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I have managed to get a photo copy of a photo copy of a pic of St Mary's Kirkdale, for anyone who had family who used the church.
It is not a very good copy but it was the best I could do.
I don't know the date, but it could be late to early 1900's
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Thanks for posting the picture of St Mary's - there is no illustration in "Churches of Liverpool" by David Lewis.
He states that the church was opened in 1836 & the frontage remodelled in 1841. It was closed in 1973 when declared unsafe, and demolished in Jan 1979.
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Thanks I have an ancestor who got married in this church in 1922 I didn't know it had been pulled down.
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This is the church where my grandfather James Holden was baptised on Apr. 2 1871!
Researching: Holden, Shuttleworth, Hoskins, Dawson, Walker, Tipping, Sheffield, MacKenzie, LeBreton.
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hi interesting to see photo of st marys kirkdale, I (Joyce tHannah Wright nee Powell) was christened there 3rd September 1939 as was my brother John in 1933. my parents Minnie Kenyon /Richard Powell were married there 1932, my grandparents Hannah Mort & William Kenyon were married there 1894.Quite a significant church for the Kenyon family. Incidently on returning home after my christening the family learnt of the decleration of WW2.
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Clearer pic than the one above,