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#672208 - 2nd Mar 2012 8:09pm looking for my roots
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Hi Wirralians, I'm a Canadian in search of my roots so I'll be hanging out in the History section. Love to hear from anyone named Elmslie, Stirling, Broster, Woodward or Mort with an interest in genealogy.

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#672251 - 2nd Mar 2012 10:15pm Re: looking for my roots [Re: areyoumycuz]
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Do you have known family links to this part of the world?

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#672457 - 3rd Mar 2012 1:46pm Re: looking for my roots [Re: areyoumycuz]
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#672475 - 3rd Mar 2012 3:51pm Re: looking for my roots [Re: granny]
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Think there are quite a few Brosters living in Moreton?

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#672553 - 3rd Mar 2012 7:59pm Re: looking for my roots [Re: Snodvan]
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Originally Posted By: Snodvan
Do you have known family links to this part of the world?

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Hi Snod, My Grandfather moved to Canada as a young boy in the early 1900's. He was born in Tranmere in 1907. His parents were James Elmslie and Beatrice Broster. His uncles were Alexander Elmslie and William Elmslie and his aunts were Maggie and Sara. All were born in Birkenhead between 1871 and 1883. I know that Maggie moved to Scotland and I am in touch with a cousin there. On the Broster side he had 4 uncles, George, Peter, Thomas and Edward; and an aunt, Mary. All were born in Bromborough between 1858 and 1880. I have no contact with anyone on that side. Wouldn't it be cool if someone scrolled by my post and recognized this family!

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#672559 - 3rd Mar 2012 8:04pm Re: looking for my roots [Re: Helles]
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Think there are quite a few Brosters living in Moreton?


Hi Helles. Do you know any of them? I'd love to be put in touch.

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#672560 - 3rd Mar 2012 8:06pm Re: looking for my roots [Re: areyoumycuz]
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#672569 - 3rd Mar 2012 8:31pm Re: looking for my roots [Re: areyoumycuz]
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Beatrice Broster (and quite a few other local Brosters) are mentioned on this link:

http://www.uk.mundia.com/gb/Search/Results?surname=BROSTER&birthPlace=United%20Kingdom

The Broster name goes back quite a long way in the Bromborough area. As early as 17th Century.

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#672576 - 3rd Mar 2012 8:51pm Re: looking for my roots [Re: Geekus]
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You might also find the following of interest, as there appear to be a few others researching the Brosters of Wirral:

http://131740.activeboard.com/t44082400/the-farming-brosters/?page=1&sort=newestFirst

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#672672 - 4th Mar 2012 1:00am Re: looking for my roots [Re: areyoumycuz]
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#673153 - 5th Mar 2012 5:35pm Re: looking for my roots [Re: Geekus]
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Geekus: Thanks so much for your suggestions. The trees at Mundia turned out to be the ones my cousin and I created at Ancestry a few years ago. Now I am busy copying the info, one person at a time, to a new tree on Mundia. In doing so, I have found a few lateral connections but nothing new that goes back farther than I have gone already. I read the link about 'farming Brosters' but I am not hopeful. all the brosters I have recorded have been millers, merchants and labourers. Cheers. J

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#673544 - 6th Mar 2012 10:54pm Re: looking for my roots [Re: areyoumycuz]
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Originally Posted By: areyoumycuz
I read the link about 'farming Brosters' but I am not hopeful. all the brosters I have recorded have been millers, merchants and labourers. Cheers. J


Might be worth you leaving a message for 'Little Nest' on the Old Wirral web-site or try emailing if contact details are available. The person probably found details of many other Brosters whilst researching those in the farming community.

You could also try contacting the Family History Society of Cheshire:

http://www.fhsc.org.uk/


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