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Elizabeth Greenall born c1803 Parr Lancashire.

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wellybobs Report 18 May 2011 23:02

Hi Lynne,
thanks for your reply, I did'nt think of doing that but I will give it a go.
cheers M


Lynski Report 18 May 2011 22:59

Have you tried Search Trees on this site?

There are 3 other members who have Elizabeth Greenall 1803 (+/- 5 years) born in Parr.

You could contact them to see if you have a connection and if they have any further information?


wellybobs Report 18 May 2011 16:37

Hi all,
Please can someone help as I am well and truly stuck. :-)
What i know so far - Married John Bradbury 23/11/1823 St, Mary the Virgin Prescot Lancashire.
John Bradbury Labourer - Elizabeth Greenall spinster.
Witnesses Sarah dickson and Charles Dagnall Source LDS film 1482456.
present on 1841/51/61 census with John and children and her sister Margaret Greenall.
Struggling to find her father and mother
Found an Elizabeth Greenall baptized 1804 to Peter Greenall and Lydia but then found her married to a Peter Marsh in 1828 on a "submission" on LDS
so that probably rules that one out.
Found one born 1800 to William Greenall and Sarah but its difficult to substantiate the connection.
Any help will be much appreciated cos I don't know where to look next.
Thanks. M.