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    Isabel Robey - the Windle witch

    Dave
    By Dave,
    Here's the link to Mark's draft for Isabel Robey.   Isabel Robey

    Martin Murray & Mary Garvey m 1882

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    By private person,
    am starting to look for the MARTIN MURRAY family of St Helens Lancs England..   Martin MURRAYand Mary GARVEY were married in The Church of the Sacred Heart Prescot 26 Nov of 1882   witnesses to the marriage were Michael DALTON and Annie DIXON.. Annie Dixon was the sister of Marys brother John Garvey's wife Elizabeth Dixon..her parents were Robert Dixon and Catherine Dixon ..   .Marys parents were PAUL GARVEY and LUCY GARVEY nee FLOYD br Liverpool abt 1840-41..Mary was br in Runcorn in 18

    Job Blake & Sarah Ellen Naylor m 1875

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    Christ Church CofE   14-6-1875 Job Blake 20 Potter Eccleston Benjamin Potter Sarah Ellen Naylor 21 Eccleston John Lab wit John & Ellen Leigh   Sarah Ellen Naylor's father WAS James Naylor NOT John Naylor Mother was ANN GLYNN of Ireland.   James Naylor was brother to my g-g-grandfather John Naylor both were sons of James Naylor and Ellen Unknow. There was also in James and Ellen Naylors family another son named Peter and a daughter named Ann..   -------------------------------

    James and Ellen NAYLOR Sutton St Helens Family

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    James Naylor br abt 1783 Ellen unknown Naylor br abt 1798   Lived in Sutton St Helens Lancs England..know that St Nicholas CofE was the Parish Church that the family used. Church not great about family finding and have no info from them re the Naylors other than the little bit found in the fiche at St Helens Library.   Children   1.James br 1821 2.John br 1825 d 1874 [my g-g-grandfather] 3.Ann br 1827..d 1855 4.Peter br   and 2 step Daughters found in the 1851 census [stepdaugs in

    ALCOCK & HOLDEN family lines 1764 onwards

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    Elizabeth Alcock..   Born Dec 1763 baptized Jan 1 1764 daug of Elizabeth Alcock of Bold   ALSO found was..   Marriage of JOHN HOLDEN and ELIZABETH ALCOCK   St Helens Chapel   24th August 1788 John Holden labourer and Elizabeth Alcock [sp] both of this parish Both signed with a X Witnesses JAMES TARBUCK and WILLIAM DAVIS   Any idea who James Tarbuck and William Davis might be? Family members or professional witneses at the church

    Eliz Holden marriage to John WOODWARD 1812

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    Looking for info on the following people   Date of marriage is 7-1-1812 no location [we can't remember where we found marriage :0{ ]   Elizabeth Holden from Sutton married John Woodward from Sutton wit William Roscow and Jane Johnson   Believe Elizabeth Holden to be daughter of John Holden and Elizabeth nee Alcock of Sutton St Helens   Our Elizabeth was br 1791 Sutton St helens..   There was a Elizabeth Woodward who was witness to the marriage of

    James Woods TARBUCK marriage to Mary HOLDING 1840

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    Have following marriage info..   Prescot Parish Church 1-6-1840 James Woods Tarbuck F.A. Engineer Prescot Robert Farmer Mary Holding minor Rainhill James Labourer wit Elizabeth Ashton, John Tarbuck   Anyone might know who Mary Holdings mother was?   SLC

    SGT JOHN DERBYSHIRE

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    Would anyone might know some of the surnames in this obit? And how they might be related..Holden was the maiden name of John's mother..from St Helens as was his father's family..1912 saw the Derbyshire family move to Canada. John was br in Canada.   Trying to see if his Mother was somehow related to our Holdens..   SGT DERBYSHIRE- The funeral took place on Wednesday at St Helens Cemetery of Sgt John Derbyshire Canadian Airforce 29 yrs of 37 Oxford Street,St Helens who died

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