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Radcliffe marriages [continued] [no author] includes a section of marriages 1801-1837 giving marriage date, groom's name, occupation, and bride's name. Article covers the years 1557-1837 in the parish of Radcliffe, Lancashire. Article in ''The Manchester Genealogist v. 12 #3 July 1976'' pgs 62-65<ref name="v. 12 #3">The Manchester Genealogist. v. 12 #3 July 1976{{FHL|1221900|item|disp=FHL book 942.72 B2mg}}</ref>  
 
Radcliffe marriages [continued] [no author] includes a section of marriages 1801-1837 giving marriage date, groom's name, occupation, and bride's name. Article covers the years 1557-1837 in the parish of Radcliffe, Lancashire. Article in ''The Manchester Genealogist v. 12 #3 July 1976'' pgs 62-65<ref name="v. 12 #3">The Manchester Genealogist. v. 12 #3 July 1976{{FHL|1221900|item|disp=FHL book 942.72 B2mg}}</ref>  
  
The Matthew Brown reunion [no author] a description of a family reunion of descendants of Matthew Brown and his two wives Sarah Wild and Sarah Swift. Matthew was born to William Brown and Hannah Hall on 21 April 1782. William and Hannah were married 27 September 1768 at the Manchester Collegiate Church. Article covers the years 1768-1904 in the parishes of Oldham, and Manchester in Lancashire. Article in ''The Manchester Genealogist v. 12 #3 July 1976 pgs 66-68<ref name="v. 12 #3" />''<br>
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The Matthew Brown reunion [no author] a description of a family reunion of descendants of Matthew Brown and his two wives Sarah Wild and Sarah Swift. Matthew was born to William Brown and Hannah Hall on 21 April 1782. William and Hannah were married 27 September 1768 at the Manchester Collegiate Church. Article covers the years 1768-1904 in the parishes of Oldham, and Manchester in Lancashire. Article in ''The Manchester Genealogist v. 12 #3 July 1976 pgs 66-68<ref name="v. 12 #3" />''<br>
 
 
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Revision as of 01:59, 8 November 2012

The Manchester Genealogist is the quarterly journal of The Manchester & Lancashire Family History Society. The journal started in 1971 and continues today.

Article Extracts

The following are article extracts from The Manchester Genealogist. The full articles are found in the journal which are at the Family History Library. In the footnote is a link to the Family Search catalog.

Winter 1971-1972

Extracts from the registers of the Collegiate Church extracted by R. B. Trunkfield selected entries of burials and baptisms. Article covers the years 1581-1832 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire. Article in The Manchester Genealogist, Winter 1971-1972, pg 3[1]

The Protestation in Manchester 1641-1642 A list of inhabitants of Manchester - names only. Article covers the years 1641-1642 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire. Article in The Manchster Genealogist, Winter 1971-1972, pgs 4-5[1]

Marriages Denton 1715-1718 extracted by R. B. Trunkfield list of marriages extracted from Denton registers. Gives bride and groom's names, parishes from and date of marriage. Article covers the years 1715-1718 in the parish of Denton, Lancashire. Article in The Manchester Genealogist, Winter 1971-1972 pg 15-16[1]

Autumn 1974

Flixton Marriages (1754/1812) [no author] list of marriages giving date of marraige, groom's and bride's name, if by licsence and names of witnesses.  Article covers the years 1754-1812 in the parish of Flixton, Lancashire. Article in The Manchester Genealogist, Autumn 1974 pgs 3-6[2]

Memorials of Ashworth Chapel [no author] registers and bishop's transcripts are missing from St. James, Ashworth prior to 1813. Much information is given on tombstones. This is a listing of fifty of the earliest memorials, entries give name, residence, date of death, age, relationship. Article covers the years 1741-1916 in the parish of Ashworth, Lancashire. Article in The Manchester Genealogist, Autumn 1974 pgs 7-12[2]

Black Sheep of Lancashire contributed by Michael Walcott a listing of prisoners in the Borough Gaol and about the convict nulk in the harbori on census night 1851. Gives name, marital condition, occupation, place of birth, age. Article covers the year 1851 in the parish of Portsmouth, Hampshire. Article in The Manchester Genealogist, Autumn 1974 pgs 17-18[2]

The early history of Belle Vue, Manchester [no author] a brief history of Belle Vue gardens with a list of those staying the night of the 1851 census, giving name, age, relationship to head, and where borg. Article covers the years 1790-1936 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire. Articles in The Manchester Genealogist, Autumn 1974 pgs 19-21[2]

Summer 1974

Flixton marriages (1754-1812) [no author] list of marriages giving date, groom's name, bride's name and witnesses Article covers the years 1778-1808 in the parish of Flixton, Lancashire. Articles in The Manchester Genealogist, Summer 1974 pgs 3-4[3]

Families of Hidden's and Idden's in Lancashire [no author] a discussion of the surnames Hidden and Idden, from the 1851 census is extracted the family of Thomas Haddan and Sarah in Toxteth Park, the family is followed for seven generations. Article covers the years 1837-1967 in the parishes of Toxteth Park, Wigan, and Everton in Lancashire. Articles in The Manchester Genealogist, Summer pgs 5-11[3]

Chapel-en-le-Frith, Derbyshire: Register from 3rd December 1629 to 14th June: 1837 marriages (extracts only) contribute by M. Pendletor a list giving names of groom and bride, their residences and date of marriage. Article covers the years 1627-1763 in the parish of Chapel-en-la-frith, Derbyshire. Articles in The Manchster Genealogist, Summer pgs 12-13[3]

The Lucas dossier [and] The Lucas Family bible [no author] handwritten entries in a family bible and entries from a headstones. Surnames are: Hanna, Wilson, Danhill, Piercy, Eaton, Hawkins, and Hawkes. Article covers the years 1587-1954 in the parishes of Belfast in Antrim, Enniscorthy in Wexford, Ireland, Canada, and Whitechapel, Lancashire, England. Articles in the The Manchester Genealogist, Summer pgs 14-15[3]

Monumental inscriptions of the Isle of Man a list of monumental inscriptions giving names, place of origin, date of death, sometimes relationship and age. Article covers the years 1800-1879 in Douglas in the Isle of Man. Articles in The Manchester Genealogist, Summer pgs 16-18[3]

Flixton marriages [no author] a list of marriages giving dates, groom and brides names of witnesses.  Article covers the years 1754-1812 in the parish of Flixton, Lancashire. Articles in The Manchester Genealogist, Summer pg 29[3]

Volume 11 (1975)

The Baptismal Registers of St. Nicholas, Liverpool, extracts. [no author] This is a list of baptisms giving date of birth, name of father, occupation of father, date of marriage and name of mother, and her place of origin. Article covers the years 1793-1794 in the parish of Flixton, Lancashire. Articles in The Manchester Genealogist, Spring pgs 2-3[4]

Regimental marriages @ Manchester Collegiate Church [no author] a list of marriages between soldiers and local girls. List gives date of marriage, groom's name, rank, unit, and bride's name.  Article covers the years 1805-1817 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire. Articles in The Manchester Genealogist, Spring pgs 6-7[4]

Families of Hidden and Idden in Lancashire. Part 2 [no author] Extracted names of Hidden and Idden taken from Eccles parish registers. Variant names are: Headon, Morton, Edden, Eden, Edin, Iddin, Eddin, and Idon.  Article covers the years 1778-1825 in the parish of Eccles, Lancashire. Articles in The Manchester Genealogist, Spring pgs 8-11[4]

Examinations of the poor of Bury [no author] List of the poor who appeared before the overseers of the poor. Gives the date, name, occupation, place born, wife's name and children's. Article covers the years 1790-1848 in the parish Bury, Lancashire. Articles in The Manchester Genealogist, Spring pgs 13-15[4]

Of shoes, ships, and sailormen by Keith L. Watson a narrative description of the author's search for the Hewetson family. John Hewetson married Sarah Elizabeth Caesar 25 December 1854 at Bethnal Green, St. John's. They had four children. Article covers the years 1807-1880 in the parishes of London and Bethnal Green in Middlesex. Articles in the The Manchester Genealogist, Spring pgs 16-20[4]

The baptismal registers of St. Nicholas, Liverpool, 1793-1800 [no author] baptisms relating to the Welsh parties involved. Place of marriage of parents is given as well as dates of birth of child, name, father's occupation, position of child in family, and mother's name. Article covers the years 1793-1797 in the parish of Liverpool, Lancashire. Articles in the The Manchester Genealogist, Spring pgs 3-4[4]

Kershaw family records [no author] copies of entries in an old prayer book owned by the Kershaw family which relate to Edmund and Esther Kershaw of Cheadle parish 1771-1838. Article covers the years 1771-1738 in the parishes of Cheadle, Cheshire, and Stockport, Lancashire. Articles in The Manchester Genealogist, Spring pg 11[4]

The 1801 census of Edgworth [no author] a list of names of inhabitants of Edgworth printed in the Bolton Chronicle November 24, 1906 entitled "Edgworth a Century Ago," Edgworth is a township in Bolton Parish. Article covers the year 1801 in the parish of Bolton, Lancashire. Articles in The Manchester Genealogist, Spring pgs 12-13[4]

Regimental marriages @ Manchester Collegiate Church [no author] list of marriages giving date of marraige, groom's name, rank, unit, and brides' name and whether by license. Article cover the years 1805-1813 in the parish  Manchester, Lancashire. Articles in The Manchester Genealogist, Spring pg 15[4]

Examinations of the poor of Bury examination of the poor giving date, name(s) description of head of house, his history, including family, ages of children. Article covers the years 1790-1815 in the parish of Bury, Lancashire. Articles in The Manchester Genealogist, Spring pgs 16-17[4]

Radcliffe Marriages [no author] gives date, groom's name, place, occupation and bride's name. Article covers the years 1557-1761 in the parish of Radcliffe, Lancashire. Articles in The Manchester Genealogist, v. 11 #3 pgs 3-8[5]

The tale of the Sword and the Medal by Peter Zimmerman George Stemp was born at Petsworth, Sussex, about 1796. He enlisted in the Royal Regiment of the wagon train at Bow in 1813. He served in Holland an France, Isle of Wight and was in the Battle of Waterloo. He married and had one child born about 1827. Article covers the years 1796-1908 in the parishes of Petworth in Sussex, England, as well as Lancashire, England, and Waterloo, France. Article in The Manchester Genealogist, v. 11 #3 pgs 18-20[5]

The St. Paul's Independent Chapel registers, Wigan [no author] extracted records of immigrant families from Ireland and parts of England outside of the Lancashire. Gives parent's names, where from, child's name and date of birth. Article covers the years 1778-1830 in the parish of Wigan, Lancashire. Article in The Manchester Genealogist, v. 11 #3 pgs 21-23[5]

Volume 12 (1976)

Radcliffe marriages [continued] [no author] continued listing giving date of marraige, groom's name, occupation and brides name. Lists Grundy to Ogden. Article covers the years 1557-1796 in the parish of Radcliff, Lancashire. Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 12 #1 pgs 3-8[6]

The Charles Family Chronology [no author] James Charle, 1762- married Alice Spencer 23 Fe 1784 at Bury, further family events are listed with date and source of information. Article covers the years 1762-1920 in the parishes of Bury, and Oldham, Lancashire. Article in The Manchester Genealogist, v. 12 #1 pgs 9-13[6]

Redferns of Stockport [no author] a list taken from an old pocketbook of the family of Joseph and Janet Redfern. He was born 6 February 1795 and died 23 November 1880, she died 10 February 1873. Gives names and dates and sometimes places. Article covers the years 1795-1877 in the parish of Stockport, Lancashire. Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 12 #1 pgs 14-15[6]

Scottish immigration into Lancashire pt 1 [no author] a list from St. Paul's Independent Chapel, Wigan of Scottish immigrants into the parish. Each entry gives name, place of origin and date of event. There are probably some Irish immigrants too. Article covers the years 1715-1837 in the parish of Wigan, Lancashire. Article in The Manchester Genealogist, v. 12 #1 pgs 19-22[6]

Radcliffe marriages [no author] continuation of list of marriages giving date marriage, groom's name, occupation and bride's name. Lists Ogden to Wolfenden. Article covers the years 1557-1761 in parish of Radcliffe, Lancashire. Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 12 #2 pgs 35-38[7]

The Doodson saga! by Mrs. L. N. Polland James Doodson married Margaret Nuttall. He died 4 February 1811 and she died 12 December 1836. Bible entries give children's births deaths and marriages.  Article covers the years 1456-1853 in the parish of Radcliffe, Lancashire. Article in The Manchester Genealogy, v. 12 #2[7]

Bigamy in Lancashire [Stella Colwell] from cases heard at Liverpool as sizes. This list gives name, age, session and sentence. List abbot to Horridge. Article covers the years 1841-1851 in the parish of Liverpool, Lancashire. Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 12 #2 pgs 52-53[7]

Scottish immigration into Lancashire [continued] [no author] extracts from the 1851 &1871 censuses of immigrants. Gives name, age, occupation, and place of birth. Article covers the years 1851-1871 in the parish of Manchester, Lancashire. Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 12 #2 pgs 54-55[7]

Radcliffe marriages [continued] [no author] includes a section of marriages 1801-1837 giving marriage date, groom's name, occupation, and bride's name. Article covers the years 1557-1837 in the parish of Radcliffe, Lancashire. Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 12 #3 July 1976 pgs 62-65[8]

The Matthew Brown reunion [no author] a description of a family reunion of descendants of Matthew Brown and his two wives Sarah Wild and Sarah Swift. Matthew was born to William Brown and Hannah Hall on 21 April 1782. William and Hannah were married 27 September 1768 at the Manchester Collegiate Church. Article covers the years 1768-1904 in the parishes of Oldham, and Manchester in Lancashire. Article in The Manchester Genealogist v. 12 #3 July 1976 pgs 66-68[8]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 The Manchester Genealogist. Winter 1971-1972 FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 The Manchester Genealogist. Autumn 1974 FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 The Manchester Genealogist. Summer 1974 FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 4.8 4.9 The Manchester Genealogist. Spring 1975 FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 11 #3FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 12 #1FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 12 #2 April 1976FHL book 942.72 B2mg
  8. 8.0 8.1 The Manchester Genealogist. v. 12 #3 July 1976FHL book 942.72 B2mg