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|Catherine from Manchester||Report||12 May 2003 17:18|
I have just received 3 birth cert that are all unfortunately wrong, if any info rings a bell with anyone I would be happy to let them go for £5 each, even though I paid £8.50 at Southport office. 1) Catherine Taylor b. 27/02/1870 to John Taylor and Elizabeth Taylor (nee Lyle or Tyle) Lived at 22 Worthington Court, Manchester. Registered at Sub District Ancoats. 2) William Brown b. 24/03/1869 to George Brown and Margaret Brown (Nee Woodcock) Lived at 14 Lever Street, Manchester.Sub District of Newton. 3)William Brown b.17/12/1894 to Frederick George Brown and Maria Brown (Nee Hake) Lived at 15 Alton Street, Manchester Sub District of St George. Hope this helps someone.