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From: leanne nally <>
Subject: [LAN] P. Ainsworth Esq. Halliwell, Bolton
Date: Thu, 1 Aug 2002 23:58:22 +0100 (BST)
Could anyone tell me what P. Ainsworth Esq. was at
Halliwell, Bolton in the 1800's. I presume it was
either a mill or a pit.
I am trying to trace a Roger Walsh and sks has sent me
an entry from a Bolton directory 1849 which has a
Roger Walsh at Clough Cottage, Halliwell. He is
described as an accountant who worked for Ainsworth's.
I don't think it it the same one because in 1868
Roger is described as a carter in a cert. But the
time and place are perfect. Is it too far fetched for
an accountant to become a carter in later life? Or
was the description in the directory far fetched, as
they were known to bend the truth at times?
Any input would be appreciated, as I have hit a brick
wall with Roger!
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