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Great Photos. I have seen the name Moses Phythian but cannot connect them to the family of my Aaron Phythian of Parr whose nephew - another Aaron Phythian - married into the Forshaw family of Cooper Lane

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​Have only recently resolved this. Aaron was a journeyman blacksmith when he lived in Cheshire as a boarder. He died in 1863 aged 26 at home with his father James in attendance. He had a liver disease and pneumonia. I thought I would never find him. Thankyou all for the posts

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On 16/10/2007 at 12:35, Phizz said:

They came to St Helens from Liverpool between 1841 and 1851 and I have lost the eldest son Aaron born 1837. Has anyone got Phythian's in their tree?


If I’m correct, Aaron Phythian (born 1837) is the brother of my GG grandfather, Stephen Pythian (born 1855).

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