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Andrew Entwisle 1911-1.jpg
Andrew Entwisle 1911-1.jpg
 
 
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Andrew Heap 1851
Andrew Heap 1851
Andrew was living at Brocklehead Farm, Eccleshill with his parents Michael and Sarah Heap (both 49), his brothers Edmund (15 and a wheelwright's apprentice), John (7 and an at home errand boy) and sisters Sarah (4) and Elizabeth (2). 
 
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Andrew Heap 1861
Andrew Heap 1861
Betty was married to Andrew, with children Sarah (1) and Michael (1 month), and living at Furthergate in Blackburn, where he was working as a clogger. 
 
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Andrew Heap 1871
Andrew Heap 1871
By 1871 the family was still at 9 Furthergate, Blackburn and Andrew was a shoemaker as well as clogger. Children by then were Sarah (11), Alice Ann (8), Andrew (5), and Elizabeth (3). 
 
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Andrew Heap 1881
Andrew Heap 1881
In 1881 Andrew had returned with his family to Eccleshill as the innkeeper at Handel's Arms (old or new?) Alice (18) and Andrew (15) were working as cotton weavers. Other members of the family were Elizabeth (13), Catherine (9), John (7), Ann (5) and Mary (2).
Andrew built the 'new' houses on Dandy Row (numbers 18,22,24,26) and lived in number 18 before moving to number 2, working as a clog bottom maker and storing timber in the adjoining 'lamp oil shed'. Numbers 2-6 were probably renovated at about the same time. Number 2 still has (inside the new porch) the lintel from the old Handels Arms (it names the innkeeper and potter from the 1850's, Ormerod Holden). 
 
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Andrew Heap 1891
Andrew Heap 1891
By 1891 the family had moved to 2 Dandy Row (numbers 4 & 6 were empty at this time). Andrew was working as a self-employed clogger and Andrew junior (25), Catherine (19), John (17), Ann (15) and Isabella (12) were working as cotton weavers. The youngest child, Edmund, was recorded as a scholar.Elizabeth (23) was married and living with her husband at 22 Dandy Row, Eccleshill, Lancashire. This was one of the 4 houses built by her father. 
 
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Andrew Heap 1901 census
Andrew Heap 1901 census
 
 
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Andrew Heap baptism 1840
Andrew Heap baptism 1840
 
 
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Andrew Heap burial 1907
Andrew Heap burial 1907
 
 
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Andrew Heap probate 1907
Andrew Heap probate 1907
 
 
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Andrew Mitchell Robertson Death1837
Andrew Mitchell Robertson Death1837
 
 
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Andrew Robertson Sophia Elder marriage 1779 St Ninian's
Andrew Robertson Sophia Elder marriage 1779 St Ninian's
 
 
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Andrew Ure Elizabeth Reynolds M 1896
Andrew Ure Elizabeth Reynolds M 1896
3 Kirby Place, Liverpool. 
 
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Ann Entwisle case notes
Ann Entwisle case notes
Case notes from Ann's stay at the District County Lunatic Asylum, Lancaster, Lancashire between 1846 and 1852. 
 
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Ann Entwisle case notes.jpg
Ann Entwisle case notes.jpg
 
 
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Ann Maginness 1871 census.jpg
Ann Maginness 1871 census.jpg
 
 
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Ann Maginness 1881 census.jpg
Ann Maginness 1881 census.jpg
 
 
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Ann Maginness 1901 census
Ann Maginness 1901 census
59 ,Howe Street, Everton, Liverpool,Lancashire 
 
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Ann Robinson 1841 census
Ann Robinson 1841 census
William (50) and Catherine (50) were living in Elgin Street, Liverpool with their children Richard (25), a porter, Ann (15), Margaret (12), Mary (3) and Edwin (1) 
 
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Annals of Polk County Iowa  and city of Des Moines.jpg
Annals of Polk County Iowa and city of Des Moines.jpg
 
 
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Arkwright& Entwisle M.1898
Arkwright& Entwisle M.1898
 
 
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Ash Milton M1898
Ash Milton M1898
St Cuthbert's Church, Robson Street, Everton, Liverpool.
Married from 89 Towson St (between Robson St and Walton Breck Road - same address as her bridegroom. Also same address as Alan Wylie Milton, her brother, married from there in 1897 and then again in 1903.
Witnesses: Allan Wylie Milton and Elizabeth Mitchell Ferguson Thomas West Derby 8b 934 Q4 1894 
 
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Ash Milton M1898.jpg
Ash Milton M1898.jpg
 
 
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Assault with intent to ravish  Assizes 1842
Assault with intent to ravish Assizes 1842
 
 
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Awarded Distinguished Flying Cross (DFC)
Awarded Distinguished Flying Cross (DFC)
 
 
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Baptisms of Montague Hollingham Robertson and Charlotte Hollingham Robertson 1878
Baptisms of Montague Hollingham Robertson and Charlotte Hollingham Robertson 1878
at St James, Saint Pancras, Camden, London 
 
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Barbara Mawer obituary-1.pdf
Barbara Mawer obituary-1.pdf
 
 
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battle fronts
battle fronts
 
 
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Bernard Maginess poss.1841 census.jpg
Bernard Maginess poss.1841 census.jpg
 
 
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Bertha Starkie B1909
Bertha Starkie B1909
15 Jun 1909
40, Plantation Street,, Accrington, Lancashire 
 
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Betsey Cowen 1841 census.jpg
Betsey Cowen 1841 census.jpg
 
 
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Betsy Cowen 1871
Betsy Cowen 1871
48, Nursery Street, ,Liverpool, Lancashire,England
Betsy, a widow of 62, is recorded as living with her son James, his wife, son and daughter. 
 
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Betsy Cowen D1880.jpg
Betsy Cowen D1880.jpg
 
 
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Betty Entwistle baptism 1864
Betty Entwistle baptism 1864
 
 
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Bill & Doris Entwisle M1931
Bill & Doris Entwisle M1931
St George's Church,Darwen, Lancashire, England
Witnesses were Doris's brother Norman and William's sister Annie. 
 
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Bill & Margaret Entwistle M1896
Bill & Margaret Entwistle M1896
Independent Meeting House,Belgrave Square ,, Darwen, Lancashire, England
William's address was 2 Dandy Row, Darwen. Margaret's address was 6 Preston Street, Darwen.
Witnesses were Isaac Garner and Nancy Clegg. Isaac was Margaret's older brother. He and Nancy married during the same quarter of 1896. 
 
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Birthday postcard to Emily from Willie - Oct 1917.jpg
Birthday postcard to Emily from Willie - Oct 1917.jpg
 
 
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Birthday postcard to Emily from Willie - Oct 1917back.jpg
Birthday postcard to Emily from Willie - Oct 1917back.jpg
 
 
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Births index.jpg
Births index.jpg
 
 
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Blackadder & Smith marriage 1878
Blackadder & Smith marriage 1878
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Bombay Mar '72 Virago
Bombay Mar '72 Virago
"The iron lighter No. 808---13, with 130 packages of cargo from the Virago (s), from London, .... and sank during the night of 10th mar., alongside the Custom's wharf, owing to a large stone having pierced her bottom; nearly all the cargo on board was very badly damaged." 
 
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Bretherton census 1911
Bretherton census 1911
 
 
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Brilliant
Brilliant
Albert was a seaman on HMS Brilliant 1894 
 
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Brilliant Postcard Back.jpg
Brilliant Postcard Back.jpg
 
 
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Brilliant.jpg
Brilliant.jpg
 
 
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British Army WWI Pension Records 1
British Army WWI Pension Records 1
 
 
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British Army WWI Pension Records 1914-1920 10
British Army WWI Pension Records 1914-1920 10
 
 
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British Army WWI Pension Records 1914-1920 11
British Army WWI Pension Records 1914-1920 11
 
 
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British Army WWI Pension Records 1914-1920 12
British Army WWI Pension Records 1914-1920 12
 
 

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