|Chris Brammer (#46887971)|
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I have researched my family history since the age of fourteen. A British subject, I am delighted to have found cousins in other countries all over the world. It is an honour to be able to commemorate some of my relatives on this excellent website.|
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|Peter Whitehead||Elizabeth Farrow|
If you didn't know Elizabeth Farrow b. 1904 became a Deacon and died in the March quarter of 2004
|Peter Whitehead||Elizabeth Farrow|
It was Samuel George and Annie's granddaughter , Elizabeth Farrow, who lived to 100.
Elizabeth Williams, daughter of Samuel George and Annie Williams lived until she was 24 yrs of age and is also buried at St. Cross, Clayton, Manchester.
Sorry Chris I got a touch in front of myself,
|Peter Whitehead||Samuel George & Annie Williams|
I have found Samuel George Williams and Annie.
Found the marriage etc etc. Samuel George and Annie Williams are buried at St. Cross, Clayton. Elizabeth, daughter of Samuel George and Annie lived to the fabulous age of 100. I found all this out just the other week. I have added Samuel George and Annie on her...see their entry.
All the best Chris,
P.S. Annie married under the name of Hannah in 1874
|Peter Whitehead||John Whitehead b.1866|
I don't know if you know that John Whitehead, b.1866, Bradford, Manchester was a police officer? Albeit briefly.
I found this out via the 'Policemen In Manchester, An Index to Officers Enrolled in Manchester's Police 1858-1918' CD.
John Whitehead (my great grand uncle) enrolled in the police force on the 15th August, 1887.
I'm now waiting on further details from the Greater Manchester Police Museum.
All the best and kind regards,
|Peter Whitehead||John Whitehead|
I have been on the Manchester City Council website
and I see the entry/burial you have for our 3 + great grandfather John Whitehead is not, in actual fact, our 3 + great grandfather.
The burial entery (I 1674) is an 'infant' child (John Whitehead) and one yr of age.
Obviously you've not taken a look at this burial entry as I have.
It amazes me how many records I have looked at that have been wrong and misleading.
|Peter Whitehead||RE: John Whitehead b.1805 d1875|
Could you tell me more about John Whitehead's death please?
I have a death certificate for him, which was recorded in Manchester in 1874. John died at Redbank, Manchester.
The person who recorded his death was a Rebecca Whitehead.
I always thought this John Whitehead was not my 3 times great grandfather because I don't have a Rebecca Whitehead in my family history.
I've noticed you have John Whitehead recorded as being born in 1805 and buried on the 30th December, 1875 - Philips Park Cemetery.
Hope you can tell me more, it would be much appreciated.
|Peter Whitehead||RE: Grave photos|
Wow Chris!! I've personally found many Whiteheads buried at Philip's Park Cemetery, but not as many as you.
Nice to hear from you cousin. I've gone back with my Whitehead's and been surprised my parents followed my ancestors and had a large family also. My mum and dad had ten children (5 of each) and i'm their 9th born...fab!!
I'm just adding Margaret Ellen Haslam (nee Whitehead) who was born in Radcliffe and was also buried in Radcliffe. I have pictures of her and her husband's grave..Arthur Haslam.
Do keep in touch and feel free to ask me questions relating to our family.
All the best,
Peter (Radcliffe, Manchester)
|Peter Whitehead||Grave photos|
Hi Chris & and any Whitehead's who might be reading this,
Chris, I have added some grave pictures, which relate to the following persons:
My great great grandparents Thomas & Jane Whitehead.
Their daughter Elizabeth Roberts (nee Whitehead) - My great great aunt.
My great grandparents James & Jane Whitehead.
Their son Walter Whitehead (my great uncle).
I just thought you might be interested.
All the very best,
Peter Whitehead (Radcliffe, Manchester).
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