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201 8d page 401 (Oldham) aged 68, a tea dealer. Informant was Alfred Ward, son-in-law, present at the death. Amos HALL
 
202 Blackley was originally owned by the Byron family, ancestors of the colourful romantic 19th century poet, Lord Byron. Linen weaving had been a cottage industry since the 16th century when French immigrants escaping religious persecution had settled in the area. Heaton Mills were built for the dyeing and printing of textiles close to the remains of a weir built to supply a water driven corn mill near Hollow Lane; and a print works was built around 1816 on the former site of Blackley Hall on Valentines Brow near Rochdale Road's junction with Middleton Road. The Hall was said to be haunted by the ghost of a murdered housekeeper and her little black dog and the print works never prospered. However, like Crumpsall, Blackley escaped the worst excesses of Cottonopolis until the early years of the 20th century when the demand for housing led to a gradual build up of suburbanisation. Blackley boasts a unique souvenir of Cottonopolis because the faƧade of Manchester's first Town Hall (which stood on King Street and was demolished in 1912) stands in the grounds of Heaton Hall on the edge of Blackley. Amos HALL
 
203 Info. on IGI by Charles David CROMPTON 211 BoodecroftStockbridge Village, Liverpool, Merseyside, L28 4EL, British Isles James HALL
 
204 Derek Smith emailed Brian 9 May 2010 re his grandmother Isobel (Haworth) Nuttal who died 1988. Promises photos etc . Isobel HAWORTH
 
205 William Entwistle was married from 2 Dandy Row on 2 Sep 1896. This was the home of his Aunt Betty - his father's sister. His father, Joseph, had died on 11 Jun 1894. Andrew HEAP
 
206 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1832 Date of Registration: Jan-Feb-Mar 1900 Age at Death: 68 Registration district: Blackburn Inferred County: Lancashire Volume: 8e Page: 402 Sarah HOLDEN
 
207 plot A225 Anne, wife of Samuel Holme
 
208 plot A225 Ellen HOLME
 
209 plot A225 Samuel HOLME
 
210 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
211 Possible death? Burial just a few days after son James' christening at Turton. Ellen HORROCKS
 
212 Text: 30 Jun 1811 Ellen Entwisle, Darwen. Book: Burials at Turton Chappel. (Burial) Collection: Lancashire: Turton & Hambleton - Parish Registers of Turton 1720-1812, and Hambleton 1695-1812 Ellen HORROCKS
 
213 Thomas, was born 1 May 1782 in Coventry.
Thomas was initially enrolled as a watchmaker's apprentice on 26 Mar 1796 to James Patterson of Coventry and secondly to Thomas Egginton on 12 April 1799 in Coventry.
He was admiited as a Freeman of Coventry on 30 Aug 1803 but by this time, he had moved to Nottingham.
Thomas married Elizabeth Bardwell (probably a relative of Mary Bardwell ?) on 19 Mar 1805 in St Peter's Cathedral, Sheffield.
Honor Bardwell Horsfall was their first child, baptised 22 Feb 1806 in Derby; their second child, Mary Gaskill Horsfall, baptised 27 Nov 1807 in Hyde in Lancashire; their third child , Thomas Bardwell Horsfall, baptised 16 Jan 1811 in Shoreditch, London. 
Thomas HORSFALL
 
214 Elizabeth Jones was the informant. Mary Ann Hough
 
215 section 1 grave 1101 Mary Ann Hough
 
216 Left £10 in will of Ellen Robertson (1916). Edith HUGHES
 
217 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
218 Left £10 in will of Ellen Robertson (1916). Mabel HUGHES
 
219 Earnsdale Farm and yard today http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=89d95b68-10a1-4ddd-ac66-7131d295c61d&tid=4166381&pid=-1644114348 The Trial of William Garner - Death of a Farmer's Wife 1887 http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=document&guid=6cafe83b-ef41-4628-a8ae-3562bcf03e9e&tid=4166381&pid=-1644114348 Margaret JACKSON
 
220 Either Herbert or John was station master at Cleehills, Ludlow and had a daughter, Daisy Thomas Herbert JONES
 
221 John Brown and Sarah Linacre
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=ce7ed25c-fd69-4a47-a62b-a4d0ecd612d0&tid=6779089&pid=-1227310531 
Sarah Linacre
 
222 Sarah Brown (nee Linacre)
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=4817151c-3ea2-43b8-956e-92869e7cf654&tid=6779089&pid=-1227310531 
Sarah Linacre
 
223 Could he come from
Portadown Armagh, Ireland - Rick Kern's tree 
Bernard MAGINNES
 
224 vol 20 p332 - possibly our Bernard? Bernard MAGINNES
 
225 Married twice. First husband beat her, then died. She remarried but died after about 5 years. Catherine MAGINNES
 
226 Ellen possessed a will with a coat of arms on it (Nelson family?). This will had money left to her father (John). He was unable to draw on it because of a legal technicality. Ellen MAGINNES
 
227 Ann Robinson's cousin was robbed and murdered in Ireland. He had taken money to buy cattle. He was said to be one of the men in the miniature paintings we have. John MAGINNES
 
228 letter came to his mother John MAGINNES
 
229 Witness: Ann Maginnes, widow (her mark) John MAGINNES
 
230 Date: 26 March 1846 Place: District County Lunatic Asylum at Lancaster Address: Lancaster Moor Hospital (now Standen Park), Lancaster, Lancashire Source: [S153] Case book HRL/1/14
Note: 'Admitted this day from Entwisle. 30 years of age. Married and has 5 children. Handloom weaver. Can read imperfectly. Church of England religion. Temperament problematic. Duration 6 months. First attack. Frame good. Has a strumous look.(my note:possibly means abnormal swelling of the thyroid gland).Has frequently a falling down of the womb. Head small. Low forehead. Mental condition: restless impatient. Senses: eyes irritable to light. Visage: cheerful. Chest: natural............. Appetite good. Sleeps well, dreams much. Catamenia have appeared since admission. Has been twice to the Bolton Workhouse during the last six months.
Date: 19 June 1846 Place: District County Lunatic Asylum at Lancaster Address: Lancaster Moor Hospital (now Standen Park), Lancaster, Lancashire Source: [S153] Case book HRL/1/14
Note: No decided amendment since admission. Not disposed to talk often. Complains of being separated from the family. Supposes that everything she does is right. Is kept occupied in the laundry.
Date: 29 July 1846 Place: District County Lunatic Asylum at Lancaster Address: Lancaster Moor Hospital (now Standen Park), Lancaster, Lancashire Source: [S153] Case book HRL/1/14
Note: 'Has lately been worse in mind since seeing her husband. Was agitated and talkative for 3 or 4 days. Is now settled but converses very strangely at times. The catamenia have been absent for some time.'
Date: 29 December 1846 Place: District County Lunatic Asylum at Lancaster Address: Lancaster Moor Hospital (now Standen Park), Lancaster, Lancashire Source: [S153] Case book HRL/1/14
Note: 'Has lately had an attack of excitement when she was flushed and talkative. Took purges. Is at present quiet.'
Date: 20 January 1847 Place: District County Lunatic Asylum at Lancaster Address: Lancaster Moor Hospital (now Standen Park), Lancaster, Lancashire Source: [S153] Case book HRL/1/14
Note: 'Calomel quii...' (my note: A colorless, white or brown tasteless compound, Hg2Cl2, used as a purgative and insecticide. Also called mercurous chloride.)
Date: 23 March 1847 Place: District County Lunatic Asylum at Lancaster Address: Lancaster Moor Hospital (now Standen Park), Lancaster, Lancashire Source: [S153] Case book HRL/1/14
Note: 'Calomel/opium ... at night.'
Date: 16 April 1847 Place: District County Lunatic Asylum at Lancaster Address: Lancaster Moor Hospital (now Standen Park), Lancaster, Lancashire Source: [S153] Case book HRL/1/14
Note: 'Dilution of morpine ...'
Date: 23 November 1847 Place: District County Lunatic Asylum at Lancaster Address: Lancaster Moor Hospital (now Standen Park), Lancaster, Lancashire Source: [S153] Case book HRL/1/14
Note: 'Has frequent attacks of excitement when she talks much. The face flushes and the eyes glisten. Takes morphine at the night ?porter? and exercises out of doors.'
Date: 12 August 1848 Place: District County Lunatic Asylum at Lancaster Address: Lancaster Moor Hospital (now Standen Park), Lancaster, Lancashire Source: [S153] Case book HRL/1/14
Note: 'The attacks of excitement have been more frequent of late, continuing for several days when she required seclusion. Takes morphine when needed, also malt liquor. During the intervals is quiet and willing to assist in sewing.'
Date: 31 October 1850 Place: District County Lunatic Asylum at Lancaster Address: Lancaster Moor Hospital (now Standen Park), Lancaster, Lancashire Source: [S153] Case book HRL/1/14
Note: 'The paroxysms of excitement have continued to be frequent averaging in a month or 6 weeks at which time she requires seclusion being noisy and violent. It has been noticed that these attacks coincide more or less regularly with her menstrual periods. Is at all times flighty in conversation and almost immediately becoming incoherent.. Often talks about her family. Has delusions, rather ill-defined. Is in tolerable good health. Is useful in assisting in the Gallery but at all times irritable and liable to sudden impulses of violence from slight causes.'
Date: 11 January 1851 Place: District County Lunatic Asylum at Lancaster Address: Lancaster Moor Hospital (now Standen Park), Lancaster, Lancashire Source: [S153] Case book HRL/1/14
Note: Again noisy and much excited, requiring seclusion. Has taken Tr Hyoseya... 3i (my note: possibly Hyoscyamus niger) three times a day with advantage.'
Date: 15 February 1851 Place: District County Lunatic Asylum at Lancaster Address: Lancaster Moor Hospital (now Standen Park), Lancaster, Lancashire Source: [S153] Case book HRL/1/14
Note: Whilst excited broke several panes of glass. Attacks of excitement more frequent of late.'
Date: 22 February 1851 Place: District County Lunatic Asylum at Lancaster Address: Lancaster Moor Hospital (now Standen Park), Lancaster, Lancashire Source: [S153] Case book HRL/1/14
Note: 'Upon the whole improved. Is taking iron in combination with H........'(?)
Census Date: 1851 Place: District County Lunatic Asylum, Lancaster, Lancashire Address: Lancaster Moor Hospital (now Standen Park), Lancaster, Lancashire
Note: In 1851 Ann was not at home at the time of the census. There was, however, an Ann Entwistle who was a patient at the District County Lunatic Asylum at Lancaster. This Ann was 34, married, a hand loom weaver, born in Bolton, Lancashire
Date: 16 August 1851 Place: District County Lunatic Asylum at Lancaster Address: Lancaster Moor Hospital (now Standen Park), Lancaster, Lancashire Source: [S153] Case book HRL/1/14
Note: 'Attacks of excitement are frequent when she is in seclusion takes henbane.' (my note: What It Is; Why It Works Henbane contains hyoscyamine, the active ingredient in certain prescription drugs for spasms and cramps, including Cytospaz and Urised. Henbane fights cramps by relaxing the smooth muscles that line the internal organs, especially those in the digestive tract. It also relieves muscle tremors and has a calming effect. Henbane has been known for its wine-like sedative properties since the time of the ancient Greeks. Mentioned by Shakespeare, Marlowe, Gower, and Spenser, it is also one of the best known herbs in English literature.)
Date: 20 December 1851 Place: District County Lunatic Asylum at Lancaster Address: Lancaster Moor Hospital (now Standen Park), Lancaster, Lancashire Source: [S153] Case book HRL/1/14 Note: 'Is slowly recovering. Has not regained her usual looks.' Date: 14 February 1852 Place: District County Lunatic Asylum at Lancaster Address: Lancaster Moor Hospital (now Standen Park), Lancaster, Lancashire Source: [S153] Case book HRL/1/14
Note: 'Again excited, in seclusion, loud in conversation.' Date: 1 May 1852 Place: District County Lunatic Asylum at Lancaster Address: Lancaster Moor Hospital (now Standen Park), Lancaster, Lancashire Source: [S153] Case book HRL/1/14
Note: 'Has had another attack of excitement, face also swelled from toothache. Is now better again.' Date: 6 July 1852 Place: District County Lunatic Asylum at Lancaster Address: Lancaster Moor Hospital (nowStanden Park), Lancaster, Lancashire Source: [S153] Case book HRL/1/14
Note: 'No improvement. Removed by her husband by permission of magistrates but in opposition to the opinion of the Superintendant.' 
Ann MARSDEN
 
231 Could be 1851 but age on gravestone would be wrong then. Esther MARSDEN
 
232 Scrapbook from Darwen Library old directory 1854? Henry MARSDEN
 
233 Possibly buried in Edgworth Congregational churchyard William MARSDEN
 
234 He built 55 Kerr Street, Bridgeton Glasgow (bef 1856) John MARSHALL
 
235 Cause - cardiac failure. Joseph MATKIN
 
236 section CE 17 private grave 1094 (no headstone) Joseph MATKIN
 
237 Cause - meningitis Joseph Hugh MATKIN
 
238 section CE 17 private grave 1094 (no headstone) Joseph Hugh MATKIN
 
239 section Gen2 private grave 57 Elizabeth McCLOY
 
240 West Derby 8b 368 Q1 1900 Elizabeth McCLOY
 
241 4.30 am after 6 days of convulsions - Death Registration, 10th December
from Deaths in the District of Andersten in the Burgh of Glasgow 
William McClue
 
242 Used to send a box of apples each Christmas to the family in Liverpool.
Her aunt Bella's grandchildren remember 'Aunt Jeanie and Uncle Cecil' visiting Liverpool in about 1950 and holding a family party at Reece's cafe. 
Jeanie Evelyn McMURRAY
 
243 Presumably named after her mother's sister, Janet (or Jeanette), who died in Liverpool in March 1889. Jennet McMURRAY
 
244 Note: he is named Allan after his grandfather Wylie. Samuel Allan McMURRAY
 
245 He was an engineer - AMICE - and was a director of St Mirren Football Club until his death. Hugh Vallance McNAUGHTON
 
246 John McNaughton was an engineer. In 1879 he was Superintendent of the Paisley Fire Engine. John McNAUGHTON
 
247 Witnesses were Robert Entwistle and Jane Ann Mercer Elizabeth MERCER
 
248 section Gen2 Allan Wylie MILTON
 
249 section Gen2, Allan Wylie MILTON
 
250 West Derby 8b 408 Q4 1875 Allan Wylie MILTON
 

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