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    Gamble family...no, not THOSE Gambles

    Hello Mark I have been trying to get Baptist Gamble the father of James Gamble born Ireland about 1817 connected to the Sir William Gamble family for years, unfortunately I have not found it so far. The Obituary’s below will answer your question about James & Edith Gamble nee Mather, also William Gamble born 1861 son of James & Hannah Gamble nee Ellis. St Helens Reporter Saturday 15th July 1961 Gamble Mrs Edith Gamble and family wish to thank all relatives, friends and neighbours, the clergy St Thomas, doctors and nurses Whiston Hospital for kind ministrations, expressions of sympathy and floral tributes received during their recent sad bereavement 135 Boundary Road Same paper Mr J Gamble Before interment at the borough cemetery the Rev L.B Burton conducted a service at the parish church for Mr James Gamble (aged 66) 135 Boundary Road The organist accompanied the singing of "Jesus Lover of my Soul" and "The King Of Love My Shepherd Is" Mourners were: Mrs E Gamble, Mr & Mrs T Colquitt, Mr & Mrs R Crooks, Mr & Mrs W Gamble, Mr & Mrs B Randolph, Miss E Gamble, Mr & Mrs W Evans, Mrs J Gerrard, Mr & Mrs Willetts, Miss D Gamble, Mr & Mrs W Gamble, Mr H Jones, Mr & Mrs S Leyland, Messer’s T Duffy & A Dennett. Bearers were Messer’s T Colquitt, B Randolph, T Duffy, R Crooks, R Willitts & A Dennett. Floral tributes were sent by "Loving wife" Edith; Daughter Elsie, Betty & Tom; Joyce, Raymond & Children; Bill, Pat & children, Em, Ron & Charles; Philip, Lil & Joyce; Ted & Derek; Albert, Mary & Edith, Gladys; Lilian & Ronald; Harold, Kathleen & Elsie; Stan, Joan & Geoffrey; Mr Leahy & family; Mr & Mrs O'Neill, Doreen & Hughie; Dorothy, Bernard & family; Mrs Randolph & Mary; Eva; Dolly; Emily, Bill & family; Tom & Arthur; Ben & Joan; Nell, Alan & Alan jun; Renee, Sam & David; Bill & Lay; Annie & Madge; Flo, Arthur & John; Owens Family; Annie, Edmund & Jack; Laura & Ethel; Hughie & Elsie; Lou & Dick; Margaret & Hilda; Mr & Mrs J Colquitt & family; Bert Mr & Mrs E Clitheroe; Alan & Mrs Wilson; Mr & Mrs Birchall; Nancy & David (Nags Head Hotel) Customers & Staff Nags Head Hotel; Misses Galagher; Directors Triplex Safety Glass Co Ltd; Members British Legion Westfield Street. Undertaker Co Op Funerals, Westfield Street M.I. section 45 grave 733 Cherished Memories Of James Beloved Husband Of Edith Gamble Died 7th July 1961 Aged 66 Years Also Edith Gamble Beloved Wife of The Above Died 19th Sept 1971 Aged 72 Years. St Helens Reporter Friday 28th February 1941 Gamble Mrs Gamble and family desire to thank all relatives’ friends and neighbours for kind expressions of sympathy and floral tributes received during their recent sad bereavement. Especially sincere thanks to the clergy of Holy Trinity Church, the Sisters of Holy Trinity Church, the sisters and nurses of St Helens Hospital and Nurse McCann the district nurse for their kind administrations. 49 South John Street Same Paper Mr W Gamble The funeral of Mr William Gamble (74) of 49 South John Street took place on Saturday at St Helens Cemetery being proceeded by a service in Holy Trinity Church the vicar (the Rev R Campbell) officiating. The organist Mr H Jones played Psalm 23 "The Lord As My Shepherd" and the hymns "Abide with Me" and "Peace Perfect Peace". The mourners were Mr W Evans, Mr J Gamble, Mr E Gamble, Mrs E Gerrard, Mrs N Whittle?, Miss ? Gamble, Mr W Gamble, Mrs H Jones. (son’s& daughters) Miss G Gamble, Mr J ?, Mr B Willits, Miss H Willits, Mr R Gerrard, Mr W Evans, Mrs Gamble, Mr M Jones, Mr J Lee, Mrs H Davidson, Mr James Gamble, Mr B Banks, Mr A Naylor, Mr King, Mrs P R Evans. The bearers were Messer’s J Gamble, E Gamble, W Gamble, W Gerrard, J Gerrard & R Willits. Wreaths were received by "His sorrowing Wife & Family" Ronald & Mya (Haydock); Bill & Grandsons; George & Ethel; Rene & Mabel; Hilda & ?; Emily & Fred; Mrs Bromilow & family; Maggie, Bill & family; Mr & Mrs Hackledge & family; Brother In Law & nieces; Mrs Hall; Marjorie, Millie & David; Mr & Mrs Lee & family; All at Parr Mill; Messer’s Pilkington Bros Ltd; Works Electrical Department; Mrs Roberts & family; Nieces & Nephews (Green End); Holy Trinity Men’s Bible Class; Connie & ? ; all Neighbours. Undertaker Mr Peter Orrell, Fingerpost M.I. section 40 grave 77 In Loving memory Of George The Beloved son Of William & Louisa Gamble Killed In France September 24th 1917 Aged 25 Years. Also William Beloved Husband of Louisa Gamble Who Died February 17th 1941 Aged 74 Years. Also Louisa The Above Who Died February 24th 1943 Aged 75 Years. Re United Also John Son of Louisa & The Late John Duncan Died February 19th 1938 Aged 53 Years. Kerbstones with Inscription Emily Evans Died October 27th 1968 aged 77 Years William Thomas Evans Died October 31st 1968 Aged 78 Years.
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    joseph tierney

    Hello there, can you put some date with your details for me please, my connection to the Tierney family is through my 1st Cousin 3 times removed Margaret Ellen Leyland born 26 September 1847 the daughter of James & Jane Leyland nee Adamson, she married Michael Tierney born Ireland about 1845 son of James Tierney, James & Margaret was married in St Patricks R.C. Chapel, Liverpool. 6 September 1865, they elopoed so the story goes, Michael was living at 96 Henderson St Toxteth Park & Marjorie at 70 Albert St Toxteth Park. Michael & Margaret had 11 children, Michael died 28 November in St Helens Lancashire, Margaret married Edward James Henry Frederick Forber born Duke St, St Helens 15 December 1843 at Lowe House R.C. in St Helens, they had 3 children. I have been researching the Tierney family a few years ago with a lady I will have to check my note to see who she is, have you any connection to this Michael Tierney Ronnie
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    castleford v leeds

    A very bad performance from a Leeds side I have ever seen, I don't think any team would have stop Castleford last night.
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    Duffy family holly bank street

    Margaret A Leyland 1864 any idea who her father was and who she married? I have been researching the Leyland Family from St Helens for over 20 years.
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    Duffy family holly bank street

    Have you any Leyland's connected to your Duffy's
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    Lodge on Abbey Rd

    When you said that I thought the house was haunted.
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    Lodge on Abbey Rd

    Who was the ghost children?
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    Laffak School

    is it still in use
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    Windleshaw Chantry Volunteers

    Ted you could well try that drone over the playing fields opposite the Chancery in the summer when the field is dry, it should tell you if there as been any building been on the filed as the foundations should stand out in the grass.
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    For Sale on Merton Bank Rd

    I remember it as a pottery in the 50's
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    Star Inn Raceground

    The thread is in the sport section started in 2012; topic Park Road Greyhound Track
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    6 Headstones at Lowe House

    Hi Phyll Was you at Lowe House school when it merged with Holy Cross, and went to the new school in Washway Lane, named St Albans.
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    Leylands and Almonds

    Hi piaf Is John Leyland 1846 son James & Jane Leyland nee Adamson, I believe John's wife Ann died July 1881 buried St Helens Cemetery section 4 grave 348, there daughter Ann Jane Leyland born 1874 married John Henry Warterworth in Wesleyan Chapel Liverpool in 1907. is this what you found on Ancestry?
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    Leylands and Almonds

    Hi Piaf Have you found any more info on John Leyland born 1846 son of James Leyland who married Ann Finnigan 1848 daughter of Thomas Finnigan. I am researching the Leyland family from St Helens
  15. I think one might be called Ellison Square.
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