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    The return of Johnny
    By The return of Johnny,

    Well done pills and Thatto Heath for getting through the first round of the challenge cup. 


    By Irishpj57,

    Hi, I'm in the United States and my Family members had lived in St.Helens in the late 1800's. They came from Ireland , lived in St.Helens till 1894 (My immediate family, Murray's).

    Some of the family names are John P. Murray, his family, Margaret/Bridget, Gertrude/Catherine, Helen, Mary, Michael, Patrick, John, Margaret (maybe more as she was listed as 11 born)
    John's mother Kathleen (Travers), father John.

    John P had 3 sisters. Mary A., married DOOLEY,  Elizabeth (Bessie) married CLARKE, Katherine C. (Unknown marriage). They all came to the U.S also. Dates unknown.

    It seems the family all originated in Ireland, Co Meath area (records are scarce)
    If you have or know these names please contact me!
    Thank you Cousins!
    Patrick Murray

    Books about St Helens

    By Glasstowner,

    Ok, first post from scratch and sorry if this has been done before or in the wrong place #newbalert 😂

    I was just wondering what you guys are reading or have read and would recommend?

    I have just read Sue Gerrard's 'Secret St Helens', History of St Helens with local landmarks, by James Brockbank and I am about 2/3 of the way through Steven Wainwright's 'The Hidden History of St Helens'. I also enjoyed 'A Pictorial History of St Helens' by Mary Presland.

    Thanks in advance.

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