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Who are we looking in for In Derbyshire?

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Derek

Derek Report 4 Apr 2010 16:31

Sally..not by me.....why..what happened??

Derek

Sally

Sally Report 4 Apr 2010 15:07

hello derek was i aprill fooled ??????
i think i was
sally w

dotski

dotski Report 3 Apr 2010 11:05

Derek
could you help solve a Draycott Derbyshire birth of a Samuel Hooley born circa 1832 father John Hooley and see who the mother is? John Hooley was a Framework Knitter
It would save me a costly trip to Matlock records office,
Very grateful for any info
Dorothy

Derek

Derek Report 1 Apr 2010 08:52

Bossy boots MM Margaret says I've got to put up with it ..so I will...no probs..Happ April Fools Day..

Derek

Madmeg

Madmeg Report 1 Apr 2010 02:05

I don't like to hijack Derek's thread but he'll put up with it.

The Margerisons seem to have made only a brief forray into Derbyshie in the 1800s so Derek is probably relying on the same records as the rest of us (though he does seem to have very large sleeves!).

What sort of shop owned by Listers?

Which Lister? Relative of Catherine I assume.

Lots of Glossop records available, and I have contacts there. But this is perhaps not the right thread. PM me with details.

Margaret

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Rachel

Rachel Report 1 Apr 2010 01:48

Hi Madmeg ...lol ya ...You helped me track them down was hoping Derek might find some parish registers for BMD's on his travels (with his broken ankle) and it was a while ago I asked him so I think you filled in the gaps meantime lol. And all the local info you gave me...by the way do you know if there was a shop in glossop owned by Listers I think they may be Catherine's relatives somehow??
Have not managed to track down many descendants of any of the girls or John William so far :(


Derek I am living proof Catherine didn't die as she is my Gt Grandmother lol.
sorry to be a pain folks....also i am getting severe memory loss as now i have 405 people in my tree and I had about 33 at christmas !!
All Down to help on here !
thanks folks :)

Madmeg

Madmeg Report 1 Apr 2010 00:04

Rachel knows that Catherine Margerison pitched up with John Tierney around 1901, had 4 or 5 kids with him before marrying him after John Margerison died. Yes, Derek, the Dodds and the Towers are right. Sad situation in 1901 with some of the kids in a Workhouse (Oldham, I think), but they seem to have sorted out later. I did suggest to Rachel that she put up a separate thread on the Margerisons, which you could have joined in, but we did most of it via PMs.

My interest was cos I remember my mother (who came from Glossop) talking about the name Margerison in her childhood, but can't for the life of me remember anything else.

Hubby snaffled the malt. You'll have to break the other ankle!

No hatters in my family.

Madmeg

LaGooner

LaGooner Report 31 Mar 2010 22:30

Will be taking up the research on the dreaded 'M' family again soon so we can carry on where we left off. Very fast match tonight and not at all boring.

Derek

Derek Report 31 Mar 2010 22:20

Ha! you remember that we had a very special relationship going in derbyshire?? that` was the best tongue-wagging one!!
Some matych tonight!!

LaGooner

LaGooner Report 31 Mar 2010 22:07

Oh Derek you have started the tongues wagging again you rascal LOL

Derek

Derek Report 30 Mar 2010 10:27

Hi Rachel......ok..you say that Catherine Lister (Margerison) did a runner from her child(ren)..........are you sure??

I foun John W in Woolley Bridge in 1911...living with the Dodds..

I have since found Alice Dodd nee MARGERISON...the same lady as above..because both she and her husband John H came from Kendal in Cumberland...and i have found a whole family of Margerison up there.

So if I've got it right John W is the son of John and catherine???? then John senior is Alice's brother.......but I can't find him yet.
The reason I ask you if you're sure about Catherione's disappearance is that i have also found John W living in 1891 with another aunt and uncle..the TOWER'S..WILLIAM and ELIZABETH...and Elizabeth is ALice's sister!!!

John W was two years old..are you sure that Catherine didn't just die?? like in childboirth. or just after???

Derek

Derek Report 30 Mar 2010 09:30

Rachel.glad i haven't lost my touch..the John W finding was one of my better ideas..glad it ties in..and I have soemthing to go for now.

Thanks for the advicee on broken bones......but i prefer Madmeg's brand of TLC..Malt Whiskey.!! Margaret you're an angel, but as mad as a Hatterr!!

Derek

Madmeg

Madmeg Report 30 Mar 2010 02:08

Rachel, didn't we sort out the Margerison's between us? EEh I forget!

Derek, wot's this about a broken ankle, you never said nuffink about it! I'd have sent you a bottle of malt if I had known.

Now malt is that brown stuff that purports to be called whisky. You're probably not familiar with it.

Love

Margaret

Rachel

Rachel Report 30 Mar 2010 01:55

Hi Derek

Sorry to hear about the ankle sounds agony!

John W is the child of my gt Grandmother Catherine married to John Margerison Woolley Bridge I have managed to get some info from another GR member about Catherine's children :)
Would love to see baptism info etc if its available as further evidence as this is the family she left :(
Thanks Derek

Rachel

Derek

Derek Report 29 Mar 2010 22:12

Rachel..any link you know of with brampton Chesterfield?????

Derek

Sally

Sally Report 29 Mar 2010 18:29

hello derek did not know your ankle was broken hope it,s soon better
sally w

Derek

Derek Report 29 Mar 2010 17:41

Hello Rachel..to be honjest I'm struggling because the hayfield Records i have are very skietchy..and I csan't get to the matlock Records Office with a broken ankle......

However I had a look at the 1911 Census...and found what might be a snippet..even a Margerison!!

JOHN W MARGERISON born Padfield (same area as Hayfield Glossop)..aged 22 living with his Uncle and Aunt at Wooley Bridge in Cheshire....just over the border....

Their names wereJOHN H DODD and ALICE DODD 65 and 64 respectively..married 43 years...........which means that Alice must have been a Margerison with a brother who was John W's Father.......


I'll keep sniffing around!!

Derek

Rachel

Rachel Report 29 Mar 2010 17:15

hi Derek

Any luck finding my Margerisons at all?

:)

Thanks Rachel

Derek

Derek Report 29 Mar 2010 09:47

Thanks both....but things have got very slow..nobody wants me anymore..gushes tears of grief.......

Derek.

Madmeg

Madmeg Report 29 Mar 2010 00:28

Oh, Yeah, Congrats pal.