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From: "Mike Morris" <>
Subject: Re: [CHS] Looking for Thomas Walmsley b. abt 1839
Date: Wed, 4 Jan 2006 21:15:39 -0500
I would suggest you pose this question to the Rootsweb Middleton List.
Heywood and Bury are about 3 to 4 miles from Middleton. This list is quite
Heap is between Bury and Heywood.
St James ran off Bridge street which was part of the main road between Bury
Bond street in Bury was on the south side of the same main road.
These are from my A to Z map book dated around 1970.
I have sent you two copies of these map sections dated from the year 1893
directly to you.
Toronto Canada Ex Manchester and Middleton
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From: "jac & hannah " <>
Sent: Wednesday, January 04, 2006 8:14 PM
Subject: [CHS] Looking for Thomas Walmsley b. abt 1839
> Hi all
> I'm new to all this, my name is Jacqui and I'm from Australia.
> I need some help trying to locate Thomas Walmsley (b abt 1839 - Hinds,
> Hetton) the only information on him was from the 1861 Census
> It states that he was a Lodger at 32 St James Street, Heywood, Heap.
> Along with his wife Ann and children Alexander S and Ann.
> I have traced Ann Walmsley (wife) all the way to 1901 - she is my 2nd
> Grandmother but Thomas only appears on the 1861 Census and Ann doesn't
> become a widow until the 1901 Census - where they lived in 7 Bond Street
> I know that this is my correct ancestors as my grandmother also lived at
> this address until she emigrated to Aust in 1959.
> Any information and assistance will be greatly appreciated.
> Thank you in advance
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