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I've been checking back making sure I've got all the main BMDs and sources for this family and Henderson.

Having trouble with this one 

Burial record of William Critchley born 1793 in Newton, last known address Pilkington Row in1861 with his daughter aged 69.  Alison Bilton's tree gives the date of burial 12 September 1869 in Sutton, possibly a mis-transcribe or perhaps actual date of death because (DAVE) you have a BT record for burial in St Helens 17 September 1869 Wm Critchley  Abode St Helens. age 65... But where was he buried? The burial was done by J J Draper, that's John J Draper who did do a few burials at Rainford All Saints  at that time.

Some Critchley's were buried from there from Prescot and St Helens so that's ok but I can not find the transcribed record in Lan OPC for that same date. 

There is one for that name for All Saints for 10 JUly 1865 age 70 Abode Prescot though which I feel fits better by dates but not  address.....but still where is the grave?

I'm looking for the wife Martha too died before 1841 I suspect this to be her

 

Burial: 26 Feb 1834 St Mary (now St Helen), St Helens, Lancashire, England
Martha Critchley -
    Age: 40
    Abode: Sutton
    Buried by: T. Pigot
    Register: Burials 1813 - 1836 from the Bishop's Transcripts, Page [255], Entry 2034
    Source: LDS Film 1469036

 

 

 

 

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Believe it or not I've only just seen this post (an excuse for a bit of procrastination). I agree that the death record for your William that appears in my tree looks a bit off. And I don't remember if I came to that conclusion myself or if I just went with a consensus - where lots of people have the same date. If that date is right then he would have really been 76 when he died and not only 65 (as on the record).  1834 would seem to be right for Martha (Pusill). No idea where they were buried. 

With that I thought that I'd look at your mum's tree, which you shared, and it doesn't have your dad's side with the Critchleys, et al, but I noticed that she has Ann Fillingham of 1819 who married Thomas Cunliffe. She's my so-called '3rd great grand aunt', a younger sister of my 3rd great grandfather William Fillingham. They were children of Anthony Fillingham and Ann Hill. So we'd be related twice and now you've given me an excuse to work down to your mother (as well as your dad).

Yep - your mum is my 4th cousin 1 x removed, which makes us 5th cousin on your mum's side and 5th cousin 1 x removed on your dad's.

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They're not on my tree so must be too far removed from my lot.

OO! nice list, must try that, although most of mine were miners or glassmen so stayed here, only a few young ones went, usually brothers, not many dead

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And another one 3C2R - John Joseph Critchley. Oh - and his brother Peter

I'm starting to think that most of the St Helens Critchleys are descended from Henry Crouchley.


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Another. This Joseph Critchley shows as being my 2C3R, but that's 'half' because he's descending from Henry Crouchley's second wife Mary Pusill.

34 to date

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That John Joseph Critchley 1888-1918 (above) - I've just noticed that I'm related to his mother Mary Webster via the Middlehursts as well. It's a long way where she is at 6C1R, but it's interesting.

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A weird thing happened the other day, my nephew messaged me asking about our Bebbington family so I gave him access to the Ancestry tree so he could get at the info, but when I went to set that up I noticed an email from rootschat from one of the Bebbington lines giving me his info and asking for mine. Someone is trying to tell me something I thought. So I'm currently logging that family in my FTM.

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