers the year 1785 in the parishes of Hulme, Habergham, and Eaves, Lancashire, England, and in the countries of Scotland and Ireland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 42 #3 July 2006, pgs 231-234[129]

Life as a nurse in World War 1 by Susan Hall.  Madge Wales Hall served as a nurse in World War 1.  The author has described his experiences.  Included is a photograph of her.  Article coversd the years 1916 - 1994 in the parishes of Grantham, Lincolnshire, England, and Etaples, Pas-de-Calais, France.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 42 #3 July 2006, pgs 234-238[129] 

Always turn the page: Second installment by R A Robinson.  Joseph Lansdale married Mary Syddall.  His bicycle journeys are discussed.  Included is a family pedigree chart beginning with William Robinson and Mary.  Also William Warburton and Catherine Fleming.  Surnames are: Crossley, Travis, Haslam.  Article covers the years 1823 - 1981 in the parish of Holywood, Down, Ireland, and in the parishes of Rochdale, Bolton, and Bury, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 42 #3 July 2006, pgs 245-248[129] 

The surprising life of Moses Price by Raymond Price.  Moses Price was born 6 January 1846 at Ashton-under-Lyne to Moses Price and Hannah.  He married Mary Vaughn at St Peter, Ashton-under-Lyne.  They had two children before they emigrated to Australia.  Mary died in 1895.  Moses married Louisa Redpath in 1897.  They had four children.  He died 1 April 1910 at Footscray.  Moses' ancestors are described.  Included is a photograph of him.  Article covers the years 1793 - 1910 in the parishes of Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire, England, and Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 42 #4 October 2006, pgs 325-329[130]   

My Delooze clues by Ann Cooper.  Alternate spellings of Delooze are: De Looze, Deloose, Delose, Deluce, De Looge or Deloge.  Mary Jane Delooze married Wright Dawson at St Marys in Bury in 1863.  A photograph is included of Mary Jane Dawson with her grandchildren taken about 1914.  Article covers the years 1792 - 1923 in the parish of Bury, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 42 #4 October 2006, pgs 331-333[130]

Always turn the page: part three by R A Robinson.  Photograph of Rev. Walter Taylor Warburton born 1861 to Rev. W. Warburton in Liverpool.  Also a photograph of Joseph Lansdale and Alice setting off on a cycling experience.  In the background is Mary, Joseph's "cycling widow".  Article covers the years 1861 - 1994 in the parishes of Bury, Lancashire, England, and Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 42 #4 October 2006, pgs 334-336[130]

John Richardson (1766 - 1833) by Alan Richardson.  John Richardson was born September 1766 to Elizabeth in Wigton, Cumberland poor house.  He married Margaret Hough at Chorley.  They had ten children.  Margaret died in 1826 at Manchester.  About 1828 John married Mary.  He died 30 May 1833 in Manchester.  He is buried at Chorley.  Article covers the years 1744 - 1925 in the parishes of Wigton, Cumberland, and Chorley, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 42 #4 October 2006, pgs 351-354[130]

"Photograph".  Members of a cycling club.  Those identified are: C Marsden, E. Farn or Fern, C Bentley, Jack Hilton, M L Woodhouse, Stan Cook, Norman Green, Will Gentles.  Article in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 42 #4 October 2006, pg 382[130]  

the Irish in Manchester.  A photograph of Red Johnny, 1935.  He was a cattle dealer who lodged in Trafford Park.  Article covers the year 1935 in the parishes of Trafford Park and Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 42 #4 October 2006, pg 389[130]  

Volume 43 (2007)

Bernado's/ McPherson boy by Vic Cliffe.  William (Jackman) Cliffe was born 2 February 1892 to Mary Cliffe in Manchester.  He was raised by Henry and Mary Anne Jackman until her death in 1900.  William was sent to Canada in 1902.  He married Vivian Jarvis 4 December 1920.  They had five children.  William died 24 January 1959.  Mary A. Cliffe was born in Liverpool 17 July 1870 to John and Elizabeth Burghall Cliffe. Included is a photograph of William Cliffe taken 1 April 1903.  Article covers the years 1870 - 1959 in the parishes of Manchester and Liverpool, Lancashire, England, and in the parishes of Toronto and London, Ontario, Canada.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 43 #1 January 2007, pgs 17-19[131] 

From Manchester to the Cape of Good Hope: 1819 - 1820: The Longs of Salford and Manchester, Part 1 by Neville Long.  Jeremiah Long was the son of John and Elizabeth Long.  He married Ann Dorrington in 1804 at Manchester Collegiate Church.  They left for Australia on 1 January 1820 aboard the ship "John".  Article covers the years 1770 - 1820 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 43 #1 January 2007, pgs 23-28[131]

Ralph Mayer Robey (1809 - 1864) by Michael John Lees.  Thomas Robey married Mary Hill in 1765.  They had two sons born in Warrington.  Peter was born 1777 and William born 1786.  Peter married Ann Mayer in 1801.  William married Elizabeth Mayeron 2 February 1806.  Ralph Mayer Robey was born to William and Elizabeth on 8 February 1809 and baptized 12 February 1809, one of twelve children.  Ralph married Mary Ann Leese on 16 April 1826 (Stone).  They had at least three children.  Mary Anne died 1837.  Ralph emigrated to Sydney in November 1841.  He married Louisa Townsend 21 October 1842.  They had at least six children.  Ralph returned to England where he died 1 April 1864.  Article covers the years 1765 - 1889 in the parishes of Warrington, Lancashire, Longston, Derbyshire, England, and Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 43 #1 January 2007, pgs 30-35[131] 

George Hadfield of Failsworth Lodge by Tim Hadfield.  George Hadfield married Jane Barlow at Prestwich Parish church on 27 July 1800.  They had seven children.  George died 10 October 1839 and was buried 14 October 1839 in Manchester General Cemetery in Harpurhey.  Article covers the years 1776 - 1893 in the parishes of Manchester and Oldham, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 43 #1 January 2007, pgs 36-39[131]

Paradise to Manchester by Peter Logan.  Hugh Logan and Jeanie Walker were from Scotland.  They had at least four children.  Surnames are: Norris, Hopkins, Rummery, Witham, Cattermole, Bates, McNiven, Gouldie, Moody, Aitken and Bickert.  Hugh died in 1921.  Article covers the years 1814 - 1937 in the parishes of Manchester, Lancashire, Kensington, and London, Middlesex, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 43 #1 January 2007, pgs 60-62[131]

The skeleton in my family cupboard - part 1: an investigation into the origins of my grandfather by Rosemary Brown.  Lily Haughton married Edward Thompson in 1895.  Lily's parents were Edward and Hannah Houghton of Burnley.  Included is a postcard photograph of Lily and her sister Beatrice about 1905/6.  Article covers the years 1895 - 1923 in the parish of Burnley, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 43 #2 April 2007, pgs 107-112[132]

Silk and handloom weavers in 18th Century Manchester: the rise of the Hallsworth family of Ancoats 1692 - 1804 by Steven Dickens.  Robert Hallsworth was baptized at Manchester Cathedral 20 February 1692.  His father was Thomas Hallsworth.  Robert married Penelope Coppock on 6 September 1726 at Manchester Cathedral.  Their son Thomas was baptized 26 March 1732 at Cathedral.  Thomas married Margaret Simcock on 7 October 1756 at Cathedral and their son William was baptized 10 October 1757 at St Lawrence Parish Church at Frodsham.  Margaret was baptized 30 May 1732 at St Lawrence.  Her parents were John Simcock and Elizabeth.  Article covers the years 1692 - 1825 in the parishes of Manchester, Lancashire, and Frodsham, Cheshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 43 #2 April 2007, pgs 113-119[132]

Misery, poverty and enterprise by John M. Ellis.  William Ellis was baptized 10 January 1775 at Dewsbury, West Riding.  He married Sarah Dews on 4 June 1798.  He died 25 December 1815 and buried at Dewsbury.  Their son William was born at Ossett and baptized 7 July 1799.  He married Elizabeth Oldroyd 19 March 1820.  He died 24 April 1861.  Their son Joshua was baptized 3 December 1826 and married at St John's Wakefield to Mary Lockwood 16 November 1856.  Included is a photograph of Joshua Ellis.  Article covers the years 1774 - 1892 in the parishes of Ossett and Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 43 #2 April 2007, pgs 119-122[132] 

From Manchester to the Cape of Good Hope: 1819 - 1820: The Longs of Salford and Manchester Part 2 by Neville Long.  A description of the voyage and settlement.  Jeremiah Long died 12 November 1834, buried at Salem Church.  Two sons, John and Jeremiah divided the property.  Jeremiah had thirteen children.  Article covers the years 1820 - 1882 in the parish of Grahams town, Cape Province, Australia.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 43 #2 April 2007, pgs 126-130[132]  

[Photograph].  A photograph of Herbert Howard and wife.  The wife man be Elizabeth Ester Blackley or Eliza beth Rothwell.  Article in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 43 #2 April 2007, pg 177[132]

International relations by Ann Cooper.  Elizabeth Wood daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth Wood, married Thomas Nuttall in 1841.  Joseph was born 14 June 1776 and died 10 September 1859.  Elizabeth was born 15 January 1783 and died 16 April 1847.  Elizabeth Nuttall died 1908 in Daisywood, Joseph and Elizabeth are buried at Orient, Adair, Iowa.  Article covers the years 1776 - 1908 in the parish of Elton, Lancashire, England, and in the county of Adair, Iowa, United States.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 43 #3 July 2007, pgs 207-211[133]

The skeleton in my family cupboard - part 2: an investigation into the origins of my grandfather by Rosemary Brown.  Edward Thomson was finally found in the calendar of Prisoners and showed that he spent 312 years in Prison.  He was released in 1883.  He died in the Blackburn workhouse infirmary on 4 December 1909.  Article covers the years 1839 - 1909 in the parish of Blackburn, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 43 #3 July 2007, pgs 212-218[133]

Forbears at the zoo - a sequel by Malcolm Norcliffe Jones.  William Chapman 1786 - 1848, son of Thomas Chapman married three times - 1) Mary Barbar 1790 - 1815 at St Peter's Prestbury, 2) Jane Hulme 1793 - 1838 also at St Peter's, 3) Ann Downen, 1781 - 1845 at St Peters.  Three family trees are given.  Surnames included are: Wakefield, Allt, Shaw, Jones Alsop, Latham, Wadsworth, Mallillieu, Swann, Potts, Tree, Worth, Mellor, Jennison, Brierly and Brown.  Article covers the years 1781 - 1919 in the parishes of Macclesfield, Lancashire, and Poynton, Cheshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 43 #3 July 2007, pgs 221-231[133]

Old father Philip by Marjorie Polland.  John Clark of Mevagissey died 18 August 1818.  His wife Wilmott died 30 November 1818.  Their daughter Johanne married Philip Chetham in 1815.  They had four children.  Johanna died 9 July 1835 at Reddish Mills near Stockport.  Philip died in Cheadle in 1884.  Included is a portrait of Bro.  Philip Chetham.  Article covers the years 1788 - 1884 in the parishes of Mevagissey, Cornwall, and Stockport, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 43 #3 July 2007, pgs 234-236[133]

Finding a missing cousin by Philip Needham.  Leonard Stock was killed in action 26 October 1941.  A photograph is included of Leonard Stock sitting in a spitfire.  Article covers the years 1940 - 1941 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 43 #4 October 2007, pgs 315-318[134]

Joseph Dunkerley in the militia by Philip Dunkerley.  Joseph Dunkerley married Hannah Spencer and they had eight children, beginning in 1810.  Article covers the years 1793 - 1816 in the parishes of Oldham, Lancashire, and Bristol, Gloucestershire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 43 #4 October 2007, pgs 319-324[134]

Always turn the page - part 7 by R.A. Robinson.  Edward Crossley died in 1865, age 26.  Included is a photograph of Edward Crossley.  Article covers the years 1533 - 1896 in the parishes of Livesey and Bolton, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 43 #4 October 2007, pg 324[134]

Debtor's prisons 1669 - 1869.  Robert Coppocke of Manchester, Prisoner for debt by Steven J Dickens.  Alternate spellings of Coppocke are Coppock, Coppuck, and Coppuick.  Robert Coppocke was baptized 23 November 1606 at Manchester, son of Richard Coppocke and Elizabeth Worthington who were married 8 December 1600.  Penelope Coppocke was baptized 30 March 1707, daughter of Joseph Coppocke and Ellen Widdowes, at Manchester.  She married Robert Hallsworth at Manchester 6 September 1726.  Article covers the years 1669 - 1869 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 43 #4 October 2007, pgs 331-338[134]

The Boltons of Standishgate, Wigan by Bill Bolton.  Thomas Bolton 1800 - 1864 was baptized at St Pauls Congregational Church, Standishgate.  He married Jane Lyon at Wigan All Saints then moved to Skipton.  Included is a family tree beginning with Jeffrey Bolton and Elizabeth.  Surnames include Asley, Aston, Brown, Taylor, Finch, Broad bank, and Madock.  Article covers the years 1580 - 1970 in the parishes of Wigan, Lancashire, and Skipton, Yorkshire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 43 #4 October 2007, pgs 345-351[134]

Burnage band by Michael Egan.  A photograph of Burnage Band is given identifying Walter Unsworth (1876 - 1959).  Article covers the years 1876 - 1959 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 43 #4 October 2007, pgs 351-352[134]

A new look at an old book by Vera Robinson.  A list of monumental inscriptions at All Saints Parish Church at Newton Heath.  Entries give name, date of death, age at death, relationships, cause of death, occupation.  Gives few entries but tells where to see entire data base.  Surnames in this article are: Vine, Rogers, Blomley, Crouchley, Travis, Faulkner and Watts.  Article covers the years 1678 - 1905 in the parishes of Newton Heath and Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 43 #4 October 2007, pgs 352-353[134]

My holiday's research in Scotland by Marjorie Ross.  James Kerr married Margaret Watson on 11 October 1867 at Lasswade Manse.  Margaret's parents lived at Rosewell.  Donald Ross lived in Edinburgh New Town 1841 - 1871 censuses and raised seven children.  Article covers the years 1841 - 1881 in the parish of Lasswade, Midlothian, Scotland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 43 #4 October 2007, pgs 373-376[134]  

Trips to Dun Laoghaire by Bea Bentham.  Photograph of Hugh Gibson and Mr J Eastwood at Fair Head in 1911.  Article covers the year 1911 in the parish of Dun Laoghaire, Dublin, Ireland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 43 #4 October 2007, pg 383[134]

Volume 44 (2008)

The Dunkerley Family of Oldham by Rosemary Brown.  Family History and Family Tree of Moses and Ann (Greaves) 2. Mary ( ) Dunkerley and the following surnames; Hardy, Turner, Buckley, Thorp, Taylor, Haywood, Wrigley, Winterbottom, Holden, Lees, Crossley, Mellowdew, Kershaw, Gartside.  Article covers the years 1569 - 1801 in the parish of Oldham, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 44 #2 2008, pgs 171-175[135]  

Volume 45 (2009)

The Accidental Bigamist by Sheila Wise.  Family History of Thomas Henry and Elizabeth Dunn (also Cooper) Beetson: with the following surnames: Singleton, Whitworth, Matthews, Prieslty, Greenwood, Wood, Kitchen.  Article covers the years 1821 - 1891 in the parish of Haslingden, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 45 #1 2009, pgs 42-46[136]  

Some Domestic Property Owners in Victorian Manchester Part 1 by Malcom Norcliffe Jones.  History, photos and Family Tree of John and Mary (Hillingsworth) Mellor (and other) with the following surnames: Pomfrell?, Ardwick, Jones, Monk.  Article covers the years 1804 - 1966 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 45 #2 2009, pgs 106-112[137]  

Unravelling the White and Robinson Story by Lorley A. Morling.  History of John and Jane Robinson with Henry and ( ) White with the following surnames: Rutherford, Dyson, Willams, Nunnerley, Hill, Hays, Bailey, Ward, Cain or Kain, Bardsley, Grimshay.  With photos.  Article covers the years 1822 - 2005 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England, and Gelnboy, Leitrim, Ireland.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 45 #3 2009, pgs 236-246[138]

Volume 47 (2011)

The Alsops of Ordsall and Litchford Halls Part 1 by Malcolm Morecliffe Jones.  Family History and Family Tree of Richard and Mary (?) Alsop Snr; with the following surnames: Kitchen, Shutt, Lott, Braddock, Wilson, Hitton, Cath, Hodgsow, Withington.  Article covers the years 1736 - 1875 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 47 #1 2011, pgs 17-22[139]

Volume 48 (2012)

Transcription of the Article in the Reporter by Ann Burows and Jean Evans.  History and Family Tree of Thomas and Sara (?) MacNabe and John and Mary Ann Jones.  Thomas with the following surnames; Ormorod, Bagshaw, Mater.  Article covers the years 1914 - 1988 in the parishes of Pendleton and Salford, Lancashire, England.  Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 48 #3 2012, pgs 216-217[140]

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  77. 77.0 77.1 77.2 77.3 77.4 77.5 77.6 77.7 77.8 77.9 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 29 #1 January 1993FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  78. 78.0 78.1 78.2 78.3 78.4 78.5 78.6 78.7 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 29 #2 April 1993FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  79. 79.0 79.1 79.2 79.3 79.4 79.5 79.6 79.7 79.8 79.9 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 29 #3 July 1993FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  80. 80.0 80.1 80.2 80.3 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 29 #4 October 1993FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  81. 81.0 81.1 81.2 81.3 81.4 81.5 81.6 81.7 81.8 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 30 #1 January 1994FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  82. 82.0 82.1 82.2 82.3 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 30 #2 April 1994FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  83. 83.0 83.1 83.2 83.3 83.4 83.5 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 30 #3 July 1994FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  84. 84.00 84.01 84.02 84.03 84.04 84.05 84.06 84.07 84.08 84.09 84.10 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 30 #4 October 1994FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  85. 85.0 85.1 85.2 85.3 85.4 85.5 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 31 #1 January 1995FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  86. 86.0 86.1 86.2 86.3 86.4 86.5 86.6 86.7 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 31 #2 April 1995FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  87. 87.0 87.1 87.2 87.3 87.4 87.5 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 31 #3 July 1995FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  88. 88.0 88.1 88.2 88.3 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 31 #4 October 1995FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  89. 89.0 89.1 89.2 89.3 89.4 89.5 89.6 89.7 89.8 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 32 #1 January 1996FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  90. 90.0 90.1 90.2 90.3 90.4 90.5 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 32 #2 April 1996FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  91. 91.0 91.1 91.2 91.3 91.4 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 32 #3 July 1996FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  92. 92.0 92.1 92.2 92.3 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 32 #4 October 1996FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  93. 93.0 93.1 93.2 93.3 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 33 #1 January 1997FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  94. The Manchester Genealogist. v. 33 #2 April 1997FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  95. 95.0 95.1 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 33 #3 July 1997FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  96. 96.0 96.1 96.2 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 33 #4 October 1997FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  97. 97.0 97.1 97.2 97.3 97.4 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 34 #1 January 1998FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  98. 98.0 98.1 98.2 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 34 #2 April 1998FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  99. 99.0 99.1 99.2 99.3 99.4 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 34 #3 July 1998FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  100. 100.0 100.1 100.2 100.3 100.4 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 34 #4 October 1998FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  101. 101.0 101.1 101.2 101.3 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 35 #1 January 1999FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  102. 102.0 102.1 102.2 102.3 102.4 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 35 #2 April 1999FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  103. 103.0 103.1 103.2 103.3 103.4 103.5 103.6 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 35 #3 July 1999FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  104. The Manchester Genealogist. v. 35 #4 October 1999FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  105. 105.0 105.1 105.2 105.3 105.4 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 36 #1 January 2000FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  106. The Manchester Genealogist. v. 36 #2 April 2000FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  107. 107.0 107.1 107.2 107.3 107.4 107.5 107.6 107.7 107.8 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 36 #3 July 2000FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  108. 108.0 108.1 108.2 108.3 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 36 #4 October 2000FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  109. 109.0 109.1 109.2 109.3 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 37 #1 January 2001FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  110. 110.0 110.1 110.2 110.3 110.4 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 37 #2 April 2001FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  111. 111.0 111.1 111.2 111.3 111.4 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 37 #3 July 2001FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  112. 112.0 112.1 112.2 112.3 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 37 #4 October 2001FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  113. 113.0 113.1 113.2 113.3 113.4 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 38 #1 January 2002FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  114. 114.0 114.1 114.2 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 38 #2 April 2002FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  115. 115.0 115.1 115.2 115.3 115.4 115.5 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 38 #3 July 2002FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  116. 116.0 116.1 116.2 116.3 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 38 #4 October 2002FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  117. 117.0 117.1 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 39 #1 January 2003FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  118. 118.0 118.1 118.2 118.3 118.4 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 39 #2 April 2003FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  119. 119.0 119.1 119.2 119.3 119.4 119.5 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 40 #1 January 2004FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  120. 120.0 120.1 120.2 120.3 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 40 #2 April 2004FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  121. 121.0 121.1 121.2 121.3 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 40 #3 July 2004FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  122. 122.0 122.1 122.2 122.3 122.4 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 40 #4 October 2004FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  123. 123.0 123.1 123.2 123.3 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 41 #1 January 2005FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  124. 124.00 124.01 124.02 124.03 124.04 124.05 124.06 124.07 124.08 124.09 124.10 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 41 #2 April 2005FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  125. 125.0 125.1 125.2 125.3 125.4 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 41 #3 July 2005FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  126. 126.0 126.1 126.2 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 41 #4 October 2005FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  127. 127.0 127.1 127.2 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 42 #1 January 2006FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  128. The Manchester Genealogist. v. 42 #2 April 2006FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  129. 129.0 129.1 129.2 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 42 #3 July 2006FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  130. 130.0 130.1 130.2 130.3 130.4 130.5 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 42 #4 October 2006FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  131. 131.0 131.1 131.2 131.3 131.4 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 43 #1 January 2007FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  132. 132.0 132.1 132.2 132.3 132.4 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 43 #2 April 2007FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  133. 133.0 133.1 133.2 133.3 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 43 #3 July 2007FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  134. 134.0 134.1 134.2 134.3 134.4 134.5 134.6 134.7 134.8 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 43 #4 October 2007FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  135. The Manchester Genealogist. v. 44 #2 2008FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  136. The Manchester Genealogist. v. 45 #1 2009FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  137. The Manchester Genealogist. v. 45 #2 2009FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  138. The Manchester Genealogist. v. 45 #3 2009FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  139. The Manchester Genealogist. v. 47 #1 2011FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  140. The Manchester Genealogist. v. 48 #3 2012FHL book 942.72 B2mg

 

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