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by Bertieone
03 Apr 2020 11:13
Forum: Liverpool & South West Lancashire Family History
Topic: John STAFFORD of Tranmere
Replies: 9
Views: 77

Re: John STAFFORD of Tranmere

I wouldn't order the marriage cert, not at this point in time, I doubt very much there's a mistake made. Though not conclusive proof by any means, an indication would be in the naming of the children after their grandparents, Benjamin, Elizabeth, John and eventually Hannah, amazing how many times th...
by Bertieone
03 Apr 2020 10:19
Forum: Liverpool & South West Lancashire Family History
Topic: John STAFFORD of Tranmere
Replies: 9
Views: 77

Re: John STAFFORD of Tranmere

Jenny, The problem is, the John who died in 1856, Walker St, his brother may not have been in the area in 1851. I think the John Stafford/Ann Jones family is nailed on, so can't be the John Stafford born to Mary Kinsley/Webster. With his father being Benjamin, it is possible he is the son of Staffor...
by Bertieone
03 Apr 2020 07:19
Forum: Liverpool & South West Lancashire Family History
Topic: John STAFFORD of Tranmere
Replies: 9
Views: 77

Re: John STAFFORD of Tranmere

John Stafford married Mary Webster, widow of this parish, 1812, St Paul's, Liverpool

Mary Kinsey married John Webster, 1801, St Peter, Liverpool
by Bertieone
03 Apr 2020 05:48
Forum: Liverpool & South West Lancashire Family History
Topic: John STAFFORD of Tranmere
Replies: 9
Views: 77

Re: John STAFFORD of Tranmere

I should add,

It appears the fathers of the Frodsham marriage were, Benjamin Stafford/John Jones, which doesn't sit kindly with the 1815 baptism?
by Bertieone
03 Apr 2020 05:25
Forum: Liverpool & South West Lancashire Family History
Topic: John STAFFORD of Tranmere
Replies: 9
Views: 77

Re: John STAFFORD of Tranmere

Hi Jenny and welcome, It was on my behalf Mary kindly sent the messages over to you. Based on your response to Alex I found the following and I hope it gives you confidence when ordering the death certificate for John Stafford. Also I hope you found it useful the marriage of John Stafford and Ann Jo...
by Bertieone
31 Mar 2020 07:02
Forum: Liverpool & South West Lancashire Family History
Topic: Prince Edwin Street
Replies: 21
Views: 207

Re: Prince Edwin Street

Spot on Blue,

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by Bertieone
30 Mar 2020 09:45
Forum: Liverpool & South West Lancashire Family History
Topic: Prince Edwin Street
Replies: 21
Views: 207

Re: Prince Edwin Street

"Prince Edwin, the brother of King Athlestan of England was an eminent and distinguished Mason and King Athlestan was the grandson of King Alfred the first anointed King of England who translated the Holy Bible into the Saxon language. The Grand Lodge that was established in York, England in 926 pro...
by Bertieone
28 Mar 2020 19:25
Forum: Liverpool & South West Lancashire Family History
Topic: John Cartner.
Replies: 8
Views: 113

Re: John Cartner.

Sorry, Katie,

No luck here.
by Bertieone
27 Mar 2020 09:48
Forum: Liverpool & South West Lancashire Family History
Topic: Prince Edwin Street
Replies: 21
Views: 207

Re: Prince Edwin Street

From the 1911 census, not Herbert's family.

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by Bertieone
27 Mar 2020 07:23
Forum: Liverpool & South West Lancashire Family History
Topic: Prince Edwin Street
Replies: 21
Views: 207

Re: Prince Edwin Street

I suspect the Prince Edward St in the 1827 directory refers to the one in Birkenhead, though it doesn't say so.

The directory is for Liverpool and its environs.
by Bertieone
26 Mar 2020 19:42
Forum: Liverpool & South West Lancashire Family History
Topic: Prince Edwin Street
Replies: 21
Views: 207

Re: Prince Edwin Street

There's a April Grove, Tuebrook (Newspaper snippet)

There's also a Prince Edward St, Birkenhead, off Beckwith St.
by Bertieone
26 Mar 2020 19:29
Forum: Liverpool & South West Lancashire Family History
Topic: Prince Edwin Street
Replies: 21
Views: 207

Re: Prince Edwin Street

Hi Lynne,

There was all 3, Prince Edward St was mentioned in the 1827 directory, not looked for later.

Prince Edwin St, no problem with that one, mentioned in the Liverpool Electoral Rolls and directories.

Prince Edwin Lane, Everton.
by Bertieone
24 Mar 2020 13:50
Forum: Liverpool & South West Lancashire Family History
Topic: Cold case - my Grandmother
Replies: 59
Views: 8432

Re: Cold case - my Grandmother

Hilary did say she wanted the whole thread, it depends on what electronic wizardry she has whether it works for her.
by Bertieone
24 Mar 2020 10:52
Forum: Liverpool & South West Lancashire Family History
Topic: Cold case - my Grandmother
Replies: 59
Views: 8432

Re: Cold case - my Grandmother

I have Windows 10,

If you right click on page 1 and click print, this appears, take it from there.

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by Bertieone
17 Mar 2020 20:13
Forum: Liverpool & South West Lancashire Family History
Topic: Electoral Register accuracy
Replies: 9
Views: 425

Re: Electoral Register accuracy

Very odd, so whoever lived in the property after 1953 never registered to vote, did the next door neighbours change?
by Bertieone
15 Mar 2020 15:26
Forum: Liverpool & South West Lancashire Family History
Topic: William J Churchill and Nellie Flynn
Replies: 20
Views: 245

Re: William J Churchill and Nellie Flynn

Another that may be worth looking at, William J Churchill married Annie Roberts, West Derby, 1917, reg office or reg attended. 1920, William James Churchill, age 34, died and buried at Ford cemetery, address, 15 Solomon St, occupation, Coppersmith. 1920 Electoral Roll, William & Annie Churchill, 15 ...
by Bertieone
15 Mar 2020 09:26
Forum: Liverpool & South West Lancashire Family History
Topic: William J Churchill and Nellie Flynn
Replies: 20
Views: 245

Re: William J Churchill and Nellie Flynn

Sue, We could do with sight of the 1906 marriage cert to find the status of William James Churchill, in case he was a widow. The 1911 Nicholas census has William Churchill, grandson, born 1903, Manchester. Also a possibility, perhaps Ellen Flynn brought William into the marriage, A possible, FLYNN, ...
by Bertieone
15 Mar 2020 06:20
Forum: Liverpool & South West Lancashire Family History
Topic: William J Churchill and Nellie Flynn
Replies: 20
Views: 245

Re: William J Churchill and Nellie Flynn

The above Ellen Churchill, died and buried, Ford Cemetery, 1915, address, 11 Vine Street.

Address of Thomas & Elizabeth Nicholas, 1920 Electoral Roll.
by Bertieone
15 Mar 2020 06:07
Forum: Liverpool & South West Lancashire Family History
Topic: William J Churchill and Nellie Flynn
Replies: 20
Views: 245

Re: William J Churchill and Nellie Flynn

CHURCHILL, ELLEN
mother's maiden name, FLINN
GRO Reference: 1910 D Quarter in WEST DERBY Volume 08B Page 570