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2. A Boiler Maker/Saylor Find all individuals with events at this location
3. a boot and shoe maker./St Pa (1)
4. a porter at this station in the same year was only earning 17/- weekly./Dunham on the Hill Station (1)
5. a Roller/Registry Office Wrexham (1)
6. a scullery and an outside toil (1)
7. accountant's clerk/ Find all individuals with events at this location
8. Ada Tatter (1)
9. Administration of the Personal Estate of John Waddicor late of 39 Springfield Street Over Darwen in the County of Lancaster Firebeater a Widower who died 14 August 1883 at Over Darwen was granted at Lancaster under the usual Limitations to William Find all individuals with events at this location
10. Age: 44 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1781 Parish or Poor Law Union: Saint Marylebone Borough: Westminster Register Type: Parish Register Find all individuals with events at this location
11. aged 2 years 3 months/DARWEN Lancashire England Find all individuals with events at this location
12. aged 26 a cotton spinning master. Mother Elizabeth Entwistle(Formerly Baugh.) aged 27 born in Glasgow/30 Chester Street Blackburn (1)
13. aged 47/Blackley lancashire (1)
14. agricultural labourer/ Find all individuals with events at this location
15. Aigburth (1)
16. Alabama Find all individuals with events at this location
17. Alice (12) and his grandson Thomas P. (3 months)./33 Essex Stree (1)
18. Alice (24) and adopted son John Albert Walkden (15). Next entry on census was Brookside Farm - Joseph and Sarah Entwistle. Thomas later married their daughter Mary (my grandfather's twin sister)./Over D (1)
19. Alice 1851 mother's maiden name (1)
20. amateur poet/ Find all individuals with events at this location
   21. Amos (14) and daughter Mary Jane (11) still at Penny Shore. Son Edmund (32) had moved back with his family to farm nearby at Top o' Meadow. Ann was described on the census as 'imbecile'./Penny (1)
22. Amos (14) and daughter Mary Jane (11). Their son Edmund (32) had moved back with his family to farm nearby at Top o' Meadow. Ann was described on the census as 'imbecile (1)
23. and daughters Elizabeth (20) and Esther (14) were living with him and working as cotton weavers./Royal Oak Inn (1)
24. and Esther (12). Amos and James were labourers to a calico printer and Alice was a silk winder.Sister Mary was not present for the census./ (1)
25. and his children Martha J (9) and Albert (6)./356 Ainsworth (1)
26. and in machinemaking establishm (1)
27. and Jane Woodhead (4) (b. Ty (1)
28. and mark of Ann (1)
29. and Martha Weaver/ (1)
30. and Rose (1)./Top o'Meadow Farm (1)
31. and Rose (1)./Top o'th Meadow Fa (1)
32. and Rose (11)./Top o'Meadow Farm E (1)
33. and Rose (11)./Top o'th Meadow Far (1)
34. and since that time has been rapidly failing./207 Des Moines St (1)
35. and unmarried brother George (29). Both James (1)
36. and Vermont (2)
37. Andrew (10) and Ralph (8). Married but no wife listed on this census.He was a labourer - all 4 children were recorded as hand loom weavers of silk./Penny Shor (1)
38. Andrew (2) and William (1)
39. Andrew (2) and William ( (1)
40. Andrew (2) and William (7 months)./Drummer (1)
   41. Andrew was described as a master clogger working for himself at home. The family now occupied both 2 and 4 Dandy Row. Catherine and Isabella were still living at home and working as cotton weavers. Edmund (16) was a clogger's assistant./2/4 Dandy R Find all individuals with events at this location
42. Ann (5) and (1)
43. Ann was admitted to the asylum after 6 months of mania. Had 2 stays at Bolton Workhouse during that 6 months (26 Feb-11 Mar and again towards the end of March. She was discharged from the Workhouse officially to the asylum on 7 April./District Cou Find all individuals with events at this location
44. Annie (3) and William Henry (1). They had been married for 19 years and had had 8 children by then. 2 children had died./6 (1)
45. apparently a POW for some of the time./ (1)
46. apprentice joiner/ Find all individuals with events at this location
47. apprentice milliner/ Find all individuals with events at this location
48. Area D (2)
49. arriving New York 25 May 1848./USA (1)
50. as they had emigrated while he was a very yo (1)
51. as were Isaac and (1)
52. as were Isaac and Margaret/Rea (1)
53. Askam Lancashire Find all individuals with events at this location
54. asked for assistance. Not located. Unidentified wreckage found 27 Oct./At se (1)
55. Atcham Find all individuals with events at this location
56. Atcham District Shropshire Find all individuals with events at this location
57. Attested to join Canadian forces/ Find all individuals with events at this location
58. Austalia (1)
59. Australia (52) Find all individuals with events at this location
60. Australia and New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location