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#761182 - 25th Jan 2013 5:00pm famly tree
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I am trying to trace my mum's family tree and have come to a dead end, i am particually interested in finding out what happened to my great grandfather Joseph Hill b abt 1871 in Birkenhead(married Annie Harrison in Liverpool 1891) also my mum's paternal side Patrick Cavanagh b 1903 Birkenhead His Parents were Thomas and Mary Cavanagh nee Ryan Thank you

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#761400 - 26th Jan 2013 7:53am Re: famly tree [Re: karenas]
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Hi Karen,
Sorry if I duplicate what you already know.

Joseph Hill, birth registration, Sept Qtr, 1872, Birkenhead, 8a 449.
Joseph Hill, Annie Harrison, marriage registration, June Qtr, 1891, Liverpool 8b 194.

You will need Joseph's birth certificate to confirm parentage, but I think the following is correct.

1881 census
10 Wood St, Bhead,

Joseph Hill, 41, head
Annie, 39, wife
Anne, 11, dau
JOSEPH, 8, son
Maria, 6, dau
Jane E, 3 dau
Rg11, Piece3576, Folio65, Page38.

1901, Taylors Buildings Bhead.

JOSEPH Hill, 30 head
Annie Hill, 28, wife.
Emily, 9 dau
Annie, 5 dau
Joseph 3 son
May, 10 months, dau

1911, 6 Chapel Place, Bhead

Annie Hill, 38, wife, married,
Emily, 20 dau
Annie, 16, dau
Joseph, 13, son
May, 10 dau
Frances, 8 dau
Rg14 Piece21982

The 1911 census shows Annie married but without Joseph at home, I'm sure I have found him and PM'd you the details.
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#762093 - 28th Jan 2013 4:10pm Re: famly tree [Re: bert1]
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Are you loooking for help forwards or backwards?

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#762100 - 28th Jan 2013 4:20pm Re: famly tree [Re: bert1]
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Originally Posted By: bert1
Joseph Hill, Annie Harrison, marriage registration, June Qtr, 1891, Liverpool 8b 194.


Married at Liverpool, Our Lady & St. Nicholas with St. Anne.

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#766178 - 8th Feb 2013 11:35pm Re: famly tree [Re: OxtonHill]
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hi looking for both actually, Unfortunately most of my mothers family have past away and no one seems to have stayed in touch with anyone i would love to be able to find and get in touch with cousins who i only vaguely remember and some whom i have never met karen x

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#766182 - 8th Feb 2013 11:45pm Re: famly tree [Re: OxtonHill]
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thank you all help gratefully appreciated x

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#766669 - 10th Feb 2013 2:46pm Re: famly tree [Re: karenas]
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[quote=karenas]I am trying to trace my mum's family tree and have come to a dead end, i am particually interested in finding out what happened to my great grandfather Joseph Hill b abt 1871 in Birkenhead(married Annie Harrison in Liverpool 1891) also my mum's paternal side Patrick Cavanagh b 1903 Birkenhead His Parents were Thomas and Mary Cavanagh nee Ryan Thank you [/quote ]I would also like to trace any of the Cavanagh's who may be related to my mum My mum's parents were Patrick and Janet (known as Fanny her mid name being Frances)Cavanagh. My mum was one of 7 children and grew up in Goodwin Ave Birkenhead Thank you for reading any help greatly appreciated

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#767875 - 13th Feb 2013 2:52pm Re: famly tree [Re: karenas]
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Joseph Hill was in Walton Jail in 1911. Difficult to follow after that:
A possible Death for him in Birkenhead in 1948.

There is a probable Birth Registration for him in the Sept. Qtr of 1872 in Birkenhead.

Joseph Hill is on the 1881 census at 10, Wood St, Birkenhead, with his parents Joseph & Anne Hill, both say they were born in Northwich. Their first couple of children would seem to have been born in Manchester.

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#767891 - 13th Feb 2013 3:14pm Re: famly tree [Re: OxtonHill]
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He's not in prison in 1911.Enumerators book shows elsewhere.
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#767897 - 13th Feb 2013 3:21pm Re: famly tree [Re: karenas]
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Patrick Cavanagh born abt 1903 to Thomas Cavanagh & Mary Ryan who married in the Liverpool registry office in 1881

Thomas was the son of John Cavanagh & Catherine Lavel who married in the Birkenhead Registry office in 1857. Both appear to come from Ireland.

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#768251 - 14th Feb 2013 12:27pm Re: famly tree [Re: bert1]
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Originally Posted By: bert1
He's not in prison in 1911.Enumerators book shows elsewhere.


Not sure what you mean, can you explain?

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#768386 - 14th Feb 2013 6:44pm Re: famly tree [Re: OxtonHill]
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Originally Posted By: OxtonHill
Originally Posted By: bert1
He's not in prison in 1911.Enumerators book shows elsewhere.


Not sure what you mean, can you explain?


PM'd Oxton
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#768539 - 15th Feb 2013 10:50am Re: famly tree [Re: OxtonHill]
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Originally Posted By: OxtonHill
Joseph Hill was in Walton Jail in 1911. Difficult to follow after that:




Correct Oxton


Edited by bert1 (15th Feb 2013 10:51am)
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#773132 - 1st Mar 2013 12:20am Re: famly tree [Re: OxtonHill]
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thank you for your help sorry ive not replied sooner been laid up with flu bug The information on Patrick is very helpful. Thank you again x


Edited by karenas (1st Mar 2013 12:22am)

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