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Hi, I'd be interested to hear from anyone with links to the names Roughley and McNamee, both from (I think) the Clock Face area.


On the Roughley side: George Roughley born around 1862, who married Elizabeth (no maiden name yet) born around 1867.


On the McNamee side: Peter McNamee born around 1862, who married Elizabeth Webster born around 1867.


I've also got connections to Jimmy Robinson who played RL for St. Helens amongst others, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Robinson_(rugby_league), Lily Rutter and Martha O'Neil.



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One of my pals at Nutgrove Infants School, and later the Junior School, was Ronnie Roughley. He lived in Grange Park Road, and was around the same age as me (born 1942). He and his family lived at, or next to a barber's shop on the left hand side coming from Toll Bar. Good luck with your search.

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Hi John

My 2nd great grandmother is Mary Roughley - born ~1836 in Rainford (I think!).

Her parents were Peter born ~1810 and Mary (possibly originally Marland but hard to confirm this or birthdate)

Mary married John Ashcroft and their daughter Charlotte Ann married my great grandfather Peter Barton..

if any of this helps or you can confirm any of this it would be good to hear.

Stephen Barton


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